Fawnia Soo Hoo is a contributing editor at Fashionista and a freelance fashion, beauty and lifestyle writer. Previously, she worked in public relations and events management, but found her calling after covering (and surviving) New York City sample sales for Racked NY. Pop culture is her one true love, so she’ll always find a way to work all her favorite CW TV shows into one fashion story. She has also written for Refinery29, Teenvogue.com, Elle.com and Glamour.com.
Actor Josh Segarra and costume designer Jill Bream discuss the episode and its inspirations, which include Japanese streetwear, Rick Owens and an imagined go-karting brainstorm sesh between Lance and Chase. (Warning: spoilers!)
"Only Murders in the Building," "Awkwafina is Nora From Queens," "Evil" and "Never Have I Ever" costume designers on how to express yourself through statement outerwear.
"Monica has this incredible memory. She could remember the brands and where she bought these pieces."
"Bridgerton" costume designer Ellen Mirojnick explains how Swarovski-studded Jimmy Choo heels informed Cinderella's magical ballgown.
"The tone of the show is so much funnier than the real world and, well, the clothes really just need to match that idea," says returning designer Jill Bream.
Returning costume designer Denise Wingate breaks down Addison Rae's influencer wardrobe and all the throwbacks to the original film.
Nicky Austin and Jacky Levy take us through Keeley's celebrity-inspired extensions and Jamie's on- and off-the-pitch "wanky" style.
Emmy nominee (and "Downtown Abbey" costume designer) Anna Robbins also incorporated modern-day Ferragamo heels into the flashback scenes.
"We all love to dress up, wear costumes and just do silly, fun things," says the actor, singer and activist, about creating #content with co-stars Maitreyi Ramakrishnan and Ramona Young.
Eric Daman's former assistants discuss their favorite fashion memories and lessons learned from the show, including negotiating fashion designer NDAs and copping Blair's heels.
Director Janicza Bravo and costume designer Derica Cole Washington explain the sartorial symbolism and subversion of expectations in the movie inspired by A'Ziah "Zola" King's 2015 Twitter odyssey.
The costume designers behind "The Bold Type," "Run the World" and "Younger" all weigh in on all that aspirational Gucci, Balmain and Chanel.
"I don't want to wear the things that everybody else is wearing. I want to wear things that I found, that I looked for and that I handpicked," says the thrifting obsessive.
"Hustlers" designer Mitchell Travers gives a tour through the Washington Heights-set film's vibrant colors celebrating Latinx heritage, locally shopped pieces and knockoff Gucci.
From theatrical ballgowns to mix-and-match separates you'll want to wear again to reimagined vintage treasures.
"Patricia Field just blasted my eyes open to expressing yourself via clothes."
Jeriana San Juan breaks down the sartorial portrayal of celebrated luminaries — and the legendary Battle of Versailles — in the new Netflix miniseries.
"It's the feel good thing that we all needed after a year of doom and gloom."
Because "everyone's thinking about it."