Today through Sept. 27, Charlotte Russe is hosting a Twitter contest to score a tote bag full of outfits from the brand's fall "Fleur Fatigue" and "Vintage Treasure" collections.
For a chance to win, follow Charlotte Russe on Twitter and tweet a photo of yourself in your "must-have Charlotte Russe look." Then, use the brand's hash tag (@charlotterusse) to get your friends and family to retweet. The five photos with the most views will win.
In less than an hour, the five boroughs of New York will celebrate the arrival of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week S/S2011 by throwing the city's biggest party of the year: Fashion's Night Out.
Comparable to a grown-up version of trick-or-treating (only with more expensive, runway-worthy costumes), that's when city residents and visitors alike will start scouring the city streets for stores offering exclusive discounts, free swag, entertainment (music, contests, you name it) and countless celebrity appearances.
After months of anticipation, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week S/S2011 officially kicked off this morning with a speech by mayor Michael Bloomberg and the temporary renaming of the No. 1 subway line to "The Fashion Line."
With one and a half shows underway (those being Nicholas K and "Project Runway," the latter of which apparently claiming half of my office), the eight-day event will take place at Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park after years of living and breathing at Bryant Park and will feature the Spring/Summer 2011 collections of veterans like Diane von Furstenberg (shown above), Vera Wang and Donna Karan and newcomers alike.
Find more information, and view the complete show schedule, for MBFW S/S2011 on mbfashionweek.com, and check back tomorrow for a breakdown of some of the Fashion's Night Out events that you can't afford to miss!
After much speculation (and teasing on H&M's part), Lanvin was just revealed as the French label behind H&M's latest designer collaboration.
Learn more about the collection in this video featuring Lanvin artistic director Alber Elbaz, and be sure to check back on Nov. 2 for a sneak peek of the collection (the goods are set to officially hit stores Nov. 20, which means I'll hopefully have a romantic, flowy frock nailed down for the holiday season).