From Altazurra to Jason Wu, every fashion follower is well-versed with the Target partnership routine. Wake up at the crack of dawn, exhale caffeine, drive full speed to your local Target, dash towards womenswear, relentlessly fight for every piece in your size, snap a pic as social media proof that you’ve succeeded, and repeat. Target is bringing on yet another collaboration and while this one isn’t a coveted runway phenomenon, it’s surely an important more.
TOMS, the clothing line that has won our hearts with simplistic (and outrageously comfortable) footwear, has announced a new partnership with Target to launch in stores on Nov. 16.
Hi friends — it’s been awhile! I’ve been experiencing some tough times, so outfit shoots and wordy posts have been far less frequent. While on a major quest for happiness, I thought of the one place that gives me such light. New York City has always been my home without ever being a home. In fact, I’m currently staring at a mural of New York on the wall of my Florida home. Selecting a place to spend my 25th birthday was simple… it was NYC or bust!
By Jillian Goltzman
There is a period in life when kiss cams and superfluous flash mobs are absolutely normal, your Pinterest boards are practical, and your home is a warehouse for mason jars and potpourri — it’s called the Twilight Zone of marriage.
When you take a break from cake tastings, weddings are not to be taking lightly. Somewhere in the vast world of relationships, there is a segmented group of couples still deciding if they made the right decision.
Urban Outfitters, known for its try-hard snark, has once again enraged the Internet with yet another display of tastelessness. The brand released a “vintage” Kent State University sweatshirt adorned with red speckles. This wouldn’t be alarming if Kent State University wasn’t the home of the 1970 massacre in which the National Guard killed four students and injured nine during the Vietnam War protests. This also wouldn’t be alarming if the red “vintage” speckles didn’t bear an obvious resemblance to blood. Alas, we’re yet again offended and should we be surprised?