>> It's time to shine. Party-ready pumps, high-shine wedges, and sparkling sandals; they're the perfect antidote to any Holiday dressing dilemma. Here, 25 gorgeous picks to help you put your best foot forward for the New Year — and beyond.
Posts for December 29th 2011
>> As 2011 draws to a close, here's a look back at some of the most memorable ensembles of the year. Among the hits? Giovanna Battaglia in vintage Versace, Amanda Brookes in sparkling Derek Lam, Karlie Kloss in super-sexy Anthony Vaccarello — and so many more. From supermodels to street style stars, from Proenza to Pucci — see who made the cut and who wore what, here in our 2011 roundup.
Left, Aldridge and Followill at a recent event in New York.
>> The stylist — and reality television star — has inked a two-year deal with Kate Spade New York to be the brand's exclusive stylist. In addition to styling press events, presentations, ad campaigns, and e-commerce shoots, Goreski will use his social media expertise — he has over 127,000 Twitter followers — to help garner excitement around Kate Spade New York's ready-to-wear collection, which launched in 2009. "It’s my hope to get the ready-to-wear out there and see it more on the streets and see people playing with it and making it their own," Goreski said.
Though the stylist and the brand have teamed up in the past — Goreski styled the Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 ready-to-wear presentations — the deal makes Goreski's position within the brand official. "When I began to consider a stylist with whom I could really build an ongoing relationship and one whom I trusted, he was the first that came to mind," Kate Spade New York creative director Deborah Lloyd explained. "Besides being a great stylist, he is a joy to be around and a true gentleman. He keeps me laughing and keeps me on my toes."