Meghan Markle’s Stella McCartney reception dress isn’t just going on sale; it’s already being worn by other royals…or at least a very similar style to it. Princess Sofia of Sweden attended the Polar Music Prize award ceremony yesterday in an emerald sleeveless halter-neck gown. Her hunky husband Prince Carl Phillip and sister-in-law Princess Madeleine walked
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If your wedding invitation instructs guests to BYOBS (Bring Your Own Bathing Suit), you probably have a relaxed approach to wedding planning. Continue your laissez-faire style and buy your dress off the rack too, which suits you more than a tailored ball gown ever could. Say yes to these feminine tiered dresses, ivory silk slips,
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“I have come to view bachelorette parties as liminal spaces where traditional codes of conduct and behaviors do not exist,” explains Maria, a twenty-something New Yorker who has attended two—I can’t believe we’re calling it this—“last days of freedom” parties for the women in her life. “I fear the invite,” adds Ariel, a 30-year-old four-time
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1 of 113 June 14, 2018 In a Giambattista Valli jumpsuit with designer Giambattista Valli and Philippa Webb at the brand’s London store opening on Sloane Street. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 of 113 April 6, 2018 In a powder blue coat and cheetah dress while walking around New York City. Advertisement – Continue
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Like us, Samira Wiley only learned the true story of Moira, her character in Hulu’s authoritarian dystopia The Handmaid’s Tale, this season. In a recent Moira-focused episode, we saw June’s fiery friend carrying a baby to term as a surrogate, and in the process meeting the beautiful doctor Odette, who would later become her partner.
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I’m not saying it was ‘loud,’” I say to the kid. “I’m saying it was nuclear-grade. I’m saying it was, like, squealing karaoke Armageddon. I’m saying it was insane.” Beside me in the passenger seat, she’s playing it cool. Even now, though, an hour or so after the last encore, you can tell she’s amped
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The driving shoe is an incredibly useful addition to your summer wardrobe. It is an elegant combination of the penny loafer’s dressiness and the traditional moccasin’s comfort. More urbane than the boat shoe and not as precious as the Belgian loafer, it sits perfectly within the sometimes dreaded smart-casual clothing category and is the only
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Sneaker releases are now so frequent that describing the flurry of brand new kicks as ‘arrivals’ will no longer suffice, the phenomenon now has its own noun, the ‘drop’. We’re well on board for multiple kick drops (not drop kicks) but truth be told, we always find ourselves drawn right back to old favourites, and
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As we get older, it gets harder to rebel. Spray painting anti-war slogans seems messy, you can’t really function without that morning cup of tax-dodging coffee, and your place of work sadly doesn’t include mohawks in its acceptable uniform policy. So what’s the grown-up way – short of becoming a Scientologist – to fight the
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