Autumn brides, rejoice! Embroidered blooms have been popping up all over bridal runways; from Romona Keveza, to Amsale and Lazaro (L to R) designers are insisting that florals aren't just for spring. Want to rock this soft and romantic wedding look during your fall nuptials? Feast your eyes on these choice floral picks: (more…)
Bearing the burden of the tiny bouquet is no easy task, so reward your favorite gals with a thoughtful gift that says "I couldn't have done it without you", or at least "I can still differentiate you from the others". Here are a few gifting suggestions for everyone from your overly manicured first cousin to your most granola of college girlfriends. (more…)
1. Well, it's confirmed: Lindsay Lohan is an "artistic advisor" for Emanuel Ungaro, a job she was rumored to get a few months back. We still find this odd, and we'll stick with celebrity looks, not celebrity designs. [WWD] 2. The prolific Marc Jacobs has expanded into new territory: skateboards. The decks have pretty interesting designs; though we don't skate, we'd don a denim jacket to ride one if we did. [HypeBeast] 3. Oprah will co-host next year's biggest fashion event, the Met Ball, with Anna Wintour. We wonder if Oprah's seen The September Issue and knows what she's in for. [Yahoo News] 4. Sex and The City star Kristin Davis has canceled her upcoming clothing line, which was supposed to debut at New York Fashion Week this month and be sold at Belks department stores. In case you still want to dress in clothing that Davis would approve of, we'd recommend getting a pair of fashion-forward ankle booties. [The Cut]
Editor's Pick: Stella McCartney at Gilt Groupe Juice Beauty and Julie Haus clothing at Hautelook Anne Klein clothing, Satya jewelry, and Viktor and Rolf scarves at ideeli Lulu Frost and Eddera jewelry at Gilt Groupe Splendid clothing and Hobo International bags at Billion Dollar Babes Guess watches at Editors' Closet Rivet de Cru Jeans at Beyond the Rack Catherine Malandrino clothing, Philosophy beauty, and Lagos jewelry at Rue La La Be on top of high-low dressing: deck out new duds from Stella McCartney with discount jeans, cheap underwear, and cheap jewelry.