In Maison Margiela’s must-see, newest collection, John Galliano spins groovy comfort with a historical, familiar twist. Continue reading Maison Margiela: A New Kind of Couture
For as long as I can remember, on days where my family went to the mall, my mom would wake me up with an enthusiastic and cheerful exclamation: “Who wants to go shopping?!” Continue reading The Origins of a Love for Fashion
You know Raf Simmons from his mod, minimalistic line of shoes with Adidas seen on the feet of college students across the globe and more. You know Calvin Klein from Kendall Jenner’s Instagram and the #mycalvins marketing campaign that’s lasted multiple generations. Now, see them come together for something unprecedented. Continue reading Raf Simons and Calvin Klein: A Match Made in Heaven
Fashion’s “King of Sex” designer Tom Ford is not only gifted with a needle and a thread, but as it turns out, he can direct, too. His newest short film “Nocturnal Animals,” starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams, will premiere during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Continue reading I Don’t Pop Molly, I Rock Tom Ford (and Watch His Film, Too)
There’s a reason why Kendall and Kylie Jenner have Balmain splashed all over their Instas, and why A-listers from Scarlett Johansson to Blake Lively sport the brand on red carpets for award shoes and premiers, and why Kanye West just joined the #BalmainArmy marketing campaign: because it’s really freaking cool.
Continue reading Balmain: The Coolest Couture Out There
All hail the queen: Anna Wintour, the editor-in-chief of Vogue and artistic director of Condé Nast (Vogue’s publisher), is 66 years old, rocks a pageboy haircut with oversized sunglasses, is worth $35 million dollars, and is the top say of what’s in and what’s not.
Continue reading Anna Wintour: The Quintessential Cool Girl
Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bunbury, oh my! Here’s what you need to wear to be prepared as ever for the most fun, dopest-sounding weekend of your summer. Continue reading The Festival Style: 15 Looks You Need
Most women (and a fair share of men, too!) can relate with me on this ongoing, ever painful inner battle: to be comfortable, or to be cute?
Continue reading To Be (Comfortable) or Not To Be: The Painful Debate of Chic Shoes
She’s a wife and a mother and a grandmother. She might be the first ever woman to be the President of the United States. And she knows the power of a crisp, classic suit. Continue reading Hillary Clinton and the Power Suit: A Revamped Love Story
In a letter to the fashion industry itself, the DKNY and Public School designer Maxwell Osborne advocates for the cross-stitch of the world of fashion and the Black Lives Matter movement. Continue reading Social Justice and Stiching: Where #BlackLivesMatter Meets Fashion
“Thanks, I got it at Goodwill.” Not a common tagline, but one to be proud of — here, read up on why thrifting is the coolest new way to shop nice threads for cheap. Continue reading The Thrill of Thrifting