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    Maria Grazia Chiuri Puts Feminist Agenda Front and Center at Dior’s Fall 2020 Show

    Stephane Cardinale – CorbisGetty Images Feminist statements have become the cornerstone of Maria Grazia Chiuri’s collections. A hallmark of her debut collection as Dior’s first female artistic director in 2016 was a plain white T-shirt with the words, “We Should All Be Feminists” written across the chest (later worn by celebrities Rihanna and Natalie Portman—it […] More

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    Lana Condor is Exactly Who You Think She Is (And That’s Not Lara Jean)

    Lana Condor is not Lara Jean Covey. She might share the same face, voice, and (platonic) love for Noah Centineo, but she stays true to herself. With the bubbly energy of the child star she isn’t, her contagious positivity is instantly reassuring—and she’s generous to a fault. She really wants to talk about her love […] More

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    Dispatches from London Fashion Week Fall 2020

    Katie Collins – PA ImagesGetty Images This London Fashion Week, a hail storm hit so hard, they actually gave it a name: Dennis, like the menace or the basketball player who hangs in North Korea. There were deep puddles outside Buckingham Palace, and deep crowds in front of tiny doors to fashion shows. We wore […] More

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    Stylist Shiona Turini Collaborates With Barbie to Celebrate Black Beauty

    Shiona Turini’s history with Barbie dolls is similar to that of many black women. Store shelves would be brimming with Barbie dolls in a range of different hair color shades—blonde, brunette, red, black, etc.—but when it came to complexion shades, options were few and far between. Then, in 1980, Turini’s sigh of relief came in […] More

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    The 9 Trends Dominating 2020 (And the 2 We’re Leaving Behind in 2019)

    While fashion month is currently buzzing through Europe predicting everything we’ll be wearing next winter, we’re way more curious to see which trends are going to stick around for the entire year. With that in mind, we reached out to three fashion authorities from Nordstrom, Net-A-Porter, and Bloomingdales for a full forecast of the year […] More

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    Equipment Launches a Gender Fluid Collection

    Pushing boundaries is an inherent part of Equipment. It was 1976 when the brand opened a salon in Paris, France, offering a selection of womenswear that didn’t have a clear delineation between what was masculine or feminine. Great fashion, regardless of gender tropes, was the objective, and over the decades, the company has built upon […] More

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    Rihanna Just Wants to Go Grocery Shopping in Peace

    Dimitrios KambourisGetty Images Valentine’s Day is upon us, and with it the eternal question: If I can’t find anyone I love as much as Rihanna, why bother? It’s an especially pressing topic this week, as the superstar launches her new Fenty collection at Bergdorf Goodman, the happy place for acolytes of Prada and people watching. […] More

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    The Biggest Fall 2020 Trends From New York Fashion Week

    John LamparskiGetty Images We’re only a few days into the fall-winter 2020 show season, but we’re already seeing the biggest trends of the year presenting themselves. So far we’ve spotted a strong ’90s aesthetic (re)born from Instagram, the influential power of #NewBottega accessories, and horse girls having their moment. Make sure to check back regularly. […] More