High-wattage hues on coats, bags, hats, tees, and pants — and, well, just about everything else — proved that saturated color is a surefire way to get noticed (and snapped!) at New York Fashion Week. But, unlike the other show-goer fare — like seven-inch platforms or fascinators, for starters — this trend is just as easy to inject into your everyday. These bold neon and primary hues are like secret weapons when it comes to perking up your Winter style — and, in just a few weeks, transitioning to Spring. In short, whether you opt for a little or a lot of color (in any shade you choose) this is one of the easiest ways to upgrade your dress code. Click through for all the Fashion Week inspiration, and then shop the trend right here.
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What’s your dream for Valentine’s Day perfection? Is it Champagne and chocolates in the arms of your beloved? A rowdy girls’ night filled with cocktails and karaoke? Or maybe it’s a movie marathon featuring your silver-screen soul mate and all the popcorn you can eat.
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Log in with your personal Instagram account and upload one or more photos that tell us "what appeals to you on Valentine's Day" using the hashtag #VdayCurveAppeal.
Have no fear, the Complete Gift Guide for the season is here! Not only does Coach have luxurious gifts for everyone at every price, they've impeccably curated them into one must-see, must-shop online resource, featuring sections such The Holiday It List (with edited gift lists from tastemakers like supermodel Karlie Kloss) and The Best of the Best (with the brand's all-out fave picks for him, her, and you).
As if you weren't already feeling like the most sophisticated shopper ever, Coach also offers Holiday at Your Service, an extensive list of five-star services like free shipping, free gift boxes, free monograms, and more!
Visit Coach.com to view the Complete Gift Guide for yourself, and check out this slideshow now for peek at what we're most excited to give — and get!
Proenza Schouler showed its Fall 2013 collection in an unfinished, atmospherically rundown space in downtown Manhattan, but the space was a stark contrast to the polished and almost ladylike look of the clothing. Working in a palette of ivory, pale mint, and peach along with plenty of black, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez created a parade of clothing that chic young women could wear from day to night — shift dresses in nubby bouclé with open backs, rounded shoulder coats with lapel-less V-necks, and layers of perforated fabrics that hinted at a deconstructed peplum shape. And yes, we would like to get on the waiting list now for one of the oversize clutches that went down the runway with the majority of the looks. Click through to see the full show.
Anna Sui's Fall '13 show opened with a choreographed number set to punchy '60s French pop music and led by Karlie Kloss and Hilary Rhoda. From there, the models came down the runway smiling and, most importantly, showcasing a psychedelic mix of retro '60s wares, most likely inspired by the many moods and stylings of one seriously cool Parisian girl. Schoolgirl sheaths in mod prints, glam-rock separates in gold metallics, and breezy, bohemian-esque dresses in bold pops of color all made an appearance — see every moment (plus the opening number!) when you keep watching.
What’s the skinny on the must-have pant for Spring? It’s slim and skimmer — as in the New Skimmer pant from Gap. Get the length of the season and be bright in a variety of colors and patterns, starting at $69.95. Show a little ankle and showcase your mood by pairing with a different shoe style each day for ever-changing, yet always spot-on fabulous looks.
P.S. . . . Slim is in with guys, too, so steer your man towards Gap’s 1969 Slim jeans and canvas styles to ensure he’s on-trend at your side.
We chatted with Brad Goreski at the American Express Skybox during New York Fashion Week and, well, things got pretty real. Brad told us all about the first moment he fell in love with fashion (he was at a grocery store), as well as his biggest fashion regret (which may or may not have something to do with mock turtlenecks from the '90s). He also gave us a sneak peek at what we can expect from the next season of his hit reality show It's a Brad, Brad World — get ready for lots of international photo shoots, A-list appearances from Jessica Alba and Rashida Jones, and "a little bit of drama" this year. He shared his predictions for the Oscars red carpet, explained his favorite fashion decade, and gave tips on what both men and women can do to to dress their absolute best. Check out our superfun interview with Brad Goreski now.
The Anna Sui Fall '13 show was destined to be a fun one as soon as it opened to infectious '60s French pop music and a choreographed dance, led by none other than Karlie Kloss. From there, it was a retro '60s lineup that catered to the various moods of one very cool, very psychedelic Parisian girl. From the more charming schoolgirl pieces in blues, greens, and cinnamon reds to the glam-rocker embellishments and metallic golds to the more easygoing bohemian-esque crocheted dresses and paisley-printed separates, there was a silhouette for every styling personality. The models were smiling — yes, smiling — the front row was bopping along to the beat, and the clothes were equally energetic. See our favorite looks from the Anna Sui Fall '13 collection now!
We're nearing the very end of New York Fashion Week, with only a few more Fall '13 shows to go. But before we say adieu, we've got another round of highlights to share, courtesy of our POPSUGAR Fashion team. In today's day seven recap? The best moments from Narciso Rodriguez, our favorite showstopping number at Michael Kors, and a who's-who recount from the Rachel Zoe front row. All this, plus more, when you keep watching!