Just as Diane Von Furstenberg is to the wrap dress, Lilly Pulitzer is to the shift dress revolution. The designer had an orange juice stand in 1959 in Palm Beach, Florida, which she made from her husband's endless orange groves. One day, she decided to hide all the stains on her dresses by making them in bright, wild prints. Today everyone from the Kennedys the Vanderbilts have worn the Lilly shift.Read Full Story
J.Crew and Band-Aid are just two brands joining forces to make cuts and scrapes a little more adorable. Sure, it might be ridiculous to spend an extra two dollars to have designer bandages, but hey, live a little.Read Full Story
Confession: I have a weakness for a cute Kate Spade bag. I own several myself and love their girly, fashion-forward approach to accessories. Of course, the brand also knows how to have fun, and inevitably releases a crop of impractical but totally quirky and playful purses each season. Like these creative bags you can expect for spring 2015.Read Full Story
The latest in Target's string of amazing designer collaborations is set to hit select stores and Target.com Sept. 14, and we've already got our alarm clocks set. For the limited edition collection, Target joined forces with Joseph Altuzarra, one of the industry's most sought after designers and recipient of the 2014 CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year Award.Read Full Story
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