Photographer: Steven Meisel
Stylist: Edward Enninful
The Best Picture announcement might have been botched — Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway called it for La La Land before the Oscars producers swept on stage to correct the error, giving the prize to Moonlight — but these stars certainly didn't botch their red carpet duties. See the best looks of the night, here.
One-half of Hillier Bartley, now the head of global design at Calvin Klein Jeans. An alum of Marc by Marc Jacobs and Mulberry, Bartley has been charged with maintaining the cool factor at the Calvin Klein diffusion line.
The Milan-based label you need to know. With their latest collection, the Italian duo behind the brand offer the closest they've gotten to a mission statement.
Garcia, Fernando, and Kim, Laura
The co-creative directors of both Monse and, more recently, Oscar De La Renta, balance design duties at their beloved upstart label and the brand they inherited from their mentor, De La Renta. But there isn't as much distance as one might think between the two houses — so Kim and Garcia decided to show them together at New York Fashion Week. Go inside the studio with the duo in the lead-up to their auspicious debut. (Before they went on to dress Brie Larson, wearing Oscar De La Renta in one of the best statements of Oscars night.)
The Chinese photographer died Friday at 29. His daring images of entangled nude bodies subverted conservative norms, especially in his home country, and earned him fans including Frank Ocean. Here, a look back at some of his best work.
The director making the most elaborate videos for the likes of Beyoncé ("Formation") and Rihanna ("We Found Love"), and helping women artists devise a new vision for themselves in the process.
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