Dhani Mau is the west coast editor and former editorial director of Fashionista.com, where she started out as an intern when the site was just two people in a dark cave (or a ground floor office in NoLita, she can't remember). Her interests include watching "Pretty Little Liars," trying to be Sofia Coppola and cuddling with her cat, Neely O’Hara. Cats in general, really.
The singer and co-chair had her princess moment.
It's a big day for fans of the label's highly coveted totes.
A group of new (and familiar) names are taking advantage of this season's return to in-person events.
Revisiting this timeless Gabriela Hearst look and the bag that doesn't quite match, in the best way.
This over-the-top CMA Awards gown deserves another look.
Retailers — and Kardashians — are snatching up JoosTricot, the former blogger's line of colorful, vintage-inspired knitwear.
The official outfitter of the US Open Tennis Championships unveils new styles for both on and off the court.
The metallic finish — and Christian Siriano's handiwork — helped.
Christian Siriano, Jenna Lyons, Law Roach and more were announced as judges — and people are wondering why they'd work with a fast-fashion giant associated with wasteful and unethical business practices.
When I realized my favorite fragrance was giving me headaches, I gave up perfume entirely, but a rise in brands focused on clean and natural ingredients gave me hope.
After being called out for knocking off popular "Koreatown" merch — the proceeds of which benefit local nonprofits — the retailer did the right thing. But why now?
White tee + cool skirt = no brainer.
The almost-100-year-old company is being intentional about how it engages with its fashion-minded consumers without alienating or taking away from its core customers: manual laborers.
The pair talk Walmart, pandemic beauty trends and what real inclusivity looks like in beauty.
It's from Altuzarra's Spring 2019 collection inspired by Italian vacations.
She wore white in a video to announce a new mentoring initiative, 40X40.
Or, how to look relaxed and effortless at a black-tie gala.
They're suddenly everywhere, from the runway to Rodrigo. Why? And does the trend have commercial legs?
Two florals, one supermodel.