Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Sunday, February 21, 2010
New York Fashion Week previewed us to some of the hottest trends that will be worn next fall. One of my favorites, the longer hem lines like this one by designer, Michael Kors. Expect to see skirts with hem lines ranging from just below knee all the way down to the floor. Perfect for casual or dressy and easy to wear with flats or platforms. This is a versatile comfy look that you will definitely want to get on board with.
Friday, February 19, 2010
New this season among fashion designers...putting their clothes from the runway up for sale on the internet just moments after the show. It's an effort to stay ahead of knock offs and get merchandise to the consumers asap. Though we are not sure how well this will last, here is a picture Celebrity Stylist Rachel Zoe wearing a Prabal Gurung jacket to a Marchesa fashion show just days after piece strutted down the runway. Not sure about how she got her hot little hands on this number, but make no doubt about it, she wears it flawlessly. We Die! Check out more from this hot new designer at http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2010RTW-PGURUNG/
Monday, February 15, 2010
Fashion week is here, and while Fall's hottest trends are seeming to be warms wools and furs I can't help but obsess about these thigh high leg warmers by Alexander Wang! As a dancer myself I have always loved and worn my leg warmers with pride (both both in and out of dance class). So you better believe I will be stocking up on these sky high leggies for ultimate style and warmth this fall. Thank you, Mr. Wang, you've done it again.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Yet another reason why I LOVE the Olympics. Not only do they represent the greatest athletes and competitors in the the world, but some of the greatest fashion designers also are part of the events! Among the genius clothing creators this year are Ralph Lauren, Vera Wang and Rodarte (modeled by sky high aerial skier, Emily Cook). This amazing photo was captured by Photographer, Ryan McGinley, just in time for the Vancouver games begin. With the Olympics and New York Fashion Week beginning at the end of this week, lets just say we have a lot to look forward to...