Style Icon: A Tribute to Sonia Rykiel

Fashion lost an irreplaceable icon last week. The unanimously recognized “queen of knitwear,” Parisian pioneer Sonia Rykiel redefined women’s clothing.


The Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute presents the collaboration between man and technology in today’s haute-couture and avant-garde fashion in its Spring 2016 exhibition “Manus x Machina: Fashion in the Age of Technology”.

Spotlight On: Concentrations and their Clothes

A large part of fashion is also incorporating ideas and looks from those seen around you. This article plays on the stereotypes of majors and their students to elicit a few laughs and additions to your ever-growing wish list.

Alternatives to Prep

If you’re going to go preppy, you might as well add your own flavor to the standard items.

Art as Fashion

How is fashion influenced by the works of art that change us? How is art influenced by fashion? Or are they one and the same?

Spotlight On: Lawnparties for Men

With Lawnparties nearing, the annual challenge arises: how do you manage to find an outfit that is the right balance of ridiculous preppy, and true to your own style roots?


From armadillo heels to the flat sneaker, fashion embraces athletic clothes like we’ve never seen before.

Spotlight On: The Thirst for New Accessories

When we think of accessories, there seems to be a series of answers to which everyone gravitates. A clutch, small bag, maybe a travel pack or luggage tags, your awesome phone case. But what about your water bottle?

Met Gala 2015

The countdown on your laptop has finally hit zero, and you’re like a child on a present-laden holiday of your religious choice. More than that, you are ecstatic, exuberant, and a ready for thrills. You are ready for every possible consumable photo of the Met Gala – the single biggest night in fashion of the year