The humble wardrobe staple is looking anything but basic this season.
The throwback thirst trap is back in all of its bedazzled G-string glory.
Featuring whimsical face masks, floaty dresses and more.
Wear over your pajamas now and as a playful top later.
From cozy cardigans to comfy pants.
Treat yourself to some new quarantine clothes.
From a cozy red sweatsuit to an elegant pink dress.
Two-day shipping on silky pajama sets and cashmere gloves ahead.
Expanding into ready-to-wear is just the beginning.
Sometimes, there's no place like home.
Plus, Tom Ford declared cowboy hats cool on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!".
Need some last minute inspiration? Why not steal an idea from our favorite fashion designers? (We won't tell.)
Jennifer Zuccarini’s resume was already ridiculously impressive before launching her own line last year. The ambitious designer cofounded the uber-seductive Kiki de Montparnasse before becoming design director at Victoria’s Secret—talk about lingerie street cred. But developing a line all her own was always the goal, and in 2012 she did just that with the launch of Fleur du Mal. More than just another lingerie line, Zuccarini’s vision was to create an experience that celebrates both getting dressed and undressing, and everything that surrounds it. We talked to her about how it all came about.
Right now every email in our inbox that isn't related to fashion week is a pitch for Valentine's Day. Pink this and pink that and they're all pretty boring. But this one, pitching a 'bespoke' panty service that offers customers the chance to personalize a pair of fancy silk chiffon panties with your lover's name (or whatever dirty word you can think of) embroidered across the crotch, caught our attention.