Circa '99, green was my favorite color, so I was elated to see the earthy tone back in action on the Fall '10 runways. During New York Fashion Week, a mass resurrection of green in every color variation — forest, olive, chartreuse, apple, and hunter green — spawned decadent beaded gowns, tailored blazers, and my fave, anoraks. A classic color reinvented? We seem to think so.
AnnaLynne McCord looked cheery and youthful at the Badgley Mischka show during New York Fashion Week. She wore a Mark & James Studded Belt Dress by the designers themselves well, dressing it down with suede booties and textured tights. Accessorizing with gold earrings and a matching clutch showed us just one way to wear a Badgley Mischka original. Shop it all now!
Jayma Mays from Glee struck a pose in a strapless black and white architectural confection by Badgley Mischka. Notice how the structured bodice lends a streamlined feel, while the abstract swirls on the bottom inject fun. For adornments, the actress chose Fred Leighton jewels and a matching black satin clutch. Are you feeling it?
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The City is proving to be as juicy in the work world as it is outside it. Love it. The tension between Olivia and Erin continues, even though Joe Zee is highly impressed by Olivia's creativity. Speaking of tension, Roxy continued to steer Whitney in the wrong direction, and last night it affected the relationship between Kelly and Whitney. Not cool. Were you paying attention to the fashion details? Let's find out.
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Perfect timing. After this Summer, I decided I need a new one piece. Though I am a skimpy bikini girl at heart, there are times when a one piece is in order. Be it a swanky pool party or chillin' poolside with the fam, the return of the one piece is upon us. Brian Reyes sent out delicate seersuckers, Derek Lam posh loungers, even sexy fashion beast Herve Leger turned down the volume with a printed baby-blue laser-cut suit. If anyone can prove one pieces can be equally as sexy as two, it's Michael Kors and his clear plastic cut-out noir creation. If only I could have that model's chiseled cheekbones, too . . .
New York Fashion Week ended last week, and now it's time to analyze the styles, from hair to makeup to what polishes we foresee flying off the shelves come March. To make the myriad styles we saw over the nine days of 2010 Spring New York Fashion Week easier to parse, I've assembled the six big trends, complete with several different ways to wear each — from rebel rocker to demure debutante. Click through for the definitive looks for Spring.
The last couple of days have been some of the most experimental of the week. If you've seen the makeup and hair at Marc Jacobs's runway show you know what I'm talking about. While I'm excited to see designers innovating, I'd also like to showcase looks that are achievable without a team of brilliant makeup artists present. So along with the big, cool-to-look-at shows, I've put together some of the prettiest, most accessible looks from the last couple of days. Click through and see for yourself. (And in case you missed them the first time around, be sure to check out my favorites from days one and two and days three through five.)
New York Fashion Week is full of design inspiration from the palettes and patterns to the details and embellishments, and even the onlookers themselves. Yesterday's Badgley Mischka Spring 2010 fashion show truly won me over, though. From coral beading to ethereal white ruffles, many elements of the collection could easily translate to interior design. So I did a little digging and excavated some Badgley Mischka-inspired home décor for you.