By Kimberly Cortes, April 10th, 2012
Luxury labels in designer fashion and accessories are rolling out their offerings for iPad cases. High end designers are stepping into the technology fashion world. The cases are bold and bright yet stylish and protective. Made by designers, these cases are must have items for any Ipad owner. Check them out.
By Mackenzie Gavel, February 12th, 2011
By Tiffany Yannetta, September 10th, 2010
We’ve already told you of a few of our Fashion’s Night Out destinations (here, here and here), but we couldn’t resist throwing in a few more. Cause after all, you can’t just hit up one party. Whether you’re in the mood to shop, and snag limited edition goods you can’t grab anywhere else, or just hang out at a good-old fashioned party, there’s something for everyone throughout the whole city. Check out some places we’re looking to swing by tonight.
By Noelia de la Cruz, May 17th, 2010
Proenza Schouler’s spring collection prepared women for an aquatic, graffiti-filled, futuristic dreamland. Reptilian prints in fluorescent yellows and turquoise seemed to camouflage baby doll dresses for a technicolored dystopia. It’s no surprise then that the sunglasses had a similar job: providing protection with thick plastic frames, and unexpected colors like navy and red to blend in with Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez’s vision.
By Tiffany Yannetta, April 6th, 2010
Thankfully, going green isn’t just about hemp and patchouli, anymore. Nowadays, designers like Stella McCartney and Lauren Bush are creating pieces that might just make you do a double take into the realms of organic cotton. Whether you’re a strict vegetarian or a leather-and-fur junkie, there’s no denying that some of these picks are more than just good for the Earth—they’re pretty good for you, too.
By Ying Lam, March 29th, 2010
Polo lovers rejoice: your favorite crocodile has a new collection at Barney’s. An exclusive, three-piece capsule collection of Lacoste menswear is now available at the luxury retailer with versions of prep classics.
Sporty yet sophisticated, the collection boasts a short-sleeved “retro fit” pique polo in shades of cranberry, evergreen and turquoise, as well as classic navy and white ($88), a pima cotton v-neck sweater with tipping ($150, in navy) and a cotton tennis short ($115, white).
By Eva Medoff, March 9th, 2010
Maison Martin Margiela is known for minimalism with a dash of grunge. So it’s no surprise that its new, limited-edition “Replica” sneakers exclusively for Barneys follow that formula precisely. First, the Belgian brand found its inspiration: in this case 1970s GATs (German Army Trainers) worn by West German soldiers and originally hailing from Austria. The classic sports shoes were then reproduced as faithfully as possible, fashioned from lambskin and calf split and fixed with a label explaining their historical origin and time period. The MMM twist comes in with the color, however. Splashed Jackson Pollock-style with red, gray, blue or black paint, the “Replica” trainers are as effortlessly cool as they are quality. Retailing at $435, these puppies aren’t cheap—but then again, the truly covetable items never are.