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You don’t have to be an expert to know that paying bills late (or not at all) isn’t good for your credit score or overall financial health. But there are plenty of other credit card no-no’s that might not be as obvious to you. Read on for 11 credit card mistakes you might be making—and don’t worry: They’re common oversights with easy fixes!

Who says you need to go on a major shopping spree to freshen up your style each season? Not us! To make sure your wardrobe is updated with the coolest spring pieces, we’ve rounded up our favorite under-$100 buys. What are you waiting for? Scroll down to stock up!

Admittedly, men's fashion isn't really our main point of interest here at Who What Wear—but that doesn't mean we don't take a beat every now and then to honor the boys out there who really know how to dress.

A beloved aspect of shifting to spring (aside from the flowers, sunshine, and extra hour of daylight) is the new selection of shoes. Strappy sandals, wooden wedges, and bright heels are all in our peripheral, and thanks to a few of our favorites from the A-list, we can start deciding which exact ones to stock up on. From Kate Bosworth’s Über-cool flatforms to Solange Knowles’ sleek mules—it’s official: We’ve got shoe fever.

When you think about fashion on TV, "Sex and the City" is the first show that comes to mind. As Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda, once told People magazine, “The clothes are like another character in the show. They help make it real.” And it’s true—the sartorial sights that costume designer Patricia Field whipped up for viewers every episode were a huge reason for returning, even when plotlines occasionally faltered or seemed inauthentic. Simply put, you could ALWAYS count on there being great fashion.

Your favorite Parisians (and a few Americans!) are hitting up Paris' most in-demand shows, including Balmain, H&M, and Lanvin—and we have your front-row access. Scroll down for our pin-worthy, best-dressed roundup, and be sure to visit our Fashion Week hub for even more Paris Fashion Week coverage! 

Canadian-American photographer Richard Bernardin has released a collection of fashion-forward photos available on TheseFineWalls. The collection, featuring gorgeous subjects in provocative and expressive poses, links the fashion, beauty, and art worlds thanks to saturated colors, beautiful models, and retro-influenced styling. Splitting time between New York, Paris, and Montreal, Bernardin began his career in film and transitioned into a free-lance fashion and beauty photographer who contributes to Vogue Brazil, Elle Canada, Maxim, Glamour France, and many more.

There's a reason Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing refers to the women who wear his clothes as an "army." For his presentation of the label's F/W 15 collection, Rousteing stacked his show with literally every major It-model on the market right now. 

For his F/W 15 collection, Antwerp-based designer Dries van Noten showed a collection inspired by what he refers to as "grounded glamour." The idea: Clothes that are as wearable and modest as they are glamorous and high-fashion.

We're sure even Anna Wintour is quite aware of the reputation that precedes her—that she's a buttoned-up, somewhat cold, and possibly even mean "editrix." who presides over the most preeminent fashion magazine in the world. Well, there are a few family photos from Wintour and her clan that show a very different woman.

Whenever a new photo of Kate Moss comes out—meaning one that has never before been shared with the world—we get quite excited here at Who What Wear. Not only because Moss is the original supermodel (at least in our eyes), but because we find the prospect of a bunch of unseen photos of her floating around in the ether absolutely titillating.

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Some of Hollywood's biggest and most stylish stars have descended upon the City of Lights for the latest round of Paris Fashion Week! The infallible Solange Knowles is among them, and based on the look she put together for Carven's F/W 15 runway show, she's still pretty much perfect.

Perhaps Beyoncé was on to something with her recent single “7-11.” It seems that the major convenience store is headed for a fashionable upgrade with today’s announcement that all of its locations in Japan will offer a new capsule collection designed by Jean Paul Gaultier. We kid you not!

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Long before Hedi Slimane sent his models down the S/S 15 Saint Laurent runway adorned in beautiful printed scarfs, Chloë Sevigny was on a red carpet somewhere in Los Angeles wearing hers. Always one for bold style, Sevigny and that 2000 look of hers are the subject of today's #TBT. Scroll down to see and shop the look!

Need some gift ideas for an energetic, curious, and spontaneous Aries? Or maybe you’re a ram in search of something special for yourself? Either way, look no further! We’ve curated 15 gifts that these action-oriented and excitement-craving birthday celebrants are sure to appreciate.

Our obsession with Kate Bosworth is well-documented, and it seems the more we learn about the gorgeous, fashion-forward star, the more our love grows. Her latest interview, with Net-a-Porter's magazine The EDITis no exception.

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Hugo Boss on Friday denied IndustriAll Global Union’s charges that factory workers in an Izmir production facility are grossly underpaid, denied overtime wages and have no social benefits.

The service allows customers to choose from more than 100 combinations of formulas, colors and brushes to create a mascara that’s tailored to their lashes.

Rand was one of the creators of branding.

The Aachen, Germany-based skin-care company opened a flagship store in Hamburg this month, its first ever.

The brand is adding to the reportedly $20 million franchise with Surf Infusion, a new product aimed at creating beachy waves for those with dry and coarse hair.

Amazon.com Inc has opened an online store on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's fast-growing online marketplace, Tmall.com.

The brand, which founder Marcia Kilgore sold to Boots in November for an undisclosed sum, will be distributed more broadly by the end of the year, but retailers and price range have yet to be determined.

Out of the gate, U.S. stocks fell sharply as investors speculated the impact of a robust employment report could lead the Federal Reserve Board to raise interest rates.

WWD went off the runways and onto the streets and sidewalks for the best looks from Paris Fashion Week.

Department stores trim payrolls.

The brand celebrated the launch of its spring ad campaign featuring the model at Galeries Lafayette Thursday evening.

Investors were cautious ahead of U.S. employment data.

The Giorgio Armani company has tapped Claudio Calò to coordinate the company’s communication activities. He will be based in Milan and will report directly to Giorgio Armani.

Vice Media is starting a new chapter of expansion, following its September infusion of $500 million from minority investors, and it’s looking to an unlikely target for growth — women.

In separate interviews, Wang and Balenciaga chief executive officer Isabelle Guichot unfurled a host of development plans, citing men’s wear and knitwear among chief growth opportunities.

Jack Huston is adding a new title to his CV: eyewear designer. The British actor serves as the face of Oliver Peoples, and for spring will increase his involvement by codesigning a pair of frames.

Maison Kitsuné, a clothing and music label that prides itself on strong Parisian roots, is applying its classic Gallic persona to accessories, beginning with footwear for fall.

Cesare Paciotti will hold a presentation in Paris and chief executive officer Marco Calcinaro said the move marks the next stage for the company, after a financial setback.

The new version of Red, which is due out next week, is an eau de parfum, a more powerful concentration than the eau de toilette of the original scent.

Nicky Haslam has just published another coffee-table book — a collection of reminisces, clippings and sketches titled “A Designer’s Life.”

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Simon Porte Jacquemus is under a lot of pressure in the aftermath of an art installation that he

I was ten years old the first time I realized that being a grown-up could cost

Without having an existential panic attack, I believe we can all identify who we are

Paris is an interesting case study in getting dressed. I tend to struggle with finding

Before we begin the old step-by-step on How to Do a Black Tie Ponytail, there

I was looking at New York Magazine’s Spring Fashion issue when I got that now-too-foreign

My friend’s mom has been sharing the same self-written axiom with him since the time

1. Invest in a good quality knit — you won’t need to throw it away

Whether or not you’re ready to concede that our parents’ golden years have now co-opted ours, you cannot

I live in a fifth floor walk up. When I have guests over, the first thing

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Dries Van Norten did it for the independent ladies during Wednesday’s AW15 show. Playing upbeat pop tracks from female leaders – including Rihanna’s Rude Boy, Missy Elliot’s Get...

This season, Milan’s runways provided us with everything we’ve come to expect from the capital of sensuality: curve-defining dresses, cheeky nods to modernity, art...

Consuelo Castiglioni clearly wasn’t messing around when he put together his FW15 collection for Marni. Inspired by the cult classic Hanna, his girls were...

Thursday nights are always a busy time here in NYC thanks in part to art galleries, concerts, restaurant openings, in-store events, etc. but sometimes there...

Mother’s Day came early this year for Dolce & Gabbana. Aptly named after the Neapolitan singer Edoardo Bennato’s song, “Viva la Mama,” the fall/winter...

If a walk through the Museum of Modern Art were translated into a fashion collection, it would likely resemble Massimo Giorgetti’s vision for MSGM...

  There are bags and then there are bags and there aren’t many people that know more about the latter than Mr. Valentino. His latest example...

For Fall 2015 Bottega Veneta’s Creative Director Tomas Maier departed from the brand’s typical sophisticated and simple feminine aesthetic and embraced the eclecticism of...

It’s no secret that Italian design is all about extravagance. Just take one look at Anna Dello Russo’s flamboyant Milan fashion week ensembles –...

Keeping up with the brand’s iconic boho-luxe aesthetic, Veronica Etro serves up another striking collection of prints, and patchwork.  She worked with a Seventies...

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