Month: September 2020

Photo by Manny Carabel/Getty ImagesIn other words, it’s simply the best. By Pahull Bains Date September 30, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Following their Emmys sweep earlier this month, Schitt’s Creek shot to the top of global social media charts. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Canadian show reached No. 1 on its Social Climbers chart, a
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This year has offered a rare opportunity for many artists to slow down, reflect on what they value most, and delve deeper into their creative process. “Coming up for air,” (followed by a turtle emoji) is how rising star, Oyinda, describes the current state of her creativity in an Instagram bio. But for the London-bred,
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Just when you thought 2020 had no surprises left, Biden Beauty enters the chat. The latest beauty venture isn’t associated with presidential nominee Joe Biden himself, although he and Harris have reportedly given the mystery brand their seal of approval, according to Fashionista. Instead, it’s backed by a mystery figure with a political agenda. Courtesy
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Courtesy of Dries Van Noten This season feels drastically different due to COVID-19. While some designers opted for virtual presentations, others presented intimate shows, where attendees sat socially distanced with masks on. As fashion month lands in Paris, the looks keep rolling in. At Dior there was a fixation on the feminine while Kenzo nodded
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When Kerby Jean-Raymond joined forces with Reebok in 2017, the Pyer Moss designer had one job: to create a sneaker and a few clothing items to support the shoe’s debut. That inaugural collection blossomed into an ongoing partnership between the two brands that spawned several collections and sneakers. After making an indelible mark on the
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Nike probably didn’t expect the Killshot, its low-key tennis sneaker from the 1970s, to become a smash hit with prep-inclined, non-sneakerhead guys. But that is precisely what happened when the Swoosh teamed up with J.Crew to first release the Killshot 2 sneaker a few years ago. Since then, the Killshot silhouette has acquired an unusually
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Pink-Gold Reverso The Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso was released in 1931 with an ingenious swivel case, designed to protect the face during polo matches. The iconic silhouette hasn’t changed since ($13,600). Metallic Shopping Bag Telfar sells thousands of shopping bags in seconds on drop days, because the It bag of a generation represents an alternative to a
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Photograph courtesy of Jacinta Kanakaratnam. Design by Danielle Campbell.Welcome to My Story, our series dedicated to creatives of colour and their paths to success. By championing these diverse stories and backgrounds, we hope that our understanding of the cultural conversations around beauty and fashion will expand and that respect for our differences will flourish. By
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The result was one of fashion’s most successful and sophisticated communiques of a designer’s vision, at a pivotal moment in Serre’s career. (Her moon print bodysuits had a starring role in Beyonce’s Black Is King, after all!) The website hosting the video is stylishly, intelligently designed, showing the lookbook images as the characters appear on
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Apologies to George Washington’s curlers, but there is probably no president in history with more famous hair than Donald Trump. Or make that infamous: its veracity has been the subject of many rumors and theories—maybe it’s a rug, or possibly the result of a gnarly surgery. Now we’ve learned that Trump allegedly deducted $70,000 in
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Whether 2020 is bringing out your minimalist side or your wildest fashion instincts, we’re all in this—and our face masks—together. Here are the biggest fits of the week coming to you from Milan Fashion Week, the NFL tunnel, and a Los Angeles backyard.  David Beckham A balm for your Monday morning: David Beckham in socks
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Pascal Le SegretainGetty Images Dior will premiere its spring-summer 2021 runway show live from Paris on Tuesday, September 29 at 2:30 PM CET (8:30AM EST). Every designer is getting creative with their seasonal outputs in the time of COVID, from quarantine-inspired fashion to audience-free unveilings. For the very first time, Dior will stream its ready-to-wear
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