The F-Word: Fashion

Style Trend 2018: Nostalgia

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CMA Red Carpet: Best Looks

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Marc Jacobs Brings Back Grunge

Vogue reports: ‘This November, Marc Jacobs—with the approval of the Perry Ellis company—is bringing grunge back, recutting 26 looks seam-for-seam from his Spring 1993 collection. Modeled here by Gigi Hadid, Binx Walton, Slick Woods, Dree Hemingway, and more, the collection looks surprisingly modern. Coco Gordon Moore, whose mother, Kim Gordon, was the star of Marc Jacobs’s first-ever ad campaign, wears Kate Moss’s finale look: an ivory blazer and Crumb tee. Lily McMenamy, whose mother appeared hand-in-hand with Moss in the show’s finale, wears her mom’s lilac ensemble. All to say, there’s a lot of fashion to love here—and it’s almost certain to sell. In the 12 hours Vogue has had the lookbook, millennial staffers have already begun planning out which items to buy.’

Paris, Spring 2019: 10 Top Collections

Vogue breaks it down for us.

Paco Rabanne’s Pretty Spring Show

The only spring 2019 fashion show that looks pretty — at least in photographs — is Julien Dossena’s for Paco Rabanne.

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Emmy Awards: Best Dressed

Trains, trains, trains was the mantra on the red carpet at this year’s Emmy Awards 2018. Penélope Cruz fluttered in feathered Chanel Haute Couture, Tracee Ellis Ross went big, very big, in Valentino’s raspberry couture confection. Poppy Delevingne dazzled in a fresh shade of mint in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture. Also opting for pastels were Vanessa Kirby (in Tom Ford) and Alexis Bledel (in Delpozo). Mandy Moore (in custom Rodarte) and Zazie Beetz (in Ralph Lauren) were embellished and gorgeous. And then there were the ladies in darkly romantic black: Chic, pretty, and a touch fearless all . . . just like good TV these days.

Roger Federer And Uniqlo

When Roger Federer steps onto the court at the U.S. Open, he’ll do it in a crimson-red Uniqlo polo and shorts. It might not sound revolutionary, but Federer’s partnership with the international retailer is the first of its kind in many ways. First off, the deal is cemented for 10 years; Federer will be 47 years old by the time it concludes, an age when he may no longer be playing tennis professionally. Then there’s the fact that, if you haven’t noticed, Uniqlo isn’t exactly an activewear company.

All of this is by design.

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