Answers to your pressing fashion and beauty questions from resident know-it-all Jean Godfrey-June.
You can get rid of frizz completely, or you can get rid of it by degrees.
Think: “I took this belt out of my closet and tied it around my coat.”
Focus on fit and silhouette, says Lucky creative director Katia Kuethe, a champion high-waisted-pants wearer on the level of Jane Birkin.
Dear Tori, Counterintuitively, chemical exfoliants are often gentler on skin than physical ones (scrubs, washcloths, etc.). Perricone makes a cream called Blue Plasma, which exfoliates, somehow, without any irritation whatsoever. You leave it on overnight; the result, as with most exfoliants, is smoother, glowier, significantly happier skin.
We asked stylist Stella Greenspan for her tips on how to wear this season's coziest trend: ribbed sweaters.
Dressing for a wedding, unlike many other fashion situations, involves following rules. “I’m sorry, but no white, no black, no sexy,” pronounced executive fashion director Alexis Bryan Morgan. “And no boring! It’s hard!”
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.