Gigi Hadid Undercover!

I spy . . . ten great coats for covert operations and wicked surprises.

 

Photographed by Sean Thomas | Fashion Editor: Jorden Bickham

Hair: Charlie Taylor; Makeup: Emi Kaneko
With support from CSi Rentals

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Tis’ a Season to Remember: Get Nicola Peltz’s Best Beauty Moments Of the Summer!

We got all the exclusive details from Nicola Peltz’s glam squad on how to recreate her best hair and makeup moment’s from her Transformers press tour.

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Travel Like an Editor: Hit the Hamptons with Violet Gaynor

As InStyle’s Senior Fashion Editor, Violet Gaynor oversees InStyle.com’s fashion and accessories stories. Every weekend in the summer, she escapes New York City and heads to the Hamptons to soak up the sunshine. Follow her on Twitter @VioletGaynor and on Instagram @theglowdotcom. The Hamptons have been part of my life since I was born. I […]

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5 Music Videos That Depict Utopia

Music videos have long been big-budget vessels for artists and directors to dream up fantasies, some of them all-out utopian visions of the future. With so many films and books depicting a modern world gone awry—think The Hunger Games or District 9—we’ve rounded up five music videos that take a more hopeful view, complete with digital emoji butterflies.

Mariah Carey feat. Cam’Ron, “Boy (I Need You),” 2012

Mariah Carey’s “Boy (I Need You)” video is a fully formed imagination of a not-so-distant utopian future—Carey teamed up with director Joseph Kahn for a Japanese-inspired glittering dreamscape in which robots help apply your lip gloss, digital butterflies frame your face, and speeding cars race through Tokyo.


Lady Gaga, “Born This Way,” 2011

At the peak of her anti-bullying, pro-gay crusade, Lady Gaga created a visual utopia in which she was Mother Monster of an entire universe that had no prejudice but at least one male model covered head-to-toe in a tattoo of his skeleton.


TLC, “No Scrubs,” 1999

TLC dared to imagine a perfect world in which scrubs were an endangered species, with three badass ladies to protect us from any remaining broke, big-talking jerks. In fact, the entire FanMail album was a sort of musical cyborg manifesto that predicted Twitter and saw the future as a promised land of connectedness and community. “Communication is the key to life,” says Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes on an album interlude. “Communication is the key to love. Communication is the key to us. There’s over a thousand ways to communicate in our world today. And it’s a shame that we don’t connect.”


Björk, “All is Full of Love,” 1997

Robots could be sources of anxiety and fear for some, but in Björk’s groundbreaking music video directed by Chris Cunningham, two cyborgs have a capacity for romance just like humans.

Michael Jackson feat. Janet Jackson, “Scream,” 1995

At the time the most expensive video ever made: Michael Jackson created a beautiful monochromatic spaceship that was like a pleasure cruise of leisure. He and his sister floated in a zero-gravity paradise in which you could conjure up famous works of art like they were TV shows with a remote control, meditate in an outer-space Zen garden, and play what looks like the most fun game of solo racquetball the future could dream up.

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Designer To Know: Charles Elliot Harbison and His Buzzy Namesake Label

After working for Billy Reid, Luca Luca, and Michael Kors, North Carolina native Charles Elliot Harbison (pictured, below) started his own label in Brooklyn last year and immediately drew notice for his eclectic blend of prints, fabrics, and inspirations (e.g., his fall collection was equal parts Sade and Pocahontas). It isn’t easy starting out when […]

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