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All the See-Through Dresses from the 2018 SAG Awards

January 21, 2018 @ 9:30 PM Because a red carpet in this decade wouldn’t be complete without its fair share of see-through dresses, we had to compile the looks that caught our eye at the 2018 SAG Awards. Yes, the red carpet delivered plenty of unforgettable moments. Some celebrities continued to support feminist messages and movements like Time’s Up, which started at the 2018 Golden Globes, where almost everyone wore black in protest of sexual harassment in Hollywood. And while the SAGs did, in fact, present plenty of gorgeous red carpet moments, we also noticed some stars wanted to...

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All the Celebrities Wearing Times Up Pins at the 2018 SAG Awards

January 21, 2018 @ 9:45 PM At the 2018 Golden Globes, nearly every star wore black in protest of sexual harassment and abuse, but Sunday night’s SAG Awards red carpet saw a sea of color and even some see-through looks. Does that mean stars stopped speaking up about the movement? Not at all. While some used their acceptance speeches to talk about breaking their silence on harassment, others did on the red carpet during interviews and by wearing pins in support of Time’s Up, the organization that fights to end workplace inequality. Big Sick star Kumail Nanjinani hit the carpet with...

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Retailers Cheer Hedi Slimane’s Return to Céline

PARIS — Hedi Slimane once again electrified the fashion industry — and practically trumped the Paris men’s shows — by revealing on Sunday that he would join Céline on Feb. 1, and extend the brand into men’s wear, couture and fragrance. “I am enchanted, what a great choice,” enthused Karl Lagerfeld, one of Slimane’s most enthusiastic fans, who famously shed 90 pounds in order to shimmy into the designer’s skinny threads. “It will be great.” LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, parent of Céline, disclosed the high-profile hire first to WWD on Sunday as the men’s shows drew to a close, with couture...

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Paris Couture Booms as High Spenders Flock Back

PARIS — Paris Couture Week, which begins today, is back to its usual length after tacking on an extra day last season, but with its momentum intact as luxury leaders report a steady return of high spenders to the French capital. The number of hotel arrivals in the Greater Paris region reached a record 23.1 million in 2017, with tourist numbers expected to rise by 10 to 12 percent versus 2016, a year strongly affected by the aftermath of terrorist attacks, according to the Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau. “The outlook for 2018 indicates that this dynamic is set...

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