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  • Alleged Trump mistress Stormy Daniels has reportedly scored a Vogue photo shoot

    A woman linked to President Trump may be getting the nod from Vogue — but it isn't Melania.

  • All of the best 2018 Met Gala looks

    The Met Gala has long been known as fashion’s biggest night. But this year, it’s fashion’s most controversial as well.

  • Anna Wintour called 'disrespectful' for not removing sunglasses in Queen Elizabeth's presence

    Did Anna Wintour breach royal protocol by wearing sunglasses to meet the queen? Did Anna Wintour make a fashion mistake while meeting Queen Elizabeth? After taking note of the Queen’s presence, Wintour (along with the rest of the guests) stood up and reached for a handshake without removing her shades.

  • Condé Nast fashionistas reportedly mocked new editor’s outfit, and Twitter is outraged

    According to a WWD report, Condé Nast and Vanity Fair employees disapproved of VF's new editor Radhika Jones's fashion choices. Here's why that's sexist, and how people are reacting.

  • What Anita Hill, Drew Barrymore, and 6 others had to say about women's empowerment, sexual abuse, and retouched photos

    Glamour Magazine hosted the 27th annual Women of the Year awards in Brooklyn. Celebrities from the worlds of fashion, art, politics, science and more attended the event, and spoke candidly about sexual harassment and abuse, empowerment, body positivity, and education.

  • Anna Wintour says Donald Trump is the one celebrity she'll never invite back to the Met Gala

    The 45th president will never again ascend the Metropolitan Museum of Art's iconic staircase on fashion’s biggest night. Vogue editor Anna Wintour says he's the one celeb she'd never invite back.

  • From Elizabeth Hurley to Princess Diana: Gianni Versace’s Fashion Legacy in Pictures

    The 20th anniversary of Gianni Versace's death is July 15. Yahoo Style breaks down the Italian designer's legacy, on the runway and off.

  • Anna Wintour Named a Dame by Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace

    She attended the investiture ceremony with her daughter Bee Shaffer.

  • Hillary Clinton Defends Immigrants, Cites Constitution

    On Thursday, hundreds gathered in New York’s Grand Central Terminal to honor the late Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta, whom the U.S. Postal Service commemorated on a series of stamps. Hillary Clinton, Anna Wintour, Michael Bloomberg, and Anderson Cooper all took the stage to share heartfelt remembrances of de la Renta while simultaneously broadcasting messages of inclusion. Hillary Clinton attends the Oscar de la Renta Forever Stamp dedication ceremony at Grand Central Terminal on Feb. 16 in New York City.

  • Samantha Cameron’s New Move After Leaving 10 Downing Street

    Samantha Cameron is the ex-creative director of British heritage brand Smythson of Bond Street, cheerleader of British fashion, ambassador for the British Fashion Council, and wife of ex-prime minister of United Kingdom David Cameron. During her time as the wife of the U.K. prime minister at 10 Downing Street (England’s version of the White House) Cameron learned a thing or two about being appropriately dressed for all occasions (she is a daughter of baronet, after all) as she juggled her time between home, work, and the state. Cameron says, “I wanted to create an urban uniform for busy women who love fashion.

  • These celebrities ruled the red carpet this week

    A slew of gorgeous gowns and a royal who gives the Duchess of Cambridge a run for her money when it comes to style, click through the gallery above to see our picks for best dressed of the week. Disagree? Let us know who you think deserves the title by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.

  • Met Gala: See what the stars wore in 1996 vs. 2006 vs. 2016

    Oscars aside, the Met Gala is probably one of fashion’s biggest nights of the year.  Held since 1946, the benefit raises money for the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute.

  • Taylor Swift Wants Us to Think She Listens to Nirvana Now

    Sure, people's personal styles change over time. But for some observers, Taylor Swift's sudden shift to plaid-clad grunge rock chick strains credibility.

  • Kendall And Gigi Add Supermodel Stardom To Zoolander’s Oh-So-Fash Premiere

    As “Zoolander No. 2″ is probably the most fashionable film of the year (until “Absolutely Fabulous” comes along, anyway), it makes sense that the blockbuster’s release was accompanied by probably the most fashionable premiere. The cast gathered in New York City last night for the movie’s world premiere and, naturally, included a runway show in the night’s proceedings. Kendall Jenner stopped by with her momager Kris Jenner, Anna Wintour and her daughter Bea Shaffer made an appearance and even Jennifer Aniston rubbed shoulders on the purple carpet catwalk with the cast of the hit film.

  • Sporty Spice & the Entire Beckham Clan Sang Victoria’s Praises at Glamour’s Women of the Year

    From girl power to female empowerment, Victoria Beckham’s expansive and varied career has been all about the ladies — and a few really special men. At the 2015 Glamour Women of the Year Awards on Monday night where the former singer, fashion designer, philanthropist, and mother was presented with an award, she — and a few friends and ridiculously cute family members — made it abundantly clear why she deserved the award.  In a short film, Eva Longoria, Sporty Spice (also formerly known as Mel C.), Anna Wintour, and David Beckham sing (not the to the tune of “Spice Up Your Life”) Victoria’s praises. “She’s done so much charity work, she’s a wonderful parent, she’s a great friend, her business is thriving and I think the thing that threads all of this together is her energy, she never stops,” her former girl group member said.  Victoria Beckham accepting her award and throwing up the signature Spice Girls girl power sign.

  • Taylor Swift & Idris Elba to Host Tech-Themed 2016 Met Gala

    Katy Perry was on theme in 2010 wearing a CuteCircuit gown lined with LEDs. Photo: Getty Images Fashion and technology have come a long way in the past few years. There’s Google Glass, solar panel-embellished clothes to charge electronics, rings that vibrate upon receiving a text message, and bracelets that track nearly everything happening in the human body. All of this — and so much more — will most likely be on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art come May 2016 when the Costume Institute opens “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.”

  • Prankster Vitalli Sediuk Tried Really Hard to Get Anna Wintour & Miranda Kerr’s Attention

    Vitalii Sediuk targeted Anna Wintour at the Chanel show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2016 on October 6, 2015 in Paris, France. Photo: Turns out that notorious ice queen Anna Wintour is even cool under pressure. When exiting Chanel’s airport-themed extravaganza at the Grand Palais on Tuesday, the editor-in-chief was met by prankster Vitalli Sediuk. The Ukranian journalist attempted to get the Vogue leader’s attention by jumping over a security barricade and shoving a microphone in her face.  Sediuk, wearing color blocked pants with black mesh wrapped around his head and one gold glove, channeling Michael Jackson, also pointed a finger in Wintour’s face.

  • A Brilliant Person is Making A Heist Movie Set at the Met Gala

    Is that man helping with Beyonce’s skirt or making a run for it post-heist? Photo: Getty Images The fashion industry is with rife with stories of girls who’ve snuck into the Met Gala. A table at the party of the year, Anna Wintour’s annual star-studded gala featuring everyone who’s anyone and the most interesting (fashion-wise) red carpet, can set you back hundreds of thousands of dollars—and that’s only if Vogue’s EIC approves your presence (and your outfit). All of which means the most fashion-loving interns out there will go to extremes to sneak in.

  • Blake Lively Is Closing Preserve

    Everything on Blake Lively’s lifestyle website is on sale — but not because of the changing seasons. Lively even admitted to Time in June that the pressure to meet a deadline played a part in not making the product she really wanted to put out.

  • Princess Kate topped off her crowning glory with bangs for fall: Here’s how you can too

    The fringe has moved from the fringe back to the mainstream this fall thanks to the Duchess of Cambridge. Bad hair days The future Queen of England reportedly spends about $20,000 per year on cuts, colouring and blowouts to transform her naturally wavy tresses into arguably the world’s most famous sleek head of hair. Nadia Albano once begged her hairdresser mother to perm her bangs for her. “I had a round face, permed bangs and straight hair,” recalled Albano in a phone interview from Vancouver, where she now owns her own studio.