If you cycle for exercise, fun or especially competition, then you’ll relate to Becky Redett, owner and founder of The Sassy Cyclist, and her decision to rethink and remake the classic jersey for women.
Cardigans are fine (yaaaawn), but if you want a quick hit of style, says our fashion genius Kimberly Cihlar, belt on a kimono. Here’s how to rock one—plus our favorite buys.
We are no longer forced to sacrifice style for comfort. Even Birkenstocks are getting fancy!
Wanting a place to stash a phone, some keys or a lipstick, Kimberley Cihlar is passionate about clothes with pockets. Fortunately, more designers are slipping them into everything from evening wear to yoga pants. Here’s why.
You might have noticed the current obsession with the Danish wellness tradition “hygge,” or at least the hashtag #hygge, which is nearing 3 million posts on Instagram. Pronounced “hoo-gah,” it sort of sounds like “hug” and is synonymous with comfort, coziness, conviviality and warmth during the long, dark winter.
Sweating it out during an infrared sauna detox session is a craze sweeping the wellness world from LA to New York. I, for one, am totally in. My hour spent inside a glass and cedar cube at HigherDOSE in Manhattan was like a day at the beach: hot, relaxing and euphoria-inducing.
“Oil me!” was what the Tin Man squeaked out in The Wizard of Oz, and when Dorothy and The Scarecrow administered a few drops, it worked like magic, right? I took some time to get on board with this skin oil trend, but I have to admit that the Tin Man was onto something.
How the ugly Christmas sweater trend took over the holidays and how to find that rare species—pretty Christmas sweaters.
We love pretty food, yummy food, and healthy food. It’s not every day that you find all of those things in one delicious dish, but the new Ocean Bowl is just that. It’s the latest creation from The End, an ultra-cool Brooklyn-based café that claims to have invented the Unicorn Latte before Starbucks sugarized…
With her cool-girl-style jeans, platform shoes and fabulous glasses, Linda Rodin shows us how it’s done.