Erika Linder Suits Up on Vogue Paris’ Unisex-Themed Issue

Vogue Paris February 2019 : Erika Linder by Mikael Jansson

Vogue Paris is easily one of the most predictable magazines in the business and in 2018, it welcomed back a whole host of familiar faces including Kaia Gerber, Anna Ewers, Kate Moss and Natasha Poly. But the magazine is starting off the year with a surprise, featuring androgynous model and actress Erika Linder on the February 2019 cover. The Swedish beauty and Nicolas Ghesquière favorite was photographed by Mikael Jansson and styled by Emmanuelle Alt in a suit from Hedi Slimane’s debut Celine collection.


The cover garnered

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How Kesha’s #NoMakeup Selfie Is Inspiring Others


We’re used to seeing celebrities with flawless makeup and hair, but on the rare occasions they do show off an au naturel face, they’re either lauded for being “just like us” in their #nomakeup selfies or they get insulted (see <a href="

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Humbert & Poyet’s Interior Masterpiece of Seduction and Charm at Beefbar Paris

In 2008, top interior designers Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet were approached by renowned chef Ricardo Giraudi to design the interior of his Beefbar concept restaurant in Monaco. A decade later, it is Humbert & Poyet’s fourth partnership with Giraudi in designing his seventh, and arguably most extravagant Beefbar restaurant in Paris.

Interior architect and design agency Humbert & Poyet, founded in 2005, has quickly become known in the interior design industry for their timeless, elegant, and luxurious designs. Their<br

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Chanel’s New Ad Campaign Is Missing All the Fun of the Spring 2019 Collection

There’s nothing worse than an advertising campaign that doesn’t reflect the vibe of a collection. For Karl Lagerfeld’s Spring 2019 Chanel show, he turned an elaborate man-made beach into a runway to serve as a picturesque and idyllic backdrop for the playful collection. Now, that mood is completely absent from the collection’s campaign, which was shot in Lagerfeld’s studio (<a href="

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The CFDA Commits to Sustainability in the Fashion Industry

At the start of the year, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) released its annual resolutions calling for designers to focus on sustainability, body positivity, diversity and equality in 2019. The organization is now taking the first steps towards helping the industry to adopt more sustainable strategies with the launch of its sustainability hub.

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As part of the CFDA’s ongoing commitment to sustainability through education

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Be a Walking Ray of Sunshine With These Bright Pieces

Free People

Free People

Retrograde Tie Dye Cashmere Scarf in Day Glow, $49.95 at Free People

Not going anywhere for vacation this month? Fret not. This cozy wool and cashmere blend scarf lets you have a personal tropical sunset (and keeps you warm).

Helmut Lang

Mock Neck Pullover, $295 at Shopbop

The mock neck and thumbhole cuffs say January, but the spring green screams April.


Rainbow Pleated Contrast Skirt, $158 at Anthropologie

Bursts of color through the dark — exactly what we need right

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