Tuesdays can be such a bore, but surely not when there’s so much Kimye news going around?
Some might argue that, if the goal is to get people to check out the windows, showing them on Instagram is counter-intuitive.
Catch your loved ones by surprise this year with a slew of ridiculously tasteful presents they didn’t even know they wanted yet.
Susan Standen’s line of luxury scarves started simply enough: Her husband loved to buy vintage scarves from a place called Drakes in London, but they were becoming increasingly difficult to find. So Standen decided to make him a few of his beloved scarves by hand for a Christmas gift.
That might have been the end of the story — if Standen’s husband hadn’t happened to be Dirk Standen, the editor in chief of Style.com.
Did we mention his collection’s inspired by chandeliers and sex toys? Because it is.
New York State is officially stepping in as more accusations of racism fly against Barneys New York, and now Macy’s.
Jay Z responds to Barneys’ recent racial profiling debacle, says he’s “not making a dime from this collection.”
In bizarrely similar incidents, two young, African-American shoppers came forward this week about their experiences with fraud accusation at the Barneys flagship store.
This year’s collaboration marks the first time in history that Barneys is working with a hip hop star. Here’s why it’s a big deal.
Fashion can be dangerous, people. Be careful out there.