From non-boring carryalls to playfully patterned bags.
From cozy teddy shackets to lug-soled boots.
Featuring cashmere joggers and wool biker shorts.
Should you be in the market for something to keep you shaded post-swim.
The actress and singer wore this memorable look on a beach in Cannes.
Next season, you can look forward to the return of the pointy-toe heel and the embellished chunky boot.
From pearl-covered boots to extreme clogs.
All of which are flattering and wallet-friendly.
Make a glowing statement in brightly-colored, fluorescent-hued shoes.
Gingham is about as all-American as baseball and apple pie.
Plus, Stella Maxwell signs her first beauty contract.
Sporty knits, slip dresses and sneakers — what more does a city girl need for spring?
The good, the bad and the meh of the season, continued.
Who knew that a slip dress over a lurex tee over a pair of cropped trousers could actually work?
Why they did it, and how to get the 'Fifth Element'-inspired punk look at home.
The ultimate street style bait has arrived.
Well, this is kinda cool. Thanks to new-fangled technology via Google and the fashion-y peeps at the CFDA, you can hang out with Diane von Furstenberg (the person) and shop Diane von Furstenberg (the fashion line) simultaneously. What? But how?
Thanks to Nemo dumping 10 inches of snow on NYC--not to mention frigid temperatures in the 20s--outerwear was at the front of everyone's minds this past week. Luckily, New York designers were totally on top of it and offered a pretty stellar selection of coats and jackets for fall 2013.
We're spending the week skulking around backstage at some of the hottest (and coolest) shows at New York fashion week to bring you the best beauty looks, new products, and gossipy tidbits that we pick up in our travels. So click through to check out the beauty backstage at Jason Wu, Rag and Bone, Rebecca Minkoff and tons more.
Sorry, Nemo. Designers showing Friday weren't letting you rain--or hail, or snow, or sleet--on their hit parade. Critics concurred that from Chantilly lace bonded plastic trenches at Jason Wu to very mod flight jackets at Rag & Bone, there were plenty of looks to be had that were haute--and warm.