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Cut Shopping Pick:
Michael Kors Easton Lace-Up Duck Boot
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The Sisters Changing the Direct-to-Consumer Fashion Game

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Sean Spicer Reportedly Got a Style Makeover From a Company That Makes Its Suits in Thailand

After Trump reportedly dissed his style.

Maria Borges Is L’Oréal’s Newest Spokesmodel

She’s worth it.

Rosie O’Donnell Will Lead a Protest Against Trump Before His First Congressional Address

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Cut Shopping Pick:
Tatcha Dewy Skin Face Mist
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The Best Street Style From Milan Fashion Week

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Contrast Leather Pants With a Lilac Fur Coat

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Michael Shannon’s Oscars Accessory Says It All

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The 7 Best Pieces From Lane Bryant’s Prabal Gurung Collection

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See All the Fashion Campaigns From Spring 2017

Stella McCartney goes whimsical, Orla Kiely’s flower power homage, and a smoldering Soko.

Hallelujah! Moonlight’s Men Modeled for Calvin Klein

Mahershala Ali, Trevante Rhodes, and Ashton Sanders all stripped down. Alex Hibbert chills in a T-shirt.

Céline Has Finally Joined Instagram

So far, the brand has only posted feet.

The First Latina Senator Wants Women to Stop Second-guessing Themselves

Catherine Cortez Masto was always surrounded by men.

Chrissy Teigen Took a Perfectly Timed Nap During Casey Affleck’s Oscar Speech

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The Most Political Moments at the 2017 Oscars

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Cut Shopping Pick:
Joy Mangano My Little Steamer Go Mini Hand Steamer
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