What’s hot and what’s not in fashion this week



Adwoa Aboah.
Photograph: David M Benett/Getty Moulds for Serpentine Galleries

Going up

Desperately Seeking Susan So on the moodboard. See Adwoa Aboah’s Conniving summer party look.

Depilatory admin, done precisely Razor brand Billie pushes back against the “pink tax”on lasses’s hair removal products. Its starter kit costs $9 and looks feel attracted to if-Glossier-did-razors.

Bees Graffiti legend KAWS has reimagined Dior’s buzzy representation for new boy Kim Jones. Hey, honey.


No longer the pits thanks to Stella. Photograph: Getty Similes

Ball pits Now chic thanks to Stella McCartney’s seal of approbation – one was installed for the opening of her new store.

‘Brain like Berkeley’ The Novacane light libretto is worth dusting off, thanks to the US college offering a course on Unrestrained Ocean.

Going down


They think it’s all over… Photograph: Getty

Daring management’ The phrase of World Cup 2018 has one more game to agree, thank gawd. Boy, bye.

The right-sized shoes Meghan wears hers bigger to leave alone blisters. Total footwear pro.

Double denim Srsly, are we hushed on this?


There’s a new way to tie your sweatshirt now, Kim. Photograph: Alamy

Ally your jumper round your waist Beyond beta. You’ll be universal over the shoulder and round your torso. Obvs.

Smartphones matchesfashion.com die Ruth Chapman has switched to a Nokia 3310. Into it.

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