Sales on sweet flowy maxidresses and pleated miniskirts ahead.
In many cases, trouble was brewing before Covid-19 hit.
Cozy options ahead.
Take customization to the next level, from bags to, yes, Sriracha.
While also making a convincing case for matching your lipstick to your clutch.
Plus: Burberry's first "see now, buy now" campaign has arrived.
It's the perfect storm of supermodels.
If we were cars, these are the things that would fuel us. I know, #deep.
File to: I Want to Be a Werbowy.
The chic French shirting company liked the pared-back styles from label Meandher so much, it started stocking 'em.
Because, let's be real, you're not leaving that couch for a while.
Horizontal striped shirts--particularly those classic Bretons (that Coco Chanel used to wear) have definitely been having a moment over the past couple of years--a moment that no one (especially not us) wants to see end. There are more than a few of us Fashionista editors who just can't seem to stop buying them. As ubiquitous as they've become, we still want to wear striped shirts all the time. But who wants to be dressed just like every other stripe fiend walking down the street? Not us. Fortunately, designers seem to have recognized this need for cute, versatile striped shirts that have a little something different.
We're counting down the seconds until we can watch season four of Arrested Development, which hits Netflix at midnight PST on Monday! To celebrate, we put together a little shopping guide based on some of our favorite Arrested Development gags--because while it's fun to dress up in costume, we also don't mind buying things that we can wear again.
A new exhibit, "Valentino: Master of Couture," will open up at the Somerset House in November focusing on the haute couture collections of the storied