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Hailey Bieber’s Minimalistic Fashion Evolution Through the Years: Photos

Cutouts! Catsuits! Cargo! Hailey Bieber — née Baldwin — is notoriously Hollywood’s It-Girl. The influencer has long been hailed as a fashion icon, even before marrying Justin Bieber in 2018. Together, the couple has slayed at the Met Gala, Grammys and Billboard Music Awards, serving up major #couplegoals. Hailey, however, is still a moment on her own. The model slays every red carpet she steps foot on, gracing Us with her elegant but minimalistic style. She favors slip dresses and figure-hugging frocks that all come in muted shades and earthy tones. Her go-to brands include Saint Laurent, Elie Saab, Cushnie et Ochs and Zuhair Murad. The dirty-blonde beauty’s off-duty wardrobe is also pretty sweet — thanks to distressed denim, beanies, loafers and combat. While on a date with the “Peaches” singer in New York, the trendsetter wore a casual mini dress by Wardrobe NYC. The adorable ensemble was finished with buttons lining the center, and she paired it with a pair of knee high boots by Gia Borghini x RHW and Balenciaga sunglasses. One of the Rhode Beauty founder’s most standout looks came at the 2022 Met Gala. The theme that year was In America: An Anthology of Fashion, and she delivered the drama. Bieber commanded attention in an ivory Saint Laurent masterpiece, featuring a halter neckline, loose fit, and thigh-high slit. She paired the pearly number with a feathered cape and sheer black tights. For glam that night, the Arizona native rocked a dewy face, feathered brows, rosy cheeks, light mascara and pink lips. Her locks were parted down the middle and styled in her signature slicked back bun. She teamed the delicate getup with diamond earrings. Another killer look she sported was at the 2nd Annual Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Gala in October 2022. The beauty guru

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  • March 24, 2023

Black Women Who Changed the Game in Fashion [UPDATED]

Photo:  frederic meylan/Sygma (Getty Images)

Photo: frederic meylan/Sygma (Getty Images)

Throughout history, Black women have been on the cutting edge of fashion as designers, models and magazine editors. But although they consistently set the trends, they’re not always given the respect or credit they are due.

So we thought we’d take some time to honor the women who have broken down barriers and blazed trails in an industry that has been less than welcoming to people of color. These are just a few of the most influential Black women in fashion history.

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Robin Givhan

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - APRIL 11: Robin Givhan attends The Fashion Scholarship Fund 85th Annual Awards Gala at the Glass Houses on April 11, 2022 in New York City.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – APRIL 11: Robin Givhan attends The Fashion Scholarship Fund 85th Annual Awards Gala at the Glass Houses on April 11, 2022 in New York City.

Editor Robin Givhan has covered fashion from practically every angle. Her honest, no-holds-barred approach to writing about the industry made her the first fashion writer to receive the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism in 2006.

A long-time fashion editor and critic for The Washington Post, Givhan has written about everything from Jill Biden’s inaugural dresses to a critique on the choice of Pharrell Williams as the new Men’s Creative Director at Louis Vuitton in the Washington Post.

Brandice Daniel

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 30: Brandice Daniel attends the 2022 Footwear News Achievement Awards at Cipriani South Street on November 30, 2022 in New York City.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 30: Brandice Daniel attends the 2022 Footwear News Achievement Awards at Cipriani South Street on November 30, 2022 in New York City.

Brandice Daniel founded Harlem’s Fashion Row in 2007 as an agency dedicated to uplifting designers of color. Her commitment to the cause has provided emerging designers opportunities for mentorship, publicity and connections with well-established brands like Nike.

Donyale Luna

American model and actress Donyale Luna, March 1966.

American model and actress Donyale Luna, March 1966.

Born Peggy Ann Freeman, model Donyale Luna was discovered in her hometown of Detroit in 1963 by photographer David McCabe, who was visiting on assignment. Luna

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  • March 12, 2023