Gingham is one of those wonderful prints that lives between the lines. It elevates any preppy look and is an essential part of my favorite vintage beach ensemble. Above all else, though, it's the only pattern that matters on Easter. My family is so big that when we manage to get more than 10 of …

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The wrap is a design that I have come to love and live by. Wrap dresses, wrap blazers, wrap skirts. If I can wrap it, it's instantly more interesting. Wrap pieces have the added bonus of requiring fewer accessories - which gets me out the door more quickly the morning after a late-night Netflix binge.

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If there’s one bag that’s universally coveted, it’s got to be the Chanel Classic Handbag. It’s the definition of iconic. Its most widely recognizable quality, aside from the double C logo we all know and love, is its quilted finish. There’s just something about it that feels luxurious. Which, naturally, means it’s hard to resist …

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Joseph Altuzarra is one of those uncommon designers who consistently and instinctively knows what women want to wear, whether it’s shearling bomber jackets, celeb-favorite fringed hobo Ghianda bags, crinkled linen dresses, or racy laced knee-high boots. Personally, I like to attribute it to the stylish Chinese women he’s surrounded by - his mother, cousin Lily Kwang, and grandmother, who hails from Shanghai like mine. In addition to being superbly talented, Joseph is the most well-mannered boy. He's a Chinese mama's dream!
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I’m flying to Paris tomorrow to complete the final leg of Fashion Month, and, as usual, I can’t wait to see all of the bags – on both the runways and the street. So far I’ve noticed a couple of strong trends emerging, for the fashion crowd and celebrities alike: oversized saddle and top-handle bags. They cater to two different types of women (or at least two different sides of a woman)...
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