Featuring chic pouches for your water bottle, box clutches and even more tiny bags.
Featuring tasseled clutches and triangle wristlets.
Noughties nails are back.
Including bejeweled makeup, low ponytails, voluminous hairstyles, glitter nails and inventive eyeliner shapes.
You might want to visit your nearest army surplus store soon.
The thigh-high footwear choice will add some impact (and warmth) to your winter outfits.
Including Chromat, Kate Spade, Cushnie et Ochs and more.
Your legs will be covered this fall.
Rachel Zoe, Eric Wilson, Mickey Boardman and more have you covered for all your pre-entrée needs.
If advances in fit technology mean fewer returns, we are all for it.
Fit technology has the potential to give online shoppers more confidence and slash retailers' return rates. But how helpful is it yet?
There's currently a 100% chance of snow in New York City, meaning there is a 100% your gorgeous new Chloe coat isn't going to keep you warm. Luckily, we scoured the internet a put together a schedule of over 80 amazing shows you can stream to your computer right in the comfort of your own home...and in flannel pajamas.
For spring 2014, Nicole Miller was inspired by the gardens of Versailles and the aftermath of a gang of rebel-girls storming the castle. The show notes display a collection of phrases to sum up the collection: “rebels with a cause,” “gardens, mazes, chandeliers, shattered mirrors” and “power meets pretty.”
We kicked our day off bright and early with the debut of the first ever plus size fashion line to show at fashion week, and never slowed down. From checking out the best beauty backstage at Rag & Bone and Helmut Lang, to scoping models-off-duty, we saw a lot. Check out all the awesome stuff we saw on day two of New York Fashion Week:
Coach is the latest in a long line of brands to collaborate with the fashion (and playroom) icon. And for the first time ever, Barbie's tiny, snazzy wardrobe has been produced from start to finish by the Coach design house. Meaning, everything she's wearing, you can wear. Well, in a slightly larger size. So in celebration of Barbie's new clothes (and chic new 'do--how does she keep it so shiny?), we're taking a look back at her biggest and best designer collabs to date--and there've been some doozies. When it comes to amazing designer collaborations, Target and H&M have got nothing on the original Queen B: We're talking Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Bill Blass, Vera Wang, Christian Louboutin, Dior, Versace, and more. Who needs an 11-inch tall plastic boyfriend when you've got Mr. de la Renta on speed dial?
"You have to have chutzpah, you have to be brave and go for it," Zac Posen told the audience as the keynote speaker at Fashionista's first ever conference, "How To Make It in Fashion." "I said, 'They see me as some kind of little prince character, so let's be that.' It created this myth." Posen opened up about the man behind the myth.