Month: January 2022

Courtesy of Designer Couture season is here, and designers are pulling out all the stops. In fact, most are heading directly for outer space. That’s exactly what Daniel Roseberry, creative director of the French haute couture house Schiaparelli, did for his latest spring-summer 2022 collection. His otherworldly designs turn the cosmos into a religious experience,
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Courtesy of Chanel/ Marguerite Bornhauser We predicted the triumphant era of the Horse Girl back in 2020, a twee rendition of the western trend that has dominated the fashion scene since pre-pandemic times. Then, both Chanel and Dior featured fantasy thoroughbreds in their 2021 virtual presentations. Bucking formality (and the Met Gala’s yearly theme) in
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“I believe women are hypergamous. It’s an observable fact,” my date declared matter-of-factly as we stared at each other across the abyss of Zoom. About an hour earlier, when the evening started going downhill, I began writing down the words I didn’t understand but knew I’d heard before. So, I added “hypergamous” to the list.
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When you consider popular pairings, there’s usually one part of the duo that takes a backseat to the other: salt and pepper, Barbie and Ken, shoes and socks. The same can be said for beauty products. Conditioner has played understudy to shampoo forever. And while curly heads got the memo long ago that conditioner is
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Courtesy Maybe you’re in the process of planning a wedding and looking for on-screen inspiration, or maybe you’re just a romantic looking to watch people make grand gestures. Either way, these are the 31 of the best wedding movies of all time, from heartfelt romantic dramas to hilarious comedies to even a horror flick. It’s
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YakobchukOlenaGetty Images Expert bathers know that the addition of a pillow in the tub maketh the bath. Along with foamy bubbles, bath trays, and soothing candles, there’s no better way to elevate your self-care ritual than with a plush, luxurious pillow. Bath pillows come in all shapes in sizes, but their purpose remains the same:
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. For his fall 1989 “Buick” collection, Manfred Thierry Mugler turned women into race cars. Clad in souped-up supermodel silhouettes that resembled high-design 1950’s automobiles, his models strutted around in their hubcap bra cups and fender peplums. They shared the hard-edged mien
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We’re calling it now–spring is the season for bold beauty looks. First, we saw the early hints of neon on the spring/summer runways (Versace’s racing stripes, hot pink shadow at Prabal Gurung), but when Euphoria returned to HBO for its second season, the proverbial beauty groundhog saw his shadow, declaring a season of sparkles, blush,
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Sarah Cohen and Eric Hinman who live in Moab, Utah love doing outdoorsy activities together—everything from mountain biking to hiking, and even BASE jumping (jumping off of high objects like buildings or mountains and using a parachute to descend safely to the ground.) Invitae Carrier Screen invitae.com $250.00 And the couple’s next adventure might be
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The night Euphoria season 2 premiered on HBO, music supervisor Jen Malone felt seen. Because as viewers were reacting to plot twists, conflicts, and outfits in episode 1, they were also tweeting about the song choices—nearly 40 of them—with the same enthusiasm. “The memes were amazing. And so right-on,” she tells ELLE.com, laughing. Malone estimates
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