Browsing through designs from various Fashion Week events inspires me and provides a boost to my creativity.
I recently discovered House of Eleven, a new fashion line that I really love.
When it comes to my own wardrobe, I don’t think of it as being divided into day or night wear.
If, like me, you’re interested in fashion, you must check out Polyvore.
Written by Stacey Bewkes, Quintessence focuses on “those special discoveries that make life just that much better.”
It probably comes as no surprise that fashion and interior design are closely linked. A passion for one usually includes a strong interest in the other and we can see overlapping trends in color and texture.
By 1925, the style of the Roaring 20′s was in full effect, with dresses that allowed freedom of movement and short hair to fit under stylish cloche hats.
Heather Clawson’s blog Habitually Chic is a visual treasure trove of glamor, style, and design.