Emily Ratajkowski’s First Maternity Look Involves a Cut-Out and Midriff

Photo: SplashNews Emily Ratajkowski is already the queen of the grand baby bump reveal. Yesterday, the same day that she announced that she was pregnant on a Vogue digital cover, the glowing mom-to-be stepped out in a curve-skimming dress by Aya Muse. And it’s clear that EmRata will not be abandoning her signature style, as … Read more Emily Ratajkowski’s First Maternity Look Involves a Cut-Out and Midriff

Twitter Had Plenty of Thoughts About Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court Confirmation

Amy Coney Barrett was officially sworn in as a Supreme Court justice on Monday, just over a week before Election Day, officially creating a 6-3 conservative majority on the court that will be in place long after the results of the 2020 election are decided. The mood may have been light at Barrett’s confirmation ceremony … Read more Twitter Had Plenty of Thoughts About Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court Confirmation

Cynthia Erivo, Bella Hadid, and More to Join Vogue’s Virtual Forces of Fashion Summit

On the heels of yesterday’s announcement that Sarah Jessica Parker and Christopher John Rogers will be sitting down together for this year’s first-ever virtual Vogue Forces of Fashion summit on November 16 and 17, more major names have been added to the roster. Tony and Grammy award-winning actor Cynthia Erivo will join designer Craig Green … Read more Cynthia Erivo, Bella Hadid, and More to Join Vogue’s Virtual Forces of Fashion Summit

Berluti Spring 2021 Menswear Collection

Kris Van Assche first reached out to Brian Rochefort to collaborate on Berluti Spring Summer 2021 straight after the last show in January. The results are creatively serendipitous because – even via a grainy Zoom – the primevally violent patterns of Rochefort’s roiling, volcanically-inspired ceramics appear highly appropriate for the churning uncertainty of now. Over … Read more Berluti Spring 2021 Menswear Collection

SZA Used H&M’s New Looop Machine to Upcycle Her Mom’s Favorite Skirt From the ’90s

SZA remembers seeing photos of her mom on an Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority cruise in 1991. In one of the Polaroids, the musician’s mother is wearing a tie-dye knit pencil skirt that SZA says always gave her “summer semiformal vibes.” The musician, who released a new song and video titled “Hit Different” in early September, … Read more SZA Used H&M’s New Looop Machine to Upcycle Her Mom’s Favorite Skirt From the ’90s

Architect Julia Watson On How Indigenous Architecture Can Change the Way We Live on Earth

We’re beginning to understand a great irony of climate change: that the people most affected by it often did the least to cause it. What’s less discussed is that many of those people also have the technology, philosophy, and knowledge that could have prevented the rising temperatures, the uncontrollable wildfires, and the dying coral reefs … Read more Architect Julia Watson On How Indigenous Architecture Can Change the Way We Live on Earth

This Design Collective Is Helping Fashion Embrace Regenerative Agriculture

Everyone’s talking about regenerative agriculture. Brands large and small—from Allbirds and Patagonia to Maggie Marilyn and Richard Malone—are partnering with regenerative cotton farms and peppering words like “soil health” and “carbon sequestration” into fashion week chats. Even Gucci’s CEO Marco Bizzarri mentioned regenerative agriculture in his Copenhagen Fashion Summit keynote, citing it as a priority … Read more This Design Collective Is Helping Fashion Embrace Regenerative Agriculture

Meet Kristal Hansley, the Solar Industry’s First Black Woman CEO

Kristal Hansley grew up surrounded by community. After school and in between piano lessons, Hansley would tag along with her grandmother, Avellar, to all types of neighborhood meetings in Bushwick, New York, where they lived. “I hated it at first,” says Hansley, 31, “but then it was already entrenched in my life.” Avellar was a … Read more Meet Kristal Hansley, the Solar Industry’s First Black Woman CEO

Ghanaian Artist Kwesi Botchway Revels in the Many Colors of Blackness in a New London Show

“I want to see Black people looking nice, living nice,” Botchway says. He puts his subjects in sumptuous jackets (Green Fluffy Coat) and adorns them with beautiful jewelry, headwraps, and hats (Green Stone Earrings; Check My Nails; Green Earflip Cap). “A lot of people are living good, and we have to project that,” he adds. … Read more Ghanaian Artist Kwesi Botchway Revels in the Many Colors of Blackness in a New London Show