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Wes Gordon’s Debut Collection for Carolina Herrera Is Here — and It’s Excellent

For the past few years, there’s been some fluctuation — and drama — behind the scenes at legendary American fashion house Carolina Herrera.  But by the looks of the Resort 2019 collection, that’s finally all in the past for the brand. It’s the debut collection of designer Wes Gordon, who …

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The Non-Fashion Dudes in Our Lives Review the Spring 2019 Men’s Shows

In the past, we at Fashionista have sent an eager, curious non-fashion dude to report from the front lines at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, a women’s ready-to-wear show and, finally, the #menswear extravaganza that is New York Fashion Week: Men’s. For the fifth season running (back by popular …

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Must Read: Puma’s Second Quarter Profits Climb, Troy Young Announced President of Hearst Magazines

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday. Puma’s second quarter profits climb Puma’s doing just fine since its recent breakup with Kering: The German sportswear giant reported an 8 percent increase in second quarter sales and double-digit organic growth across all regions …

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How Emily Cheng Went From the Department Store Beauty Counter to Yara Shahidi’s Full-Time Makeup Artist

In our long-running series “How I’m Making It,” we talk to people making a living in the fashion and beauty industries about how they broke in and found success. As 2.5 million (and counting) fans and followers know, Yara Shahidi’s Instagram feed is not only full of encouragement to take …

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Must Read: Hair Is the Fastest-Growing Prestige Beauty Category, Why Women’s Magazines Are Ramping Up Political Coverage

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday. Hair is growing faster than any other category in prestige beauty According to data from The NPD Group, hair is the fastest-growing category in the prestige beauty space. The category’s growth can be attributed to added retail …

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Every Look from the Givenchy Fall 2018 Couture Collection

It’s been less than a year since Givenchy’s Artistic Director Clare Waight Keller presented her debut collection for the LVMH-owned fashion house, but she’s already made quite the impression, thanks in no small part to her creation of Meghan Markle’s dress for the royal wedding. While the …

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When Will Fashion Week Finally Go Paperless?

The not-so-fun fact about fashion: The multi-trillion-dollar apparel business is one of the biggest polluters on the planet. For years, in fact, experts argued that it was the second dirtiest industry in the world, behind only fossil fuels. While the provability of that specific claim has been …

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Why Pitti Uomo Remains an Essential Stop on the Menswear Circuit

Last week, nestled snugly between London and Milan menswear fashion weeks, the Pitti Uomo trade show outdid itself once again. It’s a funny beast, being an integral stop on the men’s fashion week circuit without actually being a “fashion week,” as such. There are huge men’s trade shows in America, …

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Chanel Puts on a Parisian Promenade for Its Fall 2018 Couture Runway

When it comes to putting on ready-to-wear runway shows for Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld regularly looks to — and reproduces — far-flung locations for inspiration: A cruise on the French Rivieria, a romp through the forest, a winding path past a cliff (complete with waterfall!), a Grecian temple, even a …

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See the Best Beauty Street Style Snaps From Paris Fashion Week

Paris Fashion Week may be last on the fashion calendar, but it’s certainly not least in any determination. Eight full days of shows means attendees plan for plenty of outfit changes — and also have ample opportunity to get all the more experimental with their hair and makeup.  Perhaps inspired …

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