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20 Oct

How Fiorucci Staged a Comeback Via Hashtag

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It was the fashion equivalent of a one-two punch.
One Spring morning, Gigi Hadid pushed through paparazzi in a simple white t-shirt with a vintage neon logo: Fiorucci. That same week, Chloe Sevigny wore her Fiorucci logo tee out shopping. Like a signal flare to their respective style tribes, the #Fiorucci hashtag started spreading from Brooklyn to Beverly Hills. And presto—a carefully planned comeback was born (along with tons of blog posts).

Ummmm who had a @fiorucci tee growing up? Me at 12 years old and they are back! Wow! #chloesevigny #fiorucci . . . . . : : : . . #melbournestylist #personalstylist #shopping #fashion #style #love #dailyfashion #makeover #wardrobe #trends #fashioninspo #styleinspiration #clothes #wiwt #streetstyle #lifestyle #wiw #instastyle #instafashion #instagood #igdaily #mum...
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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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Authentic is another element that sets...
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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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12 Oct

Meet Heroine, a New Fashion Site With a Democratic Point Of View

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Although fashion has always been political, Heroine, a new destination for womenswear enthusiasts, seems to embody all the democratic values that we are thirsting for in today’s world. Ahead of its launch at 10AM EST, we caught up with Kristen Dempsey, Heroine’s brand director, to give us the breakdown of what the site is all about and the first look at their site and editorial point of view.

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Tina, Symone, and Brynn shot by Rebekah Campbell to kick off the launch of Heroine.

Why all the hype? Heroine is Grailed’s sister site. In case you aren’t familiar, that’s the curated marketplace for lovers of high-end, secondhand menswear and ultra-hyped up streetwear. Since its launch in 2014, it has famously attracted...
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12 Oct

Tracee Ellis Ross Teases Her New J.C. Penney Capsule Collection

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Tracee Ellis Ross—Black-ish star, consistent best-dressed winner, and daughter of Diana—has announced that you can finally copy her enviable style thanks to a new holiday collection with J.C. Penney.

I’m soooooo excited to announce that I've partnered with @JCPenney to create a holiday collection that I hope empowers women to embrace their joyful spirit. Each piece was imagined and designed by me! Prices range from $12-$75, and sizes range from Small to 3X — for everybody and every body! Available November 12 only at JCPenney! #TER4JCP Photo by @TerryTsiolis Hair by @MarciaHamilton Makeup by @StephenSollitto
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She teased the collaboration on Instagram, giving us a preview of what we can expect from the collection, slated...
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8 Sep

Meet The Ukrainian Designer Behind Bella Hadid’s Favorite Baker Boy Cap

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At some point, Instagram replaced US Weekly as the easiest way to see what celebrities are wearing in real-time. Supermodel vacation pics, airport looks, the red carpet—it's all just a scroll away, which has become a huge advantage for brands (especially when Insta stars are kind enough to tag them). With just one post, our favorite public figures can give a previously unknown fashion label a chance to make it big. This is exactly what happened with the Ukraine’s hottest young hat designer, Ruslan Baginskiy from a picturesque city called Lviv. His break came after Bella Hadid asked to keep one of his eponymous baker boy caps following a photoshoot for Elle Russia’s September 2017 issue. Soon after, the model tagged his brand...
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6 Sep

10 Designers To Watch This New York Fashion Week

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'Tis the season for The Next Big Things, and this crop of New York Fashion Week first-timers has major potential. From Katy Perry's stylist to the art world's worst kept secret, here are 10 new labels ready to break through the hype and into your 2018 wardrobe.

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1 ANON ATELIER
“Elevated basics” are an overdone load, but Anon Atelier’s are really (really) good. Think white leather tanks, millennial pink mechanic jumpsuits, and an oversize denim hoodie redone in raw silk. Designers Alexa Chapman and Jess Stone may be the new kids, but they seem to know what’s up.

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2 EUGENIA KIM This accessory line was born from a bad haircut (really), when its namesake founder realized a good...
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24 Aug

Olivia Palermo Just Designed Her First Collection With Banana Republic, And We Have An Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes Look

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She might be known as the Marchioness of the High-Low Mix, but this fall, Olivia Palermo is fully submerging her Manolo-ed toe into the world of fashion design with her first co-branded collection for Banana Republic.

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Fitting the theme of "twisted classics" and Tolstoyan romance, highlights from the 70-piece (!) range of clothes and accessories include "special weaves crafted in luxury Italian mills," a paisley tie-neck dress, an orange-red double-breasted military coat, and a snakeskin-detail trench, as seen in our exclusive behind-the-scenes image below. (We will not hesitate to fight you for it, should it come to that.)

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But to save yourself having to come to fisticuffs with any overzealous fashion editors who...
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9 Aug

The 18 For ’17

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Twice a year, ELLE travels the globe in search of a new season's very best fashion: the most resonant ideas, the directional 180s, the pieces our editors simply want to snatch off the runway and wear right now. Here, we present our fall hit list, from Raf Simons's debut at Calvin Klein—the indigo ode to Americana seen here—to Miuccia Prada's high-voltage, full- volume shearlings, and much more.

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Denim shirt, $495, pants, $495, both, Calvin Klein Jeans Established 1978, calvinklein.com. Cotton turtleneck, $295, leather boots, $1,395, all, Calvin Klein 205W39NYC. Gold signet ring, Mateo New York, $395.

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Shearling coat, $6,800, boots, wool and feather skirt, $3,400, pony-hair hat, $1,220, leather belt, all,...
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12 Jun

Gosha Rubchinskiy Reveals Upcoming Capsule Collection With Burberry

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Attendees of Gosha Rubchinskiy’s 2018 Spring/Summer presentation in St. Petersburg were in for a surprise, as the show featured eight new pieces Rubchinskiy designed in collaboration with Burberry that will be available in January 2018. Rubchinskiy said, “Burberry has always symbolized the epitome of classic British style to me. Their timeless pieces are the perfect balance to our modern streetwear, creating a great mix. I’m very happy with the result of our collaborative work.” Burberry chief creative and CEO Christopher Bailey, who worked on the collection with Rubchinskiy, had nothing but effusive praise for the designer. “He has an innate cultural sensibility and I was honored when he asked us to collaborate together for his new collection. His reinterpretation of some of...
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