It was an honor to interview creator of New York Fashion Week and industry innovator, Fern Mallis about her fascinating book Fashion Lives at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT).
Mix ’60s glamour and modern streetwear and you have 5:31 Jérôme A/W 2016. Designer, Jérôme LaMaar was inspired by mystics and musicians.
Give classic menswear an edgy, feminine twist and you have Marissa Webb’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection. The collection includes trousers in neutral colors to flowy dresses with a refreshing pop of color.
One of my favorite escapes along California’s spectacular coastline is Carmel-by-the-Sea. The town’s storybook ambiance includes fairytale cottages, old cypress trees, breathtaking ocean views, and lots of pampered pooches.
Being on island time, drinking piña coladas and mai tais, and laying out on warm golden sands at picturesque beaches…I’ve still got Maui on my mind. There is so much to do, so I’ve included my favorite beaches, day trips, and restaurants to experience ‘when in Maui’!
Today’s fashion trends come and go, but luxurious fur accessories never go out of style. Carolyn Rowan explores her vision of fur as something meant to be worn everyday, and anywhere.
If you covet designs that exude femininity, elegance and sophistication, look no further than Cristina Ottaviano. Cristina Ottaviano is an evening, bridal, and ready-to-wear designer based in New York City.
As a correspondent for WFIT, it was an honor to interview former Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) graduate and the Founder of Essie Cosmetics, Essie Weingarten at the Baker School of Business and Technology Dean’s Forum.
Ellen Hunter, designer and creator of Ellen Hunter NYC has an eclectic collection of combs, headbands, unique flexible wreaths, and jewelry. Each design is one-of-a-kind and has attracted famous fans including Carrie Underwood, Karlie Kloss, and even the queen herself, Beyoncé.