Fashion

Dominique CharriauGetty Images Lights, camera, Chanel. The Hollywood Hills came to Paris’ this morning as Chanel set its name in lights for the house’s spring-summer runway show. Per Virginie Viard: “This collection is a tribute to the muses of the House Gabrielle Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld dressed so many actresses in films and in real
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Twenty million in 2020 is Michael Kors’s landmark achievement. That’s the number of donated meals Watch Hunger Stop—his brand’s long-running philanthropic initiative in partnership with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)—reached this year, ahead of World Food Day on October 16. Now in its eighth year, Watch Hunger Stop is focused on helping WFP
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Shaquilla “Shaq” Blake at Pine Hill Farm in Taunton, Massachusetts. Celeste Sloman At 10 a.m., it’s already as hot as midday. Shaquilla “Shaq” Blake, a rising Black equestrian, finishes feeding the horses at a stable in Massachusetts as part of her student work in exchange for riding lessons. Wearing black breeches and a T-shirt that
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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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When Kerby Jean-Raymond joined forces with Reebok in 2017, the Pyer Moss designer had one job: to create a sneaker and a few clothing items to support the shoe’s debut. That inaugural collection blossomed into an ongoing partnership between the two brands that spawned several collections and sneakers. After making an indelible mark on the
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This year has offered a rare opportunity for many artists to slow down, reflect on what they value most, and delve deeper into their creative process. “Coming up for air,” (followed by a turtle emoji) is how rising star, Oyinda, describes the current state of her creativity in an Instagram bio. But for the London-bred,
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Maria Grazia Chiuri wants us to heal. The creative director reflected on moving through a world battling with COVID-19, and explored how fashion fits into our new reality. “We are traversing a period of crisis that is radically transforming behaviors, habits and rituals,” the brand stated in its press release. “Our spirits have changed, as
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Pascal Le SegretainGetty Images Dior will premiere its spring-summer 2021 runway show live from Paris on Tuesday, September 29 at 2:30 PM CET (8:30AM EST). Every designer is getting creative with their seasonal outputs in the time of COVID, from quarantine-inspired fashion to audience-free unveilings. For the very first time, Dior will stream its ready-to-wear
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Jeremy Scott, Moschino’s creative director, has taken fashion innovation to a whole new level in 2020. In a year where gathering models for a runway show is a health hazard, Scott decided to debut his Spring 2020/2021 collection on puppet-models created by Jim Henson’s Creature Shop. Here are a few examples: Moschino Moschino Moschino Moschino
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Just because fashion month went digital this season doesn’t mean there aren’t trends to follow. Fresh from the showrooms and runways of designers like Christopher Kane, Sandy Liang, and more, we witnessed how quarantine is directly affecting spring’s sartorial landscape—because who knows how long lockdown will last, anyway. Designers spoke to the moment by addressing
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Matthew SperzelGetty Images Despite announcing its departure from a traditional fashion show calendar, Gucci is still making headlines in the middle of fashion month. With a short video clip posted to Instagram and TikTok, the Italian house has announced that a collaboration with The North Face is underway. The teaser features both brands’ logos on
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Bustier bodysuit, belt, leggings, earrings, bracelet, handbags, slingbacks, all Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello. Matthew Kristall Jordan Daniels is on the ferry when we speak, the tooting of tugboats and sound of rushing water punctuating our conversation. Doing an interview while in transit seems appropriate for the model, who has spent her life moving between
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Due to COVID-19, London Fashion Week is almost unrecognizable this year. Still, designers are proving that the show doesn’t stop and some have even surpassed all expectations. Molly Goddard, known for her cheeky take on taffeta princess gowns beloved by Rihanna, Zendaya, and Killing Eve fans alike, delivered a spring-summer collection worthy of a couch-sitting
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The fashion industry has changed significantly since model-turned-advocate Bethann Hardison got her start in a Garment District button factory. As part of ELLE’s look at the future of fashion, she shares her views on the industry’s current struggles and how she personally has effected change over the decades. When did you decide to leave modeling
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Amanda Demme/Courtesy of the Subject Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. When Imitation of Christ began showing in 2000, the press immediately latched on to the sexiest talking points. There was the memorable name, with its hint of sacrilege. The site-specific shows that verged on performance art:
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