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Check out these gorgeous looks on badass babe Dai Burger, from our Fall issue. Photographed By Erica Génécé Styled By Mateo Palacio Makeup By T. Cooper / crowdMGMT using RAV Bagry REFASH_STUDIOS SUIT; SAIMA CHAUDHRY JEWELRY MASK REFASH_STUDIOS DRESS; SAIMA CHAUDHRY JEWELRY EARRINGS; NOSE RING: MODEL’S OWN. REFASH_STUDIOS DRESS; SAIMA CHAUDHRY JEWELRY MASK. MIRIMARI FASHION DRESS; MAALICIOUS EARRINGS; GLOVES: STYLIST’S OWN. VIDEMUS OMNIA SS20 RED CUT OUT JACKET; SAIMA CHAUDHRY JEWELRY EARRINGS; BOOTS: STYLIST’S OWN. REFASH_STUDIOS SUIT; BOOTS: STYLIST’S OWN. LITKOVSKAYA/FW20 TURQUOISE PLEATED TOP AND PANTS; SANDALS: STYLIST’S OWN. SAIMA CHAUDHRY JEWELRY HAIR CLIPS...
Morticia Addams personifies the ideal homemaker—her husband Gomez adores and respects her, and she cooks, knits, and maintains a calm head while raising two children. But this matriarch does it all with a macabre twist—like clipping and tossing blooming roses and instead displaying their spiky stems in a vase. First appearing in The New Yorker in the 1930s, Morticia and the Addams family have been the focus of a 1964 TV series, a 1992 cartoon series, and several movies, both live action and animated. But...
Nightmare On Bean Street Jazmin Bean is pushing the boundaries of beauty with their creepy-cute style The stuff of nightmares, the stuff of dreams—childhood fantasies and horrors rolled into one. These are the first impressions you might get scrolling through the Instagram account of non-binary U.K. musician Jazmin Bean. Bean’s look pulls elements from myriad sources: the frilly pastel dresses of Lolita fashion; punk spikes and plaids; kink-inspired harnesses, chokers, and towering platform shoes; and even some vintage. The outfits are styled in ways you wouldn’t expect,...
In a New York Times exposé published on Saturday, reporter Edmund Lee outlines the many ways that Anna Wintour fostered a work environment that has “sidelined and tokenized women of color, especially Black women.” Wintour has been the Editor-in-Chief of Vogue since 1988 and Condé Nast’s artistic director since 2013. Her influence on the fashion industry is undeniable, but what damage has the magazine’s representations of race and Wintour’s treatment of their employees of color caused? Lee spoke with Black fashion journalists, including current and former Vogue...
On August 13th, a collective of former Glossier retail employees, Outta The Gloss, published an open letter on Instagram to the popular makeup brand company calling out the blatant racism, transphobia, ableism and lack of accountability that the company failed to acknowledge and ignore. The open letter addresses various encounters that many retail employees, especially those who are LGBTQIA+ and/or BIPOC, also known as Offline Editors in the brand, experienced that were hostile and violent. Encounters such as verbal and physical harassment from customers and managers....
If you’ve ever wanted to smell like a 19th-century Russian countess, Rosamund Pike’s Gone Girl character, or even something as amorphous as the bridge of a Fleetwood Mac song, Rachel Syme has a scent for you. The New York-based journalist has the rare ability to commit smells to memory. And with her seasonal Twitter feature Perfume Genie, she uses this skill—plus her lifelong love of perfume—to introduce people to their new favorite scents. Her followers will share moods, memories, or photographs, and Syme responds with a...
Let’s play a game. Without thinking too hard, what are the first (non-policy) things that come to mind when you think of Hillary Clinton? You might think of the media's obsession with her emails, Bill Clinton, or when she unironically told Millennial and Gen-Z voters to “Pokemon-Go to the polls.” However, what likely comes to mind are her signature pantsuits. Fashion choices have long been used to disqualify or delegitimize powerful women, and, undoubtedly, Clinton’s pantsuits were used as a tool of communication to the...
“Sexiness isn’t one-dimensional— it’s a voice, it’s a feeling, it’s a technicolor mirror that reflects whoever is holding it. With you, we’re rewriting the American underwear story— in full-spectrum color,” reads Parade’s manifesto. The underwear company launched last year with the promise of donating one percent of their profits to Planned Parenthood. Yesterday, they decided to take it a step farther by announcing that they were giving away over 1,000 pairs of underwear to five LGBTQ+ organizations: GLITS, HYPE Center by Freedom Forward, Trinity...
When it comes to true racial justice, making one-time donations to bail funds and posting black squares on Instagram has proven not to be enough. Following the viral murder of George Floyd, people all across the world took to the streets, shared information on how to support the Black community, and posted on social media in solidarity with the recharged Black Lives Matter movement. However, Aurora James, the founder and creative director of Brother Vellies, knew that as a consumerist society, we could go deeper.             View...
AOC has officially cemented herself as the coolest Congressperson yet. In an interview with Vogue, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez revealed her skincare routine and her makeup habits, “The reason why I think it’s so important to share these things is that, first of all, femininity has power, and in politics there is so much criticism and nitpicking about how women and femme people present ourselves,” AOC told Vogue. “Just being a woman is quite politicized here in Washington…. There’s this really false idea that if you care...