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    Blackpink's Rosé Looks Pretty In Monochrome In New Saint Laurent Campaign

    17:32, July 29 35 0

    On Friday (June 26), the four ladies of Blackpink — Jennie, Lisa, Rosé, and Jisoo — dropped their sizzling, long-awaited single, "How You Like That," the first track off their forthcoming studio album, scheduled for release in September. The K-pop supergroup also released a decadent music video packed with couture moments, featuring high-fashion looks from the likes of Alexander McQueen, Celine, and Chanel. By the time this story was published, the video had reached upwards of 149 million views.
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    Blackpink's Rosé Looks Pretty In Monochrome In New Saint Laurent Campaign

    17:09, June 29 104 0

    On Friday (June 26), the four ladies of Blackpink — Jennie, Lisa, Rosé, and Jisoo — dropped their sizzling, long-awaited single, "How You Like That," the first track off their forthcoming studio album, scheduled for release in September. The K-pop supergroup also released a decadent music video packed with couture moments, featuring high-fashion looks from the likes of Alexander McQueen, Celine, and Chanel. By the time this story was published, the video had reached upwards of 149 million views.
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    How Tyler Neasloney Turned His Viral Project Runway Quip Into A Force For Good

    17:13, June 14 157 0

    When Tyler Neasloney went viral, his social media mentions were impossible to keep up with. But he was already focused on designing his newest project: A $35 tee shirt, with proceeds from its sale directed in part to the Ali Forney Center, a nonprofit based in New York dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ homeless youth. The garment’s message? “Not even to dinner with the Kushners?” — the very question that earned the 29-year-old instant digital notoriety when he posed it to Project Runway judge Karlie Kloss on an episode that aired January 2.
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    How Tyler Neasloney Turned His Viral Project Runway Quip Into A Force For Good

    16:38, May 14 206 0

    When Tyler Neasloney went viral, his social media mentions were impossible to keep up with. But he was already focused on designing his newest project: A $35 tee shirt, with proceeds from its sale directed in part to the Ali Forney Center, a nonprofit based in New York dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ homeless youth. The garment’s message? “Not even to dinner with the Kushners?” — the very question that earned the 29-year-old instant digital notoriety when he posed it to Project Runway judge Karlie Kloss on an episode that aired January 2.
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    How Tyler Neasloney Turned His Viral Project Runway Quip Into A Force For Good

    16:32, April 14 266 0

    When Tyler Neasloney went viral, his social media mentions were impossible to keep up with. But he was already focused on designing his newest project: A $35 tee shirt, with proceeds from its sale directed in part to the Ali Forney Center, a nonprofit based in New York dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ homeless youth. The garment’s message? “Not even to dinner with the Kushners?” — the very question that earned the 29-year-old instant digital notoriety when he posed it to Project Runway judge Karlie Kloss on an episode that aired January 2.
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    How Tyler Neasloney Turned His Viral Project Runway Quip Into A Force For Good

    16:04, March 14 301 0

    When Tyler Neasloney went viral, his social media mentions were impossible to keep up with. But he was already focused on designing his newest project: A $35 tee shirt, with proceeds from its sale directed in part to the Ali Forney Center, a nonprofit based in New York dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ homeless youth. The garment’s message? “Not even to dinner with the Kushners?” — the very question that earned the 29-year-old instant digital notoriety when he posed it to Project Runway judge Karlie Kloss on an episode that aired January 2.
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    How Tyler Neasloney Turned His Viral Project Runway Quip Into A Force For Good

    15:51, February 14 444 0

    When Tyler Neasloney went viral, his social media mentions were impossible to keep up with. But he was already focused on designing his newest project: A $35 tee shirt, with proceeds from its sale directed in part to the Ali Forney Center, a nonprofit based in New York dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ homeless youth. The garment’s message? “Not even to dinner with the Kushners?” — the very question that earned the 29-year-old instant digital notoriety when he posed it to Project Runway judge Karlie Kloss on an episode that aired January 2.
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    How Tyler Neasloney Turned His Viral Project Runway Quip Into A Force For Good

    15:50, January 14 410 0

    When Tyler Neasloney went viral, his social media mentions were impossible to keep up with. But he was already focused on designing his newest project: A $35 tee shirt, with proceeds from its sale directed in part to the Ali Forney Center, a nonprofit based in New York dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ homeless youth. The garment’s message? “Not even to dinner with the Kushners?” — the very question that earned the 29-year-old instant digital notoriety when he posed it to Project Runway judge Karlie Kloss on an episode that aired January 2.
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    Charli XCX's Stylistic Coming-Of-Age Is A Statement Of Power

    17:12, January 10 434 0

    By Sara Radin The world needs Charli XCX’s futuristic pop, but we also need her futuristic fashion. Debuting her latest album in September 2019, a self-titled LP called Charli, the singer has been sporting new-age feminine looks on her world tour to coincide with her electro-disco bops. Think bodycon corsets, shimmery metallics, saturated pinks, and sheer layers — it’s experimental, it’s cohesive, it’s next level Charli.
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    Here's How Much The Workers Who Made That Fashion Nova 'Fit Are Underpaid

    16:48, December 16 449 0

    If you follow any of the major pop culture power players on Instagram, you're bound to see a photo featuring Fashion Nova merchandise at least once a week. Several members of the Kardashian-Jenner family have worn the brand, as have Teyana Taylor, Amber Rose, and Cardi B, who collaborated with them to the tune of some major bank. It's a big brand with the influencer set, too, given its ability to turn designs around almost instantly, its dedication to creating a range of sizes in basically everything they make, and price points few people can say "no" to.