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When it comes to beautiful clothing with a serrated edge, Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs from Cushnie et Ochs seem to nail it on the head. With a first collection debuting in 2009, the Parson graduates-cum-entrepreneurs excel at mating severe, collared shirts with soft and sensual draping for their spring collection. Swathing their models in mostly black and white fabrics, the looks exude a somewhat twisted fantasy while managing to pull off the ever-difficult virginal white. Peeps of tomboyish lace and accordion pleats are evident, while their floral sheaths manage to be the staple romantic piece of the collection, in addition to dripping pearl necklaces.
This just in from backstage at Fashion Week: It's not all about moisturizer! That's right: As the month has progressed, we've seen a lot of very inspired — and even downright bizarre — things walking down the runways. And, while most of them are still distinctly wearable (see: the leather-adorned "crocodile tails" at read
We do a lot of potting and repotting here at the office. Plants typically need to be repotted every year to 18 months. A common misconception is that it's simply about choosing a cute, new pot, when the purpose is really changing a plant's soil or potting mix. This is obviously great news if you love your planter. On the read