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.
While Emma Stone's include Middle Earth-style elf robes and a retro femme fatale suit.
"I want people to be conscientious of how female bodies aren't there for us to look at," says costume designer Rachel Dainer-Best.
Plus, costume designer Natalie O'Brien explains how Kristen Stewart would sneak jeans and Converse under her 1890s housemaid costumes.
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Plus, Luka Sabbat, Suki Waterhouse and other celebrity guests revisit their favorite (and most regrettable) early-aughts fashion moments.
The 2018 Emmy-nominated costume designers share their biggest challenges — behind-the-scenes fun facts, included.
And Noah Centineo (aka your boyfriend Peter Kavinsky) is the jock version of "Blane" in Netflix's latest rom-com.
Plus, Sarah Jessica Parker unveils her empowering Fall 2018 campaign for Italian intimates brand, Intimissimi.
Award winning costume designer Renée Ehrlich Kalfus also dishes on Anna Kendrick's mommy vlogger cat socks and florals in the upcoming suspense thriller.
We got tips straight from the minds behind the power-dressing looks on "The Bold Type," "Younger," "Set It Up" and "The Good Fight."
Plus, we found 19 killer styles to shop at a wide range of price points.
"Lara Jean is this badass, quirky, awesome individual," says costume designer Rafaella Rabinovich of the beloved lead character.
"You want to mix in the local culture," says costume designer Mary E. Vogt. "That was really really beautiful."
The real Ron Stallworth also offered input on how to make his outfits "jazzy" on the big screen.
Spoiler: It's not in Williamsburg.
2018 Emmy nominees from "This Is Us," "Empire" and "Jesus Christ Superstar Live!" explain why a familiar, everyday outfit can help develop some of your favorite characters on TV.
Yara Shahidi, Mindy Kaling and Meghan Markle have all recently worn pieces by the Canadian luxury label designed by Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong.
The "Queer Eye" fashion guru on body positivity, being a "stylist's worst nightmare" and the upcoming third season of the Netflix hit series.
She's been working her ass off for more than a decade — and in more than one country.
Especially with Tessa Thompson's (literally) statement-making fashion by costume designer Deirdra Govan.
With a surprise assist from Kate Middleton, of course.