BCBG is about Neutral Colour Blocking

I am actually okay with the upcoming Fall/Winter 2012-2013 collection.  This is pleasantly surprising as the past few seasons haven’t been that great.  The fall collection is full of neutrals, with oranges continuing to be dominant.  Colour-blocking is strong as well, but it’s toned down a bit for the cooler season.  Two pieces of criticism […]

Webitor’s Picks from the Closet: Shoes with a Hint of Pink of Orange

While blacks, browns and tans are the standard tones for shoes, it never hurts to have some colour, especially pinks and oranges. Here are some shoes that you may want to try which go well much of your closet, yet remain neutral enough that it isn’t too glaring – save that for your clothes and […]

The Smaller Everyday Bag

Do we really need to carry huge bags around? It seems to me that all over the city, women have bags that are larger than 12″ across. I realize that most of us have a lot to carry to work and for shopping, but do we really need mid-sized totes? For most of us, the essentials are a wallet, keys, some make-up for touching up and a cell phone – all items that are quite small.

Son Jung Wan Makes NYFW Debut with 70s Inspired Pieces

Cynthia Cheng Mintz The 1970s ruled once again Thursday at the presentation of Son Jung Wan’s Fall/Winter 2011 collection.  This cool, winter-inspired collection had a colour palette of grey as well as mauve, lavendar and just a hint of  fall camel. 1970s-inspired wide-legged pants, long, flowing skirts and draping fabrics, as well as shine and glitter were […]

Neutrals with Some Pops of Colour at Max Azria Fall/Winter 2011

Cynthia Cheng Mintz Neutrals seem to rule this season, though there were some colourful pieces at Max Azria‘s show Sunday afternoon.  Though the show opened with several shapeless, tent like dresses that looked like they needed belting, it eventually moved away from that, with many gorgeous ensembles that would warm up anyone in cooler weather.  The “it” […]





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