Kaley Cuoco’s Real-Life Style in ‘Flight Attendant,’ + Other Modern TV Shows That Will Fuel Fashion in 2021

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As 2021 just begins, it’s safe to say consumers are still glued to their TVs. HBO and HBO Max now have a combined 41.5 million domestic subscribers, up 20% from the year prior, and Netflix reported its fourth quarter 2020 earnings, announcing that the company has surpassed 200 million paid subscribers.

Television on various platforms has provided refuge amid Covid-19, anxiety-inducing politics, job loss, and more crises. Not only has TV been a way to disconnect, but it’s also been an aspirational tool as it continues to shape and influence fashion lovers stuck at home. With no red carpet in sight or street style stars constantly being photographed on the go, viewers have turned to their favorite characters for style inspiration.

“It used to be that ‘Sex and the City’ was all people talked about it because it really was like a show

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Great Outfits in Fashion History: Marianne Faithfull and Mick Jagger Swathed in Capes in 1969

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There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

In addition to showcasing two great outfits from one of music’s coolest couples of all time, the above photo tells a story. It was apparently a chilly day in London in June of 1969, when Mick Jagger was due in court on charges of cannabis possession. His girlfriend at the time, Marianne Faithfull, dutifully accompanied him and they both decided to bundle up in capes — Faithfull’s a tailored cloak style with arm holes [great for smoking (please don’t smoke)], Jagger’s really looking more like a blanket, covering up what was surely a very chic bell-bottomed pinstriped suit. As they say, the couple that dresses

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How to Style a Monochrome Outfit Like Those Worn at the 2021 Inauguration

Though the 2021 Inauguration was a great day for democracy, it was also a great day for fashion. Representing American designers of different genders and races, the Presidential families all stepped out of the Capitol building in head-to-toe color.

Vice President Kamala Harris selected a purple ensemble by Black designer Christopher John Rogers. Purple, a mix of red and blue, represents the emphasis on unity as the country moves forward.

Dr. Jill Biden wore a stunning outfit in blue, with a mask to match, by New York designer Markarian. If this is her debut look, we can’t wait to see what the next four years will bring.

And fashion heavy-hitter Michelle Obama did not disappoint in a burgundy look, by Sergio Hudson.

As for the Biden grandchildren, what a “wow moment. Stepping out in white, pink, and camel, the young women looked like visions of a bygone era,

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Great Outfits in Fashion History (Beauty Edition): Meg Ryan’s Overgrown ’90s Bangs

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There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

At this point, I’m a decades-long fan of Meg Ryan’s hair. (Meg Ryan, the person, too — but, really, her hair.) But for today, let’s focus in on a particular hairstyle she had going on back in 1995 at a charity picnic: wispy, overgrown bangs stretched slightly past the eyebrows, dropping down behind a pair of perfectly-1995-but-definitely-being-sold-now-at-Urban-Outfitters sunglasses. 

Shorter than a bob and verging on a mullet (but, like, in a good way?), the cut could have easily become soccer mom-esque, were it not for the disheveled, piece-y styling of it. Ryan’s dark roots and buttery, multi-tonal blonde highlights give it even less polish, making it

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