Trendcast: 80s Fashion Makes A Comeback

80s Fashion Makes A Comeback | Glamhive Blog

After reviewing as many of the shows as I could from fashion month (which isn’t all of them admittedly… Still keeping up!), I thought I would review some of my favorite looks coming out of the woodwork again. In addition to black (I’m sure I’ve mentioned this before–I wear a lot of black!), a couple of the predominant trends I saw during Paris Fashion week …

It’s Not Easy Being Pantone Green

It's Not Easy Being Pantone Green | Glamhive Blog

How do you approach dressing in a color whose Pantone-Color-of-the-Year moment has passed? Last year, Marsala, before that, Radiant Orchid, and before that Emerald green. Spring, and our very American St. Patrick’s Day holiday has us wanting, or feeling obligated to wear green. So I ask again, how do you wear a color that has already oversaturated the trend sphere? The short answer is: you …

Men’s Style: It’s More About Your Personal Brand

Men's Style: It's More About Your Personal Brand | Glamhive Blog

Let’s agree from the start that there have been some fundamental changes in menswear over the last few years that permitted for individuality and the breakdown of what was once considered sacred in how men dressed. I am not going to focus on the state of the suit or what was once considered the standard uniform of men who were corporate conformist. The reality is …

Meet Glamhive Girl Layne Fable

Glamhive Girl Layne Fable

When we scout for our Glamhive Girl each month, there’s always this indescribable quality that sets her apart from the rest. She’s glam in her own way, has a clearly defined sense of style, is confident, and has this candidly cool quality about her–but it’s more than that. It’s like love at first sight. You just know. This month’s Glamhive Girl is student at Fordham University in …

Trendcast: Paris Fashion Week in a Daydream

Trendcast: Paris Fashion Week

Paris Fashion Week… Paris in the springtime, it’s everything that I love. I love going to Mariage Frères and getting tea from the giant tins, and heading to Esteban and always hoping for the elusive incense that one of my favorite photo directors sent me out for once-upon-a-time a million years ago. Guess what? They don’t make it. I know we spoke about the shows …