I wandered out desperate for more -- a massive museum devoted to celebrity-worship culture. A Lindsay Lohan wing, a rotating Kardashian gallery, tours by friendly docent Paris Hilton. The mid-aughts deserve as much.
It's time to pop the champagne and celebrate the new shopping landscape that is on the horizon in 2016.
I have recently fallen in love with the turtleneck. It's a fairly new relationship, inspired by Nora Ephron. It elongates my neck, keeps me warm and has a simple elegance to it. It's a perfect winter staple because you can wear it with anything.
In finding my own personal style and aesthetic, I have picked up a couple tips and borrowed looks from a few ladies along the way. In coming into my own, I have learned through imitation (both subtle and not).
Now, as a man who edits the country's most widely-read women's fashion magazine, I am particularly interested in seeing what women designers have in store for women each season. After all, they undoubtedly bring a first-person perspective to the equation.
There are few things more frustrating than writing a magazine article that doesn't get published. What's worse is when the article features an Oscar-worthy, young movie star who was gracious enough to give an extensive interview.
Although some parts of the country are still experiencing the last grunt of winter chills, here in L.A. we are seeing more "colorful" effects.
After years of hedging, I'm slowly conceding: In a backhanded way, the Olsen twins do deserve some credit for what they choose to wear, however atrocious you or I may find it.
There has been a recent surge of subscription-based businesses particularly within the fashion and lifestyle realms. This business intrigues me as it often seems to be of much more benefit to the retailer than to the customer to be on a subscription basis.
Some celebrities have released their own clothing lines, including Selena Gomez, Lauren Conrad, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen -- and Justin Bieber is planning to have his own store!
The tables were turned Wednesday night as fashion's pint-sized barons Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen courted the very bloggers who meticulously idolize and document the twins' iconic street style.
As vast swaths of the country foray into single-digit temperatures, put your best feet forward -- spring and all its attendant glory can only come if it has gone.
The proliferation of fashion bloggers notwithstanding, WWD remains the industry bible. The glamorous yet dishy fashion trade publication has been capturing the world's greatest fashion moments for 100 years.
Designer Jenni Kayne launched her namesake line in 2003 at--at the age of 19--and has been a go-to source for best-dressed celebs like Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Rachel Bilson, and Kirsten Dunst ever since.
Everyone needs a little lovin', even if it's in a class about Torts. What are torts? Are they like tarts? Can you eat them? Can this be integrated into the general lexicon, as a happy alternative to totes?
The Belle D'Opium premiere party was a bit like going back to Disneyworld -- if Disneyworld were on acid.