BTS inspires its ARMY to show off fan-made fashions

Lailani Manimbo draws plenty of inspiration in her life from BTS — even when it comes to her fashion sense. Several times throughout the year, the 32 year-old neurosurgery RN from Torrance regularly hosts a cup sleeve event (with COVID-19 precautions in place), called Boba With Luv, named after the popular BTS song “Boy With Luv.” In K-pop culture, cup sleeve events are typically hosted at a boba tea house.

With a drink purchase, you receive a commemorative cup sleeve and other freebies, while socializing with other fans and shop vendors and showing off your BTS style. Manimbo’s latest event held at Almond Haus Cafe in Garden Grove celebrated the anniversary of the Permission to Dance single ahead of the group’s sold-out, four-night run at SoFi Stadium which concluded Thursday night. Tonight, the band concludes their L.A. stint with a performance during the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball tour next door

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Sabrina Elba On Teaming Up With Louboutin & Fashion’s Ongoing Fight For Inclusivity

In “Power Players,” changemakers in the fashion industry tell Bustle how they’re pushing boundaries and moving the culture forward, whether they’re advocating for sustainability, bringing more inclusivity to the runway, or making strides in technology and innovation. Here, Sabrina Elba discusses the developments of inclusivity in the fashion industry, and how far we still have to go.

“What I love about this collection is that it keeps the conversation going,” says model and philanthropist Sabrina Elba. A year on from the death of George Floyd, which sparked a global conversation surrounding systemic racism, the fight is far from over. “As much as people were posting, rallying and supporting [a year ago], it needs to be ongoing,” she adds.

The collection of bags, shoes and accessories is a creative collaboration between Sabrina, her husband Idris, and “good friend” Christian Louboutin. Sparked from an Instagram Live that Sabrina and

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Emma Stone’s ‘Cruella’ fashions the coolest Disney movie in forever

With a wickedly impressive fashion sense, an electric retro soundtrack and its sinfully entertaining title character, “Cruella” is the coolest Disney film in forever.

No stranger to vilified female icons, director Craig Gillespie (the man responsible for the brilliantly gonzo “I, Tonya”) takes on another complicated rebel in none other than the dastardly, puppy-killing “101 Dalmatians” villainess Cruella de Vil. In the delightfully madcap crime comedy (★★★½ out of four; rated PG-13; in theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access Friday) set in 1970s punk London, Disney’s all-time queen of mean garners new life with Emma Stone giving her over-the-top personality, with a deliciously smarmy Emma Thompson as a foil who brings out the best and worst in her.

De Vil is in the details: How Disney made a palatable protagonist out of Emma Stone’s ‘Cruella’

Emma Stone plays the title role of "Cruella" as a young fashion designer in London.

Emma Stone plays the title role of “Cruella” as a young fashion

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Solving Fast Fashion’s Pace, Individuality And Inclusivity Downside

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