The old adage about art imitating life was clearly at play backstage at New York Fashion Week.
It's time to stock up on all your favorite skin, hair, makeup, fragrance, body and wellness products.
Let's face it: You probably thought about buying a Rowing Blazers sweater after watching "The Crown."
Our picks in skin care, makeup, hair, fragrance, body and tools.
And that coral-y, orange-red lip? Stunning.
Including protective hair care, an artful eye-makeup palette and one of the prettiest highlighters we've ever seen.
Many of the labels that were once backstage staples have abandoned their runway sponsorships — but what's in it for the ones that remain?
A must-read roundup of our most popular stories of the week. You're welcome.
The iconic red lip color has a surprising backstory.
Plus, fashion brands are experimenting with resale in an effort towards sustainability.
Plus, MAC wants to win back the U.S. market.
Including a biodegradable body wash, the perfect fall nail polish, the candles we can't get enough of and the lip colors we're loving.
The man who helped the magazine "#breaktheinternet" is leaving the publication.
Go beyond basic black with these lively lash enhancers.
The prettiest way to wear color is hazy, washed-out and intentionally imprecise.
With some other pretty epic accomplishments in between.
And oily, combination and acne-prone types, too.
Social media, among other factors, is driving a transformation in how designer labels approach the beauty category.
Plus, Vogue.com launches "VogueWorld 100."
"How does this translate to the street? It totally doesn't at all."
Plus, Chance The Rapper ignites Twitter feud after claiming he brought back Supreme.