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New York Fashion Week backstage beauty: 57 pictures of the best manicures and nail art from the Spring 2014 shows

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The nails at New York Fashion Week were right in tune with the ’90s minimalism style we saw on the Spring 2014 runways. Sheer is in, colour is out and the nail art trend seems to be winding down. The bare and buffed nails of last spring are still going strong for 2014, with designers like Altuzarra, Alexander Wang and Jeremy Laing opting for pale shades of pink, lavender or beige instead of punchy pastels and neon brights. Read more »


New York Fashion Week: Spring 2014′s top 5 developing trends

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Spring 2014 Logo Trend Alexander Wang

Alexander Wang shot by Peter Stigter

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The first half of New York Fashion Week Spring flew by in a flurry of silk chiffon and pretty prints and although it’s still early days, we’re already noticing some key looks emerging on runways. Here are the top 5 trends on our radar for Spring 2014 so far.

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Spring 2013 fashion: The 30 must-haves you need in your closet this season

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There’s nothing more exciting this time of year than packing up those big ole winter sweaters to prep for the lighter and brighter season ahead. It’s finally time to shop, and to help you prep, we’ve sussed out 30 of Spring 2013’s shopping must-haves to consider adding to your closet. Whether you’re looking to update your wardrobe with a few key pieces or expecting an overhaul with some of Spring 2013′s riskiest pieces (ahem, crop tops!), we’ve got what you need, no matter what your price point. From the perfect summer shorts suit to bright and poppy sunglasses, consider this list your It list.
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From the March 2013 issue: Kirsten Owen stars in our arty all-white photo shoot

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Photographed by Moo. Styled by George Antonopoulos. Hair and makeup by Veronica Chu for Tresemmé Hair Care/M.A.C. manicure by Jessica Ellison for Push Mgmt/Jolie Nail Bar. Fashion assistant, Eliza Grossman.

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In a season of 1990s resurgence, who better than grunge queen Kirsten Owen to star in our latest photo shoot? The British-born Canadian model lends her expert hand to our March 2013 trends issue photo shoot, which features a stark pure-white colour palette and some of Spring 2013′s best pieces from international and homegrown designers including Alexander Wang, Marni, Jeremy Laing and Greta Constantine. While white might be closer to the current colour of the ground than than anything in our current wardrobe, here’s another stoke in the hopeful fire of Spring 2013.
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Inside Edmonton’s Fashion With Compassion gala: 38 photos of stylish people partying on and off the runway for a good cause

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Fashion With Compassion 2012 Backstage

Photography by Emilia Thomas

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Last week one of the biggest fashion fundraisers in Canada hit Edmonton’s Shaw Conference Centre with flutes of pink champagne and Old Hollywood panache. Luncheon and dinnertime gala fashion shows for more than 1,400 people at the 16th annual Syncrude Presents Fashion with Compassion benefit the $5-million expansion of the Sorrentino’s Compassion House, a home away from home for women traveling to Edmonton for breast cancer treatment.

While we think last year’s fashion highlight was watching superstar model Heather Marks (a Calgary native) open and close the shows, this year we can’t decide between all the cozy, grey velvet layering from Calgary-based designer Paul Hardy’s Fall 2012 collection, a lunchtime-only appearance from Mode Models Edmonton’s Kayley Chabot (I saw her last on the runway at Jill Stuart S/S ’13 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week), or the uncensored and moving speech from former Compassion House guest and breast cancer survivor Brenda Kissel.

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55 rainbow-hued shopping picks that shine will brightly for any age

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The list | May 2012

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Keep it light and airy in your twenties. Sport bright yellow in your sixties. Give the colour wheel a spin! This season, it’s time to try a brand-new hue no matter which age bracket you fall under.

Jump to age:
20s SUGAR RUSH | 30s SCARLET FEVER | 40s VEGGIE PATCH
50s BLUE CRUSH | 60s FRESH CITRUS | 70s CLEAN SLATE
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NYFW diary: Heavy lightness at Prabal Gurung, boxy restriction at Alexander Wang, a brush with Bill Cunningham, and Calla’s New York debut!

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Three differing looks from Prabal Gurung

Day two of the shows began with another early rise, this time for Lacoste’s Fall show at Lincoln Center. The intrinsically sporty brand took an edgy spin for Fall, with designer Christophe Lemaire turning up the zip-age on the collection from the first look—a quilted high-necked vest over a long and oh-so smooth black leather jacket and colour-blocked leggings—to the last—a black leather mini with sleeves that zipped off above to give the appearance of a jacket worn just on the shoulders.

Next was Jill Stuart with a gussied up Nikki Reed and Olivia Palermo in the front row. The designer’s penchant for vintage girliness extended to a ‘60s soundtrack dubbed over models who showed off gold-threaded embroidery on turtleneck dresses, slim trousers, and pleated skirts. Continuing on the blowout spring trend, a peplum showed up mid-show to amp up the au courant.
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The hit parade: 30 of the biggest, brightest, and boldest pieces of the season

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The hit parade: 30 of the biggest, brightest, and boldest pieces of the season

Check out our shopping list of the sugary pastels, neon punches, and the surf prints that need to be in your closet this spring.

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