Talk about sticker shock: The $600 price tag for Joe Pohlen to rent a car for two days was twice as expensive as his plane ticket.
While the pandemic put homewear at the top of the trend agenda for more than a year, its domination of the fashion sphere seems to be on the wane. Joggers, sweaters and slippers are now heading back into closets, as people aspire to more sophisticated fashions and a more dressed-up, dynamic style, at a time when many countries are starting to ease covid-19 restrictions.
The Hollywood Reporter has named Law Roach as its most powerful stylist of the year, saluting his most spectacular looks -- as worn by the likes of Zendaya -- as well as his influence in the industry. But who is this self-styled "image architect," who doesn't hesitate to break with convention in order to make fashion more inclusive?