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The State With the Most Luxury Cars Isn’t California or New York

The State With the Most Luxury Cars Isn’t California or New York

New York and California have long been at the epicenter of luxury in the US, but what about when it comes to cars? Turns out another proud but oft-overlooked state can now claim top honors for having the most impressive vehicles in the country. 

New Jersey has edged out its bigger siblings and is now home to the most luxury vehicles in the nation by percentage, according to new findings released by iSeeCars. The study analyzed 10.9 million used car sales from July 2021 through June 2022. The metrics were calculated by tallying the number of vehicles from luxury automakers in each state.  

Over the last year, analysts found that luxury vehicles accounted for 17.7 percent of all car sales. In the Garden State, 27.9 percent of residents have reportedly put their money into higher-priced automobiles. Next in line was California at 25.2 percent, followed by Connecticut at 24.6 percent and Florida at 22.1 percent. New York still maintains its prestige in the top five spot with 21.5 percent.  

A new study revealed which US state had the most luxury car sales 

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A record number of 15 states were found to have above-average numbers of luxury car sales, with nine of them located on the East Coast—including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maryland and Virginia. Among the states with the lowest shares was Wyoming, which ranked last at a modest 5.2 percent. North Dakota, Vermont, Montana and West Virginia followed suit with the lowest number of luxury vehicle sales.  
So, what makes some states buy more luxury cars than others? Analysts noted that population density was a key factor in their findings. States with the fewest luxury cars also have the lowest population density. Those with smaller populations typically have fewer numbers of cars on the road (also: duh). So, considering that New Jersey has consistently been among the most densely populated states in America, it shouldn’t be a surprise to see a Ferrari or three cruising down the Jersey Turnpike. 

Check out the full ranking of states with the most luxury cars below:

Ranking of States by Share of Luxury Cars – iSeeCars Study

Rank
State
% Share of Luxury Cars

1
New Jersey
27.9%

2
California
25.2%

3
Connecticut
24.6%

4
Florida
22.1%

5
New York
21.5%

6
Georgia
20.4%

7
Massachusetts
20.3%

8
Illinois
19.9%

9
Rhode Island
19.5%

10
Maryland
19.5%

11
Oregon
18.8%

12
Nevada
18.6%

13
Hawaii
18.1%

14
Virginia
17.8%

15
Arizona
17.7%

National Average
17.7%

16
Texas
17.5%

17
Delaware
17.3%

18
North Carolina
16.3%

19
Washington
16.3%

20
Colorado
16.3%

21
Pennsylvania
15.6%

22
Mississippi
14.7%

23
South Carolina
14.6%

24
Alabama
14.2%

25
New Hampshire
14.1%

26
Tennessee
14.0%

27
Louisiana
14.0%

28
Michigan
13.8%

29
Ohio
13.6%

30
Missouri
12.8%

31
Indiana
12.6%

32
Minnesota
12.2%

33
Utah
12.1%

34
Oklahoma
11.6%

35
Kansas
11.5%

36
Arkansas
11.4%

37
Kentucky
10.9%

38
Nebraska
10.5%

39
Wisconsin
10.4%

40
Alaska
10.0%

41
New Mexico
9.8%

42
Iowa
9.2%

43
Maine
8.4%

44
South Dakota
7.6%

45
Idaho
7.3%

46
West Virginia
6.6%

47
Montana
6.5%

48
Vermont
6.4%

49
North Dakota
6.2%

50
Wyoming
5.2%

Girly to Grunge: Karen Wazen Sported Two Surprisingly Different Outfits Within 24 Hours in New York

Girly to Grunge: Karen Wazen Sported Two Surprisingly Different Outfits Within 24 Hours in New York

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Trust fashion week fixture Karen Wazen to serve two distinct outfits in one day. While in New York to attend the off-schedule Alexander McQueen show, the Lebanese entrepreneur went from sporting an ultra-feminine look to a bold and edgy one within a span of 24 hours.

To view the show during the day, Wazen opted for a dress in pale yellow from the British fashion house, which featured a fitted bodice with zip detailing at the neck, balloon sleeves, and a pleated, flared-out skirt fit for a modern-day princess vibe. Balancing the look and adding a touch of maturity to it, the mother-of-three went for black pumps whose pointed toes were adorned with studs. The choice of footwear also complemented her second outfit for the evening. This time embracing a grungier aesthetic, Wazen looked to the fail-safe head-to-black look, but stepped it up a notch by incorporating not one, but two sustainable leather pieces. Her black bandeau top was topped off with a matching belted coat, and paired with straight-fit trousers.
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Wazen’s beauty look to go with the outfits? Sideswept bangs and a top knot that went from polished to messy as the day went on, working in favor of both ensembles. As for her glam for the day, the influencer offered makeup inspiration for the summer by adding a pop of color to her eyeshadow. With her eyelids painted in a muted blue shade, the rest of Wazen’s look featured glowy skin and a pinky nude lip.
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5 Looks From Alexander McQueen’s Fall/Winter 2022 New York Show That You Have To Check Out

5 Looks From Alexander McQueen’s Fall/Winter 2022 New York Show That You Have To Check Out

New York is where all the action was last night, with Alexander McQueen presenting its Fall/Winter 2022 collection—26 years after its first show in the Big Apple, which took place back in 1996. “I am so happy to be back in New York, a city that has always been close to our hearts,” creative director Sarah Burton said post the presentation, which showcased vibrant looks inspired by nature. What made the collection twice as noteworthy was its mindfulness. Crafted using 85% upcycled materials, the latest McQueen offerings were more than just a visual delight; they also took into account fashion’s very real concerns when it comes to sustainability and showing respect for the environment.

Hosted in a discreet warehouse in Brooklyn—the Agger Fish Building, to be precise—Alexander McQueen’s Fall/Winter 2022 line celebrated the sense of community that comes with life in NYC. “We showed the Dante collection here in 1996, and then came again with Eye in the autumn of 1999. It is part of our community, a place that has always welcomed us, and this season I want to honor that,” Burton explained. “So, this collection is inspired by that idea of community, and specifically by mycelium, by the reality of nature as a community that is far, far older than we are. Mycelium connects even the rooftop of the tallest skyscraper to the plants, to the grass, to the ground, to animals and to human beings. Mycelium has the most profound, interconnecting power, relaying messages through a magical underground structure, allowing trees to reach out to each other when either they or their young need help or are sick. The idea is humbling – beautiful – and, of course, a metaphor for interconnection and for community between people, between us all. We exist as single, individual entities on one level, but we are far more powerful connected to each other, to our families, to our friends, to our community. Given everything that has happened over the past two years, that seems more important than ever. As a community we are infinitely more able to restore, reinvent, rejuvenate – heal.”
The thought came to life on the runway via pieces that jumped out in a vibrant palette—think neon green, canary yellow, and show-stopping scarlet—complemented with silver-toed leather harness pumps with mushroom and sequin mycelium embroidery, edgy chokers, stacks of rings, and ear hooks. Below, Vogue Arabia’s picture editor Ankita Chandra shares her top picks from the showcase.
Take your classic red pantsuit and give it a McQueen makeover with a black and white mushroom print.
Burton’s mushroom detailing also found itself making an appearance in fiery shades of orange on a black tulle dress.
Neons were at the forefront of Burton’s latest collection, with highlighter hued pantsuits winning everyone’s vote.
Burton gave this party-ready number a psychedelic spin by accentuating its asymmetric silhouette with multicolored tassel and embroidery detailing.
Styled with intricately buckled silver boots, one of the most exciting looks from Alexander McQueen’s New York show had to be this molten silver dress, which came with an exaggerated 3D bow.

EXCLUSIVE: Roman Sipe Named Creative Director of Men’s Division at Cosabella and Journelle

EXCLUSIVE: Roman Sipe Named Creative Director of Men’s Division at Cosabella and Journelle

Cosabella’s men’s division has a new creative director.Starting this month, Roman Sipe will take the helm as creative director of the men’s division at the Italian innerwear and underwear brand, as well as creative director of men’s at luxury boutique Journelle. Both firms are owned and operated by the Campello family. 
“Roman is a pioneer in men’s underwear; he’s a true creative,” Guido Campello told WWD. 
Campello, whose parents Valeria and Ugo Campello founded Cosabella in 1983, currently serves as creative director of women’s at Cosabella, as well as co-chief executive officer, along with his sister Silvia Campello. “And Roman is an operator,” Campello continued. “He runs his business.”

Luxury lingerie brand Cosabella offers underwear in sizes that fit across all body forms.
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Sipe’s business ventures include luxury men’s underwear brand Menagerie Intimates, which he launched in 2015. The designer said he was excited to work with Cosabella — and Campello, in particular — because of the company’s nearly 40-year history. 

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“I’m a self-taught designer. I’m a self-taught brand owner,” Sipe said. “And to have Guido [Campello] as a mentor, as well as Giorgio [Latini], the production manager that we work with in Italy…the research and the knowledge that these men bring to the industry that I’m new to is key. I focus on the beauty of my lingerie and who I am trying to reach. But in order to scale and in order to build brand awareness and grow, I need a mentor within our [intimates] world.”
But Sipe, who is based in Fabriano, Italy, near Cosabella’s factories, is not completely new to the industry. In fact, he’s been in the fashion scene for at least 10 years, between L.A. and New York. His résumé includes celebrity stylist, fashion stylist (with brands such as G-Star and Seven For All Mankind), designer and founder. He also has a bachelor’s degree in finance, styled music videos, contestants on “America’s Next Top Model” and won Macy’s The Next Style Star Competition, a reality show competition that gave him the chance to produce a fashion campaign for the department store. 
“And that is exactly when I decided I wanted to design,” Sipe explained. “And I was like, what am I going to design? The first thing that came to mind was underwear. And I was googling underwear and I didn’t see anything that I would wear.”

Luxury lingerie brand Cosabella now offers underwear in sizes that fit across all body forms.
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In the new role, Sipe has been tasked with building out the male body form division, starting with the spring 2023 collections, across Cosabella and Journelle. (Campello and his wife Sapna Palep purchased luxury lingerie boutique Journelle, which has locations in New York and Chicago, along with the e-commerce business, in 2019.) Sipe will also assist Campello on creative direction for Cosabella’s and Journelle’s women’s collections. 
“I always thought I would be the creative director [of Cosabella] forever,” Campello explained. “I thought I had enough creative direction in understanding trends and movement, because I’ve been in this space forever. But very clearly, I think the speed at which the last two years moved, I realized there’s all these worlds out there now that are getting exposure and they need premium products, better products. And one of those places is men’s. The biggest step I took was to understand that I can’t speak to everybody. I know my world. 

“Ultimately, [Sipe] has a comfort level with teaching and talking about that product that’s different from other people,” Campello continued. “I’ve learned a lot already from him, about utility, solution underwear, solution undergarments in that space.”
Campello, who is based in New York, will continue to act as creative director of women’s, with some input from Sipe on the division. He added that it makes sense for Sipe to be based in Italy, near production facilities, in order for him to gain a better understanding of the entire process, starting with the supply chain. 

Luxury lingerie boutique Journelle in New York City. Campello and his wife Sapna Palep purchased the business in 2019.
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Meanwhile, Cosabella continues to build out his assortment for men, which launched last fall. Campello is quick to point out, however, that it’s not so much for men, as it is for the male body form. That could take the shape of underwear — which is cut in the same style and fabric across both men’s and women’s — but with added volume in the crotch area to accommodate for men, or bras for men, he explained. 
“We’re a very inclusive brand at Cosabella,” Campello said. “Journelle is becoming inclusive. But to truly be inclusive you need to bring in the people who do those things. Journelle does it by bringing in other brands that we sell. But Cosabella needs that influence,” he added, explaining the need to onboard Sipe. 

Sapna Palep and Guido Campello.
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For his part, Sipe’s wish list for the company includes creating sizing guides for men, adding in more lace and bra options, as well as bra fittings for men, while breaking down long-held societal stigmas around men — or the male form — in the lingerie space. He also wants to help expand the range of women who feel comfortable at Journelle by adding more choices for plus-size and transgender shoppers, among others. 
“The most exciting part is coming in and optimizing the male shopping experience: the product, the styles, what we want to do,” Sipe said. “And building what men’s lingerie actually looks like and what it means to actually design for the male form. We have the opportunity to expand what men’s lingerie means. 
“For instance, the fit chart is a really interesting thing for me,” he continued. “Because I know a lot of men who say, I wear a boxer brief. I want to build out a men’s fit guide that lets you know what is proper for what style of pants you’re wearing. I think that’s where my styling experience comes in. And to create a shopping space for men, because most of the time they’re shopping for their partners, their girlfriend, wife, for a woman. But now the goal is to have them come into the store [independently] for Cosabella’s men’s line and with my line. 

“I knew starting my brand, the gays were going to love it,” Sipe added. “The fashion men and women were going to love it. But as my brand grew, I started getting contacted by all different men. And [that experience] has been so much fun. Because all it takes is for people to see [men’s lingerie], to accept it. But also, to see it done right. To understand it and to break down all the walls.”

Discover Marli New York’s Signature Jewelry Pieces Ahead of its Flagship Store Opening in Riyadh

Discover Marli New York’s Signature Jewelry Pieces Ahead of its Flagship Store Opening in Riyadh

Cleo earrings in white gold with diamonds; Cleo Rev pendant necklace in white gold with diamonds and white agate; Cleo Rev long chain necklace in white gold with diamonds. Left hand: Cleo Rev bracelet in white gold with diamonds. Vogue Arabia, February 2022. Photo: Mila Namida
Fine jewelry brand Marli New York is all set to open its flagship store in Riyadh, at the Kingdom Center in March 2022. Marli has long been known for being a brand that offers jewelry with a deeply magnetic aesthetic appealing to the modern woman, and customers can expect to see the New York brand’s architectural and contemporary pieces at the store, particularly its signature Cleo and vibrant Jazz collections created for the Marli woman who always makes an entrance. To mark the launch of the store, Vogue Arabia enlisted Saudi makeup artist and blogger Yara Al-Namlah to spotlight some of its key pieces.
Cleo Jazz earrings in white gold with diamonds, sapphires, tanzanite Left hand Cleo Jazz bracelet in white gold with diamonds, sapphires, and tanzanite; Cleo Jazz ring in white gold with diamonds and tanzanite; Cleo Rev diamond ring in white gold Right hand Cleo bracelet in white gold with diamonds and lapis lazuli; Cleo bracelet in white gold with diamonds and white agate; Cleo ring in white gold with diamonds and white agate. Vogue Arabia, February 2022. Photo: Mila Namida
A new addition to the Cleo by Marli collection is called ‘Rev’, derived from the word ‘reve’ meaning ‘dream’ in French. Embodying the visionary appeal of New York, the designs heavily mine inspiration from the city, with pieces mirroring its architecture. The collection aims to give rise to emotion with its craftsmanship and use of materials like lustrous gold, polished diamonds, and a variety of stones such as black onyx, red and pink coral, and green agate. “For me, the Cleo Rev is a radiant collection that perfectly represents the spirit of Marli, and what we stand for. To ensure every woman has something to wear that helps express her beauty and individuality,” says Maral Artinian, founder and creative director of Marli.
Cleo earrings in white gold with diamonds and lapis lazuli; Cleo Rev necklace in white gold with diamonds and lapis lazuli Left hand Cleo bracelets in white gold with diamonds, black onyx, white agate, and lapis lazuli; Cleo Rev ring in white gold with diamonds and white agate; Cleo ring in white gold with diamonds Right hand Cleo Jazz ring in white gold with diamonds, sapphires, and tanzanite. Vogue Arabia, February 2022. Photo: Mila Namida
Similarly, the Jazz collection embodies the spirit of the Marli woman—someone who basks in the golden hours and has a strong sense of self. The collection is arresting in its use of colors and its playful combinations give it an enduring impact. A multitude of stones features within the collection, from pink opals to amethysts which can be paired colors such as the white and yellow gold set with diamonds and several other earrings, rings, and bracelets.
Cleo earrings in yellow gold with diamonds and lapis lazuli; Cleo necklace in yellow gold with diamonds and lapis lazuli; Cleo pendant necklace in yellow gold with diamonds and green agate; Cleo pendant necklace in yellow gold with diamonds and lapis lazuli Right hand Cleo bracelet in yellow gold with diamonds and lapis lazuli; Cleo bracelet in yellow gold with diamonds; Cleo ring in yellow gold with diamonds and green agate Left hand Cleo bracelet in yellow gold with diamonds and white agate; Cleo bracelet in yellow gold with diamonds and white agate; Cleo bracelet in yellow gold with diamonds; Cleo bracelet in yellow gold with diamonds and lapis lazuli. Vogue Arabia, February 2022. Photo: Mila Namida
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Photography: Mila Namida Style: Ahmed Rashwan at 1602 studio Makeup: Sharon Drugan Production: Danica Zivkovic Retouching: Daemon Rafe Style assistant: Nadine FawziProduction assistant: Rama Naser

Weekend Max Mara Presents Habito Collection With Patricia Urquiola

Weekend Max Mara Presents Habito Collection With Patricia Urquiola

A MEETING OF WORLDS: During Milan Fashion Week, Weekend Max Mara unveiled Habito, its latest Signature collection, co-created with architect and designer Patricia Urquiola.
Urquiola insisted the lineup should be displayed outside the Italian brand’s headquarters for the first time and in a space that would represent her. Accordingly, the collection could be viewed at CC-Tapis, an Italian design company that produces contemporary handmade rugs for residential and contract spaces.
Against the backdrop of Urquiola’s rugs, the collection reflected her personality and inspirations, blending the fashion and architecture worlds. “This is my own context,” she said gazing around the rooms, adding that her aim is to “expand different sectors and point of views. The collection’s narrative is about hybrid pieces that welcome you as a home — an emotional habitat.”

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The collection was marked by an eye-catching mix of colors — from purple to blue and green — bold textures and graphic patterns. She revisited a selection of coats in cocoon shapes from existing Weekend Max Mara silhouettes, juxtaposing wool and ribbed knits with technical nylon with reflective effects — all in roomy silhouette. “I don’t like anything that is too constricting,” she said.
Urquiola reinterpreted the house’s signature Pasticcino bag with a padded vertical pattern for a 3D effect or with diagonal lines that created an iridescent glow, with supersized boule clasps.
This marks the 10th collection for the brand. Last September, Weekend Max Mara teamed with New York-based stylist and editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson on the spring 2022 collection, and previously unveiled capsules developed with top model Alek Wek; American illustrator and pop artist Donald Robertson; Lucinda Chambers, former fashion director of British Vogue; Oscar-winning costume designer Gabriella Pescucci; American interior designer Anthony Baratta, and American artist Richard Saja inspired by the famed Royal Ascot races, among others.

Yasmine Sabri Indulges in Logomania with This Two-Toned Shawl in New York City

Yasmine Sabri Indulges in Logomania with This Two-Toned Shawl in New York City

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Yasmine Sabri has jetted to New York with her covetable style in tow. The city, which is currently experiencing freezing temperatures and still buzzing from the star-studded fashion week, calls for noteworthy winter style and the Egyptian actor is delivering the same during her time there.

After sharing her arrival in NYC with her 18.1 million followers in a head-to-toe black outfit, the star continued the rest of her trip in a laid-back yet sophisticated look. In her photo taken at a restaurant, Sabri is all smiles, wearing a staple black button-down blouse. To keep warm, she replaced her usually favored double-breasted blazers and jackets with a shawl, while indulging in a bit of logomania. The wrap from Louis Vuitton featured two-toned panels of gold and cream and the French fashion house’s signature monogram all over. Sabri matched the piece with gold bling in the form of a chain-link choker, diamond stud earrings, and a rainbow Hublot watch.

With her hair worn down in natural waves and parted to the side, the actor sported minimal makeup, going for an effortless beauty look. On her way there, the star’s travel look featured another all-black outfit. She could be seen posing on the plane wearing a wide-neck Dior top over skinny pants topped with knee-high boots. To elevate the monochrome ensemble, the actor picked a bright red Hermès Kelly, and the same Hublot watch.
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Yasmine Sabri’s New York Wardrobe Features a Statement Coat and Thigh-High Boots

Yasmine Sabri’s New York Wardrobe Features a Statement Coat and Thigh-High Boots

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Yasmine Sabri has jetted to New York with her signature style in tow. The city, which is currently experiencing freezing temperatures and still buzzing from the star-studded fashion week, calls for noteworthy winter style and the Egyptian actor delivered the same on her very first night there.

The star took to Instagram to share her arrival in NYC with her 18.1 million followers while showcasing her look for the evening. Dressed in head-to-toe black, Sabri wore a figure-hugging high-neck top with full sleeves, paired with skin-tight pants adorned with a Chanel buckle belt. She completed her look with a chain strap handbag and her favorite accessory, a pair of thigh-high leather stiletto boots. To keep warm, her usually favored double-breasted blazers and jackets were replaced with statement outerwear: a cozy long fur coat.

With her hair worn down in natural waves, and sporting minimal makeup and jewelry, Sabri looked ready for a low-key night out in the bustling city. On her way there, the star’s travel look featured another all-black outfit. She could be seen posing on the plane wearing a wide-neck Dior top over skinny pants topped with knee-high boots. To elevate the monochrome ensemble, the actor picked a bright red Hermès Kelly, and a rainbow Hublot watch.
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Merlette Pre-Fall 2022

Merlette Pre-Fall 2022

New York designer Marina Cortbawi’s collection for pre-fall and fall offered an evolution of signature feminine, voluminous Merlette styles with a larger focus on delicate hand-embroideries and subtle Art Deco-inspired details. The designer, too, collaborated with Amsterdam-based photographer Liv Liberg to photograph her younger sister for the collection’s look book film and imagery.
“The goal of both the campaign and our digital imagery is to amplify the experience of a woman feeling and seeing the lifestyle. Especially when shooting e-commerce, making someone feel they’re stepping into that emotional element,” Cortbawi told WWD.

The look: Ladylike with soft, handcrafted details.
Quote of note: “Everything is inspired by the Art Deco era, not the shapes of the silhouettes, but the details. Diamond-like details, fan-like flower shapes, mostly taken from jewelry — a study in vintage jewelry — and also architecture. In pretty much every new piece, there’s a theme from Art Deco, whether it’s in a seam, a yolk, a waistline, embroidery, print or even a knit technique.”
Key pieces: The collection continued to emphasize dresses in cotton eyelet, cotton voile (a great ruched frock) and pima cotton poplin, all with a balance of delicate hand-stitched embroideries, smocking and voluminous details. A tailored, double-breasted trenchcoat; cute roomy looks (jacquard short sets or a poppy red cotton voile tiered skirt and tank blouse); alpaca and wool knits; mini pouch bags and a larger crochet tote rounded out accessories.

Takeaway: Cortbawi’s decision to collaborate with Liberg worked well for the season; her collection came to life through the energetic short film. 

Selena Gomez’s Bright Orange Sweats Are the Perfect Airport Uniform

Selena Gomez’s Bright Orange Sweats Are the Perfect Airport Uniform

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When you’re about to board a long flight, comfort always comes first. It would be quite the sight to see someone stroll through the TSA metal detectors in sky-high stilettos and a ballgown. That said, there’s a way to look somewhat put-together at the airport, even if you plan on falling asleep as soon as you hit your seat. In fact, it’s never been easier, as many fashion labels are permanently embracing the idea of comfort dressing. Take your cues from Selena Gomez. Arriving at the JFK airport in New York recently, she dressed up her cozy sweats with the help of a few strategic accessories.
The singer’s choice of sweats were a fashion statement on their own. She wore a bright orange turtleneck sweater and matching joggers that were upbeat and perfect for fall (it’s like a Pumpkin Spiced Latte, but in sweatsuit form). The logo on her sweater reads “La Maison,” but a quick Google turned up no clues as to the designer of the sweatsuit. Could it be that she got her hands on a not-yet-released streetwear brand? Is she wearing a prototype from her own athleisure label? If you’re in the know about this label, call me!
To dress up her colorful comfort attire, Gomez added some luxury accessories, including a cross-body bag from Miu Miu—perfect for your AirPods and chargers—and some sleek low-tops, also by the label. The whole fit was streamlined and proved that dressing cozily can still have a polished end result. Go ahead and nap in peace.

Originally published on Vogue.com

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