March 31, 2008


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Lorick: Gossip-Worthy Fashion

It's no secret that the CW's Gossip Girl is one of the most fashionable shows on TV.

In fact, it's one of those shows that frequently inspires me to shout "I love her dress! Where did she get that?", much to the annoyance of any friends or family trying to watch the show. However, it seems my wishes for Blair-worthy fashion have come true in the form of Lorick, a new line by FIT-trained Abigail Lorick.

Here's how it works:

Every piece that you see on the show that is obstensibly designed by Eleanor Waldorf (such as those fabulous low-back dresses Blair and Serena wore in the model-y episode), is actually one of Lorick's pieces. Feminine yet adventurous, Lorick's clothes are worth splurging on!

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March 30, 2008

Fashion at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards?

This may come as a shock, but fashion did make a cameo at the ceremony, in the form of Miss America Ferrera's gorgeous dress. The color and shape flatter her and the dress is adorable.

March 21, 2008

Designer to Watch: Wren

After much searching, I have found my favorite new designer. Recently named one of's Editor's Picks for Fall 2008's Top Ten New Designers, Wren is designed by Melissa Coker, a veteren of such diverse employers as Helmut Lang, Abercrombie and Fitch, and Vogue.

Every one of Wren's pieces, though wearable, is distinctive and well-cut. The general vibe of the line is reminiscent of a shoot for Nylon, though more simple and grown up.

March 14, 2008

Spring 2008 Wish List - Spring's Best Items

3.1 Phillip Lim Fringe Sandal
I love the way these sandals are in tune with spring's "explorer" trend and yet aren't too overtly high fashion (ie. one could wear them to a fabulous party or camping). The fringe detail is a fun seasonal update on winter's fringed boots.

3.1 Phillip Lim Happiness Boyfriend Tee

This shirt looks like one of those fun 80's finds someone would buy at a thrift store in a movie (you know, those mythical thrift stores where you don't need to rummage through the stained, plus size sweat suits to find the good stuff). I love the slightly too-long sleeves and the fun graphics - cute!

Marc by Marc Jacobs Cashmere Colorblock Dress

This dress is so fun! It's girly and trendy, but still wearable. I love the pairing of the turqouise blue with the navy - an odd combination and yet the white blocks in between break it up and make the combination stunning. Plus, it's cashmere and thus super-comfy.

Marc Jacobs Collection Peep Toe with Misplaced Heel

These are controversial, yes, but I would wear them! By keeping the color scheme simple, Jacobs allows the heel to be the focal point. These are definitely shoes for getting noticed, but with a simple shift dress, they would look excellent.

Topshop T Bar Shoe

Topshop is the love of my life. Not living in England, I have to make due with Topshop binges every time I'm in London (which is unfortunately every few years). These shoes call to mind Restoration era plays and witty banter. The tassel detail updates the t bar and keeps it fresh.