Style: 6 Pieces The ELLE Team Bought This Month That We Can’t Stop Raving About

Music's most stylish superstars

  Music's most stylish superstars Musicians and performers are easily the most influential brand of celebrities. They not only grace us with the gift of music, but also express themselves visually in ways that push the wheel of fashion forward. Iconic superstars from Bowie to Badu have made equally earth-shattering marks on music and on style. The antics and outfits of certain musicians have become cultural treasures that will be emulated and appreciated for generations to come. Ready to admire? Read on to look at some of the best-dressed denizens of music.

Ever wondered what a beauty writer or shopping editor buys outside of work? Well, wonder no more because the ELLE team have shared their favourite online shopping purchases for the month. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Ever wondered what a beauty writer or shopping editor buys outside of work? Well, wonder no more because the ELLE team have shared their favourite online shopping purchases for the month.

Online shopping has completely changed the way we curate our wardrobes.

From endless options at our fingertips (scrolled through in the comfort of our pjs, we might add) to the ease of having our every purchase delivered right to our door, it's hard to cast our minds back to a time without it.

But, that doesn't mean it's without its flaws—we've all seen the 'what I ordered versus what I got' disaster TikToks or received a pair of jeans that have clearly disregarded a standard size guide.

Zoey Deutch's 'Not Okay' Press Tour Fashion Is Just As Colourful As The Movie Itself

  Zoey Deutch's 'Not Okay' Press Tour Fashion Is Just As Colourful As The Movie Itself While Zoey Deutch is promoting her latest movie, 'Not Okay,' her press tour looks are just as colourful as the film itself. Read on for more details.Of course, in order to discuss influencer culture effectively, the movie needed to lean heavily into the entire concept of existing online, which naturally filtered into the wardrobe choices. Y2K fashion reigned supreme, with our controversial protagonist Danni Sanders, sporting a range of quintessentially early 2000s staples.

For shopping lovers, it's a calculated risk we happily take, but it's also the reason genuine reviews are so valuable before committing to our next buy. That's why the ELLE Australia team are sharing the personal purchases we've made each month that we can't stop raving about.

See inside our shopping bags, and snap them up for yourself, below.

Pink is still the new pink: Designers say it's here to stay .
It has been the hottest colour on the runways since 2016, going from pale to millennial to just plain hot and pink here to stay.US content creator Emma Chamberlain appears in pieces from Italian luxury label Valentino's all-pink collection on the cover of Vogue Australia's September issue and street style looks at Copenhagen Fashion Week this month were dominated by pink. On the plastic back of Barbiecore, the tireless trend continues on clothing racks in Australia.

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