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Personal style was the main attraction inside the crisp, white space at Milk Studios. Frigid temperatures forced show-goers to keep cozy in their hats and coats. Luckily, said coats were anything but boring. From chic capes to vibrant colors and textures, the outerwear here was as fashionable as functional. But the real star of the day? Miss Fuego: a blonde haired, blue skinned, transgender... Puppet. Yes, the West Hollywood based, Puerto Rican character is a part of Milk Studio's Fashion Week program - and we got a chance to meet her (and her man of the moment) in the flesh... er, fur. More»
As usual, the Alice and Olivia presentation was a treat for the senses. Held at the McKittrick hotel (home to the seductively mysterious theater experience, Sleep No More) show goers knew to expect something special. And they were right. One model lay "sleeping" in a glass box with an apple shaped wallet in hand, while another perched high above the crowd with 15 feet of blonde hair cascading down a mountain top. The storybook theme was a perfect backdrop for designer, Stacy Bendet's latest collection which included everything from brocade ball gowns to lace blouses. Also as usual, the venue was packed with friends and fans. We managed to corner the best dressed of the bunch for a quick photo amidst the mayhem. More»
On a sunny Sunday afternoon in west Chelsea, Tracy Reese gave one of most cheerful and relaxed shows of the season. The crowd clapped and whooped as the final walk came down the runway, and everyone seemed so glad to be there that show-goers, including Fern Mallis and June Ambrose, lingered afterward to mingle and congratulate the designer. Outside of Center 548, the crowd was equally amiable, and posed agreeably amongst the snow banks for our photographer. Across the street, we snapped Suzy Menkes, Bill Cunningham, Lynn Yeager and more as they gathered for the Thakoon show. And although it was a weekend, these stunning outfits were anything but lazy. More»
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. More»
Coveting that runway look, but not quite sure how to recreate it? We can help with that! Over the weekend, we were invited backstage at the Tracy Reese fashion show, and had access to the best beauty gurus, ringlet tamers and nail artists of Fashion Week. While we hung out backstage, we were given the best insider tips and tricks. Now we are passing the knowledge on to you! Click through for expert beauty advices from the Fall 2014 Tracy Reese Show.
Over the weekend in NYC, NYFW continued with major parties on both Friday and Saturday, from the Prabal Gurung bash at Up&Down, where crowns were passed around to poke fun at the one worn by the streaker at his show, to Alexander Wang's post-show party at Gilded Lily in celebration of his much-anticipated show in Brooklyn, to the Porter Magazine launch at Narcissa, to a performance by Blood Orange at Grandlife's This Is New York party, and so much more!
NYFW is here. Time to attend dozens of shows and parties while looking devastatingly chic and avoiding Black Swan-esque blisters and/or desperate searches for a place to rest your aching feet. Luckily, we've got 10 pairs of shoes that are gorgeously sharp (in the sartorial sense) without inflicting pain. Contrary to popular belief, it isn't always necessary to suffer for beauty.
Yesterday marked the first morning of NYFW and the newly redesigned tents at Lincoln Center were buzzing with anticipation. Industry big wigs including Joe Zee, Ken Downing and Leandra Medine showed up bright and early for the BCBG show. Many show goers mingled around afterward sipping Smart Water and posing for photos, although security inside the tents was tighter than in the past - keeping out many photographers without credentials. Once inside, we snapped some of the morning's very best outfits - which included plenty of practical footwear. Click through to get your winter style inspiration! More»
As New Yorkers, it can be hard to go outside your comfort zone of blacks and greys and venture into color, but Pantone's Fashion Color Report makes it easy for even the most color-challenged. Here are a few of the trending colors to incorporate into your wardrobe for the upcoming season.
We all know that sleep is the most important key to staying energized throughout the day, but with the daily work grind and maintaing a social life?? Getting those 8 hours may not be your top priority. If coffee is your go-to energy drink, put down your mug and sip on some natural alternatives to get your caffeine fix. Click through to view six healthier options. More»
Wednesday, March 12
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.