Dress for Coachella (With or Without a Ticket)

Drake. Florence + The Machine. alt-J. This year? You need an ensemble as killer as the Coachella lineup. Below, we’ve pulled together the essentials for your weekend in the sun (whether you’ll be stage side or jamming in your hometown).

Health Beat: What’s Happening in the Get-Fit World

Unlike that VHS your mom still works out to, this is what’s new and now on the fitness scene. 1. Apple Watch to Replace Your Fitness Tracker Apple seemingly dominates every tech-related arena. So maybe it’s no surprise that, with the recent release of the Apple Watch, your fitness tracker might just find its way into the junk […]

Are Hipsters Fading? eBay Data Thinks So

According to Esquire, eBay’s sales numbers suggest hipsterdom is on its way out. Razor sales are up 56% (hipster scruff, be gone). Clear-framed glasses are also seeing a new-found sales increase, in lieu of those thick black rims. And the messenger bag? It’s been replaced by the 90s-inspired leather backpack. Image via Esquire The hipster phenomenon Topman even rocked faded boot-cut […]

Seen On & Off the Runways: Men's White Sneakers

The white sneaker has graduated from grade school. According to the New York Times, these classic kicks were a recurring trend at this month’s men’s fashion weeks, all the way from the models’ feet down to the front-row audience. Image via the New York Times But unlike grade school? These are white leather, not canvas. And […]

We Couldn’t Have Said It Better…

– The Telegraph Fashion Apparently, the days of the shoulder strap are over. Icons like Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham are opting for a more involved approach – and giving new meaning to a love for fashion. By Anna Kuchinsky, Staff Writer What great quotes did we miss? Share them in the comments below, or tweet […]

Year in Review: Our Nine Favorite Trends of 2012

  You know what they say – out with the old, in with the new – but what if the “old” is simply indispensable? Case in point: 2012’s top trends. This year saw a slew of irresistible looks, nine of which we fully intend on sporting straight on into 2013 (and – who are we kidding? […]

Rue Cheat Sheet: Have-to-Have Handbag Trends

  The hottest handbag trends? This season, there are a bunch – which obviously leaves one with no choice to buy lots of new bags. Using our Handbag Hit List: Picks in Every Shape & Size Boutique as a guide, let’s take a moment to break a few of the must-have characteristics down (and then […]

Now Trending: New Looks on the Party Circuit

  I love a good LBD just as much as the next girl, but sometimes it’s necessary to shake things up – especially during the holiday season, when there are nightly events to attend. To spruce up your party dress rotation, check out these straight-from-your-favorite-glossy options. Leather insets A little leather is always a good […]

Paris Spring 2013 Fashion Week

Spring 2013 fashion season wrapped up with the Paris shows earlier this month. From larger-than-life bags at Chanel to Raf Simons’s Dior debut, here’s a look at what went down the runway – and what you’ll be dying to wear once the weather warms up.

Rue How-To: Accent with Oxblood

  As predicted by Peter Som, Rodarte, and YSL (and many others) on the Fall 2012 runways, this dark chocolate-dipped cherry hue has won its way into our hearts and wardrobes. While it works well in full skirt suit form, as sported recently by a certain British Princess, I prefer to let this mystery-meets-chic shade add […]

What We’re Seeing Now: Leopard Prints at New York Fashion Week

As the epitome of the urban jungle, it makes sense that Manhattan is crawling with feline-printed fashion. While the rules of too-much-leopard are long gone, we’re loving the look when worn as a pop-of-print accessory.

What We’re Seeing Now: Polka Dots at New York Fashion Week

We love a modern take on a retro staple, and the crowd at Lincoln Center had us seeing spots. The classic look keeps it cool with graphic blacks and whites in sophisticated silhouettes.

NYFW Front-Row Trend: Fluro Satchels

If three’s a trend (as they say in fashion), I guess five or six is a phenomenon. Such is the case with this structured bookbag from The Cambridge Satchel Company, a UK-based bag maker whose retro-inspired cross-body has become all the rage among fashion insiders. While the company makes its most popular style in a […]

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For nearly a decade, I’ve worked in e-commerce telling style stories. The ones that stand out most? They go deeper than just trends. Think the history behind a Turkish rug or the craft that goes into a pair of Italian boots. That said – you won’t find me taking my own personal style too seriously. If it surprises and delights me, I’ll wear it.

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With more than 20 years in the fashion industry, I’ve worked on everything from mass-market brands to high-end advertising agencies. My kind of men’s style is all about refined simplicity – easy, accessible, and not overthought. Right now, I’m super excited about the all-American look and the iconic labels and personalities that bring it to life.

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I’ve been a fashion editor for fifteen years, freelancing for publications including WWD, Teen Vogue, W, Marie Claire, Glamour, and Lucky. My love for the business extends into styling, too. I especially love vintage shopping and going to flea markets. Fun fact: I once ran a vintage booth on the weekends just for fun.

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