From gold butterflies all over a floor-length dress to colorfully fringed hemlines, DVF still proves that she designs for women who want to feel like women. Take look at what the highlights were from the show, and what you should expect from DVF next season.
Alice + Olivia have continued to take the 70’s trend to another level, creating bold pieces that are still wearable. From denim flares to intricately embroidered floral cocktail dresses, see what Alice + Olivia have coming up for next season.
From dehydration to anti-aging, serums provide a boost of glow that is an important addition to your skincare routine. There are so many variations of serums for all different types of skin concerns, so we’ve broken them down to help you find the right one.
Rebecca Minkoff proved that the 60s and 70s are still the hottest trends for next season. From shoulder baring chiffon to leather and cut outs, Rebecca Minkoff has created a beautiful combination of feminine and grunge. Read more about our favorite looks here
Nicole Miller kept her signature style of body skimming silhouettes but with an edge. Taking it up a notch with paint splatter and bold hues, she took her inspiration from the grit of New York. See what looks we loved from the show and what trends we’re seeing for spring
Now that we’re quickly moving out of our tank and shorts summer uniform, we’re taking cues from the New York girls on how to transition into fall. Click here to find out what the hottest trends are in the Big Apple
From flares to patchwork, the 70’s takeover is in full force this season, but our standout piece has to be the button front skirt. Offered in an abundance of lengths, materials, and colors, there’s bound to be the right one for you. Check out our top blogger looks and shop your favorites!
This season, we’re bringing the neckline higher, but in the chicest way possible. From crop tops to dresses, there’s a look suitable for your lifestyle. These blogger looks show us how to look sophisticated yet flirty, so we can have the best of both worlds.