Thursday, November 7, 2013

Fall Fashion

fall fashion 2013

Leather, prints, and bold outerwear layer this fall and winter seasons. And considering Dallas only has roughly two months of cold weather to enjoy your jackets and sweaters, do it big. Play with different colors of leopard and classic houndstooth. Classic brown and black will always be in style, so have a little bit of fun and choose a pink or red version instead. Also, cropped jackets are the way to go, until the freeze sets in, and long pea coats are the best option. Load up on tons of different tights, as they are amazing to pair with solid color dresses and some boots. When in doubt, think classic cuts and patterns. Wear what makes you happy and remember to trust your own instincts…unless you ever thought fanny packs were a yes, then you should trust someone else’s.

Spring 2014 Trend: The Suit Gets Cute

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

200 Years Of Women's Firsts

200 Years Of Women's Firsts

With the launch of our 200th MAKER, basketball champion Lisa Leslie, MAKERS is celebrating! While we do our best to tell as many women's stories as we possibly can, there are so many incredible moments that happened before there was even a video camera to record them.
As we celebrate 200 MAKERS, we also shine a spotlight on 200 years of women's firsts. We've created a photo gallery of groundbreaking women ahead of their time who did something nobody ever thought they'd be able to strictly because of their gender.
From the first female police officer to the first female to run for president, take a look at the last 200 years of women's firsts.
And here is an interactive timeline of the 200 years of women's firsts in PDF form to share!

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Spring/Summer Fashion Week 2013

Paris Fashion Week: Spring/Summer 2013


Thursday, December 13, 2012

Spring 2013 Trends

Asia Society

Miuccia Prada kicked off the season's Far East trend with origami-detailed duchesse satin numbers.
New takes on the traditional kimono also turned up at Emilio Pucci and Dries Van Noten.
Dries Van Noten
Haider Ackermann

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The Art of Contrast

Seen at Marc Jacobs, Narciso Rodriguez, Jil Sander, and Céline, back-to-basics black and white
 looked right after seasons of brights, prints, and over-the-top embellishment.
Marc Jacobs
Jil Sander
Alexander Wang

Veiled Looks

Roberto Cavalli, Reed Krakoff, and Haider Ackermann, among others, adopted new transparency
measures, using featherweight, sheer materials like silk chiffon, organza, and mousseline.
Roberto Cavalli
Haider Ackermann
Reed Krakoff

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Collage Degree

Any which way you splice it, Spring's message was multilayered, courtesy of patchworks of exotic
 skins at Proenza Schouler, and mash-ups of patterns and textures at Rodarte, Derek Lam, and Thakoon.
Proenza Schouler

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Every Flounce Counts

Designers reclaimed the ruffle this season: Deep frills edged necklines at Gucci and Givenchy,
while the thigh-high slits of skirts at Balenciaga were flounced flamenco-style.

Alpha Females

From the boardroom to Le Bain, the power suit is Spring's power player. Olivier Rousteing went the
 bold-shouldered route at Balmain, and Victoria Beckham upped the sex appeal of her tuxedo with
a skimpy bra top.
Christian Dior
Stella McCartney
Pedro Lourenço
Mary Katrantzou
Saint Laurent
Calvin Klein Collection
Jonathan Saunders
Theyskens' Theory
Victoria Beckham
Costume National
Cédric Charlier
Neil Barrett