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What We’re Wearing: NYFW Edition, Day 1
From top:
Dana Avidan-Cohn (InStyle Senior Market Editor/Digital Correspondent)Skirt: SunoShoes: Derek LamBag: Fendi
Andrea Cheng (InStyle.com Associate Fashion Editor)Skirt: A.L.C.Bracelet: CC SkyeBag: Su-ShiRings: Cartier
Kahlana Barfield (InStyle Beauty Director)Tee: Current/ElliottBlazer: Haute HippieJeans: Rag & BonePurse: Chanel
Photo credit: Theresa Balderas

What We’re Wearing: NYFW Edition, Day 1

From top:

Dana Avidan-Cohn (InStyle Senior Market Editor/Digital Correspondent)
Skirt: Suno
Shoes: Derek Lam
Bag: Fendi

Andrea Cheng (InStyle.com Associate Fashion Editor)
Skirt: A.L.C.
Bracelet: CC Skye
Bag: Su-Shi
Rings: Cartier

Kahlana Barfield (InStyle Beauty Director)
Tee: Current/Elliott
Blazer: Haute Hippie
Jeans: Rag & Bone
Purse: Chanel

Photo credit: Theresa Balderas

Around the Office: Trying Out the Fendi Buggies
InStyle's Fashion News Director Eric Wilson's take on the Fendi Buggies headgear:
"In the spirit of being a good sport and curious about the latest in fashion, I have to say, I was dying to see these—they’re like Beanie Babies for grown-ups.
One of the problems with a winter beanie in general is that everyone becomes anonymous on the street. Everyone is wearing the same coat, the same hat, and everyone ends up looking alike. So you need some individuality in your beanie choices. While this may be an extreme case of winter weather headgear, it does certainly have personality. You’re stuck being cold all the time—it’s a way to put a smile on your face or other people’s faces.”
Photo credit: Sarah Balch for InStyle.com

Around the Office: Trying Out the Fendi Buggies

InStyle's Fashion News Director Eric Wilson's take on the Fendi Buggies headgear:

"In the spirit of being a good sport and curious about the latest in fashion, I have to say, I was dying to see these—they’re like Beanie Babies for grown-ups.

One of the problems with a winter beanie in general is that everyone becomes anonymous on the street. Everyone is wearing the same coat, the same hat, and everyone ends up looking alike. So you need some individuality in your beanie choices. While this may be an extreme case of winter weather headgear, it does certainly have personality. You’re stuck being cold all the time—it’s a way to put a smile on your face or other people’s faces.”

Photo credit: Sarah Balch for InStyle.com

Imaxtree; Courtesy
When planning an ensemble I pick the clothes first, then bags, shoes and jewelry and if it still feels lacking I’ll add a belt. But this belt is no afterthought. I would plan entire outfits around Fendi’s contoured stingray and patent leather waist cincher. Whether with complimentary black and gray (as shown on the runway) or used to colorblock effect, when picking out clothes, this belt will always come first! Find out where to buy this luxe accessory!
 —Randy Miller, Associate Editor
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Imaxtree; Courtesy

When planning an ensemble I pick the clothes first, then bags, shoes and jewelry and if it still feels lacking I’ll add a belt. But this belt is no afterthought. I would plan entire outfits around Fendi’s contoured stingray and patent leather waist cincher. Whether with complimentary black and gray (as shown on the runway) or used to colorblock effect, when picking out clothes, this belt will always come first! Find out where to buy this luxe accessory!

 —Randy Miller, Associate Editor

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You can’t pitch your pennies into the replica of the Trevi Fountain at Fendi’s City Center boutique in Las Vegas, but you can use them to score the label’s Peekaboo tote, embroidered with the image of the famous Roman geyser. It’s not just the stitching that classifies this limited-edition bag as a landmark item—only 20 were made and they’re sold exclusively at the label’s Sin City store. Scoring one would mean hitting the jackpot, even for the most high-rolling handbag collector.
 
—Bronwyn Barnes, Entertainment Editor

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You can’t pitch your pennies into the replica of the Trevi Fountain at Fendi’s City Center boutique in Las Vegas, but you can use them to score the label’s Peekaboo tote, embroidered with the image of the famous Roman geyser. It’s not just the stitching that classifies this limited-edition bag as a landmark item—only 20 were made and they’re sold exclusively at the label’s Sin City store. Scoring one would mean hitting the jackpot, even for the most high-rolling handbag collector.

Bronwyn Barnes, Entertainment Editor


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Like so many others, I’m going crazy for bright, unexpected color combinations this spring. (Perhaps it’s a reaction to the grey weather.) First on my shopping list is this vibrant purple grosgrain clutch. I’d love it even if it was one solid shade, but the hits of lime and tomato are inspired touches. Plus, there’s a long skinny lime strap tucked inside, so you can sling this purse over your shoulder, should you be so inclined.
 
—Megan Deem, Senior Editor


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Like so many others, I’m going crazy for bright, unexpected color combinations this spring. (Perhaps it’s a reaction to the grey weather.) First on my shopping list is this vibrant purple grosgrain clutch. I’d love it even if it was one solid shade, but the hits of lime and tomato are inspired touches. Plus, there’s a long skinny lime strap tucked inside, so you can sling this purse over your shoulder, should you be so inclined.

Megan Deem, Senior Editor


Click here to see more details on this vibrant clutch!

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