Fashion

Photo by CAROLINE BLUMBERG/EPA-EFE/ShutterstockThe label’s most recent collection, presented in a Parisian McDonalds, was far less well-received than previous collections. By Isabel Slone Date June 25, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter Since its inception in 2014, French fashion label Vetements has been routinely drawing ire for what appear to be an elaborate set of jokes. First they
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Photography courtesy of L’Oréal ParisThe late designer initiated the partnership with the French brand and was able to complete the collection prior to his passing in February. By Ashley Joseph Date June 25, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter Karl Lagerfeld continues to serve up his signature Parisian-inspired style, even from beyond the grave. A cosmetics collaboration with
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Photography by Nina SubinThe author of How Could She, which comes out today, itemizes her favourite things to eat, buy, binge-watch, and more. By Isabel Slone Date June 25, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter How Could She, the debut novel by contributing editor to Vogue (and FASHION contributor!) Lauren Mechling is both delightful and somewhat disturbing. It’s
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Vanni BassettiGetty Images Prada’s signature Nylon bag is going green. Today, the luxury brand announced its newest push towards sustainability called Re-Nylon, a new collection of the house’s nylon bag made entirely of recycled material. The Re-Nylon collection will feature six classic bags—including the belt bag, shoulder bag, and two backpacks—created with recycled nylon made
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Getty Images Whether you’re into the drama of an oversize shape, love the nostalgia of micro-mini frames, or can’t quit the classics (cat eyes and aviators), there will always be certain sunglasses that flatter your face shape best. Does that mean it’s the end all, be all of frame shopping? Heck no! But if you’re
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Photography Courtesy of Jane Gill PR “The truth is, no matter your gender, sex, whatever, everyone gossips.” By Ellis Mathews Date June 20, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter This is the second instalment in Life Lessons, a new series encompassing interviews with figures in the fashion industry whose success we admire and can learn from. Elaine “Lainey”
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Photo by Shawn Goldberg/ShutterstockHow to spend the upcoming Pride weekend, according to five Toronto queer creatives. By Isabel Slone Date June 21, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter This upcoming Sunday marks Toronto’s annual Pride parade, a legendary event where queer people flock from all over Canada to bask in the incredible positive energy radiating through the city.
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Bertrand Rindoff PetroffGetty Images There’s only one person powerful enough to unite fashion’s top designers, key players and models under one roof: Karl Lagerfeld. Four months after the renowned designer and photographer passed away at the age of 85, his luxury houses, Chanel, Fendi, and Karl Lagerfeld, and theater and opera director Robert Carsen, hosted
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Our love for Millennial pink shows no signs of waning. Case in point: this t-shirt created by one of the fashion industry’s favorite young artists, Marco Santini. Not only is the shade universally flattering, but 100 percent of the proceeds benefit UN Women. Known for his graffiti-esque work, Santini’s design (modeled by Alima Fofana) features
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Juliana in her apartment in Brooklyn. LULU GRAHAM Name… ​Juliana Ramirez. What do you do all day? ​I’m the brand manager at Lizzie Fortunato, a soon-to-be cowboy boot maker, and a photographer. Juliana showing off her cowboy boots. LULU GRAHAM Where do you live and where did you grow up? I live near Prospect Park
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Photo by Steve Eichner/Penske Media/Shutterstock Previously unseen photographs of Maison Margiela’s women employees are now available to view — by appointment only. By Ellis Mathews Date June 19, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter Since the brand’s inception in 1988, Maison Martin Margiela has always been shrouded in mystery. Why does the head designer refuse to make his
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