The first and last outfits of 20 characters on ‘Glee’

Some characters changed their style quite a bit throughout the show's run.
Some characters changed their style quite a bit throughout the show’s run.

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  • Fox’s series “Glee” ran from 2009 to 2015.

  • The musical dramedy oftentimes used clothes to help characterize the cast’s distinct personalities

  • Some characters, like Rachel and Tina, change their style significantly as they grow from teenage outcasts to ambitious and confident young adults.

  • Others, like Emma and Kurt, have a signature style throughout the show’s run.

  • Warning: Major spoilers ahead.

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The musical high-school dramedy “Glee” ran on Fox from 2009 to 2015 and along the way, it showcased a lot of memorable fashions. 

The singing and dancing cheerleaders, jocks, geeks, and outcasts of the fictional William McKinley High School may have been characterized first and foremost by their place in the social hierarchy, but their personalities came through in their music — and, in some part, their clothes.

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Lady Gaga’s upcoming album, Chromatica, is dropping on May 29 and her Little Monsters are buzzing with excitement. She’s been teasing fans for months by dropping tidbits from the album—including the first single “Stupid Love” and the official album cover and track list. And today she announced that her new song with Ariana Grande, titled “Rain on Me,” is releasing early on Friday.

The two stars teased the single on their social media pages with a brand new image—and while the new music is something to be excited for, it’s the fashion team-up that has us even more hyped. In the new photo, both Grande and Gaga channel a Max Max-inspired aesthetic, which Gaga has rocked on the album cover and in her “Stupid Love” music video. (The mood is part pop star, part machine.)

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Maybe those trusty fuzzy slippers are started to look a bit ratty, wearing them day in and day out. Perhaps shearling or faux fur is feeling too toasty for warming weather. Or maybe their lack of support has caused a legitimate foot ache at the end of the day (a surprise after giving high heels a break for a few months, but soft soles can hurt feet, too).

Whatever the reason, slipper fatigue is real. Which is why some fashion insiders and celebs have begun to look at spring ’20’s most coveted new flat styles as indoor shoe alternatives. In fact, the flat trend started last fall during fashion month, especially as influencers, stylists, editors and designers began to play around more with a growing white sock trend.

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