Let's face it: You probably thought about buying a Rowing Blazers sweater after watching "The Crown."
This month, we were all about mood-boosting finds.
With an assist from WNBA stars, the brand is introducing a new exfoliating bar and body oil — and Fashionista's beauty director is already hooked.
Plus, the beauty entrepreneur working to desegregate Minneapolis salons.
These brands will work with the organization and the Human Rights Campaign to put policies into practice to demonstrate their commitment to Black employees at all levels.
And many are accepting applications right now.
We will continue to update as more companies step forward.
Just because beach parties are off the table, doesn't mean you can't dress for one.
Including a candle that goes a long way toward enhancing a home workspace and hand soap and sanitizer that are actually in stock.
Glossier Hand Cream makes its debut with community-shot campaign imagery and donations to healthcare workers on the front lines.
Eye makeup, made simple.
We're keeping a running list, updated every time new brands close their physical storefronts to prevent further spreading the disease.
Without actually having to be Zoë Kravitz.
Plus, tween and teen beauty is on the rise.
Plus, Farfetch introduces a new "drop" program.
From a cozy red sweatsuit to an elegant pink dress.
Cheers to cuffing season and bold tops!
We tested a lot (no, like a lot) of skin-care, makeup, hair, fragrance and wellness products over the past 12 months.
Including a (way) cheaper alternative to the Dyson Airwrap, an unexpected winter nail color, glow-enhancing highlighters and a whole host of moisturizing skin saviors.
Dryer balls, Rent the Runway subscriptions and super comfy shoes.
As technology has stretched the boundaries of labor, the rules of what to wear to work (and what even qualifies as work) have become less clear.