‘Emily in Paris’ Icon Sylvie Takes Paris Fashion Week

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, who plays our favorite pencil skirt-wearing Parisienne, attended the Ami Fall 2022 show in a chic, sheer dress.

Philippine Leroy Beaulieu at the Ami Fall 2022 show as part of Paris Fashion Week. <p>Photo: Pierre Suu/Getty Images</p>
Philippine Leroy Beaulieu at the Ami Fall 2022 show as part of Paris Fashion Week.

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Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, a.k.a. Sylvie of “Emily in Paris,” channeled the Saint-Tropez-beach-dancing, bikini-over-pencil-skirt side of her fictional character at her latest real-life outing.

On Wednesday, Leroy-Beaulieu attended the Ami Fall 2022 show at Paris Fashion Week in a dress that left little up to the imagination. She channeled the subtly-sexy style of her on-screen counterpart — maybe not-so-subtle, considering it was completely transparent. The long-sleeve body-hugging, ankle-grazing sheer dress was a chic, ultra Parisienne front-row moment that not even Sylvie, who oozes meanness, could snub her nose at.

Leroy-Beaulieu swapped a pointed-toe pump for strappy sandals and sported a red manicure (just as any self-respecting French woman would), adding intrigue

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Model Viktoria Kay’s bold fashion sense catches the eyes of many

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Viktoria Kay is very well-known throughout the world of fitness, fashion and beauty. With her stunning physique, she grabs the attention from anyone who lays eyes on her. Born in Budapest, Hungary and raised in Germany, Viktoria now lives in Los Angeles, California. She is continuously staying active on many social media platforms such as Instagram and YouTube. With her warm personality and distinctive style, Viktoria has made a name for herself in the fashion industry. With her consistent content, she has proven her fashion sense to the world. Furthermore, she monetizes her channels through try on hauls, product reviews, and more.

Viktoria Kay continuously leaves her followers stunned with each post that showcases her love for fashion, beauty, and fitness. If you were to take one look at any of her social platforms, she will leave you in awe. However, she is more than just

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Andre Leon Talley, Vogue Editor and Fashion Legend, Dies at 73

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Roy Rochlin/Getty for Tribeca Film Festival

Fashion icon Andre Leon Talley has died at 73.

Talley died at a hospital in White Plains, New York, according to TMZ. A cause of death has not been revealed.

Often clad in giant, flowing robes, Talley was a towering figure—he stood six feet six inches tall—in the heyday of America’s most prominent fashion magazine, Vogue. Talley headed the glossy publication’s fashion news division from 1983 to 1987, became the its creative director in 1988, and then moved on to the role of editor-at-large, which he held until 2013. He continued to contribute to the magazine afterward.

Born in 1948 in North Carolina, he attributed his sense of style and eye for fashion to the churches he attended growing up with his grandmother, who raised him after his parents left. It was there around age 9 that he first found Vogue at

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Newspaper says biggest fashion trend for men in 2022 will be dressing like a child

The biggest trend in men’s fashion this year will be dressing like a child, The Wall Street Journal has declared.


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Men’s fashion editor, Jacob Gallagher, says in 2022 we should be prepared to see more adventurous colours and accessories on men.

According to Gallagher, the trend has begun to emerge in recent years with celebrities like Pete Davidson and Justin Bieber wearing beaded charm necklaces, the popularity of tie-dye and bright colours.

Fashion has been a hot topic particularly as new trends emerge. Last year a TikTok that hilariously slated 2000s fashion went viral and Lil Nas X caused controversy by releasing trainers with human blood inside them.

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This year we’re apparently going to be seeing a lot more people dressing like tweenagers, as the trend – dubbed “kidcore” –

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