We sorted through the lineup of "professors," a short list of the nation's top designers, stylists, and executives, and although they clearly have plenty of good advice to share, we turned the tables and grilled five of them with the classic job interview questions we've all stumbled through — plus, what they'd wear to impress their potential bosses. So, do they get the gig? Read on, and tell us if you'd hire these pros in the comments!
We can hear stylish guys around the world cheering with joy: Shopbop has launched East Dane, an ecommerce haven specifically for men! Carrying brands your guy has heard of and new ones to discover, it covers his entire wardrobe from apparel to accessories (with extra items like flasks and valet trays thrown in for good measure).
The site's navigation allows for easy toggling between the male space and Shopbop, along with a shared shopping cart . . . meaning it won't be too difficult to toss something in for you before he's finished checking out. Dedicated shoppers that we are, we perused the site and were happily surprised to find wares that we'd want for ourselves, and not just the men in our lives. See what we're shopping below.
Ever wonder what it's like inside the fashion industry's most coveted jobs? As part of Teen Vogue's brand-new digital channel, which launches today, "Fashion at Work" is a series that follows up-and-comers as they navigate the most stylish of workplaces.
The premiere episode features Bianca Harris, a 24-year-old studio assistant at Eddie Borgo.
"One of the things I've learned about Eddie is less is more," she says about the jewelry designer. "He can see little details in little things and really, really amplify them. And that's something that I've been trying to work into, not only in how I do things but also my personal style."
Stay tuned for future episodes, which go behind the scenes with those who truly know what it's like to be behind the scenes of fashion's biggest brands — including DVF senior manager of communications Elizabeth Luby, Moda Operandi's brand manager, Jana Hofheimer, and Teen Vogue's own assistant to the editor in chief, Alyssa Reeder.
Thanks to this year's Met Gala theme, Punk: Chaos to Couture, we are now trying to add some majorly tough pieces to our own wardrobes. And we have famous partygoers like Sienna Miller, Cara Delevingne, Cameron Diaz, and Gisele Bündchen as our styling inspiration. All these ladies incorporated spiked accessories into their Met Gala look — and their ensembles were that much more authentic because of it. If you too have spikes on the brain, click on to shop 22 of our favorite pieces, including bags, shoes, jewels, headbands, and belts.
Hailee Steinfeld hit the Met Gala red carpet wearing a one-of-a-kind dress by Donna Karan Atelier. Look closely and you'll see that the bone-hued tea-length dress is actually made out of leather, and adorned with oxidized antique gold safety pins and studs. To further her punk flair, the Romeo and Juliet actress completed her look with Eddie Borgo jewels, a shimmery gold Jimmy Choo clutch, and matching sparkly shoes. Green eye shadow and a tough 'do finish off her look — are you feeling it?Vote on all of our Met Gala polls here!