The aunt that we all wish we had, Celine Dion, has definitely gone through a metamorphosis. Today she spreads her wings and fly like the most fashionable butterfly in the room (sorry Mariah!), having more fun than ever, and looking unapologetically fabulous. Blessing us with looks after looks assuring us that she is a mothereffing fashion icon aside from being a musical diva. We all recognize Celine's powerful golden voice and many iconic tunes she has given us for decades.
She might have not posed for a men's magazine, nor was she a former couture supermodel, but the world is certainly paying attention to Brigitte Macron, the wife of the freshly elected French president Emmanuel Macron. What I meant by the 'world' is actually the fashion world. Yes. mainstream fashion publications like Harper's Bazaar and Vogue do pay attention to her style. British Vogue even went on into praising her for 'redefining first lady dressing'. Effectively, she has
Ah, ethnicity, how can you be so controversial? Recently, the world's most commercially known fashion magazine, Vogue, got into a hot water with various covers and editorials that are deemed as whitewashing and cultural appropriation. Is there a legit problem or are we (or them) really read too much into it? First, (well not REALLY the first time of this kind of controversy for Vogue, but whatever) was when Gigi Hadid was on the cover of Vogue Italia sporting a full blown can
From New York, London, Milan and Paris, show after show, we tend to see the person (or people) who would traditionally come out to the runway and bow to the audience, the creative directors. They receive praises and tons of What-The-Fucks based on the collection they present. But are they really the only one in charge of each collection? Well, not really. Designers and fashion houses tend to hire stylists who would work hand-in hand with the designers in the creative aspect o