Cannes is halfway done and Beth Hammarlund already has carpal tunnel from flicking through fashion photos! She posts the best looks in one place to save you from a similar fate. How selfless!
The Cannes International Film Festival just kicked off yesterday. This week in String Theory, Beth Hammarlund shares her fashion wishes for the coming week.
Beth Hammarlund follows up last week’s String Theory by breaking down the fashion at the Met’s Annual Costume Institute Gala.
It’s almost Fashion Christmas! The Costume Institute Gala is coming up this Monday at The Met in New York. Beth Hammarlund reflects on this year’s exhibit: “PUNK: Chaos to Couture.”
Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle blog has released a collection of bikinis for little girls, and surprise! They’re evil bikinis for little girls! Beth Hammarlund talks kids in two-pieces in String Theory.
This week in String Theory, Beth Hammarlund talks designers vs. stylists and previews Kate Young’s upcoming collection for Target.
Beth Hammarlund reviews the fashion-focused benefit, Dress Rehearsal, which included a full presentation of Emma Berg’s F/W 2013 Collection.
Beth Hammarlund reviews the new Joynoëlle Ready-to-Wear and Bridal Collections presented at last night’s fashion event, Amusement.
Beth Hammarlund wraps up Minneapolis-St. Paul Fashion Week with a review of the second night of the week’s flagship event, The Shows.
Beth Hammarlund reviews this first night of Minneapolis-St.Paul Fashion Week’s flagship event, The Shows.
Yes, we still have more New York fashion to talk about. Check out Part Deux of Beth Hammarlund’s NYFW round up! This time around she reviews lines from Monique Lhuillier, Reem Acra, Prabal Gurung, and Rodarte.
Beth Hammarlund tackles the beast that is New York Fashion Week in the first part of a four-part series. This edition highlights Fall/Winter 2013 lines from Oscar de la Renta, Michael Kors, Narcisco Rodriguez, Carolina Herrera and Donna Karan.
Minneapolis-St. Paul Fashion Week is in full swing as Beth Hammarlund reviews last night’s Red Dress Collection show at the Graves Hotel.
This week in String Theory, Beth Hammarlund falls in love with Target’s most recent designer collaboration, a spring collection by Prabal Gurung inspired by crushes, first dates and falling in love.
Are you sick of Lady Gaga? Beth Hammarlund isn’t! In this week’s edition of String Theory, she tells you why. (And yes, it is related to fashion.)
Without further adieu, we present part two of our spring couture collections recap, featuring Gaultier, Armani Privé Margiela and Valentino.
Part one of Beth Hammarlund’s exhaustive coverage of the spring couture shows features Chanel, Dior, Atelier Versace & more.
The Golden Globes happened! This week in String Theory, Beth Hammarlund shares her favorite looks of the The Academy Awards’ ugly step-sister.
The final installment of Beth Hammarlund’s Best Dressed List of 2012: Fan Bingbing, Tilda Swinton, Anne Hathaway
Two down, two to go. Beth Hammarlund shares her third installment of her 2012 Best Dressed List, featuring Rita Ora, Emma Stone and Nina Dobrev.
Part Deux of Beth Hammarlund’s Best Dressed List of 2012. This round includes Diane Kruger, Rihanna and Karolina Kurkova.
Part one of Beth Hammarlund’s breakdown of the best-dressed stars of 2012 includes Solange Knowles, Keira Knightley and Kate Bosworth.
This week in String Theory, Beth Hammarlund shares her holiday wish list. Ahem, holiday gift guide. It’s totally not just for her.
Beth Hammarlund gives you a dose of Fashion: What the Fuck? courtesy of Yoko Ono, Alexander Wang and Karl Lagerfeld.
Beth Hammarlund waxes poetic about the malaise of this year’s holiday shopping season – and gets excited about the Target x Neiman Marcus collab.
The season of holiday dressing is upon us! This week in String Theory, Beth Hammarlund goes beyond the little black dress.
Halloween is just around the corner! No need to freak out about a costume. Beth Hammarlund’s got the fashionphiles covered.
Beth Hammarlund examines the life lived through an intense commitment to a signature style, a la Dita von Teese.
Beth Hammarlund takes you on a walk through “Dance Works III,” the Walker Art Center’s final exhibit in a series on choreographer Merce Cunningham that, in this installment, examines his collaboration with Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo.