Fashion Off The Runway: Celebrating Street Style Photography

While the New York Times‘ Bill Cunningham was shooting chic man-on-the-street images back in the ’70s, street style photography really exploded in the late ’00s, and soon bloggers like The Sartorialist’s Scott Schuman, Continue Reading →

‘Gatsby’ Inspires Flapper Fashions

The opulence of the 1920s roars onto the silver screen with Friday’s opening of “The Great Gatsby.” Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s literary classic features an A-list cast (Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Continue Reading →

Bill Cunningham New York

One of my biggest fashion inspirations is Bill Cunningham, the famed fashion photographer. He not only is extremely talented at what he does, but his simple outlook on life is so refreshing and Continue Reading →

Iconic Moments in Film that Changed Women’s Fashion

In addition to being one of Woody Allen’s best films, “Annie Hall” also changed women’s fashion. When Diane Keaton donned a casual, menswear-inspired look, stylistas of ’77 shouted, “chic!” “Flashdance” may not be Continue Reading →

Tangerine Tango: Pantone’s color of the year in fashion.

The color of 2012 is a citrus-red hue that will give your weary eyes a break from all of those neutrals. Tangerine Tango, Pantone’s 2012 color of the year, was selected because, “there’s Continue Reading →

Are You A Lolita?

Thirteen-year-old blogging sensations are just the beginning. For Spring, designers kicked their youth obsession up a notch by indulging in some Lolita fantasies. Christopher Kane drew inspiration directly from the Kubrick movie for Continue Reading →

Spring 09 Trend Report – Marrakesh Express

Ali Baba pants at Ralph Lauren, djellabas at Gucci, turbans everywhere from Dries Van Noten to Paul Smith—the Spring runways were as shimmering and vibrant as a Moroccan souk. And there were as Continue Reading →