Mark the seasonal shift in one of Summer's effortless must haves: the maxi skirt. The latest offerings from brands like BCBG Max Azria and Anthropologie featuring crisp white hues, bold prints, and beautiful botanical motifs are sure to give your warm-weather wardrobe an elegant, effortless touch.
When we aren't busy swooning over the insane styling in Anthropologie stores and catalogs, we are pawing over their beautiful collection of dishware. You can probably imagine how happy we were to see that from now until March 17, almost all of it is 15 percent off! Here are our top picks — get them now before we buy it all!
Since its launch last April,
Meanwhile, with a collection filled with mixed prints and femme silhouettes,
Click through to peek all the items in February's installment of Made In Kind — including work from Byron Lars and Dusen Dusen — here in the slideshow.
18 Days of Holiday Giveaways, Day 13: Enter For the Chance to Win Your Home Decor Wish List From Anthropologie
It's the holiday season, and we're getting in the spirit with our fourth annual 18 Days of Holiday Giveaways! Every day for the first 18 days of December, one of the POPSUGAR sites will feature a new fabulous giveaway.
For our 13th day of holiday giveaways, we are giving you the chance to update your home with the latest in decor from Anthropologie with a $1,500 gift card!
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Embellished handbags were all over the Fall runways at Lanvin, Valentino, Prada, and more. Now you can get in on the trend with our top four picks. Whether you're looking for a studded or jeweled bag, we've got your number. And remember, these amazing accessories aren't just for evening anymore — use them to amp up your Winter basics from day to night.
Anthropologie highlighted a warm, cottage-inspired style in the November holiday catalog — and we're showing you how to get the look. With a focus on mixed patterns, eclectic wallpaper, and earthy elements, the spreads feature gorgeous, homey designs that are perfect for the chilly Winter months. Love the cabin-like style of Anthropologie? Follow these six fresh design tips to steal the style for your own space!
This month, Anthropologie brought a whimsical, storybook-inspired vibe to its catalog — and we're loving the textured, eclectic style. Hoping to give your space a cozy but modern look this Winter? Check out four fresh design ideas to steal from the November catalog.
Lucky magazine is one of our favorite sources for great shopping tips. We're thrilled to share this fabulous story from our friends at Lucky!
The latest installment of Anthropologie's Made in Kind designer collections hits stores today, and includes collections by New York hipster label Timo Weiland, tea-dress master Tracy Reese, Los Angeles indie boutique TenOverSix, and artist Sophie Duran.
"There's very much an understanding of each other's aesthetic," said Weiland of his namesake brand and Anthro at last week's New York City party celebrating the collections. "There's a nice juxtaposition between our uptown meets downtown girl, contemporary art obsessed and this youthful, very romantic bohemian attitude, and I think that's the crossover." Weiland and his design partner Alan Eckstein's collection, called "Vessel," features earthy printed blouses, ruffled skirts and my personal favorite, a laser-cut eyelet suede dress.
Reese's line includes six brightly colored party dresses, perfect for the impending party season. Like the Timo Weiland boys, Reese found it easy to fuse her own label's aesthetic with Anthropologie's. "It's sort of a natural match. I think that our customer has so much in common, it's like almost the same girl," she said. "I feel like the customer here, silhouette wise, loves a little fit and flare dress — so do I. We're girls! Not just girlie girls, but people who embrace color, are playful . . . not so sober and overly serious. I think that we share a certain spirit."Click over to Lucky to shop. To see everything, visit Anthropologie.com
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- Good news: Roberto Cavalli is designing a collaboration for Target. Bad news: it's only going to be sold at Target Australia. Strange news: Target Australia is not affiliated with Target Corporation US at all — even though they share a red bullseye logo. [The Daily Telegraph]
- "She is a real woman . . . strong and happy," Diane von Furstenberg said of Arizona Muse, the face of her Fall 2012 campaign. "She's determined, she is talented, she is a hard worker and she knows what she wants. And that is so DVF." [WWD]
- Karl Lagerfeld was once a little boy. [Racked]
- Elie Tahari has added handbags and small leather goods to his diffusion line T Tahari. The bags are priced between $198 and $328 and will be sold at department stores like Nordstrom and Dillard's. "Whoever is going to manage to bring luxury to the consumer is going to have a great business," Tahari said. [WWD]
- Karolina Kurkova says lemon juice and steam are key to keeping her skin crystal clear. [Modelinia]
- As a child, Nicole Richie was obsessed with (and dressed herself like) the TV character Punky Brewster. "She was my style icon," the designer says. "I would leave the house with a white sock and a black sock and then a green shoe and a red shoe, and I thought I was killing it. I thought it was the coolest thing ever." [Teen Vogue]
- Anthropologie has launched an in-house line of lipstick, called Albeit. The first collection of Fall colors is expected in stores and on the retailer's website by late August. [Fashion Etc.]
Photo: Models walk in Roberto Cavalli's Fall 2012 show.
The latest batch of capsule collections for Made In Kind, Anthropologie's online-only designer collaboration project, have finally hit, and while all are highly chic, it's Victoria Bartlett's UV_Undervisibles line that's really topping our must-wear list. With its sporty cuts, colorblock, and high-contrast straps, the 18-piece collection bears a striking similarity to Bartlett's acclaimed VPL line — but with a few marked differences. First off, everything comes decorated with the prettiest MC Escher-esque microprints, and second, these camisoles, lingerie sets, and slips all ring in under $128. "The line builds upon the basics of VPL's foundations, with heavy emphasis on the body, movement, and nature," Bartlett explains.
A peek at the collection, here.