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Despite writing an entire book about H Mart, Michelle Zauner remains largely unbothered whenever she shops at the Asian supermarket chain (which is very frequently). “They definitely don’t care,” she says over the phone. “It’s humbling.” Though the musician and writer, who performs under the moniker Japanese Breakfast, can procure groceries in relative peace, total
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Everyone will be wearing their heart on their sleeve next spring—literally. Brands from Acne Studios and Nensi Dojaka to Moschino and Vivetta had love on the brain for the upcoming season, showing hearts of all shapes and sizes, sometimes from head to toe (we’re looking at you, Moschino). If the past few seasons were about
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THE CORSET Designers offer a tougher take on the structured top: less boudoir, more armor. CelineCourtesy Wear it with: THE LONG SKIRT Whether draped, pleated, or full, a floor-sweeping hemline adds just the right amount of drama. Salon 1884Courtesy Wear it with: THE BOMBER The perfect transitional topper now comes in unexpected new proportions. PradaCourtesy
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The internet was blessed with a preview of Loewe’s spring/summer 2023 collection last week via Zendaya’s Instagram, with the global phenom wearing a white column dress featuring a large anthurium bustier. She posed in the custom look, a spinoff of the runway version that debuted today, in her shower, naturally. Did she wear it outside?
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Over the weekend, all anyone could talk about on Fashion Twitter was Bottega Veneta. Creative director Matthieu Blazy’s sophomore collection for the Italian brand set the Internet ablaze with accolades over his modern take on wardrobe dressing, moving past clichés of the term and creating clothes for now and forever. The new “trend,” in fact,
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School is back in session, bringing with it new opportunities, fresh outfits and accessories, and a chance to set new goals. For model and activist Noëlla Coursaris Musunka, it’s a time of year to encourage her kids to excel in their studies, and to be just as focused giving back and expressing themselves, too. Coursaris
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Some cosmic joke must be afoot, because while I’m on the phone with Sarah Jaffe, Sheryl Sandberg announces she’s stepping down from her powerful perch as the COO of Meta. The on-the-nose death knell of the Lean In era is appropriate, because Jaffe and I are having an extremely real conversation about women and work.
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