Men, It’s Time to Borrow From the Girls (Don’t Worry You’ll Still Look Masculine)

Women are familiar with “Borrowing from the boys” when it comes to style. We’ve got “boyfriend jeans”, “boyfriend blazers”, and oversized menswear inspired shirts. In the age of defying gender norms, it’s now becoming more mainstream for guys to borrow from the girls (about time!). Men, especially heterosexual men, often complain there’s not a lot of options for them when it comes to fashion, but … Continue reading Men, It’s Time to Borrow From the Girls (Don’t Worry You’ll Still Look Masculine)

Ceci ne pas une Fashionista: A Collaborative Review of the S/S 17 Shows

T-minus five minutes to leaving time and I have just about hauled myself out of bed; making camp by the sink, solemnly brushing my teeth and begrudgingly yanking on the closest baggy, black-coloured garments to hand. A hearty congratulations is in order if it’s a day where I decide to forgo the sports leggings (it’s comfy-chic, right?). Therefore, it can be safely assumed that I … Continue reading Ceci ne pas une Fashionista: A Collaborative Review of the S/S 17 Shows

After Work Art, Drinks, and Fashion

A couple of weeks ago on Tuesday September 13th, my friend Neha and I met after work at the Angel Orensanz Foundation Event Space. I had been invited to the Art Hearts Fashion NYFW The Shows. For a full week, dozens of brands showcased their collections at this space. Neha and I saw three of them. I was really impressed with the venue of the … Continue reading After Work Art, Drinks, and Fashion

Proenza Schouler NYFW S/S 17 Review

Proenza Schouler came about in 2002 when two Parson School of Design seniors, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, decided to work together on their senior thesis. The project ended up becoming their first collection for the womenswear brand. The line was bought in its entirety by Barney’s New York. Since then it has evolved into carrying accessories, opening several Brick and Mortar stores across the … Continue reading Proenza Schouler NYFW S/S 17 Review

3 Aspiring American Fashion Designers to Look Out For

Starting my second year of starting this blog in 2011, I started to receive invites to New York Fashion Week. While it was flattering, I was unable to attend due to the fact that I was 1,000 miles away from the Big Apple, and the times conflicted with my school schedule. This time around, I was delighted to be able to RSVP: YES, and attend … Continue reading 3 Aspiring American Fashion Designers to Look Out For

Resort ’17 Review: Rosie Assoulin, Roberto Cavalli, Delpozo

Since the Resort 2017 shows are in full swing, check out some of my favorite shows of the season so far. Let me know in the comments what your favorite shows have been! Rosie Assoulin      In a word, Rosie Assoulin’s Resort show was fun! Filled with eccentric feminine details, a Cuban influence, and natural styling, every look is perfect for the warm weather. I … Continue reading Resort ’17 Review: Rosie Assoulin, Roberto Cavalli, Delpozo

Daap Fashion Show 2016

I look forward to the end of April every year. It’s around that time the DAAP Fashion Design Seniors are about to graduate, and I have the pleasure of modeling their beautiful collections on the runway. This year’s DAAP fashion show was this past Friday, April 29. What was different about this show than the past 3 years I’ve done it, is that every collection … Continue reading Daap Fashion Show 2016

Nail Looks from the Runway to Try Now

In need of a little nail inspiration? Check out some of my favorite spring looks from this year’s runway shows that are easy to do at home. Matte Crimson Try this twist on the classic nail staple by adding a matte coat to your favorite red polish. The modern addition definitely prevents it from going retro. Pearlized Nude Perfect for anyone who wants the fun of … Continue reading Nail Looks from the Runway to Try Now

Test Drive Spring Shoe Trends for Under $40

It’s finally warm enough to pack away your boots and bring out the sandals! Check out some of my favorite runway spring shoe trends below, with my under $40 picks! Ankle-Tie Sandals These shoes are super versatile, and will match with everything in your closet. Try tying them high or scrunching them low for a completely new look!     Snakeskin Everything (Faux of Course) … Continue reading Test Drive Spring Shoe Trends for Under $40