It’s been a big year for Gwyneth Paltrow. From coining the term “conscious uncoupling” to opening a new pop-up shop in Dallas, the mother of two has a résumé filled with titles like “actress,” “singer,” and “lifestyle guru.” The Highland Park Village Goop store opened on Monday, but it wasn’t until Thursday night that Dallas’ style stars […]Full Story
Fashion designers and celebrities all over the world are obsessed with Dallas women. (A fixation we whole-heartedly understand, of course.) Recently it was Diane von Furstenberg, and now we have another celebrity designer to add to the list: international fashion designer Zac Posen. The 34-year-old designer was recently named the creative director for Brooks Brothers’ women’s wear. And that’s not all that’s keeping him busy. He continues to design his eponymous clothing and jewelry lines and has appeared as a judge on Project Runway.Full Story
Local jewelry designer Molly Sharp lives a rock-and-roll lifestyle. From her long-tressed musician husband and polished-yet-bohemian home in East Dallas to her effortless free-spirited sense of style—everything has a so-cool-you’ll-be-jealous vibe about it. And her new jewelry shop, The Silver Soul, is no different. Shoppers will find the 1966 Safari Airstream Trailer filled with rings inspired by […]Full Story
It’s 5:45 on a Tuesday and the CUSP department at Neiman Marcus NorthPark is brimming with women dressed in brightly printed wrap dresses. No, this isn’t a society event for which your invite got lost in the mail, it’s a personal appearance by design royalty Diane von Furstenberg. Between her new television show and memoir and the 40th anniversary of the […]Full Story
Girl crush alert. I recently sat down with Cammy Hebert and Cologne Schmidt, the designers behind playful bohemian line, Show Me Your Mumu. The two are college classmates (Berkley, specifically), business partners, part-time models (spot them posing in their own lookbooks), and still, somehow, besties. (They even complete each others’ sentences.) While they were in Dallas, as the featured designers during the Fashion Industry Gallery’s market, I got to chat with the two peas in a pod and walk through the racks of fall samples–where I promptly fell head-over-heels in love a purple-flecked velvet burnout kimono. Show Me Your Mumu has a music festival vibe–especially when topped with flower headbands–but break down the looks, and you have perfect everyday wear: brunch maxis, vacay staples, breathable separates for surviving upcoming summer months, pretty fall prints, and cozy rompers. Shop the line locally at Hemline, L. Bartlett, and The Gypsy Wagon. Read our Q&A with the design duo.Full Story
Eddie Borgo was making cool jewels for photo shoots before he launched his designs for his masses. Editorially-inspired, he makes collections with rock-and-roll edge: slightly dangerous, totally glamorous (hello, gold five-finger ring draped in a strand of pavé crystals). Additionally, Eddie Borgo’s line is on the affordable side (so I actually knock these rose gold spike earrings off my wish list). Meet the main man and shop his designs tomorrow at Neiman Marcus Downtown from 10 am to 3 pm. In the meantime, get to know him with our quick Q&A. (We too love a minimal wardrobe and vintage Levi’s.)Full Story
It was a lazy Sunday afternoon my junior year of college when my friends and I had “the talk.” The one where we all likened each other to Sex and the City characters. Turns out, I’m a Charlotte-Samantha mix—very rare, I know.
I texted those friends last week to share some big news: I’d be meeting the one and only Sarah Jessica Parker on Sunday. They all swooned. “What are you going to ask her?” they all wondered. Obviously, there were many questions I wanted to ask, but I was there to learn more about the SJP Collection, Sarah Jessica’s Nordstrom-exclusive line of shoes, handbags, and one special trench coat. After spending no less than three hours trying on prospective outfits, I decided on a Rachel Comey dress from Nicole Kwon, and was ready to meet the style icon.Full Story
The Kira Plastinina Lublu custom dress by sported by Disney star Debby Ryan to Elton John’s Oscar party.
The Kickstarter campaign of Austin-based designer Stephanie Beard of Esby. Love that ikat maxi dress. 44 hours left to back her.
Snoop Dogg’s French manicure. Yes. Snoop Dogg has a French manicure.
This DIY rose body scrub on Oh So Pretty. A jar for me, a few jars for upcoming birthday girls.
Who What Wear’s sandal roundup. So ready for spring.
Designer Nikki Duong Koenig’s handmade Cykochik bags are now offered stamped with PETA’s signature rabbit. The line of vegan bags has been down the runways of the Pin Show, captured on StyleSheet, and blogged about by many.Full Story
The Pin Show: A runway show with an edge, The Pin Show serves as a launching platform for new and independent designers in the fashion industry. Emerging photographers, artists, stylists and retail buyers are welcomed to view more than 120 looks, and meet the designers. In case you weren’t able to catch New York Fashion Week, attend […]Full Story