Featuring the leading ladies of "Euphoria" and a handful of Rodarte muses.
For your bridesmaids, too.
Including Chromat, Kate Spade, Cushnie et Ochs and more.
Claudia Li, Kaelen, Rachel Comey and more.
It's been a long road -- almost two months! -- but now we can finally tell you that you'll soon be seeing green while wrapped in a blanket coat. It's more stylish than it sounds.
Aside from Kristen Wiig's pose in the photo above, there are few things we love more than a Rooney Mara red carpet moment.
The contemporary label Sachin + Babi is a favorite of street style bait, style bloggers and members of the young Hollywood clique (you may recognize
Fashion week came, and brought a feisty lil' friend named Nemo along for the ride--forcing us to consider forgoing, "Well, doesn't she look chic!" for, "Well, doesn't she look warm?!" The runways begged to differ, offering up endless new ways to bundle-up beautifully for fall 2013. Check out our top ten trend takeaways from the fashion week that weathered the storm in style.
When you were a kid, it didn't get any better than finding an invitation to the most popular girl at school's birthday party in the mail. Well, that's
Hey hey, we've got new show reviews and galleries up over on our Fashion Week section of the site. Check out the updated '70s chic at Sachin + Babi,
Though husband-and-wife design duo Sachin and Babi Ahluwalia have only been showing ready-to-wear for four seasons (they've been designing textiles and a home decor collection for almost a decade), a glance at the intricate leather cutouts and modern silhouettes of their Spring 2012 collection looks like the work of a creative team with far more years under their belt. The duo worked resort's bright colors (a product of their Indian roots) of sherbert orange and pink into a light 70s theme, which Sachin said, "started with three muses: Faye Dunaway, Bianca Jagger and Jerri Hall, with a little bit of Studio 54." This disco-era glamour shines through in their first attempt at eveningwear with a flowing coral gown and several pieces in Lurex--like a gold strapless gown and a floor-length navy skirt. But it's not all retro; their real goal was reinterpretation, which they achieved to great success by tweaking the silhouettes, creating cleaner lines and focusing on detailing.