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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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Issey Miyake and models at the Ready To Wear Fall 1993 Show in Paris. Photography courtesy of Getty Images“He seemed determined to find beauty wherever he looked.” By Bernadette Morra Date August 9, 2022 Facebook Twitter Issey Miyake, who died last week in Tokyo at the age of 84, was without question the sweetest designer
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I fully stumbled onto Laneige’s cult-favorite lip mask. Picture me five or so years ago, backstage at some now forgotten fashion show on the West Side Highway, taking in the frenetic energy of it all, listening to how models’ faces were being prepped before being handed a gift bag and hustled along to the exit.
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Cecilie Bahnsen SS22. Photography courtesy of ImaxtreeAnd where you can shop for your own. By Jillian Morgan Date August 9, 2022 Facebook Twitter Babydoll dresses are like Popsicles. Sure, you can get through summer without them, but it wouldn’t be as sweet. Bouncy and delicate, there’s a reason the style has been around for decades.
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Before smartwatches took the spotlight, there was another type of techie timepiece wrapped proudly around the wrist of the world’s fashion-forward men. Featuring stylish silhouettes and technical dials, digital watches were the modern alternative to the analog designs next-gen wearers were growing tired of.  However, while their introduction to the world of watches was welcomed,
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Nona Willis Aronowitz doesn’t proclaim to have all of the answers. The daughter of feminist and cultural critic Ellen Willis and labor activist and professor Stanley Aronowitz, Willis Aronowitz grew up in New York City with loving, politically-minded parents. But as her marriage unraveled and her father’s health declined before his death in 2021, Willis-Aronowitz
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Sports cars often flood the forefront of the mind with alluring notions. Their charming physiques often give way to curvaceous architecture, free flowing lines, and a design aesthetic that catches even the most discerning eye. Jaguar sits at the intersection of luxurious style and automotive design. Its intricate design processes and handcrafted touches channel similarities
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Last week, the internet took note of an ableist slur in a track on Beyoncé’s new album, “Renaissance,” and Twitter lit up with hot takes. The song “Heated,” co-written by Beyoncé, Drake, and others, included the words “spaz,” and “spazzin,” which are derived from “spastic.” Medically, “spastic” describes a condition in which nerves are damaged
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“Oh, let’s make you look different!” says Haze Khadra. Perched on a marble counter, the Palestinian DJ/beauty entrepreneur/street-style star is using my face as a makeup-tester palette. Three small chess piece–like lipsticks are in her hands; she moves them strategically across my lips. Her eyes glint between green and yellow, like a cat’s. “We try
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Photography courtesy of Getty ImagesPlus, our top picks to recreate her pre-royalty fashion. By Jillian Morgan, Ivy Tang Date August 8, 2022 Facebook Twitter The year was 2007. Gossip Girl was in its first season, Tumblr had just launched, the original iPhone was hitting shelves and a young Kate Middleton and Prince William had ended
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