Editor picks

  • The Daily Front Row | March 29, 2013


    WHAT: The Inaugural Collection of Les Marquis de Ladurée...WHY: The chicken or the egg, ever the perennial philosophical quandary? Ladurée has the answer, apparently. These irresistible chocolate eggs are for chocolate connoisseurs of all ages. Ladurée is an all-time fashion crowd pleaser, which makes these treats the perfect melt-in-your mouth Easter gift for the chic set. We only wish that elusive bunny had left us such delicacies when we...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 28, 2013

    Fringe Festival

    WHAT: Forget Me Not Flower Print Triangle Scarf...WHY: Who said scarves were only meant for winter? Forget about it! That's simply foolish, darlings. This silk twill scarf is light enough to throw over your spring wardrobe, while the plush cerulean fringe from corner to corner adds ample whimsy and flair. And that blown-up pattern of blooms? Pretty yet subtle and subdued enough to feel unfussy. Talk about flower power...AVAILABLE:...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 27, 2013

    Daisy Dalliance

    WHAT: Tibi Daisies Jacket...WHY: The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the sky is a rather fetching hue of blue. Perfect timing, then, to incorporate a tailored and printed linen suiting jacket into the mix! It's kind of a wearable way to stop and smell the flowers, at least theoretically speaking. You'll be craving a daisy chain-making sesh in no time...AVAILABLE: $595, Tibi.com...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 26, 2013

    Peacock Pump

    Book your pedi appointment because it's time to bust out the spring pumps.

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 25, 2013

    World Traveler

    WHAT: Soludos Raffia Low Cut Black and Green Espadrilles...WHY: The chic set is bound to be green with envy as you trek the globe in these Soludos espadrilles. Whether you're backpacking through Europe or a do-good philanthropist in Africa, these Soludos kicks seem bound to take you to unexpected places. Let your adventurous side out and your shoes do the guiding. Who knows? You just might meet a handsome...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 22, 2013

    In Full Bloom

    Spring has sprung and Nicole Miller is in full bloom!

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 21, 2013

    Flower Power

    WHAT: Moncler Giasone Floral Rain Jacket. WHY: Spring showers may bring May flowers, but you can have your fleurs whenever you want them with Moncler's haute rain jacket. Just hit the streets and add a little bloom to the rainy gloom. It's that easy. P.S. We recommend wearing this statement stunner come rain or shine.

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 20, 2013

    Spiked Interest

    WHAT: Rebecca Taylor 2b x rt spike earrings WHY: Consider yourself forewarned: this spike-laden Rebecca Taylor and 2Bandits collab is highly likely to pique your interest. They're perfectly edgy, and you're bound to remove only for slumbering (so as to avoid self-injury via your own baubles, of course.) We don't recommend using them as weapons of self-defense. Unless utilized, necessarily of course, to fend your way through a sample sale... AVAILABLE:...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 19, 2013

    Snap Crackle and Pop!

    If you're looking to get some of Fall's edgiest trends in your wardrobe asap for Spring, this neon green cracked-leather moto jacket has you covered.

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 18, 2013

    Pirate's Booty

    WHAT: Philip Crangi + JewelMint Multi Spear Collar...WHY: Sound the horns! For their first Studio Series collaboration, JewelMint has collaborated with Philip Crangi on a limited-edition collection. Tapping into the feel of pirate's treasure, Crangi has created an oxidized brass plated chain necklace featuring horn accents. The roughed-up collar is rather akin to a treasure snagged from the depths of the sea, non?...AVAILABLE: $59.98, JewelMint.com...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 15, 2013


    WHAT: Joe Fresh for jcpenney Slim-Fit Sateen Pants. WHY: Slip into these printed pants that pop and brighten up your wardrobe for Spring. Made with a touch of stretch for comfort, these graphic crop pants are perfect for everything from a day at the office to a beachy vacay or summer picnic in the park. Pair them with any solid color button down or tank from the collection and...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 15, 2013

    Pretty Pinky

    WHAT: David Yurman Pave Gemstone Pinky Rings. WHY: Don't let your raised pinky go bare as you sip your champagne, darlings. Say "I do" to David Yurman's pinky rings which come in a palette of purple sapphires, cognac diamonds, pink spinels and white diamonds, all set in 18-karat white gold. Signet rings have long been a signature of sartorial class, but these sparkly signets add some dazzle to the...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 14, 2013

    Kaleidoscope Effect

    WHAT: Milly by Michelle Smith Mesh Racer Dress...WHY: You don't need mirrors to appreciate this kaleidoscope of colorful patterns. Though we'd recommend checking yourself out; everyone else is likely to be doing so. It's never too early to prep your summer wardrobe with this Milly by Michelle Smith frock, parfait with black opaque tights now and easily segued into an alfresco cocktail party go-to once the temps turn warm....

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 13, 2013

    High Frequency

    WHAT: Kate Spade New York Radio Samira Patent Leather Clutch WHY: Dial up the chicness with this fun '60s-inspired radio-shaped clutch. Kate Spade knows the appeal of a vintage vibe, and the perpetually adorable brand isn't afraid to bring the noise with this glossy patent leather number. The seafoam hue of this kitsched-up clutch feels retro yet modern at the same time. Groovy, non? AVAILABLE: $298, KateSpade.com

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 12, 2013

    Candy Coated

    WHAT: Aruna Seth Candy 120mm Heel in Rose Leather WHY: Have a craving for a sugar high? Feast your eyes on this Aruna Seth pair. The pale pink hue is unabashedly sweet, while those delicate stiletto heels get a delicious dousing of pearls in an array of pastels. Almost good enough to eat, non? AVAILABLE: $1,032.98, arunaseth.com...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 11, 2013

    In Full Bloom

    WHAT: Phillips House Wildflower Multi-Stone Earrings...WHY: Let your inner flowerchild out with these wildflower earrings. The amethyst, sapphire, blue topaz, chalcedony, lapis, peridot, tsavorite, and pave diamonds are in full bloom this season. Be among the likes of Michelle Obama and Kate Middleton to adorn yourself with the finest of Phillips House's jewels. Next stop on the career ladder? Political royalty, perhaps...AVAILABLE: $54,000, PhillipsFrankel.com...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 8, 2013

    Wicked Walk

    WHAT: Maison Dumain by Be&D Trompe L'Oeil High Top Sneaker...WHY: There's no place like home! HSN's OZ The Great and Powerful collection launched just in time for today's world premiere of the flick. The collection has over 50 brands and more than 400 home, beauty, fashion and accessories products from HSN partners and fashion icons Naeem Khan, Badgley Mischka, and Adrienne Landau. Now is your chance to embody the...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 7, 2013

    Totally Ruffled

    WHAT: Nicholas Kirkwood Ruffle-Trimmed Suede Pumps...WHY: Think your existing cadre of six-inch heels make an impact purely on grounds of their teetering height? Prepare to reconsider. The addition of pleated grey ruffles, plumed on the half-foot-high Nicholas Kirkwood heels, makes for a decidedly memorable exit view, and the most whimsical yet still sexy gussy-up of a classic (albeit very tall!) black heel we've seen in a while...AVAILABLE: $1,095, Net-a-Porter.com...

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 6, 2013

    Destiny's Child

    Find your destiny with renowned energy healer Aleta St. James and acclaimed spiritually inspired jewelry designer Mary Margrill.

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 5, 2013

    Soupy Situation

    WHAT: Andy Warhol Sleeveless Tunic WHY: Where UNIQLO and Andy Warhol cross paths, a collection of the "Mmm Mmm Good"-worthy moniker emerges. In 1962, Warhol took the Campbell's soup can and integrated it into a series of pop art silkscreens, experimenting with negative-reversed color schemes. Now you, too, can express yourself with this tunic. As the Campbell's folks like to say, it's amazing what soup can do, non?...AVAILABLE: $19.90, UNIQLO.com...

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