I Guess I Dress Like Little Bo Peep Now

It all started with a serial killer. A fictional one, mind you. Killing Eve‘s Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer, is as enamored of luxury goods as she is swift to murder; from fancy throws to top-shelf champagne, her creature comforts are more mammoth than mini. Even in a show full of ingenious and high-stakes kills,…

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T’s Best Photos From London Fashion Week

Advertisement Highlights from the spring 2019 shows, including Riccardo Tisci’s Burberry debut. Sept. 18, 2018 There was a palpable charge in the air at London Fashion Week, where the shows paid homage to both tradition and feverish self-expression. The models for Erdem looked like exuberant mourners, in their black veils and high-necked dresses of all…

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Salt Bae Serves Meat to Maduro, to Rubio’s Disgust

Video footage released Monday showed a performance like the one that launched Nusret Gokce to stardom. But within a matter of hours, Mr. Gokce, a celebrity chef better known as Salt Bae, had deleted the footage after Senator Marco Rubio denounced him on Twitter. The three Instagram videos, preserved by The Miami Herald, show Mr.…

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ELLE Editorial: Diamonds in the Rough

How to keep precious stones from feeling too, well, precious? Tone down megawatt gems with a tousled mane, barely-there makeup, and the most minimal of fashion. White gold, onyx, and multicolor diamond necklace, Cartier, available by appointment only, 800-Cartier. Cotton hood, Unravel, $288. Sheer wool tank, T by Alexander Wang, $195 Tom Schirmacher Advertisement —…

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How Margaret Howell, Master of British Fashion, Became a Beachcomber

Margaret Howell, the designer and director of the timeless British brand of the same name, likes to celebrate her birthday with a swim in the sea. It’s a tradition she’s continued since she was a little girl in 1950s England; now a preternaturally youthful 72, her enthusiasm shows no sign of waning. Since buying her…

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noted: Let It Flow! #PantsuitNation is Now Caftan Country

Advertisement noted Hillary Clinton, Beyoncé and Chrissy Teigen are among those choosing this sisterly, forgiving style. Image From left, André Leon Talley, Rihanna and Chrissy Teigen.CreditCreditFrom left, Araya Diaz/Getty Images; Robert Kamau/GC Images; Mike Marsland/WireImage Sept. 18, 2018 It is the opposite of the pantsuit: the free-flowing, form-swallowing caftan. Yet there was Hillary Clinton talking…

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The Anatomy of a Street Style Outfit

For the circus that is fashion week, what you wear is often just as important as what you end up doing. Beyond getting snapped by street style photographers outside shows and presentations, bloggers have to consider capturing their own content. The cycle of posting rests for no man. We asked Janelle Lloyd of @waityouneedthis to…

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For Capitalism, Every Social Leap Forward Is a Marketing Opportunity

They are the new beautiful people and their pronouns are they, their and them. Fashion courts them. Publishers pursue them. Corporations see in them the future of consuming, as generations come of age for whom notions of gender as traditionally constituted seem clunkier than a rotary phone. Why settle for being a man or a…

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The Best Bags at London Fashion Week

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