Resort 2019 Fashion Trend: Poppy Plaids

Colorful stripes, alone or crossed to form squares, added graphic verve to contemporary collections for resort.

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4 Tips for Overcoming the Consumer Non-Spending Trend of 2017

For many, 2017 was the year of consumer non-spending. Author Ann Patchett even documented her year of no shopping for the New York Times. Many consumers were consciously fitting their lifestyles into popular trends that demanded less material items — tiny homes, upcycling, campervans and co-living concepts.
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Scotty Cunha Shows How To Get The Ultimate Celebrity Summer Hair Trend: The Beach Wave

Scotty Cunha is known for creating incredible looks for his celebrity clients like Kourtney and Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus, and now the Ambassador for CHI is showing Access how to get the perfect summer beach wave! Check out the demonstration for some insider beauty tricks and make sure to check out Scotty on “The Look: All Stars” on the CW too.


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How to Wear the Summer’s Hottest Trend: Translucent Frame Sunglasses

Transparent frames have never looked better, thanks to brands turning out see-through sunglasses styles in classic shapes.


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1. Elston by State

The brown hue of both the frame and lenses splits the difference between crystal clear glasses and traditional tortoiseshell, so they’re a subtle but standout take on the transparent look. 

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2. Walker by Saturdays NYC

Handcrafted in Japan from Italian acetate, this frame features thicker temples and a straight brow, which gives it an angular look perfect for guys with rounder faces.

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3. Parkhurst by Raen

This unisex design with a flat profile has seven strong barrel hinges in each temple, meaning it can withstand the beating of a day at the beach. Its acetate frame changes from tortoiseshell to clear and sleek.

[$ 135; raen.com]

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4. Lemtosh by Moscot

Jeff Goldblum and Truman Capote both wore the Lemtosh in opaque styles, but the clear version with bottle-green lenses works just as well for us less famous dudes. The frame comes in different width sizes and in bold hues like sage and tobacco. 

[$ 290; moscot.com]

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5. Grayson by Garrett Leight

This slightly oversize frame features stylish blue lenses and a high keyhole bridge. But the anti-reflective coating and ultraviolet protection make this pair a great combination of form and function. 

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Couture 2018 Trend: Speaking Volumes

Couture is filled with big ideas — some of the literal sort. While designers revealed their penchant for generous proportions mostly in billowing evening looks, some tailoring got the grand treatment as well.

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Chunky President: President Donald Trump’s Weight Sparks “Girther” Trend

President Donald Trump boasted about his physical and mental condition at various points during his presidential campaign and in recent times. After White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson listed the former business mogul at 6’3 and 239 pounds, skeptics have slammed the big reveal and sparked the term “girther” that made its rounds on social media on Tuesday (Jan. 16).

What makes this an especially rich moment is that Trump has famously shamed people for their weight while not exactly looking quite like the Adonis-like figure he imagines himself to be. Playing on Trump’s zany “birther” moment in attempting to get President Barack Obama to prove his U.S. citizenship, the “girther” trend picked up quite a bit of steam on Twitter.

We’ve collected some of best “Girther” tweets below and on the following pages. Hit up the #Girther and #GirtherMovement hashtags to join in or see more.

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Spring 2018 Trend: Island Take Away

Romantic white attire, natural textures and tropical prints allude to a colonial island getaway spirit.

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Spring 2018 Fashion Trend: Casual Satin

Designers worked light-catching satin into casual silhouettes for day.

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Men’s Spring 2018 Trend: White Accessories

You can never go wrong with white and this season is no different, as fashion houses showcased white accessories once again, ranging from sunglasses to fanny packs and sneakers.

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Spring 2018 Accessories Trend: Statement Earrings

Statement earrings for spring telegraph boldness, novelty and graphic punch.
 

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Cougar Dating: New Trend in the Dating World

Today, we are all standing in the modern world where most people are trying their best to shed off the conservative mindset. Earlier men did not have the thought to approach elderly women. Neither the women agreed ever to such open-ended relationships.
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Trend Union’s Li Edelkoort: Goddesses Are Emerging Female Archetypes in Fashion

DRAPED CRUSADERS: As the social message of women’s empowerment continues to gain ground, goddess-like strength and traits are turning up in fashion.
Goddesses of all different heritages and persuasions were the focus of Li Edelkoort’s spring 2019 presentation for Trend Union at The New School in New York. The way she sees it, they are at the root of the emerging female fashion archetype for the industry with individuals determining their own goddess based on individual tastes. Predicting a revolution sparked partially from draping, folding and cuts, Edelkort expects normcore and streetwear basics to dissolve. That shift calls for “designers, not influencers,” she said.
With a myriad of colorful images that drew from art history, fashion, portraiture and nature, the trend forecaster offered a crash course in goddesses. Students and industry types learned of Aphrodite, Demeter, Hestia, Gaia, Flora & Fauna, Nike and others. Edelkoort also pointed to the increasing importance of the sack dress, regal colors and majestic fabrics. She also spoke of “this child woman” who is very dominant in society, accumulating jobs as if she is accumulating pairs of shoes. “She lives her life like a ribbon, like a bracelet — there is not a clear direction. She is

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Spring 2018 Trend: In the Clear

From PVC trenches to tinted vinyl jackets, transparent rainwear looms large on the horizon.

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Spring 2018 Trend: Uncommon Thread

Topstitching isn’t only for seams anymore as contemporary designers employ it as a strong, decorative element.

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Men’s Activewear Trend: Pump Day

Compression garments with graphic elements, ultrathin outerwear in color-blocked designs and bolder logos throughout are helping to achieve the best performance without compromising style.

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Fall 2018 Bridal Trend: Here Come the Brides

There was drama and some regal touches to the fall bridal collections, with lace, boudoir brides and capes ruling the runways.

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Fall 2018 Bridal Trend: Modest Wedding Dresses

Modesty was one of the main trends to surface during Bridal Fashion Week in New York, with long sleeves a feature of covered-up gowns in every major collection, like this Tadashi Shoji lace number.

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Spring 2018 Trend: Athletic Gear

Performance athletic gear collided with fierce fashion on the Paris runways, resulting in a cool mix of style meets function. At Balenciaga, Demna Gvasalia’s two-way design — part alpine jacket, part denim vest — made for one of the most memorable outerwear statements of the season.

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Spring 2018 Trend: Something White

Weddings are a woman’s biggest fashion statement and judging from the spring collections, a designer’s, too, as some of the most creative moments in the runway referenced bridal attire.

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Spring 2018 Trend: Trench Lessons

Just when one thought every trenchcoat had been seen, designers fringe, corset and layer the outerwear favorite in all sorts of unexpected ways.

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Spring 2018 Trend: Over and Over

Florals for spring? Groundbreaking — at least at Louis Vuitton, where Nicolas Ghesquière breathed new life into Old World metallic floral brocades that were anything but romantic.

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Spring 2018 Trend: Nine to Dive

New York designers transported beach-ready looks from the sand to the city.

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Resort 2018 Trend: Straw Pole

 Accessories designers plied their creativity into raffia and wicker designs for resort.

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Resort 2018 Trend: Officially Chic

The trenchcoat has come a long way since it made its debut as a protective garment for Army officers, and interpretations for resort focused on timeless style, function and chic.

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Resort 2018 Trend: Neon Now

Designers went bolder with their color choices for resort, accenting collections with hues that popped with a young, playful energy.

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Fall’s Hottest Nail Polish Trend Is a Major ’70s Throwback

The fall runways’ biggest trend—the ’70s—is making its way to your nails in the form of rich burnt-orange polishes. We tried every last one to find the eight grooviest new takes on rust.
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Paris Spring 2016 Trend: Lingerie-Inspired Looks

Sleep no more? Chiffon, satin and lace — along with lots of skin — were all over the Paris runways as lingerie-inspired slipdresses, baby-doll minidresses, sheer nightshirts, rompers and lacy T-shirts with built-in molded bra cups went from in the bedroom to on-trend.

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Spring 2016 Makeup Trend to Try Now: Eyelash Art

It's almost impossible to imagine now, but not even a decade ago, the idea of wearing designs on your nails instead of solid-color polish was considered adventurous. Like, you wouldn't dream of wearing striped nails…


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Drew Barrymore’s ’90s Fashion Trend of Choice, the Nightgown Dress, Is Back for Spring

With the resurgence of so many '90s fashion trends in the past couple of years (chokers, Doc Martens, and lots 'o flannel, to name a few), it was only a matter of time until we…


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The Name of Leighton Meester and Adam Brody’s Daughter, Arlo Day, Is Very on Trend

The news that Leighton Meester and Adam Brody—or better known as Seth Cohen and Blair Waldorf in our hearts—have welcomed their first child had us feeling all kinds of happy feels today. At the time…


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Are You Ready for the Return of This OTT ’80s Trend?

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There was a hint of Victoriana in laced governess-meets-glam booties at Marc Jacobs’s epic show on Thursday. And then just today, in London, J.W.Anderson showed exaggerated leg-of-mutton sleeves, popular in the reign of Queen Victoria. Do we smell a trend? Maybe, but let’s not be so quick to set the needle quite so far back; there were clues in the new collection that suggest Jonathan Anderson’s references weren’t quite so dusty.

We know from his impactful Fall collection for Loewe that Anderson has been applying a 1980s filter to his designs, which would explain the squiggle print he showed at his signature line today. This eye-catching pattern paid homage to one Vivienne Westwood showed at her 1981 pirate collection. It was also a nod to the work of graffiti artist Keith Haring, who later collaborated with her. This print was to New Romantics what the flannel shirt was to Grunge rockers: There are pictures of Duran Duran wearing it, as well as Bow Wow Wow’s Annabella Lwin.

The New Romantics rejected punk’s hard, agro edge in favor of a frilly and androgynous look. (“Often we’d find women’s clothes,” said Nick Rhodes in a recent interview, “because actually men’s clothes weren’t particularly flamboyant at that time.”) There is no doubt that Anderson’s collection, featuring bralettes worn over shirts, was super femme. It was also boldly exuberant, as any love letter to a decade in which bigger really was better should be.

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Resort 2016 Trend: Wild Animal Prints

Call it the circle of life. Trend-driven products with a sense of familiarity are not always a bad thing. For resort, designers turned to an array of common, wild animal prints — namely leopard, jaguar and zebra — reworking them into chic, wearable separates.

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Resort 2016 Accessories Trend: 3-D Floral Embellishment

Resort proved a veritable garden of botanical delights, with three-dimensional floral embellishments sweetly adorning bags, shoes and bracelets. Sculptural yet small in scale, this fresh take on the floral trend felt decidedly demure.

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Resort 2016 Trend: Ruffles

Designers indulged their fanciful side for resort as they added frills, flounces and ruffles to even the most classic of shapes. Dresses, skirts, tops and pants received these girly additions — some delicate and restrained, others bold and dramatic — all adding charm to the season.

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Resort 2016 Trend: Colorblocking

Designers colored within the lines for resort, brightening simple silhouettes with bold blocks of complementary or contrasting colors for a look that is fresh, clean and current.
 
 

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It’s National Bow Tie Day: See Justin Timberlake, Jay Z and More Stars Rocking the Trend

Friday just got better! Today happens to mark an incredibly special holiday: It’s National Bow Tie Day.

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15 Bridal Parties Who Totally Nailed The Ombré Dress Trend

There’s nothing wrong with a uniform bridesmaid look — all of the girls wearing the same dress in the same exact color.  

But if you want something a bit more eye-catching, consider an ombré color scheme. Not sure what that means? Basically, you choose a color and then have the bridesmaids wear dresses in a slightly different shades — some lighter, some darker and some in the middle so that they gradually blend into each other. 

Below, check out 15 gorgeous executions of the ombré dress trend. Get inspired! 

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Resort 2016 Trend: Lightweight Suits

Suits once implied a lean, ladylike skirt and a crisp jacket — that now-vintage look of the Ladies Who Lunch. But the concept has evolved considerably to include walking shorts or legginglike pants and culottes matched with blazers, cropped jackets and even vests. For the resort season, anything goes. Adding to the freshness: plenty of surface interest courtesy of lightweight pinstripes, seersucker and blurred plaids.

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Trend Alert! Hair Accessories for Fall 2015

Accessories are a big thing for any outfit, with the potential to make or break a look or ensemble. While jewelry and gloves, bags and purses and everything in between might be quite necessary, few of us ever really stop to think about hair accessories.

You may have spent a whole lot of time primping and styling your locks but you have left it lacking some extra embellishment that could completely alter your appearance. This is unfortunate considering the many ways you could add to your ‘do and make it look that much more glamorous and unique.

Simple things really can make a whole world of difference, whether it is a clip or a bandana, a hat or a pin. You can get creative, fill it up to the tee or just let it be — a simple look that appears intriguing to say the least.

Recently, designers have presented us with some of the most decadent hair ornaments for the upcoming 2015-2016 fall/winter season. These ultra glam pieces will inspire you to add a touch of sparkle and glam to your tresses during the colder months.

If the fall 2015 designer collections are any indication, when it comes to your hair next season, you are going to want to put a bow on it — or a ribbon, or a pretty jeweled clip, or a graphic oversized barrette, or possibly even a brooch plucked from your jewelry box as the case may be.

Geometric clips (Suno), jeweled accents (Prada, Dolce & Gabbana), and slim monochromatic pieces (Rochas) offer plenty of alternatives for accessorizing even the simplest of styles and look that much better pinned into easy, imperfectly done hair.

Here, a look back at a few of our favorite fresh ideas, which we plan on putting into action, pronto.

Headbands

The stylists at Chanel dominated the fashion week runways with their chunky black satin headbands that pulled the hair back away from the face and added a dainty and feminine touch.

Although silk and satin headbands always appear chic, new textured bands such as leather or jewel-encrusted ones are also all the rage. Proenza Schouler showcased sleek leather headbands as well as some adorned with sparkles and added bands in thin strips.

Colored bands such as the orange elastic headbands worn at the Fendi show looked bright and refreshing and did a stylish job at keeping stray tendrils away from the face while bringing the focus towards the forehead region and the eyes.

Girly pink headbands from Honor were the perfect no-fuss accessories, adding to a woman’s femininity. At Gucci we saw white floral headbands placed atop blonde hair with pink edges, looking oh-so-beautiful and positively unique.

Dainty Bows

While the spring and summer seasons were full of huge bows, the fall and winter seasons have seen smaller, jeweled bows instead and certainly not as often. They appeared in multiple pieces on a single model’s head at Dolce & Gabbana, appearing to be a lovely combination of sweet and delicate as well as youthful with a mature outlook.

Pretty little bows were added to the ends of the braids at the Giles show as well, in soft satin and looking positively gorgeous against the platinum blonde of the hair. At Delpozo, onlookers were treated to the sight of oversized bow headbands that we just might grab in those pasty pink colors.

Jeweled Clips and Barrettes

Jewels in your hair may not be something you would normally go for, but they can appear to be quite lovely. Plus, they add bling to any ‘do, sprucing up any outfit just through the presence of something sparkling on your head.

That’s where the jeweled accents seen at Prada or even Dolce & Gabbana come in, from the colorful designs of the former keeping the hair looped to the side in place with those incredible barrettes to the gorgeous golden ribbon enamel and jewel encrusted roses of the latter.

The best looks, though, seemed to be the Chanel strike-through hair pins that went perfectly with the satin headbands while effectively adding retro to futuristic looks and keeping us with eyes trained on the runway, demanding more and more despite the fashion house’s elaborate and long collection for the fall and winter seasons of this year.

Head Scarves

While they were certainly not a common sight, headscarves and such headwear, such as the Agnes B tulle headwear and the Dolce & Gabbana options, were extremely intriguing and looked rather sweet tied in with the ponytails and updos.

Headscarves were tied on at Delpozo as well, coming in pastel pinks and navy blues and encompassing the whole of the head in a look that appears to be chic and Gypsy like.

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Introducing the Latest and Craziest Health Trend for 2015: Fat Water!

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What’s Underneath Fall’s Lingerie Trend? Wouldn’t You Like to Know!

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Take it from the “Ultimate First Date Look”: Nothing is sexier than a hint of what’s underneath. No, we aren’t saying that you should employ those removable plastic straps or leave those thick Lycra bands out for the world to see. We’re talking lingerie—and lots of it.

So how to translate underthings into the everyday? To start, wash your mind of the thought that you’ll be heading to the cubicle in BDSM-latexwear. Instead, look to all of the examples of la nuit-chic from Fall 2015, from the décolletage-diving black-lace jumpsuits at Balmain to the lace-trimmed baby doll frocks at Chloé.

For a runway-to-real-life example, first consider the bodysuit: Pair a romantic tulle version with a high-waisted A-line skirt and a denim topper to keep it casual, or a black knit cashmere piece with high-waisted army shorts for more coverage. Charming bras add an intentional, come-hither component when you allow the straps to peek out from under thin slip dresses. Most importantly, opening up your boudoir for its daytime potential ensures you practically double your wardrobe.

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Fall 2015’s Most Versatile Trend Is the Suede Skirt: 17 Ways to Style It

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Resort 2016 Trend: Shades of Blue

Resort collections are by nature attuned to the sand and sea. This season designers plunged into an ocean of blue, sometimes offering a subtle suggestion of nautical via stripes or a rope-inspired detail. The result was a moody mix of pieces that work in a city setting, too.
 
 

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Spring 2016 Trend: Jewel-Toned Lingerie

Shimmering sapphires, pale amethysts and rich rubies don’t just belong in the Diamond District. They surfaced this season in chemises and slips that cling sensually to the body or flare gently from the bodice — with sheer tulle, allover lace and silk satins the fabric favorites for spring 2016.

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Hangover Makeup Is a Real Trend Happening in Asia

Normally, we'd be dishing out tips on how to hide your hangover with makeup, but the latest trend in Asia is the opposite. Women there want puffy undereye circles and pink blotchy skin. They call…


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Resort 2016 Trend: Tropical Prints

What inspiration best suits a season that’s based on travel and leisure? Designers gave an enthusiastic nod to the tropics, using bold blooms and leafy botanical prints on both ready-to-wear and accessories to give resort looks a vibrant dose of color — and customers a tempting tease of island ambience.

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American Voices: ‘Thigh Reading’ Trend Takes Hold On Social Media

In an effort to subvert mainstream beauty standards and celebrate all bodies equally, thousands of women are promoting the hashtag #thighreading and posting pictures of their thighs to social media, many of which depict stretch marks, scars, and cellulite. What do you think?



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Resort 2016 Trend: Caftans

Resort’s most effortless look, the caftan came in versions that draped, flared and billowed for day or night.

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The Summer Camp Trend That’s Making a Chic Comeback

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We all know the evergreen packing list essentials (remember, extra underwear and socks are never a bad idea), but curating a weekend getaway wardrobe that is both easy and elevated can prove a bit trickier. This summer, the nostalgia for traditional summer camp style (a place where, in my experience, you were no one without a custom camp sweatshirt emblazoned with your cabin number—bonus points if it was embroidered with your name, too) served as the genesis for monogram mania around the Vogue offices this season.

“Packing for a beach vacation is also the perfect time to experiment with whimsical accessories and bespoke additions,” says Vogue.com Accessories Editor Brooke Ely Danielson. “Think sunglasses in punchy colors, classics like simple white tennis shoes, smartphone cases, all of which are elevated by playful personal touches that feel modern—whether you emboss them with your Twitter handle or decorate them with your favorite emojis.”

Personalized touches are also a nice way to chic-ify otherwise cute, but often predictable, sleepwear staples, such as pajamas and sleep eye masks. And if sporting your own monogram from sunrise until sunset isn’t enough, well then you could always turn your hand to the picnic table: customizable Coca-Cola bottles, personalized aprons, cookies . . . a feast for the eyes all around.

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20 Bridal Parties Who Flawlessly Executed The Mismatched Dress Trend

In case you haven’t heard, the days of mandatory bridesmaids uniforms — the same boring dress in the same drab color — are over. And what a relief it is!

More and more brides are letting their ‘maids choose their own gowns in colors and cuts that flatter their bodies. And when executed correctly, the mix-and-match styles look beyond gorgeous together in photos.

Not totally on board yet? Check out some of the beautiful bridal party looks below and you, too, will be sold. 

For more on how to make the mismatched look work, check out these tips from HuffPost and Nordstrom Weddings. 

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12 Ways to Pull Off Summer’s White Eyeliner Trend

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Bridesmaids Rejoice! New Wedding Trend Is Individuality

Let’s just say, there’s a reason the movie wasn’t called “Sisterhood of the Traveling Bridesmaid Dress.”

 

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Resort 2016 Trend: Fantastic Fur

It’s not your grandmother’s coat. Resort’s most notable furs channeled a fun, young vibe via novelty cuts and vibrant palettes.
 
 
 

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Resort 2016 Trend: All That Glitters

Resort collections shined bright, whether with a touch or a ton of sequins, which ranged from graphic and colorful to more subdued.

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L.A.’s Latest Culinary Trend: Comfort Food Moderne

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Who would have thought I could name two places off the top of my head, and both within driving distance, that serve a vegan pineapple upside-down cake? (I am not vegan, by the way.) Who would have thought that deviled eggs topped with a tiny piece of house-cured smoked catfish would be something I could crave? Or that a spot that specializes in fried chicken and waffles would also offer a kale Cobb salad with grilled chicken and goat cheese, slightly drizzled with lemon juice?

BBQ and soul food spots with a farm-to-table, fresh, and organic twist are rocking all over L.A., and I’m officially declaring it a movement. Let’s call it Comfort Food Moderne—a little bit leaner than the old-fashioned style, and in some cases half-vegan. Who thought brussels sprouts were going to be in fashion . . . ever? Really, I didn’t see that coming.

 



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First, a spot called Boneyard Bistro opened in Sherman Oaks. There is a wedge: iceberg lettuce, blue cheese, and over-the-top bacon, but there’s also mesclun greens with a balsamic vinaigrette and a Mediterranean chopped salad with grilled artichokes and shiitakes. Fried mac and cheese has very little to do with health, but there’s also a quinoa salad and pan-roasted salmon on the menu. The ribs are memorable, but there are also beer-steamed mussels. And by the way, who knew there were that many varieties of beer? (They also feature an extensive wine list and both Scotch and bourbon tasting menus.) I watch in amazement as the six foot two guy sitting in the corner can’t quite get a bite out of the O.M.G., an eight-ounce burger topped with onion rings, onions (yes, double onions), tomato, pickles, house-made bacon, and cheddar cheese. OK, so they may only have one (delicious) foot in healthy eating.

 



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Post & Beam

 

Then Post & Beam opened and took Comfort Food Moderne to a whole new level. A hidden gem in the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza shopping center, loop around the parking lot three times and there it is: the mid-century modern architecture quietly signals you’ve arrived. Post & Beam is a collaboration between local legend restaurateur Brad Johnson (whose Roxbury on Sunset is deeply missed) and brilliantly talented chef Govind Armstrong, who first burst on the L.A. food scene as a teenager at the original Spago and has been honing his own style ever since. Each has an open, generous, and gentle spirit that can be felt the moment you open the door. Or rather, the moment the friendly security guard opens the door for you and smiles as he lets you in, almost as if you’ve been given permission to enter a private exclusive club. Mind you it’s an exclusive club with excellent acoustics. Note to restaurant owners everywhere: Just because it’s noisy, doesn’t mean people are having fun!

Craft cocktails, oh my! One of our guests declared theirs the best Paloma she’d ever had (Palomas are also trending in L.A.), the mojito was apparently divine, and the tequila gimlet with fresh lime juice rivaled any at a five-star hotel bar. Not to be missed are the perfectly textured shrimp and grits with a smoky almost-chipotle flavor (the appetizer size is big enough for four to share), the aforementioned catfish-topped deviled eggs, and the hot sauce in a squeeze-jar on the table, house-made with a medley of peppers grown on-site. And it’s all served on colorful Fiestaware, in case you didn’t realize you were having a good time. And can we discuss the collard greens? I never thought I’d write that sentence. I have no idea why they were so good, but they were equally matched by the remarkably light cornmeal-crusted catfish and the sugar snap peas with local carrots and spring onions. Save room for the P&B sweet potato pie served with house-made whipped cream and savor each bite—part of the fun of Post & Beam is just hanging out.

 



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Barrel and Ashes

 

Then Barrel and Ashes opened its doors on Ventura Boulevard. It’s a riff on Texas BBQ by star chefs Tim Hollingsworth, former chef de cuisine at The French Laundry and Rory Herrmann, former chef de cuisine of Bouchon in Beverly Hills, and backed by restaurant impresario Bill Chait. Expect a wait even if you have a reservation. Expect it to be slightly expensive. Cool your heels and pretend you’re in New York. And the moment you sit down, order their chicken wings even if you’ve never liked them before. Their smoked free-range chicken is also divine. There is a Caesar salad made with Tuscan kale but, on the other hand, there’s also a Frito pie piled with chili, cheddar, sour cream, and green onions—a Texas version of nachos? You might wish there were subtitles for your friends across from you at the table because you won’t be able to hear one word they’re saying, but that won’t stop you from diving in in unison to the sizzling hoe cake—some combination of butter, butter, butter, corn meal, and I don’t know if it’s maple syrup or honey—served in a cast-iron skillet. You’ll wish you’d ordered two.

 



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My Two Cents

 

And then there’s the candidate for what I call Excellence Where You Least Expect It. Practically in a strip mall on Pico Boulevard in mid-city L.A. is a funny spot called My Two Cents that was quietly opened in 2013 by former celebrity private chef Alisa Reynolds. She has a tough no-nonsense manner; soft, deep voice; modest smile; and a dry wit. She slyly says she’s half-vegan. At her little hole-in-the-wall—that does serve vegan options—the size of the pork chop rivals any steak house in town. Order at the counter, sit at one of the community picnic tables, and find a little patience—everything is cooked to order—as you listen to the slightly loud rap, maybe Pharrell Williams’s “Happy.” Don’t be surprised if the diners at the restaurant spontaneously (or with some prodding from chef Alisa) break into dance.

The menu is inventive and unusual. In addition to the shrimp and grits, traditional biscuits, pulled pork, and dirty rice and greens, there’s something called gries (that would be grit fries), a fried green tomato BLT po’ boy, and a vegan spaghetti and black-eyed pea stew. And I will argue that her beet salad—the beets cooked on-site, served with organic greens and a tiny bit of goat cheese—may be the best in the world. Yes, I really just said that. The desserts are vegan and not (peach cobbler comes in both varieties), and then there’s one of those vegan pineapple upside-down cakes. As you take a sip of the fresh mint tea, take notice of the tattoo on chef Alisa’s arm. It is an image of a knife, then the plus sign, then the image of a fork, then the equal sign, and then, the image of a heart.

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Top Beauty Trend 2015: Be Unapologetically You

It’s been an exciting season in the world of beauty. In this past month, Caitlyn Jenner graced the cover of Vanity Fair as her identified gender and Tess Holliday was named the first plus-sized supermodel by People Magazine. The non-traditional, but ever-so-gorgeous Amy Schumer is starring in the new romantic comedy, Trainwreck (on the heels of absolutely killing it in the media for her sketch with Tina Fey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Patricia Arquette that shamelessly kicks Hollywood’s ass about age discrimination).

It appears we’re making some great strides in eliminating the narrow, cookie-cutter ideal of women in America. And while we are, it’s important to avoid sneaky pitfalls along the way.

“Curvy” women were shamed for so long for not being waif-like – which resulted in low self-esteem, amongst many other internal struggles. Now in this body revolution, the tables have turned and media figures frequently slam skinny women with phrases like “REAL women have curves.” This is not okay either.

Some very thin women are naturally that way (and agonize over not having curves!). Some very buff women enjoy working out and are subjected to questions of ridicule like “Why do you want to look like a man?” That needs to stop. It’s fantastic that body types that were not accepted in the past are finally being recognized as amazing, but we need celebrate ourselves without demeaning anyone else.

The truth is, real beauty radiates out of who we are as individuals; even the modeling industry is taking note!

“The modeling industry is currently focusing on diversity – which I believe is a positive change!” says former Ford Model and owner of TRUE Model Management, Dale Noelle. “We’re seeing transgendered and differently abled models, as well as all body types. Everyone can have a voice now.”

Noelle’s agency (which is CRUSHING it) has been lauded as one of the top agencies for curvy models, though TRUE represents all body types. The attributes Noelle seeks in models are based on more than just the basic requests for specific size, race, or gender.

Here are her top four beauty tips for models and civilians alike:

1. Be Physically Healthy. Everyone’s body is different, but having a healthy body is most desirable. Treat your body with respect by eating nutritious food and exercising. You will rock whatever body type you have, if you have a strong foundation!

2. Be Emotionally Healthy and Have a Positive Attitude. In a judgmental industry (and world in general), it is imperative to remain positive and emotionally stable. Positivity can work wonders when a person faces adversity. Stay true to yourself and make sure your emotional health is always a priority. Stability and positivity starts within and you will receive all that you radiate. Real confidence comes from knowing who you are and truly loving that person. There is nothing more breath-taking than a confident person who shares who they are with the world.

3. Show Your Personality. The most successful models (and the most attractive people in general) are those who are unapologetically themselves.

4. Be Resilient and Stay Grounded. Stand strong in your morals and beliefs. Do not compromise yourself for any reason. As a model, one client might think one of your physical features is attractive and another will hate it – and that’s okay. Same is true for life. You won’t be shaken if you love who you are. And of course, always remember to stay humble!

The fashion industry is evolving into a more open forum for all types of people. As individuals, it is essential to capitalize on your uniqueness. Rid yourself of all thoughts of inadequacy. Make strides towards treating yourself with proper care and recognition; beauty will emerge from your good self-treatment. Always be true to you.

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Has the Hybrid Food Trend Gone Too Far? (Yes, Probably)

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Maybe we should blame Dominique Ansel. The French pastry chef’s creation of the Cronut—the love child of a croissant and doughnut—was named one of the greatest innovations of 2013. Since then, there have been many haute-culinary innovations, ranging from the peanut butter–stuffed pretzel to the Shoyu Ramen Burger. But the hybrid food trickle-down effect has now reach full, unabashed insanity: On Wednesday, Pizza Hut announced the arrival of the Hot Dog Bites Pizza—28 pigs-in-blankets wrapped around a traditional pie.



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The carnival-style fusion food has been building for a while. In 2010, KFC announced its Double Down sandwich, which forgoes bread for two fried-chicken filets. While it was originally thought to be an April Fools’ Day joke, the all-meat patty was willed into reality and continued to pop up at KFC locations both stateside and internationally. In January, the chain unveiled an inexplicable revamp of the Double Down: the Double Down Dog, a cheese-covered hot dog nestled between a “bun” of fried chicken.

In the past few months, chains have continued to pump out shock-value hybrid foods. Dunkin Donuts created a Glazed Doughnut Breakfast Sandwich. Little Caesars got in the game by wrapping three-and-a-half feet of bacon around a Sicilian-style pizza. Taco Bell has seen great success from its hybrid food initiative. Coming off the heels of the chain’s breakfast addition, the Waffle Taco, in February, Taco Bell unveiled a new dessert: Cap’n Crunch Delights, deep-fried dough, filled with cream and dusted with Cap’n Crunch, which will be available July 2. But no one does Frankenstein-style creations quite like Carl’s Jr. In April, the chain announced that they are testing out their Pepperoni Pizza Fries, a poutine-meets-pizza that no one ever wanted, and in May, Carl’s released its crown jewel: the “Most American Thickburger,” a beef patty, topped with a split hot dog, which rests on a bed of Lay’s potato chips.

There are, of course, outliers that don’t result in nausea. In May, Olive Garden gave word that they’re going to fashion their patron-favorite breadsticks into classic Italian sandwiches. (How was this not a thing before?) And last month, Starbucks released six new syrupy-sweet Frappuccinos in celebration of its 20th anniversary, all with pretty normal-sounding flavors. But the coolest innovation of all has nothing to do with food: In Hong Kong, Pizza Hut has begun delivering select pies in boxes that can be converted into a pseudo movie-projector.

Hopefully, Pizza Hut’s newest invention will send a message to all chains with a penchant for Freaky Friday food: There are better ideas out there.

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Julianne Moore Proves That This Ugly-Pretty Shoe Trend Still Has Legs

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Summer-shoe options leave something to be desired, especially for women in the city. Stilettos can be wearing, kitten heels too prim, while the ugly-pretty sandal is a remedy for tired soles, quite literally. Along with the return of the Teva, Birkenstocks made an epic comeback a couple summers ago thanks to fashion houses such as Céline, Givenchy, and Giambattista Valli, who showed elevated versions on the runway. And if Academy Award–winning actress Julianne Moore is anything to go by, then it appears that the sandal is the ugly-pretty shoe gift that keeps on giving.

Spotted earlier today en route to yoga, the actress kept cool in shades of gray and black. The addition of her natty, black fedora lent her look a sense of polish but with the practicality of living in Manhattan. It was Moore’s Birkenstocks though—which have been particularly popular amongst New Yorkers in optic white—that stole the show. After all, when it comes to an off-duty wardrobe, comfort and style should have equal footing.

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Fall 2015 Trend: Block Party

For fall, designers sent an open invitation to go bold or go home, peppering collections with fresh color-blocked geometric motifs. The technique transformed familiar shapes — jumpers, A-line skirts, flared pants, crossbody bags — into simple yet sophisticated additions to a wardrobe desperate for a jolt of fun.     

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Why The Itsy Bitsy Bikini Trend Isn’t Going Anywhere Anytime Soon

Hawaii gets a lot of flak for being behind on trends, but when it comes to swimwear, the Aloha state is definitely ahead of the curve.

And we know something mainland beaches don’t: cheeky bikini bottoms are about to sweep the nation.

The Brazilian bikini bottom — the barely-there style of the ’80s — has been resurrected in new and more modest ways, and this time, bikini experts say, it’s here to stay.

“The [Brazilian bikini] trend is growing,” Debbie Wilson, owner and designer of Maui Girl Bikinis, told The Huffington Post. “I don’t see it losing popularity.”

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Wilson has been designing all types of bikinis for 30 years. When she first opened her boutique on Maui, Brazilian-cut and thong bikinis weren’t in much demand. Now, Wilson says, they make up 75 to 80 percent of her overall sales.

The resurgence has swept Hawaii over the past five years, and signs of it are just now beginning to pop up on the mainland. Victoria’s Secret, perhaps the most mainstream swimwear brand, has introduced an “Itsy” option as well as a “Cheeky” option, and San Lorenzo, the Hawaii-based boutique that specializes in the Brazilian-cut, has recently branched out with stores in Newport Beach and Malibu as well as a pop up shop in the Hamptons — the paragon of East Coast prep and propriety.

Those in the industry say the surge in popularity may be related to the rise of social media.

Sabra Krock, creative director for the swim boutique Everything But Water, told The Daily Beast that the recent “fitness craze” is to thank for the cheeky trend, “as well as the Instagram and selfie voyeurism that’s online,” she said.

“I definitely point to Instagram as a key reason for a desire to emulate celebrities,” she said.

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Once You Try It…

The trend may have only recently reignited, but Mariella St. John, marketing director for San Lorenzo Bikinis, says that this style “is one that you can never go back on.”

Today’s line-up of Brazilian-cut bikinis offers more modest designs, making the style more accessible. While veterans and daredevils might still opt for super thin thongs or the showy v-line swimsuits of the late ’80s and ’90s, more modest options like cheeky boy shorts now exist.

These new designs, Wilson says, are “turning into g-strings again, but with more details, like a waistband, or shorts that still fit you in a way a [thong] would.”

Contrary to what you may think, Wilson explained, smaller bikini bottoms have a “slimming effect” on your rear end.

“Women are starting to realize that the [smaller cuts] are more flattering,” she said.



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When choosing the right cut, Emma Wo, fashion blogger at AlohaBabe.net and Miss Hawaii 2015, says “it’s important to find a style that works well with your body type. Brazilian-cut bikinis can seem daunting at first,” she told HuffPost, “but if you’ve got curves, full-coverage bikinis can actually make you look wider.”

“When customers, who have never worn our bikinis, come into the store, we tell them, ‘We’re going to convert you,'” St. John said. When her customers find the right fit of a cheeky bikini and then go back to a traditional cut, they often tell her that the regular bottoms feel like a “diaper.”

For comparison, here’s a traditional cut next to a Brazilian cut on the same model at a San Lorenzo boutique:

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If you’re shy about jumping in to a full Brazilian bikini, Naomi Newirth, co-designer of Acacia Swimwear, says to find somewhere in between and start there — “not full coverage and not a total Brazilian cut,” she told HuffPost, “no extra sag or fabric.”

Acacia Swimwear’s 2015 collection features cheeky bottoms that still maintain moderate coverage, like the ones featured below. Bikini model Chelsea Yamase also suggests Mikoh Bikinis, for a similar style.

If you’re still nervous about making the switch, bikini blogger Rebekah Steen of Gold Fish Kiss says, “Just give it a shot. At least once. Life’s short, try it out, and get some sun on your buns. You’ll be surprised how wearing just a little less fabric on your bum makes it look just that much better.”

Below, we’ve rounded up some of the best in-between cheeky bikinis so you can try the trend out for yourself.

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The Most Copyable Hair Trend at the Cannes Film Festival So Far

The first hair trend to come out of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival is something even hair novices can handle. It's the elegant ponytail. What these hairstyles have in common (besides being on blond women…




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Why Stacked Wedding Rings Are the Next Big Trend

Gone are the days when a wedding ring was nothing more than a simple band of gold. Nowadays, they can easily compete with an engagement ring in terms of flash, color, and uniqueness—and that's not…




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Why the Lokai Bracelet is the Latest Trend for Top Athletes

“An athlete’s career is full of highs and lows, from injuries to wins to losses to comebacks.” The Lokai represents the balance.
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The Latest Nail Trend Is Not Quite What You Expected

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The Evening Appeal of Metallic Eyeshadow: Charlize Theron, Olivia Wilde, and More Test-Drive a Trend

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More striking than a palette of soft nudes but warmer than a thick stroke of kohl, a wash of earthy shadow makes for a flattering take on the smoky eye. Spotted in Las Vegas, Charlize Theron polished up a monochromatic look with light-catching taupe lids. Also embracing the evening appeal of metallic makeup, Elizabeth Olsen amped up her lashlines with a burnished copper hue—an eye color–enhancing strategy Olivia Wilde took for an edgier spin with rich shadow and plenty of black liner. Here, three case studies in the art of high-impact neutrals.

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Shop the Trend: Tribal Spirit

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Top fashion influencers are getting into the Sam Edelman spring collection. Over Coachella’s Weekend 1, blogger Danielle Bernstein (We Wore What) attended the Sam Edelman–hosted brunch and DIY’d a silk fringe scarf into a top in “an attempt to survive the desert heat.”  DJ Chelsea Leyland got into the Palm Springs groove and donned a fringe kimono over a sexy bikini with a pair of printed ballet flats. Other brunch guests like Cailin Russo and Kilo Kisch snagged some classic ankle boots from the gifting to brave the festival grounds and dance the night away.

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Test-Driving Fashion’s Most Extreme Denim Trend

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My boyfriend wrinkles his face in disapproval, heavily sighs, and asks me if Vogue is playing a prank on me. I understand his concern: We are en route to grab a drink, and I am wearing what could be described as the high-waisted reincarnation of Insane Clown Posse–style rave trousers. The pants boast two panels of denim hanging off of the side seams, which, when pulled wide, make me appear like something akin to the Flying Nun. (When I fold them over the front part of the trouser, they look like a very modest skort.) I don’t look like I’m going for a drink, I look like I’m going to a rave where we sacrifice something. Welcome to “extreme denim.” The fall 2015 season was full of it, ranging from slash-happy Canadian tuxedo pieces by Marques ‘ Almeida to the warped and acid-splashed skirts and pants at Faustine Steinmetz. To top it off, even the beloved, once-defunct JNCO jean and its fat tubular flares are receiving a revival. And sure, all of these denim duds look stellar in the runway universe and in cheeky throwback photographs—as does everything—but how does this intentionally outré look translate to real life?

 

 

In hindsight, perhaps a Mets game was not the best place to test out my new wardrobe of extreme denim; and Citi Field, tucked away on a 7 line Flushing Meadows enclave in Queens, possibly not the best locale to reveal my choice of a large denim “caftan” from the label 69. When I put it on, I resembled E.T. with an ominous Father Yod flair—it’s cut like a perfect square and the hood has wrinkly alien features. My boyfriend begged me not to sport what he referred to as a “hooded sack.” But come the bottom of the ninth inning when the air became a bit crisp and the Miami Marlins were slowly creeping behind the Mets, I popped it right on. It was fine while sitting down. But once I stood up, I could see the narrowing of eyes, the smirks, and I could hear the chuckles—mainly from my boyfriend and the two middle-aged men who were sitting next to me. But, much like E.T. and Father Yod, I did not care. In my cocoon of lightweight denim, I transformed into something that is not typically me; I was more outgoing in the shell of sandblasted fabric, cheering and clapping—and I’m not even a Mets fan. Plus, I was warm, far warmer than my boyfriend who was shivering in a thin sweatshirt. Finally, the Mets won—and I very happily wore the look for 45 more minutes and via two subway transfers, all the way back to Manhattan.



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Over the next few days, I tried out a few more extreme denim pieces in different situations. I wore my Mets-christened denim caftan on one rainy morning waiting for my train. Sure, I could hear the collective snickers of a group of teenagers—but what did they know? I was fully dry in this piece of lightwash armor. A few days later, I tried an oversize denim jacket by Eckhaus Latta over a pair of skinny black jeans and a striped Equipment button-down—a surprise winner throughout the office. “You look so chic!”, exclaimed my editor.

As my final experiment, I gave those same winged flares by Eckhaus Latta another try. A rainy morning meant a commute spent holding up my hems like a wedding train, but when I finally got to work, and put on a pair of heeled boots, I was good to go. The proportions were oddly super-flattering: the flares so large that my waist looked minuscule, the generous swathes of denim adding a dash of interesting quasi-formality to a regular light blue jean. Even the pair of black skinny jeans that I took along with me as a security blanket backup sat untouched by my desk. I began to make plans to take my new pants out for a night on the town: After all, extreme denim can make a person do extreme things.

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Trend Alert: Polka Dots Make the Scene at THR’s Power Stylists Celebration


Gwen Stefani and Micaela Erlanger both wore the print to the luncheon at SoHo House on Wednesday afternoon.

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Trend Alert: Bold Lips Make an Impression at THR’s Power Stylists Luncheon


Gwen Stefani, Olivia Munn and Odeya Rush all puckered up with bright lipstick at THR’s 5th annual celebration at Soho House in West Hollywood Wednesday afternoon.

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Pre-Fall 2015 Trend: In Vest

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Not the discreet underpinning of the past, the vest takes center stage for pre-fall as the ideal transitional piece in long and lean silhouettes.

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Pre-Fall 2015 Trend: Biker is the New Black

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Chicer than classic biker gear, pre-fall’s take on black-leather classics ranged from discreet to rock ’n’ roll.

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Spring 2015 Trend: Raw Material

Simone Rocha

Loose knits and frayed edges create a lived-in seductiveness.

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Angry Nerd – “Hunger Games” and the Terrible Trend of Turning a Book into Two Movies

Why turn one book into one movie, when you can turn it into two? Despite “Mockingjay” being the weakest book in “The Hunger Games” series, movie execs have decided to translate it into a two-part film. Angry Nerd explains why the stretch from one to two is a terrible trend that needs to end.
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Accessories Trend: Mad About Hue

Nam Cho’s ruby, emerald, multicolor sapphire, blue zircon, amethyst, tsavorite and diamond 18-karat white gold and black rhodium earrings.

Forget the simple pop of color. Jewelers, especially fine, are going all in, livening up their pieces with a rainbow’s array of stones.

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Spring 2015 Trend: Unfinished Business

Yang Li

Some of spring’s freshest tailored looks featured eye-catching stitching that intentionally revealed the clothing’s craftsmanship.

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Accessories Trend: Tech Style

Clockwise from left: Bose SoundLink’s Color Bluetooth elastomer and plastic speaker; Beats by Dr. Dre’s Beats Studio Wireless Bluetooth headphones;  B&O Play’s polymer shell and aluminum core Bluetooth speaker with leather strap.

Once upon a time, the worlds of tech and style were strangers.

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Spring 2015 Trend: Flat-Out Fun

Stella McCartney

Call it elevated normcore – spring’s practical flatforms don’t sacrifice style for comfort.

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Trend Alert: Brow Extensions

Below is an excerpt from “Trend Alert: Brow Extensions,” which originally appeared on PureWow. Read the full story at purewow.com. If the tweeze-happy ’90s left you with sparse eyebrows—and hey, you’re not the only one—the option to have them temporarily fixed is coming soon to a salon or spa near you. Occhi Lash & Brow […]
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Yes, You Can Wear This Hot Hair Trend! Here’s Everything You Need To Know To Rock Candy-Colored Hair

By Lindsey Coco for GLAM4GOOD

What’s the hottest hair trend right now? It’s candy-colored hair! Sporting this style has a way of transforming any outfit into a fashion statement. It’s a bold, stylish way to showcase your individuality and make everyone do a double take. But, before you break out the bleach, check out this very GLAM4GOOD guide to rocking this cool hair trend the right way!

HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR COLOR

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Pick a color you like and can wear easily. Stick to a “neutral” pastel color such as pink, peach, blue, violet, mint, etc. It will be easier to match your clothes and accessories with a softer color.

Stick to one shade of color. If you want to get creative and dye your hair two different colors, be sure the colors blend well together — such as blue and purple or blue and pink. Don’t go for more than two colors.

Make sure the color complements your skin tone. “Your skin tone is the basis to your hair so you want to make sure they complement one another,” says Dr. Ngozi Etufugh. Does your skin have warm, more yellowish tone or does it have a cool, more pinkish tone? The more contrast between your hair color and skin tone, the more dramatic your look will appear. If you choose a hair color that is similar to your eye color or complements it, the combination will give a more natural look. It all depends on the look you are going for, not everyone wants the natural look.

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Consider different ways to highlight the hair. Think about whether you want to dye your hair one solid color or highlight it. Ombre gives a more natural blended look which starts with a darker color at the root of the hair to a lighter finish at the end using the same color tone.

Make a consultation with a hairdresser. Choosing a hair color can be difficult and terrifying at the same time. If you’re permanently dying your hair, you want to make sure you speak to your hairdresser about the color as well as the safest way to do it.

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HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR COLOR

To get candy-colored hair, you most likely have to bleach your hair. Bleaching your hair eliminates natural oils causing more breakage. Here are Dr. Etufugh’s tips on how to restore your hair’s health after bleaching.


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The colder the better. It is better to wash your hair with cold water.

Use sulfate and paraben-free shampoo.

Use a deep conditioning treatment for your hair. At least twice a week.

Avoid washing your hair everyday. Try to go some time between washes. If your hair gets dirty easily, try dry shampoo — it can be a lifesaver.

Put vinegar in your hair after dying it. Research shows that applying vinegar to freshly dyed hair can help the color hold better.

• Limit the use of heating tools. Such as hair straighteners and curling irons.

• Use hair serums. Hair serums coat your hair and protect it from the heat caused when styling it. It also prevents everyone’s worst nightmare: frizz!

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HOW TO GET CANDY-COLORED HAIR WITHOUT DYING IT

If breaking out the bleach is not your thing, try some of these alternatives to permanently dying your hair

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• Hair Chalking. Hair chalking is a quick, simple and an inexpensive alternative to dying your hair. You can do it yourself at home and it washes out.

Clip-on color hair extensions. These extensions will add that pop of color to your hair without the damage.
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Deborah Lindquist: The New Summer Trend: Pattern Play

By Deborah Lindquist

While last year was the year of the stripe, spring/summer 2014 has introduced a new trend, the year of the print.

As we know, sometimes trends appear, flutter round a bit and die, while others seem to take the world by storm. If you hadn’t already noticed, prints are everywhere. Graphic, retro, artistic, romantic, you name it. They are all here, sometimes worn in combination with each other, and creating a big stir.

With so many options, where to start and what to choose? Your personality, color of your skin and hair, your lifestyle are certainly factors. Pale girls might choose a subtle print that doesn’t overpower their complexion and hair color while girls with a darker skin tone and/or vivid hair colors can rock a print with more pop. Choosing the right print is about balance. The print should enhance your beauty, not distract from it.

Subtle tones
A feminine retro girl with pale skin might choose a floral pattern such as the 1040’s romantic floral on this bustier. The subtle tones compliment her skin tone while offering a pop of color to make the print interesting and fun. Pairing a colorful print with a neutral toned skirt such as this vintage parachute skirt keeps the look unique and on trend without becoming overwhelming.

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Photo by Autumn Stankay, Skysight Photography

Big versus allover prints
If an allover print is just not your thing, a larger artistic image or an applique such as the lilies on this applique cashmere sweater could be a great choice. Prints can found as big as you can imagine or small, mellow and subtle. With that in mind, the sweater with the spaced- out lilies would look great worn with a dress made of a fabric similar to the curtain fabric behind it, just in case you change your mind about the allover idea.

In mixing prints, keep in mind the mix needs to be relatable in some way, (such as similar colors) to keep your look from becoming too busy. Or crazy.

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Graphic prints
The race for space in the 1960s brought us not only the technology for space travel, but a new and inspiring influence in textile design. Graphic prints such as the vintage 1960s print on this bustier were abundant at that time and are today translated into the current graphic pattern trend we’re seeing in fashion. With a print as bold, colorful and vivid as this, the best way to wear it is with something black, maybe easy black trousers. I’m sure we an all have those in our closets!

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Jump in and indulge in a little pattern play this summer–you’ll be glad that you did!

As one of America’s most sought after environmentally conscious designers, Deborah Lindquist creates exquisite apparel out of a mix of “reincarnated” and new Earth-friendly fabrics, such as cashmere, hemp and bamboo. Lindquist’s avant-garde apparel has been showcased in numerous publications including Elle, In Style, Lucky, WWD, Vibe, People, Brides and Maxim. You can also catch her one-of-a-kind pieces during episodes of Lifetime’s How to Look Good Naked and Access Hollywood’s Hollywood Green. She has dressed trendsetters such as Rihanna, Pink, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson, Paris Hilton, Keisha Cole and Jessica Alba. Check out her press page and blog to learn more about Deborah.
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The Social Shopper: Taking on the Track Pant Trend

Comfort and style don’t always go together . . . but isn’t it just so nice when they do? Take track pants—the sleekly chic and totally sport-ready trousers traditionally favored by those heading to and from the gym. With the right additions, they’re anything but just-for-the-gym clothes. Vogue Market Editor…
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