Feel like your home is missing that je ne sais quoi? It’s time to make a dedicated attempt to infuse style into your home. Often we get so carried away furnishing our homes that by the time we’ve blown through our budget, we have little room to give it that sense of style that makes us ooh and ahh.
You and your boots have likely been through a harsh winter together. They’ve kept your toes warm and dry, so it’s the least you can do is return the favor by fixing any errant scuffs. Here are the top three ways to fix a scuff on any type of boot.
As an avid reader of this site and a general follower of all things style-related, you are a card-carrying member of an elite community of people known as “fashion girls.” You love clothes, you love shoes, you love bags—but above all, you love the lifestyle of fashion, from the extravagance of the parties to the chaotic frenzy backstage at runway shows , and everything in between.
Yay, you’re getting married! On no, there are SO many things to buy! But don’t panic. Calmly make a checklist and start shopping these incredibly—some surprisingly so—bride-centric online stores. Going for a romantic vibe at your nuptials? BHLDN has got you covered. Having a rustic-chic wedding? You’re sure to find what you need on Etsy.
Beauty products make us very, very happy. In fact, the only thing that makes us happier than the beauty products we know and love are new, never-before-seen products just begging to be swiped, blended, and smeared. If these sentiments echo your own, you might want to sit down—today is about to get a whole lot better. In the spirit of celebrating what’s ahead (other than warmer temps), we now present to you our epic, all-encompassing guide to spring beauty launches. From Urban Decay’s new sheer lipsticks (!!) to Benefit’s game-changing, lash-lifting mascara, keep scrolling for the best products to hit shelves this spring!
When Olivia Palermo recently revealed that in her opinion, the biggest fashion faux pas is not dressing appropriately for your shape, it immediately caused us to pause for a moment of self-reflection: Are we dressing in the most flattering way for our body shapes? And, first and foremost, what actually are our body shapes? We figured we’d start at the beginning, and address the first necessary query with an easy infographic that will help identify your body shape in three questions or less. Keep in mind that no matter your shape, you can have any of the below five body shapes; it’s more about how you weight (whatever it may be) is distributed.
Your favorite Italians (and a few Americans!) hit up Milan's most in-demand shows, including Gucci, Fendi, and Prada—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 MFW coverage!
InStyle recently went inside the home of fashion designer Roberto Cavalli and the interiors are just the visual treat you would expect them to be. Classic Tuscan finishes like wood beams, exposed stone, and handmade tile mix with vibrant, saturated jewel-tones and lively patterns for an opulent and unique look. Luxurious details include a heated indoor swimming pool, pink-veined marble floors, and pillows upholstered in fabrics from Cavalli's past collections. Keep scrolling to see the stunning space.
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Clique Media Inc., publishers of Who What Wear, Byrdie and Domaine is currently seeking Design interns for our Los Angeles office! We are looking for pro-active individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit and those who can thrive in a fast-paced environment. Our unique internship program offers participants the ability to learn about various aspects of digital publishing.
Recently, there has been a fair amount of chatter on the internet about the growing trend of people opting to leave New York—once considered the mecca of fashion, publishing, art, culture, and pretty much any and everything remotely interesting—in favor of other less fast-paced,glamorized locales.
When certain people who work in the fashion industry offer their two cents, everybody listens. Anna Wintour. Phoebe Philo. Cathy Horyn. Where they lead, we will gladly follow. Jenna Lyons is one of these wise-without-a-doubt ladies, and, lucky for us, she’s also one of the most forthcoming with advice.
When Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld designs an entirely new bag for the iconic line, the fashion world takes note. For S/S 15, Lagerfeld has reimagined the house's iconic 11.12 and Boy handbags in new fabrications and colors, but he has also released an entirely new bag, dubbed the Girl bag.
In a surprising turn of events, according to Zillow, Girls star and Not That Kind of Girl author Lena Dunham has just purchased the restored 1920s home of celebrated L.A. antiques collector Brenda Antin—the same space we toured at the end of January. Located a block off of Sunset Boulevard, the three-bedroom, three-bath Greek Revival features three covered porches and a saltwater pool. Dunham reportedly paid close to $2.7 million for the home, just two short months after purchasing this new Brooklyn condo.
A few years ago, it might have been hard to imagine that we'd be talking about emojis in any serious context. Now, though, they're such a part of our lexicon that it's shocking how long it took to lend them some real diversity. New York Magazine has gone so far as to call the symbols our official "wordless tongue." We use them with friends, lovers, parents and colleagues. The emoji, it would seem, knows no bounds. This wonderful fashion spread from the March issue of L'officiel Paris takes that notion quite literally.
The L’Oréal Foundation in partnership with UNESCO yearly recognizes the achievements of five female scientists, each of whom works in the physical sciences and hails from a different part of the globe.
Adam Andrascik, who is slated to stage his first runway show for Guy Laroche, said his main goal as the house’s new creative director will be to bridge the gap between two worlds: Laroche’s color- and body-conscious aesthetic and Andrascik’s darker, more masculine and overtly modern approach.
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For the post-Oscars blitz it was all about the super-self-confident woman who is not only comfortable in her skin but willing to show a lot of it, from Rita Ora's thigh to Zoë Kravitz's nude crochet. It was also a week for early adopters with Emma Stone and Alexa Chung taking runway to red carpet in record time.
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