Dhani Mau is the west coast editor and former editorial director of Fashionista.com, where she started out as an intern when the site was just two people in a dark cave (or a ground floor office in NoLita, she can't remember). Her interests include watching "Pretty Little Liars," trying to be Sofia Coppola and cuddling with her cat, Neely O’Hara. Cats in general, really.
I will always be afraid of Rosamund Pike, but she looked so innocent here.
In beauty especially, this misconception is just one of the challenges still facing Black-owned brands, even as mainstream retailers give them shelf space.
I think all of us can agree that she's underrated as an actor and comedian, but something I'd also like to point out is how underrated she is as a style star.
The designer did his research for a realistic ballet-inspired collection.
As supporting — and diversifying — the next generation of fashion talent becomes more crucial than ever, brands are getting more serious about working with schools.
This look would be equally cool if worn today.
The celebrity stylist is offering brands like Fe Noel, Glemaud and more.
Despite the pandemic, these nine names are ready to shoot their shot.
Remember when MTV-hosted red carpets were all about wearing the most shocking outfit possible?
The professor, researcher and activist shares his plan to "create what a new kind of fashion school could look like in today's world."
From turkey-carving events to the "American Collections Calendar."
I'd argue it's one of Fanning's sweetest looks ever.
"There are a lot of young women who grow up making magazines with their friends in their rooms — we were just doing that, but for real."
After September 2020's "hope" theme, they're now all coming together in the name of "creativity" for March.
A supermodel trifecta in honor of their recent returns to the runway.
Watch the beloved designer explain how women and technology inspired his long-awaited return to fashion.
As Gucci's vice president of brand and culture engagement, Phillips helps the company authentically invest in the Black community.
The look included shoulder pads (it *was* 1991) and a megawatt smile.
America the beautiful, indeed.
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The stylish yoga teachers and businesswomen share the distinct differences between how they dress in-studio, on-screen and off-duty.
They were on their way to court for cannabis possession. Chic!
We surveyed students on how they think their schools have handled the pandemic, and what they feel they're missing out on.
She had her quarantine look down all the way back in 1994.