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Lily-Rose Depp Rethinks French Girl Style in Chanel’s Front Row

If one brand sets the tone for French-style, it’s Chanel. And each season, the front rows of its runways are populated by women who embody the elegant, Parisienne spirit of the house that Coco built. This morning’s spring/summer 2021 show was a who’s who of French cinema with icons like Marion Cotillard, Isabelle Adjani, and Vanessa Paradis filling the Grand Palais to view Virginie Viard’s latest work. Amidst all the little black jackets and monochromatic outfits, one guest brought a welcome dose of whimsy. In her petal pink boucle blazer and gold-flecked tube-top, Lily-Rose Depp was an outlier. As one of Chanel’s ambassadors, the 21-year-old actor regularly wears the double C logo, but the sorbet tones and high waisted denim she chose for today’s event were unexpected. Everything from the patchwork pockets on her jeans to her golden belly chain felt youthful and casual. 

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Maisie Williams Wears Pink Mask Sitting Front Row at Chloe Fashion Show

Thu, 01 October 2020 at 7:09 pm

Maisie Williams Wears Pink Mask Sitting Front Row at Chloe Fashion Show

Maisie Williams is taking Paris Fashion Week by storm!

The 23-year-old Game of Thrones actress stepped out for the Chloe Chloe Womenswear Spring/Summer 2021 Fashion Show on Thursday afternoon (October 1) in Paris, France.

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Maisie stayed safe in a pink face mask paired with navy and white sweater, light beige trousers, and brown boots as she sat front row at the fashion show.

Earlier this week, Maisie and boyfriend Reuben Selby coordinated outfits while attending the Dior Fashion Show together.

Last month, Maisie and her boyfriend walked the red carpet together while stepping out for the Monte-Carlo Gala For Planetary Health in Monte-Carlo.

During an interview earlier this year, Maisie talked about falling in love with Reuben!

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Harlem’s Fashion Row Announces the Recipients of the Icon 360 x A Common Thread $1 Million Grant

In June, Vogue and the CFDA announced that they were awarding a $1 million grant to Harlem’s Fashion Row’s Icon 360 fund. The support was provided by A Common Thread, which launched earlier this year in response to fashion businesses crumbling during the pandemic. Harlem’s Fashion Row founder Brandice Daniel began the Icon 360 fund in May to help provide visibility and financial support to BIPOC-owned designers who are often overlooked by the industry and were struggling financially through the pandemic. Over the years, Daniels and her team have worked tirelessly not only for their organization to be recognized by fashion leaders around the country and the world but also to shine a light on the vast talent and creativity of the BIPOC community.

Today, Daniels, Vogue, and the CFDA’s A Common Thread initiative are revealing the 27 recipients of the $1 million grant. The money will be split into

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How Harlem’s Fashion Row Founder Brandice Daniel (Finally) Got the Industry’s Attention

Photo credit: Design by Ingrid Frahm
Photo credit: Design by Ingrid Frahm

From Harper’s BAZAAR

Although it was just days before Harlem Fashion Row’s 13th annual fashion show and style awards (held virtually amid the COVID-19 pandemic), unfinished hemlines and the latest RSVP count were the furthest thing from founder Brandice Daniel’s mind when she picked up the phone. “Today is my daughter’s first day of kindergarten, and I’m actually sitting outside of her school right now,” she says, adding that she had to fight the urge to abandon work and spy through the classroom window all day. With another 30 minutes until dismissal though, Daniel spoke about the business and community she’s built with the passion and matter-of-factness that’s made her one of the fashion industry’s most respected figures.

Daniel founded Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR) in 2007 with the simple-in-theory, but arduous-in-practice goal of supporting designers of color. In May, she doubled down on that

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