Their signature jean line will now run up to a waist size 35, and their site features both plus-size and “in-between” models, with the latter representing the millions women who don’t fit into sample or plus-size categories.
Is there anything more comforting, more satisfying, than a warm cookie and some milk? Fresh-out-the-oven cookies are at the top of our…
This bright, breezy minicollection couldn't be more reminiscent of a summer day in Mexico if it came with a mango paleta. The poncho is overdue for a comeback.
Daryl K. There are few designers that resonate in hearts of fashion girls like Daryl Kerrigan. A native of Ireland, she moved to New York City at the age of 22, first serving as a wardrobe consultant on films like Mystery Train and My Cousin Vinny. Word soon spread of her Hip Hugger Bootleg Jean and soon fashion editors (Camilla Nickerson) and rocker chicks (Kim Gordon) were showing up in spades. After 25 years in the business, Daryl Kerrigan has had her series of ups and downs (investments gone awry, losing and then regaining the rights to her own name), but her pure aesthetic has never wavered. With caught up Kerrigan this week timed to her new capsule collection for Madewell, which features some of her greatest hits (read: the Flared Jean is a must).
We’ve gotten a good dose of spring on the East Coast, but it’s not going to last much longer. Best to prepare for the winter chill by picking up a stylish scarf. Here are 36 options for every conceivable outfit. Whether you want to swath yourself in cashmere or experiment with playful prints, there is something here for everyone.
It used to be considered kind of dorky to label your clothing. But thanks to fashion’s recent infatuation with all things personalized, the coolest way to make a statement this winter is to make sure everyone knows your name. Though monogramming is nothing new — the practice dates all the way back to ancient Greek and Roman times — this recent batch of name-emblazoned items feels fresh thanks to unstuffy fonts and oversized lettering. And, with more and more downtown labels offering the service on pieces as varied as swimsuits and shoes, the detail is no longer reserved for the Lilly Pulitzer and Brooks Brothers set.
When I think of pinstripes, three things come to mind: 1920s gangsters, boxy ‘80s power suits, and overall executive realness. But recently, the pinstripe has gotten a facelift. See Kendall Jenner, who was just seen out in Paris with pal Cara Delevingne, sporting a midriff-baring pinstripe jumpsuit by Alessandra Rich—the same style Chrissy Teigen was seen wearing in August. They were seen throughout the fall collections, too, as reinterpreted by mega designers like Versace and Jenner/Kardashian family favorite, Balmain.
How to Distress Your Own Jeans & Save $1,195 Scrolling though jeans on Net-A-Porter makes one thing clear: The more destroyed they are, the more they cost. Take these skinnies fromMadewell , for example. With slightly worn out knees, they’ll set you back $135. This pair, fromCurrent/Elliott , is even grungier, and costs $270.
What do you get when you combine two great American and British brands? An international sensation of course! Madewell, the sister company to J. Crew, has teamed up with The Cambridge Satchel Company to launch two exclusive bag styles in their traditional 11” satchel, which will come in both pine and russet. Starting this fall, Madewell will begin shipping across the pond to the U.K. Better get yours now before every back to school shopper gets their hands on them first.