In the week leading up to Fashion's Night Out and the kickoff of New York Fashion Week, we've been prepping with a cool mix of what to wear to the shows, how to put your own spin on these street-styled looks, and where to shop them. Not to mention, two of our very own FabSugar editors went head-to-head in a Fashion Week high-low budget challenge. In addition, we've culled a fresh batch of comprehensive seasonal guides — our ultimate shoe and jewelry rundowns are live! — for you to peruse and shop your favorite trending pieces. The Venice Film Festival is in full swing and with it a bevy of glamorous red-carpet gowns to fawn over, Karl Lagerfeld launched his second Karl collection on Net-a-Porter, and we're more than just a little excited about Barneys and Disney's holiday collaboration. Kick back, relax, and most importantly, catch up on this week's chicest happenings.
Posts for September 2nd 2012
Out with the old and in with the new! The Fab community is readying their wardrobes for Fall with looks that hint of the coming season. Here are our favorites: Shift, With the Roses, Living Royally, Pop Star, Jumpsuit, Peplum Bloom, Olive, Futuristic, Classic in Pink, and Deja Vu. Congrats, all!
Our fashion reporter Allison McNamara is the August guest editor for StyleMint! In this profile, we get a cool glimpse into Allison's life as she talks about how she got her start at PopSugar, her daily routine, and of course, her favorite StyleMint piece. On Allison McNamara: H&M dress, Linea Pelle belt, House of Lavande bracelet.
Animal influences are back in a big way for Fall, and these aren't your grandma's animal prints. From Michael Kors to Mulberry, animals were infused into Fall '12 collections in both classic and eclectic ways: whether it was a leopard- or snakeskin-print top, or a cozy sweater emblazoned with lions and birds, designers were feeling inspired by the animal kingdom — even when it came to accessories. Click through now to get your paws on 16 fierce animal-inspired pieces, just in time for Fall.
Source: Phil Oh