A Month-By-Month Guide To Making Your Wardrobe More Sustainable

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Scammer & Accidental Style Icon Anna Delvey Has Been Released From Prison

Anna Sorokin, who posed as a German heiress named Anna Delvey to grift her way into a luxurious Manhattan lifestyle, has been released from prison this week after years of backlash for her famous SoHo scam. The 30-year-old scammed friends and banks out of tens of thousands of dollars in cash and services, including trips to Morocco and a private flight to the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting. After spending the last few years in prison at the Albion Correctional Facility in upstate New York, Sorokin was released on parole Thursday, NBC News reports. In April 2019, Sorokin was convicted by a Manhattan State Supreme Court jury on four counts of theft services, three counts of grand larceny, and one count of attempted grand larceny. The following month, New York Justice Diane Kiesel sentenced Sorokin

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Making a Case for Utility Fashion Amidst the Pandemic

It’s been a year since street style lived up to its pre-pandemic exuberance. In a “normal” Fashion Week, we’d post hundreds of images documenting the energy and expressive style of models, editors, buyers, and influencers at the shows. What was once a reliable cadence governed by specific dates and times—Vogue’s Phil Oh never missed a big show!— has now become a giant question mark.

For the record, there are always stylish people on the streets; the medium pre-dates Fashion Week. But when it came to capturing the (limited) action at the Milan menswear shows this weekend, our photographer Gianluca Senese trained his lens on the models zig-zagging between photo shoots and live-streamed shows. As a result, the images are a bit quieter than we’ve seen in the past, and there’s a good chance these models didn’t expect to be photographed this season.

That means we’re getting a glimpse

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