Month: July 2021

MyKayla Skinner’s Olympics journey isn’t over yet. The 24-year-old pro gymnast didn’t originally qualify to compete in the Tokyo Games given the two-per-country limitation, but when Simone Biles announced her withdrawal from the individual uneven bars and vault finals on July 30, Skinner was given a second chance. She’ll step in for Biles during the
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You’re either “It” or you’re not. The “status” bag has long been in existence, from the Hermes Kelly to the quilted Chanel handbag and Gucci’s famous bamboo-handled number. The 90’s saw a revival of the “It” bag, and Vogue’s International Editor-At-Large, Hamish Bowles, tells us everything we need to know about these iconic bags. Still
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Runway, backstage, and front-row footage from the Paris show. Watch the Louis Vuitton Spring 2012 ready-to-wear fashion show footage from Style.com. Want more? Visit Style.com for more runway shows, fashion trends, shopping guides, and news about models and designers. Still haven’t subscribed to Style on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/styleyoutubesub CONNECT WITH STYLE Web: http://www.style.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/styledotcom
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Lorde always knew she wanted to be a solo artist, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t surprises in store for her about fame. In this special 73rd episode of 73 Questions, Lorde walks around New York Botanical Garden and talks about her childhood, her new album, and that secret beach she filmed the ‘Solar Power’
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Instagram; Courtesy of the brands; Coach: Juergen Teller Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. The slopes may have been the new runway this past winter, but for summer 2021, fashion’s eye is focused firmly on the court. This week, Lady Gaga volleyed in a Nike matching set,
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On this episode of “Notes on a Scene” Anthony Russo and Joe Russo, Infinity War’s directors, break down the scene where Thor meets the Guardians of the Galaxy. Still haven’t subscribed to Vanity Fair on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2z6Ya9M ABOUT VANITY FAIR Arts and entertainment, business and media, politics, and world affairs—Vanity Fair’s features and exclusive
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It’s not historically accurate; it’s very designed,” explained dress historian Bernadette Banner to her more than one million YouTube subscribers in a year-end video ranking 2020’s spate of costume dramas on their accuracy. Still, anachronisms like Queen Charlotte’s “random mid-eighteenth-century gown” in a sea of late-eighteenth century Empire numbers certainly didn’t stop some 82 million
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Photography by ImaxtreeLayered with basics or worn by itself, crochet is a definite summer favourite. By Ivy Tang Date July 28, 2021 Facebook Twitter When we think of crochet, we might think of our mom’s or grandma’s favourite pastime. But with granny chic and a ’70s vibe in the air the past few seasons, crochet
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Picture this: You’re flipping with your heels above your head, gravity fighting against you, trying not to break form. You’re twisting, too, all the while making sure you land right side up. That’s just what gymnasts do, and they do it oftentimes on command without blinking. Elite gymnasts specifically perform unthinkable skills that, with one
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David Dobrik, Kevin Hart, Jennifer Lawerence, Will Ferrell, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Pete Davidson, Machine Gun Kelly, Keke Palmer, Noah Centineo, Lana Condor, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Rashida Jones, Amy Poehler, the cast of Queer Eye, Colin Jost, Michael Che, Gaten Matarazzo, Dakota Johnson, Tracy Morgan, Taraji P. Henson and more take Vanity Fair’s infamous lie detector
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