In preview of the spookiest night of the year, here are some of the season’s killer looks so far.
An internationally recognized force, Dutch haute-couture designer Iris Van Herpen continues to employ the technologies of the future to craft jaw-dropping wearable art in her latest collection Earthwise.
Halloween may have come early in Milan, as fashion’s ultimate designers just pulled off a costume change that may be the historical IT moment of the year. Held at the extravagant Versace family palazzo, the Versace and Fendi swap opener was indeed a family affair.
After the Met Gala, a select few celebrities take home the honorary title of “Best Dressed,” as deemed by fashion critics and audiences around the world.
Against the backdrop of racial injustice, political divide and a global pandemic, American culture has undergone a radical shift in the last two years. Particularly, fashion in the United States has become political, with issues like diversity, sustainability and elitism dominating the conversation.
On Sept. 9, pop singer-songwriter Ariana Grande announced the launch of her own cosmetic line, fittingly titled R.E.M. Beauty after the fourth track of her Grammy Award-winning studio album “Sweetener.” Complete with dazzling teasers that feature the “Positions” hitmaker lounging around in a sixties-inspired miniskirt and boots, the announcement thrilled many fans.
After last year’s cancellation and postponement in May, fashion’s “biggest night out” is back. Marking the end of New York Fashion Week, this year’s Met Gala will take place on Sept. 13 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
With COVID-19 making "normal life" a thing of the past, fashion fiends and casual viewers alike were left missing the experience of watching the year's trends come alive at the typically star-studded New York Fashion Week. Thankfully, TikTok came to the rescue, with creators showing off their best “what I would wear front row” looks to Britney Spears’ “Gimme More.”
You may have seen her hosting the Oscars, appearing on shows like "Key & Peele" and CBS’s "the Mentalist" or perhaps being the cover star of Black Owned Enterprise "Black" magazine. Now, she is here at The Miami Hurricane.
Covid-19 has stripped a lot of fun out of 2020, but I, for one, do not intend to let it steal Halloween, too.
An ethereal experience of sexuality and fashion, "Savage X Fenty Volume 2" combines music and lingerie in a spectacle that’s as visually enticing as it is impressive.
I didn’t even know I had an aesthetic until my FYP told me I did, and it was spot on.