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BTS’s “Permission To Dance” Guards Top Spot; Soompi’s K-Pop Music Chart 2021, September Week 1

BTS’s “Permission to Dance” held on to the top spot for the seventh straight week. Despite strong competition, the song managed to maintain its lead by a small margin. Congratulations to BTS!

“Queendom” remains at No. 2 this week. Moving up three spots to No. 3 is Somi’s “DUMB DUMB,” making it her first top three hit.

Only one new song entered the top 10 this week. Debuting at No. 10 is Stray Kids’ “Thunderous,” the group’s first top 10 hit on Soompi’s Music Chart. “Thunderous” is the title song from Stray Kids’ second studio album “NOEASY.”

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NY Fashion Week will highlight the newest trend: stay-at-home comfort

As the fashion season kicks into high gear, big-name designers are aiming to make loose and stretchy clothing look — well, downright fashionable.

And they’d be foolish not to. 

Consumers may be returning to work, going out and traveling again, but they aren’t ready to stuff their bodies into form fitting, structured clothing, according to designers and fashion insiders who talked to The Post.

The pandemic has forced the fashion industry to become more pragmatic, with top names like Tommy Hilfiger conceding that “comfort is key” and emerging designers like Renee Bishop trying to make their marks with clothing that

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All the Ways New York Fashion Week Will Look Different This Year

The Black in Fashion Council Showroom Promotes Real Change

The fashion industry began to reckon with its racist practices in the summer of 2020, but supporting Black designers without setting up real pipelines for success has been all too common in fashion, as Black in Fashion Council co-founder Lindsay Peoples Wagner noted in her recent editor’s letter for The Cut. “The rush to appear supportive, to quickly publish roundups of Black designers for Black History Month without genuine investment by fashion brands to include them in future editorial plans, has done a disservice to the very designers they’re meant

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6 Times European Brands Showed at New York Fashion Week

A few years ago the trend was for American designers to pick up sticks and show in Paris. Now, as #NYFW returns to in-person shows post-lockdown, a number of European designers, including Moschino’s Jeremy Scott and Peter Dundas, are showing their support for the city that never sleeps by bringing their collections stateside.

There’s a precedent for this. A few years after founding Miu Miu, in 1993, Miuccia Prada showed the line at Bryant Park. Donatella Versace’s Versus Versace was another regular in the tents. Alexander McQueen kicked off the new century by flashing American-flag patterned boxers at the close

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Best Fashion Instagrams of the Week: Tracee Ellis Ross, Justin Bieber, and more.

It’s Leo season, and you know what that means? People are wanting to be seen! Take Tracee Ellis Ross, for example. She has a long-standing love affair with dramatic silhouettes and show-stopping fashion, and this week was no exception. The actor took to Instagram to post an image of herself in head-to-toe turquoise feathers, courtesy of Daniel Lee’s Bottega Veneta and stylist Karla Welch. Her cheeky caption read, “Thank you for making this fantastical feathery ‘fit for me!!! I HEART FASHION! I REALLY HEART FASHION GIFTS!!”

Billie Eilish is also having a good time. Early this week, she posted

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