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 lab-grown and mining industries may even be pushing one another to become more transparent and ethical.
It's the latest in a string of brands to work with the popular resale site.
I'm trying to start wearing jewelry people can actually see.
Cool, minimal houses like The Row, (new) Bottega Veneta and (new) Celine will be on a lot of racks next season.
See: the ideal shrunken, cozy sweater to throw on with jeans
And Reformation's first sneakers ever.
In his own words, the Pyer Moss designer details being "gaslighted" and "used" by 'Business of Fashion.'
Perhaps this fast-fashion chain was a little *too* fast.
It's still available for $130.
It's heavy but soft, boxy but not shapeless.
The Emmys can be a little safe, but there were some undeniable standouts.
So what if L.A. doesn't have "fall"?
With the death of Claire's looming, a number of emerging jewelry startups have some ideas.
It's further evidence that investors are taking the issue seriously.
Inexperienced copywriters are reportedly responsible for the bulk of the site's authentication, sometimes processing over 120 items in one day.
Why is this so hard to find?
From "Euphoria" eyes to '80s hair.
Uh, no duh. Plus, L Brands Chief Executive Les Wexner addresses his Jeffrey Epstein problem during the company's investor meeting.
Designers like Brandon Maxwell, Christian Siriano and Christopher John Rogers eschewed the usual dead-eyed walk for some fun, old-school glamour.
"The consumers love us, they just haven't seen us," says the brand's new CMO Alegra O'Hare.
Even with a shorter schedule, there are plenty of newbies to keep an eye out for.
Victor Luis, once tasked with turning things around at Coach, is out.