Paris Fashion Week Spring Summer 2021: See The Best Looks

I’m sorry, did basic betch Emily from Emily In Paris show up to France and suck every inch of taste from the whole damn town? Maybe I’m being overdramatic, but I couldn’t help but feel like Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2021 was lacking the magic it usually delivers. I oohed and ahhed very few times, and I ughed and ewed far more than expected.

Of course, prep time ahead of this Fashion Month was quite a bit different than it usually is, seeing as we were up against a global pandemic and all. Many designer ateliers closed down in accordance with safety guidelines, while others pivoted to making masks, developing hand sanitizers and aiding the fight against COVID-19 in any way they could. Still, they knew that in some way, shape or form, their SS21 collections needed to get done.

While most of the shows at New York Fashion Week

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best summer beauty products and treatments


Now your skin is all glowy and fresh. Next is the base – use a luminous primer followed by foundation. We love BeneFit Porefessional Pearl Primer, (, $25) matched with Anastasia Beverly Hills Luminous Foundation (, $70). And now for the glimmering dolphin finish: highlighter in hand (we love Nars The Multiple in Copacabana;, $62), add to the high points on your face, that is the brow bone, temples, top of the cheeks, bridge of the nose and the chin and then blend.

Try Chanel Le Lift Crème de Nuit (, $225) which is all about hydrating skin while you sleep.


Our lips need some serious TLC right now. Wearing masks and breathing in trapped air can leave them parched and flaking, so the first thing to address is dry skin. A great way to do this is to exfoliate with a sugar-based scrub that polishes

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England’s women look back on bright summer but bigger tests await

England’s clean sweep against West Indies may have been handed to them via two no-balls from Shakera Selman at the end of a rain-reduced five-over slogathon, but they will be pleased with their showing in the series after easily winning the first four matches by margins of 47, 47, 20 and 44 runs.

Photograph: Nathan Stirk/Getty Images

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Photograph: Nathan Stirk/Getty Images

Any concerns that Heather Knight’s side might be rusty after a six-month absence from international cricket proved largely unfounded, thanks partly to the unexpected opportunity for England players to take part in the first two rounds of this summer’s regional competition, the Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Trophy, three weeks before their series was due to start.

Related: England beat West Indies in five-over slog to seal women’s T20 clean sweep

Four England batters – Knight, Tammy Beaumont, Amy Jones and Nat Sciver – finished with more than 100 runs in

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