Fashion

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker Camp-ified Catholicism

We’ve all seen the pictures by now. This past weekend, Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker had their third (and presumably final) wedding on the coast of Portofino, Italy. The multi-day affair brought plenty of opulence to the Italian Riviera with a generous helping of Catholic cosplay. Setting a new bar for sponsored celebrity nuptuals, the Kravis festivities were “hosted”...

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How to Dress Like the New Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway, a budding fashion icon? No one would’ve believed you if you had said those words five years ago. Supremely talented? Hello, she won an Oscar! Charming and likeable? You can’t convince me her and Mia Thermopolis from The Princess Diaries aren’t the same person. But a risk-taking style superstar? Not so much. Photo by Gisela Schober/Getty...

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Jonathan Van Ness on the Power of Hair

It’s safe to assume that Jonathan Van Ness is your favourite member of the Fab Five. While the whole cast of Queer Eye is undeniably lovable, the breakout success of Van Ness, the show’s resident hair and grooming expert, is easy to understand. His positive attitude and his ability to put anyone at ease with his unapologetically steadfast...

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Essie Celebrates Révolutionnaire’s Mission + More Beauty News

Essie releases nail colours with Révolutionnaire Photography courtesy of Essie Sisters Nia and Justice of Révolutionnaire — the brand and platform to know re: fighting for diversity, inclusivity and social justice — have partnered with Essie on a limited-edition release of nail shades. The six bottles, each a different neutral, celebrate Révolutionnaire’s mission and origin, which was born...

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Mejuri Makes its Home Decor Debut + Other Fashion News

Mejuri expands into home decor with Claude Home Photography courtesy of Mejuri If you’re anything like us, you’re constantly misplacing your jewellery. Luckily, the new Mejuri home decor collection has a stylish solution. Partnering with Claude Home, the Canadian brand is releasing two vessels/jewellery boxes reminiscent of a Zen Garden. Too beautiful to hide in a bathroom, we...

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The Making of Chanel No. 5

Spritz a fine mist of Chanel No. 5 and you won’t be reminded of a flower. Launched in 1921, the fragrance famously doesn’t evoke one. Rather, one might say it smells like abstract art — a composition beyond nature, a rebellion against the demure (and, frankly, dull) lily of the valley-centric zeitgeist of its time. Instead, it produces...

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Christine Quinn is Just Playing the Villain

Christine Quinn would like to clear the air, and who can blame her? Not since Spencer Pratt of The Hills has reality television conjured such a polarizing presence. So, earlier this week, in her self-proclaimed “Matrix meets Balenciaga meets hooker” outfit, real estate’s favourite ice queen sat down with Alex Cooper on the Call Her Daddy podcast to...

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Seventies-inspired Fashion Will Be Everywhere This Summer

Seventies-era fashion is having a moment. Brands such as Gucci, Paco Rabanne and Vivetta are drawing inspiration from the decade’s signature styles, including wide-leg pants, cartoon daisy prints and dramatic swirls. The ’70s were a time of experimentation in fashion, and we’re seeing that same sense of adventure re-emerge for this summer. According to Afterpay, serotonin dressing is...

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