Model Lottie Moss, younger sister of Kate, shared a bikini photo on Instagram on May 19 and paired it with a body-positive message to remind her followers that nobody's perfect.
“It’s nerve-wracking! I was shaking, a little bit,” says Molly Sims about walking the red carpet at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes. “I do this for a living, and I was slightly nervous!” Sims explains that while photos may do the Cannes red carpet justice, nothing prepares you for the real deal.
Former first lady Michelle Obama wore a perfect pink one-shoulder top while sightseeing in Italy.
On the Israeli tarmac, the first lady appears to swat away the president's hand. Some said she was rejecting his attempt to hold her hand.
Ivanka Trump accompanied her father and the first lady on the diplomatic trip to Saudi Arabia. While the news cycle continues to churn around President Trump’s first foreign tour — particularly the glaring contradictions between his current statements and the things he stated publicly before he became president — another Trump story is also developing. While most of the conversation around Ivanka, and Melania as well, focused heavily on the women’s wardrobe choices, Ivanka herself became a trending news topic in Arabic social media.
First lady Melania Trump visited an all-women business service center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Quite a few commenters from the political peanut gallery pointed out how disrespectful it was for former first lady Michelle Obama to skip the headscarf upon her visit to Saudi Arabia in 2015. Michelle Obama dressed modestly and covered her arms and legs — albeit without a headscarf — on her visit to Saudi Arabia in 2015.
The Cannes Film Festival doesn’t explicitly have a dress code, but attendees have come to understand throughout the event’s decades-long history that male guests should show up in tuxedos with bow ties and black shoes while the female attendees are expected to wear fancy gowns with high heels.
Happy 71st birthday, Cher! We’re turning back time with the legendary diva for a look at our favourite glamour moments throughout her six-decade-long career.
The adorable young royals took on the role of page boy and flower girl for their aunt's big day.
The Duchess of Cambridge let sister Pippa shine, choosing a simple dress by Alexander McQueen. The Duchess of Cambridge abided by the cardinal rule of any wedding on her sister Pippa Middleton‘s big day: don’t upstage the bride. For the ceremony on Saturday morning at St. Mark’s Church in Englefield, Berkshire, a small town outside of London, the Duchess opted for a long-sleeved rose pink dress from Alexander McQueen, the design house that fittingly made her own wedding gown.
Pippa Middleton wed financier James Matthews on Saturday morning during a traditional church service held at the bride’s family’s local parish in Bucklebury, Berkshire, an English village outside of London. The Duchess of Cambridge’s sister, who became world-famous as a bridesmaid in a head-turning dress, is now a bride herself and once again proving to be highly fashionable. Middleton walked down the aisle for her intimate nuptials at St. Mark’s Church in a bespoke gown that created an illusion of absolute seamlessness, according to Business of Fashion. “I wanted that ‘how-was-that-done?’ factor,” he said.
In only a few hours, Pippa Middleton will walk down the aisle at St Mark's church in Englefield to marry James Matthews. Ever since the couple's engagement was announced last summer, speculation has been rife about who will design the wedding dress, with British labels including Jenny Packham, Ralph and Russo and Suzanne Neville all in the running. Pippa famously almost stole the show at the 2011 wedding of Kate and Prince William with her figure-hugging Alexander McQueen maid of honour dress but it's unlikely that Kate will now want to reciprocate that move.
Levi’s is celebrating 501 Day on May 20, the birthday of 501 jeans, with a capsule collection that includes a men’s 501 jean and vest and a women’s 501 short.
World leaders are expected — but not required — to comply with the dress code of the country, although plenty have opted out, stirring criticism.
Kaftans are worn all around the world, but in Morocco they have been considered a wardrobe staple ever since the 16th century. If you can’t make it to Morocco, shop this kaftan style from the Muzungu Sisters: Jasmine Embroidered Cotton Kaftan, $645, net-a-porter.com.
It’s Kim versus Khloé, back in black — but are they real or wax figures? Kerry Washington dazzles as she dishes on the last season of Scandal, while Debra Messing wows the crowd touting the revival of Will and Grace. Rounding out the week, Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block are back onstage and battling it out for best dressed. Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee pairs up his favorite looks of the week and pits them head-to-head to see who will emerge as the winners in this edition of Knockout Style.
We’re always looking for ways to change up our everyday uniform (read: denim), though the revival of an otherwise nerdy pant style has taken us by surprise: khakis. Yes, you read that correctly, they’re suddenly shockingly chic. Hear us out. All over the spring-summer runways, the throwback slacks (we know, your parents likely use this term) took on new life with wide legs, high paper-bag waists, and modern details like lace-up fronts and utility accents. The key to staying stylish is finding a pair with structure in order to ensure a fresh-feeling fit that works well with tops of all kinds, from fitted tanks to voluminous blouses. In other words, khakis are cool, and our edit ahead has stylish options aplenty. Get after it.
One New York mother wrote an open letter to her daughter’s middle school principal regarding the school’s dress code. New York-based mother Dr. Catherine Pearlman recently addressed her issues with her daughter’s middle school dress code by penning an open letter to the school’s principal. In the note, published on Today, Pearlman, who founded the parenting site The Family Coach, details the struggles 13-year-old daughter Casey faces when it comes to finding styles that properly abide by her school’s policies.