Photo by Samir Hussein/Samir Hussein/WireImageThe breezy white midi is an easy summer staple. By Maddison Glendinning Date July 13, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Since the Sussexes relocated to Los Angeles there’s been few sightings of them, save for some charitable meal deliveries and site visits. However this weekend, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were spotted out
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The NBA restart is slowly falling into place. Over the course of this week, all 22 teams left in contention made their way to Orlando and slipped into The Bubble. That means that, along with snapshots of prepared meals and gaming equipment, the fit pics are back, with 100% more facemasks, and grail-level watch pairings.
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In the spring, designers announced new approaches to fashion week that seemed to add up to a chaotic, decentralized, impossible-to-follow system. But in practice, the new digitalized way of conceptual videos and runway live streams that’s emerged in the last five months is actually proving to be much more consumer oriented and possibly more creative
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Twice a year, the global streetwear juggernaut Supreme releases its official lookbook and photo preview for the forthcoming collection. Reliably, it delivers an array of loudly colored clothes, logo-heavy wares, and bewildering graphics. But each season also brings something new or unexpected: a Honda dirt bike, a Swarovski crystal box logo tee, or a leopard-print
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James Branaman In recent months, the Black Lives Matter movement has exposed how prevalent racism is across industries and how standing up to injustice is necessary in all fields, from media to law enforcement, from athletics to art, and beyond. The environmentalist movement is no exception. Environmental activist Leah Thomas, known on Instagram as @greengirlleah,
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Photography courtesy of Instagram/@izadaptive.These innovative face coverings support the needs of the deaf and hard of hearing community. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date July 10, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Iz Adaptive, the pioneering brand founded in 2009 by Toronto-based designer Izzy Camilleri, recently released a new take on the non-medical face masks it has offered for
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Peace Out, Welly, Squish, Starface If you aren’t #blessed like some people who have experienced clearer skin during quarantine, I feel you, I see you, I am you. I used to be a pimple patch skeptic (do they actually work?) but my skin was so bad during the first few months of quarantine, I was
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Photograph courtesy of CaudalieTime to treat yourself. By Maddison Glendinning Date July 9, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Cult French clean skincare brand Caudalie has officially the opened the doors to its first Canadian flagship Boutique Spa in Toronto. Called the Caudalie Hazelton House, the new 1,100 square foot boutique (located in Yorkville) includes a retail space
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Photography courtesy of Alex Aubichon-Manitopyes.“It’s about offering designs that are representative of things that are important to Indigenous people, and sharing that in an authentic way.” By Odessa Paloma Parker Date July 9, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter “My Blood Memory is Couture.” That’s the ethos behind the accessory label Indi City, helmed by Angel Aubichon and
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How did you personally get started down this road? I’m not really a collector of anything, really. I’m not really into, like, collecting art, or wine, or cigars, or cars. I collected baseball cards when I was a kid. I bought my first IWC when I was 24, and have been collecting watches ever since
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There’s no reason to live with ingrown hairs or razor bumps from shaving, and using one of the best razors for men is just about the best thing you could do to banish irritated skin forever. Of course, if you’re experiencing irritation, you might need to change something about your approach—either by overhauling your shaving
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image via istockFrom a podcast charting the evolution of hip-hop and R&B through the lens of Drake’s career to one that deconstructs the “inappropriate questions” directed at people of certain communities. By Pahull Bains Date July 8, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Need a break from binge-watching TV? Looking for some entertainment while doing dishes for what
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It’s been a good month for the Adidas Superstar. Nowadays, the toe-capped sneaker is as ubiquitous in present-day style as other famous Three Stripes styles, like the throwback Stan Smith or the new-wave Ultraboost. But right now, it’s getting a unusually celebrity-heavy boost. Last week, longtime Adidas collaborator Pharrell reimagined the iconic shoe with fresh
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Brooks Brothers filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Wednesday morning, joining the running list of retailers that have stumbled amid the coronavirus pandemic. It had already made the decision to close 51 of its more than 200 stores in early April, but is moving ahead with plans to reopen its remaining stores as America undergoes
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Courtesy Like most creative minds dealing with tragedy, storied fashion houses are getting innovative in reaction to COVID-19’s impact on the industry. The suspension of IRL fashion presentations means that this season’s couture week doesn’t look anything like the extravagance we’re used to. Some designers tested out the video format, Balmain staged a boat show
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While the opulence of building a enchanted forest inside the Grand Palais or constructing a monumental, thirty-foot sculpture of a jacket feels like a distant memory, the world of couture lives on. Digitally, at least. As the fashion industry continues to grapple with physical shows during the time of COVID-19, the big fashion houses move
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