Style & Fashion Articles
Did you miss any part of this season's STYLELOUNGE? Don't fret. We have a full recap of the shows, parties, and celebrities for you
This L.A.-based clothing line brings sexy back to the Big Apple
Fredriksson's collection is a peek into next season. Looks like skinny and mini will be back for sure
Russian designer, Alexander Terekhov, has crossed oceans to bring his collection of feminine, elegant dresses
For spring 2007, Gwen Stefani wowed fashion critics with her line, L.A.M.B. The lines sophisticated edginess certainly L.A.M.B.-orized the fashion world!
Take a magic carpet ride through Atil Kutoglu's Turkish collection fit for royalty
Bryan Bradley continues to do what he does best, delivering an ultra-feminine collection for ladies who just want to look pretty
Translating his passion for metals and fabrics, the designer was inspired by themes of metamorphosis and immortality for his new collection
Andrew Buckler talks about the inspiration for his Spring 2007 show, which provided plenty of classic and edgy menswear pieces disguised in an entertaining theatrical performance.
Sit back and get comfy for the casual wear line, Scanty's, newest concoctions of adorable prints and bold colors
Feel yourself being whisked into a different culture with Miller's intricate Mayan theme
At the Spring 2007 Gottex show, I couldn't help but wonder, how much can you do with a little piece of spandex? As it turns out, a lot
Pull out your little black fashion notebooks there is a new designer on the block
Hanii Yoon and Gene Kang unveil their beautiful new "motion equals emotion" collection for spring
See why this Midwestern designer is in no rush to leave behind her roots for the frenetic pace of New York. And who can blame her when there is so much inspiration right outside her window?
Influenced by Sixties supermodels Jean Shrimpton, Twiggy, and Verushka, Loris Diran converges the orgasmic ecstasy of the 1966 film, Blow Up, with his love for glam rock.
Mia Bossi handbags are the sophisticated new line where function meets fabulous. It can double as a purse, a computer-case and a carrier for all the other necessities of a modern woman
Kelly Nishimoto is the new designer to watch, the fall collection to look for, and a smart investment that provides much more than just a wardrobe.
Embraced by applause and a standing ovation, Vera Wang took her walk down the runway, in what was the most poignant moment of New York Fashion Week.
Cha, Cha, Cha: Amir Slama's new range of swimwear will have you reaching for your sunglasses with one hand and the suntan lotion with the other