Misha Nonoo, dear friend and fashion designer extraordinaire, shares her tips with us today for having you look your most…Read More
The Tig Archives 09 / 16 / 2016 Ah, Fashion Week. You may have been noticing our many posts on…Read More
It’s always a bright day when fashion and economic empowerment can thrive together. We were tickled pink when we found out that one of our favorite jewelry designers, Jenny Bird, was partnering with fair trade pioneers Far + Wide Collective to produce an exclusive collection that does just that.
Winter trends are in full bloom, from tactile textures, ladylike prints, and a fair share of sparkle, ’tis the season to layer up your look with fashion’s finest.
While I’m already beginning to mourn the end of summer, I must say that for the sake of fashion, I am excited to trade in my shorts for fall’s amazing trends. It’s a season to be daring and take risks, to mix and match prints, embrace tactile textures, and modernize looks of days past.
This past Monday night, I had the immense pleasure of accompanying my dear friend, and one of my favorite designers, Misha Nonoo, to the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund in NYC.
Just because you’re heading to Texas doesn’t mean you need to rush out and buy a pair of Daisy Dukes or cowboy boots. Nor do you have to throw on a ball gown or start curling your hair like a debutante—in fact, Texas is the best of both worlds— casual, yet polished – relaxed, yet styled.
Every year, we all look forward to counting down as the ball drops, champagne glass in hand—all while looking impeccably dressed. But the problem year after year is figuring out exactly how to switch up your style routine as the 31st approaches, because wearing a sequined mini dress and heavy smoky eyes just isn’t going to continue to cut it.
NYFW. Even the acronym somehow felt intimidating to me. The premise of being surrounded by pin thin models, tastemakers who wear socks with open toed shoes, and designers – the fortunate few whose work would be paraded down runways – who likely said words like “fierce” just because. I imagined they even fancied their morning espresso and apple to be fierce.
Hôtel Costes and Cafe Deux Magots were a certifiable “whose who” of the fashion set this past week. Yes, because the tunes are cool and the café is magnifique – but mostly because Paris Fashion Week was in full effect, drawing in the fashion elite like bees to honey.