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Fashion Week Street Style

Street Report: Elvira at Chanel

Not only does Elvira have an awesome moniker, but her style is amazing as well. Elvira is rocking this futuristic look like nobody’s business! The lines of these pieces are severe and sharp, and her accessories add even more ultra-modern flair. I love unexpected design details, and Elvira’s snake-print shorts are perhaps the most unique set I’ve seen all season.



Shop similar styles:
Skorts | Metallic Handbags | Leather Tops

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Topshop Jacquard Skort | B Brian Atwood Clutch | 1.STATE Faux Leather Top

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Street Report: Lainy Outside Tracy Reese

Lainy’s look is the epitome of the modern cosmopolitan girl. As a stylist and blogger, she has a great eye and loves to experiment.

Her bold printed pants grabbed my attention first, but it’s the textural details of her outfit that really stand out. Her draped coat and bejeweled handbag are now on my must-have list!

xo, Crystal

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All-White TrendEverything Print | Color-Blocked Handbags

Shop our Editors’ Picks to recreate this look:

Tildon Sandal | Kelly Wearstler Silk Pants | Vince Camuto Satchel


Step It Up: Spooky Chic Halloween Edition

Why should the fright-night fun stop with your clothes? Check out our footwear picks for stealing the spooky spotlight—no costume necessary. Skulls and spikes and stilettos, oh my!

Spiderweb-inspired: Sam Edelman ‘Tillie’ Sandal | B Brian Atwood ‘Castella’ Flat

Skulls as embellishment: Jeffrey Campbell Skull Boot | Alexander McQueen Open-Toe Skull Pump

Fright-now spikes: Jeffrey Campbell Suede Platform Boot | Jeffrey Campbell ‘Spike’ Lace-Up Bootie

Blood-red pumps: Steve Madden ‘Spikley’ Pump | Alice + Olivia ‘Danielle’ Pump

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Street Report: Sabrina Outside Rebecca Minkoff

One of the things I love most about the September NYFW heat wave is the sartorial commitment to portraying fall trends. Sabrina is rocking autumnal burgundy tones, leather and dyed snakeskin pumps, alluding to the cooler temperatures around the corner.

Being from Holland, she says she is enjoying the heat. If only I could master this warm-weather chic!

xo, Crystal

Shop similar styles:

Shades of Burgundy Skirts | Snake-Print Pumps | Button-Downs in Autumn Shades

Shop our Editor’s Picks to recreate this look:

NYDJ Pull On Skirt
B Brian Atwood Pump
Equipment Silk Top

B Brian Atwood ‘Fontanne’

Observe what happens when snake print and leopard print go to Technicolor battle on this wild platform pump. There’s just no taming such ferocious beauty.


Just a Dash of Diva Glam

Work one or two well-chosen accents into your everyday wardrobe to induce the perfect amount of confidence and attitude. Here are our favorite ways of taking ‘diva’ from four-letter word to five-star fabulous.

1 – Diva sweet. Try a touch of bling that’s delicate and pretty, but capable of adding ample shine to your neckline. [Pictured: Elizabeth and James ‘Thorn’ Necklace]

2 – Mind your manis. The mani/pedi is essential to achieving diva status. This spring’s bright colors aren’t just for clothes, shoes and accessories—here are two polish shades we strongly recommend. [Pictured: butter LONDON ‘3 Free’ Nail Lacquer in Artful Dodger and Branwen’s Feather]

3 – Watch your whites. This stark neutral is getting ready for a white-hot accessories explosion this summer. We suggest something big and bold, because you simply don’t have time for just any watch. [Pictured: Michael Kors ‘Drake’ Silicone Bracelet Watch]

4 – Life on the wedge. Give your workwear serious flair or pair wedges with shorts for mile-long legs—commanding colors and patterns are a knockout standout. [Pictured: BP. ‘Felicity’ Wedge Sandal]

5 – Princess phone. Update your status and call for takeout—all while looking retro-fantastic. Need we say more? [Pictured: Native Union ‘Pop Phone’ Handset, Rebecca Minkoff iPhone 4 & 4S Case]

6 – Glam rock. High heel plus high shine equal what a shoe collaboration between Pat Benatar and Cinderella would look like—something totally magical that screams, “Hit me with your best shot!” [Pictured: B Brian Atwood ‘Fineday’ High Heel]