August 27 2014

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Brittany Adams Associate Fashion Editor Brittany Adams covers current trends and keeps tabs on all things model-related. Before starting her career at W, she interned at Women's Wear Daily and graduated from New York University with a degree in journalism and politics.

Running Shoes Get The High Fashion Treatment


In the 1988 film Working Girl, Melanie Griffith’s character famously wore sneakers for her daily commute, swapping them out for heels at the last possible minute outside the office. These days, both designers and street-style notables are leaving their dressy footwear at home and making fashion statements with athletic shoes. And no, we’re not talking […]

Paradise Now


Rappers have long bragged about repping that Gucci, Fendi, and Prada, but this year, Givenchy is the label with all the street cred. Its graphic birds-of-paradise pattern, in particular, has become a cult status symbol for artists including Jay-Z and Kanye West (the duo also commissioned Riccardo Tisci to do the album art for their […]

Model Slash: Swimwear Designer Tori Praver


They’ve got the face, the body, a portfolio full of ad campaigns and editorials shot by top photographers in the industry, and a runway roster to match. But with our new “Model-Slash” feature, profiles girls whose ambitions and drive extend beyond the catwalk.Life is a beach for IMG model Tori Praver (pictured), who was […]

From Russia, With Love


Fashion is having an affair to remember with Russia. There’s the ubiquitous presence of Muscovite It girls like Elena Perminova and Miroslava Duma, Ulyana Sergeenko’s noteworthy Couture outing last week, and the rise of folksy dressing during Resort. Banana Republic is catching the Russian wave with a new holiday capsule, inspired by the upcoming Anna […]

Turbans: A Wrapper’s Delight


Any way you wind it, turbans have been making fashion statements since Paul Poiret began topping off his creations with them way back in the early twentieth century (though Sikhs, of course, had been wearing them for centuries before that). Recall 1940′s film noir costumes à la Joan Crawford, the glory days of Yves Saint […]