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.
See the full list of winners from the star-studded London fashion event.
The company in question is Brooklyn Lighthouse, an apparel retailer that appears to cater to hypebeasts under the age of 10.
I notice less damage when I use it regularly.
The RealReal offers some insight into which hot-ticket items are still sound investments going into 2019.
From Alexa Chung's hyper-feminine frock to Michelle Obama's chic suiting.
It looks like ousted CEO James Brett did have a positive impact on the company in his short tenure after all.
The "Apple of housewares" is betting big on the cosmetic accessories category with a growing line of innovative mirrors.
Brands like Hermès, Dolce & Gabbana and Coach have created separate spaces just to hang out with (and maybe Instagram-bait) you.
"Everything's on the table" as the company says it will reevaluate all aspects of its business.
Or, just some pretty black jewelry that goes with everything.
Sequins for a fancy charity event.
I'm very over pants at the moment.
The online retailer intends to ramp up influencer partnerships in the plus-size space.
With a new store in Brooklyn, Amazon-backed brand Focals aims to be seen as glasses first, with technology hidden inside.
She really misses the hot-pink Kelly bag she bought with Kris Jenner.
The year-old brand may be known for its Instagram-friendly jewels, but with more than a decade of experience behind her, founder Shelley Sanders has bigger plans.
Feel like you're in a comfy cocoon at all times.
The retailer combed social media and analyzed its customers' preferences to create 8 by Yoox, launching on Tuesday.
Plus, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian coordinated in black.
True Life: I Can't Stop Buying Khakis.