My, How Far the ‘70s Have Come!

If you remember when Halston's signature maxi dresses brought him instant fame back in the disco era, you don't have to own up to it. But you can be thankful, as we are, that what goes around comes around. Today’s Halston Heritage line maintains the same sleek, usually monochromatic, artfully draped, timeless designs that originally brought the designer fame, while also keeping the trend toward minimalism haute, hot, hot.

Rituals: Coachella Partying With Purpose

The truly cool won’t just go to Coachella this month. They'll get invited to one of the exclusive parties that encircle the big music...

Finds: Feeling Militant

Military inspired style finds including a Delphine Delafon army bag, military trench coast from Burberry and more!

Check Out Ten Tomorrow at Serene Sky e-boutique

When you live in a place that can be 90 degrees on Christmas Day, you can wear white all year round. It’s a good...
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Favorite Prepster Cool Style Finds

Raise your style quotient with a few hip staples.

Purple Crush: Strut Your Stuff in This Season’s Most Popular Color

See how this shade brightens up the season.

April Showers Bring May (and June!) Store Openings

SEE at Fashion Island
If you love trendy eyewear but not the price tags, head for SEE optical shop. The company cuts out the middle-man to bring you piles of styles at affordable prices, and you can try them all on at the new Fashion Island store. Creative staffers instantly size you up and turn you on to flattering colors and shapes you might never have chosen yourself. The Fashion Island outpost is the company’s 29th store. Cheers, to a new view in the looking glass.

Stylish O.C. Men Finally Get Their Due

North MenswearThis small store packs a big style punch with classic casual lines such as Norman Russell jeans and Almond Surfboard shirts displayed on...

Take a Risk With This Season’s See-Through Trend

Shop these six style finds in O.C.

’70s-Glamour-Inspired Clothing At Novella Royale In San Clemente

This month, look out for the owner's first kids' line, NR Girls.