Fashion

It was 2019 when Revolve enlisted Aimee Song for an apparel collection, the first time that the American retailer had done so with an influencer. As the founder of Song of Style, the former interior designer amassed a hefty and loyal following of fans (5.5 million on her personal Instagram account) who identify with her
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Left: Courtesy of GCDS; Right: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs, @animalcrossingfashionarchive and Kara Chung On a recent weekend, the designer Sandy Liang—the downtown darling known for her “clout fleece”—held an extremely exclusive pop-up sale. Only six people were allowed in at a time, with some attendees waiting in line for two hours. Before you panic about
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The thing with models is, they’ll mess you up. It doesn’t matter if they’re backstage at Prada or behind you at a New York Pilates class—stare for one second, and the symmetry of their bodies might just stop your brain. The universe expands and contracts all at once in their faces, distilled in a perfect
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J. Crew has filed for bankruptcy, becoming the first major US retailer to do so amid the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic. In a statement released early Monday morning, May 4, the retailer—made popular by the likes of Meghan Markle and Michelle Obama—said it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is working with its lenders
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Jeremy MoellerGetty Images Despite not the whole “not going outside” thing, there seems to be a trend kicking around the Influencer sphere that’s been escalating in isolation. Scroll through Instagram and i becomes abundantly clear that, among things like banana bread and throwback vacation photos captioned “Remember places?”, New Balance sneakers are everywhere. Specifically, iterations
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Dads can be tough to shop for, so we often end up circling back to the same basic, boring Father’s Day gifts. This year, beam internally as you watch him unwrap something he genuinely won’t be expecting instead. Surprise him by creatively tailoring your gift to his interests: a pasta maker so he can make
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Amid the coronavirus pandemic and nationwide shelter-at-home orders, many will be celebrating Mother’s Day apart from their loved ones. Louis Vuitton is stepping up to bolster virtual celebrations with the launch of customizable Mother’s Day e-cards, complete with limited-edition patches. No purchase is required to send the digital cards. Mother’s Day is just around the
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Now that we’re finally getting settled into quarantine (kind of), it’s time to recreate a work environment that suits our new normal. For ELLE’s editors, that means kickstarting the day with a cup of cold brew, upgrading ourselves to the hottest tech drop, and MacGyvering a laptop battle station that doesn’t cramp our backs or
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Pascal Le SegretainGetty Images Saint Laurent has announced that it plans to forgo its ready-to-wear show at Paris Fashion Week for the upcoming spring 2021 season and will not follow the prescribed Fashion Week calendar for the rest of 2020. The French fashion brand, and subsidiary of luxury conglomerate Kering, points to the coronavirus outbreak
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Courtesy of Kelsey Randall Some of our favorite up-and-coming designers have pivoted to face masks, offering a version for every taste, often with philanthropic benefits. If you’d rather make your own, take a page from NYC designer Kelsey Randall, whose glittery Western looks have been worn by Beyoncé, Kacey Musgraves, and Lil Nas X. Randall
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In times like these, it is more important than ever to let our loved ones know they are in our thoughts. So don’t let social distancing stop you from celebrating your grandmother this Mother’s Day, which falls on May 10th. We curated a beautiful selection of gift ideas that include a grandma-approved tea kettle, an
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Mike MarslandGetty Images Almost forty years since the British Fashion Council held their first London Fashion Week, they have announced that the quarterly event, historically divided by gender, as well as season, will become gender-neutral and commence digitally, due to the pandemic. During the month in which London Fashion Week Men’s would have occurred—beginning June
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Robert R. McElroyGetty Images Flip through the pages of 1976’s Diane von Furstenberg’s Book of Beauty and you’ll see that the designer is a champion lounger. She is always shown at least semi-horizontal, whether posing like an odalisque behind a bedside breakfast tray or lying supine in first class. When it comes to luxurious self-isolation,
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Courtesy Now that we have over five weeks of quarantine under our belts, we’re finally starting to get the hang of sheltering in place. By now you may have found your best Zoom lighting, a healthier work-to-Netflix ratio, and the safest distance between you and your snacks, but many of us still have a long
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The coronavirus isn’t the only concern affecting society on a global scale. The deterioration of the earth’s atmosphere and landfill waste have long been a problem, and it is only until recently that industries have taken notice—fashion being one of them. Brands slowly but surely enacted programs that seek to overturn the systemic issues surrounding
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@collinastradaInstagram When the call came for designers to begin creating masks and protective gear for healthcare workers, fashion names from LVMH to L.L. Bean stepped in to help. With masks becoming a requirement in many public settings, our favorite up-and-coming fashion brands are have begun offering inventive options that go beyond a bandana. Below, some
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Yves ForestierGetty Images When the photographer Peter Beard approached Iman on the streets of Nairobi, Kenya, to ask if she had ever modeled, the future supermodel thought he was trying out a pickup line on her. Instead, Beard helped kickstart Iman’s long career. In an Instagram post following the news that the photographer had passed
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