Month: December 2020

For decades, Eugene Levy has occupied a sacred space in contemporary comedy: you’ll know him from his beloved mockumentaries with his co-collaborator Christopher Guest, the wildly popular American Pie franchise, and most recently, of course, the sleeper hit show Schitt’s Creek, which he created alongside his son, Dan Levy. The 74-year-old actor is better known
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Photography by Magda ZofiaLoads of sparkle gives editor Mickey Boardman’s look a lift. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date December 31, 2020 “Sequins are great to wear for breakfast, lunch and dinner,” announces Mickey Boardman while sitting cross-legged in his Lower Manhattan apartment. It’s a cozy boîte that explodes with colour and kitsch from every available
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After a year spent surrounded by the same four walls, the latest short film from Saint Laurent is a welcome taste of a different world. On December 30, Saint Laurent unveiled Summer of ’21, a short from Argentine filmmaker Gaspar Noé and guided by brand creative director Anthony Vaccarello. It takes place in a grand
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Like everything else in the world, the watch industry was in constant flux this year. Trade shows were canceled, releases were taken off the calendar (only to be put right back on months later), and every event worth wearing a watch to didn’t conform with CDC regulations. The lack of award ceremonies and chichi parties
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Osei DuroOdessa Paloma Parker reveals a selection of labels that give “luxury” a more intentional meaning. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date December 30, 2020 As consumers move away from purchasing mass-made goods – because of their toll on the earth and its inhabitants – brands that showcase handcrafted artisanal techniques are poised to win admiration
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In the late 1950s, revolutionary French couturier Pierre Cardin broke ranks in Paris fashion by presenting the first ready-to-wear collections, for women and for men. Pooh-poohed by his confreres for being too democratic, he was summarily kicked out of Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture Parisienne, the governing body of French fashion at the time.
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Sleep is important. But a great mattress can be wildly expensive. “If only I could see all of the best mattress deals in one place,” you’ve surely thought to yourself while tossing and turning through another sleepless night. Well! We read your mind, fine-tooth-combed the mattress internet, and created such a destination. Thanks to the
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As creatures of comfort, we’re resurrecting ELLE.com’s Cozy Week. In order to armor ourselves for 2021, we’re prepping you during the hazy days between Christmas and NYE, covering all things sweatpants, bath goods, and all the feel-good content we deserve to close out the year. A lifetime ago, otherwise known as October of last year,
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Every year, the Baselworld watch show is Christmas in March for horology heads. This year, of course, Basel—and every other major watch fair—was canceled. In fact, the pandemic forced almost every major brand to delay introducing new designs planned years before. (Even top-tier luxury houses know how to read the room.) Each brand had to
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Reg LancasterGetty Images Visionary French fashion designer Pierre Cardin died on Tuesday at age 98, the French Academy of Fine Arts confirmed on Twitter. “The Perpetual Secretary, Laurent Petitgirard, and the members of the Academy of Fine Arts are deeply saddened to announce the death of their colleague Pierre Cardin. He had been elected on
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Welcome to Dialed In, where we’ll highlight the very best, most interesting, and coolest new watches in the world. The watches: Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Tribute Duoface Fagliano Oris Big Crown Pointer Date x Fratello Anordain Model 1 Plum Fumé Rado Captain Cook The single best thing about these watches: It appears that, in the course of
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Saint Laurent, helmed by designer Anthony Vaccarello, is known for its spangly fitted blazers, terrific leather pants, and awesome rocker boots. But recently, Saint Laurent has also been the creator of a marble arcade game, a checkered tennis racket, an inflatable pool toy, and a $65 tote bag. All of this stuff exists under an
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Photography: Travis ShinnThis Canadian rock band’s glorious manes aren’t the only things turning heads. Their socially conscious lyrics shine a spotlight on First Nations. By Natasha Bruno Date December 29, 2020 Buoyant, shoulder-grazing tresses are a prominent feature of Crown Lands, the genre- bending psych-blues rock band comprising Cody Bowles and Kevin Comeau. “They’ve definitely
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Since the 1970s, Jacques Pépin has been providing Americans with a guide to delicious, indulgent food designed to soothe the soul and nourish the body. For the unacquainted, Pépin is an icon of French cooking; he has written over 30 cookbooks and hosted approximately six thousand cooking specials. Most recently, you can find him sharing
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Photography courtesy of Instagram/@lidopimienta.Watch for major wardrobe inspo from these names next year. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date December 28, 2020 No matter what musical genres you’re into, there’s a certain allure to the outfits musicians wear; they are a constant source of dress-up dreams. As we head into 2021, here are 21 stylish musicians
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Getty, Getty, Splash Whether you put off ordering your Secret Santa presents until last minute (it’s been a year, don’t kick yourself) or you didn’t get the athleisure gifts you dropped hints about, I have good news. Alo Yoga, the activewear line seemingly owned by every actor and hot fitness instructor, just launched a surprise
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