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From Princess Diana To Jennifer Aniston, These Are The Ultimate Celebrity Revenge Looks

From Princess Diana To Jennifer Aniston, These Are The Ultimate Celebrity Revenge Looks

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Princess Diana almost never wore the dress now considered the progenitor of “revenge dressing”. Made for her by the Greek designer Christina Stambolian, it had been sitting in her wardrobe for three years, with Diana worrying that it was too daring.
Her decision to wear it to the Serpentine Gallery’s summer party, in June 1994, had been a last-minute one. She had reportedly been due to wear something by Valentino, but changed her mind: it was the night that a controversial television programme aired, detailing Prince Charles’s adulterous relationship with Camilla Parker-Bowles, now the Duchess of Cornwall. “She wanted to look a million dollars,” said her former stylist and the late Vogue editor, Anna Harvey, “and she did”.
The decision ensured Diana was front-page news. “The Thrilla He Left To Woo Camilla,” raved The Sun, above a photograph of Diana striding from her car wearing the figure-hugging style, a choker of pearls at her neck, her hair immaculate, her smile wide. The moment has now become “a mood”, as the internet would call it.
The “revenge dress” is due to feature in the fifth series of The Crown, worn by Elizabeth Debicki, who is taking over from Emma Corrin to play Diana in the next season. The actor was snapped recreating one of Diana’s most famous moments, emerging from her chauffeur-driven car wearing a black off-the-shoulder dress and strands of pearls with a central sapphire gem round her neck.

Here, a round-up of the best revenge dressing moments through the years.

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Bella Hadid, 2017

Forget the theme (“Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between” – admittedly not the easiest). For Bella Hadid, the Met Gala 2017 was an opportunity to show off her exceptionally toned body in front of her ex-boyfriend The Weeknd, who was in attendance with his new girlfriend Selena Gomez, thanks to a lace beaded body stocking.

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Katie Holmes, 2019

Fresh from a break-up with long-term beau Jamie Foxx, it didn’t take long for Katie Holmes to reinvent herself as a cashmere bra influencer courtesy of a barley-coloured Khaite bra and cardigan set.
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Jennifer Aniston, 2005

Attending the premiere of the film Derailed, in New York, Aniston looked quite the opposite, in a figure-hugging, beaded Chanel dress that showed she would not be embroiled in gossip about the break-down of her marriage to Brad Pitt.
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Jennifer Lopez, 2004

Having broken off her engagement to Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez hit the Golden Globes red carpet in Grecian-style Michael Kors, looking the very definition of “glowing”.
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Princess Diana, 1994

As her former husband Prince Charles admitted to adultery in a documentary aired on national television, Diana stepped out at the Serpentine in a Christina Stambolian off-the-shoulder dress, ensuring the glamour quotient was at a maximum.
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Elizabeth Hurley, 2000

Elizabeth Hurley went all-out for an anniversary party for Valentino Garavani. The plunging neckline and sultry silhouette of her oyster-hued gown drew a clear line under her relationship with Hugh Grant, with whom she had recently split in the wake of a cheating scandal.
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Ariana Grande, 2018

Having broken off her engagement to Pete Davidson after a rollercoaster romance, Ariana Grande not only released a Burn Book of a hit single, “Thank U, Next”, but looked radiant in the process.
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Irina Shayk, 2019

Who better to turn to than Donatella Versace for a revenge look that truly sizzles? Irina Shayk headed to Milan following a break-up with the father of her child, Bradley Cooper, walking the Versace catwalk in a chainmail mini dress, then trotting all over town in a safety-pinned mini skirt.
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Kristen Stewart, 2013

9 of the Best Online Vintage Stores to Shop at Now

9 of the Best Online Vintage Stores to Shop at Now

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Vintage is having a revival right now, both on the runways and via celebrities, such Bella Hadid and Rihanna, who have been leading the charge. Luckily, an array of online vintage shops, beloved by fashion insiders, means that sourcing archive designer pieces is easier than ever – and means you, too, can be the proud owner of ’90s Jean Paul Gaultier or Tom Ford-era Gucci.
Below, we pick nine of the best online vintage stores to shop now.

Shrimpton Couture
Toronto-based Shrimpton Couture is known for its incredible archive, which ranges from Marc Bohan-era Dior (the inspiration behind the French fashion house’s spring/summer 2022 collection) to ’90s Versace. With Rihanna, Tracee Ellis Ross and Ruth Negga among its fans, you’d better be quick off the mark if you want to snap up a vintage gem.
What Comes Around Goes Around
After more than 25 years in the business, What Comes Around Goes Around is one of the most famous vintage stores in the world, and with good reason. From iconic It-bags to rarer collectible pieces, it’s a must visit for any vintage lovers out there.
Amore Vintage Tokyo
Tokyo’s Amore Vintage has become a popular destination for archive hunters, thanks to its vast collection of brightly-coloured ’90s Chanel bags. Other pieces to watch out for include special-edition Dior saddle bags, as well as vintage Versace sports jackets.
James Veloria
If you’re on board with the trend for ’90s nostalgia right now, then James Veloria offers a treasure trove of vintage finds, ranging from Jean Paul Gaultier to Versace. With Dua Lipa’s stylist Lorenzo Posocco recently paying a visit, expect to see James Veloria-sourced pieces on the singer soon.
Retold Vintage
For the minimalists among us, Retold Vintage is a go-to, with vintage Calvin Klein, Max Mara and Chloé among its offering. With regular drops, carefully-curated by founder Clare Lewis, quickly selling out, it’s worth subscribing to the Retold newsletter in order to get a preview of the pieces.
Pechuga Vintage
If you’ve been inspired by Adele’s corsetry on British Vogue’s November cover, then Pechuga Vintage is the place to visit for a vintage Vivienne Westwood corset. Known as the “king of corsets”, founder Johnny Valencia’s A-list clientele includes the likes of Miley Cyrus and Megan Thee Stallion.
Susamusa
One of Bella Hadid’s favorite Depop stores, Susamusa (which also has upcycled pieces among its offering) is worth a visit – particularly if you’re looking for Y2K denim. Hadid was recently spotted in a long patchwork denim skirt sourced by Susamusa, reviving the divisive Noughties trend.
Nina Gabbana Vintage
The source of Rihanna’s vintage Dior finds, Paris-based Nina Gabbana Vintage is full of hidden gems – whether it’s vintage Gucci (as recently worn by Ariana Grande) or ’90s Prada corsets (we’re obsessed). On the jewelry front, Gigi Hadid was also recently seen wearing a Dior pearl choker found via Nina Gabbana.
Menage Modern Vintage
If you’re in need of a mood-boosting knit this winter, then look no further than Menage Modern Vintage. In fact, the London-based store supplied many of the key looks worn by Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in season four of The Crown, from a Liberty print dress to a Valentino skirt suit.
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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

15 of Bella Hadid’s Best Runway Moments

15 of Bella Hadid’s Best Runway Moments

Palestinian-American Bella Hadid has become of the most sought after models in the fashion industry. The former Vogue Arabia cover star who turns 25, has walked the runway for some of the biggest designers in the industry at fashion weeks across New York, London, Milan, and Paris.
Since signing for IMG Models and making her debut at New York fashion week in 2014, Hadid has seen her career catapult. Following her debut catwalk for the spring/summer 2015 ready-to-wear collection for Desigual, Hadid has modeled for Versace, Tommy Hilfiger, Max Mara, Burberry, Balmain, Moschino, and many more international brands.
Hadid has had an exciting past year, which includes becoming a proud aunt to her Gigi and Zayn Malik’s baby girl, Khai. As the model rings in her 25th birthday, we look back on some of her best runway moments so far.
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Bella and Dua Deliver Yet Another Memorable Joint Style Moment

Bella and Dua Deliver Yet Another Memorable Joint Style Moment

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Bella Hadid and Dua Lipa have each carved out distinctive personal styles, but there are some similarities they share. Neither of these two Gen-Z poster girls is afraid to take a fashion risk, whether in a buzzy new-season look or carefully chosen vintage. They’re also both inspired by the Y2K aesthetic: every look they serve has a hint of nostalgia.
Dua and Bella enjoyed a trip to London last month, to celebrate the former’s 26th birthday. Photo: Getty
To celebrate the first birthday of Gigi Hadid’s daughter, Khai, over the weekend, the duo packed a punch in printed pieces that reflected what was reported to be a “silly skirt or silly pants” dress code for the bash. Dua arrived in a look from Thom Browne’s Resort 2022 collection, styled with the designer’s playful dog handbag and a pair of chunky tartan heels from Nodaleto’s recent collaboration with Marc Jacobs’s Heaven line. Bella opted for a “silly skirt” too, wearing a psychedelic flared midi, a black tank, cropped white shirt and sculptural boots.
Dua, Bella and pals at Soho Farmhouse. Photo: Instagram
Dressing the part for their getaway in Oxfordshire. Photo: Getty
Bella and Dua – who is dating Bella’s brother, Anwar – were photographed together in the UK back in August, where they flitted between A-list watering holes Soho Farmhouse and Chiltern Firehouse to mark Dua’s 26th birthday. When in Oxfordshire, they wore cult trainers, summer boots and trophy accessories. Dua flew the flag for homegrown talent in designs by Mowalola – including an acid-green cow-print look – Maximilian, Martine Rose and Cro-Che. Bella was an honorary Brit in Alexander McQueen, and also dressed in pieces from Comme des Garçons, Eytys and Masha Popova.
Out together in New York City last winter. Photo: Getty
For a city outing in London, they explored their grungier sides: Bella wore leather trousers, a printed cami, suede jacket and boots, while Dua hit the capital in a knitted top from Gabe Gordon, baggy grey jeans, trainers and a Hydra bag by KNWLS.
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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

Everything to Know About Models Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner’s New Business Roles

Everything to Know About Models Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner’s New Business Roles

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The past few days have seen fellow models Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner announce their new roles off the runway. Part-Palestinian model Hadid has shared that she has taken on the role of the co-founder and partner of wellness drink Kin Euphorics, alongside Saudi Arabia-raised CEO Jen Batchelor.
Bella Hadid and Jen Batchelor. Photo: Instagram/@bellahadid
In her announcement post, Hadid shared that in 2019, she was on the verge of burnout owing to the schedule and commitments of her profession when she discovered a can of Kin Organics in her fridge placed by chance. Two years on, she has gone from being a “passionate consumer” to having a significant role in the company, overseeing branding, drink creation, and social initiatives. In fact, upcoming launches of Kin Euphorics will soon contain lavender grown on the Hadid family farm in Pennsylvania.
According to the brand, the drink features natural ingredients that aim to relieve stress, calm nerves, and enhance overall wellness. “Kin is constantly building your brain to be the best version of itself, while making you feel great in the process,” says Hadid.

Meanwhile Jenner’s new job is not too far away from her current profession. The 25-year-old model has joined California-based luxury online fashion retailer FWRD as its creative director. “I grew up loving fashion and have been incredibly fortunate to work with some of the most brilliant people in this business. As FWRD’s creative director, I am excited to help curate the site’s offering with emerging designers and brands,” Jenner said in a statement. The announcement also featured a photoshoot campaign, shot by Glen Luchford and styled by Carlos Nazario, and fall edits for both the FWRD website as well as Vogue. Within this new role, Jenner also aims to focus on bringing smaller creatives to the forefront of emerging trends in fashion. Speaking to Vogue, Jenner said, “I hope, in some small way, this is a chance to give more emerging creatives this kind of platform.”
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The Most Viral Fashion Moments of the Summer So Far

The Most Viral Fashion Moments of the Summer So Far

From Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid returning to the runway at Jacquemus to Balenciaga breaking the internet, and Pyer Moss’s debut at haute couture week — here’s your recap of this summer’s highlights.
Kendall Jenner. Photo: Courtesy of Jacquemus
It’s official: summer is here (for the northern hemisphere at least), and in fashion, there’s been no shortage of fiery hot moments. If anything, it appears as though everyone has stepped up their game on the sensational and experiential front, be it virtual or in real life. 
From Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid returning to the runway at Jacquemus to Balenciaga’s mesmerising haute couture show that broke the internet and Pyer Moss’s history-making debut on the FHCM calendar, which celebrated Black invention — this summer was full of explosive, creative brilliance and the kind of joyous spectacles that we’re all in dire need of. 
In case you missed any, here are the biggest fashion moments you need to know from this summer, so far. 
1. Dior Men artistic director Kim Jones collaborated with rapper Travis Scott on a sublime collection

With a knack for collaborations that are bang on the zeitgeist, Kim Jones joined forces with gen-Z idol Travis Scott for SS22. Inspired by Scott’s personal style (clock the Cactus Jack motif from the rapper’s self-founded record label across Dior pieces) and the maison’s signature house codes, expect to see modern-day icons across the globe wearing these looks in the coming months.
2. Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid returned to the runway for a star-studded Jacquemus show

For his first real-life spectacle since the start of the pandemic, French designer Simon Porte Jacquemus called upon his supermodel friends to walk his runway show — titled La Montagne — in a film studio on the outskirts of Paris. Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Adut Akech, Mona Tougaard and Jill Kortleve, among others, wore his skin-baring, see-now-buy-now looks inspired by skiwear and lingerie.
3. Marc Jacobs staged a triumphant comeback in New York

Pre-pandemic, Marc Jacobs’ shows were consistently a New York Fashion Week highlight, and so after a season absent from the official calendar, his off-schedule return marked a pivotal fashion moment. The result? A colourful and voluminous ode to happiness, inspiration and creativity. And, of course, a cast of new-gen supers such as Gigi Hadid, Kaia Gerber and Imaan Hammam, as well as a cameo from Miley Cyrus. 
4. Supermodel Karen Elson starred in the gloriously uplifting Lightning Strikes: The Moschino Musical
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For Moschino’s Resort 2022 and menswear SS22, creative director Jeremy Scott called upon his friend and longtime muse, Karen Elson, to star in and collaborate on the music for a short film. The fun and utterly glamorous part-singing, part-dancing showcase is topped off with an electrifying original track from the British supermodel-turned-songstress called Lightning Strikes. 
5. Pieter Mulier brought the heat for his Alaïa debut

Since the announcement of Pieter Mulier’s appointment at Alaïa, there’s been speculation of whether he would be able to live up to the standard set by its legendary founder, the late Azzedine Alaïa, who sadly passed away in 2017. Thankfully, the Belgian-born creative director delivered beyond expectations with a collection that not only paid tribute to the hallowed house codes, but also brought a new energy that exuded pure, unadulterated sensual glamour. 
6. Balenciaga broke the internet with its first haute couture show in 53 years

For its first haute couture offering since 1968, Georgian fashion designer Demna Gvasalia went back to the maison’s roots and hosted a phenomenal show at the Balenciaga salon at 10 Avenue Georges V, Paris. And, to put it mildly, the fashion world went wild as feeds on every social media platform were flooded with looks and clips reposted from the few lucky editors who were present. Standout moments? Too many to choose from, but the hybrid ballgown and tailored trouser look or the dreamy tangerine skirt suit paired with an oversized Philip Treacy lampshade hat spring to mind. 
7. Sacai designer Chitose Abe remixed Jean Paul Gaultier’s greatest looks 

As the first guest designer at Jean Paul Gaultier (since Gaultier officially stepped down in January 2020), Chitose Abe of Sacai took on the legacy of the Parisian powerhouse for AW21 haute couture. The Japanese designer reinterpreted iconic codes such as sailor tops, pinstripes and corsets with her own signature touches — from hand-gathered pleats and deconstructed trench coats to hybrid constructed pieces. 
8. Pyer Moss celebrated Black invention with its inaugural couture collection

Pyer Moss designer Kerby Jean-Raymond made history as the first Black designer invited by France’s Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture to present on the official schedule. Shown at the historically significant estate of the US’s first female Black self-made millionaire Madam CJ Walker, the Pyer Moss collection was an extravagantly surreal ode to Black inventors of the past. 
9. Tomo Koizumi brought his organza confections to Kyoto

New-gen couturier Tomo Koizumi took Japan’s fashion pack to Kyoto’s iconic Nijō Castle for his annual collection showcase. And the clothes? “I wanted to challenge myself and make it more conceptual,” the designer told Vogue. This time, he opted to use organza made out of 100 per cent recycled plastic bottles spray painted in his signature bubblegum palette. 
10. Saint Laurent presented its macabre men’s show inside a living work of art

For his SS22 menswear collection show space, creative director Anthony Vaccarello commissioned American artist Doug Aitken to create an art installation that interacts with the landscape of Venice in concomitance with the Biennale of Architecture. During the show itself, models strutted through the prismatic, mirrored construction in Victorian-era, gothic-inspired tailoring that oozed rock’n’roll appeal. 
11. Valentino showed a breathtaking couture display of dreams at the Gaggiandre, Venice

Set in the iconic shipbuilding yard of Venice, Valentino’s creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli delivered yet another magnificent haute couture collection that paid tribute to the intricacies of fine art. Guests were asked to wear white as they were serenaded by British singer Cosima, while models sashayed in looks of vibrant colour and volume that were nothing short of delightful. 
12. Fendi delivered a cinematic short by director Luca Guadagnino and narrated by Kate Moss 

Creative director Kim Jones wanted to transport his audience to Rome via a film for his second couture collection for Fendi. Brought to life by Luca Guadagnino, director of Call Me By Your Name (2017), the short featured 1990s supermodels Amber Valletta, Christy Turlington, Paulina Porizkova and Kate Moss wearing intricately embroidered gowns in shades of taupe, rose and cream.
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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

Why the Charm of Gold Medallions is Needed Now More Than Ever

Why the Charm of Gold Medallions is Needed Now More Than Ever

T.MØNSTER The Stories of Our Soul collection. Courtesy T. MØNSTER
The latest collection drop from Danish-Canadian fine jewelry design house T. Mønster reveals solid gold and diamond medallions each as covetable as the next. They speak with contemporary finesse to ancient celestial and mythical tales. “I looked outward into the universe, to stars and constellations,” shares fine jewelry designer Tina Mønster who has been crafting statement fine jewelry for almost a decade. “The alignment of the stars creating constellations is another way humans look into their souls. Humans love mythology and storytelling; we connect to the fate of being born when the stars are aligned in our Zodiac sign.”
And what a time to be alive. Climate activist Greta Thunberg is the launch cover star of Vogue Scandinavia–the newest Vogue to join the international roster. The launch happens at when the latest IPCC reports reaffirm a desperate climate emergency. Global temperatures are at their highest for 125,000 years. Meanwhile Covid levels continue to fluctuate globally and anti-vaxxers are storming the streets of world capitals.
Sometimes desperate times call for a Lion’s Gate Portal. Bella Hadid recently dedicated an entire Instagram post to her desire to manifest an open heart with the bravery of a lion. Many have been turning quite literally to the stars for guidance, embracing astrology. While the study of planetary positioning having an actual influence on a person’s behavior and future is not confirmed by science, it doesn’t deter millions to flock to read their zodiac on a monthly if not daily basis. One of the earliest forms of storytelling, humans gravitate to celestial symbols to share personal details of themselves with others.

T.MØNSTER Constellations. Courtesy T. MØNSTER
The new drop by T.Mønster offers various storytelling “chapters” to do just that. A collection of 12 Zodiac constellations represents the astrological signs of birth months. Meanwhile, a collection of Kindred spirits talks to animals representing the “animal soul,” the animal with whom the human feels connected to via character traits. Finally, another medallion collection honors the feminine soul celebrating both Mother and Goddess. A gold clip chain offers the possibility to wear various pendants, maillons, and links to connect several medallions to fashion one’s personal story. On the first day of Copenhagen Fashion Week, Vogue Arabia speaks to Mønster on the timeless allure of the medallion, the heart of her latest tour de force collection.
The birth of The Stories of Our Soul collection stems from where?It came about while I was thinking I really wanted to create a line of jewelry that gave the wearer the opportunity to wear their heart on their sleeve or should I say wear their soul on their décolleté. A few years ago, while I was living in Denmark, I would see these beautiful people lightly decorated in tattoos. Not full sleeve tattoos but tattoos in a very exquisite Danish way. An elegant woman in jeans, a thick belt, and cashmere sweater sitting at a café would reach for her latte and her sleeve would let her wrist breath a little and there you would see this beautiful little line tattoo. Danes are always so precise and make very concise decisions, so whatever they chose to engrave on their skin represents something to them or gives deep meaning into who they feel they are; their tattoos tell a story of their soul. I wanted to create a jewelry line that used a single line tattoo style and then I thought most about how humans connect to their spiritual selves. I feel that we look to nature to connect to ourselves, so I researched various animals, plants, and other living things to find out about the various characteristics that embody certain creatures.   

T.MØNSTER 10KT Gold chain link with mini diamond nut maillion and Lyra medallin. Courtesy T. MØNSTER

What medallions are the most precious to you and why?
The medallions most precious to me would have to be Mother and Goddess. Being a mother has given me purpose and helped me to mature. Motherhood thrusted me into becoming more patient and tolerant. It has built up my self-esteem and shown me the importance of bravely standing tall in the face of fear. My mother left when I was young, and it left me with deep wounds. My daughter has mended these wounds; her existence is the greatest gift I have ever been given. I feel so honored to have been given this remarkable experience of being a mother. The Goddess medallion holds a special place in my heart because I think that we bear the fruit of femininity when we channel the divine energy that births our strength to survive. Goddess represents femininity, femininity is strong and any sex can choose to channel its power if they have the honesty and willingness to do so. 

T.MØNSTER 10 karat viper kindred spirit medallion

Sustainability is such a core topic in fashion now. Where are the pieces made?Because we wanted to work with state-of-the-art equipment, we decided to expand our production line internationally. We now work with manufacturers in India to create pieces with a low carbon footprint. We carefully chose manufacturers that had deep knowledge of creating this type of jewelry. We are excited to be creating pieces in solid 10 Karat gold with diamonds, but we will also offer some pieces in solid .925 silver and gold vermeil. We believe in creating an inclusive brand that allows everyone to have an opportunity to adorn themselves in something special.
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10 Crochet Accessories to Add a Touch of Playfulness to Your Outfits

10 Crochet Accessories to Add a Touch of Playfulness to Your Outfits

Raffia, hand-knits and crochet have swept the runways for the past few seasons as designers celebrate the art of craftsmanship. These intricate pieces are not only chic but they offer an opportunity to shop more sustainability – ‘slow fashion’ worthy of long-term investment.
If crafty fashion feels like too much of a divergence from your signature tailoring or minimalist approach to accessories, perhaps it’s time to step out of your comfort zone. The benefit of crochet lies in its versatility: pair a crochet clutch with grey suiting, a bucket hat with sporty beach wear or Bottega Veneta’s vibrant wrap-a-round knit bracelet with…just about anything. Maintaining your current style while experimenting is easy.
Crochet bags in particular were spotted everywhere on the SS21 runways. Celebrities, too, including Rihanna and Bella Hadid were quick to embrace the trend; both were spotted in cute crochet hats and mini dresses.
If you’re new to the crochet movement, start off with some basic accessories: the bucket hat from Gucci would pair perfectly with a summer day dress. Or add a little bit of texture to your outfit by accessorizing with Amir Salma’s crochet earrings.
We’ve rounded up 10 crochet buys that you can have fun with this summer…
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Bella Hadid’s Cannes Look is Straight Off the Couture Runway

Bella Hadid’s Cannes Look is Straight Off the Couture Runway

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As the first major in-person film festival to take place since Venice last year, Cannes has seen plenty of agenda-setting looks hitting the Croisette red carpet this week. Still, it isn’t Cannes until the supermodels start arriving—and tonight, Bella Hadid brought all the high fashion glamour you could want.
This wasn’t just any red carpet gown, but a bold statement piece from Daniel Roseberry’s fall 2021 couture collection for Schiaparelli, which premiered just six days ago as a salon presentation at couture week in Paris. While Hadid attended the opening night of Cannes, she made a brief mid-week detour to the French capital to attend the Balenciaga show, and presumably to get a last-minute fitting for her major Schiaparelli moment.
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While the base of the look was a form-fitting black gown with padded shoulders, the star was one of Roseberry’s sculptural jewelry designs that have become one of his signatures since taking over the legendary French house in 2019. Designed to resemble an anatomical cast of bronchi and crafted from gilded brass, the necklace was placed over the open neckline of the gown, for something a little more provocative.
That Hadid would opt for one of the collection’s most avant-garde looks comes as little surprise. Despite being one of the fashion world’s most recognizable faces, Hadid has never shied away from embracing and supporting the designers she personally finds most exciting. The Cannes red carpet might already be having a bumper year, but Hadid just raised the stakes once again.
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Originally published on Vogue.com

The Arab Stars and Designers Stealing the Show at Cannes 2021

The Arab Stars and Designers Stealing the Show at Cannes 2021

The Cannes film festival is back, and with it, so is red-carpet glamour. The return has enabled regional stars to flock enthusiastically to the French Riviera and turn heads at the opening ceremony of the 74th Cannes film festival. Arab fashion houses aren’t far behind, becoming the go-to designers for renowned names in the industry for one of the world’s most fashionable red carpets.
Middle Eastern representation was hard to miss as German model Lorena Rae made an appearance in a skin-tone feathered gown by Lebanese designer Elie Saab, while Palestinian-American model Bella Hadid championed vintage fashion in archival Jean Paul Gaultier. Whether it was layered textures carried by Dubai-based influencer Farhana Bodi in a yellow tulle ballgown by Omani label Atelier Zuhra, or Emirati influencer Ola Farahat making a case for the color salmon in an Alberta Ferretti dress, the region’s presence, and design talent reigned at the event.

Click through the gallery above for some of the best Arab representation at the 74th Cannes film festival.

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