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Fashion and entertainment collided last week with GucciFest, the Italian house’s latest venture. At the beginning of quarantine, Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele penned several letter titled Notes from the Silence, which details his decision opt out of the “worn-out ritual of seasonalities and shows to regain a new cadence, closer to my expressive call.”
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Before Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was sworn into Congress as the youngest woman to ever serve in the legislative body, she was already expounding the values of thrift shopping. “There’s so much pressure to present ourselves in the world a certain way, and, sometimes, that means looking a lot more expensive than what you can afford in
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In 2020, supporting fashion with a purpose has never felt better. That’s the idea behind Balmain’s (Balmain)RED B-Court sneakers—a limited-edition launch that benefits The Global Fund‘s fight against HIV/AIDS and COVID-19. Designed by creative director Olivier Rousteing, the unisex accessory continues a long-standing partnership with the Global Fund and (RED) to provide funding and resources
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There’s no season quite like fall. The weather turns crisp and, at long last, autumn’s cold-weather staples are once again on the (sartorial) menu. Among the more important closet essentials is a well-stocked repertoire of footwear. Boots, sneakers, and similarly stylish shoes are all worthy of your closet’s real estate right now— and for three
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Dress, Charlotte Knowles, $850. Skirt, Free People, $98. Scarf, Zero + Maria Cornejo, $495. Handbag, Coach, $495. Boots, Brother Vellies, $895. Nick Riley Bentham Coat, Piazza Sempione, $2.095. Blouse, Tory Burch, $348. Skirt, Gabriela Hearst, $3,690. Earrings, Ariana Boussard-Reifel, $155. Nick Riley Bentham Beauty Tip: Full brows make for an intense gaze. Try Lancome Paris
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Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana Given everything 2020 has thrown at us, we could use some instant gratification. Dolce & Gabbana is launching DG Digital Show today, a series of virtual fashion shows hosted on its website and social channels, aiming to give customers immediate access to the brand. The shows will present men’s and
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Has there ever been a better time to indulge in a little retail therapy? After several months of uncertainty, anxiety, and many, many hours doom scrolling—we deserve this. Consider this year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals as penance for the year at large. From marked down handbags to cult-favorite beauty sets, adding to cart
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Nestled amid 2,000 acres of Scottish countryside sits Dumfries House, an 18th century estate complete with a walled garden straight out of an Austen heroine’s dreams. It’s been home to generations of earls, but lately it’s hosted a very different set of tenants: students from Italy’s architecture, design, and engineering school Politecnico di Milano. Dumfries
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It’s common knowledge that consumer behavior and industrialization have a major impact on the environment; as consumers, we’re responsible for both the current and future condition of our planet. We may think that our small, individual actions won’t have an immediate or major impact on the environment, but we all need to start somewhere. First
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Courtesy of the subjects.Getty Images Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. I voted as I did so many things this year—in sweatpants. The convenience of the absentee ballot may take a little of the glamour out of the voting process, but it hasn’t divorced the process from
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