Two teens crafted creative dresses that support Planned Parenthood. Karolina Montes, 16, and Zoë Balestri, 17, are students at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School in the Riverdale neighborhood of the Bronx in New York City. Balestri explains that she and Montes got a grant from their school to purchase materials from Planned Parenthood, and also contacted the reproductive and sexual health care provider about their project and desire to buy materials in addition to what the school grant covered.
The explanation is a complicated mix of personal preference, diplomatic protocol and religious dictates
According to a study carried out by Marks & Spencer in 2016, there are 3.6 billion clothes left unworn in the nation's wardrobes – a staggering 57 items per person – with an average of 16 items only worn once and 11 still with the tags on. In a world obsessed with speed and newness and a clothing industry encouraging overconsumption and mindless purchasing, Wear the Walk's approach to fashion is markedly different. Fast fashion and our shopping habits are rapidly destroying our planet and have catastrophic results for human life, too.
Stefano Gabbana often defends Melania Trump on his Instagram account. It’s pretty obvious Melania Trump really likes Dolce & Gabbana. Not only is she wearing a black jacket from the fashion house in her official White House portrait, but on a recent trip abroad she stepped out in four different outfits — and counting.
Inspired by the New York hip-hop scene, the Valentino Resort 2018 show had something for everyone. Plus, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and more.
Gone are the days when wearing a one-piece swimsuit meant you were either a serious swimmer, sun-averse, or body-conscious. Designers have heard our cries and flooded the market with styles anyone can love in cuts and colours that rival the two-pieces we've been wearing for years. And whether your look is more retro or sexy, maillot is experiencing a resurgence that goes way beyond the occasional #TBT.
The famous phrase “One day you’re in, and the next day you’re out” perfectly describes the flakey stance we have on fashion trends. Out with PRETTY and in with UGLY.
The nearly-naked Cannes Film Festival dress trend might be hitting headlines currently, but the big and bold ballgowns celebs are wearing are just as enticing.
Ivanka Trump accompanied her father and the first lady on the diplomatic trip to Saudi Arabia. While the news cycle continues to churn around President Trump’s first foreign tour — particularly the glaring contradictions between his current statements and the things he stated publicly before he became president — another Trump story is also developing. While most of the conversation around Ivanka, and Melania as well, focused heavily on the women’s wardrobe choices, Ivanka herself became a trending news topic in Arabic social media.
First lady Melania Trump visited an all-women business service center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Quite a few commenters from the political peanut gallery pointed out how disrespectful it was for former first lady Michelle Obama to skip the headscarf upon her visit to Saudi Arabia in 2015. Michelle Obama dressed modestly and covered her arms and legs — albeit without a headscarf — on her visit to Saudi Arabia in 2015.
Melania Trump covered up as she stepped off Air Force One at King Khalid International Airport in Saudi Arabia on Saturday — but not in the traditional Islamic way. The first lady, following in predecessor Michelle Obama’s footsteps, opted to forgo a headscarf in the conservative country that is governed by Sharia law and expects women in public to be fully covered, including their heads. The black look was decidedly more modest than the ensemble she wore departing from Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on Friday.