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19 Oct

Off-White’s Fan-Favorite Sneaker Are Finally Available For Women

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Virgil Abloh has been killing it lately—between his recent Spring/Summer 2018 Off-White collection being the talk of Paris fashion week, to his out-of-nowhere collab with Jimmy Choo, it seems he is never out of ways to satiate our biggest desires.
Today, mytheresa.com is launching an exclusive collaboration with the designer's lauded line, featuring a first-ever women’s version of his 3.0 sneaker. The shoes come in three colorways (solid white, white with light pink, and white with black), and feature orange tags on the front, encapsulating Abloh’s subversive, thoughtful take on street style. Sneakerheads will appreciate how similar the shoes have remained to the men’s “low” version. Fingers crossed that if all goes well, the “high” version (with an extended back) will be produced for the ladies soon.

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19 Oct

Misbhv, The Next Big Name In Streetwear, Launches Shoes

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When Rihanna, A$AP Rocky, and Bella Hadid start wearing a brand you haven't heard much about, it's usually a good sign to take notice. And in the case of Misbhv, the Polish luxury streetwear label that just launched a shoe collection (and has a top-secret upcoming collaboration with a major sneaker brand next August) the time to get in-the-know is now.
“Growing up and being fascinated with streetwear, with skater boys, with snowboards or basketball, which I was myself, was different," explains founder and designer Natalia Maczek. “Streetwear is an industry ruled by boys. But what makes us different is the fact that it’s filtered by the girls, or women’s approach to it.”

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MISBHV FALL/WINTER 2017. / ALEXANDRA GORDIENKO
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19 Oct

Candice Huffine Stars In CR’s High-Fashion Version Of #Fitspo

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As seen in the casting direction of many of the shows this season, inclusivity is finally on the minds of fashion. But think about the last time you saw that message come through when purchasing a pair of leggings or a sports bra. Even via the #fitspo hashtag on Instagram, it's not hard to see the lack of diversity when it comes to this idea of what being in shape looks like. For women that do not fit that mold, it’s frustrating, and CR-favorite Candice Huffine is doing something about it. “We’ve been working tirelessly to change the fashion industry, but switching up the people who represent the fitness world is vital,” she explains. “I get my motivation from seeing women who look like me, or...
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19 Oct

Break Out The Flatiron: Flipped Ends Are Clawing Their Way Back

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Last week, the internet learned that Bella Hadid talks like she's doing one long audition for 21 Jump Street. Before we reveal why this is relevant, let us first revisit her legendaryComplex interview because it is a terrific waste of seven minutes, plus you could time the pause between the "gonna" and "like" in the "homeboy's gonna, like, get it."

But there's another reason to pay special attention to Bella Hadid—and that would be her hair in this video, which is worn flipped out at the ends like we used to do in the late '90s/early aughts! Gah! It's baaaack. This isn't the first time Bella has pulled out ye olde wrist flick with a flatiron or round brush (provided you have the dexterity to end...
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19 Oct

Those Weird Spots On Your Face Could Actually Be Melasma

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Recently, I was chatting with a friend who mentioned how her skin suddenly developed a weird, blotchy, brownish rash when she was on vacation. “It looked like a bunch of acne scars above my lip and on my forehead, so I thought it was just a new crop of freckles,” she said. But, when she finally went to the dermatologist after three weeks of my daily, pushy reminders, she discovered it was not, in fact, freckles, but melasma—a skin condition that can happen to literally anyone. *Cue scary music* Just kidding; it’s not the kiss of death, but it is incredibly annoying. “Melasma is a complex condition that causes hyperpigmented patches on the skin,” says all-around skin wizard, Annie Chiu, MD,...
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19 Oct

This Instagram Video Proves That Red Concealer Is The Key To Flawless Skin

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Fact: Color-correcting is confusing. I’m a beauty editor with a lifetime of hardcore love and devotion to studying makeup, and I still have to take a second when faced with a concealer palette filled with 60 shades. And if you’ve got darker skin—as in, olive, golden, or almond shades that tend toward greenish undertones—color-correcting can be an even trickier endeavor, because most concealers were not made with your skin tone in mind. Because the makeup industry, well, let's just say it's come a long way but we're not quite there yet. But that’s where red concealers come in. Yes, bright-red, lipstick-looking concealers, which are swiped over dark circles and dark patches to cancel out the green-ish, blue-ish undertones present in darker...
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17 Oct

Alicia Vikander Hints At Her (Potential) Wedding Dress In Ibiza

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Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender are rumored to be getting married this weekend in Ibiza. And while the Oscar winner conquered the front row during fashion week in Louis Vuitton’s directional designs, Vikander’s sundress, worn yesterday, could provide hints at her bridal style. Vikander often graces the red carpet in sweeping ensembles from Louis Vuitton, Prabal Gurung, and Rodarte—yesterday’s dress captured the same effortless vibe, but in bride-friendly white.
The intricately woven sleeves and hem form a girlish foil to the clean, dotted palette. Taupe flat sandals grounded the look with simple polish, while heart-shaped sunglasses alluded to upcoming nuptials in paparazzi-proof fashion.

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17 Oct

Revisiting Coco Chanel’s Apartment

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Coco Chanel's hat shop first opened its doors at 21 rue Cambon in Paris. After finding success—and with it, the need to expand—the legendary designer moved operations down the street, to the now-iconic 31 locale in 1918. Purchasing the entire building, this is where Mademoiselle Chanel housed the new boutique, a presentation space for her collections, and her apartment, which has remained untouched today. Of course, calling it an apartment is a bit misleading as it is not a living space—there's no bedroom because she preferred the Ritz—but rather a parlor for entertainment. Over the past decades, this deeply-personal abode has captured the interests of countless, so it comes to no surprise that to commemorate its latest timepiece today, the...
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17 Oct

Why Yujin Seo Is The Next Korean Model Poised To Go Global

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A new slew of Korean models dominated this Fashion Week circuit, so naturally, the hunt for the next stunner from Seoul is on. As the city’s Spring 2018 shows begin today, one particularly striking unknown is worth watching: Yujin Seo, the 17-year-old with the one-of-a-kind face that has taken the local fashion industry by storm. In a makeshift tent behind the DDP show venue, the Seoul-born and raised model sits down for a quick chat between fittings, wearing a white lace Gucci dress and cradling a bottle of green tea. She has the shy, sweet manner of a high school student (which she is) who has suddenly found herself in desperate demand. But no one forced her into the industry; Seo fell in love with...
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17 Oct

The Problem With Your Bachelorette Party

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The news comes, inevitably, by phone: a call from your friend, or a picture text chirping a “left hand update!,” or an Instagram post with the engagement ring blinking out below a fresh manicure. And you’re happy for your friend, you are, because she and her bae are perfect together, and/or you've been hearing a lot about how ready she was for it to happen, and/or you know she’s been dreaming about her wedding ever since, as a toddler, she latched onto that final scene from TThe Little Mermaid (the objectively creepy one where Ariel dons a white gown and boards a ship with this near-stranger named Eric, and they wave cheerily to the family and community she’s leaving behind). But...
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