As we prepare to observe our national day of gratitude, we felt a moral obligation to share some of fashion’s most iconic Thanksgiving-esque editorials. (You know, in case you need inspiration for your ultra-chic turkey basting look.) From vintage Vogue to more recent W, and featuring everyone from Naomi Campbell to Gigi Hadid, scroll down to get some Thanksgiving fashion inspiration—and some cooking motivation while you’re at it!
The Go Around
From exotic Birkins and Kellys, to celebrated archival pieces, find the ultimate holiday gift from our latest capsule of one-of-a-kind items that have transcended the realm of luxury. These Rare Collectibles may have had their start on a runway, a major fashion campaign, or were previously owned by a celebrity, making them incredibly unique and hard to come by. Explore our hand-picked collection of inherently special gifts your loves ones will cherish forever.
This blue satin coat with matching pants was look 10 from Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring/Summer 2001 runway show. It was famously modeled by Sarah Jessica Parker’s character, Carrie Bradshaw in Season 4, Episode 2 of Sex and the City.
This tube dress was worn by none other than Naomi Campbell to close Tom Ford’s Spring/Summer 1997 runway show for Gucci. Naomi opened the show in a different version of the same dress, but this metallic number was the final look shown on the runway.
Kim Kardashian in Jean Paul Gaultier from What Goes Around Comes Around.
The iconic Saddle Bag was first introduced during Dior’s glory days under John Galliano. This unique bag made its debut in October 1999 during Dior’s Lauryn Hill–inspired collection for Spring/Summer 2000. The bag itself was designed to resemble a jockey’s seat, thus the name “Saddle Bag.” It quickly became an early 2000s icon, and is arguably John Galliano’s…
Alexa Demie wears What Goes Around Comes Around for Interview Mag.
Bella Hadid’s standout birthday dress was purchased from the designer vintage store What Goes Around Comes Around, a favorite of celebrities.
The Chanel Fall/Winter 1991 collection designed by Karl Lagerfeld, known as the Nouveau Rapper collection, was a pivotal runway moment that positioned Chanel as one of hip-hop’s greatest status symbols. The streetwear influences of this iconic collection are seen here by the incorporation of denim trim added to the otherwise classic bouclé Chanel blazer.
We have curated an array of archival Jean Paul Gaultier clothing and accessories available to shop now online and in our Beverly Hills store. Known for his theatrical brand of avant-gardism, Gaultier has cemented himself as one of fashion’s most imaginative and conceptual designers. From his iconic printed mesh pieces to his eye-catching sets and…