Jennifer Lawrence is such a big star, she’s gracing not one but four Vogue September issue covers. Jennifer Lawrence is such a regular person, she would never, ever call herself a “regular person.” All who have watched the actress’s career and accompanying publicity tours will recognize the paradox, but they’re no less charming in this cover story. Perhaps her most approachable quality, which she opens up about to writer Jason Gay — in addition to her packed work schedule, her reputation, her work to end political corruption and the gender pay gap, her relationship with boyfriend and Mother! director Darren Aronofsky — is her love of reality TV.
Familiar faces continue to front the ads. Gigi Hadid stars in four campaigns — and counting — whereas BFF Kendall Jenner and sister Bella Hadid trail behind with just one campaign each (Fendi and Giuseppe Zanotti, respectively). Kate Moss continues to showcase her modeling prowess after 30 years in the business, starring alongside Oscar nominated actress Naomie Harris in the newest Miu Miu campaign.
Hollywood officially has an "it" bra. Charlize Theron rocked the Dior bra for a second “Atomic Blonde” premiere. She's not the first star to show off the look.
Demi Moore wore a rainbow Dior dress to the ‘Rough Night’ New York premiere on June 12, 2017. The Monday night premiere of the new film Rough Night featured a number of stars rocking eclectic looks on the New York City red carpet. But perhaps the most interesting look of the night belonged to one of the film’s cast members, none other than Demi Moore. The 54-year-old actress and mother of three wore a rainbow colored chiffon gown from Christian Dior, part glamor and part whimsy.
LVMH Moet Hennessy launched its new site with the French luxury department store, Le Bon Marche, calling it 24 Sevres. Brands like Dior and Louis Vuitton will be available to shop for on one digital platform for the first time.
Inspired by the New York City hip-hop scene, the Valentino Resort 2018 show had something for everyone. Plus, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and more.
First daughter Ivanka Trump was just named the most “powerful” Jewish woman in America. The title was bestowed on the first daughter by CNN which recently published a story titled, “Ivanka Trump: “America’s Most Powerful Jewish Woman.” The article details Ivanka’s 2009 conversion to Judaism before marrying Jared Kushner, who is an Orthodox Jew, and the private nature of her faith. CNN references a 2015 Vogue article in which Ivanka calls her religion a “personal thing” and a passage in her new book Women Who Work that describes her weekly Shabbat ritual: “During this time, we disconnect completely — no emails, no TV, no phone calls, no Internet.
Dior Makeup brand ambassador Bella Hadid attended a launch event for the fashion house in Los Angeles on Thursday night. To celebrate Dior’s new ‘Pump ‘N’ Volume Mascara’ campaign, the 20-year-old model wore a style for the designer that she’s worn before — the extremely popular sheer, structured corset gown from Dior’s spring/summer 2017 ready-to-wear collection. The see-through gown hails from Italian fashion designer Maria Grazia Chiuri‘s first collection as the artistic director of Dior, which was was met with mixed reviews.
Rihanna is known for never shying away from controversial fashions. She was true to form at the star-studded Christian Dior Cruise 2018 runway show Thursday.
All eyes were on Rihanna and her deluxe fur coat at the Dior Sauvage Cruise 2018 show in L.A. last night. It takes style skill to stand out among 800 guests, including celebs Charlize Theron, Brie Larson, and Kiernan Shipka. If you’re inspired by Rihanna, go forth and shop her look — or rather, emulate it — with some key turquoise pieces. The trick here is to pile them on, the more the better.
Kim confirmed that she believes her body is “flawless" after some unretouched pics of her flaunting her figure on the beach brought out the body shamers.
It’s 1979, and a handful of American women living in Paris meet for a pseudo-support group. How to be as chic as the French women they see in their new city. Acting as a fly on the wall in that group was Joan Juliet Buck, the former French Vogue editor, who was doing research for a screenplay that included Americans in Paris.
Unsurprisingly, this year's New York Fashion Week has been the most politically charged fashion week in recent history. Everyone from emerging designers to industry stalwarts have participated in their own versions of political activism, featuring slogan T-shirts on runways and providing Planned Parenthood support pins to showgoers.
Whilst the rest of the world is catching on to pajamas as daywear, oversize hoodies and puffy coats as trendy items, the fashion leaders have already moved on. February fashion week will see many new trends debut. Here's what we will see on the sidewalk and outside of the show venues.
It even made a comeback during creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri’s debut Spring/Summer 2017 collection for Christian Dior — except this time, the choker was shown in much simpler version, featuring a black, velvety ribbon and a shiny gold “J’ADIOR” emblem in the center. It’s safe to say chokers are still here to stay in 2017, and they’re stronger than ever.
It’s official: Jennifer Lawrence is a star. It’s written all over her. Yesterday, the actress promoted her new film, Passengers, in Paris in a star-themed outfit. Her ensemble was taken directly from the runway of the Dior Spring-Summer 2017 Ready-to-Wear Show. It consisted of a gray cashmere and Lurex sweater with one huge gold star in the middle and smaller ones dotted all around it, and a floor-length gray tulle skirt covered in gold embroidered bugs that, from far away, also look like stars.
Which one of these things doesn’t belong: A gown, a gala, and Doc Marten-inspired boots? Trick question; they all belong, according to Anne Hathaway, and after Thursday night, we might agree.
When Dior throws a party, you know you can expect pretty much everyone invited to come dressed accordingly. Naturally, much of the crowd came clad in Dior pieces, to the envy of those of us who are still working towards their first Dior purchase.
When is a fragrance campaign more than just a fragrance campaign? When Charlize Theron gives us life by serving equal amounts of female empowerment and glamour while fronting Dior's iconic J'adore scent. She's been the face of the fragrance for almost a decade now, and has starred in a number of campaigns, but this one just might be our favorite yet. Shot by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, the spot concludes with an empowering "we are gold" tagline, and Theron embodies the dynamic nature of the
Having a woman in the top position of a fashion house is always a top talking point and Maria Grazia Chiuri’s appointment to Dior was no different. As always, the female body was a central point but Chiuri spoke the word ‘feminism’ loud and clear.