Twenty five-year-old Aleali May is best known for her impeccable Instagram feed, her online style diary, as well as her work with bold-faced clients including Lil Yachty and Kendrick Lamar. She started her career at Virgil Abloh's RSVP Gallery in Chicago, and recently became the first female to collaborate with Nike on a unisex Jordan sneaker. May basically looks like she could be Aaliyah's little sister, and her signature aesthetic fuses streetwear with high fashion labels in a way that's totally unique. When she's not busy flexing on the 'gram or jet setting to fashion events, she's an active volunteer at the Nichiren Buddhist Center. Here, she takes CR through her whirlwind New York Fashion Week.
& Other Stories is a brand that flies under the radar in the U.S. market, but if you see it on the street you instantly wonder “Where’d she get that!?” (Just ask ELLE.com’s photo editor Mariel Tyler, because I question her daily about where she got x, y, and z, and the answer is always the same: & Other Stories, she says. Again.)
The Swedish clothing, accessories, and beauty brand is owned by the H&M Group and they celebrating their five-year anniversary with little fanfare, because that’s just the kind of company it is.
Women are pissed about two recent articles related to this wardrobe staple—and rightfully so
If you’ve ventured onto Twitter in the past few days, you might notice that a whole lot of people are talking about:
a) yoga pants
The overall vibe on both topics? Pissed—and rightfully so.
First up: an investigative feature from Racked, which explores the not-so-zen corporate culture of the Vancouver-based yoga pants purveyor.
ICYMI: anonymous Lululemon employees told me all about the "toxic" work environment at the Vancouver HQ https://t.co/nshzBZdugC
— Chavie Lieber (@ChavieLieber) 2018년 2월 16일
Amazing jewels accessorized the black dresses on the red carpet
The 71st British Academy Film Awards on Sunday night in London, almost the final event of the Awards Show season, echoed the sentiment at the Golden Globes last month in Los Angeles. All the actresses wore black as a sign of solidarity with the Time’s Up movement and many of the men and women wore the organization’s pins in support of the cause. Similar to the stunning and individual jewels paired with the black dresses in Hollywood, the stars in London sparkled with some sensational pieces.
Angelina Jolie wearing 32.98-carat diamond earrings by Graff.
Lupita Nyong’o in sapphire, pearl and diamond fan-shaped earrings by Sanjay Kasilwal of the Gem Palace.