I never really understood why fashion had to be so serious. After all, its main by-product—shopping—is such a joy.
We're inviting 15 of our followers to join editor-in-chief and a few of our favorite industry insiders to kick off the week with an Instagram meetup at Lincoln Center on Thursday, February 6th.
Our market editor has curated a shoppable collection that reflects her denim-loving, Southwestern-dreaming, rhinestone-wearing Texan tomboy style.
"If a mermaid cowgirl existed in real life, she'd wear this."
Find out what our editor-in-chief loved most from this season's most extravagant display of fashion.
There's a healthy amount of style admiration floating around the sixth floor of Condé Nast.
Weekend style, it's the best.
Maura Lynch shares her go-to lipstick color, favorite dry shampoo and more!
Lucky magazine's editor-in-chief Eva Chen shares some of the moto jackets in heavy rotation in her closet, including ones from A.L.C., Topshop and Mango.
Lucky's deputy editor Leigh Belz Ray shows off some of her favorite pieces from her closet, including a Marni dress she bought in Europe and a necklace from a Brooklyn jewelry designer.
Our editor-in-chief likes to read. A lot. Here's what's on her daily list!
Contributing editor Tamu McPherson combines the bright shades of her native Jamaica with the sleekness of her adopted home, Italy.
Watch seven Lucky staffers, including editor in chief Eva Chen, show off their moves for when they find a can't-live-without-it item that brings them such joy that they're compelled to spike it and launch into a happy dance.
Deputy editor Leigh Belz Ray puts a Brooklyn-cool spin on simple silhouettes and sophisticated colors.
Lucky's editor-in-chief Eva Chen introduces the February issue, which is filled with pieces under $500, and explains her new shopping phrase "the fashion touchdown."