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28 Feb

4 Trendy New Nail Color Combinations

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If you tend to get stuck in a nail rut with your normal neutrals or pastel pinks, there’s no better place to look than the quirky runways of New York Fashion Week for a little out-of-the-box inspiration.

1.Prabal Gurung Fall

 The inspiration behind this look was the idea of nails being dipped in a paint bucket. It’s a super easy take on the negative space trend. Simply swipe on a clear base coat, then use the color of your choice to draw a straight line across the middle of the nail. Use two coats to fill in from that line to the tip of the nail. Finish with a clear top coat.

To buy: JinSoon in Auspicious, $18; nordstrom.com.

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28 Feb

The Cultish Backstage Product Behind Fendi’s Cool Girl Hair

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Slick Woods and Bella Hadid
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Slick Woods and Bella Hadid / Photographed by Kevin Tachman
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Sora Choi / Photographed by Kevin Tachman
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Romee Strijd / Photographed by Kevin Tachman
“Cool girl hair,” declared Sam McKnight, as he tightly wound Bella Hadid’s dark strands around a pair of tongs. The backstage hairstylist was summarizing the look at Fendi this morning, where Karl Lagerfeld hoped to summon a breath of fresh air for the Italian house by way of a diverse cast of young faces. That meant a serious embrace of natural texture and personal style—see the curls coaxed outward and upward on Selena Forrest and Imaan Hammam, or Manuela Sanchez’s neatly clipped Afro. Sohyun Jung and Nina Milner wore their newish boy cuts enhanced with a cloud of McKnight’s forthcoming texturizing spray; appropriately called Cool...
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28 Feb

This New Copper Instagram Trend Takes Metallics to a Whole Other Level

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While it’s easy to find copper decor everywhere from accents to furniture, people are beginning to use this “rough-luxe” look on an even larger scale. The latest Instagram trend — the copper wall — creates quite the statement in your home. Scroll on for inspo that’ll have you running to the hardware store STAT.

Bright idea. 💡 When you're feeling down, try adding a metallic accent wall into your home. Because a shiny wall can brighten even the dullest of days, right? | photo: Stephan Lucius Lemke
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Designer Tom Dixon is often credited with kicking off the home trend, thanks to his frequent usage of the metal in his entire collection, especially his pendants. When reflected, copper creates a sort of rosy glow that gives off all the warm ‘n’ cozy vibes...
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27 Feb

Style From The Via

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Diego Zuko captures all of the style off the runway in Italy.

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Bazaar's Amanda Alagem

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27 Feb

Being Too Lazy to Get Bang Trims Is Cool Now

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If you’ve figured out the answer to beauty’s number-one question — Should I get bangs? — you know that the follow-up to that question is, When should I come in for a bang trim. If you’re a Prada girl, never, and don’t worry about it. This season’s Prada girls are too busy to go to the salon every six weeks for a bang trim. Backstage at Prada, Guido Palau gave eight or nine lucky models his signature transformational haircuts.

Photo: Pietro D'aprano/Getty Images
Photo: Pietro D'aprano/Getty Images
For model Amanda Murphy, she evolved over the course of several hours from long hair to blunt shoulder-length hair to a page-boy cut, with Palau and his team cutting until a half-hour before the show. “She’s a...
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27 Feb

Bella Hadid Channels a Hole-Era Courtney Love In Milan

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Bella Hadid took her moody supermodel style into another realm today during Milan Fashion Week when she stepped out à la Courtney Love from her Hole frontwoman days. Like the singer, who often wore thigh-skimming baby doll dresses and slinky slips during her ‘90s rock ’n’ roll days, Hadid combined the two schools of sexy and grunge. She wore a slinky Dsquared2 tartan dress trimmed with revealing lace, and topped off the outfit with an oversize fringe coat and bedazzled booties that added some tough biker-babe appeal. Though Hadid could have easily passed for an extra in Love’s moody music video “Doll Parts” from 1994, she did make the look her own, opting for a touch of luxe: a colorful patterned...
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27 Feb

H&M and Zara Larsson Have Your Spring Wardrobe Covered

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If you’re a pop star, you can go the expected route of throwing a party to celebrate the release of your first full-length album, but if you’re Zara Larsson, you team up with H&M to share your new music and create an exclusive capsule collection. Just in time for your spring wardrobe planning, the retailer and the Swedish singer who was named of Time magazine’s 30 Most Influential Teens of 2016, will launch the special collection that Larsson developed with H&M’s design team in selected stores and online at hm.com on May 18. “I’m so happy to be working with H&M on this collaboration,” Larsson said in a statement. “I’ve always loved the brand, they’re fun and accessible to all kinds of...
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24 Feb

The Best Milan Fashion Week Parties + Front Row

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See who's wearing what on the front rows and at the most exclusive after parties.

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Caroline Vreeland in Fendi

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Chiara Ferragni in Fendi

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24 Feb

7 Trends We Spotted At London Fashion Week

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Much has been written about the death of Fashion Week. Digital access means you can see everything, anytime. The difficulty faced by traditional print media means fewer editors can get to the shows, and the whole “See Now, Buy Now,” deal? Well, it can make you wonder who fashion week is meant to reach anymore. But in London, arguably the youngest of the big four (New York, London, Milan and Paris), the industry seemed alive and kicking. London has always been a bit different from the other cities. It’s on it’s own, double decker, speed. Designers like Ashishthrive on this island, as do storied under-the-radar heritage brands like Pringle of Scotland and Mulberry. It’s different from Paris or New York, and...
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24 Feb

The London Fashion Week Looks That Shut. It. Down.

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At New York Fashion Week, the style set braved blizzards and a snow-covered backdrop. But once we touched down in London, we were welcomed with significantly warmer temperatures and the sun making a rare February appearance. But just how did fashion editors, social media stars, and models fare with the sudden switch from winter wardrobe to spring styling? Pretty damn well. What LFW brought was a fresh dose of irreverence and playful dressing, with patent leather pants, oversized blazers (shoulder pads very much included), and lots of frayed hems (Marques'Almeida, the label behind the denim fab, is, of course, London-based). Other homegrown brands popped up quite a bit, with Christopher Kane dresses, J.W. Anderson bags, and Nicholas Kirkwood shoes spotted frequently...
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