Our contributing editor starts and ends each of her jam-packed days with a consistent beauty routine. Click through for the 11 hero products she uses.
Here’s the thing to know about fashion week: It’s actually a whole month. Last September was my first time completing the circuit—New York, London, Paris and Milan—and the fashion shows (sometimes up to seven in a day), dinners, parties and many other extracurriculars that go along with it.
Today, we're all prom queens.
We've been scanning the horizon for the following 15 past-era trends for while now. Click through to see what's poised for a comeback.
In May’s Editor’s Letter, Lucky’s editor-in-chief Eva Chen reflects on the fast-paced circuit of fashion weeks in NYC, London, Paris and Milan. Click through the slideshow to see all twenty of Eva’s Fashion Week 2014 looks and shop the look (or similar styles) right now!
Wearing the same thing every day? That's an ironclad excuse to buy it in another color. For 15 pieces our editors have invested in more than once, click through.
Lucky's senior beauty editor Maura Lynch takes us through her dramatic purple hair transformation—from the surprising inspiration behind the look to the salon process and her product must-haves.
Lucky's senior digital editor reveals the inspiration behind the cut, her hair product must-haves and more!
Lucky fashion director Anne Keane welcomes warmer weather with vibrant prints and sophisticated tribal accents.
Lucky's managing editor found the best boots for this tricky transitional weather.
From Birkenstocks (#normcore) to shirtdresses, our editors have a pretty solid idea of what they'll be splurging on this spring.
Lucky's fashion features editor is reviving ’90s minimalism in sleek silhouettes and an elegant, neutral palette.
Lucky's editor in chief, Eva Chen, gives us Instagram proof that these beauty products are amazing—down to the bottom of each bottle, jar and tub.
Our editors are always on the lookout for the next big thing. Click through for their 19 most recent discoveries.
Recently at a work dinner, a publicist asked me whether I still had time for friends. Yes, I sputtered, of course! A writer interjected (rather chillily, might I add): “Well I don’t really have time for friends—especially at work. Who has the energy?” I stared at her like she had seven heads.