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Fashion. Is Vintage Losing It's Advantage? How To Be True to the Trend. Second City Style Fashion blog

I love it when our in-house vintage expert Julie Ghatan writes an exclusive for SCS. And that’s why Ruby Warrington’s piece about the trendiness of vintage gave me pause. In her piece for the Sunday Times Warrington asserts that the days of rummaging through thrift stores and specialty shops for vintage pieces are over. What’s …

Haute Historian. Bondage Babes: The Léger Legacy. Second City Style Fashion Blog

Stephanie Miller for Second City Style Magazine Hervé Léger is a master of body sculpting. He has the ability to transform a slight, straight frame into a curvaceous, sensual figure. A prominent fixture of the 1980s fashion scene, the Léger legacy has been revisited and reinvented on recent runways. Know for his hand sewn, bandage …

Fashion. A Nutty Idea. Peanuts Comic Strip-inspired Fashion Show to Hit Bryant Park. Second City Style Fashion Blog

I can’t imagine what this will look like but gotta love the perpetual monochromtic look of Snoopy and the Dress for Success organization. So far designers who have signed on include Isaac Mizrahi and Betsey Johnson and I’m sure more will follow suit. Clothes Fit For a Peanut Snoopy fashion show to hit Bryant Park …

Sales. The World Does Revolve Around You. Super Spring Sale at Revolve. Second City Style Fashion Blog

It’s only mid-April so there is still time to grab a few spring essentials before the season comes into full swing. And at these prices there’s no excuse for not having another dress, patent leather bag and another pair of summer shoes. A Common Thread floral print dress $142 at Revolve Clothing Adam+Eve Silver Painted …

Designers. Victoria Barlett Loves the Ladies: VPL Collection Titled "Modern Sufferagettes." Second City Style Fashion Blog

While there is always much debate about the best qualities of the "modern woman," Renata Espinosa of FashionWireDaily reports that Victoria Bartlett has titled her latest collection to reflects all the ladies who allow us gals to do just about anything we want. Each piece was created with a particular woman in mind, using fabrics …