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HAUTELEMODE : AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 2020 FASHION REVIEW

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The American Music Awards 2020 was a whirlwind of fashion choices. Jennifer Lopez chose to wear an off the runway Balmain two piece set, which many said was less than flattering. Megan Thee Stallion appeared in Area, the budding young New York brand, and I’m hoping their relationship continues in the future! Doja Cat wore two different Vivienne Westwood looks, and while I can’t truthfully say I loved them, I think it’s a relationship I’m willing to keep my eye on.

Maluma wore Thom Browne and while separately their both HOT, together I don’t know what to do with myself. David Dobrik needs to step up his game, and I’m hoping he’ll channel some Eastern European aesthetics with Balenciaga in the future. Billie Eilish is beginning to bore me, and I hope that in her next era, she stops giving us Missy Elliott reproductions and pivots her style to something a bit more original. BTS went from somber to Dynamite in two different suiting styles, and I wasn’t totally mad! Overall, I wanted more, but willing to take what I’m getting.

Those Mentioned:

24kGoldnBebe Rexha – Julien MacDonald

Billie Eilish – Skoot Apparel

BTS

Cara Delevigne – Dolce & Gabbana + Dior

Ciara – Balmain

Dan Smyers

Shay Mooney

David Dobrik

Doja Cat – Vivienne Westwood by Andreas Kronthaler

Doja Cat – Vivienne Westwood by Andreas Kronthaler

Dua Lipa – Versace

Dua Lipa – Versace

Iann Dior

Jennifer Lopez – Balmain

Jennifer Lopez – LaQuan Smith

Katy Perry – Acne Studios

Lewis Capaldi – Vans

Lil Baby – Prada

Machine Gun Kelly – Balmain

Maluma – Thom Browne

Maluma

Taraji P. Henson – Giorgio Armani

Taraji P. Henson – Pyer Moss

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We Need To Talk About Kamala Harris’ Vogue Covers

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We Need To Talk About Kamala Harris' Vogue Covers

We Need To Talk About Kamala Harris’ Vogue Covers

Kamala Harris has become many firsts for the United States. First Female Vice President, first Black Vice President, first South-Asian Vice President, and now first Vice President to appear on the cover or covers of American Vogue. The covers have become quite controversial though, as it’s been reported Anna Wintour & Vogue changed the intended cover the Harris’ team expected. Twitter, Instagram, the Washington Post were alight with comments and opinions on the cover. I want to break down the covers, the designers involved, the history of FLOTUS on the cover, and how we shouldn’t expect all that much fashion from Kamala just because she’s a woman!

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Hautelemode YouTube Video : The Bridgerton Costumes Make No Sense

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Hautelemode YouTube Video : The Bridgerton Costumes Make No Sense

Bridgerton is the hit Netflix TV show that follows the wealthy Bridgerton family through Regency England! The show was directed by Shonda Rhimes and chases around the Bridgertons, the Featheringtons, Queen Charlotte, the Duke of Hastings, & Lady Danbury as they romance and intertwine their lives, and as far as the show goes I had a good time watching it.

I liked it so much that I started to make a video about the show, but realized that the show is nowhere near historically accurate when it comes to its garments! But luckily, I found that the showrunners and costume designer had no desire to make the show historically accurate, which made it a really fun mishmash of styles and references that were diverse and cool to explore! So let’s talk about Daphne, the Duke, Anthony, Penelope, Marina, Lady Featherthington, Lady Bridgerton, Queen Charlotte, Lady Danbury & more in this exploration of the show!

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