We love when our latest binge-watch happens to deliver in the style department, too – cue the third season of Hulu’s quirky comedy, Shrill, starring Aidy Bryant as Annie, a journalist navigating body image, relationships, and workplace drama. Set in Portland, the show hits on just the right brand of dressing up without trying too hard.

Annie’s style is a refreshing mix of vintage-feeling finds and staples; it’s equal parts charming and cool. That’s all thanks to costume designer Amanda Needham, who picked up a couple of Emmys for her work on Portlandia. Here, Amanda excels at crafting a wardrobe that feels current, without getting caught up in trends. Needham captures Annie’s unique sense of style with a mix of off-the-rack finds, from stores like ASOS and designers like Rachel Antonoff, though as she told Vox in an interview shortly after the show’s release, she made many of … Read the rest

Once upon a time, there was a fairy godmother. Glamorous and well-connected, she loved clothes, and was generous in granting wishes to people who made beautiful, unique things. With a tap of her wand, she funded scholarships and prizes, liberally dusting her chosen proteges with the kind of magic that drew the attention of other important people.

And then one day, she did something that shocked everyone: She posted a picture of herself on social media, smiling with a notorious ogre who despised the sort of inclusive, joyful self-expression she’d seemed to support herself, and she captioned it: “A special way to end the night!” The carriage turned into a pumpkin in a single Instagram Story.

To see her doing this not only broke the hearts of many in the kingdom — after all, the makers of the beautiful things she loved to support were also often the kinds of … Read the rest

The Lineup is a monthly series where we’re giving you an inside peek at the beauty lineups of cool fashion people, editors, makeup artists, hairstylists, and estheticians—all the people we trust the most. Get ready for a behind-the-scenes look at all the can’t-live-without products that make their worlds go round.

After more than a year of social distancing, I’ve become a pro at adapting my beauty routine. I’ve swapped my airbrush tans for gradual lotions; switched out my gel nails for something more natural; and have even kept my facials on pause in favor of at-home treatments. If you’ve felt inspired to do the same, then there’s a good chance you’re already familiar with the wizardry of Melanie Simon, aka the genius brainchild behind the Ziip Electrical Facial Device ($495) (and the woman responsible for Jennifer Aniston’s sculpted and glowy skin).

The palm-sized device isn’t your average skin tool. Every … Read the rest

My daughter now buys makeup from me and she loves the collagen and kelp as it helps with her skin as she suffers real bad with acne she would not try anything else.

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“[I just want] people to discover a love and appreciation for what ballroom is and the people that are on the scene and in the culture.”

HBO Max’s Legendary, which is a reality TV competition that explores ballroom culture, is now streaming season two. And if you’re not watching, you’re missing out on some incredible voguing and the fashion to match – curated by costume designer Johnny Wujek – along with expert judging tips from Image Architect Law Roach. Law (whose celebrity clients include Zendaya and Anya Taylor-Joy) focuses on the wardrobe in the show and joins fellow judges Leiomy Maldonado, Megan Thee Stallion, and Jameela Jamil, all of whom dole out scores on runway walks and performances throughout each episode, ultimately making for some major house victories. While season one was filmed with a live audience, due to COVID regulations, season two involves just the cast and crew. … Read the rest

Carrie Yap, founder of the Calgary-based millinery brand Yap Sister (so named because she has siblings), seems to have found her common ground when it comes to making connections. Through her slow fashion-focused label, Yap is able to intertwine the symbolism and storytelling vital to Asian communities and bring the past and present together in her designs. And through her work as an urban planner, she’s come to notice — most palpably over the last year — just how important the concept of community-building is. Interestingly, it’s the parameters of this vocation that set Yap off on a course that’s changed her outlook entirely.

“I don’t get to use my hands that often,” Yap notes of her civic-centric role. “I’m always looking for ways to express myself through my hands.” That’s how she came to learn the craft of hat-making, apprenticing under New York-based milliner Anya Caliendo before launching her … Read the rest

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Fall is the epitome of change and redevelopment in fashion. I kept the Graffiti Art Jeans on for this next photo too, in order to give you a look at one of the generous group gifts your Tastic tag earns you. blog-va The top is their Evolution of Woman Hoodie, and the hot pink image on the front looks like we have evolved right into the ability to shop for shoes 😉 It includes sizes for Freya, Isis, Venus, Maitreya, Hourglass, and Physique mesh bodies. Although the high-end fashion industry is limited by a small number of brands, top fashion designers set the tone for fashion trends, in addition to initiating the way … Read the rest

Most Wanted is a weekly series in which one editor, staffer, or influencer shares their top 30 must-haves or current wish-list items.

There are perks to being an editor, sure, but the truth is I’m faced with so much shopping temptation on the daily that I have to get creative (aka thrifty) when building my wardrobe. I’ve basically become BFFs with the high-low mix: For every occasional splurge, I offset it with a handful of more affordable buys. I swear this logic makes total sense in my head.

Nordstrom gets it. I’m certain that’s why it’s always well-stocked with five-star gems, from $395 sandals that go with essentially everything to $20 tanks that are perfect for layering. With all of that in mind, I thought I’d take you on a little tour of the spendy finds and sartorial steals I have stashed in my cart for summer. Consider it your … Read the rest

You’d better believe Cardi B is going all out for her second Mother’s Day as a mom, and she’s struttin’ into year three with a pair of stylish monochrome sneakers on her feet. Inspired by “the indescribable feeling of love” she experienced when her daughter, Kulture Kiari Cephus, was born in 2018, Cardi collaborated with Reebok on her final Club C Cardi drop: a “Mommy & Me” collection! The best part? It comes in sizes for moms and kids!

The shoe line is available in adult, junior, and infant sizing and comes in two monochrome shades: Rose Gold and Aqua Dust. Since having Kulture, Cardi has seen her as a breath of fresh air, which is why the Aqua Dust shoes – reminiscent of the aquamarine stone – represent calm, clarity, and relaxation. “Even after I’ve had a long day – like today was a long day – at night, … Read the rest

From launches and collabs to reimagined goods, lots went on in the fashion world this week. Here’s everything you might have missed…

Global fashion retailer SSENSE launches a kids department

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World-renowned fashion platform SSENSE has expanded its offerings to kids, from newborn to age 14, with apparel, shoes and accessories. SSENSE kids department launched on May 5 with over 15 brands and collaborators, including some exclusively designed capsules. Collina Strada, Dime, Museum of Peace & Quiet and Rave Review are some of the labels already available, and new arrivals will be uploaded regularly to eventually include over 80 brands. You can expect to see mainstream high fashion houses like Balenciaga, Gucci, Versace and The Row roll out some childrens’ pieces, as well as kid-centric brands like Bobo Choses, JELLYMALLOW and The Animals Observatory.

SSENSE kids is taking this expansion as an opportunity to also give young … Read the rest