Now that October is fast approaching, I am feeling slightly plaid-crazy. And by slightly, I mean all about it. Nothing looks more like the picture of fall to me than some crisp tartan freshness. But why stop at pleated skirts and cozy coats?
Fashion Month is winding down, but some of the best shows are still to come, including my beloved Valentino.
Forget injectables! The latest serum from RéVive imitates the firming and tightening without any needle needed (and without a frozen, overdone brow as a result).
It’s easy to get so wrapped up in Karl Lagerfeld’s stunning work for Chanel and Fendi that we forget he has his own eponymous line. But he does, and it’s pretty desirable in its own right, especially the Spring ’15 collection.
I developed my first neuroma three years ago when single sole heels came back into fashion (unfortunately for my feet, it doesn’t look like they’re going anywhere, anytime soon). The podiatrist told me that the growth of nerve tissue was brought on by an overuse of pumps…
Two-for-one special, anyone? This is quite possibly the most functional trend, ever. Jeremy Scott (seriously, who else?!) at Moschino is determined to bring the term “hands-free” to brave new levels.
At the end of September, we’re finally starting to feel a fall chill coming, but it’s hardly time to break out the full-length fur. I’m not willing to wait any longer, though, so I’ve found a few smaller pieces to tide us over (faux-enthusiasts, included!).
Am I seeing some twister chic? All it takes is a single standout detail to make a bag, and in the case of J.W. Anderson, all it takes is a simple, twisted take on a single handle. The inspiration seems to be a little bit origami, a little bit girlish bow, and a lot modern sculpture. Not to mention all J.W., who’s proving to be a precocious connoisseur of everything avant-garde yet wearable.