Delpozo Spring 2015

By  September 10, 2014


Designer: Josep Font

Inspiration: “The Interaction of Color,” the land art of Nils-Udo, and marine life, as captured in Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka’s 19th Century glass creations

Trends: architectural structure, flowers, organic silhouettes, PVC embellishments, craquelé effect, contrasting textures, bold color

Palette: pink, yellow, navy, seafoam, salmon, white

Who Was There: Miroslava Duma, Leandra Medine, Tina Craig, Fern Mallis

Who Should Wear It: a woman who wants to make a statement, but in the softest of manners.

The Playlist: “A Spire” and “Guarding the Invitations” by Julia Kent

8 Questions for NYFW Bloggers: Alexis Felder

By  September 10, 2014

We might be busy trolling the tents and shows this Fashion Week, but that doesn’t mean we’re not looking out for friendly faces. Throughout the week, we’ll be featuring a few of our NYFW-bound bloggers, who will dish on where they’re eating, what they’re wearing, which shows their watching—and everything in between. After all, when you’re facing Fashion Week head on, you might as well take some advice from those who know it best.

Alexis Felder, Lexi With The Curls


  1. Fashion Week Drink of Choice: an organic cold-pressed juice to keep me energized
  2. Where You’re Sweating: Being in New York for a week is already a workout to me. I must have walked miles throughout the week! I thought about throwing in a pole fitness class one evening.
  3. Must-Have Restaurant Res: I love STK and their lobster mac and cheese.
  4. Fave Show: Tracy Reese
  5. Handbag Pick: Gigi New York Uber clutch in purple
  6. Item That’s in There No Matter What: a wireless charger for my iPhone and roll-up flats
  7. Shoes Debuted: Zara metallic heel sandals
  8. Fashion Week Mantra: Pace yourself and keep a pair of flats in your bag. You’ll need it!

Cara Santana On Style Inspo and Her Appreciation for Knee Socks

By  September 10, 2014

CaraSantanaAOYou might know Cara Santana as an up-and-coming style star—or, conversely, as John Tucker Must Die star/God, Jesse Metcalfe’s girlfriend. But either way, she’s got a thing for fashion. Appropriately, she’s surveying the Fashion Week scene to develop her taste, stay inspired and expand her wardrobe.

What kind of outfit makes you feel super feminine? Probably a dress. You can’t go wrong with a flowy, fitted dress. I think that makes me feel really girly and feminine.

What was your first awakening with fashion? My first awakening was going to private school in El Paso, Texas and feeling like, “We all look alike! I need some semblance of individuality,” so I would work the knee-high socks, penny loafers, sweaters—trying to make my uniform individual.

Like our BFF Cher Horowitz! Thinking of channeling her this Halloween? Completely—right out of Clueless. I haven’t, but maybe I’ll bring it back in October.

Who’s your style icon? I have so many. I’m constantly inspired by my friends—Ashley Madekwe, Nicole Richie, Jamie Chung [have] amazing style. I’m always inspired by those girls.

What’s your #HealthyObsessionI love to workout. I’m obsessed with Tracy Anderson. And I love green juices! [Ed note: ...as any self-respecting Los Angeles-dweller should.]

What are you looking forward to wearing for fall? I’m obsessed with the whole Public School collection—I went to their Spring [2015] show and I got to try on a bunch of fall looks and I was totally obsessed, I just want to wear public School 24/7. They’re so cool—too cool for me!

Faces on the Newsstand: October 2014

By  September 10, 2014


As one issue closes, another one opens, and another still appears on the newsstand at the very same time: and so continues the cyclical production of fashion magazines. We can’t stop—won’t stop!—looking forward to the big reveal (whether it’s by way of Instagram, Twitter or otherwise leaked) of each publication’s cover girl. With every new month come a slew of awe-inspiring cover shots of fashion and entertainment’s most glamorous stars. Take a look at what this month’s glossies have in store.

Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2015

By  September 10, 2014


Designer: Tommy Hilfiger

Inspiration: the Golden Age of rock-n-roll

Palette: black and burgundy mixed with the brand’s signature red, white and navy

Trends: mesh tanks, low-slung trousers, double-breasted blazers, metallic boots, star-splashed separates and gold sequin tattoos

Who Was There: runway models Georgia May Jagger and Kendall Jenner

Who Should Wear It: rocker-chic chicks that love a slim silhouette a flower-filled music festival


Jenny Packham Spring 2015

By  September 09, 2014


Designer: Jenny Packham

Inspiration:  Marilyn Monroe: her screen siren style, her iconic Some Like It Hot cocktail dress, the bungalow gardens of the Beverly Hill Hotel where she lived

Palette:  flamingo pink, red, textured metals, muted aubergine

Trends: encrusted dresses, bell ball gowns, off the shoulder designs

Who Was There: Whitney Port, Ken Downing

Who Should Wear It:  Kate Middleton post pregnancy, Lauren Conrad  

Playlist: “Runnin’ Wild” by Marilyn Monroe

NYFW Spring 2015 Day In the Life: Katie Manwaring of Katie's Bliss

By  September 09, 2014


New York Fashion Week is a crazy, adrenaline and caffeine fueled experience. Though the eight days seem daunting at first, the week flies by thanks to packed schedules, making it impossible to see everything designers have to offer. In an effort to keep you visually informed, we’re brining you inside, outside and all around the tents with an insider look from our #GlamFam. Take a sneak peak at Katie Manwaring of KatiesBliss.com‘s NYFW Day in the Life.

Timo Weiland Spring 2015

By  September 09, 2014


Designer: Timo Weiland, Alan Eckstein, Donna Kang

Inspiration: the backyards of Los Angeles

Palette: navy, black, pale pink, cream, baby blue

Trends: crop tops, daring slits, sheer, silk trench coats

Who Was There: Amanda Hearst, Kelly Bensimon, Claire Marshall, 

Who Should Wear It: Taylor Swift, Karlie Kloss, Chiara Ferragni

Playlist: “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings” by Father John Misty, “Desire Be Desire” by Tame Impala

Stacey Bendet Needs A Bigger Closet…As Do We

By  September 09, 2014

StaceyBendetSP15Stacey Bendet’s closet is probably anything but average, but the way she feels when she walks into it is pretty standard, as far as we’re concerned. “I need more space!” she laments. We feel you, girl, but oh, how nice it would be to have even an apartment that’s as big as what we imagine Bendet’s closet might be…sigh.

We got a taste of that on Monday evening at her Versailles-inspired Alice +Olivia Spring 2015 presentation, which took place at The Pierre (and after seeing it, we firmly believe that we, too, need more closet space). Always dressed to the nines in her own extravagant designs, we can only imagine the racks of sparkle, print, and color that must line her (makeshift) closet.

Of course, there’s a lot of accessorizing that goes into her daily looks, as well. Bendet is certainly a risk-taker when it comes to putting outfits together (just take a look at her amazing creations on Instagram!), but there’s one thing she’ll never experiment with: scrunchies. “I hate scrunchies. [My daughter, Eloise] has them for her leotards and I’m like, ‘No, you can’t wear them!’” Our bet is that this kind of prohibition isn’t going to thwart little Eloise’s fashion education, anyway—regardless of her disdain for the 80’s staple hair accessory, her teacher is pretty phenomenal.

Party Report: Polo Ralph Lauren Spring 15

By  September 09, 2014


The Party: Polo Ralph Lauren’s 4D Holographic Spring 15 Event

The Place:  Cherry Hill Lawn on the west side of Central Park

The Deets: To celebrate the grand opening of the Polo flagship store on Fifth Avenue and present the Polo Spring 15 collection, Ralph Lauren threw a revolutionary event which fused fashion, art, and technology. In one of the most innovative events we’ve encountered, the collection was projected on a 60 foot tall water screen over Central Park. The holographic presentation of the Spring 15 collection mixed live-action movement with CG animation and included a short film featuring models visiting iconic New York locations.

“I really wanted to do something big for the new Polo Women’s brand ¬— something set in the city — that felt modern. We returned to Central Park, a place I love, and captured the spirit of Polo with a truly innovative mix of fashion and technology,” said Ralph Lauren.

Fashion’s finest gathered on the lawn, a crowd which included Anna Wintour, Steven Kolb, Kendall Jenner, Ciara, and Rachel Zoe. Mr. Lauren, who started his namesake company almost 50 years ago, was there to see a larger-than-life version of himself digitally dance across the water. A public showing of the 4D event is planned in the same location Tuesday at 9 p.m.