Stars Wearing the Sexy Fashion Trend

Bye bye, sideboob! Underboob has become the hottest new fashion trend of 2022, with celebrities rocking the look in everything from evening gowns to bikinis.

The daring fashion trend was featured prominently in the Giambattista Valli Paris Fashion Week show in early March. The Italian fashion designer used large center cutouts in the middle of his dresses that not only showed off plenty of upper abs but a lot of underboob as well.

His celebrity fans ate up the look, wearing the underboob designs to his show. Vanessa Hudgens rocked an adorable red halter minidress with a daring high left thigh slit. But as if that wasn’t flirty enough, the frock featured a plunging scoop neckline to go with the large mid-section cutout. The top was held together by a small white strip of fabric across the center of Vanessa’s chest, as she proudly flaunted both cleavage and underboob for

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The Queen ‘does style, not fashion’ and so is always on trend

The Princess told Women’s Weekly in Australia that the Queen had an “extraordinary perspective” on current affairs, valuing history while supporting the many different leaders she had worked with in their own right.

“It’s a very difficult thing to put your finger on,” she said of her mother’s legacy. “I doubt if there’s a single description that would fit the bill.

“There is an element of constancy here in terms of attitude to service and recognition of service, the values that individuals bring… I think she’s been able to support that and bring those people to the fore in a way that is so important.”

Of her late father, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Princess described his “unwavering support” for the Queen in the face of a tough start to royal life.

“I’m sure it wasn’t very easy to begin with because there was no such thing as a

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Fast fashion’s increasingly rapid trend cycles are driving major overconsumption

How social media is stoking the already raging flames of environmental issues in the fashion industry and what we are doing about it

Fast fashion has been a mainstay of popular culture for decades. From the fabulously wealthy to the wannabe millionaire with expensive taste, people rely on trendy clothing that’s accessible to all. But a recent increase in the rate at which we cycle through trends has sparked concern: particularly among the TikTok-loving, newly minted environmental advocates of the younger generation. 

Looking back, rising levels of globalization and offshore manufacturing in the ‘90s led to the development of unsustainable fast fashion as we know it today—a chic, flashy beast, fashioned from inhumane conditions and gargantuan contributions to greenhouse gas emissions. That being said, overconsumption is not an entirely modern issue. In fact, calls for sustainable fashion have been around since the flower power movement of the ‘60s, but the

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From Fit Pics to Fashion Week, Personal Style Is Better Than Any Trend

If the fall 2021 shows prove anything, it’s that emotion and poetry are back. At Louis Vuitton, Nicolas Ghesquière, a designer who popularized total-look style with his stylist Marie-Amélie Sauvé in the aughts and teens, pivoted to a more melange look, coupling tulle skirts with hoodies, crystal embroideries with leather jackets, and poet tops with mannish blazers. Over at Ghesquière’s alma mater Balenciaga, Demna Gvasalia continues to reflect true street style back at his customers, playing up strange, sometimes surreal, pairings like medieval armor with jeans and sweatpants. Julien Dossena’s Paco Rabanne collection was glitzy in a real way, slip dresses with boyish coats and fluffy kerchiefs. Marine Serre’s upcycled tartans look more like the way real people might clash plaids than the refined Prince of Wales checks popular in the early 2010s. Collina Strada styled its collection in the vein of its designer, Hillary Taymour, while Ibrahim Kamara, arguably

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