Who What Wear readers are obviously obsessed with fashion and beauty, but homes don’t end with closets and vanities. So many of our favorite stylish Instagrammers offer peeks inside their well-appointed homes and I find myself constantly saving decor inspiration from their posts. Sometimes I find myself coveting Anne Laure Mais’s Parisian apartment even more than her
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As someone who hates being told what to wear and is generally uninterested in anyone’s opinions other than my own when it comes to my fashion choices, the last thing I would venture to do is try to tell fellow petite women what they should or, worse, shouldn’t wear. However, that doesn’t mean that I won’t share
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Last night, Los Angeles was abuzz as celebrities stepped onto the red carpet for a particularly special event this award season: the 51th annual NAACP Image Awards. According to its website, “The event celebrates the outstanding achievements and performances of people of color in the arts, as well as those individuals or groups who promote social justice through
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It’s hard to disagree with the old adage that trends come and go (most recently seen in the revival of all things ’90s fashion), and here’s another one that’s difficult to dispute: Certain pieces simply withstand time and trends, thus falling into the “classics” category. A leather jacket, a good pair of jeans, a simple white
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In an unexpected move, Prada named Raf Simons as co-creative director joining Miuccia Prada. The powerhouse duo will share “equal responsibilities for creative input and decision-making.” The decision was announced on Sunday at a surprise press conference held on the last day of Milan Fashion Week. Prada joined her family’s namesake label in 1978, premiered
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Photograph courtesy of Prada/Brigitte Lacombe and Here’s what we know so far. By Maddison Glendinning Date February 23, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Breaking news out of Milan this morning as former Calvin Klein designer Raf Simons has been named as co-creative director at Prada. According to a press release, Simons – who recently teamed up with Doc
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Raf Simons is taking his talents to Milan. The Belgian designer will join Prada as co-creative director in April, the brand announced Sunday, with a press release describing an arrangement in which Simons will share “equal responsibilities for creative input and decision-making” with Miuccia Prada. This is as big as news gets in the fashion
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Photography via Edward Berthelot/GettyCatch up on the latest launches, openings and celebrity campaigns. By Sarah Mariotti Date February 23, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Marion Cotillard will be the new face of Chanel’s N°5 fragrance Photography courtesy of Chanel French actress Marion Cotillard is the new face of Chanel’s iconic N°5 fragrance. Throughout her career, the acclaimed
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We could write an entire novel devoted solely to sneaker trends. Despite occupying a small, relatively niche subset of the sartorial umbrella, sneakers seem to be subject to just as many trend fluctuations as, say, outwear or bags. From dad sneakers and platforms to the resurgence of Vans, Reebok, and Fila, there’s always something to report on in the
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It feels like this year, we’ve hit peak “ugly.” Balenciaga can’t keep its chunky Triple S sneakers in stock. Long-time dad favorites like baseball caps and Birkenstocks have become the calling card of street style stars and Instagram trendsetters. With the rise of these recent ironic fashion trends presented by brands like Vetements and even
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There’s something about the onset of spring and summer that has us craving a drastic hair change as thirstily as we crave a pitcher of ice-cold (preferably spiked) lemonade on a hot day. Due to the forthcoming rise in temperatures, it’s a natural temptation to chop everything off in favor of length that maybe won’t get
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