Fashion Week Favs: SS17 Part One

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 […]

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Fall 2016 Wish List

fall 2016

In my spare time, between working Monday through Friday, running this site, maintaining a somewhat normal eating and sleeping schedule, and attempting to have a social life, I’ve found plenty of time to peruse sites I shouldn’t be looking at for items that are definitely not in my budget. What can I say? I’ve been […]

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Must-Haves: Cold Shoulders


The off the shoulder, peak-a-boo shoulder, bare shoulder, whatever you want to call it, trend, is certainly one of the biggest of the summer. Shoulders are taking center stage this season, and I, for one, am all about it. A hint of a shoulder can be a subtly sexy way to show a little skin […]

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Remembering Bill Cunningham

Growing up with an obsession for everything related to print media and fashion, Bill Cunningham’s weekly On The Street column in The New York Times was a beacon of light among the black and white newspaper print and the day-to-day routine of suburban Detroit. Before I even knew who he really was, and his long legacy […]

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Must-Haves: Summer 2016 Swimsuits


Summer is definitely in full swing, and we’re ready to cool off, soak up some sun, and crash our neighbors pool. But, before we do, swimsuit shopping is an absolute necessity. From plunging v-necks, futuristic prints, vintage-inspired silhouettes, and more, this year’s selection of swimsuits offers a little something for everybody. Despite any aversion you may have […]

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The Fashion Massacre 7

fashion massacre 7

The Fashion Massacre, an annual Detroit-based fashion presentation now in its 7th year, isn’t like most fashion events. With its unique approach to style,the presentation brings nonconventional, high-fashion flair to the Motor City as well as an opportunity for local, “underground” designers to showcase their work. This year, I had the opportunity to attend two of the three days […]

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2016 Met Gala Stand-Out Looks

Red carpets aren’t really our thing. They can be flashy, narcissistic and, well, pretty predictable. But the Met Gala red carpet? Well, we suppose we can make an exception. As we’re sure you know, the Met Gala is the fashion event of the year that everybody who’s anybody attends wearing the absolute best outfits. The […]

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5 Takeaways From The Michigan Fashion Summit

Michigan Fashion Summit

When I registered for the Michigan Fashion Summit, I didn’t know what to expect. Having lived out of state for the past couple years while going to school and working in Chicago, I’ve missed quite a few of the local fashion events including Michigan Fashion Week, which is the enterprise that created the summit. Yet, I […]

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Fashion Week Favs: FW16 Part Two


After recouping from the madness that is fashion month, I’ve had some time to really evaluate the Milan and Paris FW16 fashion shows. While New York and London FW16 shows left me stoked about outwear and dresses, the bold separates and details from the Milan and Paris collections leave me inspired. Milan and Paris are known […]

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The Deal With Designer Clothing: 10 Need-to-Know Facts

Designer clothing is everywhere these days. From the high ceiling, glass enclosed shops in the busiest streets in the world to online boutiques like Designer Forum, ShopBop, Camilla, and the likes. Unlike a decade or two ago, when designer clothes seemed exclusive and utterly unattainable, nowadays these luxurious pieces appear to be more reachable as we […]

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