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11 Jan

Miu Miu Is Being Celebrated By Costume Designers

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It’s been quite a year for fashion films, with more and more labels producing interesting short spots to showcase their collections for their campaigns. Miu Miu’s mini-film (The [End) of History Illusion] is the latest to take the spotlight, nabbing a nomination at the prestigious Costume Designers Guild Awards. Directed by Celia Rowlson-Hall, the short is the 14th entry in the fashion house’s Women’s Tales film series and is nominated for the short form design category. The delightfully creepy clip more than deserves special recognition, as it perfectly utilized Miuccia Prada’s vaguely retro collection, right down to the quirky bathing cap-inspired hats. It almost feels as if the clothes were made specifically for the film instead of the runway. Of course some of last...
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11 Jan

The 6 Most Stylish Kids On Instagram

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Whether inspired by their parents or dictating their own style, these fashionable kids have a thing or two to teach the grown-ups. From little Zuri to twins Stella and Blaise and Coco Pink Princess with a casual 457 000 followers, we take a look at the six junior influencers making Instagram their playground.

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With her 1990s inspired style, Zuri shares her vibrant looks with accompanying quotes to thousands of followers. From a sheepskin coat to a Supreme fanny pack and Perfecto biker jacket, the young star has already developed her own style, inspired by the greats.

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Alonso Matteo, 617,000 followers @luisafere Used to standing in...
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11 Jan

6 Beauty Brands With “Nude” Lipstick Shades For All Skintones

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We'll say it over and over again: "nude" is not a color. But, it is a term widely (erroneously) used in the beauty industry to describe a neutral, skin-toned makeup shade. Lipsticks described as "nude" often have a pink, peach, or beige hue but, of course, this is not an accurate representation for people with deeper skin tones. At least campaigns like the artist-led Nude Against Nude, Cover FX's recent #NudeIsNotBeige, and continuous calls for change from YouTube vloggers like Jackie Aina have exposed the problem loudly and clearly. Thankfully, more beauty brands have started stepping up to the plate. It's now easier than ever to find more inclusive options for everyone to achieve that once-elusive your-lips-but-better finish. Ahead, find the companies that have got...
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11 Jan

Lupita Nyong’o Is Slaying These Senegalese Twists

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Lupita Nyong'o can do no wrong in my eyes. I would buy tickets to watch her read the phone book (kids, before the internet and smartphones, people kept contact info like names, address, and phone numbers in actual books). Tuesday night, she stepped out at the National Board of Review Gala in a midriff-baring Balmain two-piece topped off with a mass of Senegalese twists coiffed into a side pony updo by celebrity hairstylist Vernon François. And yes, if you look closely, you can see those baby hairs are laid for the glory of Mother Mary. Peep her hair from the side, and you'll find a few well-placed feed-in braids, adding a cool dimension to the style. It gives the classic '90s look of twists a modern update...
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11 Jan

Jackie Kennedy’s Iconic Sandals Get A Colorful Revamp

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Jackie Kennedy's style may be synonymous with elegant eveningwear and that infamous pink suit, but the former First Lady also had an undeniable knack for vacation attire.
From summers in Hyannis Port to coasting Capri, Jackie had a way of making even the most laidback and effortless of looks glamorous. During one of her trips to Capri, she fell in love with a pair of flat leather sandals that not only became a staple for her vacation style, but also birthed a new brand when she returned to the U.S.: Jack Rogers.

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Jack sandals, $118, SHOP She loved the sandal so much that upon her return to the states, she brought them to a cobbler in Palm Beach, Florida to create additional...
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11 Jan

A Tribute To France Gall, The Iconic Yé-Yé Star

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We pay tribute to France Gall, the influential and original yé-yé girl, who sadly passed away this week

Isabelle Gall (or France, as she is famously known) was born in Paris in 1946. At 16, she broke out onto the pop scene with Sacré Charlemagne, a song about teenage refusal to attend school written by her father, a composer who’d also worked with Edith Piaf. One of the original ‘yé-yé girls’ of the French pop scene, Gall inspired swathes of young fans to bob their hair, and her distinctive child-like voice shaped the sound of 1960s France, in the years before a new wave of rebellion marked by the 1968 student protests. Gall was also inspiration for the original version of the...
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11 Jan

The Yoga Studios To Try In 2018

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Whether you like your yoga one-on-one in a smart studio or prefer to sweat it out in a group class, new studios are popping up all over the French capital. From traditional hatha to kundalini and New Age chroma yoga, the choice of classes is now wider than ever before. Here’s where the Vogue team is signing up this year.

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Bromance Paname

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"At Bromance Paname, we mix gentle exercise with chill-out vibes,” say founders Elise and Audrey. At this hybrid studio where you can also grab a coffee with a friend or curl up with a book, yoga is approached as a sport. Try Hip Hop Yoga, a dynamic class set to a hip-hop soundtrack, or California Barre,...
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11 Jan

Vivienne Westwood’s Colour Palettes For A War On Mediocrity

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As the unstoppable designer presents her A/W18 collection, Ana Kinsella examines its statement-making hues

This week Vivienne Westwood presented her latest collection for Autumn/Winter 2018, and with with her typical off-kilter joie de vivre – rather than staging a fashion show in the midst of a packed schedule, it was presented in the form of a short film, lookbook and corresponding essay titled Don’t Get Killed. Riffing on the theme of war and the contemporary world, the collection sees Westwood take colours often linked to the military or to warfare and reposition them as symbols of hope and optimism. Consider this the latest call-to-arms in Westwood’s own war against mediocrity – the latest chapter in her ongoing attempt to awaken us to the quiet tyranny of our modern way of...
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11 Jan

Mariah Carey’s New Tea-Shirts And Teacups Are Here

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Honey-voiced Mariah Carey's neverending reign as Queen of Shade means she obviously gets to cash in on the joke, right? 1,000% correct. (Though, "shade" as we've always known and loved it is now dead and over; thxforthat, white men).

The beloved founder of "I Don't Know Her," "That Wasn't My Appellation," and similar somesuch cloudy forecasts has just unveiled a new merch set on Twitter. And it is perfect for casually luxe afternoons of tea and cucumber sandwiches with your favorite frenemies.

#Lambily, you asked for it! Here are some tea-shirts for you 😊 😂☕https://t.co/8V5KZkhTEg pic.twitter.com/d5tekGsiiD
— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) 2018년 1월 10일

The tea-shirts (LOL) and mugs feature Mariah's immaculately queenly visage, and the phrase "I Was Told There Would Be Tea." What is...
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11 Jan

Sanity-Saving Poached Chicken And Rice For When Life Is Just Too G-D Loud

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There are a lot of specific things I look for in a recipe by the time January rolls around. I want food that soothes, dishes that are direct (and, ideally, delicious) correctives to the excesses and extremities of the season. After consuming my body weight in punch and pigs in a blanket during the holidays, I want food that feels, if not "healthy," at least "clean." After dragging my bundled and be-coated body through the frigid streets of New York, I need something warming, dishes that bring my internal temperature back to equilibrium. But there's a third thing I'm looking for this time of year that has almost nothing to do with the food I'm going to put in my body and everything to do...
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