Eighties punk hair and fresh, clean makeup are all the rave at Marc Jacobs this year. Here’s how to get the look! More
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We were a little nonplussed when Fashion Backpacks became a thing–would grown women really want a style synonymous with middle schoolers?–but before we had time to react, The Row had already starting manufacturing $4000 models (as well as $55,000 models flecked with prescription pills). Since the style is now just as acceptable on adults as it is for those of you headed back to school, a backpack-centric Shopping Guide seemed appropriate. Here’s some good options for under $100 (most under $50), ranging from practical–Baggu, JanSport–to more refined versions from Zara and Marc by Marc. More
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Marc Jacobs latest collaborators aren’t actors or models, they’re cartoons: Eric Cartman, Randy Marsh and Butters Stotch of South Park. More
All right, everyone: it’s really cold. Office talk has turned from sunscreen and soothing mosquito bites to warding off dry skin and scarf-tying techniques (we’re not saving the world here). Anyway, all of us seem to be in the market for a cool, stylish and–most important!–warm winter coat. Here’s 20. More
We already mentioned how cobalt dominated the Spring 2012 runways this past fashion week and it’s worth noting that we also saw plenty of pastels. However, the other major movement in color was bright, juicy shades of citrus: lemon yellow, electric orange and loads of vermilion. In other words, Spring 2012 will be all about bold, head-to-toe, high-saturation color. Let’s have a look. More
Resort 2011 broadcast a lot of neon: the glowing accessories trend logged major runway time at Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Stella McCartney, Proenza Schouler and more. The thing about neon is that it presents a problem (ugliness) if there’s too much, but it’s a perfect eye-popping accessory or simple piece–shorts or a tee– if your palette is otherwise muted. Here’s a few easy neon items to jolt your warm-weather look. More
Shirt dresses are comfortable, work-appropriate and (at their best) effortlessly chic. Although finding the perfect version can be a challenge–they look super dowdy if the fit is off–once you’ve located the ideal style for your figure, you’ll discover the demure, dependable shirt dress is actually one of those pieces you can live in. Happy hunting. More
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It’s time to let go of your beloved indigo washes… summer is here, the humidity is here, and it’s time to change out your darks for lightweight sky blues, grays, and maybe a print or two. Here’s some solid summer denim. More
Obviously: don’t take the holiday literally by draping yourself in a red and white striped shirt paired with blue, starred cut-offs, because that would be terrible (you don’t want to be terrible!). But if you want to show a little spirit over the weekend, here’s our picks for good 4th of July-inspired fashions that won’t look costume-y. Good patriotic (or just vaguely patriotic) stuff from Soludos, J Brand, Marc by Marc, Converse, Fendi and many more. More
Blue Velvet (the movie) stresses me out. But the material? It looks great on shoes, dresses, bags, whatever. Here are some totally non-upsetting options.
We’re now focusing on shopping guides that augment your resentment of the current weather. E.g., it is cold, rainy, gray and oppressive outside and we would like you to imagine yourself in a sundress and eye-catching printed espadrilles, skin all aglow as you glome roasted meats/vegetables. Dream big, girls: here’s a whole lot of shoes for better weather, from flats to wedges and towering heels. More
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