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Take sartorial notes from our July 2014 cover and hoard everything white in sight!
Our July 2014 cover with Georgina Wilson and Celine Lopez is refreshing to see—barely there makeup, undone hair, and of course, those crisp white pieces that looks simple and impeccable, so we thought of putting together a (shopping!) list of pieces inspired
We show you how to pull off the unisex look without going overboard!
We’ve talked about the normcore trend, we’ve talked about unisex and genderless dressing, so why not help you create looks you can wear on any given day? Draw inspiration from the men’s department and incorporate it into your usual pieces and out
And we mean, right now. Let these micro trends creep into your daily must-haves.
Unisex dressing and normcore are some of the micro trends that we're absolutely loving right now. The thought of picking pieces that are clean, crisp, polished, yet comfortable makes us want to run to the nearest mall. We bid goodbye to some
The two It girls join in this month's fashion talks.
This year’s Best Dressed issue focuses on fashion conversations—between mother and daughter, hubaderas, writers, dancers, and more. Two of the ladies featured, who are also on this month's cover, are Celine Lopez and Georgina Wilson—It Girls, then and now. These gorgeous style mavens, sporting
New Balance Fires Back At Karl Lagerfeld
While designers are trading in strappy stilettos for lace-up trainers, some might be veering too close to the normcore norm. New Balance gets fired up as they sue Karl Lagerfeld for mimicking its signature sneaker in a style for his namesake line.
And is it really the next big thing in fashion?
If Hollywood is breeding a new set of celebrities―the class we’d like to call anti-IT girls like Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, and Shailene Woodley―fashion has normcore. The premise: to look as normal as possible.But that’s the thing, normal is completely subjective. The past few months,