"The roll-out of vaccinations and lifting of lockdown saw demand increase for dressier styles, as well as items associated with travel and leisure," according to Lyst.
"Hot Girl Summer, Kind of Wonderful."
No one does film festival fashion quite like Elle.
The brand has sat out fashion week over the past year-plus, instead releasing its latest collections on its own timeline, often months after they'd typically walk the runway in Paris.
From Kristen Stewart in Chanel to Naomi Campbell in Alaïa to Elle Fanning in... well, everything.
"Sweats have seen us through the past year, but many fashion-lovers are now looking to set aside the sweatpants and rediscover the joy of dressing up."
The costume designer shares her biggest challenge on set of the award-season juggernaut and the backstory behind Xtina's iconic "leg coverings."
Plus, what to do when a retailer doesn't pay.
The boy bander-turned-rock star has his personal style on lock.
Costume designer Lindy Hemming breaks down Diana's white goddess gown, Steve Trevor's '80s makeover and the much-anticipated Golden Armor.
"Shape, silhouette and volume, the beauty of the bare bones of clothing stripped back to its essence — a world charged with emotion and human connection."
Models Paloma Elsesser, Tess McMillan, Precious Lee and Jill Kortleve spoke at 'Vogue Forces of Fashion' to discuss what the past few seasons have meant for them.
The former "Suits" star suited up in a familiar look for her latest virtual conversation alongside Prince Harry.
After years of being written off as too difficult, upcycling gained serious momentum in a season made topsy-turvy by a global pandemic.
Dance club star alter-ego not included.
It was a red-carpet hit for years after its runway debut.
See how Look 33 — with its Fall 2017 lichen lace and reworked cotton tulle and washed-silk organza — was created.
Saint Laurent and Bottega Veneta will be making Kering happy this year.
The absolute best from New York, London, Milan and Paris.
Through all the commotion, these are the ones that stood out to our editors.