Fashion

It would be infuriating that Natasha Lyonne hasn’t fronted a major fashion campaign yet, except the one she finally landed is just so good. As the new face of COS, the actress / director / producer stares down a camera lensed by Mario Sorrenti and styled by Camilla Nickerson. In the images, Lyonne wears a
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It Bags were over in 2008, or so declared trend pieces in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. In the face of the biggest financial collapse since the Great Depression, the very notion of those symbols of turn-of-the-century conspicuous consumption—the Fendi Baguettes, the Chloé Paddingtons, the Dior Saddles, and many others that cost
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Finding a good pair of jeans is the sartorial equivalent of locking down a best friend. Both should be trusty, long-lasting, and supportive no matter what. Once you find one, it’s for life. In honor of Cowgirl Couture season, we talked to four real-life barrel racers about their go-to denim for ELLE.com’s latest installment of
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Getty + Design Leah Romero As cooler weather starts to roll in, nothing feels more fall than cozying up in a trusty pair of boots and a denim blouse. Cowgirl Couture season has officially galloped in with a full-force howdy. But don’t let preconceived notions of poofy prairie dresses turn you off from Western wear.
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It’s Cowgirl Couture season, y’all. From Lucchese boots to wide-brimmed Stetsons, ELLE is your destination for all things Western wear. Read more about Cowgirl Couture here. So you’ve been charged with planning a bachelorette party. Whether you’re the blushing bride or her most trusted organizer (read: party animal), it’s a big job. There tends to
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For a brief moment during the LaQuan Smith spring/summer 2023 show, I, too, was flawless. Dear editor: Please excuse any typos, I’m writing this while devouring the free snacks on JetBlue. An off-brand Cheese-It in the sky? That’s show business, baby. I’m jetting (in coach) back to my normal, sweaty, unfashionable life in L.A., where
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If I told you that Carolina Herrera’s spring/summer 2023 collection was full of florals, I know what you’d say: Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking. But actually, they were groundbreaking! Inspired by the classic novel The Secret Garden, creative director Wes Gordon’s gorgeous collection of breezy, blooming prints seemed so vibrant and so alive that they practically
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To most of the world, Gisele Bündchen is a bona fide supermodel—so famous she doesn’t need a last name. But to nine-year-old Vivian, Bündchen is better known as Mommy. And on a recent summer day in Paris, Mommy was up to something strange. Bündchen brought her along to a fashion shoot for the first time
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It’s Cowgirl Couture season, y’all. From Lucchese boots to wide-brimmed Stetsons, high-fashion this fall is all about rodeo wear. Read more about Cowgirl Couture here. The camera slowly pans in on Beyoncé wearing shades and a sleek black cowgirl hat. Her arm raises to reveal the majestic drape of fringe from her leather jacket, a
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Raul Lopez of Luar knew that we were hungry for a showstopper, so he gave us just that. On Sunday night at The Shed, hundreds of fans and family members rushed the doors to pay witness to the designer’s spring/summer 2023 show, titled “La Alta Gama” (translation: “high class”), a reference to the Rochy RD
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For the latest edition of Style Points, a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world, ELLE is celebrating all things Cowgirl Couture. Fashion never met a niche it couldn’t barrel its way into. But the world of cowboy wear was, for so long, the province of dusty Western-inspired stores and rodeos, not
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Just when you thought Burning Man was over, Joseph Altuzarra went ahead and brought desert-ready fashion to the runways of New York Fashion Week—tastefully, of course. For spring/summer 2023, the designer looked to Don Juan and Desert Solitaire, an ode to nature in southeastern Utah written by Edward Abbey, neatly wrapped in fabric and left
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The vibes are off in Paris, at least according to the city’s high priestess Isabel Marant. “The summer was quite joyful,” she says. “But soon, it will be not so joyful. There’s a feeling that people will struggle with the rising prices of electricity and gas and restrictions [on fuel use] happening. I’m not sure
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Turtleneck, Brunello Cucinelli, $7,500; pants, $5,700, boots, $2,150, Miu Miu; hoop earring, worn throughout, Paula Mendoza, $90; feather earrings, worn throughout, Harpo Paris, $60; belt (top), Montserrat Messeguer, $120; vintage belt (bottom), Kiliwatch Paris; vintage hat.Cass Bird Bustier, Cadolle, $552; skirt, Christian Siriano, $4,200; hat, Jonhat, $475.Cass Bird Poncho, Salvatore Ferragamo, $1,790; bra top, pants,
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Avant-garde, a bit gritty, and relentlessly vibrant, Manhattan’s East Village has long been haven for artists, musicians, and creatives. It’s a magnetic neighborhood brimming with energy, creativity, and history and is—unsurprisingly—a beloved hang out spot for NYC fashion insider Ivy Getty. “I feel so lucky to live here and call New York City home,” she
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New York Fashion Week is never not hectic. The packed schedule of shows, appointments, and parties is something curator and critic Kimberly Drew is keenly familiar with. Known in the art world for her work highlighting and uplifting artists of color, Drew is also a writer who regularly contributes to top-tier publications, and the author
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