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25 Jan

Bonjour Couture! The Best Street Style From Paris

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A little cold won't stop the fashion on and off the couture spring 2017 runways—see the best street style moments from Paris, photographed by Tyler Joe.

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Aymeline Valade in Dior

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Bryan Grey Yambao

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Diane Kruger

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Daria Stroukus

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Madonna, Natalia Vodianova and Ulyana Sergeenko

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Olivia Palermo

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Ulyana Sergeenko

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Natalia Vodianova

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A$AP Ferg and A$AP Rocky

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Tina Leung

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Catherine Baba

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Marie Amelie Sauve

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Aymeline Valade in Dior

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25 Jan

Art Enthusiasts Will Love J.Crew’s New Collab for Spring

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J.Crew is getting artsy with its latest collaboration for spring—today, the retailer announced a new collection with street artist Michael De Feo, also known as @theflowerguy who has been creating beautiful works of art for nearly 25 years. He's famous for placing his works in unexpected places in more than 60 major cities around the world, including New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Cabo San Lucas, Amsterdam, Paris, Venice, Buenos Aires, and Hong Kong.

What we love about this collab? Wearable art in the form of De Feo's signature floral brushstrokes printed on a few of our favorite J. Crew silhouettes. Three styles are available, retailing between $40 and $50, and as of today, they're currently available at jcrew.com and in stores. Shop the designs, below.

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25 Jan

Vetements’ Runway Featured a Pretty Unconventional Lineup Of Models

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While runways are typically quite cohesive in casting and styling of tall, thin models, Vetements instead brought a melting pot of models and stereotypical representations to its Fall 2017 menswear show today. From rich Upper East Side grandmothers to punk teens, cool dads, not so cool dads, "secretaries", stoners and more, there was a look for literally everyone on the runway.
The show, which took place at Paris's Centre Georges Pompidou, featured a diverse lineup including men and women of all ages.

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Taking inclusivity to the next level, both the menswear and womenswear covered a wide variety of what we'd call stereotypical real people uniforms. There were the obvious choices: goth, punk, biker, etc. And then the not...
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25 Jan

7 Boozy Starbucks Drinks Baristas Make After Hours

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If you're a living, breathing human in 2017, you know about the Starbucks secret menu. You've seen the Pink Drink in your Instagram feed and the Purple drink too. What you probably didn't know about is the secret ~boozy~ menu that Starbucks baristas swear by. Reddit user Deepak_xo asked, "What Frappuccino would taste good with vodka added?" And baristas wrote in, offering up their clever boozy Starbucks creations. Cosmopolitan.com then spoke to local Starbucks baristas who like to end their shift by making a drink that they can spike before meeting up with friends. Here are the Starbucks drinks that baristas are making boozy after hours. Who knows, spiked Starbucks drinks might be your new pregame move. 1. Peach Tea Lemonade with vodka. If...
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25 Jan

Sorry, But A$AP Rocky Is The Best Dressed At Couture Week

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A$AP Rocky is killing the style game. This, of course, has been a long-known truth, especially since he's announced a collaboration with J.W.Anderson, starred in two Dior Homme campaigns and frequented fashion week front rows. (In fact, we knew that since he dropped "Fashion Killa" in 2013.) But even with a trusted style reputation, the rapper continued to impress during Men's Fashion Week and the current Couture Week in Paris, stepping out in furs, covetable sneakers, smart separates and even an unexpected jersey. Everyone can stop posing for street style photographers now—we've found fashion month's most stylish attendee.

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Dior Haute Couture Show A$AP attended the couture show in Paris yesterday at the Musee Rodin wearing head-to-toe Dior Homme: a fur...
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25 Jan

This Wire Manicure Is About As Easy As Nail Art Gets

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Ever since nail art first arrived on the beauty scene a couple of years back, manicures have become increasingly more complex. At first, nail art simply referred to an elevated manicure—an accent nail here, a stripe there—the trend has since given birth to some seriously next-level looks (glass nails, anyone?) For that, we can thank Eun Kyung Park, founder (and resident nail-art queen) at the famed Unistella salon in Seoul, South Korea. During her career as a nail artist—and I do mean artist—Park has created some of the genre’s most jaw-dropping styles, often using materials never before seen in the nail art world (think: pom-poms, crystals, and even mini nail charms). About two weeks ago, Park debuted a new look on Instagram....
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25 Jan

6 Ways to Wear Flats For Winter Without Getting Frozen Toes

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"Aren't your feet cold?" is probably the first thing your co-worker asks when she spots you in a pair of flats . . . in the middle of Winter. There might be snow on the ground and giant frozen puddles on the sidewalk, but when you really love flats, no season — or the weather — will stop you from wearing them. We get that, which is why instead of telling you to not wear flats once the temperatures drop (it's already happened on the East Coast), we're providing options on how to style them for Winter. Whether that means investing in a cute pair of socks or fancy tights, you can definitely stick to your favorite footwear option without freezing...
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25 Jan

This Is the Most Popular T-Shirt at Couture Fashion Week

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When it comes to statement pieces and timely fashion, perhaps no other piece is making its case quite as loudly as this one is: a simple white tee with the even simpler message, “WE SHOULD ALL BE FEMINISTS.” Leave it to Dior’s new artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri to hit us with the PSA when she sent it down the spring 2017 runway—and for her debut collection as the first woman to ever head the house of Christian Dior, might I add. And given last weekend’s Women’s Marches that took place all over the globe, well, it’s clear this is more than just a statement—this is a declaration. This is a call to arms. This is feminism, and it’s taking over...
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25 Jan

Behold, The Coat All Of Your Favorite Celebs Are Wearing At Sundance

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There are two types of celebrities in the world: those who are weather-proof (think: Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé), and those who actually bundle up when it's cold out. Today, we gather to admire the taste of the latter. Atop the mountains of Park City, Utah, the Sundance Film Festival is well underway, and celebrities are out in full force with some of the coziest outerwear we've seen (outside of our own loyal puffers, that is). Everyone from Aubrey Plaza to Rooney Mara has brought this season's boldest coats to the step-and-repeats of the event, and we're ogling them from lapel to hem. Speaking of lapels, it'd seem the actresses decided to go big instead of going home, with extended collars...
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25 Jan

Maison Margiela’s Subversive Adaptation of the ‘It Bag’

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5AC Shoulder Bag, Maison Margiela Grained calf leather, 27cm x 42cm The conversations surrounding ‘It bags’ are, more often than not, dominated by ideas of elegance; their designs traditionally take inspiration from the agonisingly glamorous Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco, or Jane ‘I exude effortless Parisian chic’ Birkin. It is less common, however, that a bag possessing such potential for ‘It’ status take its references from an obscure counterculture bordering on the ultra-geeky – unless such a piece hails from the always-subversive house of Maison Margiela. Named after the French word ‘sac’, but written out in “L33t speak” – a tech language pioneered by online gamers and messageboard aficionados – the 5AC is a sci-fi take on a calfskin classic, distorted through the lens...
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