This year is all about reliving the '90s, and Steve Madden's most throwback item of them all is coming (back) for your closet.
Welcome to the jungle... of the 1980s. Colorful animal print was stalking the runways at New York Fashion Week, so it's only a matter of time before the throwback style makes its way to your closet. Adam Selman, R13, Rag & Bone, and especially Tom Ford all played with bright and bold animal print booties, dresses, hoisery, and more. Think: Lisa Frank… but fashion. Are you bold enough to walk on the technicolor wild side? Check out these nine items and find out.
Tennis shoes are no longer just meant for the gym. Sneakers are the latest and greatest trend to come to street wear, combining comfortability in a fashion-forward look.
Spring often leaves us feeling like we're in fashion limbo. It's not quite warm enough to bust out your favorite strappy sandals, but it's also not cold enough to keep out chunky winter boots. We've rounded up 10 boots that are the perfect intermediaries to wear all spring long.
Whatever, we know the '90s are long gone, but these fashion trends are here to stay. From crop tops to chunky platforms, we can't say "as if" to these 20th century style staples.
Super small '90s sunglasses are back in a big way, throwing us way back to the early Britney era and Keanu Reeves in The Matrix. Itty bitty bits of eyewear made a statement on runways, from Jetson-inspired cat eyes at Louis Vuitton to tiny futuristic spectacles at Balenciaga, while It-girl sisters Gigi and Bella, along with Kendall and Selena, were spotted peeking over micro frames, truly marking the return of this skinny shade. In the spirit of nostalgia, we've rounded up a list of the best '90s sunnies on the market.
Just like you need shoes for different occasions, you need a variety of purses for any situation. Sometimes you need a lightweight handbag, and other times you need one big enough to fit the whole kitchen sink. Here are 10 types of purses every woman should have in her closet.
Paris Fashion Week bedazzled scars to remind the world that our perceived "flaws" aren't something to hide.
A marijuana brand out of California has introduced weed-laden flower crowns for this year's festival season, and it's brilliant.