Month: November 2019

Last week Marie Kondo, the woman who taught us all to throw things away that don’t spark joy, announced that she was starting a Goop-like lifestyle site that would sell—wait for it—things for our homes. (One of the storage containers on her site is $45; a tea container is $200.) But Kondo’s timing is actually
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Alex John Beck The holidays are fast approaching, and while you shop for all of your friends and family, why not treat yourself to a little something special? We’ve gathered up six winter style essentials, from the shoe that will define an outfit to the it-bag you’ll be wearing all season long. Gift yourself these
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It started with a bouquet of flowers. They were delivered to my desk on a dreary Wednesday afternoon. They were excessive, over-the-top, bright red roses and waxy lilies shedding petals all over my keyboard. I had to dig through thorny stems to locate the card, which was scrawled with a saccharine message. You’d be forgiven
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I’m one of those people who keeps a tree up for months after it’s socially acceptable, so I’m excited to be able to say that the holidays are officially upon us. That means sugar cookie-scented candles, cozy PJs, and stunting on everyone from high school at your hometown holiday party (the true meaning of Christmas).
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Courtesy Wool Trousers Frankie Shop thefrankieshop.com $189.00 When you think of style icons, Bernie Sanders is probably low on your list. I’m not referencing campaign trail Bernie, with his hypebeast parka and sleek navy suit. I’m all about Bernie off-duty: the one who visits Ariana Grande concerts or walks around in stained button downs. His
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Donaldson CollectionGetty Images Iconic jewelry label Tiffany and Co. has officially joined the LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton family after a bidding war that culminated in the luxury goods group acquiring the jeweler for a whopping $16.2 billion. According to WWD, LVMH latest move marks the group’s biggest purchase to date. LVMH’s acquisition of the
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In 2019, navigating the choppy waters of your love life was easier said than done. There’s the endless tide of dating apps. The fear of getting ghosted (and sneaking temptation to return the favor) persists. Even giving yourself some one-on-one intimacy has become marred by surveillance and, in some cases, animal interference. Luckily, ELLE columnist
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Lug sole boots are cropping up as one of the biggest trends of the season (trust us, we asked the experts), but instead of reaching for classic Doc Martens or actual workwear brands, we’re more inclined to buy designer duds. Those cult-worthy Bottega Veneta boots are still sold out everywhere, but we found some equally
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She’s collaborated with Usher and Tyler the Creator, but when it comes to her personal style icons, Malaysian singer/songwriter Yuna is strictly with the girls. A little Gwen Stefani and a lot Audrey Hepburn, the pop star (who boasts more than 750,000 followers on Instagram alone) looks to these women, plus the ‘90s and ‘00s
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Courtesy The Knee-High Boot Everlane everlane.com $250.00 This week alone, we clocked everyone from Amal Clooney to Rosie Huntington-Whitely wearing the hottest trend of the season: knee-high boots. They have been on our wish list ever since Erica Russo, Bloomingdale’s fashion director, told us they’re they were the it-shoe of the year, but we’ve been
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There are a million reasons to buy yourself jewelry: a promotion at work, a major creative accomplishment, a big dream realized, the beginning—or end—of a relationship, or simply just because. The latter, though seemingly less quantifiable on the surface, is one of the best reasons to invest in a new piece. It’s a tangible reminder
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Most runway shows take place during designated fashion weeks—within the walls of hotspots in major cities worldwide. Recently, though, SOREL broke the mold—the footwear brand totally ditched fashion show norms for its New York show in early October. Professional models, for one, were not involved. Instead, SOREL chose to cast a lineup of real, everyday
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Introducing our first ever awards dedicated to the most exciting innovations in skin, hair, makeup products, and body treatments—plus the game changing beauty founders and experts to know now. . Upgraded basics from your cleanser to your cream. L’oreal Paris Revitalift Pure Glycolic Acid Serum $23.94 Encapsulating a maximum dose of exfoliating glycolic acid with
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Every holiday season generally brings the same circuit of events: heading home to visit family and catch-up with childhood friends, lots of shopping for gifts, and of course, all kinds of parties. That can be stressful, but having the right outfit can make you look forward to each outing. Dressing up is, after all, the
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Pokémon Sword (or Shield) Nintendo amazon.com $58.99 Pokémon’s new big game for the Nintendo Switch features an open-world environment (modeled off of England), an improved battle system for those who have been playing the games, and Dynamax battles where you and your friends can fight with giant versions of your Pokémon. Be prepared to lose many hours
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Louis Christopher It can be so easy to fall into a wardrobe rut as temperatures drop. But resist the urge to rely on safe staples and muted colors, and instead, swap out some of that black and gray for hues that are much brighter and a lot more playful. Max Mara’s Teddy Bear coat—reimagined this
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With the holiday party circuit ready to cram your calendars, it’s time to start dressing the festive part. Influencer Blair Eadie, aka Instagram’s Atlantic-Pacific who boasts 1.5 million followers, is here to satisfy your soirée needs. For her second collaboration with Nordstrom in-house brand Halogen—the first was this October—we’re getting dozens of pieces perfect for
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Kylie Jenner—‘Rise and Shine’ mastermind and Forbes‘ self-made billionaire—just got a whole lot richer. The beauty mogul has sold a majority stake of her brand Kylie Cosmetics to conglomerate Coty—home to beauty powerhouses like Covergirl, OPI, Rimmel, GHD and Clairol—for a reported $600 million. According to Business of Fashion, the blockbuster sale valued the company
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