Articles Archive for September 2007
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Fashion Round-Up »
Newcomer Charlie Ross has a life-long love of fashion. It shows in his debut menswear collection, an update to the classic pinstripe.
Spanish designer Javier Larrainzar showcases his romantic designs at Madrid Fashion Week. Designer Planet has all the details.
SeÃ±ora Cartera shows us which celebrity was the first to tote Prada’s Bow Clutch Bag.
Fashion Fling shares a great way to support teachers by purchasing chic, limited edition Jones New York t-shirts. Get all the details to see how you can help our hard-working educators.
Elite Choice examines the latest measures used …
“I started designing nighties in part because I couldn’t find anything that met all my needs,” explains designer Treea Cracknell. “I wanted a nightie that felt luxurious, was flattering and made me feel sexy and beautiful but didn’t leave me feeling overexposed.” Thus, Sleep With Modesty was born.
“The name Sleep with Modesty is kind of a pun, as it as it refers in part to me. My bohemian parents named me Modesty Tree. Iâ€™ve never used my first name, and added an ‘a’ onto the end of Tree …
-Accessories, -Bags, Emerging Designers »
When I think rubber, I think two things: ugly but functional home & garden supplies, and fetishists. “Stylish” never comes to mind. Jules Sherman is changing that. “Ever since I designed a cosmetic bag for Bath & Body Works with a little rubber brand tag, I wanted to use that material for other products. There is something beautifully tactile about the material,” Jules explains.
With a background in industrial design, it seems natural that Jules would design in relief. Her line includes pouches, luggage tags, belts, and hair …
-Accessories, Vintage »
I stumbled upon this fantastic vintage store a few weeks ago. I was in the area looking for a yarn shop, and found Playclothes instead. The place was jam packed with copious amounts of vintage clothing, shoes, hats, jewelry, coats, knick-knacks, and other various pieces of yore.
After well over an hour in the store, I finally came away with this gorgeous hat (along with a couple other pieces which you will see later). Black felt and velvet, with a long, swooping feather adornment, this hat is probably …