Answers to your pressing fashion and beauty questions from resident know-it-all Jean Godfrey-June.
The It Color of spring, the fashion department agrees, is hunter green. “Think of it as the new navy,” enthused accessories director Julia Kalachnikoff.
The descent of liner/mascara/eyeshadow is as inevitable as it is dispiriting. You can have fewer of those moments if you wear all-waterproof.
Middle-of-the-roaders say after six months—once the raw denim has had a chance to mold itself in your image, as it were—you should first soak and then very gingerly wash them.
So renew your gym membership. Walk, run, SoulCycle it up! But don't slouch in the good-diet department, if in-shape is truly your goal.
The fashion department says there is no length that doesn't work this spring, but midi—somewhere between just below the knee and midcalf—remains chicer than chic.
Sexy While Not Freezing is one of the ultimate challenges. Market editor Laurel Pantin says that a suit is the sexiest thing right now.
Changing at the office for the office party is officially Trying Much Too Hard. Start by wearing a totally fabulous outfit the day of; then, add or subtract.
While lip items might feel addictive—as in, I loved that, let’s do that again—they are not.
Yes to maxi dresses—especially for fall and winter, says executive fashion editor Alexis Bryan Morgan. The key, she says, is wintry fabric.
"Brows are the unsung heroes of the face,” Bobbi Brown declared when we finally spoke. “Eyeglass frames draw attention to the brows—you should definitely keep them well groomed."
Nails have gone so anything-goes that a neat, clean, near-colorless manicure is probably the freshest-looking option of all.
It’s a cute look: Think cute.
Unequivocally, it is forever cool to have a signature scent.
It’s a professional situation, so think job interview but with a twist.
Picking the right fabric is key.