The “Hollaback Girl” singer has teamed up with renowned “denim expert” Michael Glasser to launch a new clothing line called DWP, i.e. “Design With Purpose,” due in stores this spring.
A nude manicure with a rock ‘n roll twist in the form of a sharp V accent.
The easy, no-mess way to make a cute, custom t-shirt to wear when we “Roar” our way into some Katy Perry concerts this fall.
The self-proclaimed “bad girl” posted a series of shots of her costumes from the forthcoming “Pour It Up” video. Not surprisingly, the looks are quite racy.
An array of vintage clothing stores have materialized in Brooklyn thanks to an influx of hipster, retro-loving residents. But as the fourth most populous city in the U.S. of A, this surprisingly vast borough can be as hard to crack as that boyfriend who’s afraid of intimacy. To make life easier, here’s a list of the best vintage clothing stores in Brooklyn.
Few things say fall like a new pair of jeans. You can ensure the best look and fit by getting your denim handmade, or at least seriously customized to suit your idiosyncratic tastes and shape. Behold our five favorite options for bespoke or customized denim. By Jessica Allen.
“They’re all about how you transform rocking on the street to whatever it is that you might be doing later in the evening,” Keys said.
GBK, The Fashion Group International, and legendary New York fashion designer, Patricia Field hosted a New York Fashion Week kick- off party to benefit the LIM Fashion Education Foundation, which is an independent 501 c3 non-profit dedicated to raising funds for student scholarships and educational enhancements and has awarded more than 1 million dollars in scholarships based on merit, since 1979.
No fall outfit is complete without a fabulous pair of shoes. Step into autumn and check out these must-have boots for the new season. By Krissy Dolor.
I’m not really sure women NEED this convenience but it might be on street corner near you soon! A vending machine where you can grab a quick bra, you know, when you have a bra emergency. Ok, let’s think about this…