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Chrissy Teigen Drops a New Capsule Collection for Revolve

There’s nothing stopping Chrissy Teigen from being all that. She’s known for her wit and penchant for calling out politicians on social media, she’s a mother of two, she’s also a chef with her own cookbook and Target collaboration, and now, Teigen has released yet another capsule collection for Revolve.

Chrissy Teigen x Revolve Logan Sweater, $168 at Revolve

Teigen’s first collection for Revolve featured sexy garments, like bralettes, deep V-neck jumpsuits, lacy dresses and bodysuits. Her second collection, available now, includes holiday-worthy jackets, dresses, sweaters and more, mostly in red, black and winter white.

Chrissy Teigen x Revolve Cameron Jumpsuit

Chrissy Teigen x Revolve Cameron Jumpsuit, $238 at Revolve

“This collection was mostly inspired by working women who are always on the go and want to use all the pieces in their closet,” Teigen told Bustle. “I really wanted easy, chic pieces that you can effortlessly throw on. I live in LA, but love the vibe and feel of NY fashion — [I] feel like it’s timeless and just works on all coasts. I wanted to embody that easy, careless vibe without feeling like you have to try so hard! I want [moms] to not have to sacrifice their personal style just because they have less time to get ready or to buy clothes.” That’s why it was a priority of hers to “make a collection that’s easy to just throw on and easy to mix and match.”

Shop Chrissy Teigen x Revolve now at Revolve.com.

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Halima Aden Outshines Florence Welch and Yara Shahidi on UK ELLE’s November Covers

For over a year now, editor-in-chief Anne-Marie Curtis has been doing her best to overhaul ELLE UK, giving us a (sometimes questionable) redesign and some superb covers featuring Rihanna, Daisy Ridley and Winne Harlow along the way. You might remember last year’s series of “Wonder Women” covers starring Ashley Graham, Susan Sarandon, Alek Wek and Beth Ditto…while this year goes to Halima Aden, Florence Welch and Yara Shahidi, each shot by different photographers for a trio of November 2018 covers for us to choose from.

UK Elle November 2018 : The 'Wonder Women' Issue

IMAGE: ELLEUK.COM

As per usual with multi-covers, there’s always one that stands out from the rest, and our forum members didn’t waste any time choosing their favorites. “Well gotta say that Halima cover is just gorgeous, easily the best one posted so far, and her best cover ever!” said Miss Dalloway.

“Wow definitely Halima’s best cover I’ve ever seen. It’s nice to see this gorgeous photo of her embracing her diversity but not making it the main focal point of the photo. She’s beautiful! Love it,” added RMDV.

“Halima’s cover all the way for me,” agreed 333101. (more…)

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Opening Ceremony Wants to Change the World With This Cotton T-shirt

There is nothing spectacular about a white cotton T-shirt. However, when printed with slogans or images, it’s a powerful means of expression. Capitalizing on this concept, Opening Ceremony and partner Cotton, Inc.are out to prove a T-shirt can change the world with its new The Most Powerful Tee. The unisex tee is customizable with a blank square printed in front and a fabric marker is included for the wearer to write their own message.

The vision of the collaboration is for wearers to have the freedom to express themselves by writing slogans or phrases they feel strongly about within the box. The T-shirt, then, is not just a collaboration between two companies but includes the wearer, as every tee becomes unique and personal.

Photo: Courtesy of Opening Ceremony

The Most Powerful Tee is available at Opening Ceremony for $85.

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Chrissy Metz, Susan Kelechi Watson and Mandy Moore Are Glamour’s November Cover Girls

After months of complaints from our forums, it appears Glamour is finally diluting its disastrous redesign, unveiled by editor-in-chief Samantha Barry back in April with the Melissa McCarthy cover. Since then, covers featuring the likes of Anne Hathaway, Kate McKinnon and Tiffany Haddish have fallen flat, until the Issa Rae cover last month started to show some slight signs of improvement. For November 2018, Glamour makes way for “This Is Us” stars Chrissy Metz, Susan Kelechi Watson and Mandy Moore for “The Future Issue,” shot by photographer Victor Demarchelier and styled by Alison Edmond.

US Glamour November 2018 : Chrissy Metz, Mandy Moore & Susan Kelechi Watson by Victor Demarchelier

IMAGE: GLAMOUR.COM

Unlike last month, this cover did not appeal to our forum members. “The future looks bland,” slammed GERGIN upon checking out the cover.

“Very bland,” chimed in jal718.

“These days, this magazine just ticks as many boxes as possible, and then considers the job done,” tigerrouge added.

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Kaia Gerber and Off-White Are Nominated for the 2018 Fashion Awards

Kaia Gerber walks the Alberta Ferretti Fall 2018 show

Kaia Gerber walks the Alberta Ferretti Fall 2018 show; Image: Imaxtree

The Fashion Awards (previously known as the British Fashion Awards) in partnership with jewelry company Swarovski is heading into its 29th year on December 10, 2018. The award ceremony celebrates designers and retail businesses who have been shaping the fashion industry in the past year in 10 different categories. The ceremony also doubles as a fundraiser for the charities of the British Fashion Council.

The nominees in the 10 categories are:

British Designer of the Year Menswear

Craig Green for Craig Green

Jonathan Anderson for JW Anderson

Kim Jones for Dior Homme

Martine Rose for Martine Rose

Riccardo Tisci for Burberry

British Designer of the Year Womenswear

Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy

Jonathan Anderson for JW Anderson

Roksanda Ilinčić for Roksanda

Simone Rocha for Simone Rocha

Victoria Beckham for Victoria Beckham

British Emerging Talent Menswear

Ben Cottrell and Matthew Dainty for Cottweiler

Eden Loweth & Tom Barratt for Art School

Kiko Kostadinov for Kiko Kostadinov

Phoebe English for Phoebe English

Samuel Ross for A-Cold-Wall*

British Emerging Talent Womenswear

Matty Bovan for Matty Bovan

Natalia Alaverdian for A.W.A.K.E.

Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

Richard Quinn for Richard Quinn

Sofia Prantera and Fergus Purcell for Aries

Business Leader

Jonathan Akeroyd for Versace

José Neves for Farfetch

Marco Bizzarri for Gucci

Marco Gobbetti for Burberry

Michael Burke for Louis Vuitton

Models at Off-White Spring 2019.

Models at Off-White Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Brand of the Year

Balenciaga

Burberry

Gucci

Off-White

Prada

Model of the Year

Adut Akech

Adwoa Aboah

Bella Hadid

Kaia Gerber

Winnie Harlow

Urban Luxe

Alyx

Palace

Marine Serre

Off-White

Supreme

Accessories Designer of the Year

Alessandro Michele for Gucci

Demna Gvasalia for Balenciaga

Jonathan Anderson for Loewe

Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior

Miuccia Prada for Prada

Gucci Spring 2019

Gucci Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Designer of the Year

Alessandro Michele for Gucci

Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy

Kim Jones for Dior Homme

Pierpaolo Piccioli for Valentino

Virgil Abloh for Louis Vuitton

See the winners of last year’s awards here and check out the best of the 2017 Fashion Awards red carpet below:

 

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Kylie Jenner Is Being Sued Over Her “Born to Sparkle” Eyeshadow

Image: Born to Sparkle Eyeshadow by Kylie Jenner

This isn’t the first time makeup mogul and television personality Kylie Jenner has been faced with accusations and lawsuits regarding copyright or trademark infringements (see a full accounting here). This time, Jenner is being accused of stealing indie company Sheree Cosmetics’ slogan, “Born to Sparkle,” to name one of her liquid eyeshadow products and for copying the brand’s packaging.

According to The Fashion Law, the Sheree Born to Sparkle palette has been available since October 2017 and in August 2018, the brand filed a still-pending application to federally register the mark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Sheree stated that using the exact same tagline will likely confuse consumers and cause them “to believe they are buying the genuine, original BORN TO SPARKLE cosmetics from [Sheree Cosmetics].”

Image: Sheree Cosmetics

Sheree Cosmetics filed the lawsuit in federal court on October 22. There has been no comment made by Jenner or Kylie Cosmetics.

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