Dior Taps Women Artists to Create Exclusive Lady Bags

This spring, Dior made shirts that blared "Why are there no great women artists?" The question was a quote from feminist art theorist Linda Nochlin, and though it may not be true (Frida! Georgia! Alma Thomas! Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun!), it was provocative enough to spur both Instagram snaps

Courtney Love Called Me

Courtney Love talks about her clothes the way Effie Trinket talks about Tributes—some will be treasured, some will be spared, and some very special items will be reaped from her luxury stashes. But her clothing culling puts the odds in your favor, as this week some of her most

Chanel Draws Inspiration from Ancient Egypt for Its Metier d'arts Show

Chanel became the second ever fashion brand to put on a runway show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Tuesday night. (Valentino was the first to do it in the early '80s.) Getty ImagesDia Dipasupil The French maison crossed the pond to showcase its Metier d'Arts collection using the Met's

ELLE Editorial: Change Agent

Hair by Nai’vasha Johnson at the Wall Group; makeup by Grace Ahn at Julian Watson Agency Halima Aden, the first hijabi model to crack fashion's big leagues, is at the forefront of a new focus on representation. "If I can encourage girls to stay true to themselves, then I've done