Israeli actress Gal Gadot, star of the 2017 "Wonder Woman" movie, wore an Elie Saab dress to the National Board of Review gala on Jan. 9, sparking outrage from some Arabs.
Yolanda Hadid, mom to Gigi and Bella Hadid, explains why it's so important for young women to defend themselves against sexual harassment and abuse.
"America's Next Top Model," the reality TV series from the early '00s, is back for its 24th season, and its creator, Tyra Banks, is too.
In light of the Time's Up movement, which celebrities marked by wearing all black to the 2018 Golden Globes, one wonders: Why can't smart women love fashion and be activists for change?
Khloé Kardashian announced her pregnancy via an Instagram photo this week, in which she wears a Calvin Klein bra. Some wondered if the pregnancy announcement was sponsored content.
Starring in her largest feature film to date, Zendaya is quite literally blossoming into a beautiful butterfly. And her press-tour outfits prove it.
Sneaker Con NYC is the world's largest expo for sneaker enthusiasts, held in NYC's Javits Center and attracting 19,000 attendees this year. The two-day event underserved one major group of people, though: women.
Emily Ratajkowski defended her sexy Love Magazine Advent video, saying any judgment over it is a case of "classic sexism." Meanwhile, Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima says she'll no longer pose nearly nude for "an empty cause." Whose case for feminist empowerment is more on target?
On Friday, Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, invited Yvon Chouinard, founder of the ourtdoorwear retailer Patagonia, to testify before Congress about its rebuke of President Trump's decision to reduce the extent of the Bears Ears National Monument.
American Eagle listed a screw cuff bracelet on its website and sold the product in stores, but some shoppers noted that the accessory resembles a slave shackle.
Throughout 2017, fashion designers and everyday Americans alike slapped slogans on cotton garments. Here's what the year in T-shirt politics looked like.
Actress Lupita Nyong'o is American Vogue's January 2018 cover star, marking her fourth cover for the publication in less than four years.
Traditionally, women were encouraged to “dress modestly” to avert the male gaze. Luckily, “modest” style has evolved within the fashion world to become a means for reclaiming one’s own power and sexuality. For some, modest dress is the norm because they are devoutly religious. For others, it just means wanting to wear a long skirt for the sake of it. The point is: It’s entirely liberating to cover up. If you’re skeptical that dressing modestly is actually a trend, consider this: Vanessa Friedman, fashion director at the New York Times , considers it to be the defining trend of the 2010s, and the proof is on the runway. There’s the Row , Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s luxury label beloved by fashion insiders that marries minimalism and romanticism, referred to once as “ subdued bohemianism .” There’s Céline , the French label under Phoebe Philo’s creative direction ( for the time being ), whose ’80s-inspired workwear-like trousers and trenches inspire knock-offs the world over. And then there’s Victoria Beckham , whose recent spring 2018 ready-to-wear show was decidedly delicate and demure (what, did you expect something else from a former Spice Girl?). Meanwhile, shoppers are looking for “modest” fashion in their own online odysseys. According to the social media shopping site Polyvore, searches for the term “modest” are up 55 percent in the last month, as consumers from El Paso and Sao Paulo to Jakarta and Denver uncover results for “hijab fashion,” “abaya,” and “pashmina” in internet queries. Perhaps most surprising, the majority of Polyvore searches for “ hijab ” in the past month came from ages 18 to 24. Luckily for those people, there are a handful of e-commerce sites devoted solely to modest shopping. ModLi, a site on which you can filter your clothing searches by neckline, skirt length, sleeve length, and head covering, claims it “promotes the nuanced ideal that modesty doesn’t mean hiding but rather showcasing natural beauty in a classy way. The Modist is perfect for the luxury shopper whose tastes may be reserved but whose wallet certainly isn’t.” The extent to which you take the modest look is entirely up to you. If you’re a practicing Orthodox Jew, covering your arms to your elbows and your legs to your knees can be stylish without being constricting. Or maybe you’re just sick of the sequined holiday party minidress. Either way, here are five modest, chic outfit ideas for any holiday outing, celebrating both the season and your body, however you choose to. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • 13 gifts that look crazy expensive — but are under $50 • This mom is ‘going sassy’ in a pink velour dress for the holidays • What this plus-size model recommends wearing to your holiday party Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Art Basel Miami, known for wild celebrity parties, hosted a sobering performance coordinated by Tara Subkoff and featuring Selma Blair, commenting on the sexual harassment and abuse allegations that have surfaced since the #MeToo movement began.
Despite all the internet outrage, politically fueled consumer boycotts inspired by the fervor of the 2016 presidential election have not had much sticking power.
"Time" magazine’s choice for Person of the Year has been made public, and it’s a whole movement: the people, mostly women, who have named sexual harassers and assaulters. Ironically, the president, who claimed to have been in the running for this designation, is instead one of those who’ve been accused.
From Sephora to Burberry to Tom Ford, these are the best beauty and fashion discounts through the end of the year and how to take advantage of them.
Steve Madden, the subject of a new documentary about his life and business, says Cardi B inspires him to use Instagram more. Here's what the king of trendy, affordable shoes had to say to Yahoo Lifestyle.
The Victoria's Secret x Balmain collection debuted on the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show runway. Already, some items — including the most expensive, a Swarovski-encrusted bustier — are no longer available online.
This anti-pinup desk calendar is equal parts comic relief and body positivity. Kara, the New York-based brand responsible for the $25 calendar, also sells great handbags.
The online clothing store Stitch Fix delivers clothes straight to your door monthly based on your style preferences. Yahoo Lifestyle wondered: Who is Stitch Fix right for?
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.