I’m very much enjoying the ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History’ series, in which Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favourite looks. Here are three of mine:
Ali McGraw in 1969 sporting a patterned dress by designer Ossie Clark, and white go-go boots.
Demi Singleton in layers of striped ruffles. The tomato red booties are the perfect finishing touch.
Gwendoline Christie looking stunning in a black voluminous gown with intricate pleating.
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Runcarla says: “These hats take ‘dopamine dressing’ to another level!“
Ginger adds that it’s fun to see Mike Tindall, who is married to one of the Queen’s granddaughters, joining in in the fun.
Rachylou found this article about what would happen if fashion slowed down an interesting read.
Suntiger directs us to this article that shows how movie outfits are recycled too.
She was also happy to read that handheld fans are trending.
Nuancedream loves Hannah Einbinder as Ava Daniels on Hacks. She says: “Her red carpet style is on point with her tuxedo and suited looks. That ivory tuxedo…WOW!”
Sal thought this exhibition about mending sounds interesting.
She also directs us to this piece about problems with online returns.
How do you get dressed in the morning? Jaime is an adventurer with a big splash of dopamine.
Why are bathing suits so expensive? Roberta found the answers in this NYTimes article.
Mary Beth loved this video. Moschino: Beauty and the Beast meets 2001: A Space Odyssey.