Fashion

When Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman, stepped off the train this past September for her vacation in Tehran, she wore a loose, black chiffon headscarf with five strands of hair showing. The hair was a statement—the five strands symbolizing bold defiance of the regime, en route to a removal of the headscarf altogether. She
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Nine months ago, Zoreen Kabani was consumed by an overwhelming sense of ennui. She felt stagnant, and, quite frankly, bored at the job she’d had for the last nine years. So, the 35-year-old financial advisor switched to another company—and then promptly quit two weeks later. It wasn’t where she worked, she realized, but what she
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. There’s a memorable photo of Dame Vivienne Westwood, her towering platform heels edging their way out of a gilded frame, a painting come to life. It was a promotional stunt for the designer’s Swatch collaboration in 1992—and it feels like the
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SHEIN The latest designer collaboration to get excited about has landed just in time for party season. MOTF and Christian Siriano—a name known for red-carpet glamor and stand-out silhouettes—have teamed up and created an exclusive capsule collection and edit, delivering sophisticated dresses, separates, and coats at budget-friendly prices (nothing is over $70). Everything has the
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Mark Peckmezian As we finally swap our cozy knits for giant puffers, hats, and gloves, our minds tend to turn toward the mountains. From Aspen to Courchevel to Stowe, snowy escapes provide a chance to hit the slopes, drink hot chocolate, or just sit fireside with that book you still haven’t gotten around to reading.
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Welcome to Same Same, But Different. As Gen Z and millennial fashion editors, respectively, we know a thing or two about shopping—for all ages, and especially our demographics. As we find the best products for you, we can’t help but do a little shopping for ourselves and build our personal (age-appropriate) wish lists. And now,
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Retailer Finding the best gift for moms can be quite the challenge. You see, moms tend to have very specific taste, and are usually outwardly opinionated when it comes to pretty much everything, which can put even more pressure on gift-giving. Admit it or not, their approval means something to us. Whether you’re looking for
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GettyGetty Images Every year, you tell yourself, “new year, new me,” but this year, you’re serious. The vision boards are ready, the sneakers are laced, and now you just need the perfect workout clothes to slay any gym look. Your perfect workout leggings will feel custom-made for you and support all your body goals. There
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I will forever love Sleeper for bringing “party pajamas” and “black tie pajamas” into the sleepwear conversation. Right now, you can save some serious cash on a selection of the brand’s sets during Saks Fifth Avenue’s designer sale. Beloved by celebrities, influencers, and editors (!), Sleeper sets took off in popularity during the pandemic, unsurprisingly,
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Affordable fine jewelry may sound like an oxymoron, but thanks to a recent boom in direct-to-consumer brands, the landscape is changing. And due to the advent of Instagram, it feels as though new brands are popping up every week with an interesting twist to stand out from the pack. Still, you don’t have to pick
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. “I had a friend who was going back to work, who’d had a baby and was let go during the pandemic. And she literally said to me, ‘Will you just send me five links and I’ll buy those things?’” That was
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She DMs you the best memes before they hit the mainstream, introduced you to espresso martinis, and Zoomed with you every day during quarantine. In short, your best friend deserves all the love this holiday season. Whether she lives that plant mom life or is interested in more… relaxing plants, we found 43 gifts for
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Despite waxing nostalgic about the glory days of Laguna Beach on her new podcast Back to the Beach, Kristin Cavallari has come a long way from Southern California. Now based in Nashville, she’s the founder and CEO of lifestyle brand Uncommon James—which spans jewelry, home goods, and clean skincare—and is currently wrapping up her third
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