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This Louis Vuitton Bag Is the Breakout Star of Spring Fashion

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Coussin PM

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$3,550.00

Once in a blue moon, there emerges an it-item amongst the fashion elite that is so ubiquitous, you can’t not see it splashed across your Instagram feed. That’s exactly what is happening in real time with Louis Vuitton’s newest silhouette. The French luxury house introduced the world to its Coussin bag in February of this year, and in the following months since, its popularity has grown exponentially.

So far, we’ve already spotted the style on Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa, Jennifer Aniston, and friends of the brand Laura

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THE BEST OF WOMEN’S TENNIS FASHION IN MIAMI AND CHARLESTON

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Marija Zivlak of Women’s Tennis Blog shows us some of the best women’s apparel from the Miami Open and the Volvo Car Open, two of the highest-profile tournaments in the United States.

Venus Williams channeled her inner superheroine in the latest clothes from her EleVen Wonder Woman line. Inspired by the fictional character from American comic books, the tennis legend created a bold collection adorned with rhinestones and pops of gold. What’s more, the 40-year-old WTA style icon rocked braided turquoise space buns and a glittering face mask emblazoned with the Wonder Woman logo.

Even though she lost in

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Tina Turner, Princess Diana, and the Power of Revenge Fashion

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Off Brand is a column that delves into trends in fashion and beauty.

FOR A 1984 appearance on Late Night with David Letterman, Tina Turner, then 44, emerged in a microscopic black leather miniskirt, black top, fishnets and serious high heels. There to promote her first big solo record, “Private Dancer,” with its hit “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” she was in the midst of a Lazarus-like resurrection after leaving the abusive Ike Turner in 1976. As chronicled in the new HBO documentary about Ms. Turner’s life, “Tina,” the singer’s comeback was accessorized by body-conscious looks by Bob

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The Fashion Lessons to Learn from The Nanny & Fran Fine

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As a child, sick days home from school meant one thing and one thing only: I got to spend the day with my caretaker. No, this wasn’t my mother or my family’s housekeeper, it was my nanny—The Nanny. I wasn’t even allowed to watch the show (deemed inappropriate for a 6 or 7 year old), but I found a way to sneak some time with flashy girl from Flushing whenever I was out of school. To be honest, I remember absolutely none of the major plot points, but the clothes? I remember

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5 Designers to Know From Seoul Fashion Week Fall 2021

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It was just over a year ago when Seoul Fashion Week became one of the first major fashion events to fall victim to the coronavirus. Due to South Korea’s locus as an early hotspot for the pandemic, the announcement of its postponement was made while Paris Fashion Week was still very much underway. While the situation in South Korea is currently stable, the week’s organizers were keen to ensure that this season’s events went ahead as responsibly as possible, with all of the shows live-streamed without an audience. Yet what emerged from these limitations was a surprising amount of creativity,

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Top International Fashion News of the Week | 04.04.21

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Carla Zampatti has passed away, and Chanel debuted its new collaboration with V Magazine. Stay up to date with the latest international fashion news stories of the week.

 

Carla Zampatti Passes Away

The iconic Australian designer, Carla Zampatti, has died after a severe fall last week. Last Friday, the 78-year old slipped down a set of stairs in Sydney while attending the La Traviata opera. She spent a week in a coma but sadly did not re-awake. Designers, models, and other icons have paid tribute to the designer, who greatly influenced the industry and empowered women for more than half

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Brooklyn Decker spins Bridgerton passion into fashion

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Brooklyn Decker fell so hard for Netflix hit Bridgerton, she has launched a sustainable clothing line inspired by the show’s Regency-era fashions.

Decker has teamed with bosses at Buru for the new collection, which she hopes appeals to mums a month before America’s Mother’s Day holiday.

The mum-of-two worked with designer Morgan Hutchinson on the Heirloom Collection, which includes house coats, dresses, skirts and blouses – all intended as easy to wear pieces that are washable, breast feeding friendly and, in some cases, reversible.

“I’ve been a fan of Buru for a long time, first as a new mom looking

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Can Fashion Make Me Stop Slouching?

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Now more than ever, people are experiencing fashion through their phones. In “Screen Time,” fashion writer Emilia Petrarca shares all the screenshots, double taps, and swipes she made this week.

Last weekend, I was flipping through the “Spring Style Issue” of The New Yorker when I recognized myself in the form of a noodle. Like me, this piece of pasta was sitting slumped in a chair, its center presumably soft and malleable. “Stand Up Straight!” read the headline, as though it were shouting directly at me.

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The Best Fashion Instagrams of the Week: Kylie Jenner, Chrissy Teigen, and Miley Cyrus

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It’s really starting to feel like spring in the city. And when there is warm weather, there are some stellar looks that come out to play. Our inspiration this week for getting out and getting dressed is Parker Kit Hill. The artist, model, and dancer basked in the sun in New York City. His casual look was elevated by a Burberry bucket hat, a delicious velvet Chanel bag, and some kicky heeled boots.

Kylie Jenner is feeling similarly, writing in her Instagram caption: “ok i’m ready for warm weather now.” But Jenner didn’t do shorts and a tank to usher

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Fashion police – A new dress code means Rhode Island lawmakers have to suit up | United States

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J ONATHON ACOSTA wore a blazer with a guayabera, a traditional formal shirt in the Caribbean, on his first day as a senator in Rhode Island’s legislature. Since then he has worn informal attire, a better reflection, he says, of his mainly Latino constituents. He often wears knitted hats and cardigans. The only wardrobe rule said that people must be “properly dressed”. That changed on March 23rd, when the chamber passed a new dress code stipulating “proper and appropriate attire”, such as blouses and collared shirts with a jacket.

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