• Melania Trump and Queen Rania of Jordan twinned in pink for an afternoon tea party

    The King and Queen of Jordan came to the White House to discuss peace between Israel and Palestinian.

  • Serena Williams wore sneakers to the royal wedding reception

    While some guests took advantage of the slippers handed out at the reception, Serena Williams pulled off her own crafty and comfortable style trick.

  • Lorde Supports #MeToo Movement With Quote Sewn Into Grammy Dress

    While many on the Grammy red carpet chose to support the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements by wearing white roses, Lorde made her own statement. The singer, nominated for album of the year with “Melodrama,” posted a shot of the back of her dress on Instagram, where she attached a quote from Jenny Holzer’s “Inflammatory […]

  • Would You Wear a Camouflage Wedding Dress?

    Camouflage has been embraced as a fashion trend, but how would you feel seeing the inspired print going down the wedding aisle?

  • Melania Trump's Travel Look Is Pricey and on Point

    Melania Trump got festive on Tuesday for her family’s Fourth of July celebration at the White House, where she wore an Esteban Cortázar blue and white dress paired with red-bottom heels. The patriotic look, which featured white Christian Louboutins, gained attention as FLOTUS was pictured going to watch fireworks in Washington, D.C. But as of Wednesday morning, Melania was seen jetting off to Germany and Poland with her husband Donald Trump — in style once again.

  • Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade Show Off Their On-Trend Summer Style

    Actress Gabrielle Union-Wade and her husband, basketball player Dwyane Wade, have been traveling abroad for the better part of June. The stylish pair have documented their exciting trip through their popular Instagram accounts, showing off their eclectic wardrobes and on-trend looks in many of their vacation snaps. Their vacation, by the way, looks incredible.

  • Oscar de la Renta Does Denim and All the Best Looks From the Resort 2018 Shows So Far

    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.

  • Jennifer Lopez Was a Bit Off-Theme for the Met Gala but Looked Stunning Anyway

    Jennifer Lopez may have missed the mark for this year’s Met Gala theme, but her outfit is still worthy of turning heads. In a light blue caped Valentino gown, Lopez is looking a little more Elsa the Disney princess than Rei Kawakubo and the "Art of the In-Between.”

  • Oh, No She Didn’t: Melania Trump Wears One Dress Two Days in a Row

    Well, this is a first for the first lady: Melania Trump has been caught breaking a major fashion rule — wearing the same dress two days in a row. Melania first debuted the stunning red $2,950 crepe Valentino dress Tuesday, Feb. 28, in the Oval Office as President Trump signed a bill that is meant to encourage girls and women to pursue careers in STEM fields: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

  • 22 Gorgeous Dresses and Coats To Soothe Your Post-Election Soul

    Hence, this list of the 22 prettiest dresses and coats for us to lust after right now. Or if the result really did affect you and you need some wardrobe inspiration, look no further! From Valentino and Chanel to everyone's favorite new label, Monse, we have the most exquisite embroidered dresses, the simplest and sophisticated sequin dress to the most extravagant fur coat from Fendi.

  • 11 Actresses Who Made Vintage Gowns Look Like a Million Bucks

    It’s Vintage Week at Yahoo Style! In honor of our favorite environmentally friendly way to make sure you’re never wearing the same outfit as anyone else, we’re bringing you insider intel on the best vintage — what to look for, where to find it, and how to make the most money when selling yours. The red carpet is where we look for the most “aspirational” fashion — that is to say, the most outlandishly expensive and out of reach. In this, the era of the superstar stylist, it’s rare to see a true curveball on the red carpet — unless, of course, a celeb opts for vintage.

  • What Maria Grazia’s Move to Dior Means for the Future of Fashion

    It was announced this morning that Maria Grazia Chiuri, formerly co-creative director of Valentino, has been appointed as the creative director of Christian Dior — an especially noteworthy installment, given that she is the first female head of a label that is often described as a bastion of Parisian femininity. The unveiling follows months of speculation after Raf Simons’s departure from Dior in October last year. Pierpaolo Piccioli, with whom Chiuri ran Valentino, will remain at the Italian label as its sole chief.

  • Behold, the Most Glamorous Camping Wedding Ever

    “I wish I could say it was love at first sight,” Ligaya tells Yahoo Style, “but admittedly I don’t even remember meeting Russ — though he claims to have been struck by me somehow.” Fortunately, fate stepped in and the couple was formally introduced a short time later when the future bride and groom became co-workers at Yelp.

  • 9 Valentino Catwalk Looks Born To Be Worn On The Red Carpet

    <p>The Valentino Paris Fashion Week show was all kinds of exquisite. Valentino treated us to a glimpse inside the modern fairytale princess’ wardrobe, where ballet flats are teamed with ballgowns, olive green parkas and jumpers are worn under sequin-covered dresses. And we’re very happy customers. </p><p>We wonder how many of these frocks Valentino fan Alexa Chung will step out in? </p>

  • Patches Are the New Charms For Handbags

    For 2016, designers seemed to adopt a different type of adornment — patches! Look no further for Gucci’s Dionysus Bag with glittery lips and purple lightening bolts, Marc Jacobs Lady bag with relics of all things Americana including the Coke wave and red, white, and blue popsicles. Brit “it bag” designer Anya Hindmarch took the idea one step further by slapping sticker-like emojis all over her satchels.

  • 64-year-old Jane Seymour stuns, and more best dressed of the week

    From Jane Seymour’s form-fitting black dress to Natalie Portman’s eclectic frock, scroll through the gallery to see who ruled the red carpet this week. Think we missed someone? Let us know by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.

  • The Weird and Wacky Accessories of Haute Couture

    There is so much oohing and aahing over the gowns at couture that most people see the accessories as an afterthought. But you’d be missing all the fun, as this season designers got freaky with the shoes, bags and jewelry on the runway. And why not? With only a few individuals able to afford these over-the-top gowns (most starting at around $100K) and their totally-out-there accessories, designers need to go to extremes. Take a look. &nbsp;

  • The Easiest Way to De-Basic Your Leather Jacket

    There are certain items that will always be in style — the perfect white T-shirt, a seasonless pair of jeans, a killer leather jacket. For spring, the latter is getting a high fashion makeover, with new renditions coming in a variety of unexpected colors and prints. Take inspiration from Nicholas Ghesquiere who delivered pink biker jackets with printed sleeves for Louis Vuitton. He is officially giving us the okay to depart from classic black!

  • 25 Shoes For Every Personality Type

    Shoes are vital part of dressing up, but not everyone has the same taste (obviously). While one might lean toward more minimal looks, someone else might opt for a more laid-back, bohemian look. It’s all good! Fashion is all about personal preference and there is no wrong look or style as there is something for everyone.