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Karly, Malaika & Nora Pose in Mango Committed Effortless Styles

Mango channels relaxed style with its Committed Effortless spring-summer 2021 collection. A fashion shoot featuring models Karly Loyce, Nora Attal, and Malaika Holmen takes outdoors in languid silhouettes. Made from sustainable fabrics, designs include poplin, natural linen, Tencel, and organic cotton. From tie-dye dresses to breezy separates, the Mango woman embraces chic apparel. Dreamy shades… [Read …

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Aerie’s Crossover Bikini Bottoms Are Inspired By Their TikTok Famous Leggings

After Aerie’s Crossover Leggings went viral on TikTok, my basic black leggings with their straight-across waistband just didn’t cut it anymore. The crossover band was a thousand times more flattering—why would I want to wear anything else? Months later, the leggings are still going in and out of stock as loyal shoppers buy them in …

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Gisele Bundchen Shines for Vivara Jewelry 2021 Campaign

As the face of Vivara for multiple seasons, supermodel Gisele Bundchen is back for the Brazilian jewelry brand’s 2021 campaign. Photographed by MAR+VIN, the blonde dresses in black, showcasing shining pieces in gold and silver tones. Stylist Renata Correa pairs jewelry with tube tops, swimsuits, and cropped jackets. For beauty, Henrique Martins works on Gisele’s… [Read …

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Discover & Other Stories x Rejina Pyo’s Gorgeous Co-lab

& Other Stories teams up with London-based fashion designer Rejina Kyo. Known for her sculptural shapes and relaxed suiting, these pieces are all about making a statement. A limited-edition collaboration features puff sleeve dresses, silk tops, and wool separates. From vibrant orange to charcoal grey and pistachio green, there’s a variety of colors. A halter… [Read …

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Everlane’s First-Ever Swimsuits Are As Incredible As You’d Expect

Out of all the brands that claim to have a “cult following,” no one’s grip on shoppers is stronger than that of Everlane. Their commitment to radical transparency via ethical practices, high-quality garments and a curated-but-cool minimalist aesthetic has made them the kind of brand that fans line up to buy from. No, really—I’ve walked …

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Alek Malek Models Bright Outfits for L’Officiel Australia

In front of the lens of Eva Schwank, model Alek Malek appears in L’Officiel Australia. Posing in an editorial called: Brighter Future, she wears vibrant shades for the studio shoot. Stylist Natalie Read selects sculptural dresses, statement jewelry, and sleek bodysuits. Makeup artist Michelle Leandra paints bold eyeshadows to complement Alek’s colorful wardrobe. In addition… [Read …

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Here’s Cold, Hard Proof That Sexy One-Piece Swimsuits Actually Exist

Not since the debut season of Baywatch have the words “sexy” and “one-piece” belonged in the same sentence, let alone described the same garment. But this season, sexy one-piece swimsuits are back with a vengeance, and they’re here to dethrone bikinis as the must-have beachwear silhouette of 2021. Personally, I like a lil’ coverage at …

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Lucy Liu Wears Sporty Chic Styles for Women’s Health

Lucy Liu is all smiles on Women’s Heath’s May 2021 cover. Photographed by Aingeru Zorita, she wears a Khaite top and Make Me Chic pants. The 52-year-old actress poses in sporty chic outfits for accompanying images. Fashion director Kristen Saladino highlights designs from leading brands like Stella McCartney, Longchamp, and Athleta. For beauty, hairstylist Marco… [Read …

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Sunny Style: 7 Warm Weather Dresses From Madewell

With warm weather season here, now is the time to shop dresses whether you’re staying in or going outdoors. Madewell’s spring-summer 2021 arrivals include lightweight designs that are beyond chic. Choose from linen fabrics, floral prints, and gingham checks. A color palette of mint green, rustic orange, and fiery red is fabulous for spring. The… [Read …

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The 12 Top Bridal Trends For Spring 2022 Include ‘Bridgerton’ Inspiration and Wedding Nap Dresses

While the Spring 2022 bridal collections were virtual again, designers definitely looked to a (hopefully near) bright future, when weddings are full-on back again. Also, because we deserve it after more than a year of rescheduled nuptials and Zoom ceremonies. Whether minimalist or … Continue reading * This article was originally published here You may also like… …

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