Beyoncé is already a role model for young women everywhere. Now, she’s also playing the role of benefactor with a new scholarship, the Formation Scholars, in honor of the one-year anniversary of Lemonade. Young women studying arts, literature, or African-American Studies at four institutions—Berklee College of Music, Parsons School of Design, Howard University, and Spelman College—are eligible.
Comme Des Garçons
A closer look at Rei Kawakubo’s Fall 2017 collection, captured by Ethan Madigan Heck, ahead of the major Comme Des Garçons retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, opening next week.
Handmaid’s Tale, The
The adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s essential, prescient novel debuted on Hulu on Tuesday night following its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival Friday. Get to know the cast and catch up on the first episode before the next installments arrive.
The Japanese artist painting grim images of skulls in the style of 16th-century vanitas caught the eye of Kris Van Assche, Dior Homme’s creative director, who collaborated with Kamei on the Spring 2017 collection.
Model and avid cosplayer. In a new essay and video, he explains how dressing up and exploring gender through cosplay helped him come to terms with his own identity as a trans man.
Hosting this year’s CFDA Awards—his second time doing so, noted fashionista that he is. (After all, he did wear an on-point lace Marc Jacobs dress to his last hosting gig back in 2012.)
For the second season of Made LA, Opening Ceremony will move its runway show to Los Angeles, where, incidentally, the brand is also celebrating the 10th anniversary of its storefront (and its 15th anniversary of existence at all). Wiz Khalifa also joins the Made LA lineup with a to-be-announced collaboration, his design debut, and Rochambeau will collaborate with rapper Yung Jake.
The actor (and Nocturnal Animals star) is now the face of a new Givenchy fragrance for men. “He knows how to do everything,” Givenchy parfums CEO Romain Spitzer told WWD. That seems as good a reason as any.
Margaret Atwood, Elisabeth Moss, and the Women of The Handmaid’s Tale
From left: Margaret Atwood, Elisabeth Moss, Alexis Bledel, Samira Wiley, Ann Dowd, Madeline Brewer, and Yvonne Strahovski.
Margaret Atwood, author of The Handmaid’s Tale and consulting producer of its Hulu series.