Fashion

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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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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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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I don’t recall when they first appeared, only that one day they didn’t seem to exist and the next they were everywhere. I spotted them—glittering, candy-colored pendants—first adorning the necks of my younger cousins, who were in high school at the time. They tapped their Elisa necklaces with absent fingertips, and when they laughed, their
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Fashion has officially become infatuated with the idea of archives. It’s wildly ubiquitous; now as common as a pair of jeans or an old leather belt stashed in the back of your closet. From people on TikTok marveling over their personal collections and labeling items down to the minute details of exact season and runway
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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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Whether it’s a dazzling emerald engagement ring or a ruby heirloom necklace, a bright piece of jewelry can instantly elevate any outfit. And these precious gems are far more than just beautiful to look at—each gemstone, created deep within the earth over millions of years, is totally distinctive, which means there is a magic to
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In case you missed it, Chopard quietly opened its new flagship boutique in the iconic Crown Building on New York City’s Fifth Avenue. It marks an exciting—and historic—move for the haute jewelry and watchmaking house, from its former home of 15 years on Madison Avenue. To fête the occasion, co-presidents Caroline and Karl-Friedrich Scheufele invited
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. After producing her beloved, ’90s-inspired namesake line for a decade, Jennifer Chun was getting a little burned out. The process had become “so routine that I wasn’t thinking outside the box anymore,” she recalls. “I would produce two seasons and then
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Courtesy + Design Leah Romero Alison Chemla, the jewelry designer behind cult-favorite brand Alison Lou, knows how to celebrate an occasion. Just look at her latest collection, CeLOUbrations, which fêtes her first decade in business. And when the occasion in question becomes the entire holiday season, she’s the perfect person to ask. For lots of
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They say history is doomed to repeat itself, but to simply say that Hedi Slimane is repeating himself would be trite. Indie sleaze has been the trend on everyone’s tongue recently, inspiring a social media rehash surrounding the hazy days of the mid-aughts. But nobody knows it better than Slimane himself, who curated and perfected
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Zoey Grossman + Design Leah Romero As one of the most influential models of the past several years, Paloma Elsesser knows a thing or two about fashion, taste, and the finer things in life. Walking the runways of fashion week(s), starring in campaigns from Victoria’s Secret to Vans, and boasting countless editorial shoots can do
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. She has a seemingly endless, trousseau-like wardrobe; an affinity for matching sets that is unrivaled even by 1989-era Taylor Swift, an aperitivo permanently welded to her hand, and a travel adapter on her Dyson AirWrap. Daphne Sullivan, the object of everyone’s
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MIDWEST MODERN Clean lines and earthy hues lend a warm, retro air to design classics. Courtesy MIAMI ART DECO Sherbet-hued resortwear, translucent extras, and glass cocktail accoutrements are all you need for warm-weather getaway vibes. Courtesy FRENCH BAROQUE From dinnerware to, yes, even a stroller, a little gilding (and champagne) can go a long way
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You’ve probably seen them plastered across your Instagram feed or on the heels of your favorite influencers: chunky platforms, knee-high boots, and mules in bold patterns that range from gingham to daisies, in playful silhouettes and eye-popping shades like fuchsia and metallic silver. The brand? Larroudé. Over the past two years, the ’70s-influenced footwear has
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