Glam Damn It
Vintage Thrift Shop
286 3rd Avenue
(between 22nd and 23rd Street)
New York, NY 10010
The Vintage Thrift Shop has been known to be the home for all treasures used and gently worn. Their skillfully exaggerated window displays continue to impress and their kind and helpful staff are there six days a week (closed on Saturdays) to ensure you have an ideal day of vintage shopping. You can find a wide array of thrifty garments and purses, to home furnishings and vintage hats and boots - this list is simply endless.
Boutique on 57 is opening its doors starting tomorrow Tuesday the 15th, through Thursday the 17th, for one of the largest designer fashion sample sales of the season.
Designers include Chloe, Lacroix, Pucci, D&G, Blahnik and Cavalli among countless, infamous others. This year’s sale includes everything from ready-to-wear styles to shoes and jewelry.
If getting bargains on top designers is your bread and butter, than this sale takes the cake.
Located at 12 West 57th street. Call them at (212) 247-2229 or check out their site here for more information.
In an attempt to heighten sales from the work-wear market, yet please the eye with delightfully whimsical spring styles, top designers are reeling in the female market with a delightful fusion of the two. Fun, happy floral pieces float down the runway next to spring-inspired tailored dresses and suits perfect for office settings. Since the market for work wear is usually the top-grossing, fashion designers are trying their hardest to appeal to a recession-fearing, work minded crowd for spring.
At his Sunday morning show, Derek Lam took himself on vacation. Usually a designer known for muted tones, Derek expanded his repertoire with springtime shades of rose, gold, turquoise and red. And for leisure times, little gathered floral frocks created sexy, figure-hugging silhouettes.
With fashion on the forefront of everyone’s mind this week, excitement has been buzzing on all aspects. BCBG already selling two runway looks, Fashion's Night Out tonight, and the exciting news of Alexander McQueen broadcasting his Spring 2010 runway show in Paris on his website, www.alexandermcqueen.com. His post on Twitter last night said, “wanted to let you know that my next show on Oct 6th is going to be streamed on my website for you all to see – Lee McQueen.”
Fashion is fast, and you need to be on top. Shortly after—maybe twenty minutes—BCBG had two of their runway looks available on their website for sale. Start your spring wardrobe now! In stock and ready to go, the two available dresses do come in limited quantities, so you need to act fast! Celebs like Amanda Bynes and Solange Knowles were front and center to see the colorfully geometric patterns and shapes of BCBG’s nearly 70 dresses. Beading adorned the garments, while clutches with tassles and strappy heels complemented the form-fitting garments.
As many of you savvy New Yorkers know, Fashion's Night Out is tonight. With its brigade of free goodies, cocktails and the chance to run into an infamous fashion persona; it’s sure to be a hectic and busy night for stores across the city.
New York Magazine gives us the lowdown on the twenty best places to score some major deals, and where to spend the entirety of your next paycheck. We have narrowed that list down to the top ten must-try-to-get-to-them-all-tonight places:
Reality hits the runway for Fashion Week. Those women you love to hate, or hate to love on the oh-so-popular, over-dramatized reality shows, will be showcasing their lines under the tents at Bryant Park. Move over Gucci and Prada—fashion has a new wave of divas. And I do mean divas.
The show I am most anticipating is Whitney Port’s from The City. Her line, Whitney Eve, will make its debut this afternoon. Her inspiration: “Funderland.” E! Online reports she described it as “Alice in Wonderland goes to a really chic cocktail party.” Port is not the only one of her reality co-stars to start a fashion line, (Lauren Conrad and Heidi Montag also have them), but she will be the first to show at Bryant Park.