The Mexican capital is in the midst of a golden age of thrifting.
And, if all else fails, here’s some really exciting news: The label is launching e-commerce on its site early this summer.
Model Karen Elson and filmmaker Liz Goldwyn give us their best tips for vintage shopping (spoiler: the Internet is key).
Oh, after-Christmas sales: A time to stock up on cashmere and buy those runway pieces we couldn't afford at full price.
Who knew being evil could be so cute?
We've rounded up 10 items -- clothing, beauty and accessories -- available online to jumpstart your wardrobe (and face! and phone!) into looking as radiant as an orchid.
I haven't worn heels in more than six months, which means I won't be wearing them much during New York Fashion Week either. (If at all.) If you too would like to forgo cray-cray heels this season to achieve the perfect mix of comfort and chicness, click through to shop my picks. Whether you're running to catch a show or the F train, any of these styles should do the trick.
Spring jackets are tricky business. How do you find one that's not too thick, but will still protect you during those breezy evenings? Are you more of a trench coat or light leather jacket type of gal? We picked the brains of some of our favorite outerwear designers (Veda, Confezioni Crosby, Gryphon and more) to bring you some tips on how to find and wear the perfect spring jacket for you--and came up with a handy little guide to find the best ones. We've scoured the market to find the best in five iconic spring jacket styles: the trench, the leather jacket, the denim jacket, the utility jacket, and the rain jacket (we already covered bombers, fyi).
Rainbow brights to the rescue! We'll show you how to improve your mood--and your wardrobe--on what's being hailed as the "most depressing day of the year."
We never could quite remember the rules of chess, but we instantly fell in love with Louis Vuitton's checked Spring collection when we saw it descending down the escalators in Paris last fall. And unsurprisingly, we weren't the only ones seeing squares. But why wait 'til Louis Vuitton's stuff hits the shelves--or spend your life's savings--to get in on the board game fun? We found 10 checkerboard styles you'll want to wear right now. Check 'em out!
Let's turn one of the most confusing (and crazy catchy) of Christmas carols into a shopping guide, shall we? We shall.
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
Items and sizes are going fast at the Barneys Warehouse Sale, which is currently taking place online right here. But there are still plenty of goodies
Who doesn't love a summertime wedding? The food, the booze, the overall merriment that goes with celebrating holy matrimony... But the dress codes that come along with all those summer wedding invitations aren't always so clear. 'Black Tie Optional'? Isn't masculine neckwear technically always an option? And 'Informal'--does that mean your go-to skinny-jeans-and-blazer combo is ok? Well, not exactly. On our quest to decode these oft-mystifying wedding dress codes, we spoke to three experts in the field of bridal etiquette: Rachel Leonard, the Fashion Director at Brides magazine; Kate Berry, the Style Director at Martha Stewart Weddings; and Sharon Naylor, the author of over 35 wedding books, including The Essential Guide to Wedding Etiquette and The Bride's Diplomacy Guide. Their helpful advice covers everything from proper accessories to appropriate hairstyles, and the ultimate wedding don'ts. Let's face it: No one wants to look out of place at an event, particularly when said event will result in photographs that will potentially be decking people's walls and Facebooks for generations and Timelines to come. Follow our expert guide to decoding wedding dress codes and you'll be perfectly wedding-guest dressed in no time, flat.
With a Spice Girls themed musical in the works, and the resurgence of all-girl singing groups (thank you K-pop!), not to mention successful careers for many of the original group members, it's clear that the Spice Girls are as relevant today as ever. Approximately 1.5 decades since Geri, Mel B, Mel C, Victoria, and Emma made "girl power" a thing, the most awesome girl group in the world ever seems to be influencing wearable style in a big way - big as in super-crazy-tall platform shoes. Platform boots, platform sandals, platform sneakers... It's almost like every pre-teen girl who spent hours unsuccessfully trying to attach styrofoam blocks to the bottoms of her shoes is finally being rewarded for her extreme efforts. Wait - no one else did that?
It's December 23. Is your shopping done? If not, you better get going. We rounded up 10 cute things that would make great last-minute gifts. You obviously don't have time to order these online though, so bookmark this page on your phone and get yourself out into the world, credit card in hand. Now go! (But first click through to see our last-minute-but-still-very-thoughtful gifts.)
Having your name or initials emblazoned on something never gets old. It goes back to that pride you felt back in third grade, when writing your name into your favorite books sent a statement to the world: "This is mine." (And if you're like me, you also drew a unicorn and stars for good measure) As far as gifts go, something personalized or custom-designed shows that you put a bit of effort into it, when you could totally just buy an iTunes gift card. With that in mind, we gathered a bunch of customizable gift ideas at various price points. Whether your recipient is into fashion or not, here are ten ideas for cool custom gifts. Click through to check them out.