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Since 1860, Chopard, the famed Swiss jewelry and watch company, has been known for its luxe pieces. Its newest collection, My Happy Hearts, takes that elevated design sensibility and adds a touch of whimsy, for joyful accessories that are as wearable as they are chic. The collection is comprised of rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings,
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Given fashion’s ongoing waste problem, in recent years, sustainability has risen to the top of every smart shopper’s list. And with monumental steps being made every day to reduce the carbon footprint and environmental impact of clothes and bags (we’re looking at you, secondhand sites), a key component of our daily outfit has somehow been
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PARK LIFE Utilitarian items pack an extra punch when channeling the rich palette of Yellowstone National Park. Courtesy of Brands MAUI MOOD Embrace the relaxed vibes of the island’s surf culture with aquatic tones and bohemian details like macramé. Courtesy Sarah Zendejas is the Senior Fashion Market Editor at ELLE Magazine. She is forever on
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The release of Meghan Markle’s debut podcast series is exciting in itself, but the fact that her outfit from the cover art is shoppable—and under $25? Thrilling. The first episode of the Duchess of Sussex’s Spotify exclusive series, Archetypes, premiered today. The cover features a brand new black-and-white portrait of Meghan in which she wears
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Most designers would give anything for the staying power that Issey Miyake had. The designer, who passed away at 84, straddled the worlds of avant-garde innovation and mass appeal comfortably, becoming known for his pleated separates as well as his hit
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Early in the pandemic, Susan Korn and Doria Santlofer became a pod of two. As neighbors in lockdown-stricken New York City, Santlofer recalls, “there was nothing to do, so we baked each other pies and ordered avocados together and talked about
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What is there to say about Naomi Campbell that hasn’t already been said? The ultra-supermodel has moved from strength to strength over the last four decades of her illustrious career, defining and redefining beauty with each new milestone. The most recent, and probably her proudest moment, is the birth of her first daughter, who she
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Cami Téllez of Parade, wearing a dress by Khaite. Sophia Wilson Cami Téllez isn’t afraid of a little neon. On a recent rainy afternoon, the 24-year-old CEO and creative director opens the door to her Tribeca apartment in a silky chartreuse blouse and trousers. Parade, the irreverent underwear brand she launched with cofounder Jack DeFuria
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Community Property Local collectives are pushing back against fashion’s obsession with star designers. The typical fashion narrative involves a star skyrocketing to fame. But behind every name is a cadre of collaborators. Though social media has enabled even newcomers to earn global accolades, more designers are thinking collective—and hyperlocal. Brooklyn-based Gogo Graham has tapped industry
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