Zendaya is in the midst of her The Greatest Showman press tour, and with the help of her star stylist Law Roach, Zendaya stepped out in six sparkly, glorious ensembles yesterday in New York City. Here they are, in their full splendor:
The Golden Globe-Worthy Coat (fittingly just as nominees were announced)
In Giuseppe di Morabito, Paul Andrew heels, and carrying a Bienen-Davis handbag.
The Ring Leader Polka-Dot Power Suit
In Mary Katrantzou and Casadei heels.
The Rorschach Pink and Orange Skirt
In Stella Jean and Casadei heels.
The '70s-esque Jumpsuit and Brown Leather Vest
In Chloé and Sergio Rossi.
The Sparkly Emerald Houndstooth Coat
Instagram:@chinatownprettyFounders:Andria Lo (photographer) and Valerie Luu (writer)Current location:San Francisco Bay AreaFollowers:About 7,000The gist:@chinatownpretty is a porthole onto senior style in various Chinatowns across the United States. Whether they are scouting San Francisco, their home base, or on a trip to downtown New York, the writer-photographer duo has an eagle eye for well-dressed men and women of a certain age. And each new look comes with an intriguing story. We learn that one octogenarian made her striking mustard yellow shirt with leftover fabric from her seamstress gig and that the couple sporting matching pink hats has been married for 64 years. Another pair in custom-made yellow sweatshirts exercises together every day. Talk about commitment.
For all her mega successes, we’d argue that onscreen, Octavia Spencer really hasn’t gotten a fair shake, sartorially speaking: She’s donned a midcentury maid’s uniform (The Help), dystopian hippie garb (The Divergent Series: Allegiant), and mousy secretarial layers (last year’s NASA heartwarmer, Hidden Figures). This month, Spencer, 47, returns to the big screen in The Shape of Water, Guillermo del Toro’s twisted Cold War fairy tale. Her look? Drab janitorial dresses. And in next month’s pulp thriller Small Town Crime, she’s again stuck in dowdy cardigans. Maybe that’s why in real life, the effervescent Oscar winner is all about leopard prints, spa days, and look-at-me lashes.
The beret is back and, thanks to Instagram, cooler than ever. From the brigade of leather berets down Dior's Fall 2017 runway to the likes of Bad Gal Riri, Bella Hadid, and all your favorite influencers, there are an endless number of ways to wear the French hat this season. If you're unsure about how to style the beret without looking like a cliché tourist visiting Paris for the first time, look no further than these women who've mastered the look both on and off Instagram. Plus, shop our favorites of the season.
While things went decidedly belly-up in pretty much every other arena, at least we had nice clothes in 2017. But as all good things must end to make room for even better things, here are 10 trends we expect you can fondly say so long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye to—until next time.