The F-Word: Fashion

Grammys Red Carpet: Best Looks

It’s happening! After a weekend full of pre-Grammy festivities, stars hit the Grammys red carpet at Madison Square Garden on Sunday. From Lady Gaga (pictured) to Reba McEntire, music’s biggest stars are getting the show started — and sending a message. Wearing white roses, plenty of celebrities are showing support for the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements. Click through to see the images.

Grammys Red Carpet: Time’s Up

If you see your favorite stars wearing white roses this weekend at the Grammys, it isn’t for the sake of a trend. Guests at this year’s event are showing their solidarity with the Time’s Up movement via a few well-placed flowers. The idea, which was developed by Roc Nation senior VP of marketing Meg Harkins and Karen Rait, head of rhythmic promotions at Interscope/Geffen/A&M Records, has its roots in the suffragette movement. By nodding to the color that was worn by women who dedicated their lives to attaining voting rights, Harkins and Rait hope to continue the conversation about sexism in the workplace and gender equality.

Kate & Naomi Reunite In Milan

Name a more iconic duo than Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. The supermodels appeared together on the runway for the first time in years today at Louis Vuitton’s Fall 2018 menswear show. Each wore a monogrammed Louis Vuitton trenchcoat and hiking boots and walked amid Vuitton’s cargo jacket–clad male models. At the end of the show, they appeared arm in arm with their friend Kim Jones, the departing LV menswear designer.

Chalamet Is The “It” Kid

Come awards season, there’s always one: a very talented, very young (approximately 22 years old) ingenue who utterly charms Hollywood with a stunning breakout performance and an “OMG, I can’t believe I’m here” spirit. See: Brie Larson, Jennifer Lawrence, Lupita Nyong’o, and, back in the day, Gwyneth Paltrow. But this year, in an exciting twist, the awards season’s It girl—a mantle that can heap on the pressure and set some actresses up for failure— is actually a guy. And the award goes to . . . Timothée Chalamet!

But for all Hollywood’s newfound profession of feminism, there’s still a double standard: it’s a lot easier for a young woman to win Best Actress than for a young man to win Best Actor.

Golden Globes Red Carpet

This year’s theme: Black is Beautiful. Photos here. Viola Davis (pictured) led the way.

Kanye In Helmut Lang Project

It’s no secret that Kanye West is a Helmut Lang fan. At the time he launched Yeezy in 2015, he told, “I had a heartfelt discussion with all of these fucking Helmut Lang images that I stared at for so many years.” Simple enough. Today, Helmut Lang celebrates that fandom with a new project by Exactitudes that shows the brand’s multigenerational fans, including West, Solange Knowles, and Vogue’s own Yohana Lebasi. In images shot by Exactitudes founders Ari Versus and Ellie Uyttenbroek, the cult of Helmut is portrayed as diverse and yet banded together by its obsession with the brand, with each person wearing a mix of archive, re-edition, and new Helmut Lang pieces designed by Shayne Oliver. West sports his own archive pieces, while Solange mixes Lang’s re-edition styles (a Tom of Finland tee) and new shorts designed by Oliver.

Reese Witherspoon’s Daughter!

Ava Phillippe, the 18-year-old daughter of Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe, just made her formal debut at the annual le Bal des Débutantes, held at the Peninsula Paris. Witherspoon escorted her look-a-like daughter down the red carpet Saturday night at the illustrious society event, which featured a total of 20 participants, including six Americans. The official date for the younger Phillippe, however, was the 19-year-old Maharaja of Jaipur Padmanabh Singh, a friend of Prince William who’s also on India’s national polo team. Witherspoon was accompanied by her husband Jim Toth.