The scene-stealer shares her own influence on Kamala's style in Mindy Kaling's Netflix series and her speed-shopping trip for her "Vogue" India-covered wedding.
The designers from "#BlackAF," "Unorthodox," "Never Have I Ever" and "Awkwafina is Nora From Queens" on dressing writers, creators and decision-makers.
And, yes, a shirtless Paxton Hall-Yoshida totally counts as one.
This is the ideal respite from our current winter hell.
One influencer takes the co-host of "The Real" to task for not doing her research.
Including lots of LBDs, colorful suits and at least one zip-up hoodie.
Plus, Daniel Lee's influence on Bottega Veneta.
"We owe it to all these women to do it right," says costume designer Mitchell Travers.
From ballgowns to pantsuits to whatever you want to call Kendall Jenner's ensemble.
See all the coolest red carpet looks from the coldest film festival.
Stylists are still facing challenges when it comes to dressing non-white, non-sample-sized clients.
What are we going to do when this promo tour ends?
"It's just the perfect kismet for me," says Kemal Harris, red carpet stylist and "House of Cards" costume designer for client Robin Wright.
Oscar-nominated costume designer Paco Delgado also discusses dressing newcomer Storm Reid in her breakout role.
All of your faves were there, and they looked damn good.
Watch Sandra Bullock lead a dream scheme to rob the Met Gala.
"There were no rules with Mindy, and it let me just be creative," says the show's costume designer Salvador Perez.
They also went all out on the pattern front.
Ok, it was mostly just Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen who did that, but we're here for it.
"Fashion labels don't always make dressing me easy, but I still think I'm the best dressed character on TV."
Yet another way to score behind-the-scenes peeks of your favorite TV shows, including "Empire," "The Walking Dead" and "The Mindy Project."
Get the scoop on Annalise Keating's Victoria Beckham dresses, Juliet Barnes's Taylor Swift-like style evolution, Bradley Cooper's normcore look and more from the costume designers themselves.
We pop champagne, ohh.