Hayley Phelan is the senior editor of Fashionista.com. Before that she was an assistant editor at Teen Vogue, and has contributed to Interview, Elle, luckymag.com, and more. In addition to being a proud Canuck, she is also a well-known J.Crew addict and snack connoisseur. She will eat anything under the sun, as long as it’s edible.
We spent an afternoon on a press junket with the woman who's reportedly paid millions to front a single campaign.
And ladies, if you weren’t already, it’s time to start paying attention to this label.
Roots, a homegrown Canadian label that still produces out of a factory in Toronto, is one of the many reasons it's awesome to be Canadian (free health care isn't too bad either).
While everyone in Hollywood was getting glammed up to go to the Emmys, putting the last style tweaks on their ballgowns and ensuring their updos and blowouts looked just right, Miley Cyrus was in Las Vegas wearing this. Here's a full look at the "ensemble," if you can call it that:
Seriously, how good is it???
Aspiring Vogue-ers take note: There's about to be a lot of room at the top of the glossy's masthead. Two top editors, senior market editor Meredith Melling Burke and bookings editor Valerie Boster, are both leaving the magazine to start a mysterious new venture together, WWD is reporting.
Two weeks ago, on the eve of New York Fashion Week, fashion activist Bethann Hardison launched a campaign to end racism on the runway. In an open letter to the governing fashion bodies of the major fashion cities--New York, London, Milan, and Paris--she blasted the industry for its white-washed model casts, stating that "no matter the intention, the result is racism." And she wasn't afraid to name names. Along with the memo, she publicly called out a number of designers who last season featured zero or one model of color on the runway. The designers, it seems, were listening.
The Victoria's Secret fashion show won't air until December 10th--but according to Lindsay Ellingson, Angels are already in full prep mode. We caug
Always dreamed about heading down to Marfa, Texas and posing outside the famous Prada "store", a la Beyonce? Well, you might want to book your tickets--and fast. According to the New York Times, the iconic structure is in danger of being torn down.
Is it just us, or was London Fashion Week more than the usual whirlwind? Might have been the nonstop rain. In case you're still trying to get all yo
Forget organic produce and the Tracy Anderson method, we're beginning to think Gywneth Patrow's favorite topic of conversation is her pubic hair.
Mickey Drexler, retail guru and CEO of J.Crew, has officially joined affordable eyewear brand Warby Parker's board, according to Fortune. But that's not the only interesting thing we learned about Drexler today...
Twerking may have ruined Miley Cyrus's shot at a Vogue cover, but Harper's Bazaar didn't seem to have any such qualms.
Parker personally walked us through her new shoe and bag line yesterday--and let's just say, she's not your typical "celebrity designer."