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Celebrating 100 years of style

By | Sep 23, 2011

London Fashion Week ended yesterday and to celebrate the fabulous fashions shown there, I found the cutest video on celebrating 100 years of style in just 100 seconds! 100 years of what to wear in 100 seconds – Enjoy!    

NYFW is over, but London Fashion Week is here!

By | Sep 21, 2011

Yes, NYFW is over, but that doesn’t mean that the fun has to end….London Fashion Week is here! Here’s another winning look from the week: I’m loving the strong, bright colors – it seems like the Brits’ collections are shaping up to be edgier and sleeker than ours. Also, let’s discuss not to sound like…

A Decade of Style at Harper’s Bazaar

By | Sep 18, 2011

It’s been ten years since British-born Glenda Bailey took the helm of Harper’s Bazaar magazine, a role that has belonged to some of the most iconic fashionistas of our time, including the irrepressible Diana Vreeland. Now, however, Bailey’s work is being celebrated as well at the International Center of Photography in NYC with an exhibit called…

Goodbye, NYFW!

By | Sep 16, 2011

All good things must come to an end, and today I’m saying goodbye to NYFW. I have to admit that many of the collections towards the end were my favorites and that has nothing to do with the fact that Marc Jacobs moved his show to 8:30 pm on Thursday night. Or the fact that…


By | Sep 14, 2011

Two days left of New York Fashion Week, and the fashion’s as quirky as ever. Case in point: Marc by Marc Jacobs! Remember what I said earlier about the trends for spring? Textures, excellent construction, prints, bright colors, QUIRKINESS?!? They were all in their full-fledged glory at the Marc by Marc Jacobs show – especially…

New York Fashion Week

By | Sep 11, 2011

It’s now day three of New York Fashion Week and the runways are full of fresh, flirty and slightly quirky collections. I’m loving the bright colors like pink and orange that have been making appearances, as well as the unexpected appearances of pristine white. Textures, prints, and abstracts remain a constant – meaning that you…

Fashion’s Night Out

By | Sep 8, 2011

Tonight, I’ll be sitting in my dorm room doing homework, having a shopping extravaganza online (or at least making a virtual wishlist). Why? Because tonight is NYC’s third annual Fashion’s Night Out! All over the city, people will be shopping without curfew to celebrate the fun of fashion – that’s right: SHOPPING. ALL NIGHT LONG.…

School is back in session…let the procrastination begin!

By | Sep 7, 2011

You might be wondering why there’s a picture of Alexa Chung under a title that reads “procrastination.”  You might also be wondering why this is being posted in the wee hours of the morning who Alexa Chung is. Besides being a model/television personality/Alex Turner’s main squeeze and all around very cool kid AND my fashion…

Killer women take stage in ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’

By | Mar 2, 2011

Elderly women don’t usually fit the bill for deranged murderers. However, characters Abby and Martha Brewster, two old spinsters, successfully kill a succession of lonely old men in the play “Arsenic and Old Lace,” written by Joseph Kesselring in 1939.

Fashion show rocks runway

By | Mar 1, 2011

Thirty minutes before the first HiFashion Studios fashion show, “Strangers Into the Night” began, the lobby in front of Emerson Suites was swamped with nearly 400 eager students ready to view collections from designers and students alike. Despite being a Monday night, the line to enter Emerson Suites extended to the Phillips Hall staircases, made…

Club fashions designer show

By | Feb 23, 2011

Ithaca College students will soon trade in their street clothes for spectacularly tailored attire to assume the roles of runway models, wearing outfits that run the gamut from prêt-a-porter labels like Guess, Calvin Klein and Brooks Brothers on loan from local vendors to student-designed couture clothes collections.

Funny love affair hones weak plot

By | Feb 2, 2011

While many wonder whether it’s possible to be friends with the opposite gender without sex getting in the way, “No Strings Attached” charters the tale of two friends who decide to have both a platonic and physical relationship, changing the original question to whether two friends can have sex without love getting in the way.