So, Target has gotten a lot of attention recently for the highly-anticipated (and quickly sold out) Jason Wu collection. However, you don’t hear much about Target’s truly awesome Clearance Section. Everything you see in the picture above is currently available in Target.com’s clearance section. And, you know what’s even better? All of those things I hand-picked for you guys are under $20.
And be sure to check your local Target. They have a ton of different clearance items in the stores.
With each new line of bagsI become more and more obsessed with Mulberry. The luxury brand’s newest line of travel bags is absolutely beautiful. If you’ve got an extra $1,250 - $3,500 laying around, the collection becomes available on February 15.
Doo.Ri’s upcoming collection for Macy’s Impulse line is just a little over a week away. The collection has a nice price range of $39 to $159. I’m definitely swooning over black draped dress and the grey maxi dress.
Macy’s has announced the next designer collaboration for their Impulse line. Alberta Ferretti will release a 30 piece collection ranging in price from $49 to $119. The collection will hit stores on April 17th and will stay on the floor for 10 weeks. Macy’s sure is churning out these collaborations! Who do you think will be next?
The Jason Wu for Target collection finally hits stores on Sunday! Are you guys as excited as I am? I’m definitely pre-gaming my shopping by picking up my top priority items. Here’s my hit list for the collection:
1. Blue Foral Scarf - $19.99
2. Pleated Skirt in Black - $29.99
3. Long Sleeved Sailor Sweater in Black/Cream Stripes - $32.99
4. Front-Flap Bag in Cream/Black - $49.99
Head over to Nitrolicious for pictures of the whole collection along with prices to make your own game plan for Sunday!
Sam Edelman and American Eagle have teamed up for this awesome summery collaboration. These decided warm-weather shoes are a nice reminder that the cold weather will end eventually! And, the best part is, you don’t even have to wait until summer to buy them! The entire collection is already available on American Eagle’s website.
There’s only two weeks separating us from the Jason Wu for Target collection. I couldn’t be more excited! This adorable video features kitty-cat mascot Milu giving Wu a helping hand with the collection.
Beegee Margenyte by Tina Luther for Harper’s Bazaar Hong Kong February 2012
Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2012
Sarah Burton has crafted one of the most exquisite and luxurious Pre-Fall collections of the season! The Victorian inspiration and execution of this collection is obvious, but not heavy-handed. I like the balance that Burton struck between then and now, blending the old with the modern. And, as always, the execution and craftsmanship of these pieces is overwhelmingly beautiful. I cannot wait to see the full Fall collection!
Take a look behind the scenes of Chanel’s newest ad campaign. Can you believe the models got to pose in water while wearing Chanel?!
H&M’s Summer 2012 Lookbook modeled by Frida Gustavsson
Check out this super cute DIY project from tick tock vintage! This is a wonderful way to get those old faux leather wallets and clutches back into use.
It was a star-studded catwalk at Prada’s menswear show in Milan. Jamie Bell, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Garrett Hedlund, Emile Hirsch, Gary Oldman, and Tim Roth all took their turns on the runway. For being amateur models, they all did pretty well. I’d have to say that Brody and Oldman, who closed the show, were my favorites.
Frankie Morello Men’s F/W 2012
I normally don’t cover too many men’s shows for one main reason. I admit to not knowing very much about men’s clothes or the ways they are crafted. So I often find myself at a loss for what to say about the runway shows. This is an exception to that rule. Frankie Morello’s collection caught my eye instantly. Can you see why?
I’m a huge fan of spiky embellishment, so the first third of this collection totally hit my fashion sweet tooth. I mean, just look at those detail shots! Can you image the time that went into those pieces?
The rest of the collection was just as refreshing. There were suits that were two-toned (like in the 2nd to last picture), lots of comfy casual clothes, and very little clothing at the end. It was a nice progression of comfort as the layers and structure were cast aside. Please, check out the rest of the show!