Red carpet rituals seemed dead at the dawn of this year. But glamour and fashion survived—and style rules did not change so much as evaporate.
Alaina Demopoulos is a former style writer for The Daily Beast. Previously, she covered beauty at Popsugar. She holds a BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
The pro-Trump event, which features Kyle Rittenhouse and Tucker Carlson as speakers, encourages guests to dress in the stars and stripes—and “ACB” T-shirts.
“Sex and the City” defined friendships for generations of women. Its reboot, “And Just Like That,” is tackling something different: platonic breakups and their sharp hangover.
Even COVID cannot kill the most terrible time of the year.
It may be flattering if a striking makeup look you created becomes much copied on TikTok, but it can also be frustrating not to receive due credit. The law has yet to catch up.
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The Vogue editor-in-chief shared a story about Abloh designing uniforms for an all-immigrant French soccer team, while West and Williams recalled the designer and friend they knew.
After four years of Melania Trump seemingly loathing her job to decorate the White House, Jill Biden has stepped in.
True crime shows do not take a seasonal break, instead injecting a dose of holiday cheer into their typical roster of serial killers, spousal murders, and other gruesome stories.