The DVF Fall 2013 Collection runway show was so definitive of Ms. Furstenberg and her style.
The creator of the most loved dress in American fashion (the wrap dress for those unfamiliar) held true to what she did best–design amazing shapes. This is another collection that I’d like to give an award to. Mainly because there are so many grown woman looks from this collection.
A socialite’s dream, this collection is overloaded with looks perfect for a girl’s night out as revenge to the boy she loves. From the fur accents, wrap dresses, to keeping the color block trend alive, DVF totes rocked my fashion socks off my feet.
Check out the style stand-outs from her collection (click on any image to start the gallery).
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You may have noticed that I use the word swoon — a lot. I didn’t make up the word it’s in the dictionary. It’s similar to amazeballs but I find swoon to be a much cleaner adjective. The words ‘balls’ can be perceived in many ways, if you catch my drift. Before I jump into LFW I wanted to share some of my swoon worthy looks from NYFW.
For whatever reason (and I will explain in the caption of the photo) here’s 9 looks I am totally in love with or should I say swooning over. View Full Post
Pantone predicted the color of 2012 as Tangerine Tango, a gorgeous vibrant orange. Too bad we didn’t see much of their prediction on the runway this NYFW season. But what I did spot was lots of chartreuse.
What is chartreuse? Good question. It’s a color halfway between yellow and green that was named because of its resemblance to the green/yellow color of a French liqueur. I’ve seen this color a lot in home decor. My bathroom colors are actually turquoise and chartreuse. So the color may not be new to you but perhaps new to your closet.
The only bad thing about this color is that it doesn’t quite photograph as well as it appears. But I love the color trend just the same.
Check out my fav pieces from designers who nailed this trend. View Full Post
CFDA and eBay are determined to spread awareness against the production of fake goods. If you’ve been to NYC’s infamous Canel Street lately you will notice very empty blocks which were once the homes of fake Louis’, Prada, Dior, and more.
You Can’t Fake Fashion is a fashion campaign created to celebrate original designs with a collection of 50 one-of-a-kind canvas tote bags. The designer bags are customized by some of the best designers in fashion like Calvin Klein, Tory Burch, Milly by Michelle Smith, Diane von Furstenberg, Rodarte, Kenneth Cole, Coach and many more. View Full Post