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5 morning must-reads: Pippa Middleton opens up about her bridesmaid dress, and how to finally have a Cher Horowitz closet
From killer swimsuits to your best beach reads (and hot-weather makeup to stay pretty in the sun), we have your summer beach style down.
[ElleCanada.com] As if you could ever have a closet like Cher Horowitz: Metail, a London-based online technology company, just launched a digital fitting room where users can enter their height, weight and bra size to create their own 3-D model on which to try on Alaïa, Calvin Klein or anything tartan.
[WWD] Fresh off the coattails of the Met’s
Charles James: Beyond Fashion exhibit, the Anna Wintour Costume Center is taking a turn for the sombre this fall with
Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire. The exhibit will present about 30 funerary dresses from 1815 to 1915, including some worn by Queen Victoria and Queen Alexandra.
[Fashionista] Pippa Middleton finally comments on that white dress that made her the most infamous, show-stealing bridesmaid in the world: "I think the plan was not really for it to be a significant dress. Really just to sort of blend in with the train," she said. "I suppose it’s flattering—embarrassing, definitely. It wasn’t planned."
[Vogue UK] Here at ELLE Canada, flowers get you everywhere.