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.
"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."
Plus, gowns of your fairy tale dreams and cool bride separates.
The costume designer shares her biggest challenge on set of the award-season juggernaut and the backstory behind Xtina's iconic "leg coverings."
"I really tried to look for these very edgy and niche brands that only people 'in the know' will know," says costume designer Vera Chow.
The Oscar winner created an opulent sartorial paradise for the sequel to the Eddie Murphy classic.
Four bridal experts guide us through this still-uncertain but hopeful time.
How costume designer Charlese Antoinette helped transform Daniel Kaluuya into Black Panther Party Chairman Fred Hampton.
How image architect Law Roach and stylist Samantha McMillen, plus 'PEN15' costume designer Melissa Walker, made it all happen for lockdown filming.
"We are not getting the opportunities to use our voice."
View her debut made-in-L.A. collection here. (Oh, and Jonesy's back!)
Costume designer Lindy Hemming breaks down Diana's white goddess gown, Steve Trevor's '80s makeover and the much-anticipated Golden Armor.
Francine Jamison-Tanchuck on portraying the friendship of Malcolm X, Jim Brown, Cassius Clay and Sam Cooke through costume design in Regina King's film directorial debut.
"Cassie uses costume to play her games," says designer Nancy Steiner of the titular lead (and her plans).
Ellen Mirojnick shares how she put a steamy Shondaland twist onto the Netflix show's period-authentic wardrobe.