For those of you still lacking in a proper outfit to ring in the 2013, I have some picks that might fit with whatever plans you have conjured up. From drinking the night away in some cheesy 3-story club playing outdated techno remixes, to a dinner party with some ‘friends’ in which you will attach yourself to every single elegible bastard in hopes of getting laid, I have the right dress to help you in your endeavor. And, you can still get it overnighted in time for the festivities!
Grace Atwood, of the uber fabulous blog Stripes And Sequins, is one of the most talented and hardworking women I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing. I met Grace a while back at a Rebecca Minkoff Girls’ Night Out event, and we quickly became besties. From the outside, her life seems perfect, she juggles work (she holds the position of Director of Social Media at Bauble Bar), her blog, and her personal life like a pro, and still seems finds time to have some fun. She brilliantly comes up with DIY projects that her readers devour, and brands line up to work with the maven. I sat down with the influencer to discuss her career path, her favorite NYC spots, and her must have beauty products.
Get your heels on for a cause, become a part of a music festival, and do your best downtown shopping all in one go this weekend in NYC.
A new season can be an excuse for a new wardrobe in the fashion world. Or it can be motivation to revamp and restyle old summer staples. Whether sophisticated and tailored or flowing and printed, pair these shorts with boots and/or stockings for a cozy fall look.
Yes Virginia — there is a Target and Neiman Marcus retail collaboration.
There’s no better way to cover up unshaven legs than with a maxi dress. Feminine yet comfortable, these dresses are the perfect addition to your beach summer wardrobe. We’ve selected 10 magnificently chic maxi’s to keep you satisfied all season long.
It’s that special time of year again when women wear excessively adorned hats and everyone gets drunk on mint juleps and throws money at running horses. We love some southern charm here at FashionIndie, making us big fans of the Kentucky Derby. As the event approaches this Saturday, May 5, we’re thinking of party-appropriate outfits and accessories for this very fashionable tradition. Here are nine of our favorite horse race-ready pieces to prepare you no matter where you’ll be when the Kentucky Derby celebrates its 138th year.
Last night, FashionIndie gathered at Tribeca Grand Hotel for an exclusive screening of Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23, an evening full of pink champagne, cupcakes and frilly girl fashion. The talented Stacey Bendet outfitted the show’s female stars Krysten Ritter and Dreama Walker in stunning dresses from Alice & Olivia while attendees downed flutes of Chandon Rosé sparkling wine and munched on red velvet cupcakes. Lots of laughter rang out in the screening room while we previewed the first two episodes of the show, but you can see for yourself – it premieres tonight at 9:30 PM on ABC.
We’re crushing hard on the giant peach trend that’s wiping the palette clean into a slightly blushing nude. The effect is a sweetness as subtle as a fuzzy navel. From the Spring 2012 runways, 3.1 Phillip Lim nailed the hue right on as pastels permeated the season. Now see some pieces that will make you a princess peach.
One of “les trois grandes dames” of Impressionism, Mary Cassatt, was perhaps best known for her mother-daughter works. She painted the day-to-day, the real interactions betweek the two, like here, a scene of Mom mending some material. What do I take from it? The way she mixed stripes and that light blue mint back in the 1800s. The soft brushstrokes give the painting a light feeling, making this look ripe for spring.
Playing on varying proportions for changeable silhouettes in a cool mix of chiffons and knits, Ann Yee has an aesthetic that gets the delicate downtown girl. Her look is versatile and flowing, blocked and billowing. And her knowledge of producing knitwear leads to a sleek product (she got her knitwear cred on the streets of of Elizabeth and James, Alice + Olivia and Barneys). Caves and the textures that lead down into the earth inspired her Fall 2012 collection. Layers with movement allow for depth. With Dr. Marten to take us down into the deep caverns, and Linhardt jewelry to be our rocks, we explore the fresh design eye of Ann Yee.