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While we’ve been focused on all things weddings at Racked this week, the fashion and shopping world has kept turning. A bunch of cool things came out this week, from a halal nail polish dropped just in time for Ramadan to very cute T-shirts created by Everlane in celebration of Pride Month. Read on for the full details below!
Orly teamed up with MuslimGirl.com to create a halal polish collection. Dubbed #HalalPaint, the collection ($49) includes six breathable nail polishes that are uniquely permeable to water and are made out of 100 percent halal ingredients. The polishes also feature cheeky names created by Muslim Girl like “Haram-Bae,” “What the Fatima?” and “The Perfect Amani-cure,” the latter named after the MuslimGirl.com founder, Amani Al-Khatahtbeh.
“Many of us are the girls who could never find our names on a keychain, so we wanted to make sure we provided that experience through this collection,” Al-Khatahtbeh says. Pre-order the set here.
Lauren Conrad dropped a maternity collection at Kohl’s. The very pregnant reality show sweetheart is on a designing roll, with the launch of her LC Lauren Conrad Maternity line coming one week after her beach collection with the retailer. You’ll find just about everything from dresses to jeggings, with nothing coming in over $58. Shop the collection online and in Kohl’s stores.
Everlane’s 100% Human collection got a Pride makeover. To celebrate Pride Month, Everlane launched its 100% Human Pride collection — its biggest collection yet — with stars like Hari Nef and Rowan Blanchard and a goal to raise $100,000 for the Human Rights Campaign. The collection includes unisex T-shirts, tank tops, crewneck sweatshirts, and totes, and it starts at $18.
Celebrities wore things on the CFDA red carpet that you can actually buy. Yeah, for real. And some things, like Karlie Kloss’ DVF bodysuit and Gigi Hadid’s Stuart Weitzman mules, are even on sale. Our entertainment editor breaks those down — along with five other doable red carpet looks — here.