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Getty Images; Sanders: Damian Dovarganes/AP Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. John Elward drives a UPS truck and has been a Teamster for 18 years. He’s also a burgeoning fashion influencer of sorts. On his Twitter account @UnionDrip, Elward has been chronicling the style highlights of labor
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David Sims The new year brings new excitement and the promise of more exciting fashion, and some of our favorite brands are tapping into the wave of celebrity power with their campaigns, following on the heels of a star-packed fall/winter 2021 campaign season. Hunter Schafer and Tom Holland front Prada’s campaign, and Maluma debuts as
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Around this time last year, tons of fashion obituaries materialized after a viral TikTok introduced the word “cheugy” to the world. The culprit list of cheugy items is an exhaustive one, from Rae Dunn pottery to Gucci belts, side parts, and #girlboss culture, but its lengths managed to reinvent how consumers viewed plenty different sectors
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It’s starting to look a lot like summer—style-wise, that is. After countless Covid variants, events are (finally) back in full force, and we’re happy to see our favorite celebs out in the world wearing real clothes again, like in the Before Times. Without further ado, we’ve rounded up the standout ‘fits at the hottest events
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Gucci’s cruise 2022 show is about to start in Puglia, Italy—and you don’t want to miss this summer style. Take in all the looks above as if you’re front row. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be
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Less than two weeks ahead of the second anniversary of George Floyd’s death, which spawned a global reckoning over racism and policy brutality, and on a smaller but nonetheless visible scale, a lack of diversity within the fashion industry, an impressive range of talent, including Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing, gathered at Parsons School of
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Courtesy of Brands The bucket bag climbed the ranks of handbag fame due in large part to minimalist accessories label Mansur Gavriel. It. Was. Everywhere. Its omnipresence prompted some fashion folk to denounce the bag in 2018, but we’re hesitant to give up on the roomy style just yet. Designers are reworking the classic bucket
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Everett CollectionEverett A quick scroll through your TikTok feed and there’s a high chance you’ll stumble across someone who’s gone full coastal grandmother. The viral term, coined by TikToker Lex Nicoleta, describes the coastal grandmother aesthetic as, “If you love Nancy Meyers movies, coastal vibes, recipes and cooking, Ina Garten, cozy interiors, and more, there’s
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. What is balletcore? What does “gilded glamour,” the theme of the recent Met Gala, mean? Which menswear brands are sustainable? Is Lizzo’s new line of shapewear worth trying? These are all questions the TikTok-only fashion publication Rag Report is attempting to
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Courtesy of Lack of Color At this point, you know the drill when it comes to trends. What’s old will always be new again. Style is cyclical, for better or for worse. Right now, we’re living in a Y2K renaissance, an age of mega platforms, sweater vests, and—you guessed it—bucket hats. But unlike some trends
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Juergen Teller In case you need a refresher, pre-fall is an in-between season tiding customers over until the major fall season arrives. But just because it’s not one of the bigger seasons doesn’t mean brands aren’t bringing their A-game. For Loewe’s pre-fall campaign, creative director Jonathan Anderson assembled a motley crew of Sir Anthony Hopkins,
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Lizzo in a Richard Quinn Design / Bonnie Nichoalds Diana Rigg, as Emma Peel, wore one. So did Britney Spears and nearly every Catwoman from Julie Newmar to Zoë Kravitz. By turns fetishistic and innocent, futuristic and throwback-worthy, the modern-day catsuit came into being when designer John Sutcliffe introduced the style for bikers in the
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Courtesy Ah, the beauty that is sweater weather. Even those of us who despise the cold can hardly resist the charm of bonfires and changing leaves. Although we’ve barely reached summer, and there’s still plenty of warm weather fun to be had before the start of sweater season, it’s never too early to start exploring
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Raimonda KulikauskieneGetty Images In terms of essential garments, nothing feels (or looks as good) as a pair of jeans. Ever since Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss introduced the sturdy twill fabric in 1873, denim has been worn by just about everyone, from the Hollywood elite to royals and normies alike. With such universal fanfare, in
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Schiaparelli’s gilded “opera gloves.” Loewe’s armor-like body sculpting. Marine Serre’s head-to-toe catsuits. The new mode of dressing takes inspiration from bracing for the apocalypse, but with a stronger, sexier MO than your typical Blade Runner fare. It’s glamorous, dripping in gold and rife with baroque patterns. Perhaps the rise of this aesthetic stems from our
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Courtesy Two years of pandemic-induced lockdown has made us eager to jump on any and every travel opportunity, from quick overnights to month-long bucket list trips and everything in between. As you may know, we at ELLE.com care a great deal about fashion and accessories. Packing light is not quite our style, even for weekend
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Even the royals sometimes take a break from their duties to attend glamorous events like the Met Gala. Past attendees have included Princess Diana, who made a statement in her formfitting navy blue gown, and Princess Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis, who has become a red carpet regular at the event. Whenever members of the
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. “It feels like 2007 again,” Mark Hunter, the photographer known as The Cobrasnake, tells me. It’s the second time during our conversation that he’s uttered those exact words, but his enthusiasm is understandable. “Indie sleaze,” AKA the sweaty, Four Loko-assisted excess
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