In response to Melania Trump's jacket that read, "I really don't care, do u?" Lopez is donating any profits he makes to organizations focused on reuniting parents with their children.
The King and Queen of Jordan came to the White House to discuss peace between Israel and Palestinian.
Wildfang and Lingua Franca have designed pieces to raise money for RAICES, while crafty types are reacting to the first lady's jacket with their own style statements.
Zara is selling a “check mini skirt” that looks a lot like a traditional skirt called a lungi, worn mainly by men in Asia, East Africa, and some Arab countries. The only difference is that Zara’s version costs $90, while you can get an authentic lungi for under $5.
There’s no denying the Duchess of Cambridge‘s hold over the fashion industry.The ‘Kate Effect‘ has been in full swing ever since the royal fell into the media spotlight as a fresh-faced twenty-something.And it was the 36-year-old’s now-famous blue Issa dress (which she donned in her engagement photographs) that secured her position as one of the world’s most respected style muses.With an innate ability to crash endless shopping pages of the Internet (and almost send one label under) – the royal’s sartorial influence is incomparable.And perhaps what draws so many women to lust over her wardrobe, is the notion that it is just so darn relatable.When the Duchess of Cambridge isn’t sitting prim enjoying afternoon tea with the Queen, she’s donning Topshop’s latest line or sending us potty over Zara’s current must-have.Yes, it turns out Kate is just like us. And when it comes to championing the high street, the 36-year-old gives the royal touch.Take a look back at the Duchess of Cambridge’s best high street moments to date.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The Duchess of Cambridge’s top style moments of 201710 fashion rules the Royal Family must stick toThe Duchess of Cambridge’s top maternity style moments
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 role of royals as diplomats is being questioned by an MP, who calls them “ridiculous" and once compared the Middletons to the Kardashians.
It reportedly takes Zara only two weeks to sketch out a design and then get it onto shelves around the world. That means new inventory is hitting stores pretty much every day. Yet for some reason, shoppers have gravitated toward a single, simple piece: a blue off-the-shoulder dress.
On Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge attended a state banquet wearing a diamond-and-ruby necklace borrowed from the queen and Diana’s pearl-and-diamond tiara.
No one loves a sale more than a fashion editor, and when Zara markdowns hit, all bets are off. Just a few times a year, pieces ranging from über-trendy styles to wardrobe staples see slashed prices that we can barely even handle, making the high-street brand more irresistible than ever. And with summer only just beginning, we’re stocking up on all the sundresses, flirty tops and heat-proof office attire our shopping bags can handle. Not to mention, it’s the perfect time to test the waters of a trend you’re not sure about but want to experiment with. So what are you waiting for? Get shopping!
All over the streets, Yahoo Style has been spotting fashion editors wearing the same satin knotted bow slides in either royal blue or gold. Who are they by? Zara.
Over the weekend, Benetton posted to Instagram a photo of three young boys arm-in-arm modeling the company’s colorful Spring/Summer line. It’s possible that with its bright colors, diverse models, and rainbow design in the background, that Benetton gave itself room for irony with its caption.
The miniskirt contained two patches that each bore a striking resemblance to the cartoon frog Pepe, a popular meme that has been declared a hate symbol.
Ubiquitous fashion retailer Zara has become synonymous with affordable, “It” girl style. But new research shows that there is an age at which “It” girls become “It” women and stop shopping at Zara.