Corey Tenold is going behind the scenes at Matty Bovan, JW Anderson, and more of the top London shows.
Vogue’s Editor in Chief discusses the week’s strongest trends and how a new guard of young designers is challenging everything we expect from a fashion show.
He talks shopping with Post Malone, looking “classy,” doing yoga, and more.
From pilates to running, these workout spots all boast a crew of famous fans.
In contrast to the intentionally eerie milieu Ryan Lo set in a 13th-century church, the girlish barrettes and romantic waves had a soft appeal.
“People really don’t want to talk about the fact that the biggest impact in the fashion industry is its use of leather,” she says. “It’s time to man up and have an element of honesty.”
Watch this space: A new crop of Hollywood talents is coming to the fore.
The key to a good night’s sleep? It’s all in the mattress.
The project currently consuming Harris is Daddy, his magical realism–inflected Bel Air drama about a young black artist and his older male sugar daddy.
On Instagram, Massy Arias works out in the airport and with her family, showing that fitness doesn’t have to happen in any special place.
Alongside Hailey Baldwin, the singer slipped into the ultimate cozy boy accessory.
Few clothing items are as entwined with the evolution of fashion and the social status of women as the bra. From its functional past to its fashionable present, the bra has become a piece that is meant to remain hidden—hence its original designation as an “undergarment”—to one that women now layer more openly and purposefully into their looks, or wear totally invisibly under any style of top.
Inside the fine artist’s New York Fashion Week debut, as seen by photographer Richie Shazam.