For fashion history geeks like me, the Museum of the City of New York has an online exhibit featuring works by haute couture masters, Charles Frederick Worth and Mainbocher.
T Magazine’s spread, Salad Days brings “wearing your food” to life with the latest food inspired looks from designers.
Before Bill Cunningham became the New York Times style photographer, he had a short-lived career as a milliner and designed hats in the ’50s under the nom de plume, William J. 23 hats were recently bought all by the same person and are to be donated to a museum.
The caviar nails trend is the latest thing but can you DIY? She Finds tests that and shows you that sometimes it’s best to have the real thing.
Paul Graves made these whimsical images for “World of Hermes” featuring Hermes bags as animals.
When Kate Middleton wears something, quite often it creates a clamor for the item in question, which Issa of London and Reiss know all too well. Links of London found out that having Kate wear their earrings may not have been such a blessing, though.