Month: April 2022

Olivia Malone/ Trunk Archive As the story goes, Empress Joséphine haunted the halls of her home, Château de Malmaison, long after she’d departed—as a smell, not a specter. Her scent, which Napoleon famously asked her to preserve by not bathing, was reportedly a musky perfume she wore like a diaphanous second skin, and it lingered…and
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Courtesy of Fashion Trust Arabia Yesterday, non-profit organization Fashion Trust Arabia announced its 2022 advisory board. Among the list of fashion insiders is none other than ELLE’s very own editor-in-chief, Nina Garcia, who has previously served on FTA’s board. The organization also shared news regarding its fourth awards ceremony, which will be held during the
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Wellness obsession, virtue signaling, toting around green juice—consider them all a thing of the past. The national mood has shifted to one of gleeful self-pollution: downing martinis instead of natural wine, nights out bingeing your substance of choice over nights in
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On a spring Monday morning in Washington Square Park, 28-year-old congressional hopeful Rana Abdelhamid spoke about the future she wants for New York. “This is a historic race,” Abdelhamid told supporters. “Not just because if I win, I will be the first Muslim woman representing New York, but because we’re building a coalition that we’re
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I’ve been a champion hair shedder for as long as I can remember. A small girl with a disproportionately large mop of hair, I recall repeatedly breaking my mom’s fine-tooth combs and meekly asking my dad if he could snake the drain. Again. And while stylists would often tell me how lucky I was to
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