Last week I attempted to convince you that "D.C. style" is not an oxymoron by highlighting what makes D.C. unique -- a true world capital, cosmopolitan, stylish, and fashion-forward.
Tens of thousands of festival goers will descend upon Indio, California this weekend for the first of two weekends of events related to the Coachella Music Festival.
Style blogger Serena Goh of The Spicy Stiletto explains how to mix and match higher priced items with everyday pieces to create an urban, chic spring look that still utilizes her favorite fabric: leather.
Style, for us, can embody anything from a white T-shirt to a suit so long as you're willing to open yourself up, share your stories, and, in the process, uplift people and humanity.
The Syracuse uniform: Michelin Man-esque parkas, bulky fur-lined boots and a set of chunky knitted accoutrements designed to keep the chill at bay. Practical? Yes. Stylish? Not so much.The antidote comes from students who refuse to sacrifice personal style to the weather's demands.
While the Wharton business fashionisto may wear a tweed sport coat and carry a matte black briefcase to class, the College English major may be spotted in a pair of Warby Parkers carrying a vintage brown leather satchel.
Do I make incorrect assumptions about the people I see sporting Madewell or Chanel on the street or am I playing into the systems of wealth and appearance that I am trying to critique?!
I manage New York Fashion Week the same way I manage the rest of my life: with lots of advance preparation.
When I think about Boston and fashion, I often talk about Newbury Street, which is only a 20-minute walk away from the core of our campus, as being the ultimate people-watching location for any fashion-lover.
One of the best phrases I hear at Brown is the question, "How would you describe the typical Brown student?" followed by the answer, "There is none!" Despite this gag-worthy cliché, I must admit that it applies to the styles I see on Brown's campus.
More conservative than New York City, less hipster than Chicago and more diverse than Los Angeles; D.C. is often overlooked as one of the major fashion-forward cities of the U.S.
While the Kate Mosses of the world might not be roaming our sidewalks, we've got the next best thing: the fashionistas and fashionistos that are the students of the University of Wisconsin -Madison.
If asked to describe Belmont's ultimate trendsetter, I would have to say she isn't afraid to wear what feels right. She's a free spirit and dresses for herself only.
Since taking over the design reins for the men's division of Club Monaco, Aaron Levine has made the label more than just a stop for wardrobe basics. He's made it a resource for updated classics, the kind that merits the eye of street style bloggers.
Chef and restaurateur Kelly Myers of Xico (pronounced "chee-ko") in Portland, Oregon shows us how to make a quick form of enchiladas, she refers to as street-style.
Coming out of L.A. and starring Lisa Katnic as the perfect hybrid of alterna-wierdo and sunny California girl, LisaTV takes you to a monster truck rally, LGBT Renaissance Faire, Goth Day at Disneyland and more.