Okay, it’s official. Diane von Furstenberg has had the very first NYFW collection where I’ve loved EVERY single piece.
Maybe it’s because I’m super into animal prints right now or because the radio has been playing Katy Perry’s “Roar” every five fucking seconds, but DVF’s safari-themed pieces are just what the doctor ordered.
“What I’m hoping is that people feel joie de vivre, happiness, and beauty in a world that is so rough, so unpredictable, and scary,” the designer said before her show. Mission accomplished. These clothes make me happy. I feel like I can rule the damn world in jungle-chic ensembles that bring out my inner wild child. But I still don’t know which one I want (hypothetically, because let’s be serious—I ain’t made of money)…
Click “Vote” under the look above that makes you want to show off your animalistic side!
Oh fashion week, we can always count on you to supply us with style inspiration, WTF outfits, and a plethora of male models who seem truly confused as to where they are and what they are doing and why exactly they are not wearing any pants. This guy from the Mark McNairy runway show, for example, seems to be taking a page from the “walk of shame” school of fashion, complete with a half-empty beer. [Style]
I’m not usually a huge Rebecca Taylor fan; she tends to be way too girly for my taste. But as I noted yesterday, I am loving her Spring 2014 collection because she’s toughened up her usual frilly pastels with sportier shapes. And the best thing about this look in particular? It takes a summer staple — the white lacy and/or eyelet dress — and makes it appropriate for fall with just two key pieces: the moto vest and a knit hoodie. Details on how to steal this runway look are after the jump! Keep reading »
Rachel Roy shocked us with one of our favorite shows of NYFW so far. The collection embodies a downtown coolness without being overtly chilly or overly pretentious. In short, we wish we could wear it all, but alas! It’s not in the budget, and instead, we’ll admire from afar. Roy was in good company, too. There were great collections from Alexander Wang, Christian Siriano, Suno and Derek Lam — and you can check ‘em all out after the jump! And don’t forget to tell us who you love, in the comments. Keep reading »
There are so many shows, and not enough hours in the day to possibly go to all of them. Good thing, then, that we’ve got your New York Fashion Week coverage down. We’re not even half way through day two, and there’s already been nearly three dozen shows. We’ve whittled it down to a few of our faves from the third and fourth day of shows. I was totally droooooling over Whit’s prints, use of black and white, and the wide range of options, from dresses to wide-leg pants.
After the jump, check out more collections from Zimmermann, Kate Spade, Rebecca Minkoff, Mara Hoffman and Rebecca Taylor… Keep reading »
New York Fashion Week is about half way over, which means we’ve already seen lots of good, lots of bad and LOTS of WTF. Thankfully, the two dresses above helped to restore my faith in what’s been hitting the runway. After seeing far too many dresses that looked like bath robes, there were these…
For starters, I’m a big fan of black and white. It’s a classic color combo and it looks good on prettttty much everyone. But there’s nothing wrong with color, either. The masterminds of Tess Giberson and Honor crafted the stunning ensembles above, combining three of my favorite colors. I. LOVE. THEM.
Which of these dainty frocks do you prefer? Click “Vote” below the dress of your choice!