NYFW Part III

Sitting pretty at Marc Jacobs via Vogue

Last thoughts on New York Fashion Week


Another New York Fashion Week has come and gone, but there's still plenty to talk about. Marc Jacobs delivered a stunning finale that put the focus back on the clothes, Thom Browne showcased his talent for inventive suiting, and overall, NYFW felt more diverse (both in terms of skin color and body type) than ever before. 

NYFW Part II

Altuzarra Fall 2017 via Vogue

More thoughts on the New York collections


New York Fashion Week continues, and there have been plenty of fabulous collections. I've already talked about some of my early favorites, and today, I'm gonna talk about some more of my fave runway shows.

Happy Valentine's Day!

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Wishing you all a happy hearts day!

Whether you're in a lovely relationship and have date night planned tonight or just a single girl (like me) who loves hearts and pink, hope your day is wonderful and filled with the people in your life who matter most!

NYFW Part I

Jason Wu Fall 2017 via Vogue

It's time for everyone's favorite week!


New York Fashion Week is off and running, with dozens of fresh Fall 2017 collections already unveiled. From up-and-coming designers to some of the biggest names in American fashion, there have been some stunning collections, so let's talk about the highlights so far!

The Style Evolution of "Girls"

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A look back on the TV show's best fashion moments


When HBO's series Girls started, I was a senior in high school ready to move to a big city and begin my college career. There was something fascinating about Hannah Horvath & Co. navigating the murky waters of early adulthood, and watching the main characters as they tried (and oftentimes fail) to find jobs, boyfriends, and themselves was comforting in a weird way. As a high schooler, I felt reassured that it was okay if I didn't have it all together by the time I was out of college, but of course, I would have it all together, or at least that's what I assumed.