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The last few days have been filled with so much Taylor content—and we’re definitely not complaining. With The Tortured Poets Department release, a surprise extended version titled The Anthology, and a music video for the single ‘Fortnight’, we literally haven’t been able to catch our Swiftie breath. And along with the record-breaking album, Swift released
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We heartily endorse adding trending shapes to your eyewear collection (hello, slim ovals!), but while you’re at it, why not embrace frames that seamlessly fuse your fashion sense with a nod to sustainability? The Calvin Klein Eyewear Naturals collection looks great, of course—the brand has long been at the forefront of minimalist design—but it also
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In Paris, signs of this summer’s Olympics are everywhere: stadiums are being constructed throughout the city, including one right under the Eiffel Tower, the Siene is being cleaned up for its close-up, and Parisians are renting their homes, fleeing as an estimated 15 million visitors descend. Last week, Nike got in on the excitement leading
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What’s your ideal setting for some rest and relaxation? For me, it’s a warm bubble bath. The ambiance of a dark, candlelit bathroom and the sound of a running faucet help me totally unwind; it’s almost like an out-of-body experience. Throughout my life, my mom similarly dedicated her “me time” to baths, so it’s no
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Roberto Cavalli passed away today at 83 in Florence, Italy. The famed designer started hisnamesake brand in the mid-1970s by working primarily with animal print leathers, which quickly became a signature. By the ’90s, he expanded to billowing silk dresses, printed corset tops, and l0w-slung denim jeans that, to this day, are still coveted among
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What makes an It Bag an It Bag? These days, with oversaturated markets and a deluge of ads on social media, it can be harder to stand out. Back in 2001, however, the fashion calendar was less jam-packed and the opportunity for placements on A-listers felt organic; thus, the birth of an icon occurred: the
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I tore through my apartment like a junkie, craving my ex’s scent. I couldn’t say exactly what that scent was, only that he—we’ll call him X—had one when he was mine. After five years together, X and I had parted just some months earlier. The possibility of a lingering cologne didn’t feel unrealistic. I came
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To say Paloma Elsesser has carved out her niche in the fashion industry would be an understatement. The New York It Girl-turned-model has redefined what it means to be a contemporary woman, both in the industry and in the world at large. With her push for true inclusivity—not just surface-level tokenism—she’s taken up space for
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Consider the humble cactus. A resident of this planet well before humans emerged, outliving both us and the elements, it’s playing nature’s ultimate version of the long game. For Adrián López Velarde and Marte Cázarez Duarte, it also might be the spiky secret to solving fashion’s waste problem. After meeting while studying abroad in Taiwan—and
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No one needed to make sunglasses cool–it’s in their DNA. From Neo’s miniscule frames in The Matrix to Holly Golightly’s much-copied oversize pair in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, sunglasses have been used to both tell and hide our favorite stories. Often underrated but never overlooked, the glasses we wear live lives unique to their category. They
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There’s a moment in the life of every clotheshorse when a dedication to sartorial acquisition crosses into a different breed of hunger. For me, for a while, it was an altruistic mission. There I was, in a Thrift Town in San Antonio, Texas, in the late ’90s, a recent transplant from Hong Kong in my
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Courtesy of Rosario Hevia In northern Chile, roughly 59,000 tons of secondhand clothing arrives in ships from the United States, Europe, and Asia every year. Some is resold, but what is unsalvageable, roughly 39,000 tons, ends up in a trash dump in the Atacama desert, a fashion graveyard in the driest desert in the world.
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Hunter Abrams It was 2004, the year of “Nipplegate” at the Super Bowl halftime show and sexist late-night talk show barbs. Ambition, Tory Burch recalls, was a dirty word for women back then, to the point where she recalls “shying away when a journalist asked me [about it] in a sort of negative way” as
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