21 Classic White T-Shirts to Style with Everything
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by Leya Kaufman
2d ago
Picture this: the year is 2006. I’m a junior in high school desperate to make my prep school uniform look only slightly cooler than my administration had intended it to be. Before I stack an arm party on my non-dominant arm and achieve the worst attempt at a subtle hint of eyeliner along my bottom waterline, I layer a Hane’s white t-shirt under my school’s branded gray polo. It’s a subtle adjustment to a look that would otherwise be a copy/paste of everyone around me, but I know I look more like an “individual,” with a glimpse of that white tee peeking out through the edges of my sleeves. Fl ..read more
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It's Time to Reimagine Fishnet Tights
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by Camille Freestone
3d ago
For Emily Bode Aulja’s highly anticipated womenswear debut this Paris Fall '23 men's fashion week, the eponymous designer showed piece after sentimental piece that immortalized important women from her (and her mother’s) past. Think glamorous frocks reminiscent of the ‘20s or '70s-friendly chunky knitwear. Compounded, her overall ensembles often skewed nostalgic with rich, ornamental fabrics and nostalgic silhouettes. Bode cut through all of that with the simple addition of black fishnet stockings. In one look, the designer paired these fine-knit mesh tights with an embroidered mustard yello ..read more
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This R&B Artist is About to Be Everywhere
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by Akili King
3d ago
The sun is shining on singer Joyce Wrice, who sits across from me at Dumbo House, clad in a fur coat, leather pants, and sleek bun. Wrice has just returned from Japan, where she spent time with her family, in addition to going on a mini-tour around the country. “I feel head over heels that I finally got to go back,” she says. “ Surprisingly, I don’t really feel all that jet lagged or tired.” That’s because Wrice, whose musical sound and personal style is reminiscent of the early 2000s era of R&B, is running off of pure adrenaline. Since releasing her debut album, Overgrown, in 2021—which ..read more
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The Most Practical Inspiration From Men’s Fashion Week
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by Maraya Fisher
4d ago
I have always gone to women’s fashion week street style for more abstract, artistic inspiration. I go to men’s for its practical counterpart. If I want a subtle lesson in how to tastefully approach gorpcore or monochromatic winter layering, it’s men’s week that provides (thank you, Mads Mikkelsen—see slide 6.) On that note, this particular season did not disappoint. While there were many adventurous looks as we have come to expect from any fashion week (i.e. Lucien Laviscount in his Louis Vuitton skirt), there were even more that could be directly translated into everyday dressing. Here, we ..read more
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Inside Paris Men's Fashion Week
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by Camille Freestone
4d ago
Paris concluded the men's circuit of international fashion weeks yesterday with runway presentations from some of the industries greatest—Kenzo, Dior, Amiri, and more. To take us inside all the action, we tapped menswear stylist Tiffany Briseno whose clientele casually includes Angus Cloud and Shawn Mendes. She's taking us along with her from the lobby of the Ritz to her front row seat at Amiri to (very) appetizing samples of French cuisine and everything in between. Continue to dive inside her behind-the-scenes access to the elusive Paris men's week. Day one of fashion week let’s get it ..read more
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We Tried the New Artificial Intelligence-Backed Skin Essence from Revela
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by Leya Kaufman
4d ago
Three weeks ago, our Beauty Director mentioned that my skin was glowing. I almost credited the lighting in our offices or thought I was hallucinating, until I realized I was in the middle of my Revela Fibroquin Essence trial. That was the moment my skincare routine of the moment went from a test to a permanent switch. As soon as I hit my thirties, I started obsessing over my emerging crows feet and nasolabial lines. They might be a rite of passage, but they also feel like unwelcome accessories that weigh down my face. And while I’ve relied on protein and pilates to support my body through ag ..read more
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The Vintage Belt Buckles in This Dallas Closet Rival Works of Art
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by Camille Freestone
5d ago
“This is Balenciaga from Nicolas Ghesquière’s’s tenure,” says designer Hanh Merriman, holding a brown, black, and white vest ensconced in fashion history. “It was a runway piece, and I believe I’m one of very, very few people who have this item.” Leafing through her closet, the space is full of items like this one, whether that’s old Rick Owens or an iconic Prada flame-embellished pair of heels. Sartorial merit is a throughline, though this particular vest still manages to garner a special place in Merriman’s heart (and wardrobe). “I’ve always dressed for myself, for my own pleasure,” says t ..read more
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This Paris Haute Couture Week, Guests Spared No Sartorial Expense
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by Camille Freestone
5d ago
It's Haute Couture week in Paris and you know what that means. This is a space for designers to let their creativity flow freely, to exhibit every ability a design house's atelier possesses. But for every fantastical ensemble shimmying down the runway, there's an equally mystifying guest arriving in head-to-toe crimson embellishment (we see you Doja Cat). Show-goers ranging from celebrities to industry folk have spared no sartorial expense when it comes to their own fashion. Below, we've rounded up the can't-miss street style looks from this Spring 2023's Haute Couture season. Want ..read more
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Punk Meets Psychedelia For These Style-Focused Musicians
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by Camille Freestone
1w ago
It’s been over three years since UNI and The Urchins last took the stage as a full band. On January 12th, their first night back onstage also christened the release of their album, Simulator. “I never really get too nervous before we perform,” says frontman Jack James, “but before this one I was like, ‘Oh my God,’ shaking.” Counterpart bassist Charlotte Kemp Muhl likens the rapid lead-up and corresponding performance to something between a high school reunion and a talent show—tinged with an aura of indulgent debauchery. They chose to reintroduce themselves at Bushwick’s House of Yes, a sugg ..read more
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Why There's No Off-Season for This Timeless Manner of Dressing
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by Maraya Fisher
1w ago
If there’s one thing I appreciate about preppy style, it’s the emphasis on timelessness. Prep is fundamentally anti-trend, its disciples opting for a spare wardrobe of durable, impeccably-made essentials. This functional subset of style especially shines in the cold weather; think long tartan skirts, button-up shirts worn under cashmere sweaters, and heavy wool coats. (Hint: this all revolves around layering.) Here, we’ve compiled three ways to wear prep staples this winter, all composed of quality garments designed to last. Vest + Camel Trousers + Knee-high boots I have never been a hors ..read more
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