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Spring has sprung! Tap the link in our bio to see @BellaHadid take this season's structured handbags for a walk around Solvang, California, where Danish charm meets sun-filled sweetness.
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Spring has sprung! Tap the link in our bio to see @BellaHadid take this season's structured handbags for a walk around Solvang, California, where Danish charm meets sun-filled sweetness.

Metallics can be tricky to pull off. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to add a little glitz, glam, and sparkle into your everyday wardrobe this season. Tap the link in our bio for a roundup of the best metallic pieces to buy now to shimmer your way into warmer temperatures. Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper
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Metallics can be tricky to pull off. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to add a little glitz, glam, and sparkle into your everyday wardrobe this season. Tap the link in our bio for a roundup of the best metallic pieces to buy now to shimmer your way into warmer temperatures. Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper

The nostalgic days of crafting friendship bracelets and pairing puka shell necklaces with every outfit have returned: Throwback jewelry is making an overwhelming comeback. It seems that practically every jewelry designer has debuted his or her own twist on the childhood favorites, with details including beads in every shade of the rainbow and a crop of seasonal fruit in the form of watermelon, clementine, and cherry earrings. Which makes us wonder: Is there such a thing as summer-only jewelry? At the link in our bio, peruse our favorite vacation-ready jewelry picks for the summer. 
Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper
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The nostalgic days of crafting friendship bracelets and pairing puka shell necklaces with every outfit have returned: Throwback jewelry is making an overwhelming comeback. It seems that practically every jewelry designer has debuted his or her own twist on the childhood favorites, with details including beads in every shade of the rainbow and a crop of seasonal fruit in the form of watermelon, clementine, and cherry earrings. Which makes us wonder: Is there such a thing as summer-only jewelry? At the link in our bio, peruse our favorite vacation-ready jewelry picks for the summer. Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper

In bloom. @kendalljenner gives summer’s most vibrant pieces a whirl. Tap the link in our bio to see more. Photographed by @oliverhadleepearch, styled by @mr_carlos_nazario, Vogue, June 2019
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In bloom. @kendalljenner gives summer’s most vibrant pieces a whirl. Tap the link in our bio to see more. Photographed by @oliverhadleepearch, styled by @mr carlos nazario, Vogue, June 2019

Google the name @LizJohnsonArtur and a number of famous faces will immediately populate your screen—Amy Winehouse, M.I.A., and the like. And yet the true stars in the photographer’s impressive oeuvre, which includes commissions from magazines such as i-D and The Fader, are mostly unknown and unsung. Entitled the “Black Balloon Archive” after the song by soul singer Syl Johnson, her ongoing photo series began in 1991 and is arguably her life’s work. The catalyst for the project came four years prior, when the photographer paid her first visit to New York, landing in Brooklyn at the home of a Russian Jewish family in a predominantly black neighborhood, an experience that would prove life-changing. “Up until that point, the images I’d seen of black people hadn’t answered the simple questions I wanted to know: What it’s like to have a black auntie? What it’s like to go somewhere where the person who bakes the bread is black?” says Johnson Artur, who was born to a Russian mother and Ghanaian father in Bulgaria, then raised in southern Germany by her mother after her parents separated. “That sense of normal was not represented, and that was what I was looking for.”
With a new exhibit at the @BrooklynMuseum this month, Johnson Artur brings that creative expedition full circle. Named
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Google the name @LizJohnsonArtur and a number of famous faces will immediately populate your screen—Amy Winehouse, M.I.A., and the like. And yet the true stars in the photographer’s impressive oeuvre, which includes commissions from magazines such as i-D and The Fader, are mostly unknown and unsung. Entitled the “Black Balloon Archive” after the song by soul singer Syl Johnson, her ongoing photo series began in 1991 and is arguably her life’s work. The catalyst for the project came four years prior, when the photographer paid her first visit to New York, landing in Brooklyn at the home of a Russian Jewish family in a predominantly black neighborhood, an experience that would prove life-changing. “Up until that point, the images I’d seen of black people hadn’t answered the simple questions I wanted to know: What it’s like to have a black auntie? What it’s like to go somewhere where the person who bakes the bread is black?” says Johnson Artur, who was born to a

Nothing compares to the glamour of the @FestivaldeCannes. Once a year, the stars of world cinema descend on the South of France to toast artistic achievement and fête into the wee hours. As stars climb the steps of the Palais des Festivals, they do so knowing the world is watching, pulling out all the stops to deliver style moments unlike anything you'll see elsewhere. Tap the link in our bio for the best of the festival's fashion so far, such as Tilda Swinton serving high glamour in @h.a #regram @h.a
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Nothing compares to the glamour of the @FestivaldeCannes. Once a year, the stars of world cinema descend on the South of France to toast artistic achievement and fête into the wee hours. As stars climb the steps of the Palais des Festivals, they do so knowing the world is watching, pulling out all the stops to deliver style moments unlike anything you'll see elsewhere. Tap the link in our bio for the best of the festival's fashion so far, such as Tilda Swinton serving high glamour in @h.a #regram @h.a

Elementary school fashion, no more! The chunky-soled boyish loafer combined with white socks has resurfaced in a chic new way. Tap the link in our bio for the best ways to wear the look now, inspired by the street style coverage from fashion weeks around the globe. Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper
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Elementary school fashion, no more! The chunky-soled boyish loafer combined with white socks has resurfaced in a chic new way. Tap the link in our bio for the best ways to wear the look now, inspired by the street style coverage from fashion weeks around the globe. Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper

In need of some weekend wardrobe inspiration? Look no further than the street style coverage from Sydney Fashion Week. Tap the link in our bio for the latest photos. Photographed by @danrobertsstudio
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In need of some weekend wardrobe inspiration? Look no further than the street style coverage from Sydney Fashion Week. Tap the link in our bio for the latest photos. Photographed by @danrobertsstudio

Today, after a year-and-a-half of development, @GabrielaHearst is launching menswear, with the help of her friend, graphic designer Peter Miles. An Englishman whose reputation for exactitude extends to his wardrobe, Miles has been having his suits tailored to his personal specifications since 1993.
Together, Hearst and Miles plan to create two collections a year, and footwear is on the horizon. Gabriela Hearst's menswear is now available at select retailers and her flagship store in NYC. Tap the link in our bio for more details.
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Today, after a year-and-a-half of development, @GabrielaHearst is launching menswear, with the help of her friend, graphic designer Peter Miles. An Englishman whose reputation for exactitude extends to his wardrobe, Miles has been having his suits tailored to his personal specifications since 1993. Together, Hearst and Miles plan to create two collections a year, and footwear is on the horizon. Gabriela Hearst's menswear is now available at select retailers and her flagship store in NYC. Tap the link in our bio for more details.

Voyage opened on London’s Fulham Road in 1991 and quickly gained notoriety for its singular, free-spirited silhouettes, and a door policy that rivaled that of Studio 54. No membership card, no entrance! Those who made it in—Kate Moss, Amber Valletta, and Linda Evangelista, who once declared, “I can’t survive without your clothes”—though, discovered a treasure trove of one-off velvet-trimmed camisoles, sheer slinky skirts dripping with beads, and chiffon gowns accented with rows of teeny-tiny pearls. Eventually, that exclusive door policy and exorbitant price tag led to the label's demise in 2002, but the silver lining is that its one-of-a-kind riches have landed on the likes of eBay, Etsy, and Poshmark for a fraction of what they once cost. Tap the link in our bio for more details.
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Voyage opened on London’s Fulham Road in 1991 and quickly gained notoriety for its singular, free-spirited silhouettes, and a door policy that rivaled that of Studio 54. No membership card, no entrance! Those who made it in—Kate Moss, Amber Valletta, and Linda Evangelista, who once declared, “I can’t survive without your clothes”—though, discovered a treasure trove of one-off velvet-trimmed camisoles, sheer slinky skirts dripping with beads, and chiffon gowns accented with rows of teeny-tiny pearls. Eventually, that exclusive door policy and exorbitant price tag led to the label's demise in 2002, but the silver lining is that its one-of-a-kind riches have landed on the likes of eBay, Etsy, and Poshmark for a fraction of what they once cost. Tap the link in our bio for more details.

When @theLSD discovered that @ModaOperandi is the only e-commerce site to sell all five of the @CFDA's Emerging Designer of the Year nominees for 2019, she quickly sprang into action. Tonight, Emily Adams @Bode, @Foundrae's Beth Bugdaycay, @Khaite_NY's Catherine Holstein, @HeronPreston, and Sarah Stuadinger and George Augusto of @staud.clothing will join the Moda Operandi cofounder and chief brand officer for a pre-CFDA Awards cocktail party. At the link in our bio, Santo Domingo shares more on what attracted the Moda team to this year’s emerging talents. Photographed by @coreytenold
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When @theLSD discovered that @ModaOperandi is the only e-commerce site to sell all five of the @CFDA's Emerging Designer of the Year nominees for 2019, she quickly sprang into action. Tonight, Emily Adams @Bode, @Foundrae's Beth Bugdaycay, @Khaite NY's Catherine Holstein, @HeronPreston, and Sarah Stuadinger and George Augusto of @staud.clothing will join the Moda Operandi cofounder and chief brand officer for a pre-CFDA Awards cocktail party. At the link in our bio, Santo Domingo shares more on what attracted the Moda team to this year’s emerging talents. Photographed by @coreytenold

Added to the roster for the 2019 Vogue #ForcesofFashion Summit is @VirgilAbloh, designer of @off____white and @LouisVuitton men's collections. Abloh joins many industry giants, who over two days in New York City in October will address topics from sustainability to inclusivity in no-holds-barred, everything's-on-the-table conversations. Learn more about this year's FoF conference at the link in our bio. Photographed by @styledumonde
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Added to the roster for the 2019 Vogue #forcesoffashion Summit is @VirgilAbloh, designer of @off white and @LouisVuitton men's collections. Abloh joins many industry giants, who over two days in New York City in October will address topics from sustainability to inclusivity in no-holds-barred, everything's-on-the-table conversations. Learn more about this year's FoF conference at the link in our bio. Photographed by @styledumonde

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