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Angela Simmons Showed Off Her Killer Curves During The Matte Collection’s Fashion Show At Miami Swim Week

Angela Simmons served body-ody-ody last night when she showed off her banging curves during The Matte Collection’s swimwear fashion show at Miami Swim Week and we’re absolutely swooning! For the show, the 33-year-old beauty rocked a teeny tiny vibrant blue bikini from the brand’s collection and applied pressure to the runway like we’ve never seen before. She paired the look with a matching blue robe, a sparkly diamond necklace, and silver strappy heels to match. She wore her long, jet-black hair straight down with a slight wave at the ends to give us that summer, beach vibe that we all know and love.

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“Full figure Mama,” she captioned an IG video of her strutting her stuff down the runway. Angela’s friends and fans alike swarmed her IG comment section with endless fire and heart-eye

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Great Outfits in Fashion History: Victoria Beckham in a Bustier Mini Dress

Victoria Beckham performs with the Spice Girls for their first ever live performance together in 1997. 

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

Before Victoria Beckham did practical-chic, she did sexy minimalism. When the acclaimed designer stepped onto the world stage as “Posh Spice” in the ’90s, she wasn’t wearing wide-leg trousers or ’70s-inspired languid silhouettes — she was wearing tight, black mini dresses. 

At one of her early performances with the Spice Girls in Bali, Beckham wore a simple, bustier-ed mini, paired with shiny, square-toed ankle strap heels and one of her iconic neutral lipstick shades. Her no-frills pop star aesthetic feels very of-the-moment as lingerie-leaning, nostalgia-tinged pieces dominate our feeds. 

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League x Louis Vuitton. 100 Thieves x Gucci. Video game fashion is a big business.

In the first few months of 2019, representatives from Riot Games and Louis Vuitton were introduced to one another, and they started to talk about esports. A sense of curiosity flourished, and over time, conversations snowballed into a landmark collaboration. As well as physical and digital Louis Vuitton clothing capsules, the atelier created a branded travel case for the “League of Legends” Summoner’s Cup, the $2.2 million prize for the most-watched esports tournament on the planet, Worlds. The branded trophy was put on display at the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

From the outside, the two may have seemed strange bedfellows: a legendary French fashion house and a game developer. And it’d be hard to argue that the audience is strictly the same. Anyone can play “League of Legends.” Very few can afford Louis Vuitton.

But games have long been interested in fashion. And now that gaming has cemented its

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Best Amazon fashion and beauty finds, according to customers

Summer is in full swing, which means nearly everyone is starting to step out of the house again. A full beauty routine might seem foreign at this point and styling anything other than bike shorts feels like too much of a chore, but that doesn’t mean you have to splurge to find fashion and beauty essentials to refresh your look this season.

Whether you need an easy outfit for lazy summer days or want to put on some extra glam for an upcoming vacation, you don’t have to start your search from scratch. So if you’re ready to leave your house in style this summer, Yahoo contributing editor Chassie Post has the scoop on everything that’s hot for the summer, according to shoppers like you.

Post scoured Amazon in search of all of the must-haves you didn’t know you needed for the season, from a cleansing shampoo to a crossbody

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The Film’s Most Memorable Fashion Moments – WWD

“Legally Blonde” was released 20 years ago today.

Revered as an all-time classic in pop culture today, the movie tells the story of a young woman, Elle Woods, determined to win her boyfriend back by getting her juris doctor at Harvard Law School, only to surpass everyone’s expectations, including her own, to become a very successful (and fashionable) lawyer.

Reese Witherspoon, who played Elle Woods, received an abundance of praise for her performance and was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actress (Comedy/Musical). The movie also received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Picture (Comedy/Musical).

Starring alongside Witherspoon were Selma Blair, Jennifer Coolidge, Luke Wilson and Matthew Davis, who played Vivian Kensington, Paulette Bonafonté, Emmett Richmond and Warner Huntington III, respectively.

The commercial success of the film led to a sequel, released in 2003 called “Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde,” a direct-to-DVD spin-off dubbed “Legally Blondes,” as

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Great Outfits in Fashion History: Rihanna in Sexy, Body-con Chanel

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

In her decade-plus as a famous person, Rihanna has made no sartorial misses. None. I don’t care if you don’t think a look from the late aughts aged well: It was perfect for the era and that means it is still perfect. Most of her looks, though, stand up to the test of time, like the outfit she wore to the Chanel Spring 2010 runway — you know, the one with the stacks of hay and an iconic Lily Allen performance? Rihanna nearly stole the whole show from the front row with her style choice: a white bustier layered with a tweed pencil skirt

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No-bra movement is making it harder for women with large chests to find clothes

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The no-bra movement has trickled into 2021 fashion trends — and it’s leaving women some behind (Getty Images)

All I wanted was a cute sundress to help celebrate the end of a miserable pandemic winter. As someone who’s been trying to reduce my clothing consumption and move away from fast fashion as much as possible, it had been a while since I’d purchased a staple summer dress that made me feel flirty and feminine. But I was in the mood to treat myself, so I opened the Aritzia website and started to scroll.

To my dismay, the experience wasn’t nearly as pleasant as I had expected. After just a few minutes of looking through the website and seeing dress after dress with an open back, spaghetti straps or excessively low-cut style, I found

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Shein is the future of fast fashion. Is it ethical?

If you’ve spent some time scrolling and shopping on TikTok, you’re probably familiar with the fashion retailer Shein. From personal experience, however, “familiar” doesn’t properly contextualize how pervasive the brand is, at least online. Perhaps a more accurate description is: I am haunted by Shein. As a consumer who falls squarely within the brand’s target demographic — a woman in her 20s, who buys most of her clothes online — I encounter Shein-related content almost daily, algorithmically fed to me through Instagram advertisements, YouTube hauls, and viral TikTok recommendations.

Shein’s ubiquity, most notably on TikTok, has catapulted the retailer to cult status among young women across the globe. And while Shein is based out of China, it ships to 220 countries, with the US serving as its largest consumer market. In June, Shein overtook Amazon for the first time on the iOS App Store to become the leading US shopping

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7 New Summer TikTok Fashion Trends That Are Blowing Up

While the rest of the world debates the pros and cons of TikTok versus Instagram and which social media app will ultimately prevail, we’re just over here toggling between the two to bring you the latest on what’s trending in the virtual fashion world. Some could say we’re even a little TikTok obsessed over here, given that we’ve dove into everything from the makeup trends we’re inspired to try to the latest fashion aesthetic to emerge. But in any case, scrolling through the app is our journalistic duty, and on my latest scrolling frenzy, I couldn’t help but notice how the app’s digital creators are putting some new summer trends on the map.

Their outfits incorporate some of the coolest pieces of the moment, and I’m officially inspired to incorporate some of them into my own wardrobe ASAP. With summer on the brain (and more reasons to reemerge into the

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When virtual fashion stands up to the physical world

In the press and across social networks, the subject of virtual fashion is becoming increasingly more popular. But are these non-physical clothes the future of fashion? And where exactly can you find them? To find answers, FashionUnited took a look at the latest collection of Amsterdam-based digital fashion house The Fabricant.

On its social networks on April 16, The Fabricant unveiled RenaiXance, its new limited-edition digital clothing collection in collaboration with digital sneaker studio RTFKT. The drop was launched on The Dematerialized, an online authentication marketplace created in 2020 by Karinna Nobbs and Marjorie Hernandez. The RenaiXance drop sold out in just ten minutes.

Prices for the collection, which could be bought using Ethereum (ETH) cryptocurrency, ranged from 0.1 ETH (about 325 euros) for jewellery to 5 ETH (about 16,294 euros) for a complete look and limited to one copy.

A pioneer in the newly-forming virtual fashion market, The Fabricant

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