5 Summer 2019 Hair Trends That Took Off at Coachella

Festival season is finally here, and so, too, are a number of fashion trends.
Coachella weekend one saw the emergence of a number of trends, primarily in the hair category, as influencers and guests looked to accessories, classic styles and colorful looks to complement their festival gear.
A go-to festival style, textured waves left its mark at Coachella, with many taking a grungy and grittier take on the classic beach waves with hair that looked like it had been dipped in a swimming pool prior to styling.
Others went for bold, colorful looks with balayage highlights and full coloring in pastel hues of pink, purple and blue.
Read on to see the five key hair trends that emerged at Coachella.
1. Pastel Hues

Lottie Tomlinson at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019. 

Sophie Simmons at the 5th Annual ZOEasis Party, at Coachella 2019. 
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Winnie Harlow at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019. 
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Jenn Im at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019. 

2. Loose Braids

Shay Mitchell at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019. 

Kathryn Newton at Coachella 2019. 
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Khanh Duong at Coachella 2019. 
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3. Gritty Textured Waves

Aimee Song at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019. 

Jasmine Tookes at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019. 

Danielle Herrington at the Revolve Party at Coachella

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Saks’ Roopal Patel and FIT’s Valerie Steele Talk Fashion Shows and Trends

After a whirlwind month covering the fashion shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris, Roopal Patel, senior vice president and fashion director of Saks Fifth Avenue, gave the lowdown to Valerie Steele, curator and director of The Museum of FIT on Thursday afternoon.
The conversation, which took place at the third annual winter luncheon of the Couture Council of The Museum at FIT, was held at Avra Madison Estiatorio and sponsored by Saks.
By way of introduction, Kathy Reilly, luncheon chair, said Patel has driven the transformation of Saks since 2015, with responsibility for trend forecasting, spotting emerging designers and honing the seasonal fashion message.
Steele then kicked off the discussion, asking Patel to describe her primary day-to-day responsibilities and strategic point of view.
Patel, who oversees men’s, women’s, accessories, jewelry and beauty, said, “When we look at fashion, there’s a lot of storytelling that goes on. Our job and my responsibility is to be the translator and curator. Taking what we’re seeing on the runways in London, New York, Milan and Paris, and making sure that that vision and the trend direction is translated for the Saks customer to experience.”
One of Patel’s goals is to make sure they’re making shopping at Saks

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Think Tank: How a Desire to Play Influences Color and Design Trends

It is time to take play seriously. In an age colored by uncertainty and upheaval, consumers are yearning for meaning, searching for a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them. Amidst the overwhelming concerns about our environment and the instability of the political and cultural landscapes, many are returning to the basics of play to find deeper, more positive connections through interaction, exploration and experimentation. From essential to joyful, art for art’s sake is seeing a renewed appeal, and fun and happiness are reigning over practicality and utilitarianism.
For a long time, fashion has held sway over provocative design intended to challenge and drive aesthetic shifts. However, the post-austerity era shifted design attitudes to become more essentialist. The overall design landscape became homogenized, as designers played it safe by catering to good taste conceptions. In a backlash, design direction and color palettes are becoming more expressive and challenging, at times verging on bad taste. Recent catwalk shows have taken on increasingly joyful aesthetics.
Veteran provocateurs such as Henrik Vibskov, Walter Van Beirendonck, Vivienne Westwood and Jeremy Scott are being joined by new upstarts such as Collective Das Leben am Haverkamp and Charles Jeffrey. Even Calvin Klein, historically associated with essentialist,

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What to Watch: The Trends

From baggy denim silhouettes and casual corduroys to unexpected statement logos, the fall runways offered a flood of fashion trends for men — a few of which will undoubtedly migrate from the catwalk to the mainstream over coming seasons. As Nelson Mui, men’s fashion director for Hudson’s Bay at the time, said in February during the shows: “With the political and business climate so uncertain, it felt like everyone wanted the comfort of commercial trends. It was the most commercial season in a while.” Here, a look at some of the men’s trends hitting store floors now.

Topman Men’s Fall 2017 
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Baggy Denim
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Andrea Pompilio Men’s Fall 2017 

Casual Corduroy
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Maiden Noir

Raf Simons Men’s Fall 2017 

Statement Logos
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Millennial Fashion Trends and Purges at Resale

Data from online thrift store ThredUp shows what brands and items are hot and trending this summer, as well as what consumers are purging from their closets.
As for trends, hello Millennial pink — still the hot color for summer, but that means goodbye to coral. According to the resale site, there’s been a 99 percent increase in items purchased in the new shade of pink, while the site reported a 104 percent increase in purged coral-shaded bags and apparel items.
Metallics on the print side are in, with a 99 percent increase in purchased items, while floral prints saw a 104 percent increase in items purged from closets and sent to ThredUp.
ThredUp consumers — many of whom are Millennials — are searching for wide-legged jeans, and there was a 10 percent increase in items that featured the wide-legged style in a medium wash. Excised from closets — at a 103 percent increase — were cropped jeans in dark washes. Still hot among consumers is distressed denim, which was purchased 85 percent more than the average on the resale site. Losing some of its cool factor are apparel items — including jeans — with frayed edges, which are being purged 2.7 percent

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FCD Founder Simon Collins Plans to Take Concept to China With Trends Media Group’s Su Mang

ROAD SHOW: With this year’s installment of Fashion Culture Design two weeks away, founder Simon Collins is planning to take the concept to Beijing in late October or early November.
Partnering with Su Mang, president and chief executive officer of Trends Media Group, Collins said, “The way I’m looking at it is a cross between the Met Gala and TED. We’ll be bringing in a huge amount of the leading voices and faces in Chinese fashion and culture, and taking a great number of people over from the West to be part of our conversation. The way we run our conversations is very much as a think tank so it’s going to be a new experience.”
Still ironing out whether it will be a two- or three-day event, as well as the location, Collins said he was very conscious about making it “of China.” With 500 to 1,000 the target number for the China edition, Collins said the mission there is to share information. “I want people in there who are going to do something with the information,” he said. “We want to take the questions that we’re posing at FCD in New York, figure out how relevant they are to China

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8 Pinterest Summer Beauty Trends Blowing Up Right Now

These are the top 8 most searched summer beauty terms on Pinterest right now — super helpful for your summer beauty inspiration mood boards.
Tattly’s scented temporary tattoos are about to be everywhere this summer, and you’ll understand why when you see them.
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7 Spring Lipstick Trends You’re About to See Everywhere

Color trends like bright red, unapologetic magenta, and concentrated orange were all over the runways, and now they should be all over your lips.
We’ve rounded up the pieces that tap into the season’s best trends. Shop our picks ahead.
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MAGIC Fall 2017 Fashion Trends: Statement Sleeves

Echoing runway offerings, assortments at UBM’s MAGIC trade show place strong emphasis on sleeves for fall. Dramatic shapes and fresh details make arms key focal points, with volume reigning supreme and tweaked constructions providing edge and interest.
With designers like Chloé, Carven and 3.1 Phillip Lim fueling their momentum in recent seasons, bell silhouettes have now gained prominence at MAGIC and are leading garments in the bohemian direction that’s beloved by juniors and young contemporary markets, while evoking retro Sixties and Seventies aesthetics. A key look for resort and one that’s sure to dominate next summer’s music festivals, flared sleeves appear on dresses, jackets and tops — knit or woven, with updates ranging from tiers created by drawstrings, as featured on a crepe number by Evidnt, to pleating at the elbows of a Free People blouse.
For shoppers who gravitate toward delicate aesthetics, large flounces soften button-ups when placed along dropped-shoulder seams and oversize ruffles are reshaped into billowy, poet-style poufs. While speaking to current tastes, these sleeves are also classically romantic and appeal to feminine women of all ages.
Texture now replaces color as designers’ blocking method of choice, which translates into sleeves in contrasting fabrics or knit patterns. Tactile surfaces, as well as volume, are also accomplished via rows of ruffles or fringe — a

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Top Trends From New York Fashion Week: Men’s

A trip down Nineties memory lane, the return of the puffer, a new take on the young suit and everything in corduroy were some of the trends that shaped a multifaceted New York Fashion Week: Men’s. The week was full of mixed messages, some loving slogans and others with more political undertones. Here, a few of the key directions for fall.

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CES 2017: The top trends in new TVs

CES 2017: The top trends in new TVsFor many, many years, the message of CES for television owners boiled down to “here’s why your TV sucks.” But as picture quality has increased upwards, the amount of set suckage inflicted by keeping last year’s model has diminished. So what’s a TV vendor supposed to do to get you to retire a perfectly adequate high-definition TV for something newer and shinier, preferably with a healthy profit margin?

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Seven New Honeymoon Trends for 2017

If you’re planning a honeymoon for 2017, chances are the traditional luxury beach hotel option isn’t even on your agenda.


With more couples having travelled together before tying the knot, newlyweds are looking at more unusual ways to ensure this is a once-in-a-lifetime trip. So if you’re wondering how to make yours more memorable, I’ve tracked down eight of the biggest honeymoon trends for 2017.

What could be more memorable that a honeymoon which gives something back? The trend to book volunteer trips is guaranteed to give you more of a warm glow than soaking up the sun on the beach – everything from booking with farm owners on Airbnb to luxury volunteering honeymoons arranged through companies such as Hands Up Holidays.


Combining more than one destination is a trend that’s just getting more and more popular, with the number of couples choosing a multi-destination honeymoon doubling from 35% to 70% over the past five years according to research by Westin Hotels. It could be a more classic city and beach, culture and chill or safari and sand option, or a more adventurous mix with several off-the-beaten-track countries.

Stay close to home
The same survey found that if you’re not packing in the whole world, you’re probably making the most of what’s on the doorstep with 75% of American couples honeymooning in the US and Canada over the past five years, and travel to Europe dropping by half. A great option for the increasing numbers honeymooning with their kids, there’s endless choice when it comes to picking an itinerary.


Body and soul
Wellness is a growing trends for vacations in general so it’s no surprise it’s also influencing our honeymoons – in fact, 80% of those surveyed were more active and health-conscious during their honeymoon than at home. The trend goes far beyond a nice spa treatment too, covering anything from tailored wellbeing breaks to honeymoons created around a specific activity from adventure hiking and mountain biking to watersports and new fitness classes.

Road trips
What’s more romantic than the open road? And road trips are a great way to combine several trends in one – where better to explore than the scenery and cities of America and Canada, the chance to see multiple destinations, to get active and to tick off a few bucket list stops. It could be the classic Route 66, trading motels for luxury accommodation, or surfing and hiking through California, but it’s one of the easiest ways to ensure a trip that’s perfect for the two of you.


Small cruises
Cruise ships just get bigger and bigger, with more and more exciting additions on board – but if you want an intimate private experience for the two of you, it can be tricky to find among the crowds. Instead, smaller luxury boats with under 100 passengers have the usual temptations of a cruise with the chance to explore in comfort, including ports the larger vessels can’t reach, but offer a totally different atmosphere.

Gourmet getaways
These days, chefs are our celebrities, cooking shows are what we binge watch and even if you wouldn’t attempt a soufflé there’s nothing to stop you indulging in one. From gourmet street food to 12-course tasting extravaganzas, food-to-table seasonal menus, even salt sommeliers, you can plan an entire honeymoon around the best foodie experiences. Bon voyage – and bon appetit!

* Jane Anderson is editor of 101 Honeymoons

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Here’s How to Shop 5 of Fall’s Biggest Fashion Trends Without Stretching Your Wallet

Fall is upon us, and that means—drumroll, please—it’s shopping season! Nailing some of this season’s top trends doesn’t mean you have to empty your wallet, though. Focus on one statement piece at a time, and we’re bringing them all to you for under $ 175. Find your favorite trend (or trends, they’re all pretty terrific!) below and start shopping now.

Sophisticated Bohemian:
Get the ’70s boho with a printed midi or maxidress, and top it with a tailored blazer or a suede vest. Finish the look with a saddle bag.


Shop the trend:

Genuine suede fringed vest, $ 45, forever21.com; Wayf keyhole midi dress, $ 78, nordstrom.com; New Look whipstitch saddle bag, $ 32, asos.com

Eclectic Schoolgirl:
Mix and match your favorite collegiate patterns—tweed, plaid and striped knits— for a modern schoolgirl look.

Miu Miu

Shop the trend:

BDG Casey ribbed-knit cropped sweater, $ 49, urbanoutfitters.com; plaid faux wrap mini, $ 18, forever21.com; leopard faux-fur coat, $ 52, revolve.com

’70s Prep:
Channel Jackie O’s elongating silhouettes and classic accessories by opting for silk blouses, striped sweaters, flared flared trousers, and suede accessories.

Frame Denim

Shop the trend:

Silken stripe blouse, $ 70, tommyhilfiger.com; classic flare jeans, $ 40, jcrew.com; Baba O’Riley belt, $ 25, nastygal.com

Youthful Vintage:
Florals, cardigans, tortoiseshell glasses, and vintage jewelry mix with slinky silhouettes to give this look a modern vibe.


Shop the trend:

Mona clear-lense tortoise frames, $ 12, boohoo.com; fringed faux-leather loafers, $ 30, forever21.com; floral-print dress, $ 120, mango.com

Studs and leather turn pretty white lace on its head with this romantic twist on the traditionally gothic look.


Shop the trend:

Leading Role suede lace-up heels, $ 36, lulus.com; Topshop velvet-trim embroidered lace dress, $ 90, nordstrom.com; studded faux-leather cross-body, $ 25, forever21.com

For more on fall fashion trends see:
How to Master the Thigh-High Boot Trend
The Fall Fashion Trends You Should Try Based on Your Sign

Have you picked your fall shoes out yet? These shoe and boot trends will definitely get your noticed!

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Your Fall Fashion Horoscope: The Trends You Should Try Based on Your Sign

We’re thisclose to autumn, making now the perfect time to figure out which of fall 2015’s trends you want to incorporate in your wardrobe. Because all that fashion can be a bit overwhelming (in the best possible way, of course), we decided to do the only logical thing: consult the stars. Loft teamed up with Stefanie Iris Weiss and Sherene Schostak, a.k.a. the Saturn Sisters, for a series of fall horoscopes and gave us the chance to chat with them about the best fall trend for different astrological signs.

Sign: Aries
Best fall trend: Statement earrings


“As a rambunctious Ram, you tumble into new situations headfirst, sometimes without thinking, and a pair of statement earrings announce your arrival in advance. You’re brave, impetuous sign actually rules the head, so accentuating yours with can’t-turn-away jewelry is definitely the right call.” Kendra Scott earrings, $ 55, kendrascott.com

Sign: Taurus
Best fall trend: Turtlenecks


“You were born to make everything around you super cozy, and a formfitting turtleneck does the trick in an instant. This choice keeps you comfortable all season long.” Cos wool sweater, $ 69, cosstores.com

Sign: Gemini
Best fall trend: Neon


“Not many signs can rock neon, but as a fashion-forward, always-on-trend Gem, it’s an easy choice. You’re a born communicator, and flash of bright, bold color is just another way of announcing the presence of your genius before you’ve even opened your mouth.” J.Crew cashmere sweater, $ 198, jcrew.com

Sign: Cancer
Best fall trend: Winter florals


“You were born to soothe and nurture everyone around you, but you often forget that a little bit of self-care goes a long way. Swathed in delicious, alluring winter florals, you’ll be transported back to the lush and abundant month of your birth, even if, baby, it’s still cold outside.” Loft dress, $ 90, loft.com

Sign: Leo
Best fall trend: Over-the-knee boots


“As the zodiac’s most beloved drama queen, you make sartorial statements that say, ‘Turn on the floodlights: I have arrived!’ Adding a pair of over-the-knee boots to your fall wardrobe does just that; there’s no way you won’t be noticed when you confidently stride into the room.” Ivanka Trump boots, $ 179, lordandtaylor.com

Sign: Virgo
Best fall trend: White or cream monochrome


“You’re having a really good year, Virgo, thanks to lucky Jupiter’s presence in your sign. Take that auspiciousness to the next level by rocking your signature look: all white. White is your color, and no one wears pure, unadulterated perfection quite like you.” Apiece Apart shirt, $ 310, apieceapart.com

Sign: Libra
Best fall trend: Skinny scarf


“You just can’t help it: elegance, glamour, and beauty are practically oozing out of your perfectly sized pores. A thin, skinny scarf, artfully tied around your lovely neck, shows the world that you might just be another incarnation of Jackie O.” Nasty Gal scarf, $ 18, nastygal.com

Sign: Scorpio
Best fall trend: All black


“You were born to brood in the chicest way possible, and wearing all black is a simple, direct way to embody your feminine toughness. In the darkest head-to-toe hues, you’re telling everyone that you’re a Scorpio, through and through. Only the powerful need apply.” Misha Nonoo jacket, $ 595, mishanonoo.com

Sign: Sagittarius
Best fall trend: Flares


“You’re the zodiac’s gypsy spirit, so looks inspired by the sixties are just your jam, Sadge. This easy-breezy bohemian look says, ‘I’m about to jet off on yet another adventure.’ You may not even know where you’re going until you get there, but in leg-flattering flares, the journey is just as important as the destination.” Siwy jeans, $ 238, siwydenim.com

Sign: Capricorn
Best fall trend: Utility jacket


“You’re endlessly practical and continually amaze your colleagues and friends with your ability to get things done with little fuss. Are you actually a super hero, Capricorn? This fall you’ll totally rule the world in an on-trend utility coat. So many pockets in which to stash the tools of your world-dominating trade.” Loft anorak, $ 90, loft.com

Sign: Aquarius
Best fall trend: ’70s


“No era in history better befits your quirky, eccentric fashion sense. This fall, you can dress like you think: like a crazy, beautiful genius torn between going to Studio 54 or a feminist consciousness-raising meeting. The seventies may have been four decades ago, but it was way ahead of its time—and so are you.” H&M dress, $ 15, hm.com

Sign: Pisces
Best fall trend: Velvet shoes


“Your dreamy, compassionate sign rules the feet, so it’s always important to treat yours to the very best. This fall, add a pair of elegant velvet shoes to your ethereal repertoire. They will remind you to stand your stylish ground even as you rescue all the people and animals around you, as you’re always wont to do.” Jimmy Choo flats, $ 550, jimmychoo.com

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Hot Off the Runway: Women’s Fashion Trends for Fall

If you want to be on the cutting edge of fashion for fall, don’t look to shop windows, look to the future! As I often tell my clients, if you see it in stores, it’s already out, which is why I keep an eye on global trend forecasts. This week at MAGIC, the semiannual fashion trade show in Las Vegas, I soaked up the latest in men’s and women’s lifestyle and apparel trends, color trends, and much, much more.

In a seminar led by Melissa Moylan, Creative Director of Womenswear at FashionSnoops (a trend forecasting agency), I got the scoop on global trends for gals next year (fall/winter ’16-17). So if you’re a buyer, a designer, or a forward-thinking fashionista, read on! FashionSnoops identified four major up-and-coming trend stories for fall: Method + Madness, Weekender, Raven, and Varsity Daze. And while each of these distinct trends is uniquely inspired, they do share some common elements–colors, fabrics, silhouettes, and details–you can look out for regardless of your affinity for any particular trend.


Hues predicted to be popular for winter come from an earthy and warm, yet bold, color palette. Neutrals such as Ivory, Biscuit, Flax, Camel, Toffee, and Dust Grey form a supple base for the richer, more vibrant colors in the Fall ’16 color story.

Vintage hues and jewel tones also play an important role across global trend forecasts with colors like Forest, Navy, Plum, Crimson, Scarlet Fever (a bright, orange-based red) and Roast (a chocolatey espresso brown) laying a foundation of deep undertones.

Mid-tones and accent colors include Olive, Pea, Marigold, Tangerine, Cyan, Teal, and Indigo, along with my personal favorites (for their freshness): Baby Blue, Rose Taupe, Bronze, and Lavender Grey.


The key silhouettes to look out for in ladies’ fall fashion are A-line skirts and dresses (in both mid-lengths and floor dusters), culottes, and wide-leg pants. Also predicted to turn heads are turtlenecks and mock turtlenecks, as well as oversized sweaters, blanket coats, and floor-length overcoats.


According to the forecast, textiles such as boiled and compressed wools, twills, tweeds, and chunky knits will keep you both stylish and warm when the weather start to cool. On the softer side, sheer satin, chiffon, cozy cashmere, and plush, teddy-bear-like fabrics (think: wearable Ted) will be white-hot for winter.


Already dangling in your favorite boutiques, suede fringe will continue to play a prominent role in apparel and accessories. (Ladies, it’s time to let your inner cowgirl lose!) Lace and laser cut-outs are two details also forecasted to remain strong. Keep an eye out for vintage-y patches and appliqués; think old-school letterman jackets and sweaters, along with team pennants and athletic patches. In a nod to handicraft, big buttons, quilting, and patchwork will also be popular, while updated ditsies, graphics, and photography will spice up patterns and prints. As for footwear, the wedge bootie is predicted to give your seasonal style a kick!

So if you want your winter wardrobe to weather more than just one season–while still being on the forefront of fashion–start stocking your closet now with vintage-inspired colors and details; cozy, oversized knits; and cowgirl-meets-Little-House-on-the-Prairie fabrics and accessories.

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And for those seeking even more precise color direction, check out these hues (specific to the F/W 16/17 season) from Pantone.

Light Neutrals:
Pantone 11-0107
Pantone 13-0907
Pantone 15-1309
Pantone 16-1432
Pantone 17-1340
Pantone 14-4103

Dark Jewel Tones:
Pantone 19-0415
Pantone 19-5220
Pantone 19-4019
Pantone 19-3920
Pantone 19-3520
Pantone 19-1863
Pantone 19-1664
Pantone 19-1317

Mid-Tone Accents:
Pantone 18-0430
Pantone 15-0743
Pantone 17-1048
Pantone 15-1054
Pantone 19-4535
Pantone 19-4241
Pantone 19-3920

My Personal Favorites:
Pantone 14-4318
Pantone 18-3916
Pantone 16-1412
Pantone 16-1509
Pantone 16-1325
Pantone 13-3804




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Take a Spin in These 6 New Shoe and Boot Trends this Fall

Everyone enjoys a social media moment that goes viral, but one such viral moment last week hit home for the team here at Conde Nast, Glamour’s headquarters. And Louboutins were involved.

Serious Louboutin drama in the Conde Nast lobby…

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Yep, right here at Glamour HQ, one nameless woman’s Christian Louboutin pump got lodged in the slats of our escalators. While we’re glad to report the shoe’s owner was ok, the stilleto, alas, was not. The picture, taken by our very own Lead Writer, Leah Melby, was picked up by blogs and papers across the city, including The Cut and The New York Post. RIP pretty pumps.

The Louboutin debacle got us thinking…there’s no better place to show off your shoes than on an escalator! So our Senior Accessories Editor, Elissa Velluto, curated a selection of the best fall shoe styles, which were filmed (safely) on those very same escalators.

And perhaps that’s the last pair of stilettos to go down via the well-shod steps of the Conde Nast escalators—because fall 2015 is all about chunky heels, embellished flats, and low-heeled Mary Janes, with nary a skinny stem in sight. Check out the best of the best shoes, booties, and block-heels in our brand-new video! Hey, it just might go viral.

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7 Childhood Trends From The 2015 Paris Couture Week Runways

Haute couture is often viewed as spectacle rather than practical wear. But here we are at the end of Paris Couture Fashion Week, thinking of all the things we could wear from designers like Elie Saab and Fendi

If there’s one trend we noticed it’s that some of our childhood outfits made it down the runway. Remember the Champagne-colored Jessica McClintock gowns from junior prom? Ralph & Russo is trying to make them a thing. Oh, and striped tights? Looks like Jean Paul Gaultier is calling for a resurgence. 

Check out the childhood trends that sauntered down the runway and be inspired to play some dress-up this weekend. 

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12 of Your Favorite Summer Camp Trends Are All Grown Up


Nostalgic for the care-free days of summer camp? Though you may have outgrown the canoeing, craft-making, and color wars that made up the childhood experience, allow us to offer you a consolation prize: The trends you loved as a kid—friendship bracelets, tie-dye, ringer tees, and more—are back and all grown up. Take styling tips for how to rock these pieces as an adult from any of the 12 stylish ladies featured.


Atlantic Pacific

Elevate tie-dye, the ultimate summer camp DIY, with single-hue prints in tailored silhouettes—think a midi skirt or shirtdress.


Where Did U Get That

Shredded denim shorts don’t have to be tossed now that you’ve entered adulthood. Create your own from an old pair of jeans, then pair them with a crisp, tailored top and elegant shoes to make them feel more styled.


Sincerely Jules

As a child, campfire nights called for crewneck sweatshirts, but the cozy style has reentered the wardrobe mix in a totally different way. Try styling it with a ladylike skirt and heels for a summer Friday at the office.


We Wore What

If you’re looking for casual, cool comfort turn to a pair of Converse sneakers. The rubber-soled classic works with everything from denim to silk chiffon!


Something Navy

Add a little pop to a monochromatic outfit with a ringer tee. The piece lends an athletic flair to feminine items.


Look de Pernille

If you haven’t jumped on the overalls train yet, summer is the perfect chance to do it. As a child you probably wore them with little more than a bathing suit underneath, but as an adult we suggest paring them with a crisp button-down shirt and flats.


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Patches, the ultimate badges of honor and skill, now function as little accents that personalize leather bags and jeans alike.

Friendship bracelets, arguably the most quintessential summer camp piece, can be worked as an adult with a few minor tweaks. Go with a tassel bracelet, an updated version of the camp staple, then upgrade it with bracelets and bangles made of silver and gold.


The Northern Light

For camping trips and drives to get ice cream, a backpack was always a must. These days, they’re back in buttery soft leather that looks just as chic as every other bag silhouette on the market.


Peace Love Shea

Though Soffee shorts served their purpose while playing soccer and baseball, as we got older the slouchy and sporty style was was benched. But in soft leather, textured linen, or tweed, the style feels more grown-up and elevated.


Camille Over The Rainbow

We crowned pool slides and Birkenstocks one of eight ugly trends we refuse to give up, and with good reason. Sometimes a gal just wants to be comfortable! Use them as the off-kilter finish to either a full-on normcore-inspired look or to style down a tailored look of trousers and a silk blouse.


Fashion Me Now

One-piece bathing suits once conjured up memories of unflattering athletic garments, but all that has changed. With cutouts, ties, cute trims, and interesting silhouettes, one-piece bathing suits are chicer than ever. See how you can style them for beyond the beach!

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GoldGirl’s Jewelry Trends to Watch for!

As I entered the Wynn Hotel’s ballroom for The Couture Jewelry Show, my eyes were immediately drawn to the annual plethora of sparkle and shine. After three years I’ve learned to navigate my way through the booths to find the best of the best, while also zoning in on particular jewelry trends that could be seen throughout the upcoming year. While it is definitely a “sales” show, Couture could also be dubbed as an incubator for the futures best fashion and styles.

Besides all the sparkle, what I love most about Couture is that each collection has an artist standing behind it, literally. As you approach a booth, the artist is typically there and can explain their technique, story, and craft. They all show the same passion on day 3 as they did on day 1, which is impressive considering the successful turnout for this year’s show.

Each year I’ve dedicated a blog post to share the pieces that relate to an overall trend for the upcoming year and I am quite excited about the variety that I saw- as you would expect, the designers continue to get more and more inventive and gold continuously remains the precious metal of choice.

Here are my 2015’s best trends seen at Couture 2015:

Pearls: Slice ’em, dice ’em, hang ’em – they are making a comeback in the most unconventional way yet still maintain a classy and elegant appeal in fine jewelry.

Above are just a few of my favorite pieces being done by Couture newbie Jordan Alexander Jewelry. I fell in love with the leather snakeskin cuff with a sliced pearl surrounded by 18kt and diamonds.

Whimsical and perfect 18kt with pearls Monkey earrings by Marc Alary

A Longer Chain: While layering and stacking has been a constant trend, I have noticed many designers elongating a single necklace to add a longer layer of necklaces.

Alison Cohen, APC PR, demonstrates the ideal look wearing all Kismet by Milka.

A long simple and elegant lariat in 18kt by Jade Trau.

A serious piece! This 18kt necklace with diamonds is by Gumuchian. It can also transform into two pieces and be worn as a bracelet/necklace set!

Playful Pink Gemstones: Last year was the year of the fire Opals and deep blue Lapis Lazuli stones. While those gorgeous stones will never ever dare to go out of style, new light was shed on its cousin stone – the beautiful pink opal and quartz.


The most beautiful collection of pink rings in his well-known “fluid” design by Fernando Jorge in 18kt gold.

The Neverending pink opal with 14kt ring and bangle by Jade Jagger

A rose quartz stone necklace by Noor Fares.

Suzanne Kalan rose quartz earrings surrounded by her signature baguette diamond design.

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The 10 Hottest Trends For Spring Weddings

Pretty pastels, sky-high cakes, bold brows and gold foil paper are all trending for spring. Here’s how to make them yours.

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Bold Brows and Colored Nails

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A well-shaped brow can totally transform your best features, so don’t be tempted to over-tweeze! Instead, blend over-plucked or sparse areas with a brow pencil in a matching shade (try to stick with a hue that’s one to two shades from your natural hair color). Pair with a pale pink lip for a stunning, natural bridal look. And while you’re at it, add just a little intensity to that mani. Bridal nails are getting a subtle wash of color thanks to some pastel-hued polishes in shades of soft peach and light lavender. It’s enough color to be noticed while still being refined.

Pastels Aplenty

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Spring is all about pastels (think: soft yellow, blush pink and light lavender). Layer with shiny metallics like copper and rose gold for a luxe look, or pair with neutrals like gray and taupe to keep the palette from feeling too “Easter.” And don’t be afraid to mix more than two colors. Try dressing your bridesmaids in various shades or create pairings for individual elements of your wedding, like lavender and mint for the ceremony, champagne and yellow for the cocktail hour, and gray and pale blue for the reception. Also hot, Pantone’s Color of the Year, marsala. Because this wine-like hue has rich undertones, pair it with ice blue to soften the look.

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Sassy Skirts

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We know how hard it can be to pick just one wedding dress, but thanks to designers like Monique Lhuillier, Dennis Basso and Romona Keveza, you can get two dresses in one. These gorgeous silhouettes with removable skirts stole the show at Bridal Fashion Week and have become a must-have for fashion-forward brides everywhere. Now you can look glamorous for your strut down the aisle and also be ready to boogie come reception time.

Tall Tiers

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Wedding cakes are on the rise — in tiers, that is. We’re talking five and six layers, plus the return of columns to give the confections even more height. These sugar masterpieces are as elegant as ever with bold sugar flowers, detailed patterns and pretty piping. A wedding cake is like the exclamation point to your day, so why not go big and tall?

Passed Eats

Larissa Cleveland Photography

From artisan spirits to interactive food stations, spring receptions are all about the eats and specialty sips. If you’re opposed to a sit-down dinner, consider this new twist on food stations: Serve a whole meal in small plates passed by servers. Your caterer can create a menu that moves from light cocktail bites to heavier hors d’oeuvres and finishes with something sweet. Your guests will be free to chat and move about the party (no bad table assignments here!) and still get fed. Consider sourcing locally produced spirits or having a bar stocked with a single liquor (whiskey is pretty popular), bitters and colorful glassware so guests can help themselves.

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Floral Prints

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Add a pop of color with a pretty floral pattern. Pastel, floral-print bridal gowns were big on the spring runways. Want to stick with white? Dress your bridesmaids in a happy print instead. You could even opt for printed floral pocket squares for the guys to tie the whole bridal party look together.

Spring Greens and Blooms

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Embrace this blooming season in full force. Green garlands of ivy, lemon leaves or seeded eucalyptus will add a fresh look to long feasting tables or aisles. Or opt for flowering branches, like cherry blossoms or forsythia–they’ll add height to your reception tables and make for easy conversation. Take advantage of spring flowers like sweet peas, lilacs, hyacinths, tulips and peonies (everyone’s favorite wedding flower). Choosing in-season stems gives you the freshest flowers and the most bang for your buck.

Estate Gems

Engagement ring, $ 11,250, TrumpetAndHorn.com

One-of-a-kind engagement rings are trending. Brides and grooms are not only embracing warm tone metals like yellow and rose gold, they’re seeking out unique estate pieces as well. Want a brand-new ring, but love the vintage-heirloom look? Designers like Catbird, Anna Sheffield and Trumpet and Horn are creating vintage-inspired designs that give you the best of both worlds.

Gaga for Gold

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Gold foil reigns! The foil trend — gold, rose gold, sliver and copper — is here to stay. From light dustings to full-on gold rushes, this luxe printing technique can add a fancy touch to an otherwise casual invitation, or can really dress up black-tie correspondence. Bold pops of color are also trending (think: your envelope, a vibrant belly band or a colorful patterned invite backing).

Haute Hair

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If you’re not the veil-wearing type, you’re in luck. This spring is all about the hair accessory. From ethereal tiaras to flowering vines and bridal hats, there’s something for every bridal look. Choose a piece that complements the style of your dress, like a gold-leaf tiara paired with a long-sleeve gown. If you want to modify your look between the ceremony and reception without changing your dress, switch up your hair accessory to something more playful.

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4 Ways to Master Summer’s Trickiest Fashion Trends

The countdown to summer 2015 is officially on. At this point you’ve got your essentials and you’ve got most of the latest trends down. But there are a few trends every summer that are always a bit tricky to pull off. Enter Claire Distenfeld, owner of the posh New York City boutique Fivestory. With news of the three-year-old boutique launching e-commerce this week, we decided to peruse the site and see how the fabulously fashionable Distenfeld models some of the most chic, but challenging, looks out there.


Balmain cardigan, Gap T-shirt, Lyn Devon trousers, and Chloe espadrilles.

Printed Pants: “I always say balance, balance, balance,” muses Distenfeld as she models pineapple print trousers with a Gap white T-shirt and crisp white cardigan. “If the pants are fun and loud, keep the top and shoes as simple as possible—white T-shirts are my favorite, white button-downs are great too.” She also advises to avoid wearing colored tops with printed pants. But at the end of the day it’s not just what you style them with. Says Distenfeld: “You have to own them! Strut in them and let them speak to your personality.”


Cushnie et Ochs top, Giamba culottes, Chloe espadrilles, Smoke and Mirrors sunglasses.

Crop Tops: Crop tops have become a perennial summer trend, but if you’re shy about baring your midriff, choose an in-between option. This Cushnie et Ochs shirt has a crop top underneath with a flowing tank overlay, giving you the crop top feel but covering you from the front and back. “As I said before, balance is my mantra,” says the store owner. “Crop tops allow me to get there, whether it’s with wide-leg pants, a long flowy skirt, or a pair of culotte shorts.”


Cushnie et Ochs dress, Alexandre Birman sandals, and a Rauwolf clutch.

Cutouts: “Cutouts are always a great way to take something average and add a little pizzazz to it,” says Distenfeld. “The little glimpses of skin that one does not usually show create such a moment of feminine power.” In order to avoid looking too sexy in cutouts, choose a neutral color, like this khaki green dress. “In its essence, khaki is a workman’s fabric so it creates a nice balance of masculine and feminine.”


Emilia Wickstead romper, Nicholas Kirkwood platforms.

The Dressy Romper: Get ready to trade in your cocktail dress for a fancy romper! When looking for a dressy romper, consider the color and cut. “This romper’s high neck and conservative cut keeps the elegance on top while being playful and fun on the bottom,” Distenfeld says. “I’d definitely wear it to a cocktail party or a non-black-tie event.”

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Ditch The Trends, Liberate The Risque, And Create A Wedding Of Your Dreams

Tell me, honestly, how many times have you seen the image of the same floral peony bouquet wrapped in blush tulle on your Facebook feed or bridal magazines or the wedding blogs you follow? Too many, right? After a while it seems as if you are looking at the same wedding over and over again on all the different social media channels. But, really, they are not the same wedding.

So, how about we drop the notion that we need to follow the trends in order to make our wedding look incredibly gorgeous? How about we embrace the ‘un-think’ and work towards creating a little bit of ‘ish’ so that those photos that we look at years down the road remind us of what we were made of, and who we really were.

As a photographer, I always encourage my couples to talk to me about things, places and colors that inspire them, and that they enjoy together. We then work out a details of a session (both engagement and wedding) that allows them to explore those passions and interests. We work together to create a comfortable camaraderie so that there is room for a little adventure and authenticity.

To all the engaged couples out there, please know that your most special day, your wedding, doesn’t have to be color coordinated to the rhythm of popular trends. It should instead represent your silliness, your quirkiness, your crazy awesome love. And, when it comes to photographs, rest assured, you will be proud to show those photos to your grandkids.

So, how about I help you find out a few ways you can achieve that:

1. Erase the trend, and fill in with your passion
When you sit down to plan your wedding, the first thing you need to do is block the word “trendy” or “trends” from your planning dictionary. Instead, list out the places you’ve traveled together to and pick out your favorite from them and what aspects about that place made it your favorite. Maybe you want to include some elements of that place in your wedding. Or if you like to go to museums together, bring in elements from that in your wedding, such as, small terrarium boxes as favors (tons of vendors on etsy), decorate with vines and leaves instead of flowers or buy mini canvas from a craft store and create your own masterpieces for your guests as favors.

[The bride and groom crafted this stunning gold backdrop for their wedding]

2. Be bold
Honestly, what makes a wedding memorable are the photos. So, look for a photographer who can capture your beautiful relationship as is. Have your engagement session in a trapeze studio if you like flying, and during the wedding day, allow the photographer to really get in and dirty with all the emotions exploding around. Don’t go for the safe shots, go for those photos that scream “you” and allocate enough time for the photographer to create those sick bride and groom portraits for your during sunset. You will be thanking me later.


3. Keep it close, keep it personal
Sometimes the best settings are when you have the time and energy to celebrate your wedding with each and every soul who made the effort to attend it. So, don’t worry about numbers. If you have only 30 people to invite, then rock on! For instance, charter a boat and celebrate in style with those who really matter. Everyone else can enjoy via those super awesome photos!


4. Unique venues, with unique voices
Yes, a venue sets the mood and expectations for the day. So, don’t let that go dry in a ballroom. From yachts to zoos to state parks to public libraries to old mining mills…the possibilities are endless. Let the venue speak uniquely of your unique love story.


5. Dress up, dress right or dress left
What’s in a wedding dress? A lot, that I agree with. But, again, who says that a gold sequined gown with your grandmother’s lace is any less gorgeous than that $ 20,000 couture one that every bride has already worn. And, who says that bridesmaid wearing pant suits is a total shocker? That’s right…no one. So, don’t let the fashion gods dampen your fashionably forward spirit. If it feels right, guess what, it probably is right.


Listen, I am no expert at wedding planning, but after having been in the industry for a while I can safely say that following your heart and liberating its power in the planning process can do wonders. From the details to the glorious photos – you will be truly see your love shine. And, who wants to see the same peony bouquet wrapped in blush tulle for the millionth time?


Anyone? Anyone?



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Men’s Hairstyle Trends on the Runway: Long Vs. Slick

A longtime favorite of stylists, slick hair was the go-to look at the fall men’s runway collections. An extreme slicked-back style with high shine, hair was given slightly more volume for an overly dramatic look. Although a bit predictable, this look has the potential to gain popularity once again.
Long hair is no longer a woman’s prerogative. Taking its cue from the rock music scene, this season’s looks included mostly medium and long textured hairstyles with a messy finish. This hairstyle is not expected to be a temporary trend, so anyone opting to grow out their hair will surely find plenty of inspirational images.

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This Hilarious Video Boils Down The Makeup Trends We Need To Leave Behind In 2014

As 2014 comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the pretty moments… and the not so pretty moments of the year past.

Thankfully, YouTube vlogger and makeup artist, Jackie Aina aka Makeup Game On Point, released a video that is one of the funniest, most honest end-of-year roundups we’ve seen to date. Although she usually executes sleek tutorials on eyeshadow and more, this beauty guru gets playful (and mad real) with the makeup styles that made 2014 so… special. Yes, we’re talking about contouring (among other fads).

Check out Aina’s hilarious video above and see which beauty trends need to stay in 2014, and 2014 only. And when in doubt, remember Aina’s wise words: “Your lashes should not be able to slice a pizza in half.”

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8 So-Called Wedding ‘Trends’ We’re Calling B.S. On

Bridal magazines and blogs are quick to grab onto the latest “trend.” Sometimes, those judgments seem reasonable — we can totally see short wedding dresses taking off. But when media outlets declare donkey weddings or marijuana weddings the hot new wedding fad, we can’t help but roll our eyes. Here are eight wedding “trends” we’re calling B.S. on:

1. Donkey weddings


Some people may try to convince you that having a donkey at your wedding is a thing. Sure enough, an Arizona company called Haul N Ass Productions has trained donkeys — err, “beer burros” — to be wedding party entertainment. The donkeys walk around wearing saddle bags filled with beer for your guests and are billed as a great “ice breaker.” Or you could just like, hire a bartender instead. That works too.

2. Robot weddings

In the U.S. and Japan, couples have been using robots like the four-foot-tall i-Fairy to officiate their wedding ceremonies. If you want to participate in this trend anomaly, you can call up Oscar the Wedding Robot who is based in Minneapolis and can serve as “officiant, ring bearer, flower girl, videographer, usher, reader, dancer, child charmer, or speech giver.”

3. “Hand lifts” for better engagement ring selfies (aka “relfies”).

Apparently, some women have undergone plastic surgery on their hands for a better selfie of their engagement ring. The surgery involves having fillers implanted to give hands a smoother appearance. Media outlets jumped on the story, and earlier this year, NYC dermatologist Dr. Ariel Ostad told SELF that he’s seen a 40 percent increase in requests. Cue eye roll.

4. Shadow weddings


If your wedding is designed to be the perfect moment to declare your love for your spouse while looking beautiful, the “shadow wedding” is meant to be the exact opposite. Conceived by two California therapists, the shadow wedding takes place a week before a couple’s actual wedding ceremony in order to “celebrate” the couple’s unpleasant, unromantic baggage. The couple dresses in shlumpy clothes and makes depressing vow statements like, “I vow to be controlling and always think that I know what is best for you.” While it’s meant to offer a more honest counter to the idealized fairy tale wedding, it mostly sounds uncomfortable for everybody involved — and so not a trend.

5. Social media wedding concierge


Earlier this year, the W Hotel announced a new “social media wedding concierge” service to help you craft the perfect hashtag for your special day. For $ 3,000, the concierge will live-tweet your wedding, splash Instagram with photos from the event and get all your guests to use your wedding hashtag.
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6. Bum-flashing bridesmaids



A good bridesmaid will do anything for her friend’s special day, and apparently that sometimes includes dropping trou in the bridal party photos. In June, College Humor noted that a number of photos of bridesmaids showing their bums had been circling the Internet. While media outlets were quick to dub the salacious bridesmaid photo a new “trend,” it turns out many of the photos were from porn sites and were pretty old. So, thankfully, we dub this not a thing.

7. The “solo wedding”


This “trend” comes from Japan, where the solo wedding is apparently the latest way to celebrate one’s independence. Designed for the “modern woman,” it’s billed as a chance to celebrate self-love by getting married to yourself. For the equivalent of $ 2,750, the Japanese company “Solo Wedding” will plan a two-day excursion where the “bride” can pick out a dress and flowers and pose for photos. We’re all about celebrating singledom, but there’s got to be a more fulfilling way to spend a few thousand dollars?

8. The marijuana wedding


As legalized recreational marijuana takes off, many have been quick to announce the rise of the “marijuana wedding.” Apparently, these events can include everything from edible pot caramels to marijuana leaf bouquets to vaporizers given as party favors. While this brand of wedding could conceivably catch on in Boulder, Colorado, we don’t see pot replacing a nice old-fashioned glass of champagne in most of the country anytime soon.

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Top 1000 Baby Names: The Hottest Baby Name Trends

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The 2014 Kitchen Of The Year Perfectly Nails This Year’s Trends

Trends can be so much more than unachievable inspiration, they can become reality. And if there were ever a question as to whether this were true, we present to you one of the coolest kitchens we’ve ever seen.

It’s filled with gorgeous onyx-colored cabinetry, perfectly-placed open shelving and the stunning metallic mash-ups, all of which were touted to be huge this year. So with that in mind, it’s no wonder it was named House Beautiful’s “2014 Kitchen Of The Year.” Inspired by the “amazing light the space afforded,” the dramatic room was designed by Steven Miller for the San Francisco Decorator Showcase, and will be featured in the magazine’s October issue, which hits newsstands on September 23. It’s the seventh year House Beautiful has worked with a designer to create a space they describe as the “new American living room.” And considering we couldn’t see ourselves spending as much time in any other spot in the historic 1907 home where this year’s kitchen was installed, we agree with the decision.

But don’t let jealousy overcome you just yet. You can get the same jaw-dropping appeal in your own home. Here are a few close-ups to show you how.

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The interaction between a user and a device forms the foundation of today’s application design. Covering the following topics: * A suite of five structural principles helping designers to structure their mockups;* An agile method for exploiting desktop eye tracker equipment in combination with mobile devices;* An approach to explore large-scale collections based on classification systems;* A framework based on the use of modeling and components composition techniques to simplify the development of organizational collaborative systems;* A low-cost virtual reality system that provides highly satisfying virtual experiences;* Popular hardware and software tools and technologies for developing augmented and virtual reality applications;* An implementation to handle connectivity between virtual reality applications and SensAble(R) Technology Phantom Haptic Devices;* The results of a research study implementing a teaching technological strategy to help Down syndrome children develop their reading skills;* Platform independent models decreasing the level of cohesion between communication technologies and software for ubiquitous computing;* A method for applying gamification as a tool to improve the participation and motivation of people in performing different tasks. New Trends in Interaction, Virtual Reality and Modeling collects the best research from Interaccion 2012 and MexIHC 2012, and presents the state-of-the-art in human-computer interaction, user interfaces, user experience and virtual reality. Written by researchers from leading universities, research institutes and industry, this volume forms a valuable source of reference for researchers in HCI and VR.

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5 Shortcuts to the Top Beauty Trends (Just in Time for New Year’s Eve!)

No time to dive into the ins and outs of the latest beauty trends? No problem. With New Years but hours away, here’s a few cheat sheets to the hottest, most festive holiday trends that can turn anyone into a beauty superstar for just one night.
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