'Ye fashion show was a star studded event, where he dropped a new track with Sia and Kylie Jenner walked the catwalk.
Oh pre-fall. Just like resort, in-between seasons are pretty frivolous to a poor college student, but we still love them. Most of us aren't updating our wardrobes four times a year, but sometimes you just need a little inspiration when transitional weather is getting you down.
Designer Alexander Wang has teamed with Beats by Dr. Dre for a limited-edition collection including Beats Studio headphones, Beats Pill and Urbeats earbuds.
Unfortunately, a wardrobe of runway pieces is not a reality for most of us. Instead we use the fabulous designer looks as inspiration to piece together our own style and wardrobe.
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As the temperature starts to rise, it's time to bare those legs, soak up a little vitamin D (just make sure to wear sunscreen!), and enjoy the lovely weather. Sure, you could wear shorts, but then you gotta deal with that whole "thighs rub together and shorts ride up" situation. Plus, skirts are way more fun, and a cuter, flirtier way to show off those gams.
Fashion Week and all its bittersweet glory has come and gone. The last Fashion Week to be shown at Bryant Park, designers pulled out all of the tricks under their sleeves to make it unforgettable. The big white tents, made even whiter by the snow, brought new looks into the new decade that will be sure to translate into your wardrobe.
Fashion Week, a sort-of welcome week for the rich and stylish, has come to an end. Come tomorrow, a construction crew will be taking the tents at Bryant Park down, models will hop on planes to London and editors will finally get more than three hours of sleep per night. Ready to stock your closet for spring?
September is one of my favorite months for many reasons: Back-to-school, Labor Day, Lil’ Wayne’s Birthday, Starbucks’s Pumpkin Spice Lattes and, of course, Fashion Week. Fashion Week is actually a misnomer; instead of a week, it is a month-long event full of runway shows, presentations and parties that starts in good ol’ NYC...
This Fall it’s all about affordable designer collaborations like Anna Sui for Target, Max Azria for Walmart and Christian Siriano for Payless. Yes, I said Payless. As in, Payless where you used to get your penny-loafers and light up sneakers as a kid. That Payless. I must admit - I was skeptical at first, but with Christian Siriano behind it, how can I expect it to be anything less than “fierce”?
I’m going to be honest here: the only reason why I’m posting this hyphen-dress is because I desperately want it. Imagine this with some killer black booties. Sigh.
The t-shirt is arguably the most versatile item of clothing in a college girl's closet. Though they originated as undershirts, the tee has come along way. Now it's the perfect item for any occasion, whether you are picking up boys at the bar or rolling out of bed 5 minutes before class.
Once upon a time, khaki was used strictly for military uniforms. That time has come and gone, and while the word khaki is derived from a word meaning 'dusty', it doesn't have to look drab. Gap has revolutionized this fabric with their latest CFDA Design Collection that hits stores this week. Hot designers, such as Alexander Wang and Vena Cava, made this drab fabric fab-u-lous.