Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade Amp Up Couples’ Styling in Tank Top Pieces at Prada’s Menswear Milan Fashion Week Spring 2023 Show

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade elevated couples’ summer styling while attending the Prada spring 2023 menswear show in Milan on Sunday. The pair held court in the front row in thoughtfully coordinated outfits, both centering their look around the same classic silhouette: a tank top.

For the event, Union, styled by Thomas Christos Kikis, wore a sleek and simple beige Prada tank dress that featured a fringed skirt from the mid-thigh to the floor. The skirt danced around the actress’ ankles, accentuating her black Prada stiletto sandals. The 49-year-old accessorized with gold Tiffany & Co. chain earrings, which were on full display with her hair pulled back into a tight bun. Union carried a black and beige Prada mini bag, which was patterned with the brand’s signature triangle.

Turning to a Prada classic, Wade — who was styled by Jason Bolden — wore a black boiler suit, which was worn

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Kim Kardashian Serves Sleek Menswear Style in Navy Blue Suit With Black Pointed-Toe Boots in Milan

Kim Kardashian just proved that she’s a force in fashion. The reality star has been serving up some serious style while out at Milan Fashion Week. On Thursday, she was spotted arriving at a Prada party.

Kim Kardashian arrives at a Prada party during Milan Fashion Week in Milan, Italy on February 24, 2022. - Credit: SplashNews.com

Kim Kardashian arrives at a Prada party during Milan Fashion Week in Milan, Italy on February 24, 2022. – Credit: SplashNews.com

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The industry muse continued with a menswear-inspired aesthetic by stepping out in a navy blue suit. Her oversized blazer was complete with pointy shoulder pads and sleek lapels. The garment also accentuated at the waist, which added a feminine touch to the loose-fitting ensemble. Kardashian paired the sharp jacket with matching trousers.

The former “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star slicked her raven locs back into a bun and opted for her signature neutral makeup. Her accessories immediately stole the show as she complemented her business-casual outfit with

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James Bond’s most iconic fashion, rated by a menswear expert

Screenshots, clockwise from top left: Sean Connery in Goldfinger, George Lazenby in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Roger Moore in Live And Let Die, Daniel Craig in Skyfall, Pierce Brosnan in Die Another Day, Timothy Dalton in License To Kill

Screenshots, clockwise from top left: Sean Connery in Goldfinger, George Lazenby in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Roger Moore in Live And Let Die, Daniel Craig in Skyfall, Pierce Brosnan in Die Another Day, Timothy Dalton in License To Kill
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James Bond is a man who’s all about the details. After nearly six decades on film, audiences have become well aware of his specific proclivities, from his preferred method of transportation to the way he likes his drinks prepared. Given his eye for the particular, it’s no surprise that 007 is also quite the snappy dresser.

Sean Connery’s debonair 007 set a high bar for style, but each successive actor has managed to put their own sartorial spin on the spy, threading in the trends of their respective eras while maintaining a certain timelessness that’s made Bond an

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Highlights from the Paris Fashion Week menswear shows

Written by Ananda Pellerin, CNN

This story was produced as part of CNN Style’s partnership with Paris Fashion Week. See more coverage from the events throughout the year here.

Dressed in a Hawaiian-style Valentino shirt, “Schitt’s Creek” co-creator Dan Levy kicked off Paris Fashion Week Menswear via video from LA on Tuesday last week. Calling himself a “lifelong fan of fashion,” Levy recounted how his own experiences of costuming the characters for his hit show — including the high-concept looks he donned as David Rose — had given him even more respect for the role that clothes play in people’s lives. “A well-constructed garment can help you stand a little taller, carry yourself with a little more confidence, and express who you are without ever having to say a word,” he said.

Dan Levy speaking at the virtual opeing of the Paris Fashion Week menswear shows.

Dan Levy speaking at the virtual opeing of the Paris Fashion Week menswear shows. Credit: Courtesy of

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