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Taylor Aube is a fashion & lifestyle blogger, New York Fashion Week photographer, and a fashion writer discussing the fashion industry and runway trends.
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Fashionable Font: The Rhetoric of Typography

“Unbelievable Fashion“ by Epilogue Imaging for Vogue UK December 2008 The term never judge a book by its cover certainly does not apply to fashion magazines. It is the very essence of deciding whether or not the model or celebrity suits your taste or, just as importantly, if the typography has enough visual texture, tone and personality to convince you to buy. Tapping into the visual rhetoric of typography in fashion magazines is an unexplored domain...

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New York Fashion Week Part 2: Shows, Parties and More!

This NYFW was a major success to say the least. I attended 25 shows, partied at multiple events, got lots of freebies, and finally met my awesome Style Collective girls in real life! This was my first time at New York Fashion Week as an influencer/blogger and not as media. I did bring my camera to a few shows because I can't shake that photographer in me, after all that's how I got my start at fashion...

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50 Fashion Blogger Problems

If you have found your way to this post it's for one of two reasons. 1) You are an innocent bystander wondering what's the deal behind fashion blogging, or 2) You are a fashion blogger looking for a laugh (but really to see if other girls struggle as hard as you sometimes). The world of fashion blogging can be very demanding. As we all know, Instagram and blog posts are the primped and polished final product of...

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5 NYFW Runway Trends You Need to Try this Fall

Source: Fashion Gone Rogue This is a guest post by freelance fashion writer Rachel Fey. With fall quickly approaching, it's time to start thinking about rotating in some seasonal pieces. Fortunately, there are tons of very stylish trends that also happen to be extremely wearable. This means that you can easily incorporate many of these looks without feeling intimidated. To get started, I would recommend gradually transitioning to full-on fall wear in tandem with the temperature. Until it's...

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Ralph & Russo Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2016

Before we immerse ourselves in the world of couture, let's take a look at the history of Ralph & Russo. This is a brand the majority of people may not know, but it most definitely is a brand that fashion lovers should know. Ralph & Russo was the first and only British fashion house to be elected by the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture to show at Haute Couture Week in Paris. The designers are Tamara...

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Classic Style Icons Every Fashion Lover Needs To Know

As time moves forward, fashion lovers from all domains constantly reference styles and trends of decades long gone. The leaders of these trends were the fashionably clad woman whose style surpassed all others. These women from diverse backgrounds have become classic style icons and are the names and faces all lovers of fashion should instantly recognize. Known for their individual style and breaking boundaries of contemporary fashion, I present you my favorite classic figures along with their...

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Tim Walker: The Master of Fantasy

For many of us, fashion is our true form of imagination. We appreciate it for the freedom it gives us to create and express our emotions. From the clothes we pick out to the persona we strive for, fashion can allow oneself to become anything of, or out of this world. For Tim Walker that is only the half of it. His sense of creativity exists in photography. Walker’s photographs allow him to transform the newest...

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Chanel Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2016

When it comes to Karl Lagerfeld's designs for Chanel and his ever-changing atmosphere at the Grand Palais, his collections are hit or miss - generally a hit and rarely a miss. Even if a collection was not his best one must applaud Lagerfeld's audacity to push himself and the brand to attempt new concepts, themes, and most importantly new materials each season. This Chanel Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2016 collection highlighted the eco-consciousness of the brand and featured wood shavings and paillettes embroidered...

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The Best of Pre-Fall 2016

Feast your eyes on the latest Pre-Fall 2016 collections. Designers from A-Z are featured in this post where I've accumulated all of my favorite looks.  Some designers have yet to release their collections, such as Dior and Prada - quite often they have an extravagant runway show for Pre-Fall and Cruise. Chanel is always the first to release Pre-Fall. This season's collection was held in Rome and last year's show was in Salzburg, Austria. Even for an off-season collection,...

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Prada Fall/Winter 2015

During my time in Paris, I decided to take a macaron baking class. The sweet, delicate confections were a delight to make, but even more so to eat. Leaving with a box topping 50 macarons, I had plenty to share with my host grandmother, host brother and my other American roommate. Despite my generosity I still had too many for one sitting. Knowing that the life span...

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Louis Vuitton Resort 2016

California Dreamin’ “On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair. Warm smell of colitas, rising up through the air. Up ahead in the distance, I saw a shimmering light. My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim, I had to stop for the night.” The lyrics of this surrealistic narrative tell a tale of a weary traveler who checks into a luxury hotel in California. Experiencing the land of Hollywood...

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Dries Van Noten Spring/Summer 2016

Accompanied by a string quartet, a 1940′s suave, and a sophisticated palette of the most dynamic fashions sent down the recent runways - Dries Van Noten has done it again. Spring/Summer 2016 was a nouveau-retro collection, which Noten described with as “vivacious, jubilant, fearless and flirtatious.” Noten is always looking ahead with his designs, never repeating a collection or an idea. Accompanied by an eclectic signature style, this...

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