This Valentine’s Day, Shop Lingerie Sets From Women-Owned Brands

There’s been a big shift in the lingerie world in recent years. Now, some of the best lingerie sets on the market hail from women-owned brands, where the male gaze is no longer the main drive behind the designs. Many lingerie brands for women, by women, like Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty, Vogue favorite Araks, or Kim Kardashian West’s Skims prioritize a flattering fit and comfort. Even better, they offer a wide range of sizes and shades of nude.

This Valentine’s Day, treat yourself to a new lingerie set that just feels good, whether you’re wearing it out or under your WFH wardrobe. Here, Vogue breaks down some of the best women-owned lingerie brands—some new, some tried-and-true. Shop the beautiful, confidence-boosting lingerie sets for women, by women that can help put some pep into your step this Valentine’s Day and beyond.

Mary Young’s eponymous brand was founded in 2014 in an

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Joe Biden’s daughter and granddaughter rocked menswear looks on Inauguration Day, and people can’t get enough of their fashion

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The Biden family poses on Inauguration Day. Joshua Roberts/Getty Images
  • Joe Biden’s daughter and one of his grandchildren attended inauguration events in menswear looks.

  • Maisy Biden, his granddaughter, wore sneakers with both a pantsuit and dress on Wednesday.

  • His daughter Ashley Biden opted for a tuxedo and pointed heels.

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The first family rocked standout fashion throughout Inauguration Day – but people can’t get enough of the menswear looks worn by two members of President Joe Biden’s clan.

During the Inauguration ceremony and parade-route walk on Wednesday, Biden’s granddaughter Maisy Biden was photographed wearing a dark suit jacket, matching flare pants, and a turtleneck sweater. The outfit, which also included a black mask and leather gloves, contrasted the vibrant dresses worn by her sisters.

Maisy completed her three-piece look with a pair of unreleased Air Jordan 1 Mid sneakers, which are meant to “pay

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Meet Sandy Pierre | Day In the Life of a Fashion Insider

Conquering the to-do list takes a little extra motivation in 2020. Many of us have found ways to rise to the everyday, but thriving under the pressures of the new norm is just part of the job for Sandy Pierre. A marketer for Elle’s publisher, Hearst, Sandy navigates a demanding schedule while still finding time to be an active leader in her community.

Pierre is also the co-founder of Hearst Black Culture, which aims to lift Black voices from within the Hearst brand portfolio and beyond. She launched the coalition in 2019 as a means to address the lack of diversity she witnessed on her own team. “I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to create [Hearst Black Culture]: a space for Black employees where they feel safe, where we can amplify Black voices, and help HR recruit more diverse talent.” Naturally, leading simultaneous roles within one

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Everything that happened at day three of London Fashion Week


If the second day of London Fashion Week was all about pushing the pandemic to one side, the third was about bringing it back to centre and ruffling feathers in its face.

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, London Fashion Week has been forced to radically overhaul its usual proceedings. In previous seasons, the schedule would be packed with presentations, runway shows, and exhibitions taking place all over the capital. Now, the industry is adapting to a new normal, one that has seen real-life runways replaced with digital ones, while presentations are either conducted in small groups or in one-on-one appointments.

While the second day saw two designers – Bora Aksu and Mark Fast – stage socially-distanced catwalk shows, day three was an entirely digital affair. Things got off to an unexpected start at Richard Malone, who served up an abstract feast of tonal ensembles and materials he’d experimented with

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