Promenade Luxe Lists
To relish in all things Italiano, we’ve picked out some of our fave fall offerings from a wide-ranging crop of designers — luckily, all currently available stateside.
To celebrate all things Brit, we’ve culled together some of our fave UK designers whose pieces are luckily available on this side of the Atlantic in NYC.
Fashion Month officially kicks off this week, and as per usual, New York promises to start the shows off with a bang.
For the first time in quite a while, New York City seems to be eschewing the tried-and-true urban black wardrobe for brighter pastures.
From the chicest of button-ups to sleek footwear, these are pieces that are total keepers, wearable whenever and wherever you choose.
Finding the right sandals for the streets of New York City can be a little tricky. Is strappy and buckle-festooned best? Or should one go for slides that effortlessly slip-on?
A wide range of high-fashion designers and indie favorites have gotten in on the flats game, releasing styles that are as stylish as their taller counterparts.
The craze for boots continues to be at a fever pitch. Slip on these options with this season’s calf-length skirt (à la Céline) or atop slim trousers and you may just stop traffic
Ankle boots are very versatile, ranging in styles from classic to casual to extremely fashion-forward. See our picks for what you should add to your fall wardrobe
For proper business dressing and fancier affairs, we’ve rounded up a plethora of options that are worthy of even a king’s affections
How many accessories can lay claim to being both a lady’s prized object and simultaneously the bane of her fashion existence? Possibly only one: the stiletto
When it comes to patterns, printed fabrics, woven leathers and rhinestone embellishments, lower-heeled shoes take the lead this summer season.
With “modern speakeasies” dominating the New York social scene and the release of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, the glamour of the Jazz Age is back in full swing.
The slogan on the poster for one of Broadway’s most-buzzed-about new musicals isn’t hype. “Glass slippers are so back.” Catchy, but even better than that -- it’s true! You’ll find clear or see-through shoes in chic designer boutiques from the Upper East Side to Tribeca. Here are some of our favorites. (Princes sold separately.)