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Here's to the woman who wears Nikes with her couture and takes off her heels in the middle of the Cannes red carpet.
This woman has never voluntarily stayed in heels longer than she absolutely had to.
Further proof that pearls are badass.
Plus, the nuanced language of conscious fashion, explained.
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A handful of entertainment's biggest names make the case for a modern-day take on Shakespeare's most iconic play.
She wore a Cartier necklace with 610 diamonds *backward* to the latest "Charlie's Angels" premiere in London.
Costume designer Kym Barrett shares the behind-the-scenes details on the super-spy wardrobes of all the Angels.
The pantsuit aficionado strikes again.
Models! Gowns! Oh, and movies!
Each takes her turn portraying Shakespeare's Juliet.
The new film about the hoax of the decade also co-stars Diane Kruger and Courtney Love in current day Vika Gazinskaya.
And it makes all the sense why.
The front row for Karl Lagerfeld's final collection for the French house was filled with his many muses and brand ambassadors.
Featuring Kristen Stewart, Tessa Thompson, Tilda Swinton, Marion Cotillard and Pharrell.
Plus, costume designer Natalie O'Brien explains how Kristen Stewart would sneak jeans and Converse under her 1890s housemaid costumes.
How one extravagant perfume spot launched the brand's foray into mini-movies.
Plus, "WWD" reveals fashion's most highly compensated executives.
The first clip for Chanel's Gabrielle bag ad campaign has arrived.