Sophia Webster

LFW: Freak Like Me

Go ahead, bring on the freaks. All of ‘em. For Fall 2015, self-proclaimed freaky-deaky Brit shoe designer, Sophia Webster celebrated the inner odd-ball that…

Jimmy Choo-Cinderella

If The Shoe Fits…

I always thought that the story of Cinderella was one of finding the ultimate shoe that fit, rather than a tale of finding your…

Marc by Marc Jacobs

NYFW: Rebel Rebel

If you’re the kind of gal that loves to inject a bit of good old fashioned bad-assery into your day-to-day, then look no further…

Proenza Schouler

Do Ya Feel Me?

The fall 2015 Proenza Schouler collection just begs to be felt. A carefully conceived combination of beautiful, sophisticated fabrics and textures dominated the form-fitting…

Lulu Frost

Good Luck

Discovering the spring 2015 jewelry collection from Lulu Frost is a little like unearthing a mysterious treasure chest ripe with centuries-old talismans. Symbols used for…

Maison Margiela

Fine & Dandy

Almost as slick as a sock, the new low boot is neither sexy nor masculine, neither a bootie (or bootay) nor a chelsea, and…

Herman Munster

NYFW • Monster Mash

When was the last time you saw a collection filled with Herman Munster shoes and ball bearing beading set in goth-inspired bat wing motifs?…

Phillip Lim

NYFW • Here Comes The Fuzz

The fur stole. An accessory that evokes both old Hollywood glamour and a hippy-drippy, bohemian babe with an expensive fashion habit, made quite the…

Thom Brownie

NYFW • A Whale of a Bag

Call me a nut, but at least I’m not alone in this one. Thom Browne’s conceptual Fall 2015 collection, clearly conceived for a stage…