Day three of Paris Fashion Week street style meant statement coats and unexpected color pairings — inspiration for your wardrobe this fall. For Hari Nef, that meant a Technicolor tiger print. Bryanboy chose chartreuse tapestry, Camille Charrière paired caramel leather with black-and-white stripes, and Evangelie Smyrniotaki went all red. Doutzen Kroes wore a brass-buttoned military jacket. Ada Kokosar appeared in all denim.
Turns out the “feminist eyeliner” at Prabal Gurung earlier this month was just a harbinger of things to come. Today’s Dior show at the Musée Rodin marked the debut of the brand’s first female artistic director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, and to celebrate the moment, models walked the runway in shirts emblazoned “We Should All Be Feminists” and “Dior Revolution.”
The Clinton campaign has spent a lot of time and ad dollars trying to convince voters that Donald Trump is a misogynist who sees women as mere sex objects. At Monday night’s debate, the Democratic nominee sought to bolster this narrative, by telling the story of Alicia Machado.
As the Obamas’ time in office begins to wind down and the world around us collapses into mania (coincidence?), Michelle and Barack are doing their best to push their respective agendas until it is woefully too late. For The Fader, a hip publication, Michelle wrote an essay insisting that the youth go to college.
HBO show Girls recently had its last day of shooting, and some of the cast and crew are taking it pretty hard. Namely, Lena Dunham and Allison Williams, whose Instagram feeds have been awash with the sort of inconsolable grief usually reserved for the last day of summer camp or the death of a beloved Instagram animal. Understandable! The end of a TV show is a sad thing, and we’ve all been through so much together. Still, as a concerned onlooker, I just wanted to check in: Are you guys okay?
Many of us turn to a glass of wine (or two) at the end of a tough day — and as it happens, there may be some science to our escapism. A new study has found that alcohol actually acts in the same way as a rapid antidepressant.
It’s time for another round of fashion musical chairs — except this time no one is getting fired. Rather, according to WWD, Vetements will be adding Margiela alum Nina Nitsche to their team of creatives.