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With Rodarte, Telfar, Altuzarra, and More, New York Fashion Week Is Back and Better Than Ever

The fashion crowd will be busy when New York Fashion Week begins on September 8. The week of runway shows—anticipated to be mostly in person—will culminate with an intimate Met gala to celebrate the Costume Institute’s “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” hosted by Timothée Chalamet, Billie Eilish, Amanda Gorman, and Naomi Osaka. But before the event, NYFW will bring some of American fashion’s biggest names back to the city’s official Fashion Week.

Telfar, Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Altuzarra, Brandon Maxwell, Prabal Gurung, Sergio Hudson, Monse, Jason Wu, LaQuan Smith, and Markarian will all present collections as a part of NYFW:

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Kate Spade New York Handbags and Accessories Are Discounted At Nordstrom Rack

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We’ve all pined over a trend—think ’90s jewelry, tie-dyed clothing, or white booties—and been crushed when sky-high prices prevented us from experimenting with the style. With Stylish Steals, we bring you the best weekend sales and deals so you can find affordable versions of the latest trends spotted on the runway, on Instagram, in stores, and on the street. Consider us your new, price-savvy personal shoppers.

When it comes to elegant accessories, Kate

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New York, It’s Time to Shop! (Masks on, Please)

Coming Soon (53 Canal Street), founded by Fabiana Faria and Helena Barquet, used to be just half a block from its new larger outpost. Though silly-ware and specialty mirrors (Gaetano Pesce, $500) may feel a little overdone (“I do feel like I’m on Instagram,” a shopper noted inside the store), the sheer joy of immediate attraction to an object is readily available and extremely fun in person. If hand-making curvy candles in your sink didn’t go as well as it looked on TikTok, there are plenty to pick up here, along with wiggle-handled glass carafes, a chunky pineapple stool and

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The Not-Quite-Everything Store – The New York Times

In exchange for discounts, customers can expect longer shipping windows, less consistent quality control and a not-insignificant chance that a product was never what it seemed — which, to be fair, isn’t always clear in the first place. (Product listings are often vague and poorly translated.)

Wish’s interface instills in customers a sense that they probably deserve whatever shows up in the mail a week (or four weeks) later. Maybe that’s a nice surprise, like an $8 smartwatch that, against all odds, syncs with your phone’s text messages. Or an essential oil diffuser that doesn’t look much like the photo

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Prince Philip, Style Icon – The New York Times

There is a moment in the first season of “The Crown” when the actor Matt Smith, as the perennially tetchy consort of Queen Elizabeth II, bristles at the constraints of his job. With a case of lockjaw severe enough to cause concern for his molars, Mr. Smith portrays the Duke of Edinburgh (whom the queen would not make a prince until five years after she succeeded to the throne) as an arch complainer, a man who views the 20th-century monarchy as little more than “a coat of paint” on a crumbling Empire.

“If the costumes are grand enough, if the

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Naomi Campbell is a vision of style as she enjoys midday shopping trip at Burberry in New York City

Naomi Campbell is a vision of style as she enjoys midday shopping trip at Burberry in New York City

Naomi Campbell was a vision of style as she shopped at Burberry in New York City on Wednesday.

The catwalk queen was spotted out in the trendy neighborhood of SoHo working an ultra chic look.

Naomi did not let the pandemic stop her from looking her best as she stepped out in a textured black coat, orange frock, and coordinating Nike sneakers.

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