Just pop-y enough to get stuck in your head, and just experimental enough to keep you on your toes throughout the whole album, NY-based electro-pop trio Lolawolf
releases their debut LP, Calm Down.
Jordan Monaghan goes from crazy to stunner in 60 seconds—one of the many reasons we love her. From her crazy onset antics to the serious face she gives when she gets in front of a camera, we’re so obsessed with the bicoastal cutie.
Blogger Joo Kim
isn’t afraid of a little embellishment flair. The voice behind Love Joo Kim
pairs a beaded mini and sweatshirt with the ultra-luxe pony hair TEATIME
In her latest track, Kali Uchis
boasts, “I brush it off and try to act all nonchalant; I notice everything, I just act like I don’t.”
If that doesn’t perfectly sum up dating in the age of omnipresent social media, I don’t know what does.
Jacey Duprie, of Damsel in Dior
, achieves fall layering perfection! The blogger piles on a preppy schoolboy blazer, button up, and camel scarf to perfectly compliment the leopard EROSIONL
Our beauty girl Danielle Cirilli shows us how to keep your ponytail out of the basics zone.
“Can’t Do Without You” is the first track off of Canadian electroni-pop artist Caribou’s latest album, Our Love. The pop synth track draws you in
We’re loving how Do The Hotpants
blogger Dana Suchow
styles fall’s essential transitional bootie, with a sleek, yet casual bodycon dress.
We don’t know what’s dreamier: Pharrell’s
flawless falsetto or the anime dreamscape of his latest music video
A lot of leather, a little midriff, and a sexy slide heel make for a perfect, elevated transitional fall look.
It’s that critical time of year when we all must decide on what our fall look will be; allow us to make your decision a little easier.
When the likes of Kylie Jenner, Mike Will, and Drake start to take notice of young cool talent, we’d all better listen up.
The Fall 2014 runways were abundant with reinvented retro looks that gave a serious nod to mod. The trick to embracing the throwback trend is modernizing the look- keep it casual, not costume.
It was love at first sight (and sound) when we met Charly and Margaux
, the eclectic musicians who make up Chargaux
. They gave us exclusive access to their soon-to-be-released album, Broke & Baroque
, which chronicles the art of the hustle for the violin/viola duo.
Kennedy come from a long line of muses/fashion-focused sisters, but the two west-coast natives are making names of their own in NYC.
Two heads are better than one; and when those 2 heads are beautiful, identical twins, what could be better? One look at either Sara
Brown’s Instagram accounts will prove to you that these girls have an eye for style, composition, and color.
Another year, another Fashion Week come and gone. This week, New Yorkers felt the real first chill of autumn air, but that didn’t deter us from celebrating the hotly anticipated styles of Spring/Summer 2015.
Remember those band kids who you mocked in high school? Well they grew up to be a hell of a lot cooler than you. Take, for example, Brooklyn-based artists Charly and Margaux, also known as Chargaux
To usher in the holy seven day stretch that is #NYFW, we threw a party in honor of our latest shoe collaboration with blogger Peace Love Shea. Guests