the one thing: paskho by patrick robinson.

featherweight cashmere and modal henley, $99; warrior trouser with oversized tie, $99 featherweight cashmere/modal tank, $75 and combat pant, $99; urban bomber jacket with asymmetrical zip, $125 patrick robinson has done it all in the fashion world—he’s worked for giorgio armani, was head designer at anne klein, revived perry ellis into a younger, hipper brand, modernized paco rabanne, and brought…
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the one thing: slip into something more comfortable.

i know everyone is still wacky over the wedge sneaker, but a new silhouette is emerging as the next new thing: the slip on. the sleek design works with pants of varying styles, like rolled denim, skinny ankle pants, and wider menswear trousers. yes, you can go old school with vans (the checkerboard will never go out of style) but…
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the one thing: bombs away.

i remember when i was in high school, the coolest jacket you could have (besides a vintage one from i. goldberg, the army/navy store in philadelphia) was a varsity jacket. i was lucky enough to have earned one in track, and wore it to school and out with my friends with pride—and with my pegged jeans and suede penny loafers.…
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the one thing: silver and gold.

been loving the influx of metallic shine that’s been happening in bags and shoes. i’ve already indulged in these j.crew beauties (they have these pumps plus this lower heel option and a wedge this season) which seem to make any look more festive and fun. no matter if you love the high gloss mirror metallics or something more matte and…
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the one thing: coach 2.0.

coach, founded in 1941, has long been a mainstay in the handbag and accessories realm, and the company has always had a reputation as a maker of quality leathergoods. after reed krakoff, fresh off stints at polo and tommy hilfiger stepped in, he took the brand to the next level by adding product categories, non-leather bags, fragrances, and more. now…
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