Congratulations are in order for Lizzo, who celebrated her 33rd birthday this past week. The bonafide Taurus queen wore an outfit that truly suited the happy moment, by opting for a body-skimming embroidered with a tiger’s face. Her caption set the tone: “LEMME GET THESE LOOKS OFF CUS MY BDAY WEEKEND STARTS NOW 😜” Sounds—and looks—good to us! Another star having quite a time was Jennifer Aniston. The actress posted to her Instagram an image of herself uber reclining in an office while wearing an all-black look that included a watch slid over the sleeve of a crisp turtleneck. What
VIRTUAL REALITY CHECK
Chanel will hold a virtual cruise show on May 4, staged in the south of France
Dior is planning a show in Greece in June, but has not yet said whether it will feature a live audience.
Fashion weeks in New York and Europe are likely to include plenty of physical events in September, after three mostly virtual seasons
Chanel’s cruise show in June 2020 encapsulated everything that was strange and a bit unsettling about the new pandemic reality, at least within the rarified world of luxury fashion. The presentation was the first by a large brand
Photo-Illustration: by The Cut; Photos: Arcade Vintage, Fendi, Emilia Petrarca
Now more than ever, people are experiencing fashion through their phones. In “Screen Time,” fashion writer Emilia Petrarca shares all the screenshots, double taps, and swipes she made this week.
Some weeks knit themselves up into a cohesive theme. This was not one of those weeks. Still, plenty of things happened: Fendi launched a line of dog accessories; Tom Ford gave an interview about desk cocaine; I found an incredible Alaia belt. Read on for the roundup.
Fendi introduced a pet-accessories line this week that includes a
At a Shanghai art museum built from converted oil tanks, an eclectically dressed crowd chattered excitedly and lamented the long wait for a showcase by Chinese fashion label, Private Policy. But attendees’ impatience quickly dissipated as they were admitted to the venue and the brand sent its latest creations down a pink catwalk bathed in artificial fog.
Good morning. The economy is showing more signs of recovery — jobs are coming back, the stock market is up (again) and people are spending money. Here’s the latest in business and tech news for the week ahead. Stay safe out there. — Charlotte Cowles
What’s Up? (April 11-17)
So, what did you buy with your stimulus check? Retail sales in March blew past expectations, soaring nearly 10 percent as the latest round of federal relief funds trickled into bank accounts. Restaurants and bars saw a 13 percent bump in business, and sales of clothing and accessories rose
This past week, Dua Lipa had plenty of reasons to be elated. It’s been 12 months since the pop star released Future Nostalgia, which received a Grammy Award for Best Pop Album. To celebrate, her team surprised her with a cake of the album cover, while Lipa wore a barely-buttoned “sexy cardi” and a chunky cardigan. The accessory here? Balloons, of course.
Another musician basking in her glow was Lizzo. She wore a casual look seemingly around a home—sports bra and swishy pants—and added a Balenciaga stamped windbreaker jacket for that designer finish. Tracee Ellis Ross has been catching