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30 Nov

Zendaya Calls Genderless Fashion The Future

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Genderless Fashion
It’s hard to believe Zendaya Coleman is just 21 years old. She has already made quite a name for herself as a singer, actress, spokesperson, designer, and we can’t get enough of the Black girl magic that radiates from her. She can take on any trend, make it her own, and in the process, start a completely new trend at the same damn time (and that’s no easy feat). Which is why we trust her judgement. Whatever she says goes, okay? So when the young mogul, who we consider to be the future, calls something else the future, we listen up. Because she isn’t a stranger to using her power and influence to be the change she wants to see in the world. On her app,...
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10 Nov

Jimmy Choo Taps Cara Delevingne To Model Unisex Shoes And The Sparkliest Boots You’ve Ever Seen 😍😍😍

Tom Craig

Cara Delevingne may be busy promoting her new book and starring in must-see movies, but the It Brit recently returned to her modeling roots for Jimmy Choo's latest campaign.
In a new editorial and short film, Delevingne sports what the brand touts as "unisex" flats and super-sparkly boots from its Cruise 2018 collection. The fur-lined, beaded and glitter-clad styles arrive just in time for the holidays.
The flat, androgynous designs are from Jimmy Choo's "Borrowed from the Boys" collection, which offers a range of men's loafers in women's sizes. The iteration Delevingne wears in the new campaign is the Tedi, which is accented with rabbit fur. There's also the velvet-covered Marti and crystal-encrusted Marlo styles.

Tom Craig
Tom Craig
The model and actress, who has previously opened up...
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31 Aug

Agent Provocateur’s Founder Is Launching Gender-Fluid Lingerie

Brett Lloyd

Look out for Les Girls Les Boys.

The founder of ultra-sexy (and sometimes racy) lingerie brand Agent Provocateur is moving on to something less kinky and more progressive: a gender-fluid underwear line. Serena Rees, who established Provocateur in 1994 (and eventually sold it off a decade ago), is launching Les Girls Les Boys—a lingerie label featuring intimates, underwear, and streetwear that isn't confined to one gender. The brand launches on September 1 with a debut collection of 100 pieces. The aesthetic is much more toned down than Agent Provocateur's, ditching pasties, lace bodices, and BDSM-esque straps for minimalist designs inspired by streetwear (hence, an appeal to millennials). There are graphic tees, comfy-looking sports bras and bodysuits, and sweats. Perhaps most notable...
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