LOS ANGELESThe fabulous photos have arrived. The videos are being shared on social media. LA Fashion Week, which took place in October, has come and gone. However, Art Hearts Fashion, celebrating its tenth anniversary, deserves a closer look.

One could describe the Art Hearts Fashion shows in March and October as the Oscars of the runway in Los Angeles. The company was founded by designer Erik Rosette, who also has his own line called Mister Triple X.

To commemorate this milestone of ten years of shows, industry icon For The Stars Fashion House made a comeback. The four nights of runway shows took place at The Majestic in downtown LA. Several winners from Project Runway participated in the event, while bi-coastal designer Richie Rich joined from New York. In its early days, Paris Hilton graced the runway for this incredibly fun line. This year, the team welcomed designer Nizie, who is new to America and is rebuilding her brand after leaving war-torn Ukraine.

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Next up is fashion week in early 2045. The Art Hearts Fashion shows are scheduled to take place from March 21st to March 24th, 2024.

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Georgia women’s basketball guard Chloe Chapman does more than you might think off the court, turning a passion project into a successful business during her tenure as a Bulldog.

The almost 23-year-old has always been artistic and is a textiles, merchandising and interiors student working towards her master’s degree.

Chapman came to UGA with a love for fashion. Shoes, clothes, accessories, the works. The idea of starting a clothing brand/store presented itself, and so it began: ‘Create What U Can’t Have.’

“I wanted it to be just something unique that other people could connect to, not just myself,” said Chapman, who posted four points, five rebounds and six assists Monday in the Bulldogs’ win against Georgia Southern. She wrote in an Instagram caption: “I’m creating what you can have.”

Chapman gathers inspiration daily. Whether it’s from a song − she likes Chris Brown and a good throwback tune − or what she witnesses on a walk from her apartment to the basketball facilities, or her favorite designers like the late Virgil Abloh, the visionary of Off-White and head of Louis Vuitton men’s wear.

Like many artists, things that drive her emotions and what she’s dealing with in life tend to manifest in her streetwear collections, design after design.

She put the gas in the tank for ‘Create What U Can’t Have,’ or CWUCH for short, in her first year at UGA. She said once the name was nailed down, it was about finding vendors, manufacturers and advertising. CWUCH has both an Instagram account that’s built up almost 700 followers and a website and Chapman promote on all facets available to her.

Her Georgia teammates and coach Katie Abrahamson-Henderson have been supportive of the endeavor.

“We did a talent show kind of thing for team bonding, and she made this really

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While many young celebrities have adopted ’90s and early-2000s fashion trends, there’s one star who’s mastered it every time: Olivia Rodrigo. Although she’s only 20, the pop singer has quickly become a budding style maven to watch, from being a Disney Channel star to becoming one of Gen Z’s most beloved artists. While her journey is still evolving, Rodrigo has produced many fashion moments for us to enjoy, from her captivating performances to her August 2023 Vogue cover.

Since first capturing the world’s attention with her breakthrough single, “Drivers Licence,” Rodrigo has gravitated toward silhouettes that are relatively simple yet statement-making, especially on the red carpet. Just days ago, she attended the 38th annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in a Valentino LBD with a rosette at the neckline and chunky heels to match, in line with her usual aesthetic. She rocks minidresses and boots with almost every appearance, and her red sweetheart Magda Butrym design, sequinned chest-cutout Grammys afterparty dress, and purple Versace corset at the iHeartRadio Music Awards are prime examples. She also dabbles with gowns, from her ’90s-inspired slip dress for the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame Gala to her black-and-white Thom Browne floral sheath for the 2023 Met Gala.

The “Sour” musician’s street style is just as noteworthy, where her penchant for vintage shopping is made even more obvious. Most notably, Rodrigo visited the White House in a vintage Chanel pink tweed suit and six-inch platforms, effortlessly nodding to the archival trend from the Parisian fashion house. She’s also showcased a host of edgier looks, including the cropped sweater, camo miniskirt, and infamous Marc Jacobs platform boots she wore for an art exhibit and the Hellcat baby tee and Miu Miu loafers she sported while out in New York City in September.


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Elena Arenas shows off her sculpted abs on social media!

The artistic gymnast, who competes alongside her bestie Olivia Dunne for LSU, dropped jaws on Instagram when she shared a sizzling set of snaps.

Elena Arenas Stuns In A Cut-Out Dress

Arenas rocked a white mini-dress that she wore for her birthday. The garment had a skintight fit that helped highlight her hourglass silhouette. Its one-shoulder design also accentuated her toned arms, while the straight neckline bared a glimpse of her décolletage.

The cut-outs below displayed a glimpse of her sculpted midriff. Meanwhile, the lower part of the dress formed on the curves of her hips down to her upper thighs. Notably, the tie-up feature made the dress even shorter — allowing the athlete to showcase her toned pins.

Elena Arenas Is Ravishing In Red

For the special occasion, Arenas pulled up her hair in a ponytail and wore a full face of makeup, which included a red lipstick that suited her nicely.

In terms of accessories, the LSU star accessorized with a dainty necklace and a pair of dangling round earrings.

Striking Poses For The Camera

The first photo saw the 22-year-old standing against a white backdrop. She popped her hip to the side and placed one of her hands on her waist. While smiling and looking straight into the lens, the gymnast touched her brunette locks using her other hand.

Arenas showed the back part of her dress in the second snap. She placed her right hand on her head and looked over her shoulder to face the camera.

Elena Arenas Gives Another Rear View

A swipe to the right showed Arenas striking a similar stance. This time, she

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The Corteiz brand has not just entered the streetwear scene; it has revolutionized it. With a blend of gritty, unapologetic aesthetics and quality that speaks volumes, Corteiz has carved out a niche that resonates with the urban soul. In this expansive guide, we will journey through the exclusive range of Corteiz apparel, examining the distinct qualities that make the Corteiz hoodie, Corteiz cargos, Corteiz tracksuit, Corteiz T-shirt, Corteiz shorts, and Corteiz hat not just clothing, but a statement.

The Unmistakable Corteiz Hoodie

The Corteiz hoodie is the quintessence of comfort meets style. Designed with the bustling city life in mind, each hoodie is a blend of heavyweight cotton and sleek design, offering durability without sacrificing the urban edge. Whether you’re navigating the concrete jungle or lounging in the comfort of your abode, the hoodie’s snug fit and soft interior provide a haven of comfort.

Why a Corteiz Hoodie Stands Out

  • Quality Material: The use of premium cotton ensures longevity and a soft touch.
  • Unique Design: Signature graphics and slogans are a staple, making each piece a wearable protest.
  • Versatility: A perfect fit for diverse occasions, from casual outings to statement-making events.

The Robust Corteiz Cargos

Moving on to the Corteiz cargos, these are not just another pair of pants. These cargos are a canvas of expression. The robust stitching and tactical pockets underscore functionality, while the relaxed fit echoes the streets’ unencumbered ethos.

Features that Define Corteiz Cargos

  • Durability: Crafted to withstand the daily grind with reinforced stitching.
  • Functionality: Ample pockets strategically placed for convenience.
  • Style Statement: Available in earth tones and bold patterns that mirror urban landscapes.

The Iconic Corteiz Tracksuit

Corteiz tracksuit are synonymous with movement and flow. As you stride through the urban sprawl, the

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According to the FIG regulations, none of the members of the Olympic champion team could be accepted as neutral.
According to the FIG regulations, none of the members of the Olympic champion team could be accepted as neutral.

There is an established order and it’s quite clear. The sports federations of each country are the local arm of the corresponding international entity. Example: The FFF (Fédération Française de Football) is the French branch of FIFA. As such, they are autarchic organizations in which States cannot intervene except in very severe cases of corruption, violence or the like. In addition, the vast majority of international sports entities, which are part of the IOC, hold many of their autonomous decisions regarding the Olympic leadership field.

This, which in almost all cases is logical and even healthy, in the so-called Russia Case would justify the search for common codes, at least on the way to Paris.

Russian and Belarusian athletes had been excluded from International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) competitions in March 2022, shortly after the invasion of Ukraine. On July 19, the decision to make this exclusion more flexible was announced and this week, details of the conditions for this return were announced: any athlete who wishes to obtain and compete under the status of “individual neutral” will have to submit an application to FIG. Those approved will be eligible to compete in events starting January 1, 2024.

As recommended by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), only individual gymnasts will be accepted “in no way” as teams representing the Russian Federation, the Republic of Belarus, the National Olympic Committee (NOC) or the National Federation (NF).

As a first requirement regarding geopolitical conflict, the FIG requires that those who aspire to be considered neutral athletes cannot “have acted against the peace mission of the Olympic Movement by actively supporting the war in Ukraine”. In addition, it will be essential that there be

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With each season of Netflix’s “Selling Sunset,” the cast’s wardrobes grow bolder and more memorable. Now, on Season 7, the cast doesn’t fail to deliver when it comes to over-the-top fashion, from Chelsea Lazkani to Chrishell Stause. The “Selling Sunset” outfits are famously dressy – think 7-inch heels worn to open houses – and sometimes they’re even borderline outrageous (namely, Lazkani’s viral vagina purse).

In fact, Lazkani put it best when it comes to styling her memorable looks for the show. “When you’re on a cast with a number of ladies and you all have different body types, you’ve got to know what your best assets are,” she told POPSUGAR, adding: “I’m not 5’9″ like the rest of the girls, I’m 5’5″, but you may think that I’m a lot taller than I am because I show off the parts of me that are flattering. I think everything is about angles and knowing what works for you.”

It’s safe to say the rest of the women on the cast – including Heather Rae El Moussa and Mary Fitzgerald – all abide by that rule. Keep reading for everything to know about the “Selling Sunset” outfits.

Where does the “Selling Sunset” cast get their outfits? Does the “Selling Sunset” cast wear their own clothes?

While most castmates simply shop their own closet, Emma Hernan did collaborate with creative consultant Kendall Finzer for her wardrobe of thigh-high slits and monochrome suit sets.

In season 5, former castmate Christine Quinn worked with stylist Kat Gosik on her eye-catching looks. (In May 2023, Quinn alleged that “Selling Sunset” producers pressured the cast to adhere to a revealing dress code. Netflix, Lionsgate, and Done and Done Productions did not immediately respond to POPSUGAR’s request for comment.)

Does the “Selling Sunset” cast actually dress like that?

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Several years ago, Keith Nielsen was feeling less than cheerful when a friend told him about an internship opportunity with the costume department of the TV series “Mozart in the Jungle.”

After graduating from the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Fla., in 2015, he had hoped to find a job that merged his interests in fashion design and entertainment. When he couldn’t, he started working in retail. He said he had begun to feel depressed about his career by the time his friend mentioned the internship.

His only experience in costuming had been on student films, but Mr. Nielsen, who said his grandmother had taught him to sew, got the internship. “On the ‘Mozart’ set, I listened and learned,” he said.

Mr. Nielsen, now 30, worked on the show through its final season, rising from an intern to a costume coordinator. Afterward, he started to get more costuming jobs, including for productions at the Westchester Broadway Theater, now closed, and for the TV movie “My Adventures With Santa,” which was released in 2019.

The movie tapped into Mr. Nielsen’s longtime fondness for Christmas, he said, and since then, he has been hired as the costume designer for about a dozen TV Christmas movies.

This year, he oversaw costumes for four films: “Mystic Christmas,” a romance set in Mystic, Conn.; “Where Are You Christmas?,” a largely black-and-white movie that imagines a world without the holiday; “A Merry Scottish Christmas,” which was filmed at a castle in Scotland; and “A Biltmore Christmas,” which was filmed at Biltmore House in Asheville, N.C. All were for the Hallmark Channel.

Working with the theater helped prepare him to take on films, he said, because he learned how to better manage fittings and deadlines while becoming more familiar with outfits from different historical

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In the realm of artistic expression, creativity knows no bounds. Many famous artists, known for their mastery in traditional mediums, have often ventured into uncharted territories, giving rise to a diverse array of captivating and unexpectedly beautiful creations. From intricately designed doors to wearable art in the form of dresses, these unconventional masterpieces redefine the boundaries of artistic innovation. In this exploration, we ‘ll unveil ten extraordinary and oddly beautiful creations from the portfolios of celebrated artists, each a testament to the limitless potential of human imagination.

Image Credit: harimaolee / Masterworks.com.

1. Salvador Dali’s Surrealist Lips Sofa

In 1935, Salvador Dalí, widely regarded as the foremost Surrealist artist of his time, crossed paths with the British collector and poet Edward James, a kindred spirit in their shared passion for Surrealist art. James was the leading advocate for the Surrealist movement in Britain. Their connection deepened into a profound friendship, with James becoming an ardent collector of Dalí’s masterpieces. In 1936, Dalí sojourned at James’ London residence, an occasion that sparked a flurry of creative brainstorming sessions for Surrealist objects and furnishings. It was James who proposed the audacious idea of crafting a sofa inspired by Dalí’s work, “Mae West’s Face which May be Used as a Surrealist Apartment” (1934 – 35). This extraordinary piece envisaged the vivid scarlet lips of Hollywood luminary Mae West transformed into seating for an otherworldly room arrangement.

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Image Credit: Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

2. Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Reclaimed Doors

Basquiat’s painted doors serve as a testament to his ability to infuse even the most mundane objects with profound meaning, transcending their utilitarian origins. His use of vivid colors, dynamic brushstrokes, and enigmatic symbols creates a dialogue between the

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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at UCLA chapter.

We’re at UCLA, just minutes away from Beverly Hills and global superstars. This is quite literally one of the world’s fashion hot spots, so when I walk down Bruinwalk every day it feels like I’m at fashion week (even our Bruin Bear is sporting a little silver duct tape moment right now too)!

One of my favorite things I look forward to every day is admiring the creativity and diversity of the fashion that makes our campus extra special.

If you’re a friend of mine or even an acquaintance, you likely know that my sense of style is very important to me. However, this week I decided to take matters out of my own hands. This week, I tried seven of our trendiest aesthetics from some of the most stylish students (and some of my favorite people whom I am EXTREMELY grateful for, and this article would not be possible without this incredible group).

background breakdown: what’s my style?

I would describe my style in three words: “pastel cottagecore girly.” My favorite sources of fashion inspiration include Pinterest and YouTube. Specifically, my favorite sources of style inspiration are Peyton Elizabeth Lee, Sabrina Carpenter, Jenelle Eliana, Alexis Mueller, Kate Li and AlexaSunshine83 (whom I met 4 years ago while thrifting and is the nicest influencer ever)! My color palette is PRIMARILY PINK, but I love to incorporate white and other pastel colors too. I enjoy accessorizing with jewelry, but I exclusively wear rose gold jewelry. I NEVER wear any other metal color.

Day 1: edgy grunge

For day one, we’re starting off strong with one of my best friends, Madison (who actually came up with this article idea, so thank youuuu)!


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