admin

She’s not a politician or a strategist, but for Dawn Porter, this election year has been an especially busy one. In July, the filmmaker released her prescient documentary, John Lewis: Good Trouble, about congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis, who passed away that same month. Porter is also the director behind the new September
0 Comments
Amanda Demme/Courtesy of the Subject Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. When Imitation of Christ began showing in 2000, the press immediately latched on to the sexiest talking points. There was the memorable name, with its hint of sacrilege. The site-specific shows that verged on performance art:
0 Comments
Courtesy of Press OfficeImaxtree Once upon a time (aka earlier this year), beauty editors huddled backstage at Fashion Week, recorder in hand, and asked the world’s most famous makeup artists like Pat McGrath questions like, “What was your inspiration for this beauty look?” Times are different. We’re no longer entering the New York Public Library’s
0 Comments
With the coronavirus pandemic very much ongoing, the royal family has done in-person events only sporadically. Today was Kate Middleton and Prince William’s first joint event this month, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge making visits to several London locations while their children were at school. The couple visited Beigel Bake (where they helped
0 Comments
Indya Moore has been getting creative. The model and Pose star has been turning laundry bins, chairs, and pieces of Styrofoam into makeshift camera stands to shoot socially distanced campaigns. Moore is just one of many models who’ve become their own photographer, stylist, and/or glam team during the lockdown. Moore has enjoyed the creative freedom,
0 Comments
For Dior’s artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri, the lockdown was a time for reflection on everything from sustainability to the renewed importance of craft (something she showcased in the house’s artisan-centric cruise show in July.) As part of ELLE’s examination of the future of fashion, the designer shared her thoughts on the “shameful wastefulness” she
0 Comments
When so many “fashion people” speak in tentative, pre-digested sound bites, Virgil Abloh’s candor and refusal to go along with conventional wisdom is refreshing. For ELLE’s look at the future of fashion, the Off-White founder and artistic director of menswear at Louis Vuitton talks about how creativity is like a sprint, why brunch is the
0 Comments
During the height of the pandemic, one of fashion’s foremost eco-warriors found ample reason to be hopeful for the future. As part of ELLE’s look at the future of fashion, Stella McCartney shared why she continues to raise the bar and why sustainability cannot exist without solidarity. You’ve been a champion of sustainable design from
0 Comments
Unorthodox nabbed eight Emmy nominations this year, including Outstanding Limited Series and Outstanding Lead Actress in a limited series for Shira Haas’ portrayal of Esther Shapiro, a young woman who escapes her ultra-Orthodox Jewish community and flees to Berlin. In honor of the awards show this Sunday, we’re republishing this May 2020 piece about the
0 Comments
Donato SardellaGetty Images Back in December of 2019, nearly 10 months ago, Kendall Jenner was a guest on The Late Late Show, where she played a game of “Spill Your Guts.” On a September 10 episode of Kate and Oliver Hudson’s podcast, Sibling Revelry, Kendall joined her sister Kourtney Kardashian, who brought up one particular
0 Comments
This pandemic is bringing a lot of heartache with it, but it’s also bringing candid celebrity interviews and cast reunions. It’s pretty great to see the cast members of your favorite old shows getting together, drinking wine and cocktails on Zoom, and chatting from their living rooms. Celebrities actually are just like us right now.
0 Comments