eBay's new Lookbook offers the chance to win a $5,000 shopping spree and more.
Have you seen Ebay's new Lookbook page?
It's so cool—you have to check it out now.
Like a "Style on the Street" story showcasing the coolest dressed people, Lookbook allows you to upload your own photo—taken on the street, if you wish, and then vote on your look. Post the link on your Facebook and Twitter about it—so your friends can vote for you too.
Blogger and fashion designer Stacy Lomman got creative for her fashion show debut.
So you don't have Harvey Weinstein-type backing—what's a designer to do?
NY-based designer Stacy Lomman, who also writes the blog Taffeta Darlings, got creative—she raised the funds on the Internet via Kickstarter.
The funding platform for creative types like Lomman allowed the designer to raise nearly $12,000 in just over a month.
"Kickstarter (my page) launched on July 31st and I had $6,000, my original goal, by August 4," Lomman says. "Since then, I have continued to raise money almost doubling that initial goal."
Forget clothes, models bare all while flaunting the latest hats and wigs.
Who needs them when you're strutting down the runway, modeling hair accessories?
That was the mindset of wig designer Charlie Le Mindu, who showed hot naked models at his runway show on Sunday in London.
The nude models wore only hats, shoes, bags and wigs, but his show was about his collection of hats and wigs.
Le Mindu's "Haute Coiffure" wigs have gotten tons of attention—being featured in Vogue, Marie Claire and the British music paper NME.
Expert stylist Mark Garrison shows how to blow dry your hair like the salon—at home!
Who has time or money these days to visit a salon every time you want a sleek, shiny blowout?
Guess what? Even if you're not very savvy about doing your own hair, you can learn how to do your own blow out.
Celebrated NY stylist Mark Garrison had the perfect solution—to make a video using a real-life model doing her own blow dry as he walks you through the steps.
Clairol did the hair color at Jill Stuart and is giving away 10 free boxes of Perfect 10.
Models don't just walk off the street and onto the runway. First, they have to pass through hours of hair and makeup.
And at Jill Stuart's Spring 2011 fashion show, hair meant coloring with Clairol Perfect 10 (Bing Shopping: Purchase Clairol Nice n Easy Perfect 10 Hair Color.
Yes, the box hair color you can get at your local drugstore.
M.A.C created the chic beauty at Monique Lhuillier's stunning Spring 2011 show.
The clothes at Monique Lhuillier were breathtaking and so was the makeup.
M.A.C is the leading force backstage at NY Fashion Week—doing the makeup for the majority of the runway shows—and the company's extremely talented makeup artists created the perfect face to compliment Lhuillier's lush Spring 2011 collection.
"It's a 1950s Audrey Hepburn look with an aerodynamic beautiful eye liner, very haute couture and red carpet, slightly debutant with gilded lilac on the eyelid, liner and a delicate, soft, pink glossed lip," explains Val Garland, makeup artist at M.A.C.
Here's how to get the look using M.A.C. (Of course, this is the detailed, runway look—feel free to improvise at home!)
Kmart has really pushed the fashion envelope—yes Kmart.
This means you'll find the hottest current trends—military looks, distressed jeans, faux fur and necklace Tees at Kmart.
Yes, Kmart. For the past two years, the store has had some surprisingly cute pieces here and there.
But for fall, the retailer has really upped the fashion ante hiring designers with impressive resumes that include stints at Ralph Lauren, Isaac Mizrahi, Yves Saint Laurent and more.
For next spring, the designer looked toward the Silk Road.
Never mind 70's chic and 90's minimalism, Vivienne Tam stayed true to her East-meets-West style for Spring 2011.
Only for this collection, she was inspired by the girl traveling the historic Silk Road trade route.
"You know Marco Polo, the infatuation with China. She's traveling the nomadic kind of life. Going to the same flea markets and picking out things she likes," said Tam, backstage Saturday before her show. "She's fascinated by the architecture and the countries and the traditional costumes and the traditions. She picks up the clothes, deconstructs them and they become new clothes."
This discovery venture translated into a collection full of textures, patchwork, sun-bleached colors, cotton clothes and crocheted sandals. In other words, comfy chic clothes for spring and summer—or for your next big trip.