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A Global Celebration of Fashion’s Artistic Spirit
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There’s no denying that 2020 was one of the most challenging years in living memory, but it was also a period of burgeoning creativity. In the fashion industry alone, designers rallied together to create masks and PPE for doctors and nurses; they innovated alternative ways of producing and presenting their collections, reimagining the traditional fashion show format—largely unchanged for more than a century—through digital, AR, film, and Zoom. In the midst of the crisis came a swell of togetherness alongside the willingness to disrupt and question the way things have always been, with a sense of awakening spreading far beyond fashion to include politics, science, pop culture—everything.

Historically speaking, times of hardship often give way to a renaissance of sorts as people seek out new solutions to both the new and pre-existing challenges we face. For our March issues of Vogue, we decided to unite and explore this notion,

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An oral history of Kim Jones, fashion’s hardest-working creative director
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Is there a fashion designer in the world right now as busy as Kim Jones? Today, the British creative director of Dior Men is presenting his debut womenswear couture collection for Fendi, following in the footsteps of the late Karl Lagerfeld, who held the throne at the Roman house for 54 years. Kim couldn’t be a more perfect heir. Karl, of course, was an unwavering creative juggernaut who effortlessly balanced multiple creative directorships. Kim isn’t afraid of challenges, either. Where others might slow down, or enjoy the comfort of their success, at 41, Kim is ready to step into the unknown, always willing to collaborate and shake up the system. “I feel like he is only just hitting his stride, there’s so much more to come,” says Kate Moss, Kim’s BFF and his first Fendi model.

Kim’s career has been something of a fairy-tale, albeit one filled

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Fashion’s Butter Yellow Trend Will Make You Feel Like You’re Wearing a Warm Hug
Fashion’s Butter Yellow Trend Will Make You Feel Like You’re Wearing a Warm Hug
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Photo credit: Victor VIRGILE - Getty Images
Photo credit: Victor VIRGILE – Getty Images

From Cosmopolitan

Confession: I’ve become obsessed with the subtle beauty of pale, pastel yellow that’s been named after one of my favorite food ingredients. Yes, don’t judge me, but I’m equally obsessed with literal butter as I am with butter yellow the color.

All of the reasons I love that melty goodness on a slice of bread are the same reasons I love the shade. It’s as comforting as a hug, warm as sunshine on a cloudy day, and, of course, it looks—and, well, tastes—amazing. By the way, Bottega Veneta, Marc Jacobs, and Miu Miu seem to agree with me. They included tons of butter yellow wigs singapore outfits on the runway, which obviously just makes my heart feel all happy inside.

Street style stars have gone all in on the pastel color too. As they demonstrate in the gallery below, the pale

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Fashion’s Big Lifestyle Push
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LONDON — Fashion has always flirted with homeware, but COVID-19, an accelerator for many industry trends, has pushed the category to new heights.

Lockdown has forced some fashion diehards to swap their outfit-of-the-day photos for interior-of-the-day ones, filling their homes with fantastical tablescapes, Gucci pillows and Anissa Kermiche’s tongue-in-cheek Body Language vases.

“People used to only think about how to dress to impress, but they now need to dress their homes, which became accessible to many more virtual eyes. That has undeniably helped [build]our brand awareness on Instagram: Everyone was posting their favorite item and a community was born, without the need to run a marketing campaign,” said Anissa Kermiche, whose ceramics, shaped to resemble women’s body parts. have become one of Instagram’s latest sensations.

According to Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays, the former creative director of Dior Maison and cofounder of luxury design platform The

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