Parisian bridal designer Rime Arodaky recently introduced a Ready to Wear Rehearsal collection with her signature “rock’n’roll yet sophisticated” style millennials will love. The Arodaky rehearsal collection retails between $55 and $860 and offers a variety of options for the modern bride—opposite of the traditional route of a flowing bridal gown.
The 2017 Nacre Voyage swim line takes women through a classy and sexy journey this summer with Italian fabrics sourced from European mills that supply high-end designers like YSL and Tom Ford. With seven swim silhouettes and 12 ready-to-wear options, women have a variety of custom silk, linen, and velvet skin fabrics to choose from. Influenced by Palm Beach circa 1960, Nacre Voyage brings sexiness and sophistication through its custom-colored pastels and prints this season.
If there’s one person that can rock anything, it’s Lucy Hale. The Pretty Little Liars star wowed fans when she returned in season 6 with short hair – and it looks like she isn’t growing it back for now. One thing that I love about Hale is that she’s so fashionably dynamic. From long to short hair, gown to bomber jacket, bold to natural, Hale can pull it off.
Rag Poets, a sister line of Z SUPPLY, launched its spring/summer 2017 collection that will make choosing outfits this season as easy as using your fingerprint to unlock your smartphone. This is the season where you look forward to dressing it up with vibrant spring/summer colors and feel free in anything you wear. But what about the days where you just want to lounge around and be comfortable, yet stay fashionable doing it? Well, thanks to designer Annie Luong and her team, Rag Poets brings a timeless and casual collection filled with basics fit for all ages that will transcend through every season (yes, that does mean fall/winter as well).
Aside from the amazing music, festivities, and people at Coachella, we can’t help but get excited about the fashion side of it all. At Coachella, people around the world have the ability to freely express themselves through fashion and be comfortable in what they wear. And the best part is, everyone is looking and feeling great. The vibrant colors, unique accessories, abstract and floral patterns of Coachella fashionistas create the love and happiness in the atmosphere.
Spring is finally here and you know what that means: new season, new shoes! We can finally feel free by wearing flats and wedges any day. We can also stop worrying about wearing heels and slipping in the snow from the car to the venue. This spring, I noticed lots of pastel colors like periwinkle (my favorite) and nudes at Express and Forever 21. After window shopping for hours at the mall last Sunday, I’ve come up with 5 shoes you need this spring!
Every year, students highly anticipate the one week of freedom that the spring season brings. That freedom brings fresh air and warmth into their hectic lives. It brings them hope that the semester is halfway through and is close to being over, reminding them that they are making progress. For some of them, it might be the last time they’ll ever have this kind of freedom, so they want to make the most of it.
March 17 isn’t just a day where the Irish honor St. Patrick, the foremost patron of Ireland, it’s also a day where other cultures show appreciation for the Irish holiday by wearing green. Green symbolizes money, shamrocks, and leprechauns in the Irish folklore. Whether you’re wearing green to honor St. Patrick, or to simply show appreciation for the Irish culture, here are fashion pieces to look glamorous while you’re out celebrating!
Last night’s 59th Grammy award show opened with Adele performing “Hello,” sending off a warm welcome to the audience and viewers at home. Following Adele’s performance, Grammy’s host of the night, James Corden, held the audiences’ attention with a dramatic tumble down the stairs, losing a shoe in the process. Immediately, we knew we were in for a crazy night.
Valentine’s Day (also known as Single Awareness Day): a day dedicated to showing a significant other how much they are loved and appreciated, and a day to remind everyone who’s single that they are alone and to annoy them all day with romantic movies and commercials about expensive gifts. As most of us have learned in elementary school, Valentine’s Day is intended to show appreciation for anyone dear to our hearts, whether it’s a relative, a friend or yourself. If you’re spending the remaining days left until Valentine’s Day wondering what you’re going to do to avoid all the gushy couples around you or in movies on TV, here’s a list of ideas on how to turn Valentine’s Day into Your Day.
“I have so much to wear!” said no woman ever. If you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day this year, choosing the perfect outfit can be a long process. A majority of the time, we’re staring into the closet saying to ourselves, “I have nothing to wear.” Whether you’re going on a date with your beau of many years or celebrating your first Valentine’s Day together, dressing to impress is still essential.
Saying goodbye to President Obama is hard for some of us because it also means saying goodbye to Michelle Obama as the nation’s First Lady. Michelle Obama was not only admired for her intelligence, grace, and her strong ability to connect with people worldwide, but for her fashion sense as well. While performing her duties selflessly for the past eight years, she became one of America’s fashion icons–and still is. As we transition into having a new president and first lady, let’s take a moment to appreciate Michelle Obama’s most fabulous fashion moments as the First Lady.