I don't believe in fashion mistakes. I've always believed true style requires experimentation and a leap of faith. As a result of this philosophy, I h...
This week I was lucky enough to get some good shots of the girls that were workin' it in the front row with their pouty yet smiley poses, and fab designer outfits.
The official kick-off of a super-chilly Fashion Week has begun. I normally brave the cold with my Seventeen Fashion team every February as we teeter in our heels up, down, and all around town to the shows, but so far this week has been different.
Starting this week in New York, the fashion industry begins its four-city marathon known as Fashion Month.
Another Fashion Month kicks off this week and designers in New York are scrambling to get their Fall 2014 collections show-ready. They needn't bother. For bloggers, celebrities and sadly, even a few editors, Fashion Week is more of a time to be seen than see the collections.
From final retouches on designs, fittings, castings and set design to the moment the first shoe hits the runway, you get the sense of the industry coming together. All eyes are on New York for the eight days of fashion shows.
They're not as overtly ballsy as his lamb job, and I don't include them on my LinkedIn profile, because who would hire me to do them again? But these tasks scared me senseless and/or made my heart sing. And isn't that what the best jobs are about?
I had always been segregated from people who were different. But look at what is happening in today's society. The younger generations are friends with their classmates who are "different," and even making them prom queens and kings.
I've stood just a smidge over five feet since the seventh grade. And I've felt icky, simply being in the vicinity of tall, slim women for just as long.
What is the correlation between fashion and cars? The two seem to go hand in hand. Take Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, for example, to research just how much this week has to say about the partnership.
After a couple days of late-September rain, Bray grew tired and was seen leaning against the storefront of Michael Kors. She eventually sat down on a standpipe, maintaining a flattering crossed-legs posture into her final moments.
We've seen the good, the bad, the ugly, the forgotten and mostly the unaffordable. What sticks and finds its way to stores is what the editors, buyers and trend setters deem worthy. I'm none of those three, but I've been thinking...about New York, where this all began...
Every day thousands of women ask themselves that question when their feet start hurting. Is it my shoes or is it my feet?
Talent coupled with the right backing and support provides an undeniably successful result. During New York Fashion Week two of the most promising designers showed under the Harlem's Fashion Row umbrella.
I've never heard so much negativity around New York Fashion Week before. But you know what, I love it and here are the A-Zs of my #NYFW...
A conversation with the oh-so handsome and incredibly charming Nigel Barker reveals layers of a man who views the world on a tweaked lens and captures moments by the milliseconds that last a lifetime.