Whether you do it for the fashion, to see the world in another shade or to actually protect your eyes, sunglasses are everyone's favorite accessory. The spring season is quickly approaching, and it's important to have fashion on the forefront (literally). No time to figure out the latest eyewear trends? We have you covered! Click through to see the statement sunglasses to try this spring.
If you have ever seen what goes on backstage before a runway show, you know that it takes an army to get the models to look the way they do. Perfectly sleek ponytails and outrageous eyes don't just make themselves you know, and even the barest skin or tussled bed head takes careful preparation. This season, I snagged a moment with the biz's best experts in hair, makeup and nails to get them to share their beauty secrets. From how to make your manicure last, to capturing a natural glow (even in winter!) click through for deceptively simple tips that we can all apply in real life.
Whether or not you attend any of Fashion Month, with the ubiquity of the internet, we all know that a full recap of every single show is just a few clicks away. Images straight from the runway are being published with more and more immediacy, giving fashion followers in the middle of Topeka almost as much access as any magazine editor in NYC. In fact, sites like Style.com and Fashion Wire Press offer a full encyclopedia of images from each and every runway show around the world, all year long. But what we take for granted, is the work that goes into creating these visual catalogues. From New York to Prague and everywhere in between, fashion photographers follow the industry wherever it may lead, in order to capture it all for us folks at home. It’s a job that can be both glamorous, and extraordinarily challenging. This week, CEO and Founder of Fashion Wire Press, Ed Kavishe took a moment out of his insanely busy schedule to tell us what it’s really like to live the life behind the lens.
With New York Fashion Week officially behind us, it's time to look ahead at the next big NYC event we're excited about: Restaurant Week. Although the prices have gone up slightly this year ($25 Lunch, $38 Dinner), we're quite pleased with the selection of restaurants participating in this year's Winter Restaurant Week, taking place from February 17-March 7th. Click through for our top picks on where to dine during Restaurant Week 2014, and book your reservations ASAP!
From sun up to sun down, our Fashion Correspondent, Natalie Decleve, has been all over town capturing the best of NYFW for Guest of a Guest. Whether she’s attending runway shows, interviewing designers and celebrities backstage, or snapping street style – she’s always in the mix. So what does she wear during a week of see-and-be seen activities? Click through to find out.
Are you ready to be Queen of the Jungle? From Stella Mccartney's ultra-chic python hats to Moschino's quirky earbuds and umbrellas, we'll have you channelling your inner Amazonian in no time. Just because 2014 is the year of the horse doesn't mean you can't rock a few lions, tigers, and bears. Sliver, leap, and pounce into spring with these 11 jungle-inspired accessories.
That's a wrap! Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion week has come to an end, but we are still talking about the best of the best. From braided pigtails to a sassy middle part, hair was a major focus this year during the runway shows and presentations. Looking for a new hair style? We have 10 of the top designers' best hair styles from the Fall 2014 season. Click through to check them out now!
For industry insiders, Fashion week is always a test of stamina. Grueling schedules tackled in photo worthy but often uncomfortable outfits is fun, but it's also hard work. Add a polar vortex and buckets of snow to the mix and well...things can get messy. I surveyed some of the regulars on the NYFW scene to learn how the diehards keep calm, warm and stylish during February fashion week. From the best underpinnings and practical footwear to what REALLY gets stashed in those big, beautiful bags - these helpful tips will get you out of your everyday puff coat and stylishly through the last of winter.
As any runway-watcher has realized by now, the concept of a "fashion show" has evolved from a simple strut down the catwalk to an all-out performance art. More and more big name designers have been veering away from the same old tents, taking the fashion folk, however reluctantly, with them. Why stick to Lincoln Center when you can present your designs on boxing ballerinas, or even—gasp—in Brooklyn!? So from fairy tale fashions to Willy Wonka walls of chocolate, let's take a look back at the coolest and most innovative presentations of NYFW 2014.