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8 Dec

Seven Ways To Wear Fluff, Fuzz And Hair This Winter


Agata Belcen and Nell Kalonji demonstrate how to pull off the hairiest of trends this season, photographed by Jackie Nickerson for AnOther Magazine A/W17

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Long-haired coat by Bottega Veneta, stylist’s own shearling belt, oversized shearling mittens by Max Mara, shearling yeti boots custom-made by Markus Wernitznig. Photography by Jackie Nickerson, Styling by Agata Belcen and Nell Kalonji

Add texture to your winter look in two shakes of a lamb’s tail by throwing on a coat, hat or scarf made from shearling, faux fur or goat hair this season. It was seen aplenty on the runways of A/W17, with the likes of Mrs Prada presenting her Miu Miu collection – heavily laden with bulbous, fluffy silhouettes – against the backdrop of a fuzzy purple runway. Here,...
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13 Nov

A Photographic Tribute To Stacking, Layering And Loading Up

Plaid organza dress, nylon long-sleeved shirt dress and double-zip shearling mini bag by Kenzo, python stilettos by Lanvin. Photography by Tim Elkaïm, Styling by Chloe Grace Press

Tim Elkaïm and Chloe Grace Press chronicle the pieces calling out to be worn all at once for Autumn/Winter 17

In classical sculpture, the ancient Greek goddess Hecate was carved into a polycephalous being, with three heads or faces denoting the various facets of her authority over the earth, sky and sea. Here, for AnOther Magazine A/W17, Chloe Grace Press alludes to the power of Hecate through an edit of pieces which play on multiplicity; clothes and accessories incorporating double, triple and quadruple elements, all in the name of emphasis. Whether a trompe-l’œil heeled patent boot from Maison Margiela, several Chanel necklaces worn at the same time, or duplicated prints from Céline, you too can exude Hecate’s ancient strength with your sartorial choices this season,...
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29 Aug

Trange Is the New Black


Fall 2017 is a season of bizarre, gorgeously bonkers fashion. I dare you to toss convention out the window and join the new freakfest.
There are many advantages to going strange. First and foremost, strange clothing is empowering. Nobody messes with a strange person. I regularly test this theory on the New York subway. Whenever I board the A train in a strange outfit—stripy socks with sandals, flowery man-blouses, straw sombreros, massive shades—I precipitate a flurry of elbow nudges and anxious side-eyes. Too terrified to make eye contact, my fellow travelers immediately revert to playing Ballz on their smartphones. Sometimes people even cover their children’s eyes.

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Michael Avedon

Moschino Couture gown and headpiece.

By dressing as if I am totally...
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7 Jul

Bella Hadid Went Blonde Using Nothing But Glitter


Bella Hadid is currently slaying Paris Fashion week, where you might have noticed that she dyed her hair blonde for Maison Margiela. Except, she didn't. She actually hacked her way to a "blondes have more fun" moment thanks to the power of glitter.


Stylist Eugene Souleiman used a heavy coating of gold glitter/paint on Hadid's hair in the place of dye, and we can all agree that the results are incredible—not to mention incredibly "do try this at home" inspiring.

thank you for blessing me with your touch our QUEEN @patmcgrathreal ❤️❤️❤️ 🖤@maisonmargiela 🖤@jgalliano 🖤
Bella Hadid(@bellahadid)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 7월 5 오전 10:54 PDT

And yeah, you better believe legendary makeup icon Pat McGrath is responsible for that bold lip.

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26 May

7 Icons, 7 Looks


Blast from the Past: Take a journey of vintage style from the '40s to the present, starring icons like Carmen Miranda, Pam Grier and SJP. Chica Chica Boom Chic!



Pile on bold statement jewelry and a fabulous head piece for that extra boom.


Lizzie Fortunato earrings, $185,, Rosie Assoulin top, $695,, Gucci headband, $845,, Lele Sadoughi bracelet, $375,, Atlein skirt, $1,305,, Charlotte Chesnais cuffs, $1,370,, Lele Sadoughi ring, $120,, Gianvito Rossi sandal, $945,



Classic, elegant and polished.

Eddie Borgo earrings, $185,, Lizzie Fortunato belt, $295,, Sea top, $285,,...
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30 Jan

Pat McGrath Outdid Herself at Maison Margiela’s Spring Couture Show


Makeup magician Pat McGrath has never shied away from a subversive look, and this morning was no different. Backstage at Maison Margiela's spring 2017 couture show, McGrath riffed on the modern art references in John Galliano's Artisanal collection, sending models down the runway with glossed cheekbones, 3-D wire details, and cerulean, crimson, and vinyl lips.

Behind the Scenes at the @maisonmargiela Spring-Summer 2017 'Artisanal' Collection designed by #JohnGalliano @jgalliano ⚡️⚡️⚡️ DIVINE glowing skin using #SKINFETISH003 ⚡️⚡️⚡️ styled by @lexyroche hair by @eugenesouleiman #makeupbypatmcgrath #maisonmargiela #pfw
Pat McGrath(@patmcgrathreal)님이 게시한 사진님, 2017 1월 25 오전 8:39 PST

Since McGrath's most mesmerizing runway beauty experiments often hint at her next product launch (glitter lips at Atelier Versace last season yielded Lust 004, McGrath's bedazzled lip kit),...
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25 Jan

Maison Margiela’s Subversive Adaptation of the ‘It Bag’

5AC Shoulder Bag, Maison Margiela Grained calf leather, 27cm x 42cm The conversations surrounding ‘It bags’ are, more often than not, dominated by ideas of elegance; their designs traditionally take inspiration from the agonisingly glamorous Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco, or Jane ‘I exude effortless Parisian chic’ Birkin. It is less common, however, that a bag possessing such potential for ‘It’ status take its references from an obscure counterculture bordering on the ultra-geeky – unless such a piece hails from the always-subversive house of Maison Margiela. Named after the French word ‘sac’, but written out in “L33t speak” – a tech language pioneered by online gamers and messageboard aficionados – the 5AC is a sci-fi take on a calfskin classic, distorted through the lens...
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