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Top 5 on-court little black dresses

This week in Stuttgart, Nike ambassadors Simona Halep, Elina Svitolina, Aryna Sabalenka, Marketa Vondrousova and Belinda Bencic have taken the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix courts decked up in Nike’s black NikeCourt Victory Polo Dress—a classic, timeless, yet modern look offering up stretchy fabric and a sleek racerback.

In honor of this, take a look at five memorable on-court little black dresses: (All by Getty Images)

Maria Sharapova, 2006 US Open

Remember Audrey Hepburn’s little black dress in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”? The Russian’s winning dress in New York was reminiscent of that little number. Sharapova lifted the second of her

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Kylie Jenner Turns Heads in a Mind-Bending Dress & These Futuristic Boots That Are About to Be Everywhere

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Kylie Jenner broke out spring’s must-have boot this week for a visit to celeb-favorited sushi spot Nobu.

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The beauty mogul stepped out on Wednesday night in bold fashion, opting for a bodycon maxi-length dress with a long-sleeve finish; the number also came coated in a mind-bending, optical illusion-like print in shades of white, yellow and brown.

As if her look wasn’t edgy enough, the Kylie Cosmetics founder tapped one of her favorite brands: Amina Muaddi,

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Bold colors and ruffles: People are buying dresses again

But the clothing item that has been relegated to the back of people’s closets in the work-from-home era is moving back up. As social activities pick back up, there’s a reason to glam up again.

Chains like H&M (HNNMY), Anthropologie (URBN) and Macy’s (M) say they are seeing increased demand for dresses lately and are introducing new styles to try to cash in on pent-up demand.
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H&M rental suit service looks to dress men for success at interview | Fashion

Do you remember your first job interview? If you’re anything like me you spent as much time thinking about what to wear as the interview itself.

H&M have tried to lessen that pressure, launching a suit rental service ONE/SECOND/SUIT that allows men to borrow a suit, free of charge for 24 hours, for that all important first impression.

Dress codes for job interviews are incredibly intimidating: you want to impress, blend in and also somehow conjure up the spirit of the organisation with just one outfit. “Research shows that it takes less than one second for an employer to judge

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The Oscars Dress Code Is Kind of a Bummer

Photo-Illustration: by The Cut; Photos: Getty Images

Before the Oscars this Sunday, the show’s producers — Steven Soderbergh, Stacey Sher, and Jesse Collins — sent out an email to nominees that basically said, “Here’s how this is going to go.” It detailed safety precautions (guests can go maskless, but will be tested), attendance protocols (Zooming in “will not be an option”), and helpful speech-giving tips (“READ THE ROOM”). It also included some strongly worded suggestions on dress code.

“We’re aiming for a fusion of Inspirational and Aspirational,” the letter reads, capitalizing Inspirational and Aspirational for inspirational and aspirational emphasis.

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