I've been interested in confidence since I was a young girl. I suffered with body image issues and self doubt, and it inspired me to start a conversation and a community where we could make some changes.
Anna Wintour's bob is undoubtedly enviable and Anna Dello Russo's beach-kissed tresses are perfect for any Instagram filter, but sometimes hair upkeep can seem like more trouble than it's worth.
As the stress of the impending Fashion Week(s) started to set in, it dawned on me: We should probably rest up (aka pamper ourselves) old school-style before shit hits the fan.
Madeline isn't our daughter. Madeline is blond, Louise is brunette. Madeline is 20 years old, Louise is 7 months, Madeline is Australian, Louise is French. They don't have a lot in common, except for a 47th chromosome in every cell of their bodies.
Growing up, Rebekah Marine had dreams of becoming a model, but having been born without a right forearm, was told that it would never happen. But she wouldn't take no for an answer.
"Growing up in NYC, playing ball and being fly were the most important things to me and my peers. We all wanted to be in the NBA and dress the best. I wanted to combine the two as a tribute to our childhood."
Designer Carrie Hammer believes fashion has the power to spark social change. She not only creates custom garments for professional women to help them feel more confident, but actually sends those women down the Mercedes-Benz runway.
Every season the push for racial diversity during Fashion Week is as much a part of the conversation as what's trending on designer runways. However, spotting models representing all shades and sizes continues to be more of the exception than the rule.
The iconic mannequin company Rootstein is releasing a visionary new collection this season. For the first time in history both female and male mannequins are being sculpted based off the image of a single individual, the gender bender fashion designer Phillipe Blond.
While we don't know what was in Søren or Regine's bag, below are a few suggestions regarding what your bag might reveal about your existential lifestyle.
In our inherent and constant search for relevance, fashion week seems the perfect venue to proclaim yourself a part of the in-crowd.
Fashion Week: for a young woman recovering from anorexia, attending fashion week, surrounded by beautiful people, skinny models, and a society which is centered around appearances, is similar to sending a recovering alcoholic to a bar that serves free drinks all night. Basically, a huge trigger.
Why menswear? I get this question all the time, as if people are shocked that I prefer working with varsity jackets over wrap dresses. My fascination with menswear began in my teens.
From the international runways of New York, Paris and Milan we've compiled five spring runway-inspired looks for your home.
Russell Simmons created Argyleculture with the Urban Graduate in mind -- a term coined by its founder that defines an emerged male and female consumer born and bred in the hip-hop culture, now mature and successful in his or her own right.
Here's a sentence I never thought I'd write: I walked down a catwalk in a fashion show during New York Fashion Week.