When Kim finally passes the Bar exam, it’s over for basics like AOC.
After four years of shunning the most fashionable first lady in American history, Vogue Magazine is putting Jill Biden on the cover.
At a time when Gen Z girls are told gender is fluid or undefineable, why are trends suddenly turning to extremely feminine fashion?
In a remarkably unfeminine age, why are Gen Z girls so eager to dress like 1950s housewives and Jane Austen protagonists?
For so engaging a subject, “Halston” commits an unforgivable sin: It bores.
Billie Eilish resonates with her generation because she reflects it, giving the girls of Generation Z an aesthetic balm for the sting of influencer-era pressures and feminist confusion.
‘My mother did not come here from Puerto Rico and risk and sacrifice everything to live in the America that we’re living in right now where you are silenced, censored, or denied work because of your political or religious views.’
One Washington Post headline falsely suggested the Coney Barrett children spread COVID-19 at their school. Another Post writer critiqued Coney Barrett’s hearing as “child-obsessed.”
Sartorially clueless Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky chats about the devolution of fashion and its relationship to political populism with Inez Stepman.
Fashion is all about an aspirational way of living and thinking. Its very oxygen is capitalism. Why would you want that pair of stilettos if everyone else can afford them too?
The wardrobe of an average American woman is endless, but mostly consisting of what is essentially inside clothes, only she wears them everywhere.
A new study suggests heavy makeup can make you appear less human. It tells us less about judgments of made-up women than about how women’s impressions may be hampered onscreen.
In a recent Guardian article, the author asserts ‘My boyfriend’s wedding dress unveiled my own shortcomings over masculinity.’ It did a lot more than that.
More important than the films nominated at the Oscars are the gowns worn. Here’s a rundown of the looks we loved and the ones we could live without.
What the Grammys showed us, oddly, is a culture in crisis. No matter how much fame or adulation, how many award nominations and costume changes, meaning is missing.
Like Billie Eilish, Gen Z is in hiding. With all the exposure of social media, the constant barrage of attention seeking, the shallow allure of fame, kids know it’s all fake.
Episode two of ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ featured a group date in which eight ladies competed in a fashion show for a chance to win a new wardrobe and Peter’s heart.
The December 2016 issue of Vogue magazine ludicrously declared “cleavage is over.” But if this year’s Golden Globes was any indicator of trending fashion guidelines, boobs are officially back.
On Sunday, for the first time ever, I watched the Golden Globes. I learned that it’s all about the outfits. Especially the really bad ones.
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