Julia Fox has nothing but love for Kim Kardashian, but she’s probably not her muse.
The “Down the Drain” author took a lie detector test for a new Vanity Fair video published Wednesday, and among her many fashion and career revelations, she addressed rumors that the Skims founder — and fellow Kanye West ex — is taking cues from her traffic-stopping outfits.
“I actually really love her,” Fox, 33, said in the clip when handed a photo of Kardashian, 43.
“I grew up watching ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ and I actually liked it before they were even cool,” the “Uncut Gems” star continued. “And when people would bash her I would always go to bat for her.”
The model was then asked if she thought Kardashian had ever been “inspired” by her style, with Fox admitting, “I would say that there have been some looks that are a little
FKA Twigs turned Valentino’s Paris Fashion Week catwalk into a work of art.
The musician, 35, took the stage in the middle of the runway show on Sunday, October 1, for her “Unearth Her” performance. FKA Twigs ran barefoot into the École des Beaux-Arts, wearing a nude-colored bandeau bra and a matching miniskirt. She wore her long locks naturally curly.
Once she made it to the stage, surrounded by dancers in matching outfits, the British singer started rolling around in a wooden box filled with dirt. After digging through the mulch, FKA Twigs (real name Tahliah Debrett Barnett) plucked out a microphone that had been buried. The “Home With You” artist subsequently found, and put on, a pair of headphones before she started singing in French.
Throughout the set, models marched past her wearing the brand’s
Menswear has made women feel confident for centuries, but will the gendered separation ever cease to exist?
I remember the day I realised the embodiment of my persona was a long-sleeve ironed shirt with only the collar close-lipped. Initially, I gravitated toward the crisp button-down for function, as my former workplace tended to emit heaps of chilly air, but a spontaneous feeling compelled me to button the top, leaving the rest of the shirt open.
It may have been, in part, my obsession with wanting to define my look outside of popular construction or how this new silhouette framed my figure. Regardless, the androgynous piece of clothing left me feeling more confident than ever before. A clothing rack full of these formal tops sits perpendicular to my bed now, and I wear them strategically closed with almost every outfit. I couldn’t tell you exactly what it is about them that makes me feel alluring and powerful, but my style hasn’t been the same since.
Now more than
Viktor & Rolf, designers from the Netherlands, brought out more bizarre offerings Wednesday at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week — this time subbing topsy-turvy gowns for “clingy” men’s suits.
A video posted to Vogue’s Instagram account revealed that the fall 2023 couture collection, titled “Embodiment,” celebrates “30 years of conceptual glamour, spectacular beauty and provocative couture in an unexpected way.”
Female models walked the runway in an array of bold or mute-colored bodysuits, with black suits — creepily devoid of male heads, hands and feet — otherwise adorning their bodies by sitting on their shoulders, wrapping sleeves wrapped around their waists or sitting on models’ hips.
One woman, also wearing a black suit, had all
The forbiddingly chic territory at the intersection of fashion and music is a grand, if fraught one, and at the moment no one is traversing this terrain with more brio than the legendary Pharrell Williams, 13-time Grammy winner, two-time Academy Award nominee, and the writer-performer-producer of the global hit “Happy,” among a slew of other genre-bending, chart-busting pop-soul-funk-dance-electronica-hip-hop titles. On June 20, he took the Pont Neuf, and the Paris Spring-Summer ’24 men’s shows by storm.
As a renowned producer he is by nature a collaborator and less the lone wolf, so he’s collaborated with European and Asian fashion houses for years on everything from scents (Nigo) and jewelry (Louis Vuitton) to eyewear (Louis Vuitton, Moncler). As well, he’s an
Billy Porter’s status as a style icon is unquestionable, boldly executing gender-fluid looks that keep his fashion-forward peers anticipating his every red carpet appearance. For the POSE alum, however, it was the tuxedo-dress he wore to the 2019 Oscars that made the largest impact on trends within men’s fashion.
“What the world thinks is the most memorable is the Oscar dress, the tuxedo Oscar dress that changed the world,” he told Page Six during the unveiling of his Madame Tussauds’ wax figure in New York City Tuesday (June 20).
“That’s the most significant one because of the impact it’s had on the entire world. Fashion has changed since then. Men feel freer since then and I love being a part of that.”
Tonight, was the 58th Academy of Country Music Awards (ACM Awards), held in Frisco, Texas at the Ford Center, where the Dallas Cowboys practice. Streamed live on Amazon Prime and Twitch in 240+ countries, it brought together the city of Frisco and Country Music connoisseurs. Dolly Parton and Garth Brooks hosted the show, and the evening saw Parton break out in four costume changes, while Brooks’ ensemble of black on black on black stayed the same.
When you think of Country Music
The first Monday in May is arguably fashion’s biggest night of the year, also known as the Met Gala. The annual fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute is always one of the most exciting red carpets to watch, as attendees go all out with their sartorial attire for the evening.
The 2023 Met Gala paid tribute to the late Karl Lagerfeld; the exhibit at the Met is “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty,” and the theme for the glamorous night was simply, “in honor of Karl.” The iconic German designer is perhaps best known for his lengthy tenure as creative director at Chanel, but he also worked at fashion houses including Fendi, Chloé, Patou and Balmain throughout his illustrious career.
Dressing for the Met Gala is an art form in and of itself, and seeing how
As the fashion world buzzes with anticipation ahead of the Costume Institute’s annual Met Gala on May 1, and this year’s tribute to the iconic Karl Lagerfeld through the theme, “A Line of Beauty,” we can’t help but reminisce about the dashing gentlemen who have left their mark on the event’s red carpet. The Met Gala, an exclusive playground for fashion’s elite, challenges its attendees to push the boundaries of style with thought-provoking and captivating themes. Dressing for the Met Gala is an art form that could (and perhaps should) be studied meticulously—play it too safe at this so-called Super Bowl of fashion, and you’ll fade into obscurity.
So let’s raise our glasses to the all-time best-dressed men at the Met Gala—fashion icons such as Marc Jacobs, Timothée Chalamet, Diddy, and so many more. From avant-garde black