98 degrees isn't the only 90s hit attempting a comeback this season. Bare midriffs are becoming increasingly commonplace as crop-tops become a bona fide spring/summer 2013 trend.
Those of us without tickets will be watching E! from the comfort of our couches. But if you did score an invite, what should you wear? Several popular fashion trends from last year are likely to make a comeback this weekend.
by Alexandra Macon, Vogue There's no Dress the Part we've been more impatient to feature than The Great Gatsby: As the release of Baz Luhrmann's yea...
Purdue places a strong emphasis on academics and a lot of students are here on scholarship. That means that many are either too busy with school to care about fashion or simply don't have it in the budget to sport the latest trends.
In anticipation of the warm weather and carefree days of summer, students at Ryerson University are excited to finally ditch the parkas and trade in their toques for sunglasses. This year, winter has lingered long enough and it's about time to break out the floral dresses and strappy sandals.
If we were to look back in time as far as the 1800s, hairstyles were more complex than a math equation. I still marvel at the old black and white films that conveyed some of the most elaborate and obscure hairstyles ever created. Today, hairstyles are far more simplistic. Thank God right?
VF.com's celebration of the sartorial elite has already included stylish television characters, well-appointed pontiffs, and readers like you.
Until Rachel Zoe, I had never witnessed someone having a true peak experience over clothes and accessories. Characterized by overwhelming joy, rapture, and oneness with the universe, peak experiences are the aha moments of life.
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.
At a time when Lululemon leggings can too often seem like evening wear (they're black, right?), "Mad Men"‚ back this Sunday after a too-long absence‚ is a reminder that clothing can matter, if we want it to.
I would describe Mason fashion as classic chic with a hint of urban flare. Students walk around campus in typical east coast preppy attire but they make it their own by adding pieces that brighten the outfit and add texture.
I've never actually seen a Hermès Birkin bag. Most of what I know about these accessories, which I'm told go for as much as $150,000 each, is based on Mark Khaisman's colored packing tape mock-ups, now on view at Philadelphia's Pentimenti gallery.
By Julie Miller, Vanity Fair Inspired by the magazine's first-ever Best-Dressed Challenge--in which stylish members of the public are invited to subm...
First there was the phenomenon of online shopping. Then the ever growing, fast and fierce "pop up" shop. Next up, the fashion world is going mobile!
Unlike New York City, anyone can make it in San Francisco. We are not a high-fashion hub in the way that perhaps NYU may be. Our students and neighboring college campuses take advantage of the lax vibe our city gives off.
It is looks like this that not only keep me inspired, but also remind me that you don't have to go to the coast to find great fashion. It is right her in the heart of Iowa.