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Stock Up On Quince's Sustainable Activewear Collection

You know Quince for its iconic slip dresses and airy linen duvet sets , and R29 readers and editors are obsessed with the budget-friendly-meets-luxe label. Now, the San Francisco-based brand has ventured away from its signature washable silk dresses and skirts as well as its best-selling European linen to create a new eco-friendly workout line. Quinces Activewear Collection guarantees premium, sustainable athletic wear without the hefty cost -- items start at only $20. Quinces moisture-wicking, quick-drying, odor-repelling, and four-way stretch activewear is made out of premium fabrics woven from post-consumer recycled polyester. Whoa, whoa -- what does that mean Approximately, seven two-liter plastic Coke or Sprite bottles go into each piece instead of a landfill. Pretty wild to think about, but its true. Thats not all, its new line is three-way certified by the Global Re...

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Forget Pantone, Barbiecore Pink Is The Color Of The Year

I asked for no pink clothes but I got them anyway. Thats what happens when you get pregnant with a baby girl -- people begin to shower you with pink. At first, I was annoyed, then later I got angry. Eventually, though, I felt resigned. Three-plus years later, hot pink is everywhere , not just in my parenting life. Its fashions color of the year , a staple of TikToks much-discussed Bimbocore trend and Barbiecore (a related but less overtly sexualized trend inspired by Greta Gerwigs in-production film ). Its on runways (see: Valentinos Fall 22 runway that featured a primarily pink collection), celebrities ( Lizzo , Florence Pugh , Anne Hathaway ), and in stores both indie and mainstream. Love it or loathe it, hot pink is a color trend with legs. From fluorescent pink to fuchsia, this bold, aggressive color has become deeply embedded in the American psyche as a sho...

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These Will Be Fall's Biggest Fashion Trends -- How To Shop Them Now

Well always savor long summer days, but, as autumn grows near, we welcome the mood shift -- and cooler days -- with open arms. The biggest fall 2022 trends have much to offer as we move from swimwear and sundresses in favor of chunky loafers and cozy layers. From preppy wares to workwear-inspired standouts , there is something to satisfy all tastes and shopping impulses . A subversive attitude transpired in many designer collections from New York to Paris , offering a refreshingly rebellious take on closet staples . Think: deconstructed knits, re-worked tailoring, and lots of leather in the form of S&M and biker-style silhouettes. Similarly, a futuristic wave rippled through fashion months four cities with gritty, punk undertones influencing denim, dresses, cargos , and more. Plus, the official induction of the catsuit as a fearless approach to all-in-one ...

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Elevate Your Transitional Wardrobe With AllSaints' New Collection

Crisp leaves, cool breezes, and sweater weather -- these three iconic characteristics of fall sound so lovely after a sweltering summer. Add in AllSaints new autumn collection, Come As You Are , and you have the whole package. Unlike the brands summer Golden Hour Collection , which had airy cotton tees and frayed denim shorts, the brands new line features a carousel of transitional pieces to get a head start on next seasons fits. The Come As You Are collection brings back the thrill of fall dressing with long maxi dresses, cropped leather jackets, and sleek black booties. Dont get us started on the fuzzy, striped, and luxe cashmere sweaters. The effortless items are suitable for countless fall moments, whether youre visiting to a pumpkin patch, enjoying a chai tea latte in a park, or hanging out in a cozy cafe. The collection exudes the feeling of being free-spirited and ca...

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This Self-Taught Jewelry Designer Is Redefining Black Luxury

Creating luxury jewelry takes art and craftsmanship. Black-owned brand KHIRY -- known for its representational take of Blackness and storytelling within their pieces -- knows a thing or two about both. Jameel Mohammad , the founder and creative director, started the brand in 2016 and has made it his mission to challenge the narrative that luxury is a space where Black-owned brands are not welcome. Mohammad prides himself on using fine materials and inspiration from the African diaspora to bring his collections to life. Its no surprise that his popularity has been growing immensely in the industry. Along with his pieces being worn by celebrities like Coco Jones , Chl÷e Bailey , Megan Thee Stallion some of his many achievements include being a finalist for the CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund in 2021, to magazine covers like Black Fashion Fair and jewelry placement in major ...

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For The Plus Community, Size-Inclusive Intimates Can Change Everything

Gianluca Russo is a writer who has covered plus-size fashion for publications like Teen Vogue , NYLON , InStyle , and more. He is also the author of The Power of Plus: Inside Fashions Size-Inclusivity Revolution , out on August 16. Fashion is how we choose to present ourselves to the world. As such, few decisions are as intimate as what we put on our bodies. Thats especially true when it comes to, well, intimates . For plus-size women , in particular, this subset of the industry is a pain point, as I came to discover while writing my debut nonfiction book, The Power of Plus. In a chapter dedicated to undergarments , titled Rewriting the Fantasy, I analyzed the impact that Victorias Secrets infamous legacy -- which has previously ranged from the lack of inclusive sizing to not featuring plus-size women in its runway spectaculars -- has had on plus-si...

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This Viral Pleated Skirt Is A Fashion Must-Have

MILAN, ITALY - JANUARY 16: Georgia Tal wears a gray blazer, black top, and Chopova Lowena plaid print pleated black belt skirt outside the Etro show during the Milan Mens Fashion Week - Fall/Winter 2022/2023 on January 16, 2022 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Melodie Jeng/Getty Images) Since 2019, fashion forecaster Mandy Lee has been on a hunt for a pleated skirt from Chopova Lowena , the London-based brand founded by Emma Chopova and Laura Lowena in 2018. Three years later, Lee, who is also a TikTok fashion creator with over 300,000 followers, has amassed multiple pieces from the brand -- including the signature skirt, characterized by safety pins holding the fabric to a thick leather belt and clashing prints -- preaching her adoration for the pieces on TikTok. Lee is one of the many creators whove helped the hashtag #chopovalowena grow over 11 million views on the app b...

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