These are the stories creating headlines in style on Tuesday.
Dua Lipa covers Vogue
Dua Lipa stars on Vogue‘s June/July 2022 protect, photographed by Tyler Mitchell, sporting a sheer netted Prada dress above a major and shorts also by the label. In an accompanying interview with Jen Wang, the British–Kosovar Albanian pop star discusses her marriage with spirituality, releasing new songs through the early stage of the pandemic, her tight-knit Kosovar neighborhood and new music. Vogue
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How Hill Property Home’s Nell Diamond made donning PJs in public fashionable
Matthew Schneier profiles Hill Dwelling Residence founder and CEO Nell Diamond for New York Magazine, checking out how the “proudly personally privileged” entrepreneur “persuaded so several ladies to wear pajamas in general public.” “Around and more than, Diamond has declined to be shamed into discretion with a doggedness seemingly born of optimism, stubbornness, and backbone,” writes Schneier. “But if Diamond’s diamond way of life alienates some, it appears to be to draw in buyers.” The Slash/New York Magazine
Vanessa Friedman on ‘sustainable fashion’
Vanessa Friedman delves into the phrase “sustainable fashion” for The New York Moments, exploring how it is oxymoronic and problematic in building strides toward a far more environmentally aware field. “We will need a better way to body the dialogue. So we are going to use ‘responsible fashion’: a time period that refers to a environment in which all gamers, from the client to the C.E.O., the manufacturer and the farmer, take responsibility for their portion in the source chain and the innovative procedure, and for the selections they make,” writes Friedman. “It may perhaps seem semantic, but it is the variation involving an end aim that appears impossibly, maybe discouragingly, out of attain, and the course of action of at least trying to get there: move by move, increment by increment, final decision by selection.” The New York Occasions
Who What Dress in has been acquired by Future
Clique Brands’ manner platform Who What Don has been acquired by media firm Future, which is also the publisher of Marie Claire. Per Tianwei Zhang for WWD, the conditions of the offer have not been disclosed, and Ohana & Co —an financial investment lender which also lately advised Violet Grey on its sale to Farfetch — served as an adviser.
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