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Getty Bertrand Rindoff Petroff Bouchra Jarrar, who was just named as Alber Elbaz’s successor as the artistic director of Lanvin in March 2016, is leaving the French fashion house, WWD reports. Jarrar completed only two collections—Spring 2017 and Fall 2017— at Lanvin, and will depart before showing Spring 2018. As WWD reports, rumors have circulated
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We’ve all been there—that nervy feeling when you’re wearing a wrap dress that you might expose a little more than you wanted. So while Bella Hadid‘s turn on the Alexander Vauthier couture catwalk isn’t an experience many of us can relate to, her wardrobe struggle is. The model wore a floor-length bejeweled gown with a
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Today, Chanel took over Paris’ Grand Palais for its Fall 2017 couture show. From the Parisian-inspired set to Karl Lagerfeld receiving a very special honor, here’s everything to know from the show. 1) The set was inspired by the iconic fashion house’s home-base: Paris. Models walked underneath a giant Eiffel Tower replica that was created
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Getty Pascal Le Segretain AuthorCreated with Sketch. Getty Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Kristen Stewart can always pull off outfits that many of us couldn’t—and the sequinned ensemble she wore to the Chanel couture show is no different. The actor turned up to see the new collection in Paris wearing a strapless jumpsuit that was
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Beyoncé at the 2017 Grammy Awards. Getty Advertisement – Continue Reading Below All eyes were on Beyoncé when she attended the Grammys–her first public appearance since announcing her pregnancy–back in February. She wore two custom outfits by Peter Dundas, and it was then that the veteran designer decided to announce he was launching an eponymous
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Alessandro Michele The architect behind so many of today’s best dressed guys—Tom Hiddleston, Harry Styles, and of course Jared Leto, just to name a few—Michele has almost singlehandedly brought back the idea that it’s OK for men to dress to get attention. But he’s doing it in a way that’s not so much about peacocking
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In another win this week for inclusivity in the fashion industry, Tanya Taylor announced the brand now offers extended sizes on tanyataylor.com. The five-piece capsule collection (two dresses, two tops, and a jacket) covers sizes 14-22 and retails from $350 – $695. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below SHOP: The Klara Top, $350, tanyataylor.com; The Corinne
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Since its debut at Men’s Fashion Week back in January, hypebeasts across the globe have been waiting to get their hands on the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. Today, the long-awaited collection spanning from ready-to-wear to a skateboard is officially available to shop. The pieces, however, won’t be available online or in Louis Vuitton stores
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G-Star Raw’s Aitor Throup looks like a skater dude and talks like an anthropology professor. The executive creative director throws out phrases like “the great unlearning” while fidgeting with a neon baseball hat. He’s won prestigious fellowships and directed music videos for Kasabian. Oh, did we mention he made the District 13 uniforms for The
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Manolo Blahnik loves an extravagant shoe. Just ask Rihanna, whose collaboration for the brand has included $4,000 denim boot-pants and $2,300 jewel-encrusted gladiator sandals. Now, the designer has come out with his most outrageous offering yet: one-of-a-kind fuschia boots valued at a casual $5,700. They were created in partnership with crystal supplier Preciosa and debuted
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Today, Kendall and Kylie Jenner released a Kendall + Kylie limited edition vintage t-shirt collection. But the tops, which are retailing for $125, have sparked a bit of controversy, because it looks like the Jenners’ faces and the brand’s logo have been printed over the shirts’ original artwork—which includes images of rap artists Tupac and
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As a fashion editor who has been in the business for about 10 years, I’ve come across my fair share of e-commerce sites. Some are established and well known—Net-a-Porter and Shopbop, for example—while others are new with wonderful, hyper-curated edits like Avenue 32 and Stylebop. Then there are those that completely shatter the mold, filling