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While there's plenty of activity in Manhattan surrounding what we'll be wearing next spring, revelers in Brooklyn this weekend took it back a couple of decades at 90s Fest, an all-day concert on the Williamsburg waterfront that featured Lisa Loeb, Naughty by Nature, and plenty of fanny packs. Check out the best looks — including pop culture-inspired looks like Kelly Kapowski and the Spice Girls — in the gallery above.
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In an age where few things are as time-consuming as the appearance of effortlessness, even bohemian waves gain exponential appeal with a little lived-in texture. Good news for the fashion crowd, who has embraced the look amid sudden showers and gusty days during the New York shows. Jessica Alba was spotted with her long bob falling into billowing pieces yesterday, while Kendall Jenner let Manhattan’s wind tunnel work its magic on her glossy layers, and Kim Kardashian West embodied the look while dashing between shows. Over at the Toronto Film Festival, Drew Barrymore’s fluffy ombré mane was a testament to the joys of a brush-free existence (and a little second-day frizz). And true to Parisienne form, Clémence Poésy’s exquisitely rumpled layers looked like the handiwork of a hit of dry shampoo and a quick disco nap before the premiere. The key to upgrading the look? A crisp, clean, dead-center part that provides all the easy polish necessary for a day on the go.
People talk a big game about preparing their feet for summer—pedicures, peels, foot facials, etc. That's all well and good—but isn't summer the season that's hardest on feet? Beautify your feet leading up to sandal-wearing, and also take into account these protective measures when you actually start wearing them. Several women who are often on their feet (and often in stylish-but-uncomfortable shoes) weigh in:
Dianna Lunt, Stylist: "I always keep a Dr. Scholl's Blister Defense Anti-Friction Stick around to avoid blisters from hard leather shoes and sandals. To keep my heels and bottoms of my feet nice and soft, I use a natural pumice stone in the shower and lather up my feet with Mustela Hydra Bebe Body Lotion and finish off with Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse Multi-Purpose Dry Oil, which I use on my whole body."
Camille Becerra, Chef: "The first thing that comes to mind is never wear flip-flops outside in the city. It dries out your feet so much—not to mention it's so dirty. I love going to the beach and exfoliating my feet with sand. I also made a frankincense spray with essential oil and rosewater to spray on my feet. I like to think it grounds me and also gives feet—generally my most forgotten body part when pampering—some nourishment."
Melissa Karl, Editor: "Preemptive Band-Aids! And bigger ones than you think—cover the whole area that might rub until your shoes are fully broken in. Though I think it's true what they say—some people just have better feet for shoes than others. People who don't get chewed up in the first place are blessed."
Taea Thale, Photographer: "I really believe in a good insole! I've mastered hiding Dr. Scholl's DreamWalk Ball of Foot Cushions in all of my shoes that may rub or pinch. I also swear by ProFoot Care Callus Blaster—it keeps the dead skin away and leaves my feet soft and callus-free. And if a blister or rub appears, nothing helps heal faster than Neosporin and a Band-Aid."
Ali Michael, Model: "To be honest, I try to avoid wearing heels in all seasons. [Laughs] I'm sure my agency would be horrified to find out that I've been wearing Air Max 95 sneakers to castings lately..."
Venus Angelic is a Tokyo-based YouTuber who we spotted on the street in Harajuku near the famous Takeshita Dori shopping street.
Venus Angelic is wearing a cute skull print dress from the Japanese brand Alice and the Pirates with knee socks and Tsumori Chisato flats. Her cute plush rabbit bag is from Baby, The Stars Shine Bright and her hair was done by her mom.
Venus told us that her favorite fashion brands include Liz Lisa and Etude House and that she likes the music of Yuuhei Satellite. Find her on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram for more pictures, video, and info.