It was just over a year ago when Seoul Fashion Week became one of the first major fashion events to fall victim to the coronavirus. Due to South Korea’s locus as an early hotspot for the pandemic, the announcement of its postponement was made while Paris Fashion Week was still very much underway. While the situation in South Korea is currently stable, the week’s organizers were keen to ensure that this season’s events went ahead as responsibly as possible, with all of the shows live-streamed without an audience. Yet what emerged from these limitations was a surprising amount of creativity,
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Baublebar may be best known for its celeb- and shopper-loved jewelry, from stackable rings to coordinated earring sets, but now the brand is here with a new launch that anyone can enjoy, especially if you’re still spending plenty of time at home. Now you can shop a custom blanket and throw collection, with three unique designs that you can personalize with your own name or initials.
The collection includes two sizes of
Once a week, we ask our editors to share the items they’ve been loving or lusting after—whether it’s a new skincare product we’re dying to try or a travel essential we can’t live without. Consider “The Weekly Covet” your editor-approved wish list for beauty, travel, fashion, and everything in between.
If the old clichés are to be believed, the fashion industry is populated by people who exist solely on champagne, cigarettes and the sort of spiritual nourishment only proximity to classic Chanel and couture gowns can provide. But the latest lockdown food craze suggests the style set has acquired something of a sweet tooth. The Instagram crowd is enjoying a spring fling with ’80s cakes: unabashedly retro bakes decorated with concentric rows of whipped pastel frosting, old-fashioned curlicue text and glacé cherries, and all in a palette worthy of Marie Antoinette.
An ornate April’s Baker birthday cake for Susie
Cleveland Indians ban exploitative Native American imagery in the ballpark, but they allow Chief Wahoo? This Week in the CLE
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland Indians fans will not be able to paint their faces in Native American fashion or wear headdresses to games at Progressive Field this season.
But fans can wear Chief Wahoo. We’re talking about the reasoning on This Week in the CLE.
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AK Brown, professional fashion stylist and blogger, is on a quest to reshape the district and provide more diversity amongst Black creatives in the process
One might wonder how St. Louis, a midwestern city with more than 300,000 residents fits into the global fashion conversation.
Beginning in the late 19th century until the end of World War II, the city was recognized for being a garment manufacturing hub. During that era, Washington Avenue