Designer Spotlight: Orly Genger by Jaclyn Mayer


We were recently lucky enough to check out Grey Area, a new gallery/boutique in Soho, where we came across some really amazing artists and designers. We were particularly roped in by the genius of Orly Genger. In case you’ve never heard of Orly, she is known for her larger than life sculptures made out of rope. She shows regularly in New York at the Larissa Goldston Gallery.... Read More

Dannijo….. Shoes?


Who said you can’t wear your jewels on your toes? Judy Garland may have started the twinkle-toe trend way-back-when, and this past season it exploded in all forms…. but nothing compares to the Dannijo shoe that will “kick” off the jewelry brand’s first attempt at footwear. The neon punk shoe is the first of a five-piece collection with Matt Bernson... Read More

Manning Cartell


If you were ever to go into business with your siblings, you might consider taking pointers from the Manning sisters. The Australian trio of Manning Cartell have blown us away with their twist on cutting-edge femininity for the sophisticated hipster. With color, texture, and an urban minimalism that keeps us wanting more, the Manning sisters have made us hungry for season after... Read More

Veda Debuts Full Line At NYFW


One of our favorite presentations this Fashion Week was VEDA. Besides just wanting to own one of everything, we were particularly drooling over all the leather pieces. This was the label’s very first New York Fashion Week presentation as well as its official launch into ready-to-wear.   Having started out as mostly a leather collection, VEDA decided it was high time... Read More

Corey Lynn Calter’s Technicolor Fall


If you’ve been following us at all then you will have noticed that we’ve long been fans of fashion designer Corey Lynn Calter. She always has an answer for the fashion needs of the eclectic, vintage-junkie, girly girl. The NYC native works and lives in LA, but for this New York Fashion Week she took her Fall line cross-country to showcase her collection at Pier 59. Corey,... Read More

Designer Profile: Motel


Having just jumped on a plane back from the Bay Islands with a killer tan and a taste for Mai Tai’s, we can’t help but wish we could get into these asap. Motel, you do us fashion favors everyday with your affordable chic looks. If you aren’t familiar, take a gander! MotelRocks  Read More

Wildfox Resort: Get Chilled


We are packing for a sick beach vacation and thought back to Wildfox’s resort campaign. There is nothing more inspiring when you have to pack for a sun-filled lazy vaca, than the genius simplicity that is this luxurious lounge brand. With the quippy sayings and the fashion forward details, Wildfox has proven they are an “IT Girl” staple for life. Here’s... Read More

Designer Spotlight: Kimberly Ovitz


This time of year we are dying to be on a beach lounging in cling-free garments as we sun our pale bodies, and Kimberly Ovitz has the perfect collection for such occasions. Ovitz’s spring line is a harem of modern asymmetric cuts complete with minimalistic detailing, cutouts, and saturated reds. We can’t wait to be able to wear all of it. Kimberly began her contemporary... Read More

3.1 Phillip Lim Initials Spring 2012


So many of us on the East Coast woke up this dreary morning feeling like dressing was a chore, hoping that we could just sleep until tomorrow. Thanks to Phillip Lim’s Initials line, we can now wear our sleepwear to work. Layer-up and you just might be able to convince yourself that you are still lounging in bed… that is until you get a brisk windburn! Still, this spring’s... Read More

Designer Spotlight: Jennifer Behr


We were trying to figure out a way to start getting into the idea of holiday dressing because, truth be told, we may die at the sight of another bad sequin dress. Then we stumbled upon Jennifer Behr’s designs and thought: “Why not put the flair in the hair?” Jennifer Behr introduced her eponymous collection of distinctive hair accessories in 2005. Since then, her collections... Read More