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When thinking about the bootstrapping success stories of the self-made American Dreamers, Monica Phromsavanh is definitely one of them. Founder and CEO of ModaBox -- a retail concept that combines personal styling with e-commerce --Show More Summary
If you don't already have a poncho in your wardrobe arsenal, we recommend snatching one of these up before they go out of style (which we don't see happening anytime soon). A poncho is a chic and comfortable alternative to a chunky sweater and can easily be worn over your comfiest long-sleeve. Show More Summary
Welcome to On the Racked, where Racked SF editor Robyn Hagan Cain shares the top fashion, beauty and fitness news of the week. Photo: Kim Lucian for Racked MISSION—On a quest to prove that San Francisco style extends beyond startup....
A white picket fence marks the entrance to this 1950s Victorian-style home, found along a tree-lined street in Mar Vista. The steeply pitched roof with gingerbread fretwork and a single Dormer window are in keeping with the style while modern updates include a saltwater pool and spa.
Everyone relax and be mellow! While the color yellow may not convey peaceful vibes, it's sure to make a statement on during your next outing. If you are a little worried about this bold color, we suggest trying something a little less...Show More Summary
An oversized sweater is a must for winter and we love how this one almost looks like you borrowed it from your best guy friend or boyfriend. It's comfortable and chic all at the same time. From the boxy to the patterned, oversized sweaters...Show More Summary
CP Essentials is our regular photo editorial series from renowned photographer Christina Paik. Each new edition is a reflection of her personal take on street culture, with the models, location and styling all of her own choosing. A regular… The post CP ESSENTIALS: 003 – Kelie appeared first on Highsnobiety.
No it's not what you place at the bottom of a bed, but if you think about how a duster on a bed is arranged, the concept of a duster sweater is fairly similar. The length of the sweater determines whether it qualifies as a duster and...Show More Summary
This past week we gave you a look at some of the best street style of Paris Fashion Week, Kim Kardashian revealed the cover of her selfie book Selfish, a rumor surfaced regarding Apple releasing a stylus alongside the new … The post Top 10 Comments of the Week: Apple, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Rick Owens and More appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Mustard is one of our favorite colors for fall and winter. It's warm hues go perfectly with dark blues and blacks we tend to gravitate towards when the temperature drops. While it's not a color you might wear as a t-shirt or sweater,...Show More Summary
The Fall/Winter 2015 fashion shows are in full swing now. Following our exclusive Street Style Reports from Florence, London and Milan, all eyes are now on Paris, where many of the absolute best designers in the world are unveiling their… The post Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015 Street Style Report – Part 2 appeared first on Highsnobiety.
It's a pattern everyone has, everyone loves, and everyone needs more of. Polka dots or mixed dots is the perfect pattern for a casual day at the office or a night out with friends. We love how RD's Obsession pairs this simple pattern...Show More Summary
We recently had the pleasure of gaining exclusive access backstage at the Louis Vuitton Fall 2015 presentation in Paris. The collection marked Kim Jones’s tribute to the late Christopher Nemeth’s rich contribution to the French fashion… The post Louis Vuitton Fall 2015 Collection – Backstage and Street Style appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Take a sartorial tour through Asian cities, from Kuala Lumpur to Shanghai to Tokyo. Tokyo's outrageous street styles, from Harajuku to Lolita to Yamanba, are well-documented. But the more subtly inventive fashions in other Asian cities often stay under the Western media's radar. Read Full Story