Summer fashion is in full effect! Loving my new white off the shoulder top.
This winter outfit is packed with great staples, so take a look, and then check out 6 options for a long down coat of your own, in the last slide.
High waisted jeans are back! While low-cut skinny jeans have reigned supreme for the past few years, high waists, wide legs, and even boot cuts have returned to the spotlight this Fall.
The figure-flattering high rise has always been a favorite silhouette of mine: it not only draws positive attention to the waist, but elongates legs, and is in my opinion, a timeless look, popular in the 40s,
While it’s completely too cold to wear these denim on denim looks in NYC at the moment, we can dream and prep for a bit milder fare – can’t we?
Known as the “Canadian tuxedo,” denim on denim is a fashion-forward look that references the 80s in an often over-sized, and updated way. An ensemble of infinite possibilities, double denim can be done dark on dark, light with light, or a mix of both.
THE VERY LAST DAY OF FASHION WEEK
This outfit of the day look was worn on the very last day of Fashion Week, when most of the crowds had cleared from Lincoln Center, and it had rained just a little bit earlier that morning.
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Not every New York Fashion Week show takes itself so seriously. Case in point: the second annual Project Subway fashion show, held on Tuesday at the Eyebeam Atelier in Chelsea, was all about fun — and eating your veggies. Based on Project Runway’s popular TV design competition, SUBWAY sandwich chain invited Fashion Institute of Technology students and up-and-coming fashion designers to create one-of-a-kind pieces inspired by vegetables found at SUBWAY restaurants.
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THE LOOK: THE BANANA PEPPER
In anticipation of crisper days and lower temperatures, a late Summer to Fall look, incorporating peplum, navy blue, and black.
Alicia from The Dumbbelle is back this month with the 5 best beauty products worth the hype.
How phenomenal is the pattern play in this African fashion editorial? There is much more gorgeous style inspiration where this came from…
See the work the Germany-based creative studio of Deutsche & Japaner designed for Jay Z’s “Magna Carter World Tour.”
MY FAVORITE NEW FACE OF YOUNG HOLLYWOOD
Between Christmas and New Year’s, Vikas and I finally got a chance to see 12 Years a Slave. It was a film we’d wanted to see since we’d seen the trailer, and it was excellent. I found Lupita Nyong’s performance as Patsey to be incredible, and the actress herself instantly became my favorite new face of young Hollywood.
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