• Chloé Confirms Exit of Clare Waight Keller

    The British designer will show her last collection during the fall-winter ready-to-wear shows next month.

  • This High-Fashion Collaboration Will Transport You to the French Seaside

    Your anxiety about your summer look is over because today’s collaboration of the week could provide the building blocks for your ultimate summer wardrobe for years to come. Everyone’s favorite label Chloé has teamed up with Net-A-Porter again to give us a 14-piece collection consisting of summer-ready loose smock dresses, peasant blouses, lace-up espadrilles, and their must-have Drew and Hudson bags in a new bandana print. Heavenly! Sarah Rutson, VP of Global Buying for NAP explains to us why the need for another Chloé X NAP capsule collection.

  • 26 Luxe Buys to Update Your Spring Wardrobe

    With temperatures rising here in N.Y.C., we’re going to go out on a limb and declare that spring has arrived (hooray!). And of course, there’s nothing fashion people love more than celebrating spring with a whole new wish list chock-full of spring buys.  Ahead, Yahoo Style editors share the pieces they’re dreaming of adding to their wardrobes this spring. Sure, we may not nab them all…especially not when Zara or Topshop will be rolling out similar, wallet-friendly versions soon.

  • 5 Bags That Make You Look Dated — And 5 to Carry Instead

    Fashion is cyclical — wear a trend before it achieves mass appeal, and you’ll look cool and fashion-forward. To help you know the difference, we asked Polyvore to deep-dive into its search data, and tell us which dress styles spiked in 2015 — and which ones are fading faster than a summer tan in September.

  • 5 Stellar Outfits for Every Kind of Winter Date

    Contrary to what you may believe, winter is actually the best time to start dating. The weather is frigid and dreary, so why not cozy up with someone special during the cold winter months? Into the outdoors? Lounge in high après-ski style after a quick glide through the snow.

  • 25 Shoes For Every Personality Type

    Shoes are vital part of dressing up, but not everyone has the same taste (obviously). While one might lean toward more minimal looks, someone else might opt for a more laid-back, bohemian look. It’s all good! Fashion is all about personal preference and there is no wrong look or style as there is something for everyone.

  • 5 Luxury It-Bags That Are Actually Worth the Investment

    A high-end designer bag is a bucket-list item for most women. But when considering a major purchase — A.K.A., the kind with a comma in the price tag — it makes sense to weigh your options carefully. That means thinking not only about the styles you love, but also looking for a bag so classic and well-made, it’ll hold its value even after years of use. To find out which bags are the most coveted on the resale market, we went to luxury consignment shop The RealReal, which recently published its 2015 Luxury Resale Report.

  • How to Modernize a Victorian Blouse

    Fortunately there are plenty to choose from thanks to designers such as Altuzarra, Gucci, and Alexander McQueen. “I think it’s best if you team it with denim or leather,” says stylist Emily Barnes who savvily dressed model Cameron Russell in a black lace Altuzarra top and Baldwin denim pencil skirt for the recent CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards.

  • 17 Alternatives to the Elusive Duck Boot

    L.L. Bean is increasing its production and intends to make half a million duck boots this season, and if you’re not lucky enough to get your hands (and feet!) on a pair, you’ll have to wait until next year. The American heritage brand refuses to alter how the boots are made (hand stitched in Maine) in order to accommodate the surge in orders, but don’t fret.

  • Hot New Mormon Fashion Line Offers “Modesty Without Layering”

    “One of our most popular combos, for missionaries and non-missionaries alike! Our Stripe Houston Top and Red Atlanta Skirt,” She Traveled shared on Facebook of the above outfit.  In fashion, there’s something for just about everyone. She Traveled was started by three women — Stacie Proctor, Deborah Kingdon, and Mabel Alarcon — to offer modest and chic options for those practicing their religion in the field (at 19, women have the opportunity to travel abroad in pursuit of converts) and at home.

  • Don’t Be Scared of Cate Blanchett’s Retrofantastic Sunnies

    Cate Blanchett appeared not once, but twice this week in these retrofantastic frames from Gucci. The sunnies seemed to convey a different look for the actress who is known for being a bit of a style chameleon. The overall vibe was equal parts boss lady and ‘70s-era don. Feeling inspired?

  • Forget Macarons — 9 New Ways Fashion People #Humblebrag on Instagram

    This week, Instagram celebrated its 5th birthday. In that short time, it’s given us so much — not least of all countless hours of inspiration-slash-distraction (inspirtraction?) and a worrying tendency to see the world in squares. It’s also, of course, our favorite format for #humblebragging.

  • Who is the Chloé Girl? A Ruffled, Sexy, Romantic English Rose

    For lux bohemians, Chloé is Mecca. The label — which since its inception has counted Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney, and Phoebe Philo amongst its designers— has been under the helm of Clare Waight Keller, a wispy British mother of two, since 2011. At her Spring 2016 show held Thursday morning during Paris Fashion Week, Keller proved once again that Chloé girls are all about casual femininity via looks ranging from track suits to rave pants to tent dresses. Kate Moss pals the late Corrine Day and Rosemary Ferguson (her BFF/nutritionist).

  • Model Dree Hemingway on Her Famous Family, 70s Style & Her New Chloe Ads

    Dree Hemingway is the newest face of the Chloé fragrance campaign, shot by Inez and Vinoodh. In May the French luxury brand announced that Dree Hemingway, great grand daughter of Ernest Hemingway, would be the new face of the fragrance campaign. Hemingway follows in the footsteps of Clémence Poésy, Chloë Sevigny, Anja Rubik, and Suvi Koponen. The new ads, shot by fashion photography duo Inez and Vinoodh, feature a stripped down Hemingway, who after lighting up the Chloé catwalk last year, became an obvious choice to front the campaign.  We caught up with the model/actress during New York Fashion week to talk about her beauty secrets, what makes her feel confident, and what her sister has taught her about beauty.  Alexandra Perron: You’ve walked the Chloe runway before, and now you are the face of the fragrance.

  • #LifeIWant: Chloé's Ruffled Peasant Gown

    I’ve been spending too much time in the Mediterranean and clocking all the fabulous peasant blouses and printed hippie dresses in Ibiza. Fortunately, this fall the bohemian vibe is as strong as ever with Chloé’s most recent collection leading the pack. Nothing is more luxe hippie than this ruffled print peasant gown. With its deep V neckline with tassel ties, intricate floral embroidery, and flowy shape, this dress will never go out of style. Wear it with your gladiator sandals by day, and a fitted velvet blazer and sky high heels for evening. ...

  • 13 Velvet Shoes To Keep Your Feet Right On Trend This Fall

    With September just a few weeks away, you’ve probably already started planning your upcoming fall looks — even if your planning is more “mental list” than “mood board.” One thing that better be on the list is one of fall’s biggest shoe trends: velvet. Known for its plush softness and air of nobility, velvet made plenty of fall collections, from Dries Van Noten to Givenchy. Here are 11 shopable options that’ll have your feet feeling fuzzy.