Stephane Cardinale – CorbisGetty Images Chanel debuts its spring-summer 2021 runway show live from the Grand Palais in Paris on Tuesday, October 6 at 10:30 AM CET (4:30AM EST). Catch the fashion house’s ready-to-wear show from home, below: This content is imported from YouTube. You may be able to find the same content in another
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If you, too, could use some space from the beloved joggers you’ve been living in the past six months, you’re in luck. Madewell has steep discounts on several bestselling jeans now through October 11, with some pairs retailing as low as $75. All you have to do is use promo code “STOCKUP” to enjoy the
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Kate Moss loves jewelry a lot. Like, a lot a lot. Messika by Kate Moss, the British supermodel’s new collaboration with the French jeweler, unveiled today at Paris Fashion Week, features 70 pieces of high jewelry divided into 11 sets. Encompassing everything from Art Deco baguette-cut diamond bracelets and rings to vibrantly colored diamond-and-malachite necklaces
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Versace Versace Sartorial contradictions have always been embedded in Versace’s DNA, a brand built on clashing traditional Italian style with audacious modernity—think merging vibrant prints with elegant silhouettes, or combining sleek fabrics like silk and lace with hard embellishments such as metal and beads. “Creativity comes from a conflict of ideas,” Donatella Versace once said.
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Becoming a supermodel requires great genes. That’s as true for Precious Lee as it was for all the runway stars that came before her. But her mom and dad didn’t just pass down great cheekbones, they gave her attitude—the sort of swagger that separates a pretty face from a superstar. Take her mom: a woman
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With a career spanning over two decades, June Ambrose has long been the go-to stylist celebrities call. Missy Elliott’s black “Michelin Man” suit? June Ambrose. Jay-Z’s fashion evolution from hip-hop superstar to mogul? June Ambrose. Now the fashion veteran is taking her talents to Puma as its new creative director. It was announced today, October
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O Magazine For many people, October marks the full-fledged start of fall—pumpkins galore, Halloween decorations, and lots of comfy sweaters. This month is additionally important, though, because it’s also Breast Cancer Awareness month, and a time to honor those who have been affected by breast cancer. October is a critical month to encourage communities and
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Courtesy Balmain This season feels drastically different due to COVID-19. While some designers opted for virtual presentations, others presented intimate shows, where attendees sat socially distanced with masks on. As fashion month lands in Paris, the looks keep rolling in. At Dior there was a fixation on the feminine while Kenzo nodded to climate change
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Earlier this week, we witnessed the first presidential debate between President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden, which sent one very clear and obvious message: we really need to vote. It’s a message that has reverberated through TV commercials, social media posts, newspapers, magazines, and, thanks to organizations like When We All Vote, clothing
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Edward BerthelotGetty Images Do you ever ask yourself, “Why the hell didn’t I scoop up that vintage Fendi Baguette on eBay years ago?” Anticipating the renaissance of a brand’s once iconic it-bag is at best intuitive, and at worst a bad investment. According to ThredUp’s 2020 consumer report, the resale market is estimated to be
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I wasn’t pregnant, overweight or too thin. I wasn’t exercising too much or eating too little. From all appearances, I was a normal, healthy woman, but by the time I was in my mid-20s, I hadn’t menstruated in four years. My periods had never been “regular,” but I was accustomed to getting one at least
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