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Social Media: The New Front Row of Fashion - @WomensWearDaily

social-media02.jpgWhat began as a tepid courtship between fashion and social media has become an all-consuming love affair as designers unveil new digital initiatives for fashion week. Calvin Klein, Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger, Rodarte and Perry Ellis are among the brands that will live stream their shows over the coming week, while scores of others — including Oscar de la Renta, Tory Burch and Nanette Lepore — are using Facebook, Twitter and their Web sites to update fashion followers on their shows, effectively expanding access beyond the exclusive enclaves of Bryant Park.

Fashion Week’s Uniform: Head to Toe Black, With Lots of Texture - @SheFinds

Fashion Week is all about dressing effortlessly. Celebs, editors and fashion personalities have to make sure they look great for the front row photographers but are still comfortable for the rest of the day, which is  spent shuttling to different shows.

The 10 Big Fashion Week Beauty Trends (So Far) - @BellaSugar

It’s only a few days into New York Fashion Week, but we’re already seeing hints of next season’s trends. What we’re not seeing: stiff hair, bright makeup, shimmer, and dark nails. What are we seeing? You’ll just have to read on to find out.  

Special Report: The Power of the Feminine Factor - @NYTimesStyle

A mannish suit, worn with a bolero budding with roses, sent a clear message at the start of Diane von Furstenberg’s show: women can be masculine and feminine at the same time.

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Three Nominees for Who’s ‘Next’ - @NYTimesStyle

If fashion didn’t routinely select a new group of designers to acclaim, it wouldn’t be fashion. There must always be someone waiting in the wings, the “next” one. These three designers now appear to be the leading candidates.


New York Fashion Week Weekend Runway Recap: Lela Rose, ADAM, Alice + Olivia and Boy by Band of Outsiders - @StyleBakery

While most people were out celebrating Valentine’s Day, the fashion world spent the weekend putting on and attending runway shows. Here is a recap of our favorite collections from the weekend.

Gossip Boys, Twilighters, and Ryan Phillippe at Calvin Klein - @Racked

Calvin Klein Men’s Collection by Italo Zucchelli always draws the best front-row male celeb crowd of any men’s show during New York Fashion Week. At Calvin Klein headquarters today, Ryan Phillippe, Kellan Lutz, Chase Crawford, Jared Leto, and Michael Brooks viewed the premiere of Zucchelli’s fall-winter 2010 collection.

Fall 2010 Fashion Week Trend: Neutrals - Omiru: Style for All - Omiru

Style tip?  In a season of economic uncertainty, we’re turning back to basics, and the color palette of the season is reflecting our economic reality. 

Celebs, Models Rock Relief for Haiti Fashion Show - @StyleListsays

Model after model and celeb after celeb strutted down the runway Friday night for the Relief for Haiti fashion show organized by Naomi Campbell and held at New York Fashion Week Fall 2010 to raise funds for earthquake victims in Haiti.



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All Lacquered Up
 is mad for metallics thanks to the Orly Foil FX nail polish collection.

Stiletto Jungle calls out two hits (and eleven misses) from the new Kardashians by bebe line.   

Allie is Wired features Lady Gaga and Cyndi Lauper talking MAC Viva Glam. 


Bag Snob Celebrates Fashion Week with a DEREK LAM Blanche Tote Giveaway

Beauty Snob has the exclusive Bobbi Brown limited-edition Bronze Shimmer Brick Set in partnership with The Heart Truth campaign and its annual Red Dress Collection Fashion Show to raise awareness about women and heart disease. 

Coquette loves Rebecca Minkoff’s spring 2010 collection inspired by Paris. 

Get 25% off a gorgeous White + Warren cashmere wrap on The Jet Set Girls

KRISTOPHER DUKES wants a Kent double-sided clothing brush to clean up after Major Dukes, her new German Shepherd. 

Second City Style shows that sexuality does not have to be limited to the bedroom and to lingerie with In The Mood For Love from runway to real way. 


Shopping and Info has a Valentine’s Day dress and scarf giveaway from Hurley and Bop Basics


Stylehive can’t wait to try out sultry makeup for Valentine’s Day, inspired by the Givenchy haute couture runway looks

The Beauty Stop advocates for red lipstick for Valentine’s Day

The Shoe Goddess for a sneak peek at the Azzedine Alaia Spring 2010 shoe collection
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