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18 Jan

Kirna Zabête Goes To Palm Beach

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Kirna Zabête has been a long-time NYC retail mainstay—holding court in SoHo for 18 years. Now the Beth Buccini-founded boutique is getting new digs in Palm Beach, Florida at The Royal Poinciana Plaza, its fourth location. The preppy locale will serve as the newest backdrop for Kirna Zabête’s bold ready to wear and accessories from designers both big and small. The Steven Gambrel of SR Gambrel designed space has its own personality, but maintains KZ design hallmarks like black and white flooring, pink accents, a red cash wrap and sprawling chandeliers. Go inside the new space and get the low down on how Kirna Zabête goes to Florida from Buccini.

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Why Palm Beach for Kirna Zabête's newest...
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18 Jan

Winning The Woolmark Prize Is a Game-Changer For Indian Designer Ruchika Sachdeva

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When you're an up-and-coming fashion designer gaining recognition can be difficult. Imagine being based in New Delhi, India to boot and you've got the plight of Bodicedesigner Ruchika Sachdeva. “You can be doing something so beautiful but nobody knows about it,” says Sachdeva. But thanks to the International Woolmark Prize things are about to change for the womenswear designer. Since 1953, the International Woolmark Prize has been granted to fashion designers in recognition of their work with wool (past recipients including Karl Lagerfeld, Yves Saint Laurent, and Gabriela Hearst in 2017.) This year, participants from more than sixty countries submitted their merino wool designs, but it was Bodice that took home the ultimate prize over fellow finalists KYE, Harman Grubiša, Le Kilt, David Laport,...
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17 Jan

13 Types of Jeans To Try This Season

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You may be saying 'denim is denim is denim.' But oh dear fashion girls, from less stretch to new washes, a crop here and a flare there, there is much to see in the realm of blue jeans. Shop the new looks and get inspired by the ladies who wear them well.

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The New Flare

It gets the Parisian girl seal of approval—a simple cropped flare in a light wash is easy like Sunday morning at the cafe.

RE/DONE | Levi’s High Rise Crop Flare, $299, shopredone.com.

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The Raw Wash

A no-stretch dark wash denim sits on the precipice of jean and trouser—making them incredibly versatile and impossibly chic. Tibi jeans,...
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16 Jan

The Moon Over Marine Serre A Just-Out-Of-School Designer Captivates Fashion’s Toughest Crowd

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The cornerstone of Marine Serre’s 2016 graduation collection from La Cambre, the Belgian design school, was a print of a tiny crescent moon. Although the celestial symbol has links to a number of cultures and religions, it is most commonly associated with Islam, and it was in that context that Serre used it in her collection, which she named “Radical Call for Love.” Born in 1991, Serre is French, part of a generation that has grown up fearing terrorism but also the reaction to terrorism. The attacks in Paris in November 2015 and in Brussels four months later occurred during her final year at La Cambre. Her collection, which included references to 19th-century dress and contemporary sportswear, was a response to...
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16 Jan

7 Stylish Winter Work Outfits You Won’t Freeze To Death In

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When we consider a "heat wave" anything above 30 degrees, getting dressed for work seems like is a completely daunting task. Wearing the same turtleneck and jeans five times over becomes the new office uniform, and before we know it layering feels like a second job. Don't let your wardrobe suffer with the weather—get inspired with these seven chic options.

Courtesy / Design by Bridget Burns
Courtesy / Design by Bridget Burns

The Soft Classic

A pink cashmere softens the classic leather look, giving you the pop of color you need to combat dreary weather.

Everlane, $100 BUY IT
Urban Outfitters, $89 BUY IT
Kendra Scott, $65 BUY IT
Love Fire, $45 BUY IT

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Courtesy / Design by Bridget Burns
Jump On It The jumper isn't just a summer staple. Throw a turtleneck underneath, add an...
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16 Jan

Gigi Hadid Has a Dazzling Winter White Style Moment After Dark In New York

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Gigi Hadid is a master of vibrant monochromatic dressing and has consistently showcased her ability to pile on shades of the same peppy hue, including millennial pink, with aplomb. It seems the singular style statement can be equally convincing when done in more subdued neutrals. Such was the case when Hadid took a winter white set by Sally LaPointe out to dinner on Sunday night in New York. The smallest details made the biggest difference: A wrist-full of thick shearling embellishment at the sleeves and the cut-out treatment on the sides of her pants added major drama to a minimal palette. She matched her white-hot wardrobe to her newest signature accessory, a Stalvey mini trunk bag. Sharp snakeskin ankle boots, while still tonal, anchored the moment...
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16 Jan

Who Was Claude Cahun, Muse Of Dior’s Pre-Fall Collection?

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Whether getting into character for a costume party or suiting up for an interview, we’ve all engaged fashion as an accomplice for self-(re)invention. Generally speaking, these are rather superficial projections of self, not the deep grapplings with identity and gender that the artist Claude Cahun—name-checked as an inspiration for Christian Dior’s latest Pre-Fall collection—performed in the 1920s and ’30s. Cahun—who was born Lucy Schwob in Nantes, France, and floated the idea of a third sex in her writings—is a well-chosen muse for today, when binary definitions of gender are being challenged. “Shuffle the cards. Masculine? Feminine?” she wrote in her autobiography, Disavowals: “It depends on the situation. Neuter is the only gender that always suits me.” Cahun’s chosen name, like that of her lover,...
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15 Jan

Street Style Stars Prove Oversized Blazers Are a Must-Have

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You can thank Demna Gvasalia for the rise in big blazers—the silhouette was seen on runways from ready-to-wear to couture, from New York to Paris, and all that was in between. Of course, there is more than one kind of oversized blazer out there, and more than one way to wear it.

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Sometimes more is more, and bigger is better.

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Even Carine got in on the action.

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PARIS, FRANCE - SEPTEMBER 30: A guest wears a blue jacket, a white tutleneck, outside CDG Comme des Garcons, during Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2018, on September 30, 2017 in Paris, France. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)

This velvet number is a pop of both color and texture.

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NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 11: Aimee Song is seen outside the 3.1 Phillip Lim show show during New York Fashion Week: Women's S/S 2018 on September 11, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images)

Aimee Song shows how to pull off a full suit.

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Adding some texture to a denim-on-denim look.

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Roberta Benteler wore Balenciaga's structured hourglass jacket...
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15 Jan

6 Outfits In 6 Places In Honolulu With Stylist @pineappleice

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Fashion blogger and freelance wardrobe stylist Lindsey Higa, better known as @pineappleice, is living your dream life. Not only does she live in paradise (really, she was born and raised in Honolulu), but she also has the sartorial chops to make even the most casual errand look chic. When she's not busy with work and travel, she's running around the Hawaiian town in outfits that will have you booking a tropical vacation, ASAP. See six of her best looks to wear to the farmer's market, the pool and beyond.

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To the Surfjack Hotel "Nothing is better than being poolside at The Surfjack Hotel. They have the best pool parties, and it’s a great excuse to dress up your bikini!...
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15 Jan

Rita Ora Takes The Logo Trend To The Next Level In London

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The logo trend seems to be the gift that keeps on giving, at least as far as celebrity style goes. Just last Friday Keyshia Ka’oir flaunted her unabashedly flashy Gucci top and trouser set to sit courtside at this week’s Miami Heat vs New York Knicks game with her husband Gucci Mane. Now Rita Ora is putting her own ladylike spin on the look. She stepped out in London earlier today with fellow singer Liam Payne in a Fendi fur bomber emblazoned with the house’s signature double F monogram, a piece that managed to fuse retro polish with a good dose of cool swagger. She paired the jacket with a blush-colored leather skirt, a modern take on the classic Pink Lady uniform from Grease. That 1950s vibe...
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