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Blake Lively's Instagram Captions About Fashion And Social Media Are Giving Us Life Today

Blake Lively's Instagram Captions About Fashion And Social Media Are Giving Us Life Today On Monday, the fashion world watched in awe as Blake Lively rocked not one but a whopping seven outfits in one day while promoting her upcoming film, All I See Is You. And while we might all have been lusting over her Brandon Maxwell bright yellow suit, the Chanel houndstooth jumpsuit and that gloriously sequined Oscar De La Renta midi dress, you might have missed the 30-year-old's hilarious Instagram captions following the fashion frenzy. Last night, the former Gossip Girl actress took to Instagram to continue posting her inspiring AW17 looks for her fans, captioning her posts with the most #Millenial, self-deprecating messages, we just didn't think she had in her. For example,...

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The rise of religious style tribes, androgyny and the fashion cycle has made concealing your body co

The rise of religious style tribes, androgyny and the fashion cycle has made concealing your body cool Flick through the racks in a high street store and you’ll notice that wrist-length sleeves and high necks have appeared on dresses, hems are a little longer, and corsets are showcased beneath plain polonecks and crisp, white shirts on manequins. And it’s all thanks to the rise of something called modest-wear. As the name suggests, modest-wear is clothing that conceals rather than accentuates the shape of the body. Recently, mainstream brands have found themselves playing catch-up to appeal to women who dress modestly for religious and cultural reasons, including Muslims, Jews and Christians. This has collided with the natural fashion cycle which has ushered in long, flowi...

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Meet Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert, the fashionista every woman wants to look like

Meet Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert, the fashionista every woman wants to look like Fashion muse Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert is a shop assistant’s dream. “I watched the Burberry show on Instagram, and the next day I arrived in London and thought I’d check it out in the store. That day, I ended up buying two skirts and a coat from the new collection - I thought, I need this skirt right now. The shop assistant was like, 'oh, shall I wrap this for you?' And I said, ‘you don’t understand, I’m walking out of the store with this skirt .” A fashion editor for titles including Japanese Vogue and W Magazine, Battaglia Engelbert got her start in the industry as a model for Dolce & Gabbana at 17, but turned her back on it because she wanted more control over styling and ...

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In fashion news today: Coach reveals name change; Taylor Swift to release app

In fashion news today: Coach reveals name change; Taylor Swift to release app Coach has announced a drastic name change, revealing their parent company will now go by the name Tapestry. The move comes following news of the brand’s acquisition of Kate Spadeand Stuart Weitzman, and reflects the expansion into a multi-brand firm. The Coach brand name will remain unchangedand the new move reflects only the newly formed parent business. [British Vogue] Taylor Swift has announced she is releasing an app strictly for Swift fans. Named ‘The Swift Life’, the app has been dubbed “like Facebook” but for Swifties. Allowing fans to connect with each other and also with her, plus collecting ‘Taymojis’, stickers and pictures, the app will certainly be a mecca for all things Tay...

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Hervé Léger obituary

Hervé Léger obituary Hervé Léger never intended a life in fashion. He wanted to be a sculptor, and endured a year studying at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris before he fled education to get his hands directly on materials. His curiosity about the properties of fibres, from human hair to silk jersey, was the base of his greatest success, the bandage dresses that were the most sympathetic approach to the body-conscious fashion of the 1990s. Léger, who has died aged 60 of a ruptured aneurysm, instinctively moulded cloth to display and flatter the body beneath. Fabrics incorporating elastane (aka Lycra or Spandex) fibres for stretch were extensively used in underwear, and exercise and dance kit in the 80s, but less so in fashion; too vulgar. Léger found his first stretch-...

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What I wore this week: the new neutrals

What I wore this week: the new neutrals You’re not going to like this, but we are at peak grey. For a decade, grey has been the go-to shade for your urbane-but-laid-back lifestyle. Grey marl sweatshirt in your cupboard, Pavilion Gray walls in your kitchen, Inkwell filter on your Instagram grid. But fashion is always, in the end, cyclical, and grey is getting close to becoming boring again. Anyone remember John Major? You can reset pretty much anything, in fashion. There are no fixed points. Grey can go from boring to chic and back again. And the meaning of neutral can shift, from a label that brackets together pencil-shaded cool tones – paper white, charcoal, blue-grey, black – to one that takes in the natural shades of autumn. Falling leaves. Blackberries. Mud. Butternu...

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Australian model Adut Akech just closed Saint Laurent’s Paris show

Australian model Adut Akech just closed Saint Laurent’s Paris show If closing a Saint Laurent show that was staged underneath the Eiffel Tower that you were booked for exclusively, all at the age of 17, sounds like a dream, then someone better wake up Adut Akech. Last night in Paris Akech (who was walking exclusively for the brand) closed Saint Laurent’s spring/summer ’18 show, proving — not that it needed proving — she’s one of Australia’s biggest models at Fashion Week right now. Closing the runway in a black-and-white outfit, complete with an off-the-shoulder printed top and those black boots everyone is talking about, Akech once again showed us she’s Anthony Vaccarello's ultimate springtime muse. Hailing originally from South Sudan but coming to A...

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Dior doffs beret to female artists in colourful Paris display

Dior doffs beret to female artists in colourful Paris display The careers of Christian Dior and Yves Saint Laurent were intimately intwined in the 1950s, but the megabrands that live on in their names – both of which presented their spring/summer 2018 collections on Tuesday in Paris – have developed quite different approaches to fashion. At Dior, the tone was set by a copy of Linda Nochlin’s groundbreaking 1971 feminist essay Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? left on every seat. That treatise on art history and the patriarchy became a key part of the show, its title used as a slogan on a Breton T-shirt worn by the first model. Explorations of female power have particular resonance at Dior, whose founder famously redrew the lines of femininity in the post-w...

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The most beautiful child in the world is now a teenager and doing the rounds at Fashion Week

The most beautiful child in the world is now a teenager and doing the rounds at Fashion Week Thylane Blondeau first modelled for Jean Paul Gaultier at age four, snagged a French Vogue spread at 10 and was dubbed ‘the most beautiful girl in the world’ well before she hit her teens. Now, at 16, Blondeau is hitting the Fashion Week circuit having already sat front row at Michael Kors’s New York Fashion Week show and Tommy Hilfiger’s London show. Blondeau is currently signed with IMG, is a brand ambassador for L'Oréal and already has a fragrance campaign for French designer Lolita Lempicka and a campaign for Dolce & Gabbana on her resume. With 1.6 million followers on Instagram, Blondeau, whose parents are ex footballer Patrick Blondeau and French actress, V...

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Watch: Vogue Australia in Japan with Jackie Nickerson for our September 2017 issue

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Watch: Vogue Australia in Japan with Jackie Nickerson for our September 2017 issue Renowned art photographer Jackie Nickerson shoots two fashion films for our September 2017 issue. For Vogue's September 2017 issue, we collaborated with renowned art photographer Jackie Nickerson, who travelled to Japan with Vogue's fashion director Christine Centenera. Shot on the set of our fashion shoot Red Rising, showcasing Japan in motion and starring Belgian-Japanese model Yumi Lambert. In this second video, Nickerson directs Japanese model and actress Rila Fukushima in cinematic and enigmatic potent colour and fluid form. The latest subject of a fashion documentary? Shoe designer Manolo Blahnik with The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards. The premiere took place during fashion...

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