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Can we predict what the Hadid sisters will do during NYFW via this bingo card?

As we anticipate the 2017 Grammys (i.e., as we cross our fingers that Rihanna will attend this year), let us look back on some of the Grammy fashion from 10 years ago. Back then, red carpet style was more "high-end prom dress," and not the more conceptual looks we're used to nowadays; The vibe of the night seemed to be "Let me throw on a metallic empire waist dress and go." This is probably because it was a pre-Instagram era. Just a little "social commentary" for ya. See for yourself, link in bio πŸ’ƒπŸ»

Absolutely loving @hayleyelsaesser FW 17 My Little Pony collection πŸŒˆπŸ’•

Sheer dresses, velvet chokers, and, uh, Hillary Clinton were all in abundance at the 1997 Grammys πŸ†Link in bio for more πŸ†

Hold on tight, because this story's got everything: Rihanna, Kylie Jenner, a lawsuit, and fringed jumpsuits.

Last week, Kylie Jenner posted this picture of herself wearing a white fringed jumpsuit to Instagram. As a dedicated Rihanna Outfit Archivist, my immediate thought was, Huh, that looks a lot like the jumpsuit Rihanna wore after the 2016 VMAs. Like, these must be by the same designer, right?
Wrong! Teen Vogue reports that Kylie's jumpsuit was created by Dolls House Fashion, which has been caught in a legal battle with the brand L'Impasse Couture, who custom-designed Rihanna's jumpsuit. L'Impasse sent a cease-and-desist letter to Dolls House Fashion when they took credit for Rihanna's jumpsuit on Instagram awhile back. Who knew fringe jumpsuits could spawn such drama?

While she's not directly involved in the dispute, Kylie Jenner is certainly no stranger to copycatting. Last week, she seemed to make a deal with the makeup artist who accused Kylie Cosmetics of plagiarism. Another day, another Instagram intellectual property dispute.

By Gabby Noone

North West is arguably the most influential fashion icon of the Kardashian dynasty. So it makes total sense that her parents are collaborating on a children's line inspired by the custom clothes they've created for her. Kim subtly announced this news on Snapchat with some footage of North modeling her new li'l ensemble.
Now we just wait and see if there will be children's clothes included in the upcoming Yeezy Season 5 presentation. Until then, I'm sure the question on the minds of many adults will be: "Do you think I can fit into a children's XL?"
By Gabby Noone

If an entire Super Bowl halftime show isn't enough Lady Gaga for you, I have good news. Today Tiffany & Co. announced Gaga will be starring in a 60-second ad that will air before her performance.
The spot is Tiffany's first televised ad β€” first ever β€” and will feature behind-the-scenes footage of Gaga shooting the campaign promoting the upcoming "Tiffany Hardwear" collection. The ad is directed by former Vogue creative director Grace Coddington and shot by famed fashion photographer David Sims, so you know it's going to be good.
This is a first for Tiffany's, but it's also another example of a classic brand employing a pop star to appeal to a younger demo. Remember when Selena Gomez signed on to be the face of Coach back in December?
Wow, I can't wait to tune in to the Lady Gaga concert β€” um, I mean the Big-Time Sporting Event β€” on February 5.
By Gabby Noone

There comes a time in every young girl's life when she must stand up and say ... that she is "over" chokers. Or, at least, that's true for Kendall Jenner.

On her app, Kendall posted a piece entitled, "THE ONE TREND I'M SURPRISINGLY OVER (& THE ONES I ❀️)." She has reached choker ennui. "It's so funny how trends come and go. One minute, I'll be super into something and then next day I feel like I never want to see it again!" she observes. "I know, I was wearing fabric chokers all the time β€” and it's not to say I don't still love them β€” but I'm over them right now." However, she does go on to clarify that she is LOVING chain and diamond chokers as an alternative. Phew!

Like sands through the hourglass, these are the chokers of our lives.

By Gabby Noone

"I have a client who left her job to work on Hillary's campaign...She came in right after the election. I was the first person she called." -@lizloveshair

We caught up with barbers, hairdressers, & nail artists about the politics of small talk. Link in bio.

βœ‹πŸ»Raise your hand if you would also wear this shearling coat in 2017 🀚🏻 We're reflecting on the influence of Mary Tyler Moore's iconic style, link in bio

On Saturday, Rihanna joined us mere mortals in the NYC Women's March. But just because she was marching like one of us doesn't mean she was dressed like one of in bio for more πŸ’…πŸ½