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Kim Kardashian Went Full Balenciaga Barbie in a Baby Pink Cutout Gown

Kim Kardashian Went Full Balenciaga Barbie in a Baby Pink Cutout Gown

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Just when you thought Barbiecore was fading away in favor of balletcore and cozy fall trends, Kim Kardashian goes full Balenciaga Barbie.
On November 12, Kim attended the 2022 Baby2Baby Gala in West Hollywood wearing head-to-toe Balenciaga. The reality TV star paired an asymmetrical baby pink gown featuring a dramatic train and multiple bow-tie details with a matching Balenciaga tiny purse and a pair of hot pink boots. Her platinum hair, which only adds to the Barbie aesthetic, was pulled back with a single face-framing tendril kept loose. She topped off the look with a set of french tip press-on nails by Kim Truong that could cut glass.
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Baby2Baby is a nonprofit organization that provides diapers and necessities to children living in poverty in the Los Angeles area. During the ceremony, Kim was honored with the charity’s annual Giving Tree Award. “Tonight we are so proud to honor @kimkardashian with the Giving Tree Award for her dedication to Baby2Baby,” the charity wrote on Instagram. “We are so grateful for her decade-long support spotlighting our mission to provide children living in poverty with the basic essentials they need and deserve.”
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However, Kim Kardashian was not the only member of her family who attended the star-studded event. Throughout the evening, Kim posed with her sister Kylie Jenner, who dressed in a custom sheer black dress by Loewe with an open back and thigh-high slit.
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The sisters’ famed momager, Kris Jenner, was also in attendance wearing Elie Saab.
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Back in August, Kim Kardashian referred to herself as “Balenci Barbie” in an Instagram post. Clearly, she’s still living up to the title.
Originally published in Glamour.com

The Princess Of Wales Attends The Remembrance Day Service In Princess Diana’s Earrings

The Princess Of Wales Attends The Remembrance Day Service In Princess Diana’s Earrings

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For her second appearance over Remembrance weekend, the Princess of Wales turned to Catherine Walker, whose Chelsea atelier provided countless designs for Diana, Princess of Wales throughout her years as a working member of the Firm. Most famously, the homegrown British label is behind some of the late royal’s most memorable evening gowns, worn everywhere from Saudi Arabia to South Korea.
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Kate, however, frequently wears Catherine Walker for more reserved occasions (including Remembrance Sunday in 2019 and 2020). This year, the Duchess joined the Queen Consort on a Whitehall balcony to watch the wreath-laying ceremony – led, for the first time, by King Charles III – wearing the label’s Evie coat dress, a military-style design that nodded to the nature of the occasion. (As the cofounder of the brand, Said Cyrus, told Vogue previously: “I’m very aware of the fact that we design for businesswomen who have an important role in life… They come to Catherine Walker & Co for garments that are suitable for the role they are playing and that match up to the power they have.”)
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The Princess’s earrings, meanwhile, have an even stronger connection to Diana: Kate inherited the diamond and pearl set from her late mother-in-law, and recently wore them to attend the Buckingham Palace Reception for foreign dignitaries on the eve of the Queen’s funeral. For her part, Diana preferred to wear the horseshoe-shaped studs and drop pearls with the Spencer tiara, most notably during a performance by the English National Ballet in Budapest in 1992.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

What Dorra Zarrouk, Salma Abu Deif, Nelly Karim, and More Wore to the 44th Cairo International Film Festival’s Opening

What Dorra Zarrouk, Salma Abu Deif, Nelly Karim, and More Wore to the 44th Cairo International Film Festival’s Opening

The 44th edition of the Cairo International Film Festival took off yesterday, bringing together some of the Arab world’s most loved stars. On the red carpet, actors dazzled in gowns ranging from classic to contemporary glamour.
Egyptian actor Dorra Zarrouk made an appearance in a sculptural creation by Rami Al Ali, while Nelly Karim wore a bold red strapless number by Nazazy. Former Vogue Arabia cover star Yousra made a case for kaftans on the red carpet in a black, feather-trimmed one paired with an emerald necklace. Statement jewelry was also worn by Jordanian actor Saba Mubarak, who paired her textured grey gown with a vintage necklace by Egyptian jeweler Azza Fahmy.
A number of stars who took the minimalistic route include Nour, who wore a pink, floor-grazing dress with long caped sleeves, and AlRawabi School for Girls star Rakeen Saad, who opted for a strapless black number with a slit. Channeling cool-girl style, Tara Emad. Salma Abu Deif, and Huda El Mufti offered edgier versions of a red carpet look with Emad wearing a sequin-encrusted one-shoulder Chanel dress, Abu Deif in a column skirt and corset outfit, and El Mufti in a YSL blazer dress and lace trousers.
Below, check out what your favorite stars wore to the opening of the 44th Cairo International Film Festival.
Dorra Zarrouk. Photo: Instagram.com
Salma Abu Deif. Photo: Instagram.com
Nelly Karim. Photo: Instagram.com
Yousra. Photo: Instagram.com
Tara Emad. Photo: Instagram.com
Nour. Photo: Instagram.com
Saba Mubarak. Photo: Instagram.com
Menna Shalaby. Photo: Instagram.com
Amina Khalil. Photo: Instagram.com
Rakeen Saad. Photo: Instagram.com
Huda El Mufti. Photo: Instagram.com
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Lindsay Lohan Caps Her Comeback With a Sheer Valentino Gown

Lindsay Lohan Caps Her Comeback With a Sheer Valentino Gown

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In 2022 red-carpet fashion law states that at least one element of one’s gown must be partially or totally see-through. Any questions regarding this policy should be referred to Lindsay Lohan in this sheer illusion Valentino sheath, which she wore to the fan screening of her Netflix Christmas movie Falling for Christmas in New York City.
The ethereal long-sleeve gown is pattered with white florals and sparkly gold beading, and Lohan, styled by Law Roach, paired it with sparkly jewels and a quilted gold bag. The actor wore her hair in an übersleek pony to best show off her always stunning cheekbones as well as the full effect of the dress.
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Lohan uploaded two close-up shots to Instagram to better show off her beat, which I’m describing as “soft vamp.” She captioned the pics, “This is what #FallingForChristmas looks like 💎 ❤️🌲🎉.”

It seems like just yesterday we were all worried the Mean Girls star would be lost to us forever, but instead, she’s well on her way to a comeback that would make the original lost-girl child star Drew Barrymore proud. In terms of parasocial relationships, Lindsay Lohan is like your favorite cousin who went through a troubled period during her teen years and you guys lost touch. Only now you’ve both grown up and reconnected at a family wedding and you’re best friends again. Does this make sense? Anyway, in case you needed any reminder, this is Lohan in her element. As she told Cosmopolitan, “I kind of just immerse myself in it right away. It’s just like, something happens. And it’s always been like that with me. I just change. I get comfortable right away. The second I’m in front of the camera, everything else stops.”
Originally published on Glamour.com
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Logomania Has Gone Subtle—Here’s How Kim Kardashian, Rihanna and Zendaya Are Nailing the Look

Logomania Has Gone Subtle—Here’s How Kim Kardashian, Rihanna and Zendaya Are Nailing the Look

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When the logomania trend hit its peak back in 2016, it felt as if everyone was obsessed with covering themselves in designer brand names from head to toe and making sure people knew it. Remember Louis Vuitton’s spring 2016 show, when the signature LV logo pattern used for its bags made their way onto leather coats too? But this season, the label-loving aesthetic is heading in a surprisingly more discreet direction. Yes, logomania can actually be subtle: Celebrities have been sporting abstract or itty-bitty logos that are barely discernible to the eye.
The new iteration of the trend makes sense: While logomania has certainly died down since 2016, it hasn’t entirely left the fashion consciousness. The Fendi by Versace pre-fall 2022 show, for one, showcased pieces which had the two Italian fashion house’s logos morphed into one on coats, bags, and everything in between. But as a whole, fashion has been embracing a quieter sensibility, with labels such as The Row, Khaite, and Bottega Veneta putting forward minimal clothes that exude a stealthy elegance. As a result, designer brands are now taking a more pared-back or abstract approach to their signature logo work, too.
Zendaya. Photo: Getty
For Valentino’s spring 2023 show, for instance, the Italian label debuted its Toile Iconographe monogram, which features several “V”s in an artful formation; Zendaya wore the monogram via a coat, skirt, and tights to the brand’s show in Paris last month. Burberry’s spring collection also had the house’s horse logo applied all over onto sheer hosiery, adding a subtle flair to simple looks. Dua Lipa recently wore sheer opera gloves from the collection on her Instagram, and you could barely tell what brand they are.
But it’s not just subtle, all-over prints taking over this season. Miniature logos have also been making an appearance on tank tops, making you squint to see them. Kylie Jenner wore a branded Loewe tank to the show in Paris last month, while actor Sheila Atim wore Prada’s tiny plaque version to its spring Milan presentation. The 2022 version of logomania, then, is clearly all about rocking designer pieces in a much more if-you-know-you-know way—though that spirit of showing off is still alive and well.

Below, more subtle logomania looks that have ruled this season.
Kim Kardashian. Photo: Getty
Irina Shayk. Photo: Getty
Rihanna. Photo: Getty
Dua Lipa. Photo: Getty
Jessica Chastain. Photo: Getty
Sheila Atim. Photo: Getty
Kylie Jenner. Photo: Getty
Originally published in Vogue.com

Lindsay Lohan Poses for the Paps in Colorful Patchwork

Lindsay Lohan Poses for the Paps in Colorful Patchwork

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Okay, I’ve said this before, but this time I mean it. Lindsay Lohan is back! I mean, just look at this angel in her chic little Mondrian-adjacent print suit, posing for the paps in New York City with that mile-wide smile. So colorful! So fresh! So bold! If I’m keeping it 100 with you, I’d have serious misgivings about this ’fit on literally anyone else. But on Lohan, I’m so happy to see her that I don’t care.
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The Falling for Christmas star’s look for Good Morning America takes the pattern-matching suit trend in an especially vibrant, distinctly ’70s direction. In apparent homage to the leisure suit, the blazer is double-breasted, the trousers are flared wide, and the turtleneck is mock and of indeterminate synthetic fabric. The patchwork pattern of primary red, yellow, orange, and green, meanwhile, is begging for its own display case at the Met Museum (or a particularly sophisticated child’s birthday party).
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In her GMA interview, Lohan said that, after taking a decade off acting, being on set again felt “really refreshingly exciting again, which I really needed.” She added that she felt like she needed to feel like she was “craving” being on set again, which she got with this new Netflix film. Plus, she gets to be a producer this time as well. “It’s a whole different world for me all over again, and I’m really loving it,” she said.
You know what I’m finding refreshingly exciting right now? This whole new evolution of Lindsay Lohan.
Originally published on Glamour.com
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Kate Middleton Flies the Flag for Sustainable Fashion in Gabriela Hearst

Kate Middleton Flies the Flag for Sustainable Fashion in Gabriela Hearst

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More than a decade as a working member of the royal family has taught the Princess of Wales how to dress for all occasions – and all weathers. In her role as Patron of the Rugby Football League, Kate traveled from her Windsor home to DW Stadium in Wigan on Saturday to take in the England vs Papua New Guinea Rugby League World Cup 2021 Quarter Final, and she dressed for the inevitable rain in a bold poppy-red coat. A custom Alexander McQueen design, the cheerful piece has become a favorite of the Duchess, who first wore it to the opening of her Hold Still exhibition in 2020.
In the same Alexander McQueen coat in 2020. Photo: Getty
Layered underneath to keep out the November cold? A maroon Gabriela Hearst turtleneck. The Princess turned to the sustainably minded designer earlier this week, too, while visiting Scarborough in another tonal look – shrugging a Max & Co coat over the Uruguayan creative’s camel Betti dress, which she paired with taupe Ralph Lauren pumps in the brand’s Celia style and a beloved DeMellier bag. If Kate is in the midst of evolving her style (see the vintage Chanel blazer she sourced for a visit to the Olympic Park in October), she could do much worse than putting herself in the hands of Gabriela Hearst.
In a Gabriela Hearst dress earlier this week. Photo: Getty
Of course, the most notable accessory worn by Kate on both occasions is her Remembrance poppy. Next Sunday, 13 November, will see the Windsors come together at the Cenotaph in Whitehall to remember those lost in combat for the first time since the passing of Queen Elizabeth II and the accession of King Charles III – with the Princess expected to be present throughout the moving service. A more joyful occasion coming up in her diary? Hosting a carol service at Westminster Abbey on 15 December, which will be broadcast on ITV on Christmas Eve and pay tribute to Her Majesty.
Originally published on Vogue.com
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Here’s How Lily-Rose Depp Embraced Beachy Style at Chanel’s Miami Show

Here’s How Lily-Rose Depp Embraced Beachy Style at Chanel’s Miami Show

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This past Friday, Chanel hosted a Miami showing of its resort 2023 collection, which was first shown back in May in Monte Carlo. The sunny setting was an appropriate backdrop, given the collection was both colorful and vacation-ready. Stars like Marion Cotillard, Pharrell Williams, and Lily-Rose Depp flew into town to take in some sunshine and see the new upbeat pieces. “I’ve been to Miami once when I was little, but I’ve never been as an adult, so it feels really exciting to discover and explore the city with my Chanel family,” Depp told Vogue shortly before the show. “It feels like a very fitting place to show such a bright, sunny, and joyful collection.”
Depp is no stranger to attending the French label’s theatrical presentations, which are often hosted in Paris’s Grand Palais. She says she simply couldn’t miss the Miami showing—a fresh new location for the label. “I love their ability to really transport you [with their sets,]” says Depp. “No matter where they’re taking you, they’re really able to create a whole world around the collection, and a context for the clothes to really shine and thrive in. They do it like nobody else.”
Photo: Sam Sussman
The actor and model, of course, needed the perfect front-row look for the affair. Styled by Leila Smara, she wore a two-piece Chanel tweed set that matched the easy-breezy feel of the new collection. “We have worked together for a really long time, so she just knows my tastes so well,” says Depp, who wanted to dress to theme. “As soon as I saw this little blue matching set, I was obsessed—I love a little matching set. The blue felt very reminiscent of a beach and the ocean, which we watched the show by. I also love a belly belt.”
While the resort offering was all about summer, you can expect Depp to be rocking her favorite label this winter, too. “Chanel always keeps me warm in the winter,” she says. “I love a big, warm scarf, and they have the best gloves and hats; I’ve spent the whole year in L.A. not wearing a ton of sweaters, so I’m really excited to wear some cozier Chanel knits.” While she’s gearing up for the holidays, her next project—starring in The Weeknd’s The Idol—will debut sometime next year. What can we expect? “Expect the unexpected,” Depp says with a laugh. “I’m super proud of it. I couldn’t be more thrilled about what we made. [Director] Sam [Levinson] and Abel [The Weeknd] are both incredible visionaries, and I’m really excited for everyone to see it. It’s a beautiful, wild ride.”
Originally published on Vogue.com
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And Just Like That… Carrie Bradshaw Brings Back Her Vivienne Westwood Wedding Dress

And Just Like That… Carrie Bradshaw Brings Back Her Vivienne Westwood Wedding Dress

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Cast your mind back to 2008, when Sarah Jessica Parker’s Carrie Bradshaw almost walked down the aisle in her distinctive wedding dress in the first Sex And The City movie. But, of course, Big got cold feet and everything was ruined, resulting in a devastated Bradshaw running through the streets of NYC in said dress.
Fast forward to 2022, and the corseted gown from Vivienne Westwood’s fall/winter 2007 collection – made of the most luxurious ivory silk duchess satin and Radzimir taffeta – makes a comeback on the SATC spin-off, And Just Like That. While on set filming the new season, SJP was spotted in her character’s infamous dress. This time, though, she’s opted to accessorise with dramatic turquoise silk gloves that extend into an off-the-shoulder capelet, as well as pointed blue satin Manolo Blahnik heels.
For now, we can only speculate as to the meaning of Carrie bringing back the momentous dress, while the world patiently waits for the second season of And Just Like That. Is it a part of her ongoing recovery following the tragic loss of her beloved Big? Or does she just enjoy wearing it on a Thursday? Time will only tell.
Originally published on Vogue.co.uk
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Princess Of Wales Kate Middleton Swears By This Jewelry Box Staple

Princess Of Wales Kate Middleton Swears By This Jewelry Box Staple

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The Princess of Wales may be in the midst of a sartorial reinvention (see the vintage Chanel jacket she wore for a visit to Olympic Park earlier this month), but there are certain royal fashion staples she clearly has no intention of giving up. Most definitely here to stay: anything and everything polka-dotted – a favorite print of Diana, Princess of Wales in her Sloane Ranger era.
Over the weekend, the Duchess wore a navy blouse while highlighting the Take Action On Addiction campaign – encouraging support for those battling the disease in a video filmed in front of a table covered with photographs of the Cambridges. (Visible on the right? Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s portrait marking the latter’s first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea.) With a prim white collar – and her signature bouncy curls in place – Kate Middleton appeared both polished and relaxed.
The Duchess spoke out in support of the Take Action On Addiction campaign
It’s the Princess’s drop pearl earrings, though, that are worth investing in. Kate has several pairs from a variety of brands – with Annoushka’s 18-Carat Gold Baroque Pearl Earring Drops among her most-worn pieces of jewelry. Retailing at £425, the Duchess has worn the timeless, versatile style on occasions ranging from her first family photo with Prince William and Prince George to a walkabout at Windsor after the Queen’s death earlier this year.
Prefer a more avant-garde style? Kate has also endorsed Maria Black’s Cha Cha Earrings, wearing the Danish designer’s creations – which are sold individually – during a trip to Copenhagen earlier this year. Even more directional: the Simone Rocha Curb-Chain Earrings that the Duchess debuted at the Natural History Museum back in 2020. The exact style is now sold out, but the designer’s newer Hoop Earrings with Faux Pearls are a perfect substitute.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

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