As if we needed a reason to revisit these iconic photos.
From Kristen Stewart in Chanel to Naomi Campbell in Alaïa to Elle Fanning in... well, everything.
She's an expert at making fancy fabrics and accessories feel more approachable.
It was likely on one of my moodboards in 2006.
Plus, Covid-19's impact on the direct-to-consumer market.
A South of France 'fit worth remembering and recreating four years later.
We caught up with the actress and perennial It girl at the Los Angeles launch of her first fragrance, Little Flower.
You know, a casual look.
The eyewear brand hopes to bring back the sellout success from its first collaboration with the "It" girl last year.
Elle Fanning, Chloë Sevigny and more take the glamorous French Riviera.
"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 ballgowns to pantsuits to whatever you want to call Kendall Jenner's ensemble.
"Girls" and "Orange is the New Black" costume designer Jenn Rogien also discusses Greta Lee's "kooky, '60s-meets-now" repeat party look.
Plus, costume designer Natalie O'Brien explains how Kristen Stewart would sneak jeans and Converse under her 1890s housemaid costumes.
Living proof that "'It' girl" isn't an age-bound term.
All proceeds will go to charity.
Red and glitter were big.
The style star curated her own shop of vintage goods.
Chloë Sevigny, Cate Blanchett, Aimee Song and more each interpreted the dress code in their own way.
Let Kristen Stewart and Chloë Sevigny show you how to shine bright like a diamond, the tasteful way.
More like fashion festival.
She has also developed a penchant for milkmaid braids.