It's hard enough to find an outfit to wear on date night, let alone what peeks through underneath. The sex appeal is real with these lacy, sexy pieces we've amassed. Don't hesitate to unclasp one more button on your silk shirt this weekend - these pieces could easily pass as part of the outfit instead of a support system for the twins.
Emily Saunders is the designer and owner behind the fashion line SAUNDER which launched in 2011 and is produced solely in NYC's Garment District. "A traveler at heart, Saunders infuses her line with global influences as well as an overall flavor of downtown New York," explains her site, and her brand has appeared in publications including WWD, Bello, and Foam, as well as on celebrities like McKayla Maroney and Halle Berry. Emily's latest Fall/Winter collection features stunning dresses, jackets, tops, and more, all made with enriched fabrics, fun embellishments, and unique detail. For an inside look into Emily and all things SAUNDER, be sure to check out her blog, and for more reasons to know her, keep reading here! [You Should Know]
Flat? Heeled? Over-the-knee? Short? Although we love how many options we have for boots, sometimes the task of finding the perfect pair can be slightly daunting. Lucky for you, we've narrowed the choices down to a few essential looks and found amazing options for every price point. Enjoy this easy guide to completing your closet!
Born in Nebraska, Logan Samuelson is a talented womenswear designer who's certainly come a long way to "make it happen" in New York City. Logan is totally dedicated to his work, spending his days sketching, looking at fabrics, and arranging with factories, whilst maintaining a "work hard, play hard," life motto. In addition, Logan wrote for SCENE Magazine, maintaining the online column "Logan's Hit List," for all things fashion. When Logan showed up to set rocking braids and a bomber jacket, we couldn't get enough of his ultra-cool vibe, and we're positive his fashion career is one to watch. For more reasons to know Logan, continue reading here! [You Should Know]
Over the weekend in NYC, funny gal and food-fan Chrissy Teigen stopped by the New York City Wine and Food Fest Burger Bash, Natalie Portman, Jennifer Connelly, and Darren Aronofsky attended the Woodstock Film Festival, the 94th Annual Far Hills Race Meeting (a.k.a. "The Hunt") brought J. Crew-clad crowds to Jersey, and more!
It's the third week of October, which means the Halloween costume search is in full swing for everyone. Instead of going with a generic, pre-packaged costume from your local Halloween store, why not come up with something a little more creative this year? So far, we've given you suggestions on the best 2014 pop culture costumes, stylish ideas inspired by our favorite TV shows, and the most outrageous emoji looks, but we haven't told you what we at GofG are going to dress up as. From the DIY enthusiasts in the office to the last-minute, 'throw on anything in your closet' kind of costume, we've got everything in store for you. So, if you're still looking for a little inspiration, click through to find out what our favorite costumes of all time were and what we're planning for this year.
Judi Wong is a restaurateur originally from Vancouver, Canada and now living and working in New York City. In October of 2006, Judi and her partners Lynn Wagenknecht and Steven Abramowitz, opened Cafe Cluny, where eventually Chef Phillip Kirschen-Clark would join the team as head chef. Since opening, the cafe has drawn great attention, having been featured on CBS as one of the "7 Best West Village Date Restaurants," as well as on Eater, Page Six, Manhattan Sideways, and Immaculate Infatuation. Cafe Cluny is a favorite lunch spot for all who are "in the know" in the West Village (including the staff of GofG!), and, it's not just because they serve up an amazing breakfast and lunch spread. Judi's kind, warm personality and ultra-chicness radiate everything and everyone she touches. Read on for more about Judi Wong! [You Should Know]
This past week, we journeyed to St. Louis, MO for St. Louis Fashion Week, hosted by Alive Magazine. We couldn't get over how fantastic the fashion was (hello, Tess Giberson and Timo Weiland!) as well as how organized STLFW is compared to the chaotic scene New York Fashion Week endures. Click through our slideshow for some of the highlights from this Mid-Western fashion extravaganza!
Publicist Jeff Trosch is the handsome Senior Account Executive at GCK Partners. Prior to that, he was a Fashion Assistant at GQ as well as an Executive Assistant to James LaForce at LaForce + Stevens. Originally from Baltimore, Jeff now lives in the West Village in NYC, and his Instagram is filled with travels and friends, including Damien Nunes (who you should know too). Though he won't give up his biggest secret or his secret crush, Jeff does give us a good life motto: "Just breathe," he says. For more reasons to know Jeff, who is clearly on the rise, continue reading! [You Should Know]
Every year artists and fans alike from all over the world come together for the CMJ Music Marathon in New York City to showcase their talent and love for music. The event will take place throughout the city from October 21st to October 25th. CMJ stands for College Media Journal and has helped launched the careers of many artists, including Arcade Fire, Icona Pop, MGMT, Gotye, and Cold War Kids (who will be returning to headline this year), just to name a few. With over 1,000 bands performing this year, it could definitely be difficult to catch the best shows, so we're sharing our list of can't-miss acts. Don't be surprised if you see them on the top of the charts in a few months.