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How This Season of Westworld Nails Roaring ’20s Style

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To begin the costuming process, Beebe and her team began by researching the 1920s and pulling up fashion images from the decade. In her research, she found it was an especially dressy decade, thanks to a surging economy at the time. “That time period was much more formal than we dress today,” says Beebe, “Everyone was in a suit, jacket, and tie with a hat. The flapper girls were the partiers of the bunch.” Since much of the episodes thus far have taken place within the art deco Butterfly Club, she put emphasis on party wear and flapper dresses in particular. “We were very authentic with the silhouettes and the styles,” says Beebe, who dressed actors in boyish-cut shift dresses with beaded embroidery, often finished off with headpieces, hats, and gloves (more is more!). The men, meanwhile, wore the sharp suiting, overcoats, and fedoras that were popular during the era. 

Beebe had to keep in mind that the 1920s town was in fact a theme park run by a corporation that would spare no cost when it came to verisimilitude. “We absolutely did not want it to look costume-y,” says Beebe. “Nothing looked brand-spanking new. We did go to the trouble of aging things down a little.” To give it that authentic look, she sourced many vintage 1920s pieces from various rental companies in L.A. “We brought back racks and racks of pieces,” she says. “We were pretty fortunate that there were quite a bit of 1920s to be found locally.”

Photo: John Johnson/HBO

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30 Glorious Old Photos of Olivia Newton-John

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The tributes came pouring in when the news broke that Olivia Newton-John had died at the age of 73 on August 8, 2022. Archival pictures of the star—in scenes from Xanadu, in her candy-colored “Physical” era, or as Sandy in Grease—swiftly swept social media, as the world learned the actor and singer had succumbed to cancer, a disease she battled for 30 years. 

In addition to her glittering showbiz career—Newton-John won four Grammys, among other awards—the star was a dedicated activist, campaigning for environmental causes and animal rights, as well as the advancement of cancer research. Revisit vintage photographs of Olivia Newton-John’s early days of stardom, below. 

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Kesha Wore a Sheer Black Mesh Dress With a Thong and Nothing Else

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Kesha’s latest look is a strong argument for freeing the nipple (not that there needs to be an argument for freeing the nipple, folks!). 

For dinner with her mother at Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica on Saturday, August 6, the “Tik Tok” singer wore a skintight completely see-through black mesh dress. Underneath the long-sleeve maxi dress, she wore nothing but a black thong. The sheer fabric includes ruching pattern throughout, and the sleeves were laced from wrist to shoulder.

Kesha styled the whole look simply, allowing the dress to make a powerful statement. She wore her hair in a high bun with little to no makeup (bare is the theme of this outfit) and simple gold hoop earrings. For footwear, the singer opted for stylish black heels. She also brought along an elegant silk black robe with white lining as an overcoat to cover up her exposed body on her own terms. 

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In contrast, Kesha’s mom, Pebe Sebert, wore a flowy white kaftan. 

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Katie Holmes Gives the Boho Halter a Fresh Summer Feel

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Katie Holmes has been out and about with her new man, composer and musician Bobby Wooten III, this past week in New York City. The couple has been taking various strolls in the park (ah, blossoming love!). For their latest outing Tuesday morning, the duo braved the heatwave in light, summery looks. It was Holmes’s statement top that immediately caught our eye: a bohemian halter top with XL fringe. 

Holmes’s halterneck crop top by Chloé is an elevated take on groovy dressing, especially given that it’s made of woven silk and retails for $2,350. (She’s been on a real Chloé kick lately, having worn the label’s bold striped knitwear last month). Though fringing feels like more of a fall-winter staple, the piece’s open back and cropped silhouette made it feel seasonally appropriate. The star also styled it well with black high-waisted trousers, a structured crossbody bag, and blue ballet flats (which, by the way, are having a cool girl comeback). 

We’re totally on board with her head-turning top. For one, it’s perfect for twirling through the park with your new beau, like something out of a rom-com. But secondly, it commands attention while keeping the fit easy and breezy. Sure, a more simple halter top will forever be a summer staple—but we love the idea of having a few hero pieces in the wardrobe that pack a much bigger punch. And this one’s definitely a knockout.

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