So, it seems that “hybrid” arrangements are the future of work for the majority of professionals. Meaning, some days in the office and some days continuing to work from home. But does that mean that now we need two work wardrobes? Ugh! Not to worry. Our ace correspondent Funto Omojola has spoken with the stylists and fashion experts Eileen Nguyen and Samantha Brown. And she’s sharing their expert fashion tips on the 5 best ways to take your trusted work-from-home (WFH) wardrobe outfits back to your office in style. And vice versa. These essential wardrobe pieces will easily do double duty – making them the best work-from-home and office hybrid fashion out there right now.
Ready to put your money where your mouth is? There’s a lot of discussion about how to foster entrepreneurship and business ownership among women and the BIPOC community. But what can we do on a day-to-day basis to make it happen? Of course, we can seek out female- and BIPOC-owned businesses to shop with. Now there’s another way. The Seneca credit card is cool new way to support women in business. Our correspondent Julie Murphy Chang has curated a list of our 12 favorite luxury finds when using the Seneca women credit card that helps support female-owned businesses.
Women drive the vast majority of the revenue and profit generated in the global world of luxury apparel, accessories and beauty products. And yet, we still don’t sit in the driver’s seat at the top of the big global companies that own the brands we love. In our ongoing mission to find and showcase talented women and people of color in the world of luxury, we went in search of the next generation of women influencers. Our correspondent Funto Omojola has curated a list of 8 top female influencers, many of whom are Black or women of color, in luxury fashion and beauty to know about and follow on Instagram and social media in 2021. ‘Cause the future of luxury fashion and beauty rests in their capable hands.
Who among us wouldn’t love to be as chic, authoritative and just downright gorgeous as former First Lady Michelle Obama? She has become a global style icon and a role model for people who want to show up as warm, powerful, femme, relatable – and beautiful. Our ace correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has curated a list of spring outfits Michelle Obama style, both casual and formal, that demonstrate how to dress like the former First Lady and channel Michelle Obama’s iconic fashion style in spring 2021.
Wither men’s fashion as we emerge from the fog of the coronavirus pandemic in 2021? Having worked for a year now in sweatpants, shorts and tees, are even those in the most conservative professions really going back to tailored suits, ties and hard-soled shoes? Our correspondent Tomas White has a style report on the outlook for business attire for men as this year unfolds. Here’s our take on how the coronavirus pandemic has changed work fashion in 2021 in 3 big and lasting ways for men in a post-COVID world.