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As the new creative director of Hugo Boss, Jason Wu has proposed a feminine take on regimented strength and classicism to define the new Boss woman.
For Spring 2015, Riccardo Tisci conjured up a Givenchy collection that was part Stevie Nicks, part The Craft.
Cut up to here and down to there, sheer, sequined, luxe, and louche, the season's dress-up options propose a scintillating maxi sensuality.
Designed by New York-based jeweler Jules Kim, this Bijules ring takes an of-the-moment trend—the wrap ring that sits between the knuckle and nail—and gives it staying power
Fall's standout boot puts a wrench in the classic knee-high silhouette, retooled in black patent leather for a '60s fetishistic sex appeal.
Virgil Abloh knows his way around graphic tees.
For his first collaboration with H&M, Alexander Wang took the little black dress and made it sporty.
To celebrate the Met's Apollo Circle Benefit, ethical-luxury brand Maiyet takes a cue from the museum's "Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection" exhibition, curated by Rebecca Rabinow.
"He gave the world what they were waiting for but never knew they wanted, and insight into a world they desperately craved to participate in," says Eddie Borgo of Interview founder Andy Warhol .
This is our last Halloween update, but look how perfect North West looks in her skunk costume: http://t.co/9CJ2NOyXdV