Tyler McCall is the editor-in-chief of Fashionista.com, where she used to religiously leave comments while an undergrad at the University of Florida. She spends a lot of time wondering if the boys of One Direction are happy on hiatus and trying to find the perfect reaction GIFs of Blair Waldorf. She's also logged hours at Teen Vogue, Vogue Runway and WWD. (Photo: Courtesy of Elana Mudd)
I said what I said.
Polka dots and ladylike pearls!
The absolute iron grip this collection had on fashion!
I know, not a word you typically associate with the French brand.
This is the stuff of Little J's dreams.
Costume designer Eric Daman didn't just follow trends. He set them, often boosting the business of brands in the process.
Actor and house ambassador Margaret Qualley served as the bride.
For Fall 2021, Maria Grazia Chiuri focused on touch.
This time around, costume designer Eric Daman brought a different, more minimalist approach to dressing the teens of Constance Billard and St. Jude's.
These are clothes to wear when you want to go out, but you also want to run home and hide under your biggest blanket.
This is the epitome of one-and-done dressing.
Sometimes, you have to stand out from your surroundings by blending in.
Everything old really is new again.
Are you ready for this comeback?
Wes Gordon designed the brand's Resort 2022 line around an imaginary 24-hour getaway.
The actor stars in his Resort 2022 look book.
And Demna Gvasalia takes another crack at Crocs.
This was a red carpet look for the history books.
Certainly a far cry from the Laura Ashley moments of our family photos.
Don't lie: You totally had a poster of this lewk in your college dorm.
What is it, 1985 or something?
What's not to love about a relatable rewear?
The Resort 2022 collection sees the designer splashing out into new territory.