Versace promises a return to glamour in its autumn collection

<span>Photograph: Versace/Reuters</span>

Photograph: Versace/Reuters

In recent years, Versace have owned the “you had to be there” fashion show. See a surprise appearance by Jennifer Lopez in 2019, and a surfeit of original supermodels in 2017. But, in the midst of a pandemic, even Donatella Versace – that icon of party-ready glamour – has had to settle for an at-home audience, possibly in sweatpants, and a digital show.

The brand’s autumn collection was shown as part of a digital Milan Fashion Week, via a film starring Bella and Gigi Hadid and Irina Shayk. It featured shiny minidresses, crop tops and va-va-voom LBDs for women, and flowing silk shorts and shiny vinyl textures for men. Also included were a new print and a version of the Medusa logo with a smiley face, which the press release called “a symbol of celebration, freedom and dancefloor communities”. Versace’s collection is ready when – and if –

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Top 5 Earrings that Look Good With Your Office Dress

A pair of earrings is one of the best types of accessories that can complement your outfit regardless of the occasion that you are attending. Earrings also work best with your daily attire, particularly if you are going to the office. This article lists down some of the best types of earrings that will surely look good with your office dress.

Statement Earrings

Yes, you can wear statement earrings at work to complement your office dress. The key is in choosing the pair of statement earrings to wear and one that works best for office attire is a pair of tassel earrings. The pair of tassel earrings Australia based jewellers recommend for the office is one that has a dainty design or those that are made from metal to complement your office attire best. Apart from this, you should also consider the length of the tassel earrings that you go … Read More

The chameleon-like supermodel who captivated the world

&lt;p&gt;At Paris Fashion Week in 2019&lt;/p&gt; (Getty)

At Paris Fashion Week in 2019


Stella Tennant rose to fame in the Nineties as one of the first supermodels, those icons of the fashion world who graced countless runways and magazine covers.

Tennant, who has died aged 50, was always quite distinct from her peers, with her androgynous looks and a chameleon-like ability to change appearance and personality for every shoot. Such was her adaptability that she seemed equally at ease in a country outfit or in punky grunge-style garb.

She was born in 1970 into an aristocratic family. Her mother, Lady Emma Tennant, is the daughter of the 11th Duke of Devonshire and her father, the Hon Tobias Tennant, is the son of the 2nd Baron Glenconner. She was also the maternal granddaughter of the Hon Deborah Mitford, one of the celebrated Mitford sisters.

Tennant grew up on a farm in the Scottish Borders and

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Kate Moss and Daughter Lila Make Jaws Drop as They Walk Their First Runway Together

A dynamic duo indeed!

There’s no denying Kate Moss is a force to be reckoned with on the catwalk—she’s reached legendary status for a reason. However, it looks like she just met her match because she and her 18-year-old daughter Lila Moss stole the show at the Fendi presentation during Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris.

The mother-daughter duo traipsed down the runway together wearing one-of-a-kind designs on Wednesday, Jan. 27.

For her lewk, Kate donned was a metallic teal gown, which featured jewel embellishments and delicate draping that created a rose in the center. The ethereal creation complemented the vibe of her beauty, in which she wore barely-there makeup and rocked a wet hairstyle.

Lila looked just as chic and effortless as her mother. However, her design was bit more risqué considering she was dressed in a peek-a-boo, pearl-beaded gown that included a dramatic, floor-length cape. The

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How will women look post-pandemic?

Women look a bit different than when the pandemic began.

Loungewear for skirts, slippers for heels, bare faces for painted ones. Some of us are hairier, too. 

Andrea DeWerd, 33, of Brooklyn, New York, works in book publishing and says “I’m never wearing makeup or blow drying my hair for work again.” Julia Liss, 27, a technology sales executive in New York City, vows she’s “done wearing heels.” Marie Garmon, 41, in balmy Jacksonville, Florida, said, “I went from shaving my legs every few days … to not shaving at all since April.”

USA TODAY heard from dozens of women who shared that despite the pandemic’s lockdowns, social restrictions, and mask mandates, the relaxed beauty standards that have accompanied their retreat from public life have been “liberating.” 

“If there’s one thing good that came from this COVID mess, it’s that I was able to find myself,” Garmon said. “To hell

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Cicely Tyson Gave Fashion Six Decades of Glamour

It’s hard to understate Cicely Tyson’s influence on fashion. Yesterday the cinema legend’s death at the age of 96 sent shockwaves through the entertainment industry, leading several generations of talent to pay their respects. Michelle Obama, Zendaya, Yara Shahidi, Mariah Carey, Oprah, and Tyler Perry were just a few of the luminaries who celebrated Tyson’s legacy. As the first Black woman to play the leading role in a television drama and receive an honorary Oscar, she opened countless doors for Hollywood peers, but her presence loomed as large within the world of style. Scouted on Manhattan’s streets at the age of 30, Tyson’s journey to the big screen began with a stint as a model. In 1955 she quit her secretarial job at the Red Cross to attend Barbara Mae Watson’s modeling school, the first in the nation for African-Americans. In under a year, Tyson became one

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