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Azzedine Alaïa and Carla Sozzani, Paris 2014

 

R.I.P. Azzedine Alaïa, one of the last true master couturiers. He was a familiar sight during Paris couture week, when he walked into shows without any fanfare, almost always with his dear friend Carla Sozzani. One interesting thing to note about this photo – these were their outfits of choice for July. Mid-summer or not, black was always the order of the day.

    
 


Breakfast on the Run: Tina Kunakey Di Vita in NYC

 

Now that we’ll spend the next few months bundled in multiple layers, it’s time to rethink your sweater game. Colorful granny sweaters like this “Lifestyles of the Visionary” one on model and actress Tina Kunakey Di Vita, spotted grabbing a little breakfast on the streets of NY, are particularly on-trend.

    
 


Nighttime Beauty: Sara Sampaio at Glamour Women of the Year 2017

 

Sara Sampaio went for dramatic eyes and nude lips for the Glamour Women of the Year Awards last night, a great nighttime beauty look. Sequins were also a popular choice among the fashionistas on the red carpet.

    
 


Party Ready: Humberto Leon and Carol Lim at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards 2017

Designer duo Humberto Leon and Carol Lim arrived at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards last night, she in a welcome pop of yellow for the red carpet, and he in some pretty awesome leather pants.

    
 

Seeing Double: Erica Pelosini and J.J. Martin at Marni SS2018

Erica Pelosini and J.J. Martin wore matching prints from J.J.’s fashion line La Double J to the Marni show. The looks are part of a welcome trend to replicate vintage prints with modern materials, so there’s no more sweating away in thick polyester just so you can wear something cool and retro. For La Double J., Martin goes through troves of prints in an Italian archive, then licenses and reproduces them in Italy with eye-catching results.

    
 

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