Answers to your pressing fashion and beauty questions from resident know-it-all Jean Godfrey-June.
Mia Farrow in Rosemary’s Baby—a.k.a. super-short—is just IT right now. It says, I like how my face looks, don’t you?
The look for fall is more about a relaxed feeling—think Ali MacGraw in her Santa Fe phase—than a day at the rodeo.
It’s a bold move, the sheer skirt for fall. But you can totally pull it off!
From the glamorous shoes-and-socks at Chanel to the midcalf black nylons with pointy black pumps at Rodarte, this is what a trend should be: fun, fun, fun. You’re not going to be wearing it at your next job interview—so relax and enjoy! And it’s easier than it looks.
Every morning, I walk 10 minutes from my apartment to the subway, and my mascara is completely all over my face by the time I get to the train. I also end up with little tear tracks through my blush or bronzer on my cheeks. How do I avoid this?
The best advice for staying stylishly cozy when traveling this summer.
If you could only buy one on-trend item this summer, it would have to be this.
Our executive beauty director cautions against breaking your skincare routine—even if you don't have any blemishes in sight.
Q: When you're over 40, how short can dresses and shorts be? A: What you can wear—despite the 700,000 magazine articles that insist otherwise—depends only on your body and your mind.
Dear Lucky: 'What are the most flattering spring trends for people who are short and curvy but not plus-size?'
Focus on basics, not trends. “Petites really have a challenge,” blogger Wendy Nguyen explains. “I’m five feet tall, and I think the key to a workable, buildable wardrobe is classics that really, truly fit. You need a great tailor.”
"My favorite red-lipstick look is a summery, otherwise-casual offhanded flick of full-on red—think Kate Moss with cutoffs and a tan. The full Marilyn gets a little costumey, no?"
How to wear your most exuberantly party-appropriate items in broad daylight.
“Flatforms!” exclaimed accessories director Julia Kalachnikoff. “Yes! They go with everything.”
The sexiness of this look—I adore it too, in that rabid, must-have way—was something that oddly never occurred to me. But the fashion department is looking out for all of us. “Think of it like wearing a miniskirt,” said fashion director Anne Keane. “I mean, those skirts are totally sexy!
Dear Lucky: 'Is there a way to treat permanent, hereditary dark undereye circles besides concealer and creams with caffeine?'
As I made my way past the gorgeous canvases by Marilyn Minter and Richard Prince lining the office hallways of Miami/New York dermatologist Fredric Brandt, I crossed my fingers that he would be full of news that, at last, the undereye problem had been solved. He smiled when I used the word “solved.”