NYC shoppers, you're in for a sweet deal. Head down to SoHo for the third annual "Shop The Night Away" this Thursday, Sept. 20th from 5-9pm presented by OO.com. Event go-ers are not only treating themselves but also will be shopping for a good cause. A portion of event sales will be donated to charity in support of classrooms and students.
So, what are the perks? While supporting a good cause, shoppers will save up to 30% off the seasons newest styles. Choose your purchases wisely as there are 25 participating retailers including Michael Kors, Coach, Theory, Kate Spade, DVF, Scoop NYC, Solstice, AllSaints, Helmut Lang, MaxStudio, Links of London, LeSportsac, AG Adriano Goldschmied and many more!
I love Tory Burch ballerina flats as much as the next person. However, with so many ballerina-style flats on the market, they've got a girl wanting something different --some variety! I guess we can call it "ballet burn-out." As much as we love shoes, we can only have so many pairs/colors of the same style. Frankly, we're bored.
On a mission for originality, we went looking for the most stylish, unique flats we could find. It's not as easy as you would think! Stores are so flooded with ballerina styles, I don't think they realize there are other kinds of flats out there. We're glad the oxford trend is here, as designers are picking up on it and giving us more flat options (woo-hoo!). So move over (for now) stilettos and ballerinas, there are new styles in town!
The military trend has hit the streets hard. Everywhere I look in the city, lace-up, military-inspired boots are appearing on the feet of even the most girliest of girls.
These boots are being paired with literally everything and anything that comes out of a closet. Leggings, skinnies, and floral dresses are just a few companions of these masculine must-haves.
Try them out for yourself, skip your usual pumps and give your favorite dress a casual edge - or for a subtle look, pair them with skinnies and your favorite fall sweater.
Local artists, photographers, designers and musicians swarmed the Lily Pad in Cambridge last Sunday night to celebrate the launch of a new Boston-based online collaborative arts magazine called Spirited. Boston dandy Mitch Hampton entertained on piano while guests sipped Bols Genever punch and Pretty Things beer, and visiting musicians Faux Fix from New Haven were in attendance to play some new material. There was much fabulous fashion to be had and I narrowed in on three guests I thought had amazing style.
Nathan Johnson, composer and producer
After only two weeks of being open, the numbers are in--and AllSaints made over $1million in sales in its first week! The store opened on 512 Broadway between Broome and Spring streets and it has attracted a heavy SoHo, downtown crowd as well as fashion insiders who are excited to see another cool British brand hitting the block.
AllSaints, 512 Broadway (between Broome and Spring streets); 646-862-1832.