May 14, 2021


Pyer Moss to Present Collection During Haute Couture Fashion Week

Kerby Jean-Raymond attends the Christopher John Rogers front row during New York Fashion Week

Kerby Jean-Raymond is going to Paris. 

Pyer Moss will present a collection during Haute Couture Fashion Week as a guest member this summer, the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode announced this week. (Every season, the organization invites fashion brands that don’t have the official haute couture qualification to present on its official schedule. In the past, those have included Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, Vetements, J.Mendel, AZ Factory.) Other guest members on the Fall 2021 lineup are: Aelis, Aganovich, Azzaro, Christophe Josse, Georges Hobeika, Imane Ayissi, Julie De Libran, Rahul

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Vintage Inspired Jewelry Pieces to Add to Your Collection

Dilemma! Antique jewelry is wonderful, but with this dream comes responsibilities—caring for old things can be daunting. Why not set your sights on vintage-inspired jewelry instead? Vintage-esque jewelry, freshly hatched and brand new, is meant to be thrown on and enjoyed—no loose stones to worry about, no fear that washing your hands will ruin a decoration applied 100 years ago, no wondering if what you bought is really what the dealer—he or she seemed so nice, but still…—swore it was.

Don’t think of these vintage-inspired pieces as mere replicas because they are emphatically not—they are fantasias, brilliant interpretations, spun with

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Bea Bongiasca’s Whimsical Jewelry Collection Is Needed Now More Than Ever

Dua Lipa is the sartorial gift that keeps on giving. Her hypnotic, dance-friendly hits are only part of the reason why fans flock to her high-voltage style filled with nostalgic wardrobe staples and early aughts-approved accessories. But a deep dive into what makes her energetic fashion sense sing wouldn’t be complete without a look at one of Dua Lipa’s favorite labels, created by 30-year-old, Italian-based jewelry designer Bea Bongiasca.

Bongiasca’s natural fit among the pop princess’ fun-loving wardrobe of vibrant prints and cropped basics comes as no accident. Her whimsical creations are filled with pop culture influences, seen in

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Watch Lindsey Vonn Ski Through Thom Browne’s Fall 2021 Collection In a Paris Fashion Week Film


These Fashion Month Trends Are The Perfect Mix Of Comfort & High Fashion

Though almost nothing about Fashion Month looks like it did pre-COVID, one thing has remained constant about the biannual event: the arrival of new fashion trends. There are almost no in-person shows, and many presentations were taped long before official calendars commenced, and yet, just as they did a year ago — before the pandemic firmly took hold — this season’s collections were full of pieces for us to covet and copy come fall ‘21. According to some designers, autumn’s fashion landscape will remain steadfast in

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Missoma Launches Its First Fine Jewelry Collection

Counting fans in Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, and a few hundred thousand people on Instagram, Missoma’s appeal is hard to deny. The British jewelry brand is loved for making trend-forward, affordable pieces—and its empire’s reach is steadily growing. (November 2020, for instance, saw the brand introduce men’s chains that Connell Waldron would undoubtedly approve of.)

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex wears Missoma’s open heart signet ring on a trip to Sussex. March 3, 2018.

Getty/Samir Hussein

Now, for the first time in Missoma’s 13-year history, the brand is tapping into fine jewelry. Called Missoma Fine, the brand’s foray into 14ct

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Fashion designer launches jewelry collection for hearing aids and cochlear implants after losing her own hearing

Deafmetal has launched a jewelry collection designed to be worn by people who use hearing aids or cochlear implants. (Photo: Deafmetal/Jolene Broad Photography)

Deafmetal has launched a jewelry collection designed to be worn by people who use hearing aids or cochlear implants. (Photo: Deafmetal/Jolene Broad Photography)

An audiologist and a fashion designer with hearing loss have teamed up to create a jewelry line specifically for people who want to add a little sparkle to their hearing aids and cochlear implants.

Deafmetal, which launched in the U.S. earlier in the week, began with an innovation by Finnish fashion designer Jenni Ahtiainen. After losing her hearing in 2018, Ahtiainen was challenged with finding a way to make the hearing aids she now requires more

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