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NEWS / May 8 2012 7:15 AM

Nicole Richie Is Designing a Capsule Collection for Macy’s

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Fashion Star‘s Nicole Richie is getting her designs into Macy’s and she didn’t even have to compete for it. Macy’s is one of the retailers that will ideally carry winning designs by contestants on that trainwreck of a reality show, but Richie bypassed the televised bidding process and her capsule collection hits Macy’s stores come mid-September.

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FASHION / February 21 2012 1:15 PM

10 Sexiest Attempts at New York & London Fashion Week

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Four words have damn near killed all sexiness on the runway: Downton Abbey. Mad Men. Actually, pattern mashing on hip padding with funny furry hats hasn’t helped. A barrage of wildly cool man-repelling looks sauntered down Fall 2012 runways, but sexy was rather difficult to locate. A straight man, who shall remain nameless, and I went through thousands of photos. Through a sea of “Eww”s and “Ugh”s and “I’d fire that designer”s, we found a handful of looks that qualify as sexy. Keep in mind, we mean sexy, not slutty, so all boob-bearing, thigh rising, skin tightening looks were overlooked. We’ll take curves that these designers presented, thank you. And while this Fall’s sexiest looks might not get your panties wet, they may just get your britches in a twist. 

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FASHION / February 20 2012 10:00 AM

The Fall 2012 Silhouette is a Natural Cinch

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Belts have come up and down, all around, and in some seasons have disappeared altogether. For the Fall of 2012, however, a strong regime of stylists has determined the belt will fall at the natural waist. Ho hum as this may seem, it’s good news for you as the waist is naturally the skinniest part of the body. So you get to cinch it in tight and show off that sexy hourglass figure. Unlike the drop waist that dominated runways a year ago.  

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FASHION / January 25 2012 9:52 AM

Doo.Ri Doing it Right for Macy’s

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Yesterday, Doo.Ri fêted the completion of her line for Macy’s Impulse. Following Karl Lagerfeld‘s almighty Chanel suit, she’s next in the throttle for a release at Macy’s. The collection embodies her masculine crispness with feminine textures, and the good news is, aside from two jackets, the entire collection is under $100! We caught up with Doo.Ri and asked about the Unkle Karl and her upcoming collections.

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FASHION, NEWS / October 19 2011 3:23 PM

Doo-Ri Announced as Next Designer Collab For Macy’s

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As Macy’s enters into the second year of its capsule initiative, we’ve been waiting to hear which designer the department store will collaborate with next. Lucky for all the ladies, Doo-Ri Chung was just announced as the next creative mind to turn out designs for Macy’s contemporary fashion department Impulse. Hitting stores February 15, the collection will feature art-inspired prints, jersey pieces mixed with leather, beautifully detailed knitwear and Doo-Ri’s iconic draping, all at an affordable price. Click to see three exclusive sketches from the collection.

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FASHION / October 9 2011 4:39 PM

4 Trends that Spring Forward

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Fashion Week has spread its Spring seed. The Big 4; NY, London, Milan and Paris have offically had their say, and now we can reflect. (We’re certainly not reflecting on NJ Fashion Week. Wait, what? That exists?! No, no. Well, yes. But really, no.) We’ve collected the trends that have spoken. The four trends that dominated the four cities we trust with our fashionable senses called out to us from many a runway. We’ve taken our favorite from each city, each trend that matters. See what’s abuzz here, there and everywhere for Spring 2012.

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FASHION / September 20 2011 9:00 AM

#NYFW Round-Up: FashionIndie’s Faves from New York Spring 2012

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There’s a definite consensus around the FashionIndie office regarding this season at the tents: lackluster. Gone was the excitement and the thrill of the new and in its stead stood a circus comprised of the old guard impatiently appraising the crop of would-be streetstyle stars and the army of bloggers hanging about as they waded through the muck of the nameless and the irrelevant to find a collection onto which to pin their ever-dwindling hopes . Still, there were a few shows that set the five barely-beating hearts of FashionIndie racing and had our backs aching to be clothed in their bright and bold designs.

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