Our favorite looks and things that caught our eye.
Jeremy Kost's latest video spies sneakers of all stripes (and heels).
The label took a major risk with their accessories this season — and it paid off.
Who doesn’t want to cash in on the Fashion Week craze?
The revived nineties staple is just as delightfully neon as we remembered it.
Fleming launched Tory Burch's CFDA-award-winning accessories division, and now she's launching her own line.
In what is reportedly a spread from the September issue, model Raquel Zimmermann wears Crocs.
At least he's got his shirt tucked in and his suspenders on.
"Bullseye bodegas" will bow in Union Square, the East Village, Soho, and midtown next month. Joy!
We pulled 160 pairs for our new Shop-A-Matic, including 64 pairs under $200. Here are six of our favorites.
Also, Via Spiga collaborates with Vena Cava, Louis Vuitton's new windows attract police, and Cape Town Fashion Week starts.
Apparently banks, airlines, and shops in London required women to teeter around in heels.
You can get flip-flops with Obama or McCain heads all over them. Get it? Flip-flops?
And they won't cost anywhere near half a month's rent. Rejoice!
We stopped by today to check out the shoe-frenzy and weren't disappointed — but hey, prices are slashed 75 percent and stock is ample.
Also: Vera Wang's Lavender label launches shoes, Elizabeth and James jewelry is now on preorder, and Speidi moves.
We weighed Fergie's efforts with her new line thus far against Fraser Ross's dos and don'ts for celeb designers. The results are not entirely grim.
We're surprised that a picture of one basketball player's crotch in the face of the other didn't ring alarm bells in development meetings.
The architect may have designed Chanel's Mobile Art exhibit, but Hadid says that creating shoes was just as hard.
Also, Anne Slowey's assistants aren't perfect, Anna Wintour awaits two new babies, and Agyness Deyn sings at a big music festival.