womenswear

"Pants can be seen as the material manifestation of women’s desires to have different lives during times when they were greatly oppressed."
One of the biggest essentials within a woman's wardrobe, the leggings have surpassed activewear and are often worn for more
During the iconic cover girl era of the Naomi's, Tyra's and Cindy's, supermodels seemed untouchable. Only a select few with the right bone structure and symmetrical smile could ever have the chance to see themselves reflected in mainstream outlets. I never thought I'd be in their place one day.
The patch has roots in the Military; and it is an accessory that is making a comeback this season.
There is usually one key personality, an artist that strikes that extra chord of creativity, brilliance and beauty for me at an event.
COS is definitely coming in hot into the U.S and now we know why. Behind those beautifully structured garments with premier fabrics, there is a team and leading this team is a visionary. I can firmly say that under Karin's watch COS is breaking the glass ceiling of women's ready-to-wear.
More than a concept store, it's a movement. Kai and the ST team are creating a space where people can engage with the work of emerging designers while connecting over coffee with others who share their same appreciation for unique beauty.
What used to be in the realm of early adopters, or metrosexuals, has become so normalized and hit mainstream. Wearing a well fitting suit, tapered jeans, a pocket square and taking the time to comb your hair no longer warrants a double take.
As the first outfit from Ivory Coast's Dent de Man came out, I felt goosebumps, wowed by its beauty and style. Wax fabrics have always been a part of my life, as long as I can remember I wore them wrapped around my waist in the summer, at the beach, or had jackets made on a 125th Street in Harlem by the Senegalese tailors there.
Color blocking is the combination of strong colors in a garment or an outfit. The trend has seen somewhat of a revival since
You know those seasons in life that you look back on and think, "Whew, those were some amazing times!"? Well, that's how we're going to look back on what's happening right now.
Years ago, best advice I could give was to shop in traditional women's wear, menswear, and boys' departments and hope for the best. The problem with this was that none of the clothing offered in these departments appealed to our readers' tastes or fit their bodies.
The look and the feel of menswear brands encompass a cool ease traditionally not felt in womenswear. However, as a woman, who enjoys promoting her femininity, I also need a brand that fits my curves and my personality. So where do they meet, that intersection between ease, authenticity and feminine energy?
Truth is, for the first time in my professional career, I am not looking for what's next. The next job and professional move turned out to be owning my own business and understanding that the road is long, hard but incredibly rewarding.
With high-profile clients in town, I was granted access to sit in the front row at some of the biggest shows of the season and attend the best parties in New York City, every fashionable guy's dream.
Elie has clarified the fact that fashion is an art form, and when it comes to womenswear, he explores the hinterland of sartorial elegance, melding together myriad themes and inspirations, from nature to fine art.
As another commercially successful fashion week comes to a halt in the British capital, it is useful to look back on the collections that are expected to make an impact on trends for Spring/Summer 2013.
Wicker Park Fest is Wicker Park and Bucktown district's biggest annual event featuring local and national musical acts. This all takes place in the heart of Chicago's trendiest neighborhood, so my street style radar was on high alert.