Some Fashion Happenings of Late

Selena Gomez and The Weeknd Are Coachella’s Best-Dressed Couple 

As a couple, Selena Gomez and The Weeknd have been virtually inseparable—and that his-and-hers mindset extends to their standout vacation style. It began on a trip to Italy that brought out matching jackets, followed by a stopover in Buenos Aires that called for coordinated sneakers on a romantic city stroll. Now, back in the States, it looks like the singers still see eye-to-eye on style, judging by the twinning tinted sunglasses they took to Coachella this weekend.

While soaking up the sun on Saturday afternoon, Gomez and The Weeknd posed for a rare affectionate selfie in rosy pink Alain Mikli aviators and dark round lenses, respectively. They were spotted in similar fashion the day before—she in yellow shades, he in bright cherry-red ones—proving that two statement frames are always better than one.

Working with stylist Christian Classen, Gomez also took the time to rework the Coachella uniform. Steering clear of the ubiquitous flower crown and festival choker, she put on a pale blue HVN spaghetti-strap dress covered in lilies, with a matching scarf wrapped around her neck. It gave her outfit a subtle Western vibe—perfect for the California desert—while a pair of Ash sneakers were the ideal choice for impromptu dancing, as her boyfriend performed a surprise set with rapper Nav. As for The Weeknd, he seemed to smartly take his sartorial cues from his significant other, wearing distressed jeans, a patchwork flannel jacket, and a similar pair of white sneakers. Here’s hoping for another bout of couple’s coordination next weekend, when Coachella returns for round two.

Melania Trump Wears Pink Hervé Pierre for the Annual White House Easter Egg Roll

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This weekend in Palm Beach, Florida, Melania Trump chose a simple white cocktail dress by Simone Rocha to celebrate Easter with her son. But this morning, back in Washington, D.C., the First Lady was tasked to join her entire extended family and the press in the annual Easter Egg Roll on the White House South Lawn. For this larger occasion, Trump looked once again to Hervé Pierre, the man responsible for her inauguration ball gown, and asked him to deliver a custom blush-colored dress for the day.

The light pink sheath looked structurally similar to the emerald green dress she wore to meet Queen Rania of Jordan two weeks ago, which was also designed by Pierre. Today, however, she exchanged stiletto heels for matching flats that grounded the look.

 
 

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