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Online Fashion Editor — New York Times
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Online Fashion Editor at The New York Times. New mom. Native New Yorker. Open to new adventures and shoes. My tweets are my own.

On the Street | Goodbye — Bill Cunningham says farewell to Carnegie Hall after living there for 60 years.

Halloween Costumes Sourced From the Runways — Partake in Halloween folly by adding some sartorial swag to your costume.

Oscar de la Renta’s Life Through the Years — Dominican Born Oscar de la Renta was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. On His Way Left the Dominican Republic to study painting at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando in Madrid. Client Relations Worked in the Madrid salon of Cristóbal Balenciaga. His job was to sketch dresses to send to clients.

Spa Week Arrives Just in Time — It's Spa Week and the timing couldn't be better. Cold temperatures and dry air are skin and hair's worst enemy. There's no better complement to a refreshed autumn look than supple skin and a zenlike attitude. Participating spas like Red Door Spa, Elements Massage and Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa are offering a range of services for $50 each.

What to Wear This Week: Oct. 13 — This week, as you suss out seasonal trends to court, borrow a few style notes from the mature fashion set.

What to Wear This Week, Oct. 6: Sensory Overload, No Longer a Faux Pas? — Head-to-toe matching was popular at the spring 2015 shows, which ended last Wednesday. Ensembles of the same print were seen at MaxMara, Chanel, Valentino, Giorgio Armani and Giles, posing an overdue question. What's wrong with matchy-matchy? Matchy outfits can seem a little jarring at first glance, but after time to process, they read as inspired, striking and smart.

What to Wear This Week: Sept. 29 — If the floor-to-ceiling Halloween decorations in your local drugstore aren't enough of an indication that summer is gone, maybe the dip in temperatures will be. Recent cool days have pushed some New Yorkers to forgo their standing pedicures and focus on transitional footwear combinations like socks with sandals, ankle boots with minidresses and sneakers with just about anything.

What to Wear This Week: Sept. 22 — During the recent New York spring shows, Marc Jacobs presented several cargo looks that seemed to borrow from a police officer's uniform. There were also military-inspired dresses at No. 21 and Gucci. Then, at Milan Fashion Week, we saw a similar idea at the Salvatore Ferragamo show.

Beauty & Grooming — Ponytail couture at Fendi (Photo: Valerio Mezzanotti for The New York Times)

Pin by Simone Oliver on The Back — Only in my dreams: Thigh-high latticework boots covered in metallic studs from Dsquared2. #mfw
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Oct 30, 2014

RT @BeeShapiro: Great read and about time @nytfashion The ‘Women Fashion Power’ Exhibition at the Design Museum in London @vvfriedman

Oct 30, 2014

@NYTFashion: Two New York Times writers transform into Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj for Halloween. #tbt

Oct 24, 2014

RT @NYTFashion: Those looking for Tory Burch won't find much of her influence in Trademark, her stepdaughters' new store.

Oct 24, 2014

RT @alexmaccallum: From an etsy friend who had a conflict Oct 30: "Halloween is a high holy day in the crafting world".

Oct 24, 2014

Why have these clothes been such a source of fascination in American culture?…

Oct 24, 2014

Take advantage before it's a wrap. "@NYTFashion: Complement your fall look w/refreshed skin, courtesy of spa week.

Oct 24, 2014

RT @RealGirlProject: Made a stunning realization today that Cynthia Nixon & Cynthia from "Rugrats" are basically the same person. #TBT http…

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