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Dress Like Kim Kardashian Without The Price Tag

We are in love with Kim Kardashian’s Free People boots that fold over completely and have a zipper down the side. But our love ends with the $358 price tag, which has just a tad too many figures. That’s where these suede shoes come in — with a number that’s affordable! For just $45, you’ll be able to take part in the trend, without forcing yourself to wear the boots everyday while forgoing lunch just to make up for the cost. [$45, Charlotte Russe] Keep reading »

Give Your Home A Light Update

In New York City apartments, there are only so many alterations that can be made in order to turn the teeny tiny space into your own. Most rely on pictures and furniture to decorate, but go a step further and continue to infuse your own personal style into the white-walled area with these candle holders. Buy one or more and pair with simple white candles to provide better lighting than sanctioned bulbs and to bring a bit of peace into your day. [$49.95, Crate & Barrel] Keep reading »

Vivienne Westwood Wants You To Stop Buying Clothes

Most designers would never suggest that anyone quit shopping. After all, their businesses run according to the premise that the public will go out and buy new clothes every season. But that’s exactly what Vivienne Westwood wants you to do: stop purchasing things. She has a totally legitimate reason however, as this designer is thinking about the good of the environment, and not her bank statement. “We all have a part to play and if you engage with life, you will get a new set of values, get off the consumer treadmill and start to think and it is these great thinkers who will rescue the planet,” explained Vivienne. She’s suggesting that you only buy clothes when you absolutely need them, and attempt to stay away from buying things for six whole months, which is a long, long time for fashion enthusiasts. Sounds like she’s on the “fashion fast” we talked about earlier this week! [British Vogue] Keep reading »

Wellies, The Official Shoe Of Fashion Week?

As NYC’s snowy winter wonderland turns into hellish puddles of slush, Fashion Week goers have a rough decision to make. Give in to the terrors of not-so-stylish wellies and boots or suck it up and wear heels. This morning, as the first brave fashion souls found their way to the tents in Bryant Park, footwear choices were wide and varied. We spotted Anne Slowey of Elle in Keds comfort, while I chose low-heeled OTK black boots and Erin went for Hunter rain boots. Still, a few crazies were wearing towering stilettos. We’re hoping those girls arrived in boots and changed — at least for the sake of their soles. But c’mon, at what point do you just have to give in to the weather and say screw it? Keep reading »

Architecture For Your Ears

When the worlds of fashion and architecture meet, brilliant designs are formed. Bring back the era of Art Deco with these silver earrings, which are simple yet structured to fit in with this winter’s trend of bold shoulders and exaggerations. Since the design matches the late ’20s and ’30s, fabricate a story about the history of the earrings through the generations of your family. There’s a conversation starter. [$25, Topshop] Keep reading »

Watch Fashion Shows From The Comfort Of Your Couch

As of today, Fashion Week is officially underway, but with the snow and cold temperatures, getting around in New York City is simply treacherous. This weather makes you want to sit on your couch in PJs and catch up on daytime television, doesn’t it? Thankfully, 12 designers (so far!) have plans to embrace the internet during Fashion Week and will livestream their shows online, which means not only is it possible to stay at home to see the new fashions, but for those whose invitation got lost in the mail, it’s still possible to attend. You can watch Marc Jacobs’ celeb-free show on his website, catch Rodarte and Alexander Wang thanks to ShowStudio, and preview the G-Star looks on their Facebook page. It’s fashion meets the tech world, and it’s much, much warmer in here. [My It Things] Keep reading »

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