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We Just Tried on the Bra That Claims to Be One-Size-Fits-All

A few weeks ago, I was kindly sent a newly released underwear set from Sloggi, a brand that, in all honesty, I hadn’t really come across before. What really made me sit up and pay attention, however, was the fact that the bra and pants were being branded as one-size-fits-all. Seriously. Coming in a range of colourways, the bra is a crop-top style with a deep-V and thick shoulder straps, while the underwear comes in two fits: high-waisted and hipster. Is it really possible to make something as important as underwear fit all body shapes? I was highly dubious and worried this might be a poorly judged brand message, so was keen to find out… You Deserve to Make Money Even When you are looking for Dates Online. So we reimagined what a dating should be. It begins with giving you back power....

Katie Holmes’s Stylist Gave Me a FaceTime Makeover

Celebrity stylist Allison Bornstein is someone I always look to for great fashion advice. Not only does she dress her clients, such as Katie Holmes, in seriously covetable outfits, but she also makes it a point to make cool style accessible to everyone. In my opinion, she is exactly the type of person we need in fashion right now. Her Instagram (@allisonbornstein6) is an amazing resource for fashion ideas, as she uses the platform to bring her expertise to everyone, not just her A-list clientele. There, she breaks down exactly how to wear wardrobe staples and trends at all price points. Right now, she’s offering FaceTime consultations that walk people through their personal styling questions, meaning face-to-face time with an industry expert to guide ...

How I’m Doing: Tiwa Savage, Zedd, Gunna, Hayley Kiyoko, Ava Max & More Talk Life in Quarantine This Week

When Tiwa Savage, Mr. Eazi and Davido aren’t busy gracing the cover of Billboard this week, they’re finally spending time with their kids, feeding their neighbors and jumping on Zoom calls with the artists they manage. During other Billboard exclusive video interviews, feature stories and podcasts this week, artists from Mario to Hayley Kiyoko told us how much they can’t get enough of their beds during quarantine, whether they’re laying in it for 15 hours while playing Animal Crossing or combating a hangover until 5 p.m. Read how these musicians have stayed busy in their humble abodes below. Sherry Vine “I honestly haven’t had any panic moments. I think working out and cranking out videos and parodies has...

Future Cars: 2021 and Beyond

They may be out of favor right now, but traditional three-box cars will never go away. To make sure, automakers around the world are pouring enormous resources into design and engineering to keep sedans, coupes, and convertibles as interesting and as compelling as possible. Whether they’re built for fun, luxury, a bit of both, or just to get you where you need to go, the cars of the near future will offer more style and technology than ever as they try to woo you away from joining the SUV herd. Cadillac Celestiq See all 13 photos What’s New: The Celestiq is a massive four-door, four-passenger, full-size electric car with big wheels and a hatch instead of a trunk. It will be a hand-built grand tourer with tons of executive-style space in the very wide back seat. A tinted glass r...

More Mini Prices: 2020 Mini Countryman Adds Cheaper Oxford Edition Trim

The Mini Hardtop Oxford Edition brings some of the model’s most desirable features to a low-cost trim. Now, Mini is offering the value-oriented package on the Countryman, and it drops the crossover‘s entry price by a considerable amount. Prior to the introduction of the Oxford Edition, an entry-level Countryman started at $29,250. The new trim, however, brings the crossover’s price of admission down to $26,750. The Oxford Edition is available in both Cooper and Cooper All4 variants. The latter includes all-wheel drive and raises the cost of entry to $28,750. See all 31 photos Countryman Oxford Editions get all the standard equipment of the Classic trim, including a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment display, leatherette upholstery, rear parking sensors, and a panoramic sun...

What’s New On the 2020 Mazda CX-9?

The current-generation Mazda CX-9 has been around since 2016, and it represented a critical step forward for the automaker. Based on the SkyActiv platform, Mazda’s midsize crossover got a polished look thanks to the new Kodo design language, making it more premium inside and out. Like with all Mazdas, the CX-9 is one of the best-driving SUVs in its segment thanks to its punchy turbocharged engine and well-tuned transmission. For the 2020 model year, the CX-9 got a midcycle refresh, and that includes important updates to its interior, as well as an increase in torque. More Videos Need to Know: Mazda CX-9 Signature 2015 LA Auto Show Mazda CX-9 First Test: 2019 Mazda3 From the Pressroom: the 2019 Mazda CX-5 2019 Hot Wheels™ Legends Tour: Charlotte 5 Cool Things: the All-New 2020 ...

Wait, Kramer Drove an Experimental Chevrolet on “Seinfeld”?

It’s no secret that Jerry Seinfeld is a car enthusiast. In fact, his namesake television show includes numerous nods to his automotive interests: Jerry’s fridge features a Skip Barber Racing School magnet; posters of Porsches line the walls of his apartment; and Kramer, Jerry’s across-the-hall neighbor, drives an experimental 1973 Chevrolet Impala. Yes, Kramer’s green Impala—the car that famously dons the license plate “ASSMAN” in the Seinfeld episode “The Fusilli Jerry“—is no ordinary Chevy, but one of 1,000 1973 Impalas that General Motors furnished with an experimental front airbag system dubbed the Air Cushion Restraint System (ACRS). How do we know? Well, take a look at the car’s interior in episodes such as “The Race” ...

This French Grandmother Just Landed the Coolest Modelling Gig in Fashion

The lockdown has provided endless challenges for businesses around the world, however, it has been amazing to see which brands have quickly innovated and thought of ways to carry on working while still closely following the restrictions. As photoshoots have now been cancelled, one of the main hurdles for fashion brands is how they can photograph their upcoming collections. Models are shooting campaigns by themselves on their sofas and photographers are transforming front rooms into makeshift studios. One of the best solutions I’ve seen is Jacquemus’ latest images, where the designer, Simon Porte Jacquemus, photographed his grandmother Liline among the spring blossom in France in his designs. It’s the perfect snapshot for summer 2020 when family is top of mind fo...

6 Epic Celebrity Throwback Outfits I’d Happily Wear Today

Given the state of the world right now, I have found myself longing for simpler times. Between watching reruns of old Friends episodes and perusing vintage celebrity images on Instagram, it seems I have a serious case of nineties nostalgia. Though my new obsession with all things old has not just become a way to pass the time, it’s also proven to be quite a fruitful exercise in outfit inspiration.  Between the faded denim, clean tailoring and simple silhouettes, many of the chic celebrity looks I’ve come across from the decade would not feel out of place over 20 years later. In fact, several of the outfits feel so modern, I’d happy re-wear them today if I could. Jennifer Aniston sported a floral maxi to an event in 1997, which looks eerily similar to m...

The Best Face Masks for Every Single Skin Concern

If the last few weeks have taught us anything about beauty, it’s that a face mask really is the ultimate form of self-care. With a bit more free time on our hands, I think it’s safe to say we’re all masking more than ever. In fact, our Who What Wear editors’ instant chat has seen talk of masks increase tenfold. Where as previously we’d reach for a face mask once in a blue moon, when our skin was looking particular dismal, now we’ve found ourselves asking if there is such a thing as too much masking. And the answer is, kinda, sorta. You see, face masks shouldn’t be used flippantly. They contain some of the most hardworking and potent ingredients around, meaning they have the ability to make or break your complexion. If you ask me, it is all too often because of this blas...

17 Women Who Prove It’s Seriously Chic to Let Your Hair Go Grey Naturally

If you have spent the best part of your life worrying about the inevitable arrival of grey hairs, you’re not alone. In fact, since 2018, Pinterest searches for “going grey” have increased by 879%—and we totally get it. After all, going grey requires a whole bunch of hair decisions to be made. While full-colour transformations and highlights prove popular options for those going grey, the maintenance and upkeep can be very expensive. On top of the financial aspect of covering grey hairs comes the pressure to keep them hidden. For many years, there has been an element of shame that comes alongside going grey. So much so that grey hair is cited as the number one hair concern for women in the UK. At the moment, with salons still closed for the time being, it seems people far and wide are at a ...

Rolls-Royce Sells a Handbuilt Toy Cullinan SUV for $17,100 (Before Extras!)

Ever since long-term paramour Arbitrage Ken traded his plastic-fantastic Dreamvette for a bespoke Roll-Royce Phantom several years back, Bel-Air Barbie has found herself listless and indecisive when scanning her fleet of 1:8-scale conveyances. “Should I take the Trademark licensed Volkswagen New Beetle or Fiat 500? I clearly can’t be seen in one of those license-dodging quasi-brand cars, like the vaguely Jag F-Type ‘Convertible Vehicle’ or the almost-Wrangler ‘Off-Road Vehicle!'” And next to Ken’s car, that hoary pink plastic Corniche just won’t do. So, what about a Cullinan SUV? See all 9 photos Rolls-Royce making Bel Air Barbie’s dreams come true, with a 1:8-scale Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV built to the same exacting standards as Arbitr...