P is for Pop
The remedy for a head-to-toe neutral look? A quick pop of rich color — try it with a scarf or handbag, like blogger Dana Suchow does here.
T is for Thanksgiving
Family gatherings, giving thanks and lots of talking, laughing and eating.
W is for Winter
‘Tis the season for sparkle, snowflakes and glamorous holiday cocktail parties.
P is for Paint by Numbers
One time it’s ok to color within the lines.
C is for Caroline de Maigret
The French model-turned-record producer best described by the three C’s — cool, confident and chic.
Photo by Adam Katz Sinding
I is for Icon
Three words: The Rolling Stones. Enough said.
The Rolling Stones in 1978, photo by Michael Putland/Getty Images
S is for Support
100% of net proceeds from our 50% off designer sale with Vogue and the CFDA will benefit the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City and Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
S is for Sweater Girl
No longer the domain of Jane Russell and Jayne Mansfield. Zani Gugelmann shows us how to work the look for evening.
Q is for Quentin Jones
London artist and filmmaker who makes the sexiest self-portraits ever.
L is for Leather
The perfect shot of cool, whether you’re going sporty — as blogger Mija Knezevic does here with our Ally Leather Pant — or ladylike.
M is for Mashup
A hybrid, fusion, mix of contrasting elements. Genius case in point: The Kanye Wes tumblr that pairs Kanye West lyrics with Wes Anderson film stills.
S is for Supermodel
As in the one and only Kate Moss.
Kate Moss, London, 2006. Photograph by Mario Testino. Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
C is for Cocktail Hour
Instead of shaken or stirred, think sexy, striking and subtly glamorous.
S is for Sandra Senn
A German artist who blurs the real and surreal, as seen in this fictional photo from Kelly Klein’s new Pools: Reflections book.
Untitled, 2005, by Sandra Senn
T is for Transformation
Seen through photographer Penny Ashford’s lens, a simple shot underwater becomes beautifully unexpected.