Lisa Perry x Schumacher

Fashion designer Lisa Perry collabs with furniture textile brand Schumacher and the results are pretty fabulous. (Architectural Digest)

51 ways to incorporate black and white into your space. (SMP Living)

This sweet floral dress has us dreaming of springtime picnics in the park. (Big Hair Loud Mouth)

Also, we're thinking these blue culottes are exactly what we need to add to our spring wardrobe. (Little J Style)

Are you putting on your lipstick the right way? (Cupcakes and Cashmere)

Style blogger Alyson Haley shares lots of fun facts about herself, and we love her even more for it. (Sequins and Things)

20 fashion labels you're probably pronouncing wrong. (The Every Girl)

We can't wait to wear this adorable rain gear this spring. (Teen Vogue)

Proof that girls can and should shop the men's department every once in awhile. (Style Lust Pages)

13 must-haves for the perfect manicure. (The Beauty Department)


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Le Marc Lip Cremes

Marc Jacobs Beauty has launched a new lipstick, Le Marc Lip Crèmes , and we hear they're amazing. (Racked)

ANTM's Jay Manuel debuts his new beauty line and we're already obsessed. (The Style and Beauty Doctor)

Six reasons to wear and love moto jackets. (The Savvy Girl's Guide to Life)

Tips from a pro on the proper way to care of your shoes. (Cupcakes and Cashmere)

Leandra Medine shares a day in her life and it's all-at-once hilarious and fabulous. (Man Repeller)

Jewelry as wall art--this is absolutely genius. And gorgeous! (P.S. I Made This)

Want shiny hair? Top stylists spill their secrets for giving models mirror-like shiny strands. (The Cut)

The pearls, the shoes, the glasses...there's nothing about this spring outfit idea we don't love. (Pink Peonies)

Have you seen stylist Stacy London's Brooklyn apartment? Swoon! (Refinery 29)

Check out this piece on Betsey Johnson. The fashion designer is 73 and just as awesome as ever. (The New York Times)


We absolutely can't wait to watch the red carpet coverage of the Oscars this Sunday. We just can't get enough of who's wearing what—the colors, the silhouettes, the embellishments, the details. It's like fashion heaven.

In anticipation of this sartorial event, we had to post this amazing Oscars poster published by Big Group. We LOVE it! Look at the dress Claudette Colbert wore in 1935. It's crazy how much fashion has changed.

Another thing we noticed is that there used to be a time when the Oscars event was not all about, "Who are you wearing?" In 1983, Meryl Streep won Best Actress for her performance in Sophie's Choice in a dress credited to no one! THAT is just insane.

Miss Kris DIY no sew blanket cape

We're just a little obsessed with this DIY no sew blanket cape. (Miss Kris)

The best lip balms for kissable lips. (The Shine and Sparkle Report).

Six totally swoon-worthy hairstyles for Valentine's Day. (Byrdie)

Super cute printable Valentines. (Studio DIY)

Prom beauty tips from supermodels? Yes, please! (Teen Vogue)

Navy blue might just be our new favorite color. (The Peak of Tres Chic)

Lauren Conrad partnered with Rifle Paper Co. and the collection is available starting today. (InStyle)

How fabulous are these colorful accent walls? (Coco + Kelley)

Celebrity-inspired Valentine's Day outfit ideas. (People StyleWatch)

We're digging this tied-up flats shoe trend. (Habitually Chic)

DIY Jeweled headband

The prettiest DIY jeweled headband ever. (Stripes and Sequins)

Could carbonated face baths be the next beauty craze? (Into the Gloss)

This pink blazer and boyfriend jeans combo is the perfect outfit for a Valentine's Day lunch. (Song of Style)

The best drugstore buys to fix your winter beauty woes. (Beauty Banter)

How to get the Saint Laurent look for your home. (Domaine)

Four cool ways to wear denim this spring. (21st Street)

Would you rock a strawberry-inspired mani for Valentine's Day? 'Cause we totally would! (Eye4Style)

Just for fun, thirteen bizarre facts about shoes you may not have known. (Who What Wear)

A MAC x Cinderella makeup collection, just in time for the release of the film. (Allure)

How to wear your Valentine's Day outfit after February 14. (Lucky)

Vanessa Hudgens

She's not only the face Bongo, Vanessa Hudgens helped design the spring collection. (People StyleWatch)

28 fashion essentials every girl should have in her wardrobe. (Made By Girl)

Check out former Gossip Girl Leighton Meester's chic pad. (Harper's Bazaar)

We're totally into this girly mixed print look. (A Lacey Perspective)

Cool clutches under $100; we're kind of in love with every one of them. (StyleList)

How to style a turtleneck sweater. (Glitter Guide)

Six fashion brands from the '90s that are having a major moment now. (HuffPost Style)

Could wearing super high heels actually make you age faster? (Marie Claire)

DIY glitter ombre heels--um, yes please! (Miss Kris Turner)

Bored with your look? Here are 35 new hair ideas to inspire you. (Allure)

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Follow South Grand Prairie High School FIDM Fashion Club on Instagram @sgpfashionclub_!

South Grand Prairie High School in Texas is putting on a fashion show February 26, and FIDM Fashion Club President Chase Searcy is leading the production. We caught up with Chase to get the details!

What is the theme? Our theme this year is "Fashion Capitals of the World" and the name of our show is Destination Arrived. There are six fashion capitals—New York, Milan, Paris, London, Tokyo, and Berlin. Each capital has a day to night look. And of course we have our prom section as well. 


What work goes into producing something like this? Producing a show like this takes hard work and effort; everyone is involved. I've been collaborating with the Fashion Club officer team (pictured above) to put together all of our ideas to make a great show. So, it mostly depends on team work. This is the biggest show we've ever produced.

How many models will you have? We have somewhere around 45+ models, and we keep getting more.

How many looks? There are two looks for each model—a day-time street style look and a dressy night-out look.

Where are you getting the clothes you're featuring? Most of the clothes we feature in the show come from the models. They contribute the outfits and we style them. Sometimes we will go thrifting to find some clothes or even to the mall. Although we do not have many resources we are able to become crafty and work with what we can. And most of our prom dresses are donated or sponsored by a company. 

How are you promoting the event? This event is promoted all around school, at local shops or stores, and on our social media page. 

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Men's jeggings

An ode to men's jeggings. (Man Repeller)

These Instagram accounts serve up major style on a budget. (The Everygirl)

So if you suck at painting your own nails, you'll want to try one or all of these nail polish hacks. (xoVain)

FIDM Grad Cortnie Elizabeth knows how to rock a vampy lip,  leopard heels, and a $6 thrifted Calvin Klein coat. (StyleLust Pages)

Go behind the scenes into the wardrobe department of The Mindy Project. (Popsugar)

Cute hat/scarf/glove combos to perk up your winter wardrobe. (Teen Vogue)

We're mildly obsessed with the gummy bear magnets (and everything else!) in this colorful roundup. (Little White Whale)

The Spring 2015 ad campaigns are out; see which ones make the grade. (Fashionista)

A conditioner for smoothing eyebrows--we're into it! (Into the Gloss)

Nicole Richie may just have the coolest hair ever. What do you think of her new cut and color? (People StyleWatch)

We couldn't be more excited! So awesome that Pretty Little Liars tweeted us during last night's episode! We loved Aria's cut-out shoulder dress. Um, BTW, the costume designer on PLL went to FIDM. Yup! Mandi Line!


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