There’s nothing quite like the flash of bright lights illuminating a runway as music begins to pound through a venue. The audience members’ heads start to swivel to keep up with the newest designer wares as they are revealed one by one on models parading up and down in front of them. The energy is palpable. These are the moments we all look forward to as editors, but for me as Vogue’s accessories director, it’s not just what’s on the runway that gives me that flutter of excitement. Don’t get me wrong, the showmanship is always thrilling, but it
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THR spots the biggest trends on Golden Globes night courtesy of custom gowns, couch casual and mini dresses.
It might not have always been pretty (audio issues, anyone?) but when the Hollywood Foreign Press Association presented the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards, the stars responded by enlisting their glam squads and breaking out custom gowns en masse to prove that glamour is, indeed, back.
Ahead of Sunday night’s telecast, it was unclear how the industry would respond against the backdrop of a still looming COVID-19 pandemic and a fresh controversy due to the HFPA’s lack of Black members. The Golden
One thing I most miss about going to the office is the opportunity to experiment with my style and getting to see what fun looks my colleagues are wearing. Every day I’d put together a full look from head to toe—outerwear, sunglasses, jewelry, handbags, shoes, the whole shebang. When it came to getting dressed for work, I didn’t stick to much of a uniform; however, I liked to rotate my favorite office staples each week—say, a shirt with a major ’70s pointed collar, leather Bermuda shorts, patent coats as dresses, and lots and lots of impractical footwear. Where else can
Each week, Sunday Life quizzes a prominent woman about her style and the inspiration behind it. Ahead, contributing editor Georgie Gordon chats to stylist and marketing manager Heleena Trahanas.
How would you describe your style?
Like a chameleon. It’s avant garde, unexpected, contemporary, androgynous, playful, comfortable, creative, fun, artful and kooky.
What’s the oldest thing in your wardrobe?
A chunky, oversized cardigan my grandmother knitted for me in the ’80s.
And the most recent addition?
A coloured Marni blouse, a black Bassike jumpsuit
(MENAFN – GetNews) Xie Xinyue, a student from the School of Public Administration at the Zhejiang University of Finances and Economics, has become a star among her classmates after she founded a company that produces and sells Chinese-style headgear.
During the annual Lantern Festival, many customers bought accessories and headgear from Xie’s company, which is called Hangzhou Wanqing Culture and Communication Co.
When asked why she decided to set up the company, Xie explained that she has been interested in hanfu, a type of traditional Chinese clothing since she was a child.
Driven by this interest, she joined a club