Aaliyah’s Good Hat Hair and Sporty Lip Gloss

This look feels just as wearable in 2020 as it was in 2000.

Aaliyah at a Revlon charity event in 2000.
Aaliyah at a Revlon charity event in 2000.

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.

Aaliyah, in addition to being a bright talent in the music industry lost too soon, was also easily one of the most significant beauty icons of her time. (I mean, not just anyone gets a MAC makeup collection in their honor.) So of course she managed to make a simple black baseball cap look chic as hell for a charity walk. 

When I came across the above photo of Aaliyah attending a philanthropic Revlon event back in 2000, I was struck by how simultaneously

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13 Buzzy Lip Balms That Will Replace Your Cherry Chapstick

Neon-bright eyeshadows in the summer. Moody black nail polishes in the winter. Floral fragrances for spring. We know, groundbreaking. But in 2020 — when we’ve all been stuck inside for so long that the seasons have all sort of blended together — fashion and beauty trends are following suit.

The recent rise in loungewear clothing has led to a rise in loungewear makeup, including comforting lip-care products that you’d typically see in the colder months. But these tinted glosses, cushiony balms, and glossy oils are far more appealing than the half-used tub of Carmex buried in the pocket of your winter coat. From Summer Fridays to KNC Beauty, some of your favorite skin-care brands have taken on the lip-care category with gorgeous results.

Whether you’re looking to keep your mouth moisturized under your face mask or you want shiny, plump lips for your next FaceTime date,

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Patrick Starrr Reveals Beauty Brand, One/Size

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Patrick Starrr wants to bring “all-encompassing diversity” to the beauty industry.

Since Jan. 1, the Filipino beauty influencer has been asking his 4.6 million Instagram followers and 4.4 million YouTube subscribers to film themselves saying the following phrase: “Makeup is a one size fits all.”

The “ultimate gag,” Starrr said, is that phrase is the messaging for One/Size, his first cosmetics company and joint venture with Luxury Brand Partners. One/Size will debut at Sephora online on July 17 and in stores on July 30. Starrr will reveal the initial product offering and pricing via social media.

In the seven years since he uploaded his first YouTube video, Starrr has become one of the leading voices in the beauty influencer industry. He paired with MAC Cosmetics in 2017 for a product collaboration that industry sources estimated would surpass $25 million in sales. The one-off

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These Fashion and Beauty Brands Are Creating Scholarships for Black Students

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Fashion and beauty brands are continuing their efforts to support the Black Lives Matter movement with scholarships and mentorship programs specifically for Black students.

Major brands and designers, such as Adidas, Gucci and Virgil Abloh of Off-White and Louis Vuitton men’s have responded to the recent protests surrounding the police killings of unarmed Black people across the country and the Black Lives Matter movement by launching scholarship opportunities for Black students in fashion and other industries.

Fashion universities, such as the Parsons School of Design and the Fashion Institute of Technology, have also pledged support to their Black students with new scholarship and mentorship programs.

Here, WWD looks at the fashion and beauty brands and universities that are creating scholarships for Black students.

Virgil Abloh

Louis Vuitton men’s wear designer and Off-White founder Virgil Abloh has raised $1 million to benefit Black

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