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Ilya S. SavenokGetty Images Like many during lockdown, not being able to travel heavily affected Tia Adeola. The Nigerian-born, London-raised, and New York-based fashion designer is the definition of internationally influenced, so the impact of quarantine—limiting her access to explore new terrain—was a major blow to the driving forces in her creative process. Her designs
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Getty + Netflix + Apple TV Back in 2019, aka a lifetime ago, I declared that the ever-popular jumpsuit was the “holy grail of Halloween.” At the time, it made sense: Booksmart, Fleabag, Us—these were the pop culture moments we were obsessing over, and all of them featured at least one perfect jumpsuit. But things
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Alana, Este, and Danielle Haim of Haim, the Grammy-nominated California-cool girl rock trio, may have the hit song “Summer Girl” under their belt, but make no mistake: the band lives for fall. For the sisters, the season is synonymous with spontaneous drives up the Pacific Coast Highway, Joni Mitchell on repeat, and haunted hay rides.
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As I write this story about Ella Emhoff, four young women walk by dressed like Ella Emhoff. They gaze at downtown Manhattan through round owlish glasses. They stomp across the street in work boots and giant nubby sweaters, worn as minidresses with nothing underneath. It’s the vibe of a Ravenclaw realizing she should finally flirt
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Stitch Fix keeps getting smarter. Launched in 2011 as a subscription box-based personal styling service, the company recently expanded into e-commerce, introducing a “personalized mall” called Freestyle that suggests individual products for users who’d rather avoid the hassle of snail mail. But the company has also made clever investments in the fashion industry writ large—as
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Dimitrios KambourisGetty Images When you think of New York fashion, many things may come to mind. Between its fleeting runway trends, uptown vs. downtown sartorial dichotomy, and stale Sex and the City references, the moral of the story is always that the city is a character itself. It’s the reason why being a “real” New
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Nordstrom is serving a return-to-work wardrobe that’s both 9 to 5-sharp and size-inclusive this fall. The retailer now carries an exclusive capsule collection designed by 11 Honoré, the online mecca that’s brought extended sizes to luxury houses such as Altuzarra, Jason Wu, and Jonathan Simkhai while also developing an in-house label. 11 Honoré’s initial collection
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Courtesy of the subject; Getty Images Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. This summer, when Livia Firth read the IPCC report declaring a “code red for humanity,” she found herself—like so many people—”depressed” by its findings. Firth is the co-founder and creative director of the sustainability consultancy
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Photography has a symbiotic relationship to fashion; you simply can’t have one without the other. But for Chanel, it goes even deeper. “Fashion is about clothes, models, and photographers,” stated Chanel’s creative director Virginie Viard in the spring-summer 2022 press notes. “Karl Lagerfeld used to photograph the Chanel campaigns himself. Today, I call upon photographers.
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If shopping is a sport, the fall months leading up to the holidays should be considered training camp ahead of the season’s biggest game. And like any other sporting endeavor, the best way to prep involves conditioning, strategizing, and practicing smart plays. As someone who shops in an unofficially official capacity (when you write about
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After the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor by police, the protests that ensued during the summer of 2020 cornered a number of industries into publicly declaring their support for the Black community. Fashion was no exception. Long-known for its less-than-stellar reputation for racial diversity, brands across all facets of the business made formal
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Here’s the thing: I am a bag person, through and through. My husband has said that I’d rather eat cereal all the time in order to buy another bag as if it’s a bad thing. Numéro Neuf polene-paris.com $420.00 I’ve carried cheap bags, and I’ve carried really expensive bags, and you can always, always tell
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Thierry ChesnotGetty Images Raf Simons debuts its spring-summer 2022 runway collection live from Paris on Thursday September 30th at 4:30pm EST. View the Parisian brand’s ready-to-wear show from the comfort of your own home, below: Justine Carreon Justine Carreon is the market editor at ELLE.com covering fashion, Dutch ovens, and fashion again. This content is
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Courtesy of the designers; Prada: Emmanuel Wong Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Once, a collaboration was the ultimate in cred—high married to low, luxe mingled with quotidian. But after this just-concluded Milan Fashion Week, that kind of move looks so, well, 2020. Now, designers who once
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