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By Oliver Jones

It's one of the biggest What-Ifs in sci-fi history: What if the original Star Trek pilot episode shot in 1965 had been picked up instead of rejected? That episode, “The Cage,” starred Jeffrey Hunter as the dashing Captain Pike, Majel Barrett (later Barrett-Roddenberry, after she married the series’ legendary creator, Gene Roddenberry) as his trusted Number One, and Leonard Nimoy as a Vulcan officer named Spock.

Photography by Saty + Pratha. Styled by Zeina Esmail.

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Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) and Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) dazzle in formalwear for Ashland and Victoria's wedding.

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By Meirav Devash

And we thought picking out something to wear was challenging. At 250 episodes per season, CBS's The Young and the Restless costume designer David Zyla is responsible for dressing a huge, beloved cast of characters—approximately 2,000 outfits a year. Every character has their own color palette, their clothes are tailored for a custom fit, and they never—ever—repeat outfits.

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Derek Kettela

On The CW's Riverdale, as wholesome girl-next-door Betty Cooper, Lili Reinhart typically sports a slicked-back pony and a variety of modest sweaters. But off-screen, Reinhart is a red-carpet rock star.

She's the end-of-summer fashion inspiration we all need right now.

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By Sasha Charnin Morrison

In 2020 brides were absolutely shell-shocked when all their plans for venues, ateliers, florists, and caterers were shut down. The word got out via Instagram that the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic was to wed privately at home, on the stoop outside your house, or in a field somewhere, and then go to a burger joint for your "reception." Waiting six months to a year for a dress by a couturier was just not in the cards.

But with this ghastly lockdown, something wonderful and sweet emerged: new ideas based on old traditions. Brides pulled it all together, became extremely resourceful, and focused less on the Big Show and more on what they were doing all this for in the first place—marrying the ones they loved.

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