The late designer Yves Saint Laurent's longtime partner Pierre Bergé married in late March; he's been a staunch activist for efforts to legalize gay marriage in France and described his relationship with now-husband Madison Cox as one of his "big love stories."
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The new Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute retrospective of Rei Kawakubo's designs for Comme des Garçons displays 120 pieces that demonstrate the breadth of her refusal to conform to genre, wearability, gender, or even a general conception of silhouette. And that's its brilliance.
Paris Jackson wore a Calvin Klein By Appointment gown to the Met Gala on Monday, accompanying the brand's new chief creative officer Raf Simons. (She also Instagrammed a photo with fellow CK darlings A$AP Rocky and Ashton Sanders.) She seems to have made enough of an impression as she's emerged into the spotlight these last few months—today, according to Page Six, she's been revealed as the new face of Calvin Klein, earning a seven-figure contract with the label.
Have you, like many of Kim Kardashian's friends, often asked where she gets her precious mini-couture ensembles for North and Saint West? (Forgetting, for a moment, the custom pieces by Vetements, Balmain, and Givenchy.) Well, at 2 p.m. PST Friday, Kardashian and husband Kanye West are launching TheKidsSupply, seemingly an offshoot of West's "Calabasas casual-wear"—for children.
Like Will Ferrell in Elf, Kanye West just wants to bring joy to the world:
With Jack Schlossberg's surprise appearance at the Met Gala, we decided to conduct an inquiry: a history of the Kennedy children, from the original first family to the surviving scions.
About to make her first forays into clothing design with her debut collection for QVC. Also skincare. So now you can drink, decorate, cook, dress, and even moisturize like Martha Stewart.
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Starting off Frieze Week with strong words for young models. The 30-year-old model and yogi is using her experience to help out the "fresh faces."
Jia Tolentino methodically dismantles all the myths and vagaries of the first daughter Ivanka Trump's new self-help book, Women Who Work.