Day: April 15, 2021

Kristin Cavallari’s String Bikini, Tied-Up Top & Trending Anklet Serve Summer Style Inspiration

Kristin Cavallari served up major summer style inspiration this week as she debuted new pieces from her Uncommon James brand.

The media personality helped announce her jewelry line’s first summer ’20 drop this afternoon, taking the new designs on a waterside exploration in style. Manning the boat, Cavallari herself modeled earrings, necklaces and even a special anklet to accent her camel string bikini and white coverup top.

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Baseball-jersey fashion | Harvard Magazine

Inspired by this spring’s arrival of the city’s minor-league baseball team, the Worcester Art Museum has mounted a new show celebrating the sport: The Iconic Jersey: Baseball x Fashion. Opening June 12, the exhibit offers more than 35 historic and contemporary shirts, along with vintage photographs and trading cards, fabric swatches, and logo designs. On display, for instance, is “Stan the Man” Musial’s 1952 St. Louis Cardinal’s jersey, featuring the team’s bird-and-bat logo, which was hand-stitched (as all the team jerseys were) by workers at the R.J. Liebe Athletic Lettering Company through 2003. There’s the splashy 1983 Houston Astros

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Jordyn Woods Wears Yeezys After Kris Jenner Sends Gift: Photo

Water under the bridge? Jordyn Woods was spotted rocking a pair of Yeezys on Tuesday, April 13, just three days after Kardashian-Jenner matriarch Kris Jenner sent the model a gift.

In a photo posted to the 23-year-old’s Instagram Stories, she wore a pair of Yeezy 450s in cloud white, along with a pair of sweatpants and a cute gold ankle bracelet on her left ankle. The Frst Place founder was stepping on a basketball with her left foot in the shot, putting the shoes on full display.

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The Met Gala returns this year with an exhibition on American fashion

Fashion-lovers may want to note the dates of the Costume Institute in New York’s next major exhibition – a two-parter that focuses on American fashion. In celebration of the first opening, a more intimate version of the Met Gala will take place on 13 September, pending government guidelines.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced that the exhibitions will take place in 2021 and 2022, respectively. The first exhibition is In America: A Lexicon of Fashion, and it is scheduled to open in September 2021 at the Anna Wintour Costume Center. It will celebrate the Costume Institute’s 75th anniversary and

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28 Gen Z influencers to follow for style inspiration

We know what’s coming: a season of liberation, as lockdown is lifted and we’re allowed back out into the world to have actual uninhibited fun for the first time in over a year. With it comes the first opportunity to turn looks with an audience in over a year, but Gen Z’s most stylish never really took a day off from that anyway. Throughout the pandemic, they’ve used Instagram, TikTok and Depop as de-facto replacements for their IRL social spaces, bringing fashion and artistic inspiration to their followers.

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For the Love of Shopping Small

Hearts brought them together.

North Minneapolis entrepreneur Dave Wanpue, 26, calls his startup apparel brand 4 The Love—a nod to its mission of bringing people from diverse backgrounds together and enriching lives though art, education and social impact. He jumped at the opportunity to showcase his branded hoodies at Mall of America as part of Community Commons, a rent-free space that the mall made available last fall to BIPOC business owners.

Wanpue’s 4 The Love logo sweatshirts and track jackets—with a heart in place of the “o”—instantly caught the eye of Megan Tamte, co-founder and co-CEO of Evereve,

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