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21 Jul

Sorry, French Girls Just Aren’t Into This

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It's not just you, baskets are everywhere right now. The relaxed summer style has long been a favorite of French women, but it's catching on globally too. According to data collected by Paris-based Vestiaire Collective, Parisian trends are taking over just about everywhere. And one tidbit we couldn't help but latch onto is the idea that French women prefer simple sleek bags to overly flashy designer styles. “The basket, like the idea behind the Balenciaga Bazaar, is the ultimate anti bag," says Marie Blanchet, Vestiaire's head of vintage. "French girls don’t obsess over It-bags too much. " According to Vestiaire's data, searches for basket bags are up over 350 percent since last year, an impressive jump for so short a time. So if French-girl style is currently on your radar,...
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20 Jul

Proof You Can Wear a Crop Top For Just About Any Occasion

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We're taking five summertime events and showing you how to wear the official clothing item of the season—a crop top—to each one. No turning back on your abs exercises now.

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On and Off the Beach
A crop top bathing suits does double duty as a regular item of clothing off the beach, too. Just pair it with a denim skirt, slip on your slides, then explore the boardwalk.

Lisa Marie Fernandez Marle-Louise Striped Cotton Bikini, $385; lisamariefernandez.com

Tomas Maier Denim Skirt, $259; mytheresa.com

Proud Mary Fringe Slide Sandal, $148; proudmary.org

Abacá Kahun Basket, $25; needsupply.com

Raen Benson Sunglasses, $170; raen.com

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At Work A collar makes your cropped shirt look work-appropriate, even more so if it's paired with high-waist trousers. Wear with office necessities like...
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20 Jul

10 Stylish Ways To Tie a Silk Scarf, From Fashion Girls

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Accessories are the easiest way to update your wardrobe from season to season. Without overhauling what's already in your closet, you can update your basics with a new belt, statement sunglasses, or even a hat. But there's one particular accessory you should consider an investment piece, as it remains a fail-safe option from season to season, whatever the changing fads and predilections in the fashion world: silk scarves. There's a reason silk scarves—the most old-school accessory of them all—have never gone out of style. They instantly elevate any ensemble while harkening back to a beautiful history of craftsmanship and luxury. What's more, there so many ways to wear them, which you can update with every season or even every wear. So if you've made the...
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19 Jul

Neutral Accessories For Summer & Beyond

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From leather satchels with gilded touches, to suede sandals in a camel hue, neutral accessories can be paired with basically anything. Click through and shop the best of the simplistic shade, with accessories that will take you through summer and beyond.

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Dooney & Bourke bag, $298, dooney.com.

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Ippolita earrings, $1,995, ippolita.com.

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Vince sandals, $250, vince.com.

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Chloé bag, $1,550, neimanmarcus.com.

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Tiffany & Co. earrings, $4,000, similar styles available at tiffany.com.

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Marion Parke sandals, $625, shopBAZAAR.com.

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Burberry bag, $1,795, burberry.com.

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17 Jul

Vanda Jacintho Jewelry

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My jewelry choices are always evolving (and revolving) and thanks to the discovery of Brazilian designer Vanda Jacintho’s accessories collection, I’ve been lured back on the statement jewelry wagon. I’m loving all the oversized wood and resin bangles and necklaces and mismatched, shoulder sweeping earrings. Bold and so beautiful.

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17 Jul

Lady Gaga Loves Supreme, Kendall Jenner Does The White Boot

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By now, news of the canceled Louis Vuitton x Supreme pop-ups have made the rounds—but you’d never know by looking at Instagram, where celebrities have certainly been showing their love for the collaboration. First up was Drake: The emotional crooner known for his sleazy-chic style sported a monogram denim jacket, appropriately accessorized with a large wine glass. Lady Gaga also gave a digital shoutout by donning a red coat, leather rucksack, and weekender bag to rep the capsule. Those weren’t the only logos popping up on our feed this week. Curro Verdugo posed for a mirror selfie toting an emerald green, floral print Gucci bag that took up nearly a third of the frame, while Hailey Benton Gates displayed some...
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14 Jul

This Is The Fashion Set’s Favorite Summer Accessory

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Let there be more fans. Not the selfie-taking, barrier-upending kind, but the breeze-making, ha-I'm-from-another-century kind. It's one more thing to wedge into your straw basket, sure, but well worth the two seconds of trouble when your train gets stuck underground and the AC malfunctions. Other pros: that satisfying THWAP sound, can function as an instrument of seduction. See seven inspiration photos below.

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Or you could no-bag it for the breeziest summer outfit of all. In complementary pastels, an accordion fan to wave lazily in front of your face/smack other people in their faces if they're rude is the only accoutrement you need.

BUY IT: Fern Fans, $77, fernfans.com.

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14 Jul

And With The Return Of The Tube Top, We Are Officially Living In 2005

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Ever so slowly, the tube top crept back into our collective consciousness before we could say "Smocking! Begone!" But maybe it's not so bad this time around? Even with the tiny sunglasses that have somehow also survived the bonfire of the aught-ities? To help you arrive at a decision, a collection of photos ahead.

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Before we officially start, a refresher on what people wore in 2000. Look at the sequins. The implied stretchiness. The spoon-bowl-size lenses on the sunglasses! Those were the days—or not.

SHOP SIMILAR: Roberi and Fraud sunglasses, $195; roberiandfraud.com.

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Now look at Kendall, who could've stepped out from the first photo. What marks this as...
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12 Jul

The Return Of Super Small Sunglasses

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Just when you thought we were running out of trends to revive from the '90s, another nostalgic piece has slowly been making its comeback: teen, tiny sunglasses. Though not entirely practical for UV ray protection (and you know, actually blocking the sun from your eyes), the micro frames reigned as the ultimate cool girl statement in the '90s and early 2000s. Now making their return as the shades of choice for the It girls of 2017 (namely Bella Hadid) and the fashion blogger set, the retro frames are officially back. Shop the looks of the season below.

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Extra small specs quickly rose as the ultimate edgy eyewear statement of the '90s, worn by every cool...
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10 Jul

Inside Goyard, The World’s Most Elusive Luxury Brand

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Busy Beverly Hills moms pile everything into them, in Cannes and Biarritz, they make the perfect beach tote, and during a 14-hour international flight, they're filled with all the necessities for the seasoned jetsetter. Goyard, the French luxury house—with its easily recognizable chevron-printed canvas and leather travel goods—has become one of the most coveted, albeit under the radar, brands in the world. Goyard doesn't advertise. It doesn't sell online. It doesn't pay celebrities to be photographed sporting its wares, and its executives rarely (if ever) give interviews. Yet somehow, the brand has cemented its status as a major luxury fashion player—alongside designers like Louis Vuitton and Hermès—with seemingly little effort. The company's business has flourished from the beginning, virtually by word-of-mouth, through cliques...
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