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The Feminist Past — and Present — of Culottes

The so-called divided skirt is still dividing opinion.

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Idiot-proof but vibrantly hued, put-it-on-and-forget-about-it lipstick.

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Rainbows and leather galore.

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Tailored shorts that look great with a crop top and lace-up sandals.

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His pouts, his hairdos — a retrospective of smoldering.

Elie Tahari Is Being Sued for Sexual Harassment [Updated]

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So You Bought Some Culottes, Now How Do You Style Them?

We've got answers.

CrossFitters Are Posting Sweat-Angel Pics That Resemble Genitals

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Buy them before they're gone — forever.

Cara Delevingne and Sofia Coppola Partied This Week

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