Thank you, athleisure (or fash-leisure, as we like to say), for making functional pieces stylish. Take, for example, this matches-everything carryall from Think Roylan.
It’s officially here: back to school. Anxious to look their best, teens are heading back into the halls with an enhanced wardrobe and a slew of fresh accessories. A soon-to-be-favorite, Phoebe James is a new line of accessories and interchangeable charms—more than 100 statement pieces in total—ranging from bold lips …
Early fall means airy layers, and we love nothing more than a luxurious silk scarf.
According to Gucci, the ’80s are back and we can’t think of a better way to get on board than with a pair of slouch boots. Other than, perhaps, full-on crystal-encrusted slouch boots.
Besides its signature cruelty free plastic constructions, Melissa is best known for its designer collabs.
Even though the first official day of fall is a few short days away, we want to keep summer vibes going year round with the new It motif: watermelons.
Call it a conductor, biker, fisherman or paperboy hat: This trend ruled the sidewalk at NYFW.
If Fashion Week has you itching for a shopping spree, you better stock up on your plastic. While you’re at it, why not wear it?
Ever since snakes slithered across Gucci’s collections, we’ve been obsessed with the motif. This deep jade Lucite bangle features twin serpents, bedecked with crystal accents for an elegant, slightly Gothic affect.
Mignonne Gavigan’s Mini Jackie earrings incorporate the tassel and pom pom trends in the chicest way we’ve seen yet.
If the Spring runways are any indication, belt bags are going to be huge (well, little) in 2018. Up-and-coming designer Mariam Al-sibai is introducing a Mother of Pearl and Teak Wood belt bag for her debut collection of accessories and apparel that is sure to turn heads.
For the past decade, Danielle Nicole has made a name crafting handbags in faux leathers, innovative fabrics and synthetic materials. Today, the label launches three styles crafted in—wait for it—100% genuine leather.
What’s Fashion Week without a good statement earring? After a summer of fringe, hoops and dangling balls, these geometric posts feel really refreshing.
New York Fashion Week is in full swing and for many a fashionista, that has meant one thing: no carbs! If you’re the sort who hasn’t so much as looked at a piece of pasta since pre-summer, here’s a way to get your fix…guilt-free.
Nineties trends continue to dominate—from platform slides to chokers and now, slapbands. This rendition takes the teen throwback up a few notches in the form of a super fuzzy fur cuff dubbed the Spankie. Rock one for a pop of wrist candy or have an all-out arm party by stacking …
The ubiquitous white sneaker became a fashion staple with the rise of the Stan Smith and Superstar last year. Since, countless iterations have hit the shelf, but KOIO’s Capri Bianco Canvas is perhaps the first that’s actually meant to be drawn on. While there’s always the option to leave them crisp …
Are you ready for fashion week? This Lenox triple-wrap bracelet by Alexandra Clancy certainly is, gaining style points with exotic Ayers snake fabrication.
What happens when a jeweler and a handbag designer get together? A worldly chic collection, of course. Enter Sandy Leong x Okapi: a Resort ’17 capsule of handbag charms designed to pair with a selection of ethically sourced ostrich handbags. The Horn Links bag charm is crafted from cow horn—sourced in …
September may be sneaking up, but we want to keep summer going all year long with nautical touches, like the delicate single pearl on Washed Ashore’s Sunrise Choker. Channel your inner mermaid with hand wire-wrapped pearls, gold-filled chain and a lobster clasp. Measuring at 12 or 14 inches, the Sunrise …
A new jewelry brand inspired by big city art, culture and architecture, Magama’s pieces are infused with the spirit of New York, Miami and the urban locales of Latin America. We can’t get enough of statement earrings, and the District pendants do not disappoint with architectural geometry and tile-inspired pattern. …