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Open Thread: Let’s Talk About History 20 Apr 5:30pm Open Thread: Let’s Talk About History
News in style books, answering a reader’s questions about trends and remembering the tragic Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh.
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Upcycled denim & sustainable lace: fashion to feel good about this spring 20 Apr 10:02am Upcycled denim & sustainable lace: fashion to feel good about this spring
Ethical and sustainable are the biggest buzzwords in fashion at the moment. Here are five brands trying to knit social consciousness with style this spring
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Stella McCartney: ‘Only 1% of clothing is recycled. What are we doing?’ 18 Apr 1:08pm Stella McCartney: ‘Only 1% of clothing is recycled. What are we doing?’
The designer’s ethical stance made her a style outsider – but now the industry is finally catching up. Ahead of a new V&A show, she talks about reclaiming her name, the joy of nature and the trouble with fast fashion Stella McCartney is a designer, a businesswoman and an environmental activist, but of the three, she says, fashion will always come first. “It has to, you see. Because the only way for
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Juliana Hatfield: Pop, Punk---and Olivia Newton-John? 18 Apr 12:03pm Juliana Hatfield: Pop, Punk---and Olivia Newton-John?
The cult favorite’s new album is a surprising tribute that reinvents songs from the 1970s darling in her own style.
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On the Runway: Barbara Bush: Soft Power in Fake Pearls 18 Apr 8:29am On the Runway: Barbara Bush: Soft Power in Fake Pearls
The former first lady’s legacy and approach to her role was reflected in her signature style.
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Inside Tattoo Street Style – in pictures 16 Apr 5:34am Inside Tattoo Street Style – in pictures
Alice Snape’s striking directory of inkings, which encompasses London, Brighton, Paris, Berlin, New York, Melbourne, Amsterdam and LA, is a comprehensive portraiture collection of tattoo aficionados. Here’s a preview
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Open Thread: Open Thread: This Week in Style News 13 Apr 5:30pm Updated Open Thread: Open Thread: This Week in Style News
Imagining a fashion world without Anna Wintour, Beyoncé heads to the music festival — and more.
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Style Q. & A.: Is British English Conquering America, or Vice Versa? 13 Apr 4:54pm Updated Style Q. & A.: Is British English Conquering America, or Vice Versa?
In the era of Anglocreep, Americans are adopting Britishisms like “bloody” and “brilliant,” and talking like James Corden. But are Britons freaking out about Americreep?
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noted: Knytblus, Sweden’s Take on the Pussy-Bow Blouse, Rallies a Nation 13 Apr 4:32pm noted: Knytblus, Sweden’s Take on the Pussy-Bow Blouse, Rallies a Nation
Swedes showed feminist support by reviving a “Dress for Success”-era style.
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2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake: A Souped-Up Station Wagon for Crossover Drivers 13 Apr 2:53pm Updated 2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake: A Souped-Up Station Wagon for Crossover Drivers
European-style wagons like the Jaguar XF Sportbrake are lighter, faster, more nimble and can haul a heck of a lot more than crossovers. Dan Neil gets behind the wheel to show U.S. drivers what they’re missing.
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Guitarist Lists Pebble Beach, Calif., Mansion for $40 Million 10 Apr 10:31am Guitarist Lists Pebble Beach, Calif., Mansion for $40 Million
Jazz guitarist Ron Wright is seeking $40 million for his Pebble Beach, Calif., Tudor-style mansion.
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Profile in style: Back to the Early ’80s With Michael Kors 9 Apr 5:50am Profile in style: Back to the Early ’80s With Michael Kors
The celebrated designer first made his name four decades ago, in Manhattan. Here, he shares some of his many inspirations.
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Fit for a king: a Prince Harry style makeover 7 Apr 6:00am Fit for a king: a Prince Harry style makeover
He’s already upped his game since meeting Meghan, but what should he wear after he becomes Mr Markle? By
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On the ball: what to wear to watch the World Cup – in pictures 6 Apr 2:00pm On the ball: what to wear to watch the World Cup – in pictures
Regardless of whether you plan to watch the World Cup this summer, it’s worth dressing for the event. Cheer on your team in style in these outfits ideal for the football
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Encounters: Josh Peskowitz, a New York Man of Style, Dives Into California’s Coastal Currents 5 Apr 5:00pm Updated Encounters: Josh Peskowitz, a New York Man of Style, Dives Into California’s Coastal Currents
A hero among the men’s wear set, Mr. Peskowitz has brought his urban sensibility to the West Coast, where he runs the cult boutique Magasin.
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It-Girl Style Trick: Wearing Silky Robes By Day 5 Apr 9:47am It-Girl Style Trick: Wearing Silky Robes By Day
From Beyoncé to street-style star Veronika Heilbrunner, tastemakers are throwing kimono-esque wraps over jeans. How to get the look.
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List of Five: Mathew Barzal, Star Rookie of the New York Islanders, on His Style Goals 4 Apr 11:25pm List of Five: Mathew Barzal, Star Rookie of the New York Islanders, on His Style Goals
The professional hockey player is into baggy T-shirts, slim jeans and whatever ASAP Rocky wears.
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A Day in the Life of Eleven Madison Park Designer Brad Cloepfil 4 Apr 6:07pm Updated A Day in the Life of Eleven Madison Park Designer Brad Cloepfil
The architect and designer is not known for a signature style—and he likes it that way.
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What I wore this week: a waterproof 30 Mar 8:00am What I wore this week: a waterproof
A showerproof outfit doesn’t need to relinquish all style Looking stylish in the rain is advanced-level, letters-after-your-name level chic.
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Me Time: Catching Up With California-Style Woo-Woo 28 Mar 5:00am Me Time: Catching Up With California-Style Woo-Woo
Back on the West Coast, where she grew up, our columnist does bodywork with a Pilates witch and consults a healer to reclaim her feminine power.
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Encounters: Timbaland, the ’90s Hip-Hop Producer, Hunts for Old-School Tees 22 Mar 5:12pm Encounters: Timbaland, the ’90s Hip-Hop Producer, Hunts for Old-School Tees
The producer behind R&B stars including Aaliyah and Ginuwine pays a visit to Procell, the Lower East Side boutique devoted to 1990s style.
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The best spring outfits for a day at the lido – in pictures 22 Mar 5:00am The best spring outfits for a day at the lido – in pictures
Make a style splash with this poolside-approved look
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Jean queen: how to pull off denim-on-denim 20 Mar 1:44pm Jean queen: how to pull off denim-on-denim
Once only for cowboys and Shakin’ Stevens, layered denim is back in a big way. Here’s how to style your own yee-haa moment The so-called Canadian tuxedo has come a long way since Britney and Justin wore eye-popping matching all-denim outfits to the American Music Awards more than 15 years ago. Now, denim-on-denim is genuinely fashionable, worn by Rihanna, Gigi Hadid and Kylie Minogue, who
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L.A. Home With Resort-Style Amenities Listed for Almost $50 Million 16 Mar 10:42am L.A. Home With Resort-Style Amenities Listed for Almost $50 Million
The 36,000-square-foot compound is owned by an LLC affiliated with an Iranian family.
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Model Lera Abova: ‘I would rather be risky than be everyone’s cup of tea’ 13 Mar 7:56am Model Lera Abova: ‘I would rather be risky than be everyone’s cup of tea’
The cover star of the Guardian and Observer’s twice-yearly style magazine,
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Hubert de Givenchy, creator of style icons, dies aged 91 12 Mar 10:20am Hubert de Givenchy, creator of style icons, dies aged 91
The aristocratic French designer dressed Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy in her White House years French haute couturier Hubert de Givenchy, the aristocratic fashion designer whose understated style represented a golden age of elegance, has died aged 91.
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Déjà you? The rise of the five-year trend 10 Mar 3:30am Déjà you? The rise of the five-year trend
Fashion used to operate on two seasons a year. Now trends are staying in fashion for years, not months. From now on, fads are out and personal style is in Read more from the spring/summer 2018 edition of
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The best high-street cleansing creams | Sali Hughes 10 Mar 3:00am The best high-street cleansing creams | Sali Hughes
Cleansing creams need not cost a fortune Cleansing cream doesn’t enjoy much attention these days. Skincare experts favour melting balms or Japanese-style oils, consumers prefer wipes and foaming washes, but a simple cream has much to recommend it. It’s versatile, removing makeup well at night ( I don’t believe a double cleanse is necessary on lighter days, and I use it for my second cleanse only when wearing foundation and/or sunblock), and refreshing an already clean-ish face nicely in the morning without being so rich as to feel like overkill. I don’t believe cleansing creams need to cost a fortune, either; I take the view that if one is to economise, one should start with what sinks down the plughole, not with what stays on the skin. The cheapest of my favourites is
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Cowboy boots, ice-cream and the occult: style trends for spring/summer 2018 9 Mar 2:15am Cowboy boots, ice-cream and the occult: style trends for spring/summer 2018
The Burberry check is back, Loewe gets crafty and Stuart Vevers pays homage to Keith Haring – plus everything else you need to know to be on-trend this season Read more from the spring/summer 2018 edition of
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The best anoraks for men of all ages – in pictures 9 Mar 2:00am The best anoraks for men of all ages – in pictures
Thanks to Balenciaga, the anorak is enjoying some serious style heat. Hiking jackets, fashion versions or the real performance deal are big news in outerwear right now.
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Sundae style: pastel hues for spring/summer 2018 – in pictures 8 Mar 1:30am Sundae style: pastel hues for spring/summer 2018 – in pictures
Take your pick from parma violet, delicate lemon, baby pink, pale coral and pistachio – this season’s on-trend colours are good enough to eat Read more from the spring/summer 2018 edition of
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Throwing shade: winter sunglasses are a street-style hit at fashion week 7 Mar 12:30pm Throwing shade: winter sunglasses are a street-style hit at fashion week
The recent fashion weeks established distinctive new trends on the sunglasses front Temperatures may have plummeted as fashion week played out over the past four weeks, but it will take more than a beast from the east to make the fashion pack leave their opticals at home (American Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour famously left her signature shades on to meet the Queen at the Richard Quinn show during the London leg of shows). Call it eternal optimism – or call it never a street-style photo opportunity to be lost – but sunglasses were out in force and three distinctive tribes formed ...
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Houston Mansion Lists for $30 Million 5 Mar 11:11am Houston Mansion Lists for $30 Million
The chateau-style home’s living room is modeled after the Palace of Versailles.
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Boudicca armour, chiffon nuns’ habits... It must be love, Westwood style 3 Mar 7:03pm Boudicca armour, chiffon nuns’ habits... It must be love, Westwood style
Vivienne Westwood and her husband, Andreas Kronthaler, celebrate their quarter-century together with a ‘homage’ showA portrait of a marriage was presented at the Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood fashion show in Paris on Saturday, and it wasn’t a conventional one. There were brides wearing ruffled white gowns with thigh-high lace-up boots, and nuns’ habits refashioned in chiffon, and models wearing Boudicca breast plates. There were also three young male podium dancers from Leeds on the catwalk who had pink circles scribbled on their faces, and were voguing with wild abandon. The show was a “homage”, Kronthaler said, to Westwood, his wife of more than 25 years. In a love letter distributed to guests, he described the designer as “my collaborator, my friend and partner, my teacher and of course as my muse”, and explained that he had revisited and rethought many of her most famous creations for the collection.
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The Wisdom of Keith Richards 28 Feb 5:36pm Updated The Wisdom of Keith Richards
At 74, Keith Richards is still a style icon. And although he’s aware that at some point the music must stop, for now there’s a new album to finish and a tour to plan.
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The new stone age – how crystals became a magical style trend 27 Feb 5:31am The new stone age – how crystals became a magical style trend
Crystals were once dismissed as hippy dippy nonsense. Now they are popping up on the catwalk and in the handbags of everyone from Adele to Naomi Campbell. Has mysticism gone mainstream? Wellness is taking over the world. The latest figures from the Global Wellness Institute – a not-for-profit organisation that unpacks where we are at with health, wealth and self –
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Snow-day style: fashionable ways to stay warm in a cold snap 27 Feb 1:00am Snow-day style: fashionable ways to stay warm in a cold snap
Ten easy, chill-beating wardrobe fixes to beat the Beast from the East
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Judy Blame obituary 26 Feb 12:49pm Judy Blame obituary
Fashion stylist, art director and jewellery designer inspired by the punk era of the 1970sPunk turned Judy Blame on when he was a teenage Chris Barnes living on a farm in 1970s Devon, with no night life, not much day life, and nobody around who appreciated punk’s homemade aesthetics. The movement’s ideal that you could, should, create your own everything, especially lifestyle, out of what might be foraged in an urban environment, sustained his life until his sudden death at 58, and kept him engaged as jeweller, art director, and adviser on street style to designers including
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Milan Fashion Week: Street View 26 Feb 10:57am Milan Fashion Week: Street View
The fashion stars come to Milan ready to show off their style.
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23 Feb 12:23pm Profile in Style: A Creative Director With a Keen Sense of Play
Francesco Risso — who took the helm at Marni in 2016 — draws from Disney cartoons and 18th-century tartan hunting jackets alike.
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London Fashion Week: Street View 20 Feb 4:30pm London Fashion Week: Street View
The fashion pack roamed to London and showed off their style despite the cool and rainy February weather.
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‘It’s not just about abusive photographers’: fashion and feminism in the world of #MeToo 20 Feb 11:43am ‘It’s not just about abusive photographers’: fashion and feminism in the world of #MeToo
From street style to catwalk, fashion’s statements are often bold but rarely obvious. Could a visit to the London shows help to decode how feminist the industry really is? The Saturday afternoon of London fashion week saw
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From rainbow stripes to high-tide trousers: eight styles rules from London fashion week 20 Feb 11:27am From rainbow stripes to high-tide trousers: eight styles rules from London fashion week
The twice-yearly celebration of style finishes today. Having taken in five days of catwalks, we outline everything you need to know about next season’s trends With the
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The best street style from London fashion week – in pictures 20 Feb 7:01am The best street style from London fashion week – in pictures
London fashion week finishes on Tuesday. With the stars of street style heading to Milan, we take a look at some of the best dressed people from the capital, what they are wearing and why they all love Burberry
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How to Nail Breakfast, Parisian Style: Two Craveable Crepe Recipes 16 Feb 4:58pm How to Nail Breakfast, Parisian Style: Two Craveable Crepe Recipes
A classic buckwheat crêpe filled with ham and cheese will always evoke Paris. But sometimes you crave something lighter, more citrusy, with a dollop of honey-sweet yogurt. Here, a recipe to suit each mood.
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The best neutral pieces for all ages – in pictures 16 Feb 2:00am The best neutral pieces for all ages – in pictures
Whatever you call them – beige, caramel or oatmeal – neutral shades are among the most useful in a wardrobe (and much more uplifting than black). Style with dark denim, or with pops of colour or prints to give a hint of spring, even if it is raining outside
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Market Report: ’70s-Style Totes That Go With Anything 14 Feb 4:37pm Market Report: ’70s-Style Totes That Go With Anything
Low-key bags in organic materials and natural hues.
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Cardi B Wins New York Fashion Week 14 Feb 4:10pm Updated Cardi B Wins New York Fashion Week
The rapper capped off months of career and style successes with key appearances and a chat with Anna Wintour that set the internet on fire.
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Street Style: New York Fashion Week 14 Feb 3:15pm Updated Street Style: New York Fashion Week
The stylish crowd between shows during New York Fashion Week.
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Take cover! The balaclava’s finest fashion moments – from Calvin Klein to Kanye West 14 Feb 11:16am Take cover! The balaclava’s finest fashion moments – from Calvin Klein to Kanye West
Raf Simons sent the politically charged headwear down the catwalk at New York fashion week – but he’s not the first to turn it into a style statement Not one to shy away from making his fashion shows a social and political commentary, Raf Simons continued his provocative streak at Calvin Klein on Tuesday at New York fashion week. His sartorial weapon of choice this season?
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Ralph Lauren brings his Caribbean beach house to Manhattan 12 Feb 2:53pm Ralph Lauren brings his Caribbean beach house to Manhattan
Reassuringly familiar style on show, though aesthetic edges towards parody at times Ralph Lauren is shorthand for a lifestyle. The fashion empire of one of the 91st richest American is built on selling a tastefully expensive American dream. So as an escapist fantasy from a chilly New York fashion week, Ralph Lauren recreated a vignette of his own holiday home in Montego Bay in a cavernous former rail depot in downtown Manhattan.
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Michèle Lamy, the style queen who packs a punch 11 Feb 3:30am Michèle Lamy, the style queen who packs a punch
The fashion and art world creative talks about her latest work, curating a space at Selfridges. But why has she set up a boxing ring there? Among the wilting, late-afternoon shoppers in Selfridges’ accessories hall,
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Loud and rebellious tartan is all set to make a statement on the catwalk 10 Feb 7:04pm Loud and rebellious tartan is all set to make a statement on the catwalk
The Scottish fabric that became a 70s symbol is back in style, used by labels from Balenciaga to rising star Loverboy The Trump family name is not usually associated with high fashion. So news that the tartan associated with the clan of
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Objects: Bold — and Just a Little Irreverent — Kitten Heels 9 Feb 11:02am Objects: Bold — and Just a Little Irreverent — Kitten Heels
The retro style takes a modern step forward.
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Street Style: New York Fashion Week: Men’s 8 Feb 11:20am Updated Street Style: New York Fashion Week: Men’s
The fashion shows return to New York City for the men’s collections, and the street style follows.
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Scouting Report: How to Be Part of Fashion Week Without the Invite 7 Feb 4:53pm Updated Scouting Report: How to Be Part of Fashion Week Without the Invite
Street style finds at Bergdorf, new releases at Dover Street Market, a 3-D tour of Rebecca Taylor’s new fall collection and more.
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Eco-chic and trouser suits: how Meghan Markle’s style reads the room 2 Feb 8:09am Eco-chic and trouser suits: how Meghan Markle’s style reads the room
The future royal wore a trouser suit for her first official evening engagement with Prince Harry, ushering in a new kind of sartorial diplomacy
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On the Runway: Kanye West Finally Gets His Fashion Right 1 Feb 8:46am On the Runway: Kanye West Finally Gets His Fashion Right
With his Yeezy Season 6 Kim-a-likes, the artist-designer adds a much-needed element to his style arsenal.
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The ‘Black Panther’ Red Carpet Put Every Other Hollywood Premiere to Shame 30 Jan 3:50pm The ‘Black Panther’ Red Carpet Put Every Other Hollywood Premiere to Shame
Instead of a ho-hum parade of tried-and-true, regal style reigned at the screening of Marvel’s new “Black Panther” movie.
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Fashion queens: Bath exhibition shows off royal outfits 30 Jan 12:37pm Fashion queens: Bath exhibition shows off royal outfits
From Queen Alexandra to Princess Margaret, Bath Fashion Museum explores changing tastes in its Royal Women show More than half a century ago staff at the Fashion Museum in Bath decided the distinctive style of Alexandra, who had come from Denmark in 1863 to marry the future Edward VII, was so pared back that her lilac silk evening gown didn’t look like a proper princess’s dress at all. They added a heavy band of fringed beading to brighten up the severely plain neckline.
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On the Runway: At the Grammy Awards, White Roses Paled in Comparison to Kesha Rose 29 Jan 8:23am On the Runway: At the Grammy Awards, White Roses Paled in Comparison to Kesha Rose
There was much ado about white roses, but it was another show of style solidarity that mattered most, and therein lies a lesson.
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Cowboy boots to fake snake: what to buy this week 29 Jan 7:14am Cowboy boots to fake snake: what to buy this week
Treat yourself to a wardrobe reboot, find out where to buy ethical clothes for kids and step up to spring’s biggest footwear trend. Here are our top style tips for the week ahead… The return of the cowboy boot is this spring’s biggest footwear trend. Americana influenced
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Street Style: Haute Couture 26 Jan 12:58pm Street Style: Haute Couture
The style stars step it up for the haute couture fashion shows in Paris.
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Furry friends: Ugg boots threaten a fashion comeback 26 Jan 10:18am Furry friends: Ugg boots threaten a fashion comeback
Ridiculed noughties style has been seen on Paris catwalks and feet of trend-setting celebrities
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5 Black Icons Who Transformed Fashion---From Diana Ross to Rihanna 25 Jan 12:22pm Updated 5 Black Icons Who Transformed Fashion---From Diana Ross to Rihanna
Constance White, a former editor of Essence and author of the new book ‘How To Slay: Inspirations from the Queens and Kings of Black Style,’ on some of the most influential members of that royal family.
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Beyond the Runway: Are Ankle Boots Worth the Effort? 24 Jan 5:50pm Updated Beyond the Runway: Are Ankle Boots Worth the Effort?
Designers and retailers are touting Chelsea boots for men, but they can be a tough style to pull off—a look at their risks and rewards.
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Browsing: Finally, How to Wear a Beret Without Laughing 24 Jan 3:41pm Browsing: Finally, How to Wear a Beret Without Laughing
Here, looks to steal from the street-style peacocks at the men's wear shows.
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Why Judge Rosemarie Aquilina is my style – and everything – icon 24 Jan 7:19am Why Judge Rosemarie Aquilina is my style – and everything – icon
Her fine pompadour hairdo is one thing, but the way the Michigan judge has presided over the abuse scandal enveloping US gymnastics is quite another
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Street Style: Paris Men’s Fashion Week 22 Jan 5:10pm Updated Street Style: Paris Men’s Fashion Week
The fashion crowds showed strong style during the last shows of the men’s season in Paris.
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Ralph Lauren snow gear and arty socks: what to buy this week 21 Jan 1:00am Ralph Lauren snow gear and arty socks: what to buy this week
Get back to the 90s with snowboarder gear from a cult range, don specs from Andy Warhol’s eyewear makers and check out iconic Irving Penn images in Paris. Here are our top style tips for the week ahead… Want to bag yourself a piece of fashion folklore? Polo Ralph Lauren is reissuing the 1993 Snow Beach collection, a cult range loved by snowboarders and hip-hop stars such as the Wu-Tang Clan. The 90s are a big look at the moment – especially bold logos and colours. The reissue will launch on 25 January, from £59 for a hat to £425 for a jacket (
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Cag-cool: anoraks updated 19 Jan 3:00am Cag-cool: anoraks updated
Hit the road in style as the cagoule and fleece go haute
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Street Style: Milan Men’s Fashion Week 16 Jan 2:29pm Updated Street Style: Milan Men’s Fashion Week
Stylish outerwear and accessories as seen on Milan’s sidewalks during men’s fashion week.
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Whoopi Goldberg Lists L.A. Home for $8.795 Million 16 Jan 1:11pm Whoopi Goldberg Lists L.A. Home for $8.795 Million
The actress and talk-show host is selling her pink, Art Deco-style house in Pacific Palisades that she purchased in 1993.
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Milan: 10 key collections from the autumn/winter 2018 shows 16 Jan 9:00am Milan: 10 key collections from the autumn/winter 2018 shows
From Prada’s black nylon to Basquiat’s thrown together style at Missoni, and a liberal spread of leopard print at Versace, our menswear editor picks the best of Milan
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In Milan, Military Rigor Meets Instagram Excess 14 Jan 2:33pm In Milan, Military Rigor Meets Instagram Excess
Neil Barrett hones his classic style while Versace ranges from zebra stripes to velvet suiting.
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At Milan Men’s Wear, Military Rigor Meets Instagram Excess 14 Jan 11:43am At Milan Men’s Wear, Military Rigor Meets Instagram Excess
Neil Barrett hones his classic style while Versace ranges from zebra stripes to velvet suiting.
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The best shirt dresses for all ages – in pictures 12 Jan 3:00am The best shirt dresses for all ages – in pictures
Button up this season in a shirt dress: it’s the kind of clothing that gives the time-poor woman pulled-together style in a flash
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Less Michelin Man, More Barbarella: Space Suits Get Stylish 10 Jan 9:13pm Less Michelin Man, More Barbarella: Space Suits Get Stylish
Space garb is entering a new dimension, propelled by competition among private ventures seeking to carry NASA astronauts—and eventually private citizens—into orbit. New technologies mean it will finally be possible to leave the planet in style.
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Salad dressing with style: inside Gucci’s first restaurant 10 Jan 1:24pm Salad dressing with style: inside Gucci’s first restaurant
Michelin-starred chef Massimo Bottura is overseeing the fashion brand’s foray into fine dining in Florence, with no dish costing more than €30 – pennies in Gucci currency
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Street Style: London Men’s Fashion Week 9 Jan 3:53pm Street Style: London Men’s Fashion Week
The fashion industry sweeps through London as the new season begins with the men’s shows.
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Resort-Style Home in Southern California Seeks $29.75 Million 9 Jan 1:05pm Updated Resort-Style Home in Southern California Seeks $29.75 Million
Located near Palm Desert, the property comes with a private golf driving range.
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The Business of Being David Zwirner 8 Jan 7:57am Updated The Business of Being David Zwirner
Twenty-five years after opening his first gallery, David Zwirner is focused on balancing global expansion with family-style attention to detail.
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E! Network Fumbles Over #WhyWeWearBlack 8 Jan 2:38am Updated E! Network Fumbles Over #WhyWeWearBlack
Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic gritted their teeth and tried to trade style for substance. It wasn’t a very comfortable look for them.
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David Beckham brings brand of grit to London fashion week men’s 7 Jan 1:26pm David Beckham brings brand of grit to London fashion week men’s
Ex-footballer helps his Kent & Curwen label step out from Savile Row as others push at ideas of menswear and even clothes London fashion week men’s is dedicated – unsurprisingly – to finding a vision of modern British manhood. And David Beckham, Essex boy, football captain, dad, style setter and outright brand, has been a pin-up of mainstream masculinity for two decades now. Kent & Curwen, a rejuvenated brand founded on Savile Row in 1926, has been working with the him since 2015 when he become majority owner. To celebrate a new store on Floral Street – a move from Savile Row – Beckham hosted a lunch on Sunday. The menu was appropriate: pie and mash followed by sticky toffee pudding. Kent & Curwen worked with Perry Ogden – the photographer behind the 1999 book Pony Kids, portraits of traveller teenagers and their horses – on its autumn-winter 2018 images. Displayed around the new store, these worked well to bring out the Beckham-branded type of British pedigree, one that comes with a bit of grit. They are of young boxers in Bethnal Green and footballers on Hackney Marshes, where a young Beckham played.
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The 10 best backpacks – in pictures 5 Jan 5:00am Updated The 10 best backpacks – in pictures
Store your essentials in style and you’re ready to go
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The Hospital Gown Gets a Modest Makeover 3 Jan 4:27pm Updated The Hospital Gown Gets a Modest Makeover
The ubiquitous chilly, exposing garment has been redesigned for more style and privacy.
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In with the new: how to survive January in style 2 Jan 1:14pm In with the new: how to survive January in style
With its lack of daylight and bank holidays, the new year hasn’t got a lot going for it. Here’s how to cheer up The
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Kim Jong-un Goes Dapper, Updating His Style Along With His Arsenal 2 Jan 9:57am Updated Kim Jong-un Goes Dapper, Updating His Style Along With His Arsenal
The North Korean leader chose a silver-gray suit to deliver a message of conciliation to South Korea — and perhaps signal a reach toward modernity.
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It’s a rip-off: now bootleg logos are a fashion must-have 30 Dec 2017, 4:00pm It’s a rip-off: now bootleg logos are a fashion must-have
New designers are using copyrighted logos with impunity while high-fashion houses such as Balenciaga are dabbling in downmarket ironyForget cocktail dresses and crocodile “It bags” – among key style trends now are T-shirts that wouldn’t look out of place on a market stall. Earlier this month the buzzy catwalk brand Balenciaga released its spring/summer advertising campaign. The key reference point? Not the rarified inspiration that could be expected for such a storied fashion house but a humble carrier bag for German supermarket chain Edeka. The yellow and blue colours of the store’s branding was reworked with the phrase “The Power of Dreams” and a Balenciaga logo.
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The Look: Don’t Call It Street Style 30 Dec 2017, 6:01am The Look: Don’t Call It Street Style
This year, 21 photographers captured the ways we present ourselves to the world.
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The 10 best gym wear pieces – in pictures 29 Dec 2017, 3:00am The 10 best gym wear pieces – in pictures
Hitting the gym? Well, there’s no reason not to do it in style
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A Year of Style, in Pictures 28 Dec 2017, 11:33am Updated A Year of Style, in Pictures
Remarkable images from 2017, from Donald Trump Jr. to Nicki Minaj to Idris Elba to this one chihuahua.
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On Beauty: The Enduring Power of a Low Bun 27 Dec 2017, 9:48am On Beauty: The Enduring Power of a Low Bun
The simple style, swept up and worn at the back of the head, offers an unexpected allure.
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Take a hike: 10 of the best performance style jackets for men – in pictures 27 Dec 2017, 3:02am Take a hike: 10 of the best performance style jackets for men – in pictures
2017 will be a new year, but the same old you. So bag a new sporty jacket to beat the January blues
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Margaret Atwood: the unlikely style soothsayer of 2017 27 Dec 2017, 1:00am Margaret Atwood: the unlikely style soothsayer of 2017
Thanks to two hit adaptations of her books, the writer has had a big impact on fashion this year Did you ever suspect that one of 2017’s key fashion references would be “dispossessed 1842 Upper Canadian housemaid”? How about “enslaved walking womb in a dystopian future”? Perhaps not. But in an unsettling year the TV shows that had the biggest impact on our wardrobes centred on two such protagonists. In case you missed the references, I’m talking about Alias Grace and The Handmaid’s Tale. Both were based on books by Margaret Atwood and both featured women whose lives were ruled and ruined by the patriarchy. Both characters’ clothes were symbols of their repression: their dresses covered them up; their bonnets restricted their view.
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Stylish Reading Glasses: No Longer Rarity Thanks to Gen X 26 Dec 2017, 4:31pm Stylish Reading Glasses: No Longer Rarity Thanks to Gen X
Readers have just seen a big upgrade in style, as newly squinty generations demand spectacles that satisfy the most important requirement: looking good.
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Stylish Reading Glasses: No Longer A Rarity Thanks to Gen X 25 Dec 2017, 7:00am Stylish Reading Glasses: No Longer A Rarity Thanks to Gen X
Readers have just seen a big upgrade in style, as newly squinty generations demand spectacles that satisfy the most important requirement: looking good.
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End the ‘Smurfette effect’ – and my other style wishes for 2018 18 Dec 2017, 10:46am End the ‘Smurfette effect’ – and my other style wishes for 2018
It’s time to ditch Hollywood’s habit of dressing a woman in sexy clothes while the men around her wear comfortable clobber, says our style expert in her final column of the year. Then we’ll deal with what Kirsten Gillibrand will wear to her shock inauguration …
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Shopping frenzy as Parisians say adieu to Colette, cutting-edge fashion store 16 Dec 2017, 1:01pm Shopping frenzy as Parisians say adieu to Colette, cutting-edge fashion store
Avant-garde shop that redefined street style, and was beloved of celebrities and designers, calls it quits after two decadesAfter 20 years in service, the Paris concept store Colette is due to close its doors on Wednesday 20 December, marking the end of an era in which it radically revamped the face of French
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Books of Style: Hygge Gets Heave-Ho as Swedes, Norwegians Join the Fun 15 Dec 2017, 12:23pm Updated Books of Style: Hygge Gets Heave-Ho as Swedes, Norwegians Join the Fun
When it comes to wintry Scandinavian lifestyle refinement, the words to know now are lykke, lagom and janteloven.
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Browsing: 3 Chill-Proof Party Looks 13 Dec 2017, 5:35pm Browsing: 3 Chill-Proof Party Looks
A holiday cheat sheet: styles for every style, and — bonus — you won’t freeze in them.
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Writhing in linguine is fine, Emily Ratajkowski, if that’s your thing – but it’s not feminist 11 Dec 2017, 10:50am Writhing in linguine is fine, Emily Ratajkowski, if that’s your thing – but it’s not feminist
The model took part in a fashion video where she danced around while rubbing pasta on her oiled body, drawing criticism from some quarters. Our style expert, in her weekly column, says not everything needs to have an ideological underpinning
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List of Five: Bobby Flay’s Recipe for Looking Tailored 8 Dec 2017, 3:30pm List of Five: Bobby Flay’s Recipe for Looking Tailored
The celebrity chef’s style tips include cozy sweaters and eating healthy.
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Emma Cline’s plagiarism suit – just another story of a man acting terribly 4 Dec 2017, 8:04am Emma Cline’s plagiarism suit – just another story of a man acting terribly
The Girls author’s ex-boyfriend claims the bestseller was based in part on his emails. Our style expert in her weekly column asks, is this the latest example of men thinking women owe them it all?
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The best knits for all ages – in pictures 1 Dec 2017, 2:30am The best knits for all ages – in pictures
No other winter purchase will get as much wear as your humble jumper, so take the time to find something you can style up for an evening out
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28 Nov 2017, 10:18am Profile in Style: A Designer Inspired by Italy — and Scandinavia
Born to a Swedish mother and an Italian father, Santoni’s Marco Zanini marries color and craftsmanship with efficiency and minimalism.
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How Nike Is Reinventing the Great Sneaker Scavenger Hunt 28 Nov 2017, 9:48am Updated How Nike Is Reinventing the Great Sneaker Scavenger Hunt
With its SNKRS app, Nike has transformed sneaker shopping into a Pokemon Go-style game—keeping footwear fanatics on their toes with hidden easter eggs and frenzied interactives.
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Next on Meghan Markle’s To-Do List: Choose Her Royal Style 27 Nov 2017, 10:45am Next on Meghan Markle’s To-Do List: Choose Her Royal Style
The actress is to marry Prince Harry in the spring, and all of fashion is already watching. Who will make the wedding gown and what will it mean?
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Next on Meghan Markle’s To Do List: Choose Her Royal Style 27 Nov 2017, 9:10am Next on Meghan Markle’s To Do List: Choose Her Royal Style
The actress will marry Prince Harry in the spring, and all of fashion already is watching. Who will make the wedding gown and what will it mean?
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Fried eggs and melons – why wink-wink T-shirts are not an ironic feminist statement 27 Nov 2017, 8:29am Fried eggs and melons – why wink-wink T-shirts are not an ironic feminist statement
Reducing your bosoms to cheeky emojis is not the way to celebrate them, says our style expert in her weekly column. Plus: why daytime pyjamas look absurd
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Five ways to wear... cargo pants 25 Nov 2017, 6:50pm Five ways to wear... cargo pants
Cargo pants haven’t felt any style heat for years. Naturally that means they are now as cool as you like – well, those that are a cross between smart trousers and the utility basic, like this wide-fit black gabardine pair from Cos. They work for casual wear, but the colour and fabric means they can also be dressed up
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Up Next: The ‘Good Time’ Stylist Has Some Tips for Style on a Budget 21 Nov 2017, 4:17pm Up Next: The ‘Good Time’ Stylist Has Some Tips for Style on a Budget
Miyako Bellizzi, who transformed Robert Pattinson from a “pretty boy” into a greasy-haired con artist, knows how to recreate a look.
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The Most Important Part of Thanksgiving: Elastic-Waist Pants 20 Nov 2017, 6:18pm The Most Important Part of Thanksgiving: Elastic-Waist Pants
Designers are pushing trousers that combine the stretchy-waist of sweatpants with this formal look of dress pants--a style that makes particular sense on Turkey Day.
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A Thanksgiving Ode to Elastic-Waistbands: More Pie, Anyone? 20 Nov 2017, 1:57pm A Thanksgiving Ode to Elastic-Waistbands: More Pie, Anyone?
Designers are pushing trousers that combine the stretchy-waist of sweatpants with this formal look of dress pants--a style that makes particular sense on Turkey Day.
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Tantrums over tiaras … how to navigate the latest gender minefield 20 Nov 2017, 11:17am Tantrums over tiaras … how to navigate the latest gender minefield
There’s a tabloid hysteria about what kids shouldn’t wear. Here’s a thought, says our style expert, in her weekly column: maybe we shouldn’t screw up our children any more than necessary with antiquated stereotypes
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Sober and cautious: M&S spring style mirrors mood in the boardroom 15 Nov 2017, 1:00am Sober and cautious: M&S spring style mirrors mood in the boardroom
Next season’s long sleeves, midi lengths and muted tones showcase prudent aesthetic in challenging times for retailer The Marks & Spencer fashion showcase operates on three levels. It is a sneak peek of the choice pieces which will be on sale next season. It is a litmus test as to which catwalk trends will break out of the high-fashion bubble and make it big on the high street. Lastly – and this is why it is viewed with interest beyond the fashion world – it is a biannual insight into the self-image and strategy of a retail giant. Twice a year the mood in the M&S boardroom – bullish or timid, experimental or nostalgic – is spelt out in hemlines, price points and colour combinations.
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The Fanny Pack Has Returned. Now Cheer. Or Cringe. 14 Nov 2017, 3:23pm Updated The Fanny Pack Has Returned. Now Cheer. Or Cringe.
The most polarizing bag in history is earning some serious style cred. Just be careful what you call it.
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Is it OK to wear clothes made by Harvey Weinstein’s wife? 13 Nov 2017, 9:57am Is it OK to wear clothes made by Harvey Weinstein’s wife?
Today’s sexual harassment dilemma: the success of Georgina Chapman’s label Marchesa is inextricably linked to the promotional wiles of her soon-to-be ex. So should we spurn it, asks our style expert in her weekly column
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Bohemian Décor Is Trending: These Books Really Show Why 10 Nov 2017, 12:53pm Bohemian Décor Is Trending: These Books Really Show Why
A passel of new titles with different takes on bohemian style—the worldly eclecticism persistently trending in interior design.
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Tried and tested: the best hair putties for men 10 Nov 2017, 3:30am Tried and tested: the best hair putties for men
I rely on products to tame the mess between cuts, says Dewi Rees, our All Ages model My hair is always a mess. I get it cut every few months and rely on hair products to tame the mess between cuts, so it passes as some kind of style. It’s not particularly short, so I need something with a decent hold. My first impression of the
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Check it out: what to wear this winter – in pictures 10 Nov 2017, 3:00am Check it out: what to wear this winter – in pictures
From jackets to trousers, tights to bags: keep everything crossed for seasonal style
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San Francisco Tudor-Style Mansion Seeks $25 Million 9 Nov 2017, 10:54am San Francisco Tudor-Style Mansion Seeks $25 Million
First designed for the first wife of railroad magnate Henry Huntington, the property is being sold by philanthropist Tamara Fritz and her children.
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Hawaii Oceanfront Home Asks $21.995 Million 9 Nov 2017, 10:31am Hawaii Oceanfront Home Asks $21.995 Million
On the Kohala Coast of the Big Island, the contemporary-style home was the presidential suite of the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel.
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Who Will Mourn Teen Vogue? 8 Nov 2017, 10:50am Updated Who Will Mourn Teen Vogue?
Before it refashioned itself as a voice of resistance, the magazine was a hub for young women who took style seriously.
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Get zippy with it: 12 of the best fleeces for men 8 Nov 2017, 8:02am Get zippy with it: 12 of the best fleeces for men
After a style hiatus, fleeces have come in from the cold. Think retro sportswear meets North Face chic: these aren’t just for the great outdoors (although they will keep you warm)
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Silky robes and latex gloves: why Nigella is my style goddess 7 Nov 2017, 1:28pm Silky robes and latex gloves: why Nigella is my style goddess
From her Audrey Hepburn-like knitwear to her Venice-print robe, Nigella’s new series shows she is more than the patron saint of cupcakes – she’s a fashion icon I already own the must-have fashion trophy item of this season. What’s more, I’ve had it for years. Sorry to boast, terribly bad form, but giving myself a pass this time for reasons that will become clear. It’s not the
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Like acid rain, the Trumps were hard to avoid in 80s New York 6 Nov 2017, 10:58am Like acid rain, the Trumps were hard to avoid in 80s New York
Our style columnist recalls her near-misses with the US president’s clan – from primary school days with Donald Jr to Ivanka’s ability to at least fake being normal
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Reasons to... go boardroom – in pictures 4 Nov 2017, 7:45pm Reasons to... go boardroom – in pictures
Looking like you’re about to chair the AGM is this season’s key look. Put on a trouser suit and you instantly have an air of authority. Accessorise with minimalist jewellery and 80s-style spike heels to stop boardroom looking boring
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‘Pieces that are going to last’: Erdem x H&M collection hits stores 2 Nov 2017, 1:39pm ‘Pieces that are going to last’: Erdem x H&M collection hits stores
Not as cheap as H&M’s usual designer tie-ups, Erdem’s collection for the high street focuses on quality wardrobe classics Leopard-print coats, pyjama sets and sequinned ballgowns are set to be the signifiers of style this party season if the launch of Erdem’s collaboration with H&M is anything to go by. The highly anticipated collection went on sale on Thursday morning. And while there were queues from midnight on Wednesday night at H&M shops nationwide, far from the pushing, shoving and even police cars seen at its previous launches, a ticketing system – splitting shoppers into 14 groups of 20 with 10-minute time slots from 9am to 12.30pm – resulted in a civilised atmosphere: queuers could get their wristbands, head off to a nearby coffee shop to warm up, and come back at their allotted time.
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Style Q & A: The Roots’ Black Thought on Philadelphia Style. And His Beard. 1 Nov 2017, 5:49pm Updated Style Q & A: The Roots’ Black Thought on Philadelphia Style. And His Beard.
In addition to his gig on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon,” the hip-hop innovator stars in “The Deuce” and has a new sneaker collection.
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You Want Fries With That Shirt? Fast Food Chains Make Fashion News 30 Oct 2017, 3:15pm Updated You Want Fries With That Shirt? Fast Food Chains Make Fashion News
To spice up their image, chains like White Castle and Pizza Hut are calling on fashion brands to offer a side of style cred with their meals.
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Frida Kahlo: feminist, selfie queen, queer icon and style muse of 2017 28 Oct 2017, 8:05pm Frida Kahlo: feminist, selfie queen, queer icon and style muse of 2017
It’s the artist’s attitude as much as her work that inspires today’s designers (not to mention Theresa May)What is it about Frida Kahlo? More than 60 years after her death the radical Mexican artist, who is remembered above all for her
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Five ways to wear... a cardigan – in pictures 28 Oct 2017, 6:50pm Five ways to wear... a cardigan – in pictures
The statement cardigan is this season’s cosy essential. Spotted on the catwalk at Gucci and Prada, style yours with a belt, sock boots or cords
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What I wore this week: silver | Jess Cartner-Morley 27 Oct 2017, 8:00am What I wore this week: silver | Jess Cartner-Morley
Silver is useful, because it takes boringly easy clothes and makes them look dynamic and exciting When I bought my Carrie silver-foil midi-length skirt from Whistles, I remember thinking that a silver skirt was a slightly ridiculous purchase, even by my standards, and I was left wondering if I would ever wear it. That was six years ago, and I still wear that skirt loads. Actually, if I remember correctly, the Carrie turned into a bit of a cult – Whistles even had to give it its own email address, possibly a first for a skirt – but the revelation, for me, was the colour. Before that, I associated silver with Courrèges-style A-line minis and tiny, shiny dresses such as
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6 Aprés-Ski Sweaters---and the Resorts That Match Their Style 26 Oct 2017, 1:55pm 6 Aprés-Ski Sweaters---and the Resorts That Match Their Style
Aspen or Gstaad? Mad River Glen or Tenjindaira? We paired 6 winter-sporty hotspots with sweaters that best suit their particular vibe
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Clouds, Batman and high heels: proof that Prince had the look 26 Oct 2017, 11:04am Clouds, Batman and high heels: proof that Prince had the look
The exhibition My Name is Prince, which opens at the 02 in London this weekend, shows the star knew the importance of style. Here are five items to study .
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Duvet day dressing: how comfort and cosiness became cool 25 Oct 2017, 1:00am Duvet day dressing: how comfort and cosiness became cool
Bridget Jones had no idea her heartbreak wardrobe was going to become the catwalk’s hottest look. But dressing for comfort is nothing new – just ask Oscar Wilde and Marlene DietrichBridget Jones – classic comedy heroine, maker of blue soup, dating disaster … style icon? Get used to it. Bridget’s heartbreak look – the pyjamas, messy hair and, crucially, the duvet – could feasibly have been spotted on the moodboards of very important designers for autumn/winter 2017. That duvet – reworked into a coat – has come out of hiding, and it’s properly fashionable. It’s on the catwalk, on your Instagram feed,
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Unbuttoned: How to Dress to Win an Election: The Sebastian Kurz Primer 19 Oct 2017, 4:36pm Updated Unbuttoned: How to Dress to Win an Election: The Sebastian Kurz Primer
After Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron, a new political style strategist emerges in Mr. Kurz, a 31-year-old soon to be Austria’s chancellor.
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Books of Style: Inside the Estate that Inspired ‘The Philadelphia Story’ 19 Oct 2017, 12:07pm Updated Books of Style: Inside the Estate that Inspired ‘The Philadelphia Story’
A lavish new book examines the history of Ardrossan and the old-money world of Philadelphia’s Main Line.
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Li Yuchun: meet the pop star taking gender neutral style to China 15 Oct 2017, 5:00am Li Yuchun: meet the pop star taking gender neutral style to China
She’s outsold Drake and Beyoncé, holds Tilda Swinton as a style icon and is becoming one of the most sought-after ambassadors in the fashion industry –confirmation that androgynous fashion is big business around the globe Li Yuchun, also known as Chris Lee, is China’s biggest pop star but you might not have necessarily heard of her. So here is some context: the current darling of China’s dominant pop genre, Mandopop, Lee’s 2016 album, Growing Wild, outsold both Drake’s One Dance and Beyoncé’s Lemonade in the first 16 days of its release. In the same year, Lee (also known as Li Yuchun) signed a deal with L’Oréal, starred in two films and became an ambassador for Gucci, one of the world’s biggest fashion brands. And now, she has been named brand ambassador for Diesel. Not bad for someone you likely just had to Google. But what is really significant about Lee – and this is by no means to diminish her album sales – is her style, musically and aesthetically. Because just as her music is heavy on electric basslines, rather than saccharine harmonies, her look is not typically pop star pretty, but androgynous. She has short, spiky hair, and a wardrobe full of Balenciaga-style, oversized mannish pieces and luxe sportswear, such as Gucci tracksuits, beanie hats and Nike trainers. In a world of bubblegum, manufactured pop – Lee found fame when she won China’s version of The X Factor, Super Girl, in 2005 – she is a very different kind of style icon.
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Farmhouse-Style Spec Home in Los Angeles Asks $20 Million 12 Oct 2017, 10:26am Farmhouse-Style Spec Home in Los Angeles Asks $20 Million
In the Pacific Palisades, the property has a tree house and borders Will Rogers State Park, a popular destination for horseback riding.
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Market Report: 8 Pairs of Exotic, Graphic Mules 10 Oct 2017, 9:47am Market Report: 8 Pairs of Exotic, Graphic Mules
The backless slipper gets updated for autumn with ornate embroidery and Moroccan-style embellishments.
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Prince, Offred or a Walnut Whip? The thinking person’s style icons for autumn 10 Oct 2017, 1:00am Prince, Offred or a Walnut Whip? The thinking person’s style icons for autumn
It’s getting chilly. You probably need a new jumper. Not sure what to buy? Here are the cultural touchstones to take fashion inspiration from this season Sure,
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Hervé Léger obituary 9 Oct 2017, 1:22pm Hervé Léger obituary
Fashion designer who created the body-conscious bandage dress that was a hit with models and film stars on the red carpetHervé Léger never intended a life in fashion. He wanted to be a sculptor, and endured a year studying at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris before he fled education to get his hands directly on materials. His curiosity about the properties of fibres, from human hair to silk jersey, was the base of his greatest success, the bandage dresses that were the most sympathetic approach to the body-conscious fashion of the 1990s. Léger, who has died aged 60 of a ruptured aneurysm, instinctively moulded cloth to display and flatter the body beneath. Fabrics incorporating elastane (aka Lycra or Spandex) fibres for stretch were extensively used in underwear, and exercise and dance kit in the 80s, but less so in fashion; too vulgar. Léger found his first stretch-assisted knitted jersey as a discarded experiment at a textile factory. Because he had experience of shaping hats from fabric strips, he realised he could make the weird stuff into a dress that would follow female curves by assembling strips, panels and tubes to run round or diagonally across the body (most dresses are cut vertically, falling from shoulders or waist). His first full collection in this style was shown in 1991, when supermodels such as Cindy Crawford, plus actresses on the new red carpets, still had considerable curves, and a professional wish to show them off.
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The Look: In Cuba, Sourcing Style 7 Oct 2017, 9:45am Updated The Look: In Cuba, Sourcing Style
“I was drawn to people really striving for individual style in a country where it's hard to have individual style,” said Rose Cromwell, a photographer who has been going to Cuba since 2005.
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The Look: In Cuba, Patching Together 7 Oct 2017, 6:00am The Look: In Cuba, Patching Together
“I was drawn to people really striving for individual style in a country where it's hard to have individual style,” said Rose Cromwell, a photographer who has been going to Cuba since 2005.
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Strike a pose: how street-style photography stole fashion week 6 Oct 2017, 7:56am Strike a pose: how street-style photography stole fashion week
Pictures of stylish showgoers on the street are now everywhere in fashion. But photographers have complained their images are used without permission – prompting the #NoFreePhotos campaign. Where does street style go from here? Street-style stars, those fashion-forward folks papped outside shows, have arguably become as trend-setting as any model or celebrity. At one of this season’s most hyped shows, JW Anderson in London, for example, over 50 photographers swarmed outside the entrance looking for their photographic prey, making it hard for the more unremarkably dressed among us to reach the door. In the last five years, the scene has grown exponentially. The shot outside the show is now as influential – and valuable – as the one of the model on the catwalk. But attending the shows in a photograph-worthy outfit does not a street-style star make. For that you need the black-clad photographers – now a familiar presence outside shows, snapping editors, influencers and insiders – willing to take the pictures that then get picked up off their Instagram feeds and used by the street-style stars themselves, often then becoming fodder for a slew of other fashionable feeds. But these images are often used without the photographers’ permission, and without a fee.
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Style That Demands to Be Seen 5 Oct 2017, 3:22pm Updated Style That Demands to Be Seen
For these self-proclaimed outliers, flamboyance can be a first line of defense.
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Our Favorite Street Style Looks From Four Cities 4 Oct 2017, 2:59pm Our Favorite Street Style Looks From Four Cities
The fashion outside this season’s shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris.
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The rise of fall: what to wear this autumn – in pictures 4 Oct 2017, 6:56am The rise of fall: what to wear this autumn – in pictures
From sock boots, bumbags and baseball caps to tartan skirts, jumpsuits and polo necks, here’s how to keep cosy in style
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List of Five: Custom Fashions for an N.B.A. Big Man 3 Oct 2017, 3:01pm List of Five: Custom Fashions for an N.B.A. Big Man
When it comes to style, Dwight Howard plans ahead.
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Street Style: Paris 3 Oct 2017, 11:01am Updated Street Style: Paris
After a long month of shows, the fashion crowds save the best for last in Paris.
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It’s a Look: Biking to Work, Arriving in Style 3 Oct 2017, 5:00am It’s a Look: Biking to Work, Arriving in Style
Riding a bike to the office is great. Looking like a messenger all day is less so.
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The Male Animal: Love and Marriage, South Asian American Style 2 Oct 2017, 5:15pm Updated The Male Animal: Love and Marriage, South Asian American Style
For these men, traditional, family-style matchmaking was the key to happily ever after.
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A Heavenly (and Colorful) Getaway in Mallorca 30 Sep 2017, 8:59pm Updated A Heavenly (and Colorful) Getaway in Mallorca
Designer Michael Smith has remade the Mallorcan retreat of his friends Nancy and Howard Marks in a style richly evocative of its Mediterranean setting.
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The Look: In Russia, Refusing to Disappear in a Crowd 30 Sep 2017, 12:17pm Updated The Look: In Russia, Refusing to Disappear in a Crowd
Long gone are the days of party-issued uniforms and uninspired Soviet style. In Moscow and Kazan, the photographer Sasha Arutyunova captured the Russian sartorial ambition to stand out through bold colors, vintage or handmade items and eye-catching patterns.
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Bella Freud: ‘My guiltiest pleasure? A menthol cigarette and a scone’ 30 Sep 2017, 4:30am Bella Freud: ‘My guiltiest pleasure? A menthol cigarette and a scone’
The fashion designer on Edwardian style, therapy and her artist father, Lucian Born in London, Freud, 56, is the daughter of artist
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Actor Jim Belushi Lists Los Angeles Villa for $38.5 Million 26 Sep 2017, 4:15pm Updated Actor Jim Belushi Lists Los Angeles Villa for $38.5 Million
In the enclave of Brentwood Park, the ‘Northern Italian’ style home includes imported tile from Italy, Morocco and Venezuela, Mr. Belushi said.
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Street Style: Milan 25 Sep 2017, 2:33pm Updated Street Style: Milan
As Milan Fashion Week winds down, we take a look at what the stylish set photographer Acielle Tanbetova saw between shows.
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Street-Style Photographers Unite to Proclaim #NoFreePhotos 25 Sep 2017, 4:36am Updated Street-Style Photographers Unite to Proclaim #NoFreePhotos
An online campaign hopes to raise awareness about the indiscriminate use of images by influencers and fashion brands.
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Street Style: London 20 Sep 2017, 3:16pm Updated Street Style: London
The fashion crowds move to Britain for London Fashion Week, bringing their best street style looks along for the trip.
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Fluffy slippers and fancy Marigolds: how suburban style stole London fashion week 19 Sep 2017, 1:07pm Fluffy slippers and fancy Marigolds: how suburban style stole London fashion week
Royal Doulton china, kebab boxes and supermarket carrier bags are this season’s references on the London catwalks. What does this new down-to-earth vibe mean for our real-life wardrobes next spring? A few snapshots from this London fashion week.
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Why is Kaia Gerber suddenly the centre of the fashion universe? 18 Sep 2017, 9:32am Why is Kaia Gerber suddenly the centre of the fashion universe?
Cindy Crawford’s daughter is just 16 and already all over the catwalks. In her weekly advice column, our style expert asks if celebrity parents should allow their kids to enter the limelight?
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Giorgio Armani is back at London fashion week ... and eyeing his legacy 16 Sep 2017, 7:05pm Giorgio Armani is back at London fashion week ... and eyeing his legacy
The king of style is nearing retirement. He laments novelty for novelty’s sake and says there’s more to life than experimentAs a designer, Giorgio Armani is best known for his understated aesthetic of fluid suits in shades of beige, but his presence at
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Chainmail, lemons and the Memphis Group: an introduction to autumn/winter 2017 fashion 14 Sep 2017, 11:01am Chainmail, lemons and the Memphis Group: an introduction to autumn/winter 2017 fashion
APC turns 30, the return of corduroy and the reinvention of Oscar de la Renta – everything you need to know about the next six months in style
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Ralph Lauren makes his cars the stars in elitist extravaganza 13 Sep 2017, 6:39am Ralph Lauren makes his cars the stars in elitist extravaganza
The designer invited just 300 guests to his New York fashion week show which was a celebration of affluence and exclusivity The late 19th-century arbiter of Manhattan society Samuel Ward McAllister coined the phrase “The Four Hundred” to describe the number of people who really matter in New York at any given time. Ralph Lauren, who has built a personal fortune of $5.8bn (£4.4bn) by distilling the top notes of affluent east coast society into blazers, polo shirts and perfumes, revived this concept on Tuesday evening with an ultra-exclusive runway show, bucking the inclusive, consumer-facing direction that has defined most of New York fashion week. In contrast to Alexander Wang’s Saturday night event, staged guerilla-style on downtown streets, Ralph Lauren selected just 300 guests to be chauffeur-driven out of the city for one glamorous evening, staging a runway show and black-tie dinner upstate among a personal collection of valuable vintage sports cars.
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John Ashbery, Poet, in All His Hunky Glory 12 Sep 2017, 11:14am John Ashbery, Poet, in All His Hunky Glory
He wasn’t always an éminence grise. Remembering his confident post-Stonewall style and those dashing author photos.
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Fenty x Puma by Rihanna: ethically diverse and exuberant 11 Sep 2017, 2:47pm Fenty x Puma by Rihanna: ethically diverse and exuberant
The pop star is making inroads in fashion with an impressive show combining motocross stunts and colourful surf aesthetics It takes a lot to get the fashion crowd properly revved up at a catwalk, but Rihanna pulled it off at her Fenty x Puma show in New York on Sunday night. It wasn’t the clothes that had the style press on the edge of their seats as much as the preamble, during which a team of motocross stunt performers vroomed up ramps and were propelled into the air to perform somersaults, flips and other seemingly impossible tricks. The striking set, which comprised towering spot-lit dunes of glittering pink sand, added to the drama.
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Malfunction of the Melania-bot: was the first lady’s Missoni dress an act of rebellion? 11 Sep 2017, 8:31am Malfunction of the Melania-bot: was the first lady’s Missoni dress an act of rebellion?
The long, loose knitted dress was the sartorial equivalent of slapping Donald Trump’s hand away – but the style deviation didn’t last long
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Victoria Beckham pairs ice-cream colours with understated elegance 10 Sep 2017, 3:13pm Victoria Beckham pairs ice-cream colours with understated elegance
The British fashion designer presents a collection about the ‘many powers of femininity’ that’s both stylistically elevated and familiar The most surprising thing about spending a morning in the presence of the fashion arm of Beckham Enterprises – or, to be specific, sitting opposite David and Brooklyn while they watch Victoria’s spring/summer 2018 catwalk show – is how much more relaxed the experience feels than much of the rest of New York fashion week. Consider that Saturday night was dominated by two style spectaculars: the Alexander Wang show, in which models performed “guerilla” catwalk shows across New York, while flanked by portable speaker systems, lighting rigs and a cavalcade of Harley Davidsons; and the Philipp Plein “Good Gone Bad” event, where models vied for attention with booming music and Dita von Teese doing a burlesque routine in a giant Martini glass.
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Audrey Hepburn’s Personal Collection Goes on the Block at Christie’s 7 Sep 2017, 12:00am Audrey Hepburn’s Personal Collection Goes on the Block at Christie’s
The big auction houses are selling art and memorabilia owned by style icons including Hepburn, Mario Testino and Santiago Gonzalez.
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Browsing: How to Achieve Instant Style Cred This Fall 6 Sep 2017, 3:32pm Browsing: How to Achieve Instant Style Cred This Fall
Savvy shoppers will invest first in accessories.
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Why Doubling Down on the Chile Is the Way to Go 6 Sep 2017, 3:09pm Updated Why Doubling Down on the Chile Is the Way to Go
New Mexico’s red and green chile sauces are so good, why not opt for both at once? This recipe for stacked enchiladas calls for saucing ‘Christmas-style’—half red, half green and totally delicious.
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From tarot cards to macabre hoodies: why witchcraft is all the rage 6 Sep 2017, 7:15am From tarot cards to macabre hoodies: why witchcraft is all the rage
Fashion designers are increasingly flirting with witch style – creating a whole new uniform for the modern day coven Vivienne Westwood dedicated her 1983 collection to witches, and paganism and the occult was a recurring theme for Alexander McQueen, who traced his family tree back to the Salem witch trials. But this autumn, supernatural vibrations are being felt by a new generation, as witches cast their spell over everything from fashion to politics. “I’ve always loved witches,” says designer Edward Meadham, as he explains his inspirations for his latest collection. “In my work I have always tried to distort the perceived meanings of the visual female archetypes, including witches,” he says. “For me, they are the primary example of the feared and maligned women.”
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Empower dressing: fashion’s new mood for Autumn 5 Sep 2017, 12:48pm Empower dressing: fashion’s new mood for Autumn
Fashion’s embrace of cosy clothes for watching box sets is over. This season, designers are centring on a sharpened-up look – power dressing that empowers The fashionable position to take on fashion, these days, is that trends are dead and that individual style and self-expression are what matters. The old certainties – skirts are hereby decreed knee length for six months, only camel coats are to be worn for the foreseeable – belong to a different era. To a bygone world in which political insiders gave ballpark-accurate election predictions and the Oscar statuette didn’t get handed to the wrong film in front of a global TV audience. Now the world is sick of experts, and that goes for fashion too. Except in September. Because right now, the world needs fashion. The September issues of magazines, heavy as hymn books and immortalised by a glossy documentary, are testament to the power fashion has at this moment. Women who rely on their own style to steer their wardrobes the rest of the year are, at this point in the calendar as at no other, keen to be told which coat to buy and when to start wearing black tights. The system in which one consistent look could preside over a whole autumn and winter has been blown apart by an insatiable appetite for newness that demands we hit wardrobe-refresh every three weeks. September’s back-to-school moment, when you pack away the sundresses and straw baskets and revamp your look, is the one fixed red-letter-day that remains.
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How Amazon is using catwalk trends to try to conquer high-street fashion 4 Sep 2017, 5:31am How Amazon is using catwalk trends to try to conquer high-street fashion
The online retailer already shifts a lot of clothes. But can its first properly fashion-aware brand, Find, win the approval of style insiders? What features on your order history at Amazon? Cat food? The final volume of the Neapolitan novels? The Game of Thrones box set? Expect to add trend-led clothes to your basket from today – Find, an own-brand fashion line from the online retailer, has been launched. This is the latest attempt by the site to dominate fashion the way it does books. Amazon is extremely successful in the business of selling clothes and
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Faff-free party dresses and duvet coats: the autumn trends that double as life hacks 30 Aug 2017, 3:00am Faff-free party dresses and duvet coats: the autumn trends that double as life hacks
Whether you want to get promoted, have more time in bed or simply look stylish in your usual pair of jeans, here are eight style tips to power you into next season
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The Sweet Spot: The Litter Box as Litmus Test: Can This Marriage Be Scooped? 29 Aug 2017, 4:26pm Updated The Sweet Spot: The Litter Box as Litmus Test: Can This Marriage Be Scooped?
A wife is concerned about having children with a husband who was controlling about her scooping style, then abandoned care of their cat entirely.
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Up Next: Anwar Carrots Wants to Be the Martha Stewart of Street Wear 29 Aug 2017, 3:34pm Updated Up Next: Anwar Carrots Wants to Be the Martha Stewart of Street Wear
The 27-year-old style maven was one of the founders of Peas & Carrots International, and now has his own brand, Carrots.
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Why corduroy-loving geography teachers are right on trend 29 Aug 2017, 2:15pm Why corduroy-loving geography teachers are right on trend
Fusty, butterscotch-coloured corduroy has been deemed the height of style this season. But do real, ordnance survey-loving teachers actually wear it? Every season, the fashion press decide en masse, and with a touch of irony, that one unlikely profession is the archetype to which we should all aspire. In spring/summer 2016, the
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Street Style: Afropunk 28 Aug 2017, 2:23pm Street Style: Afropunk
Next-level style at the 2017 Afropunk Festival in Brooklyn.
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Boîte: Smokers Are Welcome at This Upper East Side Bar 22 Aug 2017, 3:19pm Boîte: Smokers Are Welcome at This Upper East Side Bar
Sugar East, a “Mad Men”-style speakeasy, lets patrons light up indoors, thanks to a grandfathered tobacco license.
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Ask Hadley: Why do older people hate millennials so much? 21 Aug 2017, 12:41pm Ask Hadley: Why do older people hate millennials so much?
Be it boobs or fertility, younger people will always think they know best – so, says our style expert, older people are bound to find the next generation self-entitled and arrogant
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‘It’s fashion without a capital F’ – Swedish stores step up high street invasion 19 Aug 2017, 7:41pm ‘It’s fashion without a capital F’ – Swedish stores step up high street invasion
With H&M launching two new brands in central London – Weekday and Arket – what is it that has made British shoppers fall for Scandi style?It gave us woolly jumpers, cosy socks and bobble hats – now Scandinavia is tightening its grip on the high street with what some in the fashion world are describing as a new Swedish invasion. Last week it was announced that
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17 Aug 2017, 1:01pm Sharp Men’s Wear Silhouettes, Tailored for the Female Form
We photographed the season’s crisp shirting and men’s-style suiting for the cover of T’s new Women’s Fashion issue.
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A Radically Refreshing Take on Chocolate Milk 17 Aug 2017, 12:39pm Updated A Radically Refreshing Take on Chocolate Milk
Cool, creamy and mightily minty, this Mexican-style iced chocolate makes a festive and fuss-free summer dessert.
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Summer-Into-Fall Style: Three Perfect Pieces 17 Aug 2017, 11:56am Summer-Into-Fall Style: Three Perfect Pieces
Not quite ready to relinquish the lazy, hazy days? These T-shirts, sunglasses and swimwear carry a hint of August’s languor into the fall but aren’t so sun-drenched that they don’t compute past Labor Day.
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New denim rules: how to style your jeans – in pictures 16 Aug 2017, 8:01am New denim rules: how to style your jeans – in pictures
Wide-legged, kickflare and ‘mom’: there is life after skinny jeans, we promise. Here’s how to wear this season’s new crop of denim
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Critical Shopper: Tom Ford, Where the Rich and Famous Go to Look Rich and Famous 15 Aug 2017, 2:24pm Critical Shopper: Tom Ford, Where the Rich and Famous Go to Look Rich and Famous
Other retailers experiment, but this designer has found a style that works for him: unapologetically expensive.
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The Colorful World of Etro 15 Aug 2017, 10:00am The Colorful World of Etro
As the brother-and-sister act of Veronica and Kean Etro team up for their first joint fashion show, they are taking the distinctive style they developed together to the next level.
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Five ways to wear... men’s chinos – in pictures 12 Aug 2017, 6:55pm Five ways to wear... men’s chinos – in pictures
Chinos are key summer kit, the wardrobe king of smart casual. A neutral colour (navy works well) gives an instant base for the weekend. Add a tee for a casual look or style with a button-down shirt and boxy jacket for something smarter
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The Look: Hong Kong’s Cinematic Style 12 Aug 2017, 12:53pm Updated The Look: Hong Kong’s Cinematic Style
“I wanted to capture photos that were cinematic because I am very inspired by the cinema of Hong Kong,” said the photographer An Rong Xu, who visited Hong Kong this spring.
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To Fit Into Silicon Valley, Wear These Wool Shoes 11 Aug 2017, 6:57pm Updated To Fit Into Silicon Valley, Wear These Wool Shoes
Silicon Valley has gone through many shoe style trends, including Crocs and Vibrams. Now it’s Allbirds, the wool shoe that techies love to wear.
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The style legacy of Bonnie Parker 11 Aug 2017, 2:14am The style legacy of Bonnie Parker
From berets on the Dior catwalk to pencil skirts at Raf Simons’ Calvin Klein show, we take a look at the lasting sartorial impact of Faye Dunaway in Bonnie and Clyde, 50 years since the film was first released When Bonnie Parker, or Bonnie of
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A Proper Rum Punch Any Beach Bum Can Pull Off 10 Aug 2017, 10:32am A Proper Rum Punch Any Beach Bum Can Pull Off
Spicy and citrusy, potent and nuanced, a Caribbean-style rum punch can get pretty complicated. This recipe’s as breezy as summer should be.
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The style season starts here: everything you need to know from the September issues 8 Aug 2017, 12:21pm The style season starts here: everything you need to know from the September issues
The fashion magazines have released their Autumn bumper editions, essential for the style-conscious. Think rhinestones, Basquiat – and being ‘excited AF’ for autumn
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On the Runway: Walmart Heirs Snap Up Rapha, the British Bikewear Brand 7 Aug 2017, 3:48pm On the Runway: Walmart Heirs Snap Up Rapha, the British Bikewear Brand
Steuart and Tom Walton, grandsons of the Walmart founder, have taken a majority stake in the company, which makes style-conscious cycling clothes.
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Welcome to Gwyneth’s Goop ‘mudroom’. But does it sell rose quartz vaginal eggs? 7 Aug 2017, 12:17pm Welcome to Gwyneth’s Goop ‘mudroom’. But does it sell rose quartz vaginal eggs?
As Goop Mrkt brings ‘the farm aesthetic of Cornwall to the Hamptons’, our style expert says the most fashionable stores are never really about selling stuff
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Unbuttoned: Sarah Huckabee Sanders and the Optics of Relatable Style 3 Aug 2017, 12:00am Unbuttoned: Sarah Huckabee Sanders and the Optics of Relatable Style
In an administration where image has its own equity, the new press secretary is giving the West Wing a different look.
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