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Temperatures are slowly rising, but the weather hasn't completely made up its mind to stay warm. We've taken to the streets once again to see how New Yorker's are styling themselves during this transitional period. With warm weather on our mind, we asked our stylish subjects what outdoor activity they're most looking forward to this season.
Check out our round up of fashionable folks in the Meatpacking District this morning. We're all trying to make the most out of the warm weather, and we thought it would be nice to shine some light on New Yorkers who are showing off their spring style. More»
Like it or not, the grunge trend is here for spring and, from the looks of the February catwalks, it will be around through next fall (See Saint Laurent FW13). Grungy looks made an appearance on the spring runways of Dries Van Noten, 3.1 Phillip Lim, and Acne Studios, just to name a few. These designers have moved grunge to the forefront of fashion, and have reminded us that grungy isn't necessarily synonymous with dirty or frumpy. Turn on some Pearl Jam and click through to be inspired.
Forget everything you think you know about stripes and plaid. These two patterns, which were once reserved for schoolgirls and Beetlejuice, have now become the go-to trends for spring 2013. Not only do they stand out when worn on their own, but they also make a perfect mixed-print combo when paired together or with other prints. Here are some of our favorite street style representations of the trend. Click through to take a cue on how to pull them off this season. More»
Ear cuffs have been popping up all over the runways and sidewalks. The best part is that the styles vary so much, making it easy for anyone to rock this trend. They range from heavy spikes, to colorful stones, to understated gold. Ear cuffs add an unexpected twist to any outfit. The cuff is definitely here to stay, so pull your hair back and give it a try for spring. Click through to check out some of our favorite cuffs and to see what style suits you.
Style and comfort don't always go together, especially when it comes to shoes. We've done the legwork for you and rounded up 10 comfortable pairs that are also super stylish. We've got you covered, whether you prefer sneakers or heels. Put your feet up and take a look at these fabulous finds.
At the corner of Madison Avenue and Harding Drive, Hilary Rosenman is walking in style. As co-founder of shoe line Madison Harding, Rosenman has distinguished herself in the fashion industry for her vintage-inspired designs. We caught up with Rosenman to discuss her collection, Polyvore partnership, and personal style! More»
Sunday was no day of rest for the fashion set. Lincoln Center was packed to the gills with everyone from the tall to the small. Some of the biggest names in fashion showed up for the DVF show, including Hamish Bowles, Linda Fargo and Suzy Menkes, who was "not in the mood" for a photo. Nikki Hilton also wizzed by, wearing cat-eye sunglasses inside, before we could snap a shot of her "weather-be-damned" bare legs and translucent Louboutins. Luckily, others were more than happy to pose for the camera to flaunt their street style.
There was a time in the not-so-distant past when people waited for fashion week with bated breath in order to catch a glimpse of the designer creations traipsing down the runways. Today, the sartorial creations of fashion's best and brightest are captured on the streets outside of the tents. These street style stars have become as much a part of the fashion machine as the shows themselves. Although arguments can be made about how there are no longer any true originals in the street style world, there are still some that stay authentic and true to their own aesthetic. We've compiled a list of the best street style women that continue to keep us on our toes.
As Fashion Week revved into gear yesterday, we were on location at Lincoln Center to catch all the must-see street style actions. These men and women didn't let the threat of a looming winter storm get in the way of their impeccable style. Click through to see all of the fashionable looks from day one of NYFW.
New York fashion week is quickly approaching which means 100,000 people will flock to Lincoln Center from February 7th to February 14th to see designers from around the world debut their fall 2013 collections. Fashion week is a fast paced whirl wind of shows, parties, and events. It doesn't matter if you're a New Yorker or from out of town, we've got all the tips and tricks you need to know to be as prepared as the pros this fashion week.
Thursday, May 23
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.