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Add a little spice to your basic button-down shirt by tying it higher at the waist, and pairing it with a ladylike separate, like a floral pencil skirt. Accessorize with ankle-strap sandals for a springy finish. Scroll down to shop!

Below, find all our most popular stories from this entire week! Happy Sunday!

If a traditional overall isn’t your thing, there’s a solution for that. Let us introduce you to the least tomboy take on the trend: the overall dress. With its dungarees-style straps on top and girly take on the bottom, it’s the perfect alternative over the classic style! Ready to test it out?

From bell-bottoms to skinnies to mom jeans, denim is a prime example of how trends can translate to wearable street style looks. The latest denim trend we’re spotting? Anything but basic, really. Paint splatter, patchwork, screen prints, and beaded embellishments have all found their place on jeans this season. Though we’re not suggesting you hang up your basic blues anytime soon, we couldn’t help but share this denim phenomenon, and suggest a pair or two for you to buy. Scroll down to see how you can pull off these statement jeans—and to shop our favorites if you need a pair!

Is it us, or does it suddenly seem like less is so much more? While the minimalist lifestyle has been gaining traction for a while now, lately it seems the trend has narrowed in on an area dear to our hearts: the closet. Whether it’s Marie Kondo’s often wardrobe-focused tidying technique or Matilda Kahl choosing to wear one outfit to work for three years, many are looking to trim the fat of their closets. After all, who doesn’t have a large selection of unworn, often low-quality items hiding out in their closets? We know we’re guilty.

Looking for another way to experiment with the 70s trend this spring? Try it out with a pair of suede pants. We especially love them paired with a thin knit and jean jacket. Scroll down to shop!

The week in pop culture, all in one easy-to-digest place!

The year was 2013 when Equipment introduced the Knox, a simple white blouse with an amazing (and subtly sexy) lace-up detail. Fast-forward two years and the blouse is once again just as popular (if not more) as when it first debuted. So what’s the obsession with a style that’s a couple years old? I blame Kate Bosworth, Pandora Sykes, and Leandra Medine (to name a few) for putting the Knox back on everyone’s radar.

Check out the ingredients list on one of your favorite products. Is the first ingredient water, or perhaps “aqua”? We thought so. Water in beauty products has been a given for, well, ever. But if we’ve learned anything from breakthroughs like BB creams and essences, it’s that sometimes our skincare regimens need a little shaking up. Especially when that shake-up comes from the always ahead-of-the-curve Korean skincare market. We were chatting with Christine Chang and Sarah Lee, co-founders of natural Korean beauty website Glow Recipe, and the two let us in on a new trend in skincare that’s going to be big—waterless formulas. It sounds so simple and yet so revolutionary. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about going water-free!

You may already have your weekend plans set (brunch with your main crew, that Ariana Grande concert—no, you're not ashamed, and date night with your S.O.), but life’s all about spontaneity, right? And what better way to add something extra to your schedule than with a little impromptu shopping? To make things easy, we rounded up the 15 best online buys for every budget!

There are a precious few fashion bloggers in the world who have instant name recognition: Chiara Ferragni. Aimee Song. Rumi Neely. Besides those stylish and highly followed ladies, there's an entire community of bloggers Instagramming, writing, and generally plugging away to provide us with an abundance of outfit inspiration.

Russian beauty Yulia Terentyeva was snapped in a green blazer, black belted dress and platform sandals, and we're taking notes— The sleek and sexy, yet polished look is perfect for date night!

With summer right around the corner, we can all afford to take a few style cues from those who dwell in the perenially sunny state of California. As such, we've teamed up with blogger Rumi Neely of Fashion Toast for a new monthly column in which she shares all her current obsessions. And up first? How to achieve that casual-cool, L.A.-girl style that's so en vogue.

Much more than just a continuous parade of #selfies and #tbts, Instagram is a vibrant, burgeoning community of talented creatives—photographers, designers, and more, who offer us an intimate look at their processes, adventures, and unique points of view. You could say that these Instagrammers are paving the way for a new kind of modern-day expression and storytelling. So what is it that makes their images so much more visually satisfying and inspiring than the average ones in your feed? To find out, we picked the brain of our favorite follows. Read on for their best creative secrets.

As beauty editors, we're required to have a keen eye for trends. Sure, we have runway experts who might help clue us in, but when it comes to product trends, we’re pretty good at spotting them on our own—mainly because when something comes across your desk enough times, you start to pay attention. Such is the case with what we’re dubbing the year’s biggest beauty trend: a.k.a. sheer everything. Gone are the days of shine-free skin and matte lips (so 2014)—no, the latest crop of beauty products are lighter, dewier, and simply exist to help you look like a better, glowier version of yourself. This makes sense, given the season’s no-makeup makeup trend, and though we’ve always been #teammatte, we can’t help but see the appeal of a sheerer, more natural sheen. Ahead, we’ve gathered some of our favorite new sheer products—keep scrolling to shop them all!

Today is national lingerie day, so naturally we're giving ourselves permission to splurge on luxe underpinnings to give our top drawer a little extra love. If you care to join us, scroll down to shop our favorite pieces right now!

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Natalie Massenet joins list with estimated $167 million fortune.

The 28 year-old French-German designer impressed judges with her sculptural silhouettes.

Journalists, celebrities, politicians and new media execs converged on Washington, D.C. this weekend to attend the White House Correspondents' Dinner.

As next month’s opening of “China:Through the Looking Glass” at The Costume Institute nears, milliner Stephen Jones has been hunkered down in the Metropolitan Museum of Art perfecting 120-plus head pieces.

The Jenner-Kardashian family showed their support for Kendall’s new Calvin Klein Jeans ad campaign at a party at Chateau Marmont.

Within hours of Saturday's 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck that struck Kathmandu, Nepalese-born Prabal Gurung started reaching out to his scores of social media followers and business contacts.

Max Mara sponsored an intimate dinner on the museum's top floor.

Trade organizations and workers gathered Friday in memoriam, tears melting into the dusty site of the eight-story building that collapsed two years ago, and where a gaping space remains.

The company’s board of directors has approved the proposed merger with Net-a-porter Group.

Princess Caroline of Hanover, Jack Lang and Carine Roitfeld were in the audience.

Reached by telephone on Saturday, Kearns confirmed his exit, and declined further comment.

A look back at the week’s stories, as told in pictures.

The event was in support of the NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Paytm, an Indian online payments platform backed by China's Alibaba, is pushing deeper into India's booming e-commerce industry with a zero-commission mobile app.

Lena Dunham and Kim Kardashian West were among the event's honorees.

The Presidential candidate gave an award to Melanne Verveer.

The fashion crowd took to Instagram and Twitter to celebrate WWD's last daily print edition.

With Mother’s Day right around the corner, we asked beauty entrepreneurs to dish on the best advice their moms ever gave them, plus their foolproof gift ideas.

Cyber attacks rise along with online sales and privacy concerns.

Brooklyn jewelry label Scosha is branching out with a new line of children’s accessories called Little Scosha.

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As the longest-serving employee of a geriatric theater publisher, librarian/archivist Malcolm Henkel guarded his trove

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Samantha Wills, a self-taught Australian jewelry designer, is both a connector and a creator. Her luxe Bohemian aesthetic, as aspirational as the pieces she...

With over 30 years of experience designing interiors, the ‘Dean of American Design’, Thomas Pheasant, took his artistic direction and expert craftsmanship and stepped...

As a string quartet played the opening, ebullient strains of the Beatles’ “All You Need is Love,” the first look of Carolina Herrera’s Spring...

Her grandfather was a celebrated designer, creating the jacket soldiers wore in WWII and special pieces for Grace Kelly, so it’s little wonder Katie...

Our introduction into the world of bridal was so much more intimate and special than we could have possibly imagined. Fortunate enough to kick everything off...

Photo Credit: Phill Taylor One of our favorite trends seen all over the Fall 2015 runways (Michael Kors, J.Crew and Proenza Schouler just to name...

In the trailer for the upcoming documentary on the fashion world’s favorite “rare bird,” Iris Apfel shares a common sentiment we sure can relate...

It’s rare to find many companies who survive the changing world, let alone the changing economy. But interior design practice Hutchings-Lyle, Inc. has done...

To be one of the first-ever recipients of the New York City Fashion Production Fund is really something, but Polish-born Karolina Zmarlak has earned...

Spring is officially here and while we refreshed your office space last week we decided to give proper attention to the rest of your...

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