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Zac Efron’s ‘Down to Earth’ Style is Both Sustainable and Affordable

Photo credit: RVCA; Netflix
Photo credit: RVCA; Netflix

From Men’s Health

Zac Efron’s new show Down to Earth recently dropped on Netflix, and let’s be honest—the actor’s new “dad bod” look is gaining a lot of social traction. While the show does focus on healthy, sustainable living, it seems like fans also caught on to Efron’s love for a brand that has similar, if not the same home roots.

We get it—the actor is a California boy at heart. And RVCA (pronounced REW-KA), the brand he is seen sporting throughout the eight-episode series, made its home in the same state. The brand takes inspiration from different subcultures (such as surfing, skateboarding and jiu-jitsu, to name a few), making it the perfect garb for Efron as he travels the world to learn about subcultures trying to make the world better. According to the brand’s website, they’re all about redefining actually art

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Jennifer Aniston’s Peak ’90s Floral-Print Satin Dress

Accompanied by a flawless blowout of course.

Jennifer Aniston at an event in 1997.
Jennifer Aniston at an event in 1997.

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

Aside from being an early advocate of freeing the nipple, Jennifer Aniston isn’t known for pushing style boundaries or making groundbreaking fashion choices. Her ’90s/noughties hairstyles are far more iconic and memorable than her outfits from that era, but there is one ensemble from the height of her “Friends” fame that stands out: a satin floral maxi that she wore to an event in 1997. 

The dress looks plucked from a Brock Collection show— one of those figure-hugging, floral-print silk ones that later makes its way to a chic Hamptons wedding.

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Buyers Weigh In on Paris Men’s Virtual Fashion Week

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PARIS — The biggest winner of the virtual fashion week, it seems, was the real-life fashion show. 

A handful of buyers weighed in on the virtual presentations, which were broadly appreciated — varied and lively as they were — but many opined that nothing beats being in the same room.

Loewe stood out as a favorite of buyers, both for the collection and presentation, bridging the physical-digital divide with an interactive box of goodies that included fabric swatches and pop-out glasses stamped in cardboard. Casablanca caught attention, too, for a snazzy video presentation that swept the viewer off to a tropical paradise, where men in silky white shirts grooved to jazzy music before taking off in a bright red vintage sports car.

Dior men’s figured high on the list book profits of buyer favorites, too, with particular praise for the collaboration with artist

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Hood by Air Returns to Fashion Scene With Shayne Oliver Leading the Way

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After taking a three-year hiatus, Shayne Oliver is reintroducing Hood by Air and once again aims to be more than a fashion label.

Launched 13 years ago, the streetwear brand and collective went on pause a few years ago. Oliver had started making T-shirts in his Brooklyn apartment in 2007. The following year he took a break from the brand and reintroduced It 2012 as a lifestyle collection. Oliver’s subversive runway shows and fluid fashion helped to usher in the luxury streetwear category that has become a fashion mainstay.

Having rolled out a series of side projects and initiatives, the founder said in a press release that he is reintroducing HBA because “even now gentrification leaves no physical spaces for new, influential ideas to exist or reside. So Hood by Air will be a place for these for these ideas to have a

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Deals on Dorm Essentials, Campus Style & More

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Back to School may look a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to stock up. Your dorm room may be your current bedroom, and your classes may all take place in your kitchen, but you’re still going to need supplies, maybe a little decor refresh, and definitely some new clothes so you look tip top when you’re addressing your prof (even if it’s just on Zoom).

Below, we’ve rounded up some of the best back to college deals happening now. Shop away, stock up, and get ready for a whole new school year!

Best Back to School Sales 2020

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4 Style Mistakes a Chic 64-Year-Old Is Vowing Not to Repeat

Susan Feldman is the founder of One King’s Lane and In the Groove, a style destination where she shares her age-defying outfits and shopping tips. Feldman is also our resident style expert here at Who What Wear and she’s shared everything from the basics she packs for every trip to the items you’ll always find in her H&M shopping cart. Today, we’ve tapped her to discuss the style mistakes she’s leaving in the past and what she’s learned from each.

I’m the kind of person who believes style can be acquired. It’s taken time for my personal style to evolve to a place where I have a very clear sense of what works for me, and more importantly, what doesn’t. I know what makes me feel good, inside and out. Today, I’d describe my style as “classic with a twist.” No need for me to go chasing after

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