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2010-07-12 15:06:00 UTC
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2010-06-23 16:15:00 UTC
American fashion designers, journalists, and visionaries were honored for their outstanding contributions to the industry at the annual CFDA awards show on Tuesday night.
2010-06-11 10:43:00 UTC
Pre-fall collections offer transition pieces and forecast trends in color, texture, and fit for fall.
2010-06-04 20:47:00 UTC
To many a fashionista, the annual Cannes Film Festival is the most glamorous fashion event of the year.
2010-05-21 19:56:00 UTC
French style is effortless elegance—never too belaboured, too put-together, too thought-out.
2010-05-14 17:52:00 UTC
Our personal style is always influenced by our mothers, from the clothes they wore to the way they walked into a room to their perfume. In honor of Mother’s Day this Sunday, we asked some of Edit’s owners, staff, and fashionable friends to tell us what made their mothers uniquely chic and how their own style was inspired by the woman they grew up with.
2010-05-07 06:15:00 UTC
Photographer and blogger Todd Selby, aka The Selby, is fashion’s darling du jour.
2010-04-30 10:42:00 UTC
The annual Coachella music festival in California has become a trend-spotting haven.
2010-04-23 11:00:00 UTC
At the American Museum of Natural History Spring Safari Dance sponsored by Lilly Pulitzer, Serena Merriman and Lauren Goodman spurned the pastel and floral dress code for more subversive cocktail attire. Recreate their looks by shopping the Edit store now!
2010-04-23 10:00:00 UTC
Last night I trekked to the Upper West Side for the annual American Museum of Natural History dance, which was sponsored by Lilly Pulitzer. I normally associate the famed American designer with Palm Beach garden parties and bridal shower luncheons on the Upper East Side, so it was a pleasant surprise to see her signature pastel frocks dressed up with diamonds and satin at a black tie gala.
2010-04-16 19:21:00 UTC
There is something very American and timelessly chic about denim, which defined the look of a generation of cool kids in the late ‘80s and early '90s (Beverly Hills 90210, Kurt Cobain, the Coreys, Cyndi Lauper). Although blue jeans have been a staple of the American wardrobe for the last thirty years, it has been almost twenty since they have enjoyed the sort of popularity they are having now both on the runway and on the street. In 2010, denim is back and chicer than ever.
2010-04-09 15:03:00 UTC
One of our favorite Edit girls, Frances Tulk-Hart, recently debuted her first solo photography show, ‘Shy Sunday’ at the Soho Grand Hotel, and we love her photographs. Frances, a British ex-pat who made a name for herself in fashion as a stylist, has been quietly making the transition into full-fledged photog, racking up editorial shoots for Vogue and advertising campaigns for Marc by Marc Jacobs.
2010-03-30 15:46:00 UTC
American popular culture has been sending a message of female empowerment that grows stronger by the year. Ever since women received the vote, the tables have been turning—or so we are led to believe. While it’s clear that women have more concrete opportunities than ever, the question is whether the subtler more insidious forces of sexism still hold strong in workplace politics.
2010-03-25 20:10:00 UTC
When traveling, one of the best ways to soak up the culture of a city and a people is to visit the local flea market. Anything you discover there inevitably comes with its own story, its own history, its own identity—making those finds particularly special. Whether you are a born haggler or not, finding things that are interesting to you and have belonged to another place and time is an exhilarating experience. Here, some of our favorite markets around the world.
2010-03-13 16:30:00 UTC
Paris Fashion Week may be almost over, but lunching in the City of Light is always chic if you know where the fashionable people go.
2010-03-10 23:05:00 UTC
The feeling is art-tastic in New York City right now—the Armory show is currently on the West Side Highway, Tino Sehgal’s interactive exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum has everyone talking, the 22nd annual Art Show is on at the Park Avenue Armory and the Whitney Biennial just opened at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
2010-03-05 21:13:00 UTC
Street style has always been influential in the history of fashion. Designers, editors and stylists take cues from how everyday people wear trends, mix trends and initiate their own. Since the advent of the Internet and the growing phenomena of individuals sharing their everyday lives on the net, street style blogs have become a huge part of the fashion community, influencing every element from advertising campaigns to design.
2010-03-02 09:00:00 UTC
In cold and rainy New York City, spring is already on the racks and summer is on the brain. While day dreaming about warm weather, sandy beaches and swim wear, we thought of iconic photographer Slim Aarons, who captured the American upper classes, often poolside, in the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s in resort towns like Newport and Palm Beach.
2010-02-26 09:00:00 UTC
Theater, just like everything else has traditionally been a man’s game – around the world male directors, actors and producers outnumber women onstage and off. Things however, seem to be changing: we are slowly gaining ground, and this season on Broadway, the girls are taking risks—in the face of the toughest critics in the world—and stealing the show.
2010-02-18 09:00:00 UTC
After spending the winter hibernating in sartorial darkness, we welcome the soft return to color on display in the spring palettes of many designers. While we might not be ready for the bold colors and graphic shapes that scream summer fun, spring’s billowy pastels breathe new life into our wardrobes and awaken our playful spirits. Tween blogging sensation Tavi Gevinson recently inspired us to celebrate spring in a new way.
2010-02-10 10:00:00 UTC
New York Fashion Week is around the corner and gazelles with impossibly skinny everythings are swarming the city. They’re everywhere: Dean and Deluca in Soho where we get our coffee every morning; on the 6 train uptown during the lazy hours of the afternoon; in line at Starbucks for a double tall espresso; running to castings in Soho with books and Diet Cokes in hand. We call it giraffe season—Fashion Week often feels as though city has been overrun with wild animals.