For those lucky enough to be invited to the royal wedding (or just practicing for their own princess moment), a few tips on English protocol.
Kamperett is proving that a power suit doesn’t have to be so stiff.
With turns in Emmy- and Oscar-winning productions, Kathryn Newton isn’t starting small.
Glenn Martens, the designer of Y/Project, is the latest talent to join the Diesel Red Tag Project, which will be unveiled this June during the Milan men’s shows
“The Prince of Wales is pleased to be able to welcome Ms. Markle to the royal family in this way,” notes Kensington Palace.
Preparations for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's lemon elderflower wedding cake, made by Claire Ptak, is underway.
Another day, another rule-breaking Chanel look.
Seed’s potent new pill, known as a synbiotic, is setting the record straight on probiotics and your health.
The niche fragrance house sets down roots with a studio that doubles as an informal gallery with lush, wild floral displays.
A swath of bare back is striking the fancy of festival-going stars on the Cannes red carpet to show-stopping effect.
Berlin-based Etsy shop SooLastSeason stocks Tom Ford–era Gucci, Maison Martin Margiela, Jean Paul Gaultier, and more.
Thanks in part to her sculptural desserts, Natsuko Shoji's one table, introduction-only tasting menu boîte has quickly become one of Tokyo's most sought-after reservations.
Elsa Hosk makes the case for taking Riviera chic off the red carpet and into the swimming pool.
The Academy Award–winning actress, Marion Cotillard, brought a cool twist to traditional red carpet dressing during the film festival.
The actress, Katie Holmes, kept things simple and streamlined in a jumpsuit that retails for under $85.
The writer started a pasta blog, Fancy Pasta Bitch, to chronicle her new hobby.
John Legend offered solidarity to Meghan Markle during her royal wedding drama with a story about extended family trying to make a buck.
Modern Cinderella slippers for the modern princess bride.
“Two bad bitches that came from the Bronx,” together in one handy track.
Joyce Chang spent her entire career giving women what they wanted. Now, she’s focusing on the only thing left that matters: happiness.