We're talking careers and why you should never be the girl who didn't go to Paris.
Everyone at the Met Gala dressed like a Sexy Rei Kawakubo. Duh.
It's time to talk about Coachella.
Join us as we attempt to make sense of the maddening, never-ending game of designer musical chairs.
Listen to the debut episode of "4 p.m. at Fashionista" now!
Levi's Wedgie jeans, Gucci loafers and a lot of beauty products.
'Fashionista' is looking for summer interns, too!
This week's biggest stories in fashion.
Hope you like writing cover letters.
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Our backdrop had some serious Hogwarts appeal.
Our careers conference is just a week away -- and we only have, like, five tickets left. Get yours now.
Sounds like Olivia's ditching all that white for season three. There will still be gloves, though.
More details on Fashionista's first-ever conference!
You may not have heard of Stephen Fried, but apparently we owe him a lot--everything, in fact, when it comes to our name. Well, according to him anyway.
It's hard to believe another summer's almost over--time flies when you're bringing fashion news to the people at a remarkably rapid pace on the daily
As you've no doubt heard by now, if you ever go on the internet, Facebook bought photo-sharing app Instagram for a whopping $1 billion this week. Whil
Believe it or not, Fashionista turns five years old this year. Which is, you know, pretty old in blog years. To celebrate our big bday, we’ve asked all of Fashionista’s former editors (in chronological order that’s Faran Krentcil, Natalie Hormilla, Abby Gardner, Britt Aboutaleb, and Lauren Sherman) to reflect back on their time at Fashionista from the highs (seeing a Chanel show) to the lows (being chewed out by Arianne Phillips for leaking her fashion week plans and costing her a client). You've already heard from Faran, Natalie, Abby, Britt and Lauren, So to wrap up our five year birthday nostalgia series, I figured as Fashionista's current editor, I ought to weigh in. I've been here almost two years and I won't even attempt to fit the things I've learned and all the stuff I love about this job into a post. It will be TL;DR and no one wants that.
While the interwebs may still be abuzz about Kate Middleton's dress and Beatrice's hat--I thought I'd pay tribute to another British icon.
Last night Fashionista teamed up with United Bamboo, Julia Frakes, and Creatures of Comfort to host a fête celebrating United Bamboo's 2011 Cat Calendar. (Which is of course, our favorite calendar. Sorry Pirelli girls!) The party took place inside Creatures of Comfort's spacious SoHo store, filled with more Margiela than I've ever seen outside the MMM store on Greenwich St. The real highlight of the party, though, was the framed portraits of United Bamboo's calendar cats, which were being auctioned off to benefit Animal Haven and Kitty Kind. Unfortunately, no actual cats were at the party, but there were a lot of cool-cat downtown scenesters. DJ Johnny Misheff spun tunes, Julia Frakes hopped by wearing her bunny ears, and the Fashionista team staffed the bar, meaning the party was so good we completely ran out of wine. So if you woke up this morning in a strange place clutching a cat photo...oops!
September is almost upon us, which means Fashion Week, Fashion Week, and two more Fashion Weeks. To help us get through Fashion Month, we're looking for one intern, who should be eligible to receive school credit. The internship tenure will equal the length of one semester, and you should be able to come into our downtown New York office at least two days a week, if not three. You should also be: A good writer. Proficient--if not a master--in Photoshop. A close follower of industry news. Well-versed in fashion history. This does not mean that you need to know every single name of every single type of blouse collar, but you should know several, as well as the exact number of times Kate Moss has appeared on the cover of British Vogue. A self-starter. This internship isn't about photocopies, it's about covering breaking news, events, and fashion shows. It sounds exciting, but it means doing real work all day long. There isn't much trolling on the Internet here, unless of course you're looking for this week's Best Dressed. What you'll get in return: Lots of guidance, encouragement, several clips, and a chance to introduce yourself to the industry. As a Fashionista intern you're treated as part of the family. Interested? Send your resume, cover letter, and a 560 x 300 graphic that you believe would work well on the site to firstname.lastname@example.org. Bonne chance!