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Whether it’s undoing a terrible fashion choice or reliving a memorable moment, going back in time is something you’ve probably thought about on more than one occasion. Actress Sofia Black D’Elia can relate—sort of. The brunette beauty stars in this month’s sci-fi adventure film Project Almanac, out today. In the movie, she and a group of friends build a time machine hoping to alter past events. Off-screen, however, D’Elia admits she wouldn’t change a thing, especially when it comes to her standout resume, which includes a breakout performance on the MTV series Skins, a part on the final season of Gossip Girl (as Nate’s love interest, no less), and an exciting role in the 2016 Ben-Hur remake (more on that later). We caught up with D’Elia to talk about her career, the one event she wouldn’t mind experiencing over again, and more. 

Unless you’ve been living off the grid for the past few weeks, you already know all about the buzzworthy collection Alexa Chung designed for AG. Replete with everything from T-shirts to overalls, there’s a lot to love. But judging by what sold out almost instantly, the dresses are the real stars of the collection. Which brings us to the inspiration behind today’s roundup of totally cute, Alexa Chung-esque denim dresses for every budget, style, and occasion. Click through to see and shop all 13 styles.  

As beauty junkies, we have overflowing vanities and wouldn’t be mad at a dedicated storage unit for all our purchases—call it product creep. But as any beauty junkie worth her salt scrub knows, among the vast collection of lotions, potions, serums, polishes, primers, and more, certain heroes stand out as the A+ all-stars: They are the products you love enough to run out of. 

When it comes to age and style choices, we’re not here to judge, only guide. Today’s topic? Flirty footwear. Thanks to its intriguing lace-up detail and romantic vibe, this shoe falls into the “no age limit category.” In our opinion, if you’re up for strapping on the stunners and you still got it, then why not flaunt it? Scroll through to see how women of every age pull off the style!

I’ve called Los Angeles home for four years, and while the year-round warm weather is certainly appealing, it’s not the only thing keeping me here! The city has so much to offer in terms of great food, shopping, and fitness, and I’m constantly discovering new hotspots and local hidden gems. From my favorite fish and chips joint to the best facial in town, here’s my guide to LA. 

Take a detour from the expected mini dress evening route, and layer a lace slip dress underneath a belted printed kimono. Slip on a pair of black pumps to add the perfect finishing touch.

We’re excited to share that our former Senior Editor, Kat Collings, has been appointed as WhoWhatWear.com’s first Editorial Director since its 2006 launch. You’ve may have read some of Collings’ many stories over the past several years. A few of our favorites are The Secret to Wearing High Heels Without Any Pain and 16 Style Lessons Learned From Sex and the City.

Gift shopping—especially for your special someone—can often be difficult. And when it comes to Valentine’s Day gifts, unless you’re sticking with flowers and chocolate, there’s nothing easy about it. How do you strike the right balance of “I love you,” or “I’m just getting to know you and I like you,” and “I’m not a total cheeseball”? To help, the Domaine editors have hand-selected 25 gifts that will do the trick (and in style). Shop our top picks for the men in your life below.

Whether you hit the gym, hike the trails, or stick to a quick at-home video, getting your fitness on probably requires a second (albeit smaller) wardrobe. Leave it to sites like Free People and Net-a-Porter (to name a couple) to make it insanely easy to shop for supportive bras, sleek leggings, comfortable sneakers, and all the other essentials you need to get fit, while looking stylish. What are you waiting for? Scroll through to score the coolest workout gear.

Sure, trends come and go, and it’s important to stick with the classics when appropriate, but the truth is that trendspotting is fun, plain and simple—plus, it’s essential if you want to stay ahead of the fashion curve and discover new looks you’ll love. Maybe you’re more of a white sneakers type, or perhaps you vibe more toward the print trends of the season. Whatever the case, we’ve come up with five easy ways to pick up on the latest fashion trends. Keep scrolling to master the art and science of trendspotting! 

On the casual-to-dressy spectrum, Super Bowl parties tend to fall at the furthest, most laid-back end. On one hand, that’s great—our feet need a rest from heels every once in a while! On the other hand, mastering the casual-cool-girl vibe can be a balancing act. Not to worry though, because today we’ve rounded up 11 killer outfits that are that just the right combination of relaxed and fashionable! Keep scrolling to see our favorite game day looks. (Can you say touchdown?)

In terms of the most annoying fashion problems, having your strapless bra slowly slip down your torso is right up there with dealing with the pain of high heels or trying to untangle your hopelessly knotted necklaces. Plus having to constantly shimmy your errant bra back into place is not the most attractive behavior. Thankfully, you can find the solution right in your lingerie drawer. All you need is a detachable bra strap (though, full disclosure: It only works with strapless bras with removable straps). Intrigued? We thought you might be.

You don’t have to be a super fan of the hit ABC drama Scandal to appreciate Olivia Pope’s (Kerry Washington) incredible sense of style. She did, after all, inspire an entire collection of power pieces available at The Limited. Yet, while we love Pope’s White House-ready pantsuits and polished sheath dresses, it’s her next-level outerwear—a collection of belted trenches and luxe wrap coats—that are every bit as enticing as the series’ cliffhangers. In honor of the show’s season four return (tonight at 10pm), we’re revisiting some of Pope’s greatest outerwear hits and showing you how to get the look!

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley does many things well, from dressing for a girl’s night out (have you read her tips?), to looking polished at the airport (her packing list is a must-see). During some recent casual Instagram stalking, we came upon yet another one of the model’s talents: necklace layering. Thankfully for us, Huntington-Whiteley has a formula down— she usually pairs any number of shorter necklaces with a body chain (and sometimes adds a pendant necklace for variety). The combination of short and long chains is downright stylish and completely worth copying.

In her first column for Byrdie, our inspiring celebrity contributor, Julianne Hough, told us how she stays motivated and fit during the holidays (hint: dancing is involved). With the first month of a new year nearly under our belts, Hough is sharing her healthy-eating, happy-living secrets. From her favorite pre-workout nosh, to the one rule she abides by when it comes to indulging, she’s got a plenty of great advice...

No matter how many photos you may have seen of a particular celebrity, one fact remains almost universally true: When you see the star in person, she is likely to look either significantly shorter or, sometimes, significantly taller than you thought. Some of it is camera tricks, sure. Or styling tricks. But in many cases, it’s simply that it’s hard to gauge a person’s height until you’re standing next to them.

Blame it on The Devil Wears Prada, Cathy Horyn’s scathing comments, or the over-the-top instagrams of Anna Wintour’s assistants, but the fashion world is one industry with a lot of myth and hype surrounding it. Sure these tidbits can be entertaining, but if you’re actually looking to work in fashion, we thought it might be useful to reveal some of the realities—the straightforward truths that aren't often discussed. We asked each of our Who What Wear editors (as well as our co-founders!) for a nugget of fashion industry wisdom, which they think anyone interested in a similar career might find useful.

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Pierre-Yves Roussel and Tory Burch

Tory Burch, Conchita Wurst and Dita Von Teese were among guests at the charity fundraiser.

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To celebrate reaching 200,000 Instagram followers, the designer is offering customers the chance to win a year’s supply of shoes.

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He has illustrated the lingerie label's spring campaign images.

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Fashion companies' trading was also varied Friday morning, with Asos gaining nearly 10 percent and Brunello Cucinelli dipping almost 7 percent.

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The country’s apparel industry is aiming to improve working conditions and boost exports to the European Union and United States.

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The Hong Kong Retail Management Association said most retailers registered mid- to high-single digit increases during the holiday season.

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The company said gains from the sale of the Decléor and Carita brands to L’Oréal S.A. boosted its bottom line as higher costs bit into operating profit.

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"Ooh la la, it's so beautiful in here," Madame Figaro's Nicole Picart trilled as she entered Céline's pre-fall presentation.

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Another fast-fashion player is arriving on Fifth Avenue.

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Giorgio Armani Privé Couture Spring 2015

Couturiers lavished spring looks with a profusion of blooms.

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The Oscar de la Renta scent Extraordinary.

The fashion house is getting ready to unveil the first scent of its one-year-old licensing pact with Inter Parfums Inc.

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St. John campaign imagery for the Web site and social media shot by Theo Wenner.

St. John Knits Inc. is trying its hand once again at reaching a younger audience with a new advertising agency and campaign.

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The company snapped up quintessential tween lines Bonne Bell and Lip Smackers, owned by Aspire Brands.

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It's the end of an era for Jones New York. Sycamore Partners said it would discontinue the Jones New York wholesale business and close its retail locations.

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One of two t-shirts designed for Loft by Chris Uphues.

Chris Uphues' cheerful, childlike graffiti art can be seen all over the streets of Brooklyn, where the artist is based, as well as Chicago (his hometown).

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The companies both turned in profit declines for the final three months of 2014 — but it was Amazon that came out on top in the eyes of Wall Street.

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They might be low on the beauty-box radar screen, but the company is a powerhouse and has its finger on the pulse of the beauty industry.

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Olivier Polge

The perfumer is set to launch his first scent, the latest in the house’s Les Exclusifs lineup.

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The cover of “Menswear Illustration.”

The book focuses on 40 illustrators, including up-and-comers, some of whom are best-known for drawing men, and others who are better-known for their women.

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The 2013 acquisition of Maidenform and 2014 purchase of DBApparel helped Hanesbrands Inc. exceed earnings estimates in the fourth quarter.

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Most people will lie when asked about the most difficult parts of romantic cohabitation. One side will tell you

On a bleary-eyed morning last summer I walked into my parents’ kitchen to find my

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Art, poetry, culture and craft wove a common thread through Maison Valentino’s Spring 2015 collection, in which beauty and artisanship were decidedly eternal, and...

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We all have our own visions of paradise. But Karl Lagerfeld’s is surely one of the best. As the lights went up, the custom-built...

There were no numinous crinolines or overextended trains on display at Georgio Armani’s Privé collection – this time the 80 year old, legendary couturiér designed a...

Vinyl thigh-high boots aren’t usually the first visual that comes to mind when one thinks of Christian Dior Haute Couture, but with designer Raf...

Coco Chanel and Janis Joplin may be an unlikely pair of muses, but Giambattista Valli drew inspiration from both the icons of classy chic...

For Olivia’s most recent magazine spread with FLARE Magazine, we had to take the stunning images shot by Jason Kim and make them shop-able...

This collection was a celebration of two things: Curves and curls. Before the show, Donatella Versace described it as being “about cut, and the...

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