The foundation of every selection, ranking and reason for a sneaker making the cut can be traced back to one metric alone: the hype.
We went to the experts who are constantly sourcing online for vintage treasures for expert and, most importantly, *proven* tips.
The fact that a look could be deemed "trendy" on a Kardashian but "ghetto," "unprofessional," or "inappropriate" on a Black woman is where the problem lies.
The allegations go back to 1982. (via The Business of Fashion)
We've gathered a list of social media pros who are quickly becoming big names in the fashion and beauty worlds.
With us facing a sparkly fresh year, we're hopeful that 2018 will provide a whole new slew of inspiring (and diverse) cover stars and bold art direction.
This sweater is one of those "goes-with-everything" options.
Abercrombie & Fitch's decision to remove gender labels on its moose-embroidered apparel was inspired by customer feedback.
We'd guess that even aughts Ugg enthusiasts like Paris Hilton and Britney Spears would shudder at the mere thought of wearing these.
Celebrities were just hanging out, drinking, mingling with their friends (other celebrities) and taking in the mini-music festival Stella McCartney had set up.
"Nous will be from the same stock, but the next generation."
Weber has once again denied these allegations.
Glossier Solution claims to exfoliate, clear acne, minimize pores and even tone and texture.
Do you find yourself raging about packing peanuts, or do you love a dramatic unboxing moment? We want to hear from you!
He joined Teen Vogue in 2015.
There are more promising brands coming out of LA than ever, many of them blurring the line between streetwear and high-fashion.
Shoppers will be able to bid on a piece of red carpet history.
Jones is widely credited with making Louis Vuitton one of the top menswear brands in the world.
ALEXANDER WANG will follow the pre-collection schedule, showcasing new collections in June and December moving forward.
Berets may be having a moment right now, but beanies are still a classic cold-weather stand by.
2017 has seen the arrival of some of the biggest innovations, surprising (in a good way) trends, and #woke brands in beauty.
The never-ending game of designer musical chairs has hit Louis Vuitton.
This year was a challenging one for the publishing world, but with imagery this strong and new talents on the rise, we're hopeful for better days ahead.
We're hoping that 2018 is better — or at least, that these designers, models and brands stop repeating the mistakes that get them into hot water.
When done right, ad campaigns can provide consumers and followers with months of inspirational content.
Logo-heavy designer socks are an easy way for customers to buy into their favorite labels without the daunting financial commitment.
The images were shot by Creative Director Olivier Rousteing himself.
Tracee Ellis Ross, Kerry Washington and Yara Shahidi made it one of the chicest events of awards season so far.
The Spring 2018 runway trend is already catching on with this season's showgoers.
Although it was the brand that sent Kendall Jenner down the runway in a mass of animal fur, Twitter users attacked the model for setting a poor example.
Congrats, Kanye and Kim Kardashian West!
These are the ideas, tech and trends that are shaking up the cosmetics business now.
The Milan-based company has surpassed a series of milestones that just about any retailer would deem impressive.
Kaia Gerber's capsule with KARL LAGERFELD will mix LA cool with Parisian chic.
With Gianni Versace and his sister Donatella being the anchor of the show, fashion — bold, iconic, famously flashy fashion — plays an integral part in the series.
These seemingly insignificant purchases went a long way in helping us feel a little bit better about the world around us.
"But it's not all violence, and unfortunately, that's all that gets in the news, you know?"
Celebrities and their stylists certainly rose to the challenge, coming up with an array of inspired, impactful looks, even without color.
Hairstylists got accessory-happy with velvet ribbons and sparkly star clips.
Alpine Butterfly's designer dedicated herself to learning everything she could about the plus industry — especially about getting the fit correct.
From Millie Bobby Brown's braided updo to Viola Davis' voluminous Afro.
To say designers and stylists do not deserve credit for their hard work, and an outright refusal to give it to them on principle, missed the point of the evening's protests completely.
Real life accessorizing tip: Green looks good with black.
There are more than a handful of tastemakers sporting D'Lites and actually making them work.
While plenty of other concealers melt, crease or simply disappear throughout the day, this one, plain and simple, does not.
"Working with Céline has been an exceptional experience for me these last 10 years," Philo said.
Some didn't change from their red carpet wares, while others traded their gowns for looks a bit less gussied up.
With competition from e-commerce, the in-store experience has to feel much more personalized these days.
The appeal to consumers is clear: buy now or forever miss out on either owning something few others have.
Prepare to be well on your way to a chiller, happier and thoroughly more pleasant 2018.