After a fatal shark attack in Maine and ample sightings on the East Coast, shark panic has once again hit America. But dry-land dangers mean it feels less dramatic than usual.
Alaina Demopoulos is the 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.
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin married Markus Raikkonen in a pulled-from-Pinterest wedding. It looked gorgeous, and made us wistful for the days—now on hold—of summer nuptials.
The industry is doing the most to figure out how to give vocabulary to our strange new reality. Please stop. Just give us clothes.
The singer’s Fenty Skin line is already hugely popular, though some are taking issue with the product line’s use of fragrance. Rihanna’s fans have rushed to her defense.
While opening a task force to solve cold cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women, Ivanka Trump wore red in support of protecting Native rights. It rang hollow to critics.
There is nothing fancy about the masks Queen Letizia of Spain wears—but they’re stunning when coupled with a killer wardrobe. They also serve to distract from a royal scandal.
A conservative consultant took issue with the mint green wig Senator Kyrsten Sinema wore to work yesterday. Why do men feel emboldened to become fashion critics on such matters?
Stars may be loving that face masks give them a state-mandated way to go incognito. Here’s how paparazzi do their job when they can only see a quarter of a person's famous face.
Headbands and bandanas are back, tying unruly hair back, slung loosely around necks—and making sexy men look even sexier in the summer heat.
Dr. Anthony Fauci and his wife Dr. Christine Grady sat down with InStyle for a profile. Why does a “serious” interview in a fashion magazine make so many people uncomfortable?