Paired with a Pop & Suki top-handle bag.
This look will go down as one of the all-time Hollywood classics.
Featuring Janelle Monáe, Timothée Chalamet, Ana de Armas and more.
All the "friends of the house" were there.
Plus, the price of fast fashion.
Celebrities leaned on the tried-and-true duo for various affairs.
A minimalist piece of college merch holds a weighty meaning in pop culture, from Winston Duke's character in "Us" to Beyoncé's "Homecoming."
And Beyoncé graced us with her presence — in Balmain no less — so there's that.
"I wanted them to really bleed out from the background," says costume designer Kym Barrett, as we black out for a moment.
In addition to bows, celebrity chose lots of sparkle to kick off awards season.
The star-studded guest list took advantage of the Italian fashion house's heritage of excess.
She wore fantastic Dolce & Gabbana for a visit to SiriusXM Studios on Wednesday.
Plus, Chanel pledges 25 million euros to sponsor the Grand Palais renovation.
From the new Black Panther supersuit to Lupita Nyong'o's Wakanda-honoring knots.
The award-winning actress is the latest "Vogue" cover star — her fourth for the magazine.
"I think that role that I've played has kept the narrative of this struggle," said the two-time Oscar nominee.
Marion and Emma and Lupita, oh my!
Eight actresses are featured on the publication's Nov. 2016 covers, which you can experience via augmented reality.
And in the front rows at Paris Fashion Week.
The actress wore a dress from designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia's resort 2017 collection for an appearance on "The Late Show."
Our favorite looks from the world beyond fashion month.
She revealed her issue in an emotional Instagram video that made us cry.
This year's calendar, shot by Peter Lindbergh, is less naked supermodels, more Oscar-winning actresses.