Costume designer Kathleen Felix-Hager used classic colors and silhouettes to help tell an evergreen (sorry) holiday love story.
This marks the first time in history that Adidas has collaborated with another footwear brand not under its own umbrella.
For the third consecutive quarter on the Lyst Index.
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Kirston Mann shares her fondest costume memories over four seasons, from Jason's Jacksonville DJ 'fits to Eleanor's fire fashion.
Athleisure as we know it today evolved from a century-long history of American sportswear.
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The retro-inspired collection launches Jan. 18.
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Donned for a visit to Luminary Bakery and an interview with the 'Telegraph.'
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The indie brand applied its size-inclusive mission towards the global athletics company.
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TMI, but make it fashion.
Meanwhile, Randall Park wears Angry Asian Man merch and custom-made tuxes by costume designer Leesa Evans, who, yes, also discusses Keanu Reeves.
Students explored a range of issues, from racial equality to gender inclusivity to climate change, through 153 looks on the runway.
The brands are both trying to win sneaker-loving, sustainability-conscious consumers over with big announcements this week.
"A little bit of thrift store, a little bit of streetwear style," says costume designer Mirren Gordon-Crozier. (Plus, details on Fanning's "punk-y" finale beauty look.)
From Gucci and Balenciaga to Champion and American Eagle, there's a comfy pair at every price point.
There was much more on offer, but was it enough?
This year's offerings were really, really good.
Anna Ewers models the new collection, which launches Nov. 14.
Julian Day enjoyed creative license in dressing the legendary frontman off-stage, too.