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& other stories a-line midi skirt trend

Type A: The Midi Skirt that Matters

It’s come to my attention that the A-line midi skirt is the best trend to come around lately, and the reasons are obvious. The A-line midi is that careful intersection of modest and modern, so intrinsically feminine without being frilly, retro without being kitschy.  Plus the shape is flattering on literally anyone. A is for […]

Today is the first day of Spring, which means nothing

In LA, it’s just another Friday. In NY, Nor’easter memories are still fresh and winter coats still reign—therefore, it’s just another Friday. I’m rarely one to not mourn the end of knitwear season (probably because, for me, there is no end to knitwear season), but I’m excited to try everything new for spring. Shirtdresses?  YES. […]

elie saab spring summer 2014 paris fashion week

PFW: Elie Saab is doing it better than you

So, who cares if it was predictable?  Elie Saab does feminine and floral and lacy better than anyone. I’ve thought for some time now that if I ever get married, I want to get married in an Elie Saab dress.  Such an occassion, however, would mean Hell had frozen over, and I’d have to do […]

nina ricci paris fashion week ss 2014

Paris Fashion Week: Nina Ricci Romanticism

In a word: lovely. Photos c/o Styl’in Mag.

burberry london fashion week spring 2014

London Fashion Week: Flowers and Other Shocking Spring Trends

In the time between New York Fashion Week and Milan Fashion Week, we have this thing called London Fashion Week.  It’s a brief five days of stories about powerhouses like Burberry, with the obligatory references to accessible brands like Topshop and the occasional shoutout to high-street fashion brands like Whistles. But it’s a blink-and-you-miss-it affair. […]

kate spade spring 2014 fashion week

Kate Spade Spring/Summer 2014: Retro Chic, as Always

Kate Spade has this magical ability to make you desperately want to transport to 1963 despite the racial tension, sexual politics, and likelihood of you being a housewife.  She makes you want to buy a large sunhat and host a garden party a la some chic Hamptons affair on the tiny balcony of your one-bedroom […]