DIY ice cream sneakers

How adorable are these DIY ice cream sneakers?! (Studio DIY)

6 makeup artists spill about their favorite skincare products. (The Coveteur)

How our favorite fashion bloggers turned their personal style into clothing lines. (PopSugar)

This is how you do beach glam. (Could I Have That)

Fashion inspired by one of our favorite books, Little Women. (College Fashion)

3 absolutely perfect pre-fall outfits, plus nail art to match! (ModCloth)

Chanel Iman wins at wearing jumpsuits, period. (The Cut)

We're totally swooning over these pieces from Ulla Johnson. (A Bit of Sass)

A brief history of lipstick, because National Lipstick Day was this week. (The Stripe)

Tips for styling cutoff shorts. (Sincerely Jules)


Fashion Club is helping the FIDM Museum spread the word about #4for400—a social media fundraising campaign to acquire the Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection—and we hope you can help, too!

This amazing collection of 1,400 rare objects covers 400 years of fashion history and would serve as a one-of-a-kind cultural treasure for the fashion community as well as Los Angeles—an inspirational and educational resource for decades to come!

  • Donate $4, $40, $400, $4,000 (or any amount!) by texting MUSEUM to 243725
  • Share the message on Twitter
  • Attend our free #4for400 Launch Party at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Los Angeles campus on Tuesday, August 4 from 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. to celebrate with food, music, raffles, and tours: 919 S. Grand Avenue, 90015
  • Follow the FIDM Museum on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram for updates
  • Share, Like, Re-Gram, and Re-Tweet #4for400 posts from the FIDM Museum
  • Create original #4for400 posts on your social media pages

Collection highlights:

  • A man's red velvet doublet is the earliest piece, dating to 1610
  • Garments worn by European royalty (including Queens Victoria, Alexandra, and Mary)
  • Twenty-two haute couture designers represented, including Paquin, Doucet, Chanel, Callot Soeurs, Worth, Fortuny, Lucile, Félix, Beer, and Lanvin
  • Collection assembled by one woman, Helen Larson, in Southern California over a fifty-year period

It's the only collection of this caliber in the world—and impossible to duplicate today, so help save 400 years of fashion history! Thanks, everyone!

Everlane Cotton Sweater

We'll be the first to admit that we don't exactly handle the heat too well; an overconsumption of iced coffees coupled with a bit of whining is typically how we deal with temperatures that hit the 90s and above. Thankfully, we find a bit of reprieve in the evenings when a cool ocean breeze blows all of our summertime woes away. And just in case that cool ocean breeze gets a little too chilly, we've got this Cotton Sweater from Everlane. It's relaxed and easy (so it can slip right over whatever we've got on), with just the slightest high-low hem. And come fall, it'll transition beautifully into our cool weather wardrobe. 

Kate Spade

We absolutely adore the Kate Spade label, so hearing about an expansion makes us very, very happy. Kate Spade & Co. announced last week that several new lines are being added to the lineup, including athleisure, sleepwear (yay!), kitchen accessories, and various other licensing deals. "Interesting women leading interesting lives are at the core of our brand. We aim to provide our customer with the products she loves for all aspects of her interesting life. Our best-in-class licensing partners allow us to thoughtfully expand our lifestyle offerings — from athleisure to sleepwear, cookware to furniture — in a way that is uniquely Kate Spade New York," Mary Beech, the brand's executive VP and chief marketing officer said in a statement. The expansion certainly comes as a surprise after the brand's lower-priced Kate Spade Saturday line folded earlier this year. Expect to see the new Kate Spade lines launching as early as this fall and in Spring 2016. 


Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift has really made a name for herself in the fashion set, and is a photo favorite when it comes to street style, so it was just a matter of time before she jumped into the fashion game as a designer. The "Bad Blood" singer inked a deal with Chinese e-tailer, according to a report from CNN Money. The clothing line will apparently include dresses, sweatshirts, and tops, and will be sold in's "U.S. Mall," alongside other "authentic American products." The line will debut later this summer, when Swift takes her 1989 tour to Shanghai.


Converse Chuck Taylor
The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star is about as iconic as Cinderella's glass shoe and Dorothy's ruby red slipper; seriously, even people who are sneaker heads are familiar with the simple design of this Converse tennis shoe. Now, for the first time in almost a hundred years the shoe is getting a redesign. The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II looks like the original, but now contains the innovative Nike Lunarlon technology, so they're more comfortable and conducive for the girl or guy on the go. "The Chuck Taylor All Star is one of the most legendary and iconic sneakers of all time," said Converse President and CEO Jim Calhoun. "The launch of Chuck II is a ground-breaking moment for Converse as we continue to move the brand forward through creativity and innovation, ushering in not just a new sneaker, but a completely new way of thinking." 

Art shoes

It doesn't get any more gorgeous (or more luxe) than these wearable art shoes. (Shoe Snob)

How to flare your eyelashes. (The Beauty Department)

Rita Ora's 10 best red carpet looks, including a '70s-inspired gold sequin number that we die for. (InStyle)

And speaking of the '70s, these accessories inspired by the disco decade are pretty fantastic. (What I Wore)

The cutest outfit for a day at the beach. (Rachel Lately)

Everything you need to update your summer makeup bag. (The Everygirl)

Here's how to wear clogs, yes clogs, like a fashion boss. (The Zoe Report)

The hottest sandals to wear right now. (Made By Girl)

7 brilliant hacks to save your favorite shoes. (Seventeen)

We're swooning over this charming Parisian-inspired outfit. (Suburban Faux Pas)

Bisou Crossbody clutch

Most of the time, we just want to throw our stuff in a bag and run out the door, so we need a bag that's not too bulky or heavy, and in fact, the smaller the better (so we're not tempted to bring along a bunch of unnecessary lip glosses or extra pairs of sunglasses). This Bisou Crossbody Clutch is beyond perfect. Besides being completely adorable (those little kisses are just too cute), it's one of the most practical bags in our collection because it's just big enough for the essentials, and the gold-tone crossbody strap ensures that we don't have to fuss with it at all, keeping our hands free for other things, like trying on new lipgloss.

Lily-Rose Depp for Chanel

As if being Johnny Depp's daughter wasn't cool enough, Lily-Rose Depp is now the new face of  French fashion house Chanel. And as if that wasn't cool enough, Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel's creative director, reportedly handpicked the 16-year old beauty himself after she appeared in the Chanel Haute Couture Presentation at Paris Fashion Week.  "Lily-Rose is stunning, she's a young girl from a new generation with all the qualities of a star," the Kaiser said in a statement. Lagerfeld also shot the campaign images himself. The young star, who is clearly following in the footsteps of her famous parents, looks completely gorgeous in the ads wearing pearl-studded Chanel sunnies and a vampy pout.


Katy Perry for H&M Holiday 2015

Katy Perry kicked off the year with an epic Super Bowl performance, and now the "This Is How We Do" singer is rounding out 2015 by starring in H&M's holiday campaign (yes, we realize it's only July, but this is pretty major, right?). The pop star took to Instagram to make the announcement, saying, "I am excited to announce that I will be starring in H&M's Happy and Merry Holiday Campaign launching later this year!!! Stay tuned for the whole unwrapping!" Perry, who joins past campaign stars Beyonce and Gisele Bundchen, also credits the Swedish fashion retailer for helping her cultivate her personal style. The campaign's ads will launch this November.


Selena MACSelena

M.A.C. has launched beauty collections with some of the entertainment industries hottest celebrities, but now the beauty brand is set to debut a collection inspired by a celebrity who passed away 20 years ago--Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla. "Selena's talent and beauty, inside and out have, have left a colourful, meaningful impact in the world, that has continued to grow over the last two decades," said M.A.C. Sr. Vice President James Gager. "We have heard the passion and enthusiasm from her fans and wholeheartedly agree that her legacy embodies M.A.C.'s philosophy." No further details about the collection have been released, but we do know it will be inspired by Selena's fifth and final album, Dreaming of You, and will launch in late 2016. 


Loving the high-neck bikini top trend. So cute. Some of these can double as just a cute summer top, too!

1. High-Neck Beach Graphic Bikini Top, $4.77,
2. Ruffle Zip Front Bikini Top, $29.99,
3. Mandalynn Sadie Cutaway Bikini Top, $47.50,
4. ROXY Rebel Crop Halter Bikini Top, $50,
5. Rock Melon Neon Nylon Zip Front Swim Tank, $8.97,

DIY Tube Rings

These might be the cutest DIY rings we've ever seen. (Fall for DIY)

If you're at all into interiors, you've got to check out this Palm Beach home tour. (The Everygirl)

Lauren Conrad has a new book coming out. (Domaine)

4 important life lessons from Clueless, which came out 20 years ago on Sunday. (The Savvy Girl's Guide to Life)

Too afraid to drastically change your look? Here's how to fake a major hair change. (StyleCaster)

Just in time for the weekend, the smoky eye done three different ways. (Cupcakes and Cashmere)

We love how Aimee Song styles a must-have vest. (Song of Style)

27 outfits from Pretty Little Liars that would never work at a real-life high school. (Hello Giggles)

Check out the BC Footwear and collaboration. (Our Happy Place)

Know before you buy: how to tell if those jeans you're coveting are really going to be comfortable. (Refinery 29) 



Dajheonna Lanay Perry, FIDM Fashion Club President and senior at Cass Technical High School in Detroit, Michigan, shares her Top 10 Playlist and her style! Also, check out her Fashion Club on Instagram @highfashionsocietyct!

Hey! I'm Dajheonna Perry and I'm president of High Fashion Society, the FIDM Fashion Club at Cass Technical High School in Detroit. As a child, I was always forced to dress how my grandmother wanted me to. Now that I've matured, my true inner style has burst!

I love shopping and retail—spending long days at the mall with my friends from High Fashion Society. My style is easy-going and my favorite places to shop are thrift stores, H&M, and C'est La Vie! I can budget shop because clothes don't wear me—I wear the clothing!

I usually wear natural colors, but this summer I decided to get comfortable with prints and I brought several items from Forever 21. I love dark and nude colors. I also love makeup and hair styling because they truly set the tone to my daily fit.

Being 5'7" for the past years, I've struggled with confidence. But lately I've been progressing and I'm starting to love my height!

My favorite shoe designers are Valentino and Steve Madden. My favorite season is fall because I love the beautiful weather, fall colors, and hot cocoa!

I'm just starting to discover my style. It's diverse and indescribable. I love boyfriend jeans and Vans, but I can also sport a blazer and a pair of jeans.

I love fashion, having fun, and working with people! Fashion gives me a great opportunity to express myself in an impeccable way everyday. I really want to attend FIDM and I hope to receive a scholarship. And this is why I'm a Future Fashion Queen!

Top 10 Playlist: Dajheonna Lanay Perry





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