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Rose HartmanGetty Images The decade is 1970, the dance floor is crowded, the era of disco is in full swing, and life is good. Thanks to hit songs from singers like Donna Summer and Diana Ross, the 1970s were all about disco music and clubbing style. Now, even forty years later, discotheques like Studio 54
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Hulton ArchiveGetty Images The debut of Christian Dior’s well-known New Look collection in 1947 marked the beginning of modern fashion history as we know it. With frame-fitting designs, ladylike accessories, and opulent details taking the forefront, the 1950s gave birth to a new approach to glamour. Entering the decade with elegance and sophistication, women were
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Everett Summer is upon us. Temps are skyrocketing and the beach is calling your name. From bright bikinis to sultry one-pieces, celebrate the sizzling season with the best swimsuits from films throughout the years. View Gallery 57 Photos 1 of 57 Marilyn Monroe How to Marry a Millionaire, 1953 2 of 57 Esther Williams Easy
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StreetstyleshootersGetty Images We’re back with another I-can’t-believe-I-got-this-on-Amazon roundup, and trust us, you won’t be disappointed. You already know the spiel. Where do you go for trendy and affordable pieces? Shoes and dresses for your next summer wedding? Or Oscar de la Renta’s latest collaboration with Cle de Peau? That’s right. Amazon. This time, we’ve rounded
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1940s: Zoot Suit The zoot suit is perhaps the only style to have caused an actual riot. In 1943, white American serviceman inflicted violence on African American, Mexican American, and Filipino American youths, claiming that their attire was unpatriotic, reasoning that the amount of fabric used bucked the rationing of materials during WWII.
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ullstein bild Dtl.Getty Images Take a look back at Princess Margaret’s iconic style from her most over-the-top tiaras to her iconic wedding gown. View Gallery 75 Photos 1 of 75 Princess Margaret in the garden at Windsor during the summer of 1941. She turned 11 that summer. 2 of 75 Princess Margaret, seated and wearing
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Dimitrios Kambouris+Lars Niki+CorbisGetty Images Diamonds are forever. They’re also a girl’s best friend―with crystals being a close second. We love all things sparkly and were dazzled by the flashy looks on the latest runways including the Swarovski encrusted Saint Laurent boots Rihanna quickly added to her closet. As a nod to National Splurge Day on
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Instagram; Courtesy of the brands; Coach: Juergen Teller Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. The slopes may have been the new runway this past winter, but for summer 2021, fashion’s eye is focused firmly on the court. This week, Lady Gaga volleyed in a Nike matching set,
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Robin Mellor Summer is in full swing, and as we ease into what socializing looks like in a post-pandemic world, there are no shortages of fashion launches, collaborations, and campaigns to help inspire us to conquer those scorching 95-degree days. Stay tuned throughout the month for updates on the hottest fashion news. Advertisement – Continue
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Claudio LaveniaGetty Images Prime Day officially kicked off this morning, and the sales just keep getting better. For the next 48 hours, shoppers can save on everything from chic designer deals to beauty buys. For now, we’re focusing on stylish kicks. If your sneaker collection needs a refresh, Amazon Prime Day 2021 is stocked with
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Mother, the much beloved L.A.-based denim brand is embracing its free spirited California roots with an inspired 18-piece capsule collection. Launched on 8/8, the date is symbolic in the mystical world as the time when the Lion’s Gate Portal opens, promoting spiritual openness and awakenings. And for this week only, you can shop the full
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The world begins and ends with Rihanna, and so did Tuesday night. At 9:30 pm sharp, the superstar appeared front row center at her own Savage x Fenty fashion show, performing a dance routine choreographed by Parris Goebel that was fierce, fearless, and (in the parlance of Dance Moms) technically perfect. Kacey Musgraves screamed. Ashley
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VERA WANG Peter WhiteGetty Images You were expecting a wedding dress? Oops. Instead, Vera Wang returned to the New York fashion calendar with a Dark Crystal kind of magic, replete with sheer midnight lace, whirlpool hems made from tulle, and chain mail armor accents, because let’s face it, before that Vera Wang wedding dress—and sometimes
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NYFW is about to come an end, leaving us with an idea of what we’ll all be wearing next Spring. We’re predicting big pants, short shorts, and one bold color that’s much brighter than Millennial lavender. Scroll through for the the biggest trends from the Spring 2020 season thus far. Editor’s note: The fashion flock
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Next year’s it-bags are finally starting to crop up at NYFW, and we’re taking notes. Think leather shoulder bags trimmed in ostrich feather, bedazzled evening bags you’ll re-style with denim, and, of course, the itty-bitty bag (because sometimes you choose style over practicality.) Click through to see what your favorite brands—including Brandon Maxwell, Staud, and
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Tommy Hilfiger and Zendaya Coleman’s first outing was a very big deal featuring none other than Grace Jones. Last night, they managed to top themselves presenting a cinematic ’70s-inspired collection at the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem. The show actually took place just outside the theater (the auditorium was used as a production staging area).
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Victor VIRGILEGetty Images On the third day of New York Fashion Week, great things happened: new designers maximized their moment, new models became the models, and Brandon Maxwell brought everyone burgers and milkshakes. Here are some Deep Thoughts™ from #NYFW, Day Three. Rebecca Minkoff The scene at Rebecca Minkoff John LamparskiGetty Images Minkoff hasalways been
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