If you ignore the heat waves paired with your disgustingly high air conditioning bill – summertime in NYC is almost magical. Among picnics in Central Park, farmers market shopping at Union Square and all the benefits of drinking outside – you’ve got yourself a damn fine time. And what better way to celebrate our arguably most fun season than with personal style?
During a midsummer’s fortnight, it’s easy to get caught up in the history and tradition of Wimbledon. Thankfully it’s merely a warm-up for the Stateside’s answer to world-class tennis in no other than New York’s necessary evil (a.k.a. Queens) – the U.S. Open.
Whether you’re celebrating Independence Day with a barbecue on the lawn, a seaside jaunt or sprawling out on an urban rooftop, your outfit should be a reflection of your personal style paired with the setting. We’ve included a few looks below to get you off on the right foot.
Espadrilles and wedges can complement almost any outfit and take it from day to night with color. Check out these sizzling summer sandals in Fashion!
Ginghams, tartans, and exquisite weaves give us the Royal Warrant to pop that collar. Whether it’s a picnic in the park on a breezy summers’ day or the first day of boarding school, the Oxford Shirt has transcended seasons and gender roles for generations. Tailored yet ladylike and flattering on all figures from svelte to <... >
The server has returned once again to find our menus unopened and drinks barely touched, as an assortment of small plastic bags is strewed about the table. Each one containing a favored item; rings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants, in an array of precious metals gilded in shimmering shades of enamel. They are pieces from the Sheila <... >
The stage at Isaac Mizrahi’s bridal presentation at Kleinfeld (where the collection will be sold exclusively), was stunningly clean and white, with large black and cream roses adorning the backdrop. The collection, in suit, was a study of white, black and rose-pink: many of the gowns – some crystal-covered, some not – featured a shock <... >
Every year, spring in New York seems like such a treat considering the winter we just had. This year, winter barely showed its icy face and spring managed to start early, creating an exciting and optimistic energy all throughout the city. People start to emerge from their tiny apartments and enjoy Spring-y things like outdoor <... >