"Only Murders in the Building," "Awkwafina is Nora From Queens," "Evil" and "Never Have I Ever" costume designers on how to express yourself through statement outerwear.
The singer and co-chair had her princess moment.
With gilded beauty touches to match.
"Monica has this incredible memory. She could remember the brands and where she bought these pieces."
"Bridgerton" costume designer Ellen Mirojnick explains how Swarovski-studded Jimmy Choo heels informed Cinderella's magical ballgown.
Revisiting this timeless Gabriela Hearst look and the bag that doesn't quite match, in the best way.
"The tone of the show is so much funnier than the real world and, well, the clothes really just need to match that idea," says returning designer Jill Bream.
Rock royalty indeed.
The actor hit up the L.A. premiere of "Atonement" wearing a tough-yet-delicate dress.
A lesson on dressing up orange.
Returning costume designer Denise Wingate breaks down Addison Rae's influencer wardrobe and all the throwbacks to the original film.
This over-the-top CMA Awards gown deserves another look.
Retailers — and Kardashians — are snatching up JoosTricot, the former blogger's line of colorful, vintage-inspired knitwear.
Is there a better occasion to highlight an up-and-coming NYC label?
With the red carpet (mostly) out of the picture, an A-lister's everyday fashion is all we've had to work off of — and it's become a very important, highly influential piece in the celebrity style puzzle.