With limited time, patience, and knowledge, it can sometimes be difficult to make shopping ethically a priority. However, whether you’re searching for a new pair of shoes, an outfit for a New Year’s Eve party, or a holiday gift for that special someone, supporting companies with a philanthropic and/or sustainable mission is crucial. DoneGood, a free … Continue Reading

You just have to look to the runways, shopping malls, and Etsy shops to know that there isn’t a short supply of knitwear companies. However, Wooln, a New York City-based company, is differentiating itself by hiring mostly retired women to craft its handmade luxury knit pieces. Founders of the company, Faustine and Margaux Badrichani, handle … Continue Reading

Every month, we roundup the best fashion/style/retail links we find on the web. Peep our picks from October below. British Vogue Ditches Models in Favour of ‘Real’ Women – for One Issue // The Guardian  2. For Fashion Designer Christian Siriano, No Size is Out of Style // NPR  3. Kate Moss Inc: How the World-Famous Supermodel Is … Continue Reading

As discussed last spring, the Met Gala is kinda a really big deal when it comes to fashion. Luckily, guests who show up dressed to the nines will have plenty of time to prep for next year’s soiree. Comme des Garçons’ Designer Rei Kawakubo has been announced as the theme of the 2017 fashion event, and I can’t … Continue Reading

  Remember way back in January when I posted about my New Year Resolutions? One of my resolutions this year was to be a “healthy human being,” a.k.a. get off the couch and stop consuming chips at an alarming rate. Although I don’t usually accomplish a majority of my resolutions, I managed to stick with this … Continue Reading

I don’t really consider myself to be a “jewelry girl,” mostly because big costume pieces have always felt a little overwhelming for my personal style. It’s reasons like this why I love AuRate New York so much. Based in New York City (obviously),  the company offers a selection of simple and sophisticated pieces in gold. The pieces, specifically the … Continue Reading

Every month, we roundup the best fashion/style/retail links we find on the web. Peep our picks from September below. Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen Have Been Perfecting Their Sunglasses Game for 30 Years // Vogue 2. Tim Gunn: Designers refuse to make clothes to fit American women. It’s a disgrace. // The Washington Post 3. How Unisex Clothing Came … Continue Reading

With the most recent fashion month wrapped up, I’ve had some time to reflect on my absolute favorite SS17 collections. Shows in New York and London always stand out for their upscale yet practical approach to dressing. Standouts from this season’s round of shows were fashion brands such as Rodarte, which elevated its usual approach to … Continue Reading

Geena Rocero and Tracey Africa Norman, (pictured above), are the first transgender models to be featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar. In an effort to celebrate diversity, the models, who have made their mark on the fashion industry and the LGBT movement, join seven other models — Tyra Banks, Soo Joo Park, Hind Sahli, Pyper … Continue Reading

Although New York Fashion week SS16 may be coming to an end, fashion month (as I like to call it) has just begun. The biannual fashion-focused event means a couple things, but mainly 1) runway content is pretty much trumping all other photos, videos, etc., in my social media feeds, and 2) I’m about to get … Continue Reading