See the Greatest BET Awards Looks Ever: From Lil’ Kim’s Colorful Bikini Ensemble to Beyoncé’s Blinding Gown

2001 BET Awards, Destiny's Child, Beyonce, Michelle Williams, Kelly RowlandIt’s that time of year when celebs serve bawdy and face!
The biggest and brightest stars will make their way to the 2019 BET Awards on Sunday, June 23. What’s more? Fierce femmes…

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Charles Tyrwhitt’s New CEO Looks to Replicate U.S. Success Globally

Charles Tyrwhitt was founded in the U.K. in 1986, but the U.S. is actually the brand’s largest market. So it makes sense that the executive who had been overseeing the American market would be charged with running the entire company as it works to expand its reach globally.
Luke Kingsnorth, who had served as president of North America, has been overseeing the division during a run of double-digit growth and the addition of eight retail stores. He was named to the top post in April after Michael Stanier resigned.
In July, Kingsnorth will move back across the pond, taking the success he achieved here and applying it to the corporation as a whole.
He will lean on his omnichannel expertise to expand the company’s e-commerce reach while continuing to exploit casualwear, add made-to-measure suits, offer a revamped trouser assortment with a new, more-modern fit, and develop a range of casual shirts with shorter tails so they can be worn untucked.
Additionally, Kingsnorth said the business is “exploring wholesaling in some core territories.”
Kingsnorth has been with Charles Tyrwhitt since 2010 when he left John Lewis Direct to join the company as e-commerce director. Two years later, he added marketing duties to his role before moving

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Cannes Film Festival’s Most Daring Looks of All Time: From Kendall Jenner’s See-Through Dress to Madonna’s Lingerie Set

Kendall Jenner, 2018 Cannes Film FestivalIt’s that time of year when celebrities flock to France for the Cannes Film Festival.
This year, everyone from Selena Gomez to Eva Longoria to Elle Fanning have already graced the…

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What/If, Renée Zellweger’s First TV Show, Looks Straight Up Sexy and a Little Frightening

What/If, Renee ZellwegerThe last time Renée Zellweger was on TV was in 2001–and you didn’t even see her, it was a voice role on King of the Hill. That’s about to change. The Oscar winner will appear in her…

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49 Unforgettable Met Gala Red-Carpet Looks

With only weeks to go, designers and A-list stars are heading into crunch time before the 2019 Met Gala.
While the Met Gala has a 71-year history of producing the most over-the-top high-fashion red carpets , this year’s theme, “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” should result in a particularly unexpected red-carpet scene. Met Gala alum such as Sarah Jessica Parker, Blake Lively and Rihanna are famous for taking the theme head-on. Rihanna for one, all but broke the Internet in 2015 when the red carpet had to be cleared so she could take those iconic steps wearing a yellow, fur-lined Guo Pei cape with a seemingly miles-long train — and let’s not forget her 2018 look for the  “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Image” exhibit: fashion pope.
Before “camp” comes upon us on May 6, WWD is looking back at 49 unforgettable Met Gala looks, from Princess Diana’s risqué John Galliano Dior slipdress to Kim Kardashian’s much-memed Givenchy gown with affixed gloves. Click the gallery above to see them all.
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Blake Lively in Versace at the Met Gala 2018. 
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Street Signs: Peaches Looks to New Capital to Support Growth

LOS ANGELES — A car buff and restaurateur have entered the streetwear fray with an interesting proposition, creating an urban label inspired by car culture.
Peaches, which has one foot in South Korea and another in Los Angeles, last year raised about $ 550,000 through angel investors and is in the midst of raising its Series A, expected to close this month and land somewhere in the range of $ 1.5 million to $ 3 million. The capital infusion will be used to open a store on Fairfax Avenue as early as the end of this year at the site of a former gas station, which will be incorporated into the overall design of the space. There will also be a car warehouse in Orange County opening this year that would serve as a hangout of sorts for the core car consumer to come in and check out the cars being built.
The company is currently direct-to-consumer online, but will eventually expand into wholesale with higher-end boutiques.
Pop-ups to test into the South Korean and U.K. markets are also slated for this year.
The slated retail and warehouse openings speak to the duality of the Peaches brand.
“Opening the store on Fairfax, that’s a very street fashion and

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The Best iHeartRadio Music Awards Fashion Looks of All Time: From Flashy Jumpsuits to Goth Glam Dresses

Rihanna, iHeartRadio Music AwardsGet ready to gasp… at the best iHeartRadio Music Awards fashion looks of all time.
The star-studded ceremony kicks off on Thursday, March 14, and fans will eagerly await to see which…

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19 Calvin Klein Runway Looks Worth Taking a Look Back At

It’s the end of an era at Calvin Klein.
The American fashion brand announced Wednesday it will not continue its traditional collection business, meaning Calvin Klein will no longer be a fixture on the fashion week runway. The news comes after the brand shuttered its 205W39NYC label in January, following the departure of its chief creative officer, Raf Simons, the prior month.
Starting his namesake label in 1968 as a coat shop, Calvin Klein grew his brand quickly, adding sportswear and lingerie. In 1973, Klein received the Coty American Fashion Critics’ Award for a 74-piece women’s wear collection, becoming known for his youthful and classic American style.

Calvin Klein fall 1973 ready-to-wear collection. 
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While the proliferation of Klein’s underwear and jeans businesses — and legendary ad campaigns featuring the likes of Mark Wahlberg, Kate Moss and Brooke Shields — are a significant marker in the designer’s legacy, his designs on the runway were equally impactful. Most notably, Klein popularized the slipdress, which was routinely modeled by Moss on the runway.

The finale at the Calvin Klein spring 1998 ready-to-wear runway. 
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When the brand was acquired by PVH Corp. and Klein resigned from his position in 2003, designer Francisco Costa was brought on as

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16 Oscars Red Carpet Looks You Forgot Happened

Every year, the Oscars red carpet produces a number of standout looks that stand the course of time.
However, there are also looks that leave the cultural lexicon soon after the ceremony, but are still memorable in their own right.
For example, take Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon’s look at last year’s Academy Awards. Before Timothée Chalamet and Michael B. Jordan championed the harness during this year’s awards season, Rippon was seen sporting the look under a tuxedo, created by Moschino.

Adam Rippon at the 90th annual Academy Awards. 
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Before she was nominated for any Oscars, Nicole Kidman established herself as a red-carpet standout in 1997, when she arrived to the ceremony wearing one of John Galliano’s first designs as creative director at Dior: a chartreuse-colored silk dress with floral embroidery.

Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman at the 69th annual Academy Awards. 
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There were also the red-carpet flops, such as Juliette Lewis’ ill-advised cornrows in 1992 and Faith Hill’s rainbow Versace gown in 2002, and the more creative costumes, like costume designer Lizzy Gardiner’s American Express dress from 2004.

Lizzy Gardiner posing with Tim Chappel and Sharon Stone at the 67th annual Academy Awards. 
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And who remembers Lady Gaga’s lunch lady-esque Azzedine Alaïa getup in 2015?

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Chanel at the Oscars: 13 Iconic Karl Lagerfeld-Designed Red Carpet Looks

Karl Lagerfeld was a master of many things, from design to photography — but his red-carpet looks were especially spectacular. With the Academy Awards coming up on Sunday, WWD looks back at the late designer’s most memorable Chanel looks at the Oscars.
Historically, Lagerfeld’s take on Oscar fashion was about clean silhouettes and a neutral color palette fused with intricate, couture details such as embroidery and beading, as seen on the likes of Diane Kruger, Sarah Jessica Parker and Pharrell Williams.
Julianne Moore wore Chanel couture dresses back-to-back for her best actress win in 2015, and then again to present in 2016. Lagerfeld created a custom look in 2018 for Margot Robbie, for whom he designed a minimalist white gown with off-the-shoulder crystal embroidery, to critical acclaim.
Perhaps the most newsworthy Chanel look at the Oscars, however, came in 2001 when Jennifer Lopez wore a sweeping taupe ballgown with a transparent bodice. Only in Hollywood.
Click through the above gallery to see more of Karl Lagerfeld’s Chanel designs on the Oscars’ red carpet.

Julianne Moore picked up the Oscar for best actress in 2015, wearing a Chanel couture gown  covered in no fewer than 80,000 sequins. 
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Margot Robbie wearing custom Chanel at the 2018 Academy

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Karl Lagerfeld’s Best Chanel Red Carpet Looks of All Time

Karl Lagerfeld has designed no shortage of memorable red carpet looks.
The late Chanel fashion designer was tasked with dressing both his muses, such as Cara Delevingne and Keira Knightley, along with A-list celebrities during awards season, including Emma Stone and Margot Robbie.

Margot Robbie wears Chanel Couture at the 72nd British Academy Film Awards. 
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No stranger to the Met Gala red carpet, Lagerfeld was responsible for the looks for both Yara Shahidi and Lily-Rose Depp’s first times attending the annual costume event. Shahidi, for example, attended her first Met Gala last year wearing a Chanel Couture tulle dress with an intricate full-length beading.

Yara Shahidi wears Chanel at the 2018 Met Gala. 
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Chanel spokeswomen, Julianne Moore and Marion Cotillard, also have a long history of being dressed in Lagerfeld’s creations. Most notably, Moore picked up her first Academy Award in 2015 wearing a Chanel Couture gown made with 80,000 sequins.

Julianne Moore wears Chanel Couture at the 87th Annual Academy Awards. 
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Click through the above gallery for more of Karl Lagerfeld’s best Chanel red carpet looks.
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House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve Looks to Swim for Expansion

DEEPER WATERS: Nicole Richie’s House of Harlow label continues to broaden its assortment, now looking to swim for its next move.
The business, in conjunction with retailer Revolve, has launched a collection of swimwear and ready-to-wear under the House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve label. It’s the first drop, totaling some 16 pieces, of several planned for rollout across January, February, April and May.
“Swim is a strong category for Revolve definitely with the top three peak months, so it just made sense for the progression of the brand,” Richie said. “We, last resort, came out with great footwear styles so this is more about completing that story.”
The range is priced from $ 68 to $ 198 and is being sold exclusively through Revolve.
The assortment is in keeping with the design aesthetic Richie’s built House of Harlow on, with neutral colors in addition to knot detailing, stripes and crochet.
“It’s still very House of Harlow, really beautiful cover-ups to go with the swimwear so that it can transition into ready-to-wear,” Richie said.
Teaming with Revolve has helped on the back end in terms of designing House of Harlow for the market, Richie said. She cited the multibrand e-commerce company’s access to consumer data as an example

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See Bella Hadid, Gigi Hadid and More Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Models in Dazzling After-Party Looks

Bella Hadid, Victoria's Secret After Party 2018After rocking it out on the runway, this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show models took their couture to the pink carpet.
Once the 2018 show wrapped at Pier 94 in the Big…

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Breaking Down Tracee Ellis Ross’ 10 American Music Award Looks: Sequins, Leopard Print and a Political Message

Tracee Ellis Ross, 2018 American Music Awards, OutiftsWhen it comes to hosting the 2018 American Music Awards, Tracee Ellis Ross goes all out in the style department.
With the help of pro stylist Karla Welch, the Black-ish star strutted…

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Maskit Looks to Build U.S. Sales With NYFW Event and Art Installation

MASKIT TAKES NEW YORK: Friends of the Israel Defense Forces’ tristate region is hosting Maskit Fashion House’s NYFW debut today at Metropolitan West. Started in 1954 and known as the first fashion house of Israel, the company belonged to the Israeli government in its earlier years. The idea was to provide work for immigrants and to teach them craftsmanship as well as new techniques. In its prime, there were 2,000 employees and 10 freestanding stores, including a Fifth Avenue location. In 1994, it was shut down before being revived five years ago. Head designer Sharon Tal interned for Alber Elbaz at one point, before specializing in embroidery at Alexander McQueen. The brand is now backed by Lyn and Stef Wertheimer and is being shown for a limited time in New York.
In addition to the fashion show, the company is showcasing a large-scale art project titled “Mount Sodom” by Israeli fashion photographer Eyal Nevo. On view at 10 Times Square through Oct. 6, the project features dancers from the Inbal Dance Theater, Israel’s first and oldest modern dance company. Mount Sodom premiered in Tel Aviv in June in the presence of Israel’s first lady.
The fashion presentation will launch FIDF’s Philanthropic Women Campaign and

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My Friend Pedro Looks Like a Gun-Fu Masterpiece

My Friend Pedro is a gun-fu ballet 2D action-platformer in which a talking banana assists a man with glowing eyes in the mass execution of, from what I’ve seen so far, geriatric gangsters.

Are you having trouble visualising what that might actually mean? Yeah, I thought as much, so I brought some gifs.

The problem for your humble video game writer is that the sheer, beautiful excess of My Friend Pedro is extremely hard to put into words. It’s a game that presents you with all the tools to do incredible things almost immediately, and turns its snaking levels into playgrounds for you to put them to use.

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Golden Globes Red Carpet Veterans: Vote for Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman & More Stars’ Best Looks Ever!

ESC: Reese WitherspoonThese stylish stars have been owning the Golden Globes red carpet for decades!
It’s no secret that seasoned actresses and Golden Globe winners Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman,…

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Seriously?! Grey’s Anatomy Showrunner Looks Back on the Origins of the Catchphrase You’ll Never Unhear on Post-Op

Grey's AnatomyAre you guys seriously ready for the 300th episode of Grey’s Anatomy?
We’re just one day away from this major milestone, and this week’s final episode of the Grey’s…

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Morelia: Guillermo del Toro-backed Doc ‘Ayotzinapa, the Turtle’s Pace’ Looks for Truth in Tragedy

MORELIA, Mexico — Perhaps the most important question asked at this year’s Morelia Festival in Mexico was made by a young teacher in the Impulso Morelia pix-in-progress doc “Ayotzinapa, the Turtle’s Pace”: “Since when is it more dangerous to be a rural teacher than a drug-trafficker?” The question has been asked constantly in Guerrero, Mexico […]

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Roseanne Revival Looks Like a Happy Reunion: See What’s Happening Behind the Scenes of the ABC Series

Roseanne, Roseanne Barr, Roseanne RevivalRoseanne, Darlene, Jackie, Becky (No. 1 and No. 2), D.J. and even Dan (yes, somehow Dan has risen from the dead) are all back for Roseanne, 20 years after the show ended. The eight-episode revival…

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Roseanne Revival Looks Like a Happy Reunion: See What’s Happening Behind the Scenes of the ABC Series

Roseanne, Roseanne Barr, Roseanne RevivalRoseanne, Darlene, Jackie, Becky (No. 1 and No. 2), D.J. and even Dan (yes, somehow Dan has risen from the dead) are all back for Roseanne, 20 years after the show ended. The eight-episode revival…

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Diesel Looks for Chair Executive Officer

Diesel is adding a new position to its organizational chart.
In keeping with the fashion label’s ironic and provocative approach, the company’s founder Renzo Rosso has posted a video on Thursday morning announcing that his firm is looking for a new chair executive officer.
“Our ceo has left, leaving an empty space in our hearts, but most importantly, an empty chair,” Rosso said, pointing to the major skill required for the position. “First of all, you have to be good at sitting.”

Starting from Thursday, candidates will have the chance to showcase their sitting skills by uploading a GIF or a video on Diesel’s Facebook page.
The winner of the contest will be named chair executive officer and will spend a week at the company’s headquarters in Breganze sitting on Diesel’s most important chair.

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Kim Kardashian Showcases Sexy Looks in Vogue Mexico Cover Shoot and Makes a Plea to Help Earthquake Victims

Kim Kardashian, Vogue Mexico, October 2017Kim Kardashian this week used a sexy new cover pictorial to make a public call to help the people of Mexico.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, known for her daring looks, is the…

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