Last week was the first New York Fashion Week: Men’s, and I attended a select number of shows in order to check out what all of the excitement was about and gauge the direction of menswear for 2016! I saw a few of my favorites (Duckie Brown, Nautica, Timo Weiland), and wrote a trend wrap-up piece for “The Today Show,” which you can read, here!
I also wrote two other features that I’m proud of that I’d love for you to check out: 4 spots your sunscreen is missing (and how to protect them) and Throwback flats: 9 styles from the ’80s and ’90s to swoon over (again!)
Last, I’ve been pretty busy this week and next, so I apologize if the posting has been on the lighter side. I’m teaching a Fashion Blogging Bootcamp course as part of the Summer Fashion Lab LIM College in NYC! I’m thrilled to be back teaching this class for the third time, and I am so happy to be teaching a real-world, application-based class that I created and students can learn so much from, not to mention that the LIM staff and fellow professors are just so incredible to work with. For more info on the class and LIM College, click here.