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We are excited to bring back our Fashionator series this fall and open with a profile of our talented friend Dee Dee Eustace. Many of you may be familiar with Dee Dee’s career as architect and interior designer of Taylor Hannah in Toronto, and her work on luxury residences and yachts around the world,  creating timeless elegant styles both in architecture and interior design.  Recently Dee Dee has decided to move to New York City, and

These are the articles that caught our eye this week.
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS:  Horse Show in Central Park

Guest of a Guest: Harriman Cup

VOGUE: Street Style London Fashion Week

YOUTUBE:  Listen to the full Barbara Streisand Partners Album

 
VOGUE: 9 Iconic Lipstick Moments in Film and the Shades to Match

 

 
Now this is something really new and exciting.  The first-ever, outdoor equestian sporting event at Trump Rink in Central Park in the heart of New York City, and the first time in a decade that the Big Apple’s played host to a major equestrian event.   This  will be transformed into one of the highest profile stages of U.S. show jumping history on September 17 to 24  as some of the best show jumpers and riders

We recently received a submission from a reader who asked us, “ I am traveling to Italy for two weeks in October and want to take a hat for sun protection.  Should I take a dark, straw hat or will the season allow for a wool fedora or bucket hat?” 
Dear Emily,  Thank you so much for contacting us at What2WearWhere, and what a great question!  Lucky you - Italy in October will be a dream trip!   We agree with

We don’t usually talk food here but my pals Sam and Tom Metzger are really on to something with their new line of all natural frozen food, dcuisine.  So when they asked if we would like a 15% discount for our readers, we said; “Heck, YES!”   It couldn’t have come at a better time, as getting back into fall’s schedule has really had us on the run, and we are terribly tired of

Maybe it was the Catholic school girl skirts we donned every September, or the preppy blazers and ties on the boys, but there is a strong emotional connection between fall and plaids.    This year’s weaves have a sophistication not usually associated with the Scottish cloth.  It is interesting that all of the best pieces are in black, gray and white.  And why not?  It is a breeze to accessorize with black or grey, or

Fashion’s Back at the Ballet is the timely theme of this year’s highly anticipated New York City Ballet Fall Gala.  The festivities will begin with a champagne reception,  followed by a exciting performance, and then the attendees will attend a  stylish black-tie supper ball on the Promenade of the David H. Koch Theater, in the company of the dancers.  This year’s charming Chairmen,  Cindy Chao, Marianne Lake, Jennifer and Trey Laird, and Sarah Jessica Parker are

What did women wear to Mercedes Benz Fashion week?  So many wore Black, White and Black and White, a fantastic transitional palette.  It makes September feel fresh and new again.  While we chose the scheme for the Couture Council Luncheon and for What To Wear to Fashion Week, we shopped a little more for some other great choices.  It is clearly the choice of stylish women everywhere both on and off the runway.  

Take a good look in your closet at your footwear for fall?  Do you have all the styles you need for a girl on the go?  Here are the 5 that we like to rely on for getting everywhere in style.  And went shopping at SAKS SHOE DEPARTMENT  to find the best of each.
1. A GREAT FLAT   This is the shoe that can take you everywhere.
2. WEDGE   For comfort and style.
3. KITTEN

These are the articles that caught our eye this week.
The big news of course is Fashion Week.

MERCEDES BENZ FASHION WEEK:  Watch Videos or Livestream  Your Favorite Designers 

PATRICK MCMULLAN:  2014 Couture Council of FIT Luncheon honoring Caroline Herrera

WWD:  They Are Wearing:  New York Fashion Week

BBC NEWS:  Prince William and Kate Expecting Second Child

E! Online: Top Designers Remember Joan Rivers

VOGUE:  Apple


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