Great Outfits in Fashion History: Tom Hiddleston in a Sea Blue Suit at Cannes
Sometimes, you have to stand out from your surroundings by blending in.
19 Camel Coats That Will Serve as Your Perfect Fall Companion
Whether you're seeking a classic wool style or a more trend-driven fringed version.
16 Matching Blazer-and-Shorts Suit Sets to Help Transition Your Wardrobe Into Fall
Early fall dressing never looked so chic
Meghan Markle Wore a Thing: Reiss Swirl-Printed Shift Dress Edition
It's rare to see the Duchess of Sussex wearing prints — let alone such a groovy, '60s-era motif.
The Best Sales to Shop the Weekend Before Christmas
Our guide to what you should be shopping this weekend.
Why Do British Retailers Have So Much Trouble in the U.S.?
It has more to do with us than it does with them.
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Witchy Woman: 5 Witch-Inspired Outfits You'll Want to Wear After Halloween
Recently, we've noticed the emergence of an unlikely style icon: The witch. We're serious. From the runways of Saint Laurent and Thom Browne to the backs of celebrities like Elle Fanning, witch-inspired fashion is no longer just for Halloween.
We Went Ahead and Chronicled Kate Middleton's Many Recycled Outfits in Painstaking Detail
Kate Middleton may have worn a custom Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding gown to marry Prince William, but she's a commoner at heart. She's no
Street Style: Model Shaya is Obsessed with Steam Rooms
Name: Shaya Ali Occupation: Model How would you describe your style? Classic and chic. What are you currently obsessed with? The steam room! I love steam rooms! It gets rid of all my stress and I feel beautiful when I get out of one. I love the one at The Peninsula. What was the last song you listened to? "I Don't Like" by Kanye West.
Super Cute Spring Dresses for Graduation and Beyond
You've made it through four years of classes, student projects, and endless hours cramming in the library: Now graduation is finally here. Congrats!
A Closer Look at the 'Kate Middleton Effect': Why It Can Be a Double-Edged Sword for Retailers
Throughout Kate Middleton’s first year of married life, the Duchess has donned a slew of tasteful and decidedly quiet outfits that inevitably landed tenfold in the press—-each one leaking online with increased excitement. There’s no doubt that the brands the Duchess supports have experienced unforeseen growth, selling out of Middleton’s favorite pieces in a matter of days, sometimes even hours. Though despite the profit-drawing qualities of what retailers now call ‘The Kate Middleton Effect,’ The Sunday Times recently published an article drawing attention to the phenomenon’s reverse implications. The (paywalled) piece, which was picked up by international outlets, including The Daily Beast, noted that after Middleton wore Links of London’s Hope drop-style earrings in her official engagement photos, the brand quickly sold out of the style at such an accelerated rate that they were unable to produce additional stock at the necessary speed, leading to an onslaught of counterfeits that cost the brand $12.6 million in potential profits. Titled, “Kate’s Favourite Jeweller Loses £8m to Net Pirates,” the article quoted the head of the brand’s online sales team as saying, “The counterfeiters were a lot cleverer than we were at the time of the wedding. We didn't have that much stock so we started to sell out quite quickly ... The counterfeiters took advantage of that by saying they had stock and people were duped into buying them."
Kate Middleton Makes Her First Ever Speech Wearing Her Mom's Old Dress
This morning, the Duchess of Cambridge made her first speech ever and rather than buy a new dress for the occasion, she wore one from Reiss' fall 20