Numbers don't always tell a complete story, but at the end of each year, we're always curious to see which fashion items got the most clicks or highest spikes in search volume. Forget the runways; what did people actually buy and wear More often than not, the must-haves can be explained by major headlines or moments in pop culture.
I want to divert the focus from me as a person rather than to the project, she says. Watch this space-and have your dancing shoes at the ready. Remember William Rast, the Timberlake-helmed denim line Well, you should obviously wear a pair of its jeans, coupled with some boots from Nashville boot emporium Two Free Boots-famed for the unexpected buy-one-get-two-free boots deal.
My pain tolerance for heels has become nonexistent after unapologetically spending the past year or so living in fuzzy slippers. As a result, I crave the coziness of a pillowy Birdie slip-on. The pompom Songbird lets you bring the slipper outside, to the office, and beyond.
I also discovered closet cleaning as a powerful stress reliever during a time filled with so many unknowns and anxiety. Back in the aughts, you saw Jeremy Scott's Adidas sneakers in line at Milk Studios, spilling out onto the streets of the Meatpacking District.
Once upon a time, American poet Clement Clarke Moore owned a patch of land called Chelsea-a still-undeveloped part of Manhattan in the early 19th century. Fast-forward a few hundred years, and the neighborhood has Golden Goose Sneakers just welcomed its latest hotel, the Moore, with 81 minimalist guest rooms. Onsite, you'll find a rooftop wine bar and an all-day cafe on the ground floor. Visit the new spot dressed in something poetic like, say, Sleeping With Jacques' velvet two-piece crop top and midiskirt in jet black. We'd pair that with Sophia Webster's pearls-for-heels sandals, and more velvet in the form of a Jimmy Choo bag.