It’s H&M Sale Time—You’ll Be Shocked When You See The Prices On These 34 Finds

I know I’m not alone when I say that Mondays can be rough. The days are getting shorter and the weather gloomier, thus making the end of the weekend feel like even more of a bummer than normal. Luckily, I was met this morning with a glimmer of hope for the day ahead: H&M’s mid-season sale, which includes deals so good, you’ll think it’s Friday all over again, is finally here.  read more

Why We Need To Rethink Our Obsession With Logomania

For many influencers and celebrities, a rite of passage into the fashion world is not hitting a million followers or gaining a certain amount of likes on their outfit photos. It is when they are branded; stamped and approved by a designer logo. In 2018, Kylie Jenner solidified her status as fashion elite by donning Fendi’s head-to-toe Zucca print outfit and a $12,500 matching baby carrier, provided by the brand. Others, like Emma Chamberlain, do it in subtler ways, by representing the designer they are working with as ambassadors by carrying logo-clad bags and wearing outfits that flash a quaint but visible name (in Chamberlain’s case, Louis Vuitton). It’s a marketing move that works both ways: The brand gets a new audience, and the influencer gets luxury approval.  read more

Olivia Rodrigo Posed With Alanis Morissette in a ’90s-Inspired Slip Dress

There’s something so effortlessly cool about a slip dress. It’s the kind of trend that doesn’t have to try too hard, making it a quintessential staple in any It girl’s closet. Olivia Rodrigo styled hers in true Y2K fashion at the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame Gala, featuring a white satin slip with black lace trim, delicate black lace detailing across the bodice, and a matching lace choker. She paired the slightly vampy look with a bold red lip and wore her dark hair all the way down with small braids throughout, giving the lightweight silhouette of her outfit more autumnal energy. read more

Why the Funeral Episode of “The Handmaid’s Tale” Has the Most Significant Costumes

The Handmaid’s Tale” is back for season five with an evolving plot line that coincides with a fresh approach to costume design. Since its 2017 debut, the Hulu drama series has enlisted three different lead costume designers: Ane Crabtree, who created the original Gilead look with its red caped dresses and white bonnet hats; Natalie Bronfman, who took the reins starting with season three; and, most recently, Leslie Kavanagh, who joined in season five. read more