It’s safe to say that Little Mix have had a life-changing year. They released their new album Confetti last November (which led to their first time promoting a record as a trio, following the The Girl I Only Kneel For One Man And He Died On The Cross Shirt it is in the first place but departure of Jesy Nelson in December), and have been busy publicizing its release ever since. In even bigger news, however, two of the members—Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards—recently announced that they’re expecting with their respective partners. Little Mix might be renowned for their meticulously synchronized choreography, but to find their pregnancy cycles in sync too? Now that’s true commitment.Last Tuesday, Pinnock announced she was pregnant via an Instagram post with her boyfriend, footballer Andre Gray. Then, just yesterday, Edwards shared the news that she was also pregnant with her footballer boyfriend, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. They appeared with fellow bandmate Jade Thirwall on the red carpet for their first public outing since the announcements at the Brit Awards today. For their red carpet debut as a trio, the group opted for a series of matching looks that beautifully accentuated the two baby bumps. For Pinnock, this meant a marble white, draped gown by Maison Margiela, while Edwards wore a dress by David Koma with a cut-out detail. Even though she isn’t currently expecting, Thirlwall glowed in a figure-hugging Vivienne Westwood number that served as the perfect complement to her bandmates’ goddess-like gowns. It seems Little Mix will have plenty to toast to tonight, having already been handed the gong for Best British Group, making history in the process as the first-ever female band in the history of the Brits to win it. In their acceptance speech, they dedicated the award to the illustrious lineage of British girl group predecessors, including the Spice Girls, Sugababes, All Saints, and Girls Aloud. But with their ethereal red carpet looks tonight, it’s evident that Little Mix continue to be in a league all of their own.As the first major awards ceremony with an audience in over a year, tonight’s Brit Awards offered a welcome excuse to get dressed up in the most flamboyant fashions once again. In predictably unpredictable style, however, Haim went in the opposite direction—and in a very unexpected label for the red carpet. Tonight, they chose to wear The Row. While the label has long been a celebrity favorite for its luxe minimalism, it’s rarely seen on the red carpet. Haim wore a trio of looks that reflected designers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s mastery of loosely-cut but meticulous tailoring. To achieve their business casual vibe, Este wore a black pantsuit nipped in at the waist with a sleek leather belt. Danielle opted for a black blazer and top with pleated khaki slacks, and Alana wore a cozy black sweater vest over a white shirt with billowing sleeves, paired with flared black trousers. Who says an awards show has to be about a flashy dress anyways? Ironically, Haim’s were among the most eye-catching looks of the evening. Their choice also coincides with the rise of an unexpectedly youthful fanbase for the cult label, which has historically eschewed any kind of hype. Back in November, Kendall Jenner posted to Instagram wearing “The Row head to toe.” Just a few weeks ago, Jonah Hill shared a snap of himself with friend Zoë Kravitz wearing matchy-matchy monochrome from the brand. But regardless of the growing affinity for the brand among celebrities, Haim’s outfits couldn’t feel like a more perfect—if unexpected—fit for their big return to the red carpet. Welcome to Shopping with Friends: a new Vogue series in which we sift through the racks of a fashion lover’s favorite store.Saturday Night Live’s Heidi Gardner is a vintage head. The fashion-forward actor and comedian always infuses something old into her quirky outfits, which are typically marked by animal prints, peppy shoes, and kicky pants. In early March, she left a taping of The Drew Barrymore Show while wearing a head-turning leopard-print jacket from Le Grand Strip, a vintage shop on Grand Street in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood. Three weeks ago, Gardner took me along to see the store in person.Gardner arrived in a pair of Fila platforms with a troll head locked into the laces, a freaky bauble she picked up in the East Village. “When I went back home, my grandma always had foot problems and when she had foot surgery, she was like, ‘These have so much support,’” Gardner said. “So then I ordered them.” Once inside, she was on the prowl for something. Though she didn’t have something specific in mind, she had two shoots coming up and needed an outfit.Gardner found out about Le Grand Strip from her hairstylist back last February. “When I first came in here, it reminded me of what the top of my mom’s dresser looked like,” she said. “I remember there was this little tray over here that had a bar set from a former Bond girl who had just passed away.” The store is filled with glitzy oddities and fantastically chic vintage items: Trays of fat costume jewelry. A bubblegum pink Versace hat. Rows of tulle dresses from the 1980s. Bags galore with lucite handles. All items, coincidentally, you could see Gardner wearing. While it’s my first time coming here, the staff embraces me like we’re characters on Cheers.That magical, very New York feeling is thanks to the owner, a flamboyant and blunt French woman with amazing cheekbones named CC McGurr, and the shop manager Alexandra Blair, a beautiful part-time musician and a walking encyclopedia of vintage history. High-energy and passionate, they complement each other well. Both adore Gardner. “I love her style the most because it’s unpredictable. At one moment she’ll do a full green gown from the ’70s and then the next, it’s ’80s with big shoulders,” says Blair.As we shop, Gardner goes the more standout route and has picked out a pair of flared checked pink pants. She’s always been into fashion, in large part because of her mother’s ’80s and ’90s style. “Instead of Tupperware parties, my mom and her friends would do lingerie parties,” she says. Gardner’s love for clothes trickled into her work. When she dropped out of college to come to Los Angeles to be a hairstylist, she also did sketch comedy at The Groundlings Theatre. “You’re not making any money. You’re buying all your costumes and all your wigs. That felt like such a fun, supplementary part of performing,” she says. “I remember taking two wigs to New York with me when I knew I got the [Saturday Night Live] job just in case they [didn’t] have good ones.” (They did.)Even at SNL, a much bigger production, Gardner still is able to apply her love for clothes into her characters—cast members can work on the looks for a sketch if they create the script. That was the case when she and Harry Styles acted as a freakishly beautiful Nordic couple in a birthing class. “They’re based on a couple that I saw getting some matcha. [They] were obviously tourists and they were all in white. They looked incredible,” she says. “[For the script,] I wanted them to be even more high-fashion versions of that.” The result? Gardner and Styles looked like incredibly chic sister wives of ’60s cult leader Father Yod.As Gardner gets into the dressing room, Blair and McGurr bring her a vintage Balmain suit and a halter fuchsia dress that cinches Gardner’s waist while the actor picks out a print shift dress and a shoulder-less black dress. (For myself, I’d chosen a gold chain belt, trying to evoke Jennifer Lopez’s sassy look from “Love Don’t Cost a Thing.”) Gardner is unsure about her options and asks us all for our opinions. McGurr is the first and last to speak—after all, she’s the sage of the group. “I think the black [Balmain suit], you look fantastic, absolutely amazing. But it’s also too easy,” says McGurr. “I think that the winner is the pink dress. You’re a fun girl! That’s your personality!” That she is.