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Today, the word "trendsetter" just doesn’t hold the same cache as it did back in the day. Mainstream was the way ladies of the past swam, so when sartorial rebels made a splash, it was cannonball style! And now that nonconformity is the cardinal rule for every fashion cognoscente, we feel the need to give some props to the pacesetters who made being a black sheep chic.
From the ultimate editrix, Diana Vreeland, to bohemian bon vivant Anita Pallenberg and decadent British darling Wallis Simpson, we’re forever grateful to these five iconic rebels. And, since their styles still resonate today, we’ve concocted a handful of cool ensembles inspired by each pioneer's singular taste. So, give a nod to your avant-garde ancestors, and soak up some of our secrets to making your own major fashion waves this summer.
Hilary Duff sure has come a long way since her Disney days. Now a noted Brooklyn mom, she's traded her Limited Too-sourced Lizzie McGuire looks for elevated, colorful separates and playful prints. One thing that hasn’t changed since we were 12? We still want to steal her outfit. Over the weekend, Duff headed to brunch read
The current trend in coverage makeup is all about multitasking. Foundation will always be about evening the skin tone, but instead of treating it as face paint to spackle on and cover yourself up with, new formulas can transform skin while providing coverage. Some standout examples are Perricone MD’s No Foundation read