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Amy SussmanGetty Images The Grammys red carpet did not disappoint this season, thanks to Lizzo’s Old Hollywood glam, Ariana Grande‘s grayscale ball gown, and Lil Nas X in a look that can only be described as Brokeback Mountain XXX. Click through to see who else made our list of the best dressed celebs, here. Advertisement
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Everything was coming up roses on the Grammys red carpet, because a bunch of celebrities showed up wearing pink power suits. We’re guessing Lil Nas X, Tyler the Creator, Shawn Mendes, and Common hopped on a FaceTime conference call before the Grammys to coordinate, and now we are eternally grateful to them. Ranging from dominatrix
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Levi’s Ribcage Super High Waist Wide Leg Jeans Levi’s nordstrom.com $98.00 You can’t have a denim list without including Levi’s, the OG brand. Founded in 1853, the San Francisco-based company continues to reinvent themselves. What was once invented for American workers has become a uniform for all, with a history that includes cowboys, rebels, rock stars, presidents, and you. Their new Ribcage style is their
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In honor of the 73rd annual BAFTAs, the last official awards season stop before the Oscars, we reflect on the best red carpet looks from across the pond. From movie royalty like Cate Blanchett to actual royalty such as Kate Middleton and Prince William, here’s the best outfits of all time from the London ceremony.
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I know what you’re thinking—yes, I am a poser. Sure, I dabbled with teenage mosh pits and cried to The Cure in my bedroom like any healthy adolescent, but I have never been part of a subculture. The aesthetic, however, is spreading. Due in part to the rise of egirls and eboys and a runway
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One of the most viral moments of fashion month—aside from J.Lo at Versace in a re-creation of the neckline-down-to-there Grammys dress that launched Google Images—was the model Leon Dame stomping down the runway at the Maison Margiela show in Paris. It was the walk that got everyone talking: chaotic, hunched, and slightly rushed. It went
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Manuel Schmitt / EyeEmGetty Images It all seemed to happen at once. There had always been the women who bought luxury handbags outright and then the rest of us, toting around our wonky Zara dopplegangers, hoping to at least mimic the silhouette. Then, one fall morning last year, I looked up from my phone and
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The spring-summer couture season is upon is, and Paris is burning with feathered eye masks at Giambattista Vallii, space-age Mesozoic gowns courtesy of Iris Van Herpen’s signature aesthetic, and Bella Hadid in a ’50s prom dress thanks to Alexandre Vauthier. Plus, it’s not couture season without a few wedding dresses, and Chanel’s version veers more
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After landing her breakout role as Rachel Green on Friends, Jennifer Aniston took the lead as America’s sweetheart. The ELLE cover girl has starred in a slew of big-screen hits and graced countless best-dressed lists. While she’s known for her classic little black dresses, Jen knows what works for her and has always wowed on
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Pascal Le SegretainGetty Images Posing for photos is an awkward undertaking, so how do celebs make it look easy? It turns out red carpet pros have an arsenal of poses for getting the perfect shot, but even the most effortless-looking photo-ops take some practice. Celebrity stylist Micaela Erlanger, who dresses red carpet darlings like Lupita
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Denim made in one of the world’s most efficient factories? Check. Leather booties that are both stylish and sustainably made? Check. Cashmere sweaters blended from re-used fibers, puffer jackets made from plastic bottles, and sneakers produced with a near-zero carbon footprint? Check, check, and check. Everlane’s commitment to eco-friendly, socially conscious fashion has led it
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1339 Back in the Middle Ages in Europe, women’s everyday dresses were typically full and forgiving enough to readily double as maternity wear. It wasn’t until the early 14th century, when silhouettes started to follow the female form a bit more, that specific design elements were introduced to make clothing more pregnancy-friendly.
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Every awards season, dozens of gowns roll out onto the red carpet: metallic, sheer, strapless, backless…you name it. But only a few are sartorial standouts to last the ages. From Taraji P. Henson’s new take on Old Hollywood in 2017 to Gwyneth Paltrow foreshadowing Millennial Pink in 1999, here are the most iconic dresses in
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Max Mumby/IndigoGetty Images If rock-and-roll can heal the world, then so can fashion, and Alessandro Michele might have just proved it. His latest menswear collection was a swatch-buckling adventure of ditsy floral prints, pastel wool embroidery, and dresses-over-pants worn indiscriminately (but very discerningly) by models across the gender spectrum. There were men in tights, and
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Lily McMurray/Courtesy of Charlotte Knowles Dorothy Parker maintained that “brevity is the soul of lingerie,” but Charlotte Knowles and Alexandre Arsenault might beg to differ. For their first show at London Fashion Week in September, they presented what they called “militarized” lingerie- and corsetry-influenced looks for a woman who is, as Arsenault puts it, “ready
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