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We’ll be continuing Fashion Week coverage, straight from the tents at Bryant Park this season. Check back often for our trademark show reviews and trend roundups!
While we gear up to start our Fall 2007 fashion coverage, check out our Spring 07 Fashion Week writeups, including our Top Five Trends from Fashion Week and our Comprehensive Trend Roundup.
February 2nd, 2007
Papierdoll’s Shop, Show, and Fête
Monday, January 22, 2007
532 West 27th Street
New York City
Sample Sale: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Zulastudio Show: 7:00pm
AV Afterparty: 9:00pm – All Night
RSVP (required for show) at http://www.papierdoll.net/rsvp/.
January 20th, 2007
Happy Thanksgiving, all! Omiru will be out on holiday
for the rest of the week, returning bright and early next Monday
But we’re worth the wait.
Next Monday, we’ll be debuting our Holiday Gift Guide on our shopping blog. Check back often for our top gift picks for everyone on your shopping list–from your boss to your best friend.
Want a sneak peek? Pictured is a gorgeous Bubble Placemat, only $10 at Greener Grass Design. The perfect gift for your favorite hostess.
November 22nd, 2006
Omiru: Style for All (www.omiru.com) conducts an interview with VH1 stylists Alana Kelen and Esther Pak at New York Fashion Week.
September 27th, 2006
Feed yourself, your closet, and your home at New York Magazine’s Best Bets, a one-day, one-stop shopping love affair that brings together New York’s favorites at discounted prices. Shop Kate Spade, Lacoste, Lilla P, Jonathan Adler, and other designer brands 15-65% off retail. Eat delicious baked goods from City Bakery’s on site café. And receive a gift bag worth over $175 with paid admission ($25 in advance, $35 at the door).
A percentage of the event’s proceeds will go to the Fund for Public Schools.
New York Magazine’s Best Bets Shopping Event
Tuesday October 3, 2006
The Altman Building
135 West 18th Street
New York City
11:00am – 4:00pm OR 5:00pm – 9:00pm
$25/ticket in advance
$35/ticket at the door
September 24th, 2006
Omiru is proud to bring to you Fashion Week coverage straight from the tents at Bryant Park over the next week! We’re flying out to New York late on Friday night, and we’ll be starting our coverage when we arrive on Saturday.
Look for our trademark show reviews, accompanied by more of our signature designer interviews. We’ll also bring to you the best fashion week coverage from our favorite blogs, daily.
Three Cheers for Fashion Week!
Update 9.9.06: Show recap posts should start regularly being posted tomorrow. Sorry for the delay. Blame it on the jet lag…and the delirium that comes from subsisting on an hour of sleep!
September 8th, 2006
The ever-awesome Lesley has just relaunched the Fashiontribes magazines for Fall, having recruited some of our favorite fashion bloggers as writers. Look for the Manolo, Susan Scafidi from Counterfeit Chic, Pamela Pekerman from BagTrends, Casey from Teenfashionista, Karen Young from Clothes-Pin, and of course, yours truly.
Check us out under the Global Chic magazine, where we wrote the feature fashion article: "School of Fashion."
August 22nd, 2006
We asked: Are Humor Tees In or Out?
You said: Humor Tees, despite their celeb sightings, are Out. 57% voted them out, and another 26% think they’re on the way out. However, a sizeable minority (23%) are still rocking this trend.
Sure, these tees may be amusing on Lindsay or Paris, but they’re not for everyone. If you’re looking for attention, you might want to try a bold color or a unique accessory instead. However, we don’t want to throw out the baby with the bathwater–humor tees aren’t necessarily unstylish. Our rule of thumb? If in 10 years you would be embarassed to see a picture of yourself in the tee, leave the tee on the shelf.
Next Question: You told us that The Color White is In. Our last few shopping trips, however, have turned up shades of purple and lilac. Tell us, is The Color Purple In, or is it Out? Cast your vote on
July 31st, 2006
We asked: Are Cowboy Boots In or Out?
You said: Out. The breakdown? A slight majority (56%) think Cowboy Boots are over, and another 26% believe they’re on the way out. Only 18% are still saddling up in these boots.
Omiru’s take: Sienna Miller may have brought these riding boots to the city streets, but she’s since moved on…and so have we. We’re still all over boots for Fall (who wouldn’t be), but leave this style back on the cattle ranch where it belongs. Instead, opt for a more elegant, graceful boot that matches the elegance of Fall’s ladylike trends–think Grecian draping, capes and capelets, and opera-worthy gloves.
Next Question: Amusing (and sometimes risqué), humor tees are a staple among Young Hollywood and are almost as universal as uber-processed denim. Tell us, what do you think about these humor tees? Are they
In, or are they Out? Cast your vote on
July 24th, 2006