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July 25 2014

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Brittany Adams

Style.com 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.

Giving New Meaning To The Term “Treasure Chest”

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To bedazzle or not to bedazzle: That’s the question for Fall, with designers building bling directly into their clothes. Oscar de la Renta showed trompe l’oeil bijoux, printing photos of precious stones on his cocktail dresses, while Lanvin‘s Alber Elbaz and Miuccia Prada encrusted their respective looks with luxe crystals—some of which made their red-carpet […]

His Range Is Rio

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With the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics (just 1,548 days away for those of you who are counting) on the horizon, Brazil is hotter than ever. Macy’s is celebrating the vibrant country with its latest campaign, A Magical Journey to Brasil. Enter Francisco Costa for a collaborative capsule collection. “I felt so honored […]

Our Favorite Looks From Sydney Fashion Week

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Fashion’s scope is undeniably global. If you’ve been keeping up with Tommy Ton’s latest street-style dispatches, you already know that right now, the action is in Sydney, where it’s all about showcasing local talent. This season, when Aussie heavyweights Dion Lee and Josh Goot pulled out at the last minute (reportedly to focus on building […]

Nancy Gonzalez Gets Linked In

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Exotic-skins virtuoso Nancy Gonzalez is upping the ante for innovation with crocodile. This week, the Colombia-based designer launched a new, limited-edition capsule collection of bags and jewelry (her first-ever foray into bijoux), featuring tough-looking chains that appear to be hardware, but are actually made of pure croc, which is then wrapped and covered with more […]

Is Color-Blocking Played Out?

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After several seasons of stacking contrasting hues one atop another, designers are simplfying things for Fall with monochromatic looks in a Crayola box assortment of shades. Working with a uniform palette plays up subtle differences in texture and fabric. Alexander Wang, for example, hit on this season’s must-have color with a head-to-toe burgundy outfit that […]