Fashion

Great Fashion Moments From 13 Classic Holiday Films

We’ve guided you to offbeat holiday films, classic holiday films, anti-Christmas movies, excellent holiday movies, lousy holiday movies, and a holiday movie so lousy it’s excellent. Now let’s talk about holiday movie fashion. Sometimes I watch old Christmas movies just to ogle the stunning, shimmering formal dresses inevitably worn by the female leads. It’s a productive use of time over the holiday break, clearly. … Read More

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Literary T-Shirts for Last-Minute Holiday (or Treat-Yourself) Gifts

I’m obsessed with literary T-shirts because they’re my version of band T-shirts — exactly the kind of geeky, nerdy, not-quite-hipster item that fits my personality. I won’t mention how many I own. And a Jane Eyre T-shirt was my most treasured MFA graduation present. So, in the spirit of the season, I thought I’d honor night seven of Hanukkah and the penultimate eve before Christmas Eve by sharing a few perfect literary T-shirts to purchase for yourself or a loved one before the year ends. … Read More

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Watch Taylor Swift Perform at Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in Lace and Silk

It’s no secret that Taylor Swift is best friends with Victoria’s Secret model Karlie Kloss — hell, Kloss even… Read More

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Blonde Redhead Are the Latest Band to Merge Music and Fashion With New AllSaints Collaboration

Late last week, Blonde Redhead released a new video for “Dripping,” the highlight of their ninth album from earlier this year, Barragán. The clip was as effortlessly cool as anything the New York noise-pop band have put out in their 21-year career, but it also marked a first for the group: a collaboration with a fashion house.

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Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Star In Chanel Film Directed By Karl Lagerfeld

Model Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Williams star in “Reincarnation,” a lovely, strange video for Chanel directed by Karl Lagerfeld.… Read More

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25 Oscar de la Renta Quotes on the Power of Fashion and Women

He dressed some of the most powerful women in the world — including Jacqueline Kennedy, Hillary Clinton, and Oprah Winfrey. He championed the independent, modern woman—reflected in the strength and femininity of his stunning gowns and sought-after fashions. Oscar de la Renta passed away this week, but his grace and sophistication — as a designer and a man — live on through his words about the industry he helped build and the women he loved to dress. … Read More

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Oscar de la Renta Dies at 82

Oscar de la Renta died yesterday at his home in Connecticut after a decade-long battle with cancer; he will, however, remain… Read More

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Anti-Semitic Ranter John Galliano Named Creative Director of Maison Martin Margiela

You know how sometimes you’ve been really stressed at work — like, your co-workers aren’t cutting the mustard, your… Read More

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Will Fashion Ever Embrace Feminism as More Than Just a Trend?

Feminism and fashion have always been uneasy bedmates, linked by a common constituency but separated by very different objectives. The impasse came to a head not once but twice during Paris Fashion Week, where the usually infallible Stella McCartney ruffled feathers after her show when she said, “Strength on its own in a woman is quite abrasive and not terribly attractive all the time. This collection is really celebrating the gentle side.” … Read More

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