First, we'll take that beach, and we'd love a little of that smoldering Arlenis Sosa allure, please. We've been obsessed with the hot model since she gave us beauty tips during Fashion Week. Arlenis modeled some of Spring/Summer's major trends — bold color, minimalism, the little white dress, tribal — against a tropical backdrop for Vogue Spain, and it's making us want to go shopping. You know we did — click through our slideshow for the story and our inspired shopping picks.
Since I can remember, I've been intrigued by fashion editors. They dress impeccably, sit in the front row at Fashion Weeks around the world . . . oh, and they get to decide what gets published in the world's most popular fashion bibles. Are you as obsessed as I am? See if you can match the fashion editor to her publication. Some are a cinch, while others take a little more fashion prowess . . .
I've thought of a few things to do with old magazine pages (use as wrapping paper, wall art, book covers, etc) but making jewelry has never been one of them. That's why jewelry designer Lenore Solmo is one unique chick. Her cuffs, bracelets, earrings, rings, and necklaces, made from fashion magazine pages, can be found at her store on Etsy from $32 to $86. What do you think? Do you love this concept or hate it?
If you ever get a chance to pick up an H&M Magazine, take full advantage because there's lots of fun to be seen and read. For those who can't get their hands on a physical copy, it's now available online! The Winter 2007/08 Holiday issue is thrilling from start to finish. Some sections include news, Winter trends, an article about famed-photographer Mario Testino, party-perfect ensembles, fashion astrology, ask the stylist, and much more. Add this to your list of favorite fashion magazines.
What's stylish, bulky, and arrives at your doorstep every month? Why, it's Vogue magazine of course. After you've carefully dissected every page of the fashion bible, there has to be a way to continue putting it to good use. While most people would simply throw their old magazines in a fashion coffin, we Fab ladies know better than to neglect our chic confidant. That's why we've found three ways to put your fashion mags to use long after they've been read and reread.
To find out how to put your Vogues to work, read more