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These are the recurring hair, makeup and nail themes that captured our attention and took our breath away this season.
"I've heard, read and reflected on your frustration, anger and outrage," the designer wrote in a lengthy Instagram caption.
Including Nicki Minaj.
After a 90-minute start-time delay came a runway full of beautiful clothes — and a whole lot of rumors.
Though the designer's runway show started much later than expected, it was well worth the wait.
This beauty look had everything: vintage inspiration, pastel hair dye, buzz cuts, exaggerated chignons, up-to-the-brows eye shadow...
And yes, I know I have a problem.
Dog-walking, but make it Fashion.
Social media, among other factors, is driving a transformation in how designer labels approach the beauty category.
Plus, Instagram makes Stories shoppable.
Plus, DVF on her transition from fashion designer to philanthropist.
Congrats to the happy, fast casual-loving couple!
With extreme silhouettes, rich textures, vibrant colors and expressive models, the designer put the "show" back in fashion show.
There's nothing subtle going on here.
John Targon will lead the brand's lower-priced product team.
That, along with a slew of his other European brick-and-mortar locations.
The anthurium has upgraded from "corporate hotel flower" to aesthetically-pleasing bloom.
The pair discuss the photo-sharing platform — and the designer's Fall 2017 social media ban — at "Vogue"'s Forces of Fashion conference on Thursday.
Many luxury brands' attempts to "do it for the culture" can seem disingenuous — or can go terribly awry.
Plus, Justin O'Shea and Metallica collaborate on music merch for Selfridges.
Because let's be real, we could all use one.