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Kim Kardashian's Epic Fashion Evolution: See Her Style Transformation From 2006 to Today

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There’s almost something magical that happens when an already stylish star becomes even more fashion forward. Keeping up with Kim Kardashian‘s fashion is no easy feat, but witnessing the reality superstar’s style evolution is just as riveting as one would imagine. In fact, her countless iconic looks over the past two decades have earned her the Fashion Icon Award at the 2021 People’s Choice Awards.

Whether she’s rocking fancy florals, experimenting with edgy silhouettes or strutting her stuff in Balenciaga’s must-haves of the season, the SKIMS mogul and mother of four is not only on the pulse of fashion’s future, she’s moving the dial.

A fashion icon in our midst, Kim has consistently stepped up her style game year after year, giving us major wow-factor surprises on the red carpet every time she steps out. From early fashion fits to monumental Met Gala moments, see Kim’s style evolution over the years below.  

To prepare for this year’s People’s Choice Awards, airing live Tuesday, Dec. 7 at 9 p.m. on E! and NBC, we’re traveling back to 2006 where Kim’s red carpet takeover began.

We can’t wait to see what sultry look she rocks during this year’s PCAs ceremony.

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All the Details on The Bachelorette Season 18 Hometowns Fashion

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Things are getting serious on this week’s episode of The Bachelorette. Michelle Young met the families of her final four suiters, Nayte Olukoya, Joe Coleman, Brandon Jones, and Rodney Mathews. Michelle has made it clear that she’s looking for a husband and hopes to get engaged at the end of the season, but, unfortunately some of the family members have doubts about the relationships that are forming.

There was a lot of high stakes drama, making out, and of course, a lot of fashion moments. Michelle, Tayshia Adams, and Kaitlyn Bristowe have been blessing our televisions with some great looks. We pressed pause, took screenshots, and did the research to find the outfits from this week’s episode so you don’t have to. Keep on scrolling to see some rose-worthy styles from NordstromSaks Fifth Avenue, IntermixCettire, SSENSERevolve, Net-a-PorterSaks Fifth Avenue, Jonathan SimkhaiFWRDBloomingdales, Farfetch, Bloomingdale’s, Harvey Nichols, and Ramy Brook.

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The episode started out with some girl talk between Tayshia and Michelle, discussing the upcoming hometown dates. Tayshia wore a white tank top with a brown mini skirt for the pep talk. Michelle rocked a white mid-length dress.

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The Most Jaw-Dropping Black Friday 2021 Fashion Deals: Nordstrom, SKIMS, Madewell, Anthropologie & More

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It’s finally the best time time of the year. Yes, a lot of us have off from work, we get to spend time with loved ones, and there’s lots of good food, but we cannot forget about the shopping. Black Friday sales are the best deals of the year. Instead of getting stuck in long lines at a crowded mall, just shop from the comfort of your own home. If you’re looking to restock on some closet staples or if you’re revamping your wardrobe, we found some unbelievable fashion sales.

We found can’t-miss deals from Nordstrom, Good American, Madewell, BaubleBar, Gymshark, Carbon38, Girlfriend Collective, Coach Outlet, Away Luggage, J.Crew, Old Navy, and more of our favorite stores. That’s not all though. Make sure to bookmark this list because we aren’t done adding to this list. We will keep on updating this roundup with more great deals, so you won’t miss out on a thing.

8 Other Reasons: Save 40% on your purchase from 8 Other Reasons, no promo code needed (11/25-11/28); Save 50% sitewide (11/29-11/30).

Abercrombie: Save 30% sitewide at Abercrombie through 11/29.

Adidas: Save up to 50% sitewide at Adidas

Anthropologie: Take 30% off regular-priced items and an extra 30% off sale items at Anthropologie (11/24-11/28).

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All the Details on The Bachelorette Season 18 Episode 6 Fashion

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This week’s episode of The Bachelorette, centered around the pressure of getting to those highly-coveted hometown dates with Michelle Young. The guys got to meet Michelle’s fifth grade students. We finally saw the next Bachelor Clayton Echard get some screen time. Brandon Jones met Michelle’s parents… while he was making out with Michelle in their hot tub.

It’s really getting down to crunch time as we see stronger connections form each week. And, unfortunately for Michelle, that means her decisions will keep getting more difficult.

In addition to some tough breakups, Michelle also served up some great fashions (as per usual). Michelle, Tayshia Adams, and Kaitlyn Bristowe have been blessing our televisions with some fashionable looks every episode. We pressed pause, took screenshots, and did the research to find the outfits from this week’s episode so you don’t have to. Keep on scrolling to see some rose-worthy styles from Revolve, Neiman Marcus, A.L.C., Saks Fifth Avenue, Shopbop, Nordstrom Rack, Net-a-Porter, Amazon, CettireMytheresa, and Intermix.

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This episode was another week of dates in Michelle’s home state of Minnesota. She started the episode out wearing a cream, sleeveless hoodie for a catchup session with some of her students.

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All the Details on The Bachelorette Season 18 Episode 5 Fashion

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Last week’s episode of The Bachelorette ended on a dramatic note (as per usual). This week, Michelle Young brought the guys to her home state, Minnesota. She had a solo date with Joe Coleman, visiting some of her favorite places. She introduced Nayte Olukoya to two of her close friends on their boating date. The rest of the guys participated in Viking challenges at a football stadium for a group date.

Each week, we get to see more strong connections form as Michelle’s decisions get tougher to make. And, obviously, we cannot forget about the fashions. Michelle, Tayshia Adams, and Kaitlyn Bristowe have been blessing our televisions with some great looks. We pressed pause, took screenshots, and did the research to find the outfits from this week’s episode so you don’t have to.

Keep on scrolling to see some rose-worthy styles from Nordstrom, Orchard MileASOS, Yoox, Amazon, ZapposNet-a-Porter, MyTheresa, Saks Fifth Avenue, Intermix, Revolve, Farfetch, ShopbopLuisaViaRoma, Bloomingdale’s, and Moda Operandi.

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At the start of the episode, Michelle walked around her hometown in a casual outfit, rocking a pair of jeans with a black, wrap top. 

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CMA Awards 2021 Red Carpet Fashion: See Every Look as the Stars Arrive

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Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood and Kane Brown were just some of the many country music artists who attendance the 2021 CMA Awards from Nashville

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Dust off that cowboy hat and pick up those cowboy boots. There’s a party happening in Nashville.

In case you didn’t already guess, the 2021 CMA Awards were held on Nov. 10 and the biggest names in country music came together for a night of fashion, awards and more.

Broadcast live from the Bridgestone Arena, the telecast featured 20 unforgettable performances from artists like Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett and Miranda Lambert

As for nominees, Eric Church and Chris Stapleton led the way with five nominations each including Entertainer of the Year. Not to be outdone, Gabby Barrett earned an impressive four nods such as New Artist of the Year.

And it’s impossible not to mention Luke Bryan, who served as the evening’s host. Anything can happen when the American Idol judge is with his closest buddies. “This is a pinch me moment!” Luke previously shared on Instagram. “Don’t miss country music’s biggest night.”

Even if you missed the show, it’s not too late to talk about the red carpet fashion. From the denim jeans and designer gowns to flannel button-downs and sparkling dresses, there’s something for everyone’s taste if you keep on scrolling.

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From Drag Balls to Catwalks – The Fabulously Rich History of LGBTQ in Fashion

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Today we want to talk about the fabulously rich history of LGBTQ in fashion. We all see them now either on our television screens or on popular video platforms on the Internet. Represented by some of the biggest fashion industries in the world like Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Armani, and others, gay men and women are now seen as brilliant creators and innovators in the world of fashion.

But things weren’t exactly as fabulous and accepting back then. Over a hundred years ago, these wonderful people would be celebrating their wonderful creations in hiding, fearful over the fact that people misunderstand them. However, love conquers all; even the violent emotions of misinformation, hate, and prejudice are no match against the creativity and passion emanating from those fashion trendsetters.

Fashion and the LGBTQ Community – How it All Started

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There is a prevailing question among people who are curious about the LGBTQ’s standing with fashion. Why are there so many gay people who work in fashion? And is fashion always connected to being gay?

The answer to these two questions is quite unique. According to an interview done by Paul Hiebert to Valerie Steele, the co-curator of A Queer History of Fashion in 2017, it is revealed that “…gay people, in general, have been interested in using fashion and style as a way of fitting in and communicating with other LGBTQ people.” So basically, gay people use fashion as a way of signaling other gay people while mingling in a society that is full of prejudice and beset by homophobia.

But one may start thinking that in history, there are many ancient societies that allowed homosexuality as part of the norm. Take ancient Greece and Rome, for example. If one were to look at their art, their sculpture, and even in classic literature, homosexuality is often explored and accepted, at times. But if one were to take a closer look, there is still an emphasis on the strength of the ‘normal’ sexes over homosexuality. Both ancient Greece and Rome have certain rules over the love for the same sex, but there is no acknowledgment towards the “third sex”.

The only true time where gay people felt equal was when they were together with, of course, other gay men. In the 18th century, there are many cities in Europe that created small, but secret homosexual subcultures. In London, its homosexual subculture was built around public houses and inns where gay men congregated. Many of these gay men or “mollies” would wear gowns, petticoats, fine laced shoes, furbelowed scarves, and masks as a way to identify themselves to other gay men as a form of socialization or to find potential partners.

This type of crossdressing prevailed all the way till the nineteenth century. In the 1920s, the Harlem drag balls were built, giving gay men and lesbians a safe haven to crossdress. By the 1950s, the Arts Balls were established and it was a place where homosexuals could enjoy the opportunity to express themselves. These parties are not just for socializing, but as a means of entertainment as well for gay people.

Of Plucked Eyebrows and Rebellion

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In the past, there were countries that were not as accepting of cross-dressing gay men. For overt gay men, cross-dressing could be considered as going too far in expressing themselves. These gay men often resorted to wearing cosmetics to identify themselves with other gay men.

The cosmetics can range from plucked eyebrows, rouge eye makeup, and peroxide blond hair. These cross-dressing gay men who were makeup and plucked eyebrows who love performing in these secret drag balls were the first drag queens and their fashion sense would soon become a symbol of rebellion against a homophobic society.

In the late 19th/20th century, the male dress became the symbol of protest by lesbian women who were against the status of women and the role assigned to them by patriarchal societies. During this time period, lesbian women would wear men’s clothes in an attempt to pass off as one of them and be accepted.

In fact, famous gay people resorted to cross-dressing so that they can be treated seriously. Bisexual film stars Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich wore masculine clothes on and off-screen

Interestingly enough, gay men also started to swerve towards the path of open rebellion. Tired of being bullied in school and at the workplace, gay men are now looking for a way to be identified for their rebellion as well. Instead of wearing high heels, blond hair, and garish makeup, homosexual men started wearing the fashion of the older epitomes of masculinity, Suddenly, gay men began wearing lumberjack clothing, cowboy hats, and boots, leather jackets, and the construction worker’s denim pants.

This sudden fashion movement gave rise to a new style; the clones. This fashion style was all about showcasing the contours of the male masculine body; tight Levis jeans, work boots, plaid shirts, short haircuts, and mustaches.

The Menswear Revolution and Beyond

Before the “menswear revolution” of the 1960s, it was a rather unfair yet acceptable logic that men who are interested in fashion are to be considered homosexuals. When the 1960s came, it was suddenly cool for young men to be interested in fashion. All of a sudden, men cared about appearances. There was now a demand for actual masculine guys to look hip and cool with their leather jackets and denim jeans.

The great fashion change came further during the 1980s and 1990s. Fashion magazines were becoming popular, with new magazines popping out and catering to heterosexual men. However, if one were to look at these magazines, the influence of gay fashion can still be traced. Suddenly it is okay for men to wear lipstick during photo shoots and the need to wear perfume and stylish clothes is considered desirable not just by homosexuals only.

It was also during this time period that gay people became the driving force of some of the world’s biggest fashion industries. It was during this time that famous fashion figures such as Christian Dior, Cristobal Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Norman Hartnell, Halston, Rudi Gernreich, Gianni Versace, and Calvin Klein rose to prominence.

It was also in 1984 when famous fashion couple Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce launched fashion industry giant Dolce & Gabbana.

The Future of LGBTQ and Fashion

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Today, the LGBTQ is enjoying the freedom and respect that it truly deserves. More and more gay people are openly working not just in fashion companies, but in other industries as well. Anyone and everyone can now enjoy wearing and exploring their own fashion sense today thanks to the multitude of fashion companies that are still being influenced by creative fashion ideas.

This and other contributions made by popular gay people eventually gave homosexuals the freedom to marry each other. On April 1, 2001, Netherlands became the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage. It was followed suit by 29 other countries, including Italy, the country where most of the famous fashion brands are located.

In fact, when the same-sex marriage law was approved by the Italian Senate on February 25, 2016, Dolce & Gabbana immediately held a huge fashion event a few days later in celebration of the said momentous occasion.

Every year, fashion companies also celebrate together with the whole LGBTQ community every year with Pride Month. Since this year’s Pride Month was celebrated last June, here are some of the activities sponsored by today’s fashion giants:

●      Balenciaga launched its Pre-Fall 2021 Collection, with 15% of its sales going to The Trevor Project.

●      Dr. Jill Biden, First Lady of the United States, wore a Dolce & Gabbana patchwork dress from the Spring 2021 Collection while together with President Joe Biden on June 25. The President also gave a speech in support of LGBTQ and Pride Month. Apart from this, Dolce & Gabbana also showcased short videos that supported Pride Month, together with its Light Blue Story: Light Blue Forever perfume campaign. The videos were well received, with over 145,000 Likes and 2000 Comments.

●      Coach launched its “Pride is Where You Find It” campaign, spearheaded by a new episode of Coach Conversations fronted by Bob the Drag Queen and more.

●      Versace, together with Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation, released the Born This Way campaign. The campaign’s highlight was the replica jacket that the singer wore during her “Born This Way” Ball Tour.

So, what’s next?

While most of the world is already accepting of LGBTQs and their sense of fashion, there are still parts of the world where acceptance is still a far-off concept. Nevertheless, there is always hope, for as long as everyone treats each other with respect, rather than with hostility.

Fashion companies are still hoping that through their creation, everyone in the world will come to accept the concept of universal love. Where everyone can accept one another and love each other, no matter what preference they choose. With October as LGBT History Month, may we all share information and love, not lies and hate. Because this world is full of beauty and hope, whether we celebrate it inside and outside of ourselves.

Because in the end, we are all human beings. Despite our color, age, race, and preferences, we all look the same and feel the same.

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CMT Artists of the Year 2021 Red Carpet Fashion: See Every Look as the Stars Arrive

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Chris Stapleton, Mickey Guyton and Connie Britton were among those strutting their stuff for CMT’s Artists of the Year 2021 event. Check out the night’s most memorable fashion choices.

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Some of country music’s biggest names were in the house for CMT‘s Artists of the Year 2021 event.

On Wednesday, Oct. 13, industry superstars gathered to honor five standout performers—Chris Stapleton, Gabby Barrett, Kane Brown, Kelsea Ballerini and Luke Combs—with a live ceremony from the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, Tenn. The artists were honored with never-before-seen performances, pairings and special moments.

Additionally, Garth Brooks was on hand to present a special Artist of a Lifetime honor to Randy Travis. 

Hitting the red carpet for the festivities were a range of notable stars from sound and screen alike, including Mickey Guyton, Nashville alum Connie Britton and rapper Nelly. Additionally, Lady A performers Dave Haywood, Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley were in the building as well.

“We are honored to recognize these five incredible artists who have entertained and inspired millions through their music this past year,” CMT vice president of production Margaret Comeaux said previously in a statement. “We look forward to returning to the Schermerhorn with a live show as we celebrate the accomplishments of Chris, Kane, Kelsea, Gabby and Luke.”

Tonight’s event followed the 2021 CMT Awards, which were held in June. Among the songs honored that night included Kane’s “Worship You” for Male Video of the Year and Gabby’s “The Good Ones” for Female Video of the Year. 

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An Inside Peek at Hollywood Fashion with Celebrity Stylist Giulia Baggini

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If fashion is a story, then Giulia Baggini has always been eager to write the latest chapter. The Italian-born stylist and PR aficionado first caught the attention of the fashion world as a teen with her blog, simply titled “Giulia’s Fashion Blog.” She went on to launch another blog, “Les Milanesi,” which won acclaim from countless top tier publications. Eventually, she realized her dream of moving to Los Angeles and now lends her styling talent to dressing celebrity clientele.

Cliché: What is it about fashion that’s so appealing to you?

Giulia Baggini: I love fashion and I love clothes: I love how there’s a story about every piece, how there are so many different styles that can be put together in so many different ways. I love that fashion is creative and it gives you the chance to be a different character every day. One day I can dress up as a tomboy and the next one I can be inspired by the 70s! 

You gained initial recognition for your first blog, “Giulia’s Fashion Blog.” Did you expect it to garner so much attention?

I honestly did not! As I said I’ve always loved fashion, so for me it was fun and easy to share my looks, some of my styling tips, and review my favorite collections from fashion weeks… It was almost like a hobby! I was so happy to see that so many people appreciated my hard work! 

Tell us about your other blogging project, “Les Milanesi.”

‘Les Milanesi’ was a joint project that I started with one of my friends back then. It was very much fun because we were two creatives working on a project together and we always had so many ideas! One day it was ‘let’s film a video for this brand’, the other was like ‘let’s shoot some content for this beauty brand’ and we would have full on photoshoot to get the best content for all brands that partnered with us! Every day was different and we got to work with so many cool brands and bring lots of amazing ideas and concepts to life!


What was it like being featured in so many well-known magazines like Elle, Marie Claire, Grazia, and Vogue?

That has to be my favorite thing! Growing up I was obsessed with magazines, especially fashion magazines. Every month I would go to the stands and buy all the major magazines: Elle, Marie Claire, all editions of Vogue, Grazia… I used to collect them (and I still have them!!). I was truly a fan of printed magazines! So, to see myself in those same exact magazines a few years later was a dream come true!

Why did you decide to move to Los Angeles?

I’ve always felt more international than all my friends and I’ve always had this desire to explore the world, and when I got offered a job at CLD PR in LA I knew I had to move there. I’ve always loved this city so I’m so happy I get to live here now!

You’re lucky enough to have the opportunity to work with many celebrities and influencers. What’s your favorite project or event that you’ve worked on so far?

Every project is special to me. I worked on lots of events, and those have to be my favorite. Planning an event is hard work, and for the people attending, who just come and enjoy their time there, it might not seem like it, but it takes a lot of time and dedication to plan every single detail. It’s so nice and rewarding to see all your hard work come to life after so many months of planning! So, I would say that out of all the projects I’ve ever worked on, events are definitely my favorite!

When you dress celebrities for high profile events, what factors do you consider when styling them?

It’s all about the mood board, and what you envision for that look, but also what the client likes and would like to wear. It’s a collaboration with the client and the stylist, who mix their style and taste to create a unique look. It’s also important to understand what kind of event the client is attending. Some events are more casual than others. For example: The MTV VMAs are definitely more casual and chill than the Oscars, so I wouldn’t go for a big gown or something too pretentious!

It’s Fashion Week season! What are you looking forward to most?

I’m super excited to see what’s new this season! After a whole year of no fashion weeks and no in-person shows it’s nice to finally see brands putting up shows again. I’m definitely excited to see what Italian brands will bring on the catwalk: as I’m from Italy, I feel very attached to Italian fashion and Italian brands, so I’m looking forward to seeing big brands like Prada or Fendi and what their vision for Spring-Summer 22 is!

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Amazing Fashionable Holiday Gift Guide From Filienna

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Extraordinary holiday ornaments from Filienna to complete a festive and fashionable holiday look.

Festive holiday gatherings call for whimsical ornaments: but not just for the tree or the mantle. This holiday season, add a bit of warmth to cold-weather looks with the blush silver designs of Filienna. Made by women for women, the New York-based Filienna jewelry brand is known for whimsical, boho-chic designs that draw inspiration from the ancient world but with mix-and-matchable designs that are versatile and contemporary. 

Filienna also makes the perfect travel jewelry, ready to dress up or down for any occasion. Miami locals can find Filienna at Faena Bazaar in Miami’s design district, while West Hollywood shoppers will discover Filienna designs at GBK Brand Bar at Kimpton La Peer Hotel. Filienna is also available online at Filienna.com

About Filienna

The Latin word Filia means daughter; but to us, it means the daughter of Filigrana –an ancient, lost tradition of jewelry-making technique. The art of Filigrana weaves together lace-like metal threads into an intricate, swirling tapestry of jewelry.

Body art painting, most commonly known as Henna, was originated in Egyptian times as a form of art and expression.

By joining together the craft of filigree and theart of henna we introduce –Filienna. The birth of Filienna is a unique blend of craft and artistry, a complementary representation of our abilities and creativity. We are all unique, each possessing precious gifts to give to the universe and to ourselves.

It requires great strength to know our inner selves, to balance, find and embrace the inner freedom that stems from our mixed origins, and to share our deepest beauty with the world–our Filienna.

Be Free, Be You.

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Porsha Williams Keeps It Real With Her Amazon Fall Fashion Reviews

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We love shopping at Amazon, but sometimes there are just too many choices. How will we know which items are worth ordering? We all have that one friend who’s the expert on all things shopping, with reviews for all the latest products at the most popular stores. For us, that friend is Porsha Williams. Well, sort of. She’s that friend in our head, you know? Recently, Porsha went live on Amazon to share her honest reviews for Amazon fall fashion pieces, her sizing suggestions, and her styling tips to create on-trend outfits.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star declared, “I love Amazon. I’m an Amazon freak. So, I am here to basically show you what I do on Amazon, which is I look at all of the products, I go through the reviews for you, I buy them, I try them out, and then I let you know what I love. And, today we are going to talk about fall fashion. Yes, baby summer just came and went.” It sure did.

Thankfully, Porsha did all of the research for us. Instead of stressing over your fall wardrobe, just take these suggestions from Porsha. As she would say, they are “everything.” 

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“I wear Amazon dresses at all times. I mean, look at this. It’s everything. I love it. I love it.

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Gigi Hadid Captivates New York Fashion Week With First Runway Strut of the Season

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Gigi Hadid turned heads as usual while owning the runway at New York Fashion Week on Sept. 8. Check out her colorful ensemble, and see other standouts from this year’s notable shows.

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Somehow, it feels perfectly fitting for Gigi Hadid to help get New York Fashion Week started with a bang. 

The 26-year-old model hit the runway for the Proenza Schouler show as the festivities kicked off in New York City on Wednesday, Sept. 8. As seen in the below photo, Gigi wore a long-sleeved dress with a yellow and blue pattern that was connected to a black vest, and her natural beauty was clearly on display as well. 

Among those in the crowd to take in the brand’s spring/summer 2022 collection at the outdoor show were Emily Ratajkowski and Tommy Dorfman. Tommy posted a pic from the show to her Instagram Story in which the models were standing still with intense looks on their faces, and Tommy wrote, “choose your fighter.”

Gigi, who also shared footage from the show to her Instagram Story, definitely seemed excited leading up to the big moment. That morning, she had posted photos from one of her shoots and wrote in part for the caption, “fashion month begins.”

It’s no surprise that NYFW always boasts plenty of celebs, and this year has already been no exception. Indeed, Lori Harvey, Ciara and Amelia Hamlin were all in attendance at the Dundas x Revolve show on Wednesday. 

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Keep scrolling to see some of the most notable looks from NYFW thus far. 

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Proenza Schouler

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Proenza Schouler

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Proenza Schouler

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Proenza Schouler

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Proenza Schouler

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Dundas x Revolve

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Dundas x Revolve

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Dundas x Revolve

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Dundas x Revolve

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Dundas x Revolve

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Dundas x Revolve

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Duncan

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Duncan

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Duncan

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Duncan

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Duncan

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Stan

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Stan

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Stan

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ThreeASFOUR

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ThreeASFOUR

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Christian Siriano

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Christian Siriano

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Christian Siriano

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Christian Siriano

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Christian Siriano

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Christian Siriano

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Christian Siriano

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Christian Siriano

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