Editors’ Holiday Fragrance Pick: Nishane

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Many cultural traditions accompany and support fragrances. The Egyptians believed perfumes and fragrances were the sweat of the Gods. Religious traditions in Cyprus believed that certain fragrances brought worshippers closer to the gods. And culturally Chinese originally didn’t use fragrances to scent the body, but as a cleansing and disinfecting tool, believing that certain scents could eliminate disease from rooms.Traditionally in Turkey, cologne was offered to guests as a gesture of hospitality. This Turkish tradition sets the stage for the Turkish cologne, Nishane.

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As a cultural crossroad, Turkey, and Istanbul in particular, represents a melding of European, Asian, and Middle Eastern culture. Nishane, and its exquisite three collections of Extraits de Parfums, is a bold, modern mélange of what all three cultural traditions have to offer. Additionally, Nishane is Turkey’s first niche cologne.It took nearly two years to accomplish the rare essences of the 16-scent Extrait de Parfum Collection. The fragrance notes of each olfactive creation have been chosen carefully to tell unique life stories. Everyone is invited to feel Istanbul’s mixture of cultures with a sniff of a Nishane fragrance.

Fashion Reverie’s favorite colognes in the collection is Nishane’s ‘Spice Bazaar’ that conjures images of a Turkish bazaar in Istanbul. Juniper, cedarwood, pressed ginger, rosemary, ginger, black pepper, vanilla, and saffron transport the wearer to the pageantry of the city life of Istanbul. While ‘Afrika-Olifant’ can stimulate your hidden desires with its animalistic notes of civet settle, myrrh, frankincense, castoreum, leather, and oud. Get ready for the hunt!!

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Last, but not least, ‘Hundred Silent Ways’ combines mandarin, peach, tuberose, white jasmine, and gardenia to produce a fragrance that is bold, saucy, beautiful, and proud. Let this fragrance say things you are too timid to say!!In the spirit of Turkish hospitality, let Nishane be the gift that keeps on giving, transporting you to exotic locations and stimulating your senses! For more information, go to nishane.com.

—William S. Gooch

Editors’ Holiday Pick: Yandy’s Everyday Sexy Bra Collection

Oh the weather outside is frightful
But the fire is so delightful
And since we’ve no place to go
Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!

—Dean Martin

That’s right, since you have no place to go, this is the perfect time to show off a lovely, sexy bra to that special someone on those cold, frisky holiday nights!!

Instead of concentrating only on the exterior—you know, a great winter coat, fashionable boots, and the perfect holiday dress or ensemble—why not refocus and think about those sexy undergarments that make you feel all so feminine and sexy!! This holiday season yandy.com, leading online retailer of lingerie and specialty apparel for women, has announced that during the month of ‘DecemBRA,’ they will donate 10% of the proceeds from the sale of their Everyday Sexy Bra Collection to charity as the season of giving gets underway.

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What’s more, Yandy.com’s customers will have the opportunity to help determine which charity will be the recipient of the donation upon purchasing an Everyday Sexy Bra. The winning charity will be determined by who receives the most write-in suggestions by Yandy.com customers who purchase a bra during the month of December. The winning charity and total donation amount will be announced on or before January 31, 2018.Whether you are searching for a last minute holiday gift for a gal on your list or giving to the most important person you know … you, ‘DecemBRA‘ will allow you to get while giving regardless of the motivation. Happy Holidays!!



Editors’ Holiday Pick: Ten Coffee Tables Books for Fashionistas

It’s time for some last-minute holiday shopping. But it’s freezing, and you’re already backed with some many holiday duties. Get into your comfy jammies, brew yourself a nice cup of tea (or pour yourself a glass of wine) and check out these amazing fashion tabletop books that will have anyone squealing with joy.

Fashion Reverie will include an Amazon link to each item but Amazon is pretty slammed this time of year. Be sure to check delivery times and consider smaller independent outlets like powells.com or strandbooks.com. Can’t get it delivered by Christmas? These holiday treats are worth the wait.

Vogue: Living Country City Coast

Our first book is extravagantly illustrated with stunning photographs of breathtaking homes and gardens belonging to titans of the fashion, design, art, and society. Celebrated photographers including François Halard, Oberto Gili, Mario Testino, and others captured the images in this book. If this tome doesn’t inspire you to make redecoration your home your New Year’s resolution, I don’t know what will! 

Handbags: A Love Story: Legendary Designs from Azzedine Alaïa to Yves Saint Laurent

Fashion Reverie knows that handbags are vital, not just as a practical way to transport items but to display your taste and complete your outfit. This extravagant full-color anthology by renowned designer Monica Botkier celebrates 70 years of the most coveted handbags from world-famous designers and legendary international couture houses.

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty

Alexander McQueen was one of the most influential, provocative, controversial, and imaginative figures of the 20th century, using the lens of fashion to challenge notions of sexuality, gender, class, religion, and technology. Developed as a companion piece to Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition (compiled by the Costume Institute) on his work, Savage Beauty follows McQueen’s career from a struggling designer to his triumph as a leading London fashion house. Andrew Bolton examines McQueen’s groundbreaking work marrying the worlds of fashion, technology, and performance art.


 Grace: The American Vogue Years 

The legendary work of American Vogue editor Grace Coddington is showcased in this elegant publication that features the work of seventeen accomplished photographers who have worked with Coddington. This book is not inexpensive, but it is an investment that will bring beauty to your home for years.

Helmut Newton: SUMO, Revised by June Newton XL 

Measuring almost two feet long and weighing 65 pounds (in hardcover) this tribute to one of the fashion industry’s most intriguing, and influential artists of all time is a true work of art. You can find used copies online that will shave the price down on this book which some reviews have referred to as a “piece of history,” featuring 480 images.

Juergen Teller: Woo! 

This paperback is one of the more affordable options for the holidays.  The idea for this publication came about as an extension of the exhibition Juergen Teller: Woo! held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London in 2013. This an assortment of images spanning a 20-year period, including family portraits, magazine assignments, ad campaigns, landscapes and various personal projects. Teller is notorious for his rejection of the ultra-slick glamorous images fashion prefers, embracing more unpolished gritty aesthetic.

Yves Saint Laurent 

Yves Saint Laurent’s instantly recognizable designs were some of the biggest influences on fashion for the second half of the 20th century. Published in hardcover in 2010, Yves Saint Laurent, the first comprehensive retrospective of his life’s work, was created as an accompaniment for an exhibition of some 250 garments from the collection of the Fondation Pierre Bergé–Yves Saint Laurent at the Petit Palais in Paris.

Tom Ford 

Tom Ford has emerged as a powerful voice in fashion and pop culture. In 2008, Ford compiled this book of designs himself showcasing his early years at Yves Saint Laurent to his move to Gucci. His designs increased sales at Gucci tenfold and have helped build the Gucci brand into the luxury goods conglomerate that it is today.

Elsa Schiaparelli’s Private Album 

It is downright criminal more people aren’t aware of the amazing Elsa Schiaparelli. Elsa Schiaparelli is one of the most important couturiers and taste-makers of the 20th century. She numbered among her collaborators the artists Salvador Dalí, Jean Cocteau, Christian Berard, and Marcel Vernet, resulting in such extraordinary couture collaborations as the lobster and parsley dress, based on a print by Salvador Dalí, and the Circus collection of gold-embroidered jackets, based on drawings by Cocteau. Marisa Berenson reveals her private archive of pictures of her much-loved grandmother’s house in all its wit and eccentricity.

Charles James: Designer in Detail 

Charles James (1906–1978) with his innovative ideas and huge personality was one of the most sought-after couturiers of his day.  Without formal training, he created some of the most ambitious and dramatic couture of the 20th century. This table top book by Timothy Long features illustrations, new garment photography, and archival material, as well as examining James’ geometric rigor and passion for materials.

Vogue and The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute: Parties, Exhibitions, People 

The first Monday in May is a legendary day in New York as it’s the day of the social event of the season, the ultra glamorous Met Gala. It serves as an opening day for the Costume Institute’s new exhitbit.   The show’s opening-night gala, produced in collaboration with Vogue magazine and attended by the likes of Beyoncé, George Clooney, and Hillary Clinton, is regularly referred to as the East Coast Party of the Year. Authored and edited by Hamish Bowles, Chloe Malle with an introduction by Anna Wintour, the book covers the Costume Institute’s history, providing behind the scenes access. This tome presents the Costume Institute’s exhibits alongside the Vogue photo shoots that inspired them.


—Cameron Rose Grey


Editors’ Pick: Cargo x Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi Nail Polish

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We may be living in dark times, but there is still light at the end of tunnel. During a holiday season that can be stressful, as well as expensive, it is comforting to know that at those very special holiday celebrations you can be look chic and on-trend. Looking great can be your light at the end of busy tunnel of holiday hustle and bustle.Cargo Cosmetics’ light at the end of the tunnel is its new Cargo x Star Wars Episode VIII the Last Jedi Nail Polish. In this eighth “Star Wars” episode “The Last Jedi,” having taken her first steps into the Jedi world, Rey joins Luke Skywalker on an adventure with Leia, Finn, and Poe that unlocks mysteries of the Force and secrets of the past.

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Inspired by the fierce division between the light and dark sides of the Force, Cargo x Star Wars Episode VIII the Last Jedi Nail polish delivers opaque coverage in just one to two coats. The colors offer a mix of richly pigmented, high shine lacquers and metallic chrome and shimmer finishes. The limited edition 4-piece kit of ultra luxurious nail lacquers offers a quick-drying, high gloss, chip resistant formula that is formaldehyde free.Nail polish shades are Restore the Republic (Silver Shimmer), Praetorian Guard (True Red), The Force (Cobalt Blue), and Rule the Galaxy (Metallic Gold). The 4-piece kit retails for $22. And for more information about other Cargo Cosmetics’ products, go to cargocosmetics.com.

“Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi” opens nationally in theatres on December 15. May the Force be with you!!


Editors’ Pick: Katy Perry’s INDI Fragrance

Katy Perry is everywhere!! And that’s a good thing!! In addition to Katy’s music market saturation with a slew of hit singles and being the current host of “The Voice,” Katy has become a fashion icon. Katy Perry has the Katy Perry Collection with Covergirl. And there is also Katy Perry’s shoe collection.

For most celebrities, that would be more than enough market saturation; but not for Katy. You can now add to Katy Perry’s brand explosion her new fragrance from Coty Fragrances, INDI.

This is a brave move on the part of Coty Fragrances and Katy Perry. Celebrity fragrances traditionally have the shortest shelf life of all commercial fragrances. And though this fragrance statistic still holds true, depending on the celeb, the shelf life may be truncated, but there can be a lot of ka-ching in the short term. Katy and Coty Fragrance are betting on this!!

INDI is a one-of-a-kind seductive musk fragrance that elevates the senses. The fragrance is artfully crafted with 11 different musks that blend beautifully with open notes of oriental plum and Italian bergamot. The combination of fresh muguet and white cedar wood mingle with the velvety warmth of amber and vanilla in the background. Katy Perry’s INDI fragrance is as unique as the consumers that will wear the fragrance.

“The amber and musk combination in Katy Perry’s INDI gives off instant gratification of softness and comfort that I think a lot of people car relate to. I think that’s way it’s a fragrance that can be perfect for anyone. There is a softness to it that is so pleasant when you when you wear it, it makes you feel warm and cozy, perfect for the holiday season,” Caroline Sabas Givaudon, creator of Katy Peri’s INDI.

In this upcoming 2017 season of giving, remember, fragrances can conjure up memories of home, warmth, and familiarity; all great holiday emotions that are trending for 2017. Firmenich perfumer, Frank Voelkl, agrees, “each scent you experience becomes mixed with emotions. When you experience that same scent, it not only sparks a memory, but emotions as well. Our memories feel so much stronger in that moment because we almost get to relive them—feeling the same joy, or excitement, or comfort as the very first time.”

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Let INDI with fragrance notes that evoke emotions of comfort and softness be your choice for the holidays! Katy Perry’s INDI is available exclusively on walgreens.com and retail for $24.99–$45.00.—Staff

Editors’ Pick: NICOPANDA x UO

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For those who have wondered what Nicola Formichetti has been doing since his departure from MUGLER in 2013 and his exit as creative directorship at Vogue Hommes Japan in 2012, you only have to take notice of NICOPANDA, the clothing brand Nicola created with his brother Andrea in 2015. Based on the panda cartoon, the New York–based street wear brand is known for its whimsical and playful approach to ready-to-wear and accessories.Since its inception, NICOPANDA has become a favorite brand of celebrities, social media influencers, and youth culture enthusiasts. And the brand has also set itself apart because of its collaborations that are as varied and wide as the fashion industry has ever experienced. “NICOPANDA is a world I’ve created around my alter ego, which began as a simple character named after my nickname growing up, but has since evolved into a fully developed lifestyle brand. Beyond being an idea, which represents universality and individuality, NICOPANDA is a fashion brand fusing eastern and western aesthetics through clothing and accessories,” explained Formichetti in a models.com interview.NICOPANDA’s latest collaboration with Urban Outfitters (UO) consists of favorites from NICOPANDA’s current offering, as well as some exclusive items only available at UO. The NICOPANDA x UO became available on November 13 on urbanoutfitters.com and within select Urban Outfitters stores across North America and Europe, and will live across all UO social and web platforms.“I am so excited to launch with UO! Their stores and website are so much fun to visit and shop—it is a perfect home for NICOPANDA. I wanted to develop an exclusive collection for our launch with UO men’s and women’s—something fun and easy to wear. For this collection specifically—we took the classic idea of camouflage and shook it up with vivid colors—red, purple, pink, blue, yellow. The idea is to stand out—not blend in! I suggest layering them all together for a full-on look,” detailed Formichetti.The 8-piece women’s wear assortment includes a maxi puffer jacket in white camo, a playful mini-dress with cold shoulder detailing, a sheer maxi dress in red, a pink camo hoodie and matching joggers, a sheer ruffle dress in black, a puffer jacket in pastel camo, and a maxi puffer scarf. The men’s collection consists of a long-sleeve tee, an oversized hoodie, a double layer tee, a camo sweatpant, a puffer scarf, and camo hat. Prices range from $40 to $350.

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And remember, the 2018 Winter Olympics are a little over two months away. If you happen to be attending the Winter Olympics in Pyeong Chang, South Korea, you really be garner attention in NICOPANDA x UO’s pastel camo puffer jacket. This season nothing says 2018 Winter Olympics better than NICOPANDA x UO.

—William S. Gooch

Fashion Reverie’s Last Minute Halloween Looks

Halloween will soon be upon us! Did you get a last-minute party invite but don’t want to spend upwards of $75 on flimsy ill-fitting costume from Party City or Ricky’s you’ll never wear again? You may already have the ingredients for 5 quick and easy costumes for that fashionista in your closet.

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Anna Wintour, the legendary fashion diva herself!What you will need:

  • Your chicest outfit
  • Sunglasses
  • A copy of Vogue magazine
  • A bobbed wig in light brown

Put together a look you love! Accessorize like it’s going out of style. Don’t be afraid to go over the top. Never take off your sunglasses off even at night. Carry a copy of Vogue and give insane fashion advice. See wacky fashion advice below:

  • Those shoes may your ears look sad
  • The Pantone color of the season is jelly
  • My favorite look from New York Fashion Week is Jeremy Scott’s living cat scarves. But how do you make the scarves stop purring?
  • Are you breathing? Oxygen is SO last season

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Wednesday AddamsOh, sure you could do the traditional Mortica Addams, but everyone does that and besides people are just going to think you’re Elvira, mistress of the dark. Pick a different Halloween look?

What you will need:

  • Little black dress with long sleeves
  • White collared shirt
  • Black tights
  • Black flat shoes

Part your hair down the center and make pigtail braids on each side, if you really want to sell it, comb through some temporary black dye. Just know if you have blond or light brown hair, the black dye will take longer to wash out. Put foundation all over your face including your lips and skip any blusher.

Carry a headless doll and say disturbing (but funny) things in a flat monotone. Examples below:

  • I must feed the dog … to my alligator
  • Do you like my costume? I’m a serial killer. They look just like everyone else.
  • You have nice skin. It does a great job holding in your organs. It’s not even leaking.

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FBI Agent

  • Professional looking suit
  • Sunglasses
  • White ear buds

Or you can make it a couples costume by added a red wig to create Dana Scully and Mulder. You’ll need badges for both. If you don’t want to make a trip to the costume shop, write out FBI on a 3×5 index card and put it in your wallet to flip out when people ask who you are, or clip it to your breast pocket.

For the White House FBI Agent, slick your hair into tight bun; only put one ear bud in. To make it a sexy White House FBI agent add a mini skirt and stiletto heels.

Say things into your wrist occasionally such as:

  • “President Trump wants to address the press. Swap out his lip balm with a gluestick”
  • “Emergency: Sarah Huckabee just realized her makeup artist is a drag queen who hates her guts”
  • “Trump is getting grumpy, who’s turn is it to put him down for his nap?”


Two versions of Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”


  • Little black dress
  • Pearl necklace
  • Tiara
  • Elbow length gloves
  • Long cigarette holder, if you can find one



  • Man’s white shirt
  • Tassel earrings
  • Light blue sleep mask
  • Draw eyes on the sleep mask with a marker (gold if you have it, but black will do)


Audrey Hepburn’ character, Holly Golightly, was an AMAZING character. Reciting any one of her quotes from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” is fun and sure to get you lots of laughs.

  • “It may be normal, darling; but I’d rather be natural.”
  • “What I found does the most good is just to get into a taxi and go to Tiffany’s. It calms me down right away, the quietness and the proud look of it; nothing very bad could happen to you there. ” 
  • “Wrinkles and bones, white hair and diamonds: I can’t wait.” 

—Cameron Grey Rose







New York Fashion Week: The Shows Spring 2018 Editors’ Essentials

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 New York Fashion Week: The Shows (NYFWS) spring 2018 season is just around the corner and with shows scattered throughout New York City, editors have to be prepared for everything. Whether it’s rushing out the door for that 9 a.m. show, or trying to get to that after party fashionably late, Fashion Reverie has put together a list of editor’s essentials you need to survive the most exciting, but hectic and insane week of the New York fashion season.

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Haerfest Black Nylon Tote

With everything from beauty products to tablets to Smart phones, all editors need a good tote bag that will accommodate all their needs. Haerfest’s Black Nylon Tote is a sizeable bag to pack your life in for the entire Fashion Week. And a former member of the CFDA Incubator program created the tote.

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Image courtesy of zacalife.com

Zaca Recovery Chewables

Zaca Recovery Chewables are the perfect supplement while on the go to aid with electrolytes and hydration. The chewables come in tasty berry flavors, and are certified non-GMO with no artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners.

And for all those Fashion Week parties that last until the wee hours morning, if you think we are going to indulge in libations just a little too much take one Zara before the party and one at the end of the night and your hangover will be greatly diminished. Remember, health and style go hand in hand.

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Image courtesy of ponydry.com

Pony Dry

For those ladies who a good amount and time and money getting that fantastic coif, Pony Dry is for you. This hair cap keeps the length of your hair dry while you wash the roots. If you need to cut down on the amount of time spent doing your hair in the morning, Fashion Reverie highly recommend this.

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Image courtesy of epiceramlipcare.com

EpiCeram-L Lipcare

You will be taking lots of photos and selfies during Fashion Week and nothing looks worse than chapped, cracked lips. Replenish, rejuvenate and restore your lips with the first lipid-based lip care, EpiCeram-L Lipcare. EpiCeram-L® Lip Care contains 3 essential lipids to keep lips healthy and well nourished—ceramides, free fatty acids, and cholesterol. And it is ideal for even the most sensitive lips. Another great feature of EpiCeram-L is that it is a great product to use under your lipstick of gloss.

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Image courtesy of skotbeaute.com

Skot Beauté Radiance Eye Creme

As you are running from one fashion shot to the next, the hectic schedule of NYFWS will wear you down, and before you know it, dark circles and puffiness under the eyes. Skot Beauté Radiance Eye Creme is an intense non-greasy eye cream that illuminates while delivering 24hour moisture. It addresses visible sings of aging like dark circles, fine lines and wrinkles. Infused with minerals, Calendula, Sea Buckthorn and Avocado Oil. With daily use, firmness and suppleness are regained.

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Dome Mascara

For those popping eyelashes, Dome’s mascara is here to save the day. Just because you are running on four hours of sleep for the week does not mean you have to look like it. Keep those eyes right and bright with Dome.

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Image courtesy of anhesti.com

Anhesti Whipped Paste

For both the ladies and gentleman trying to keep that perfect coif, Anhesti’s Whipped Paste is the answer to that challenge. Made from beeswax, tapioca starch, and aloe vera, Anhesti Whipped Paste helps create hold in hair without the sticky feelings that come with polymers. It follows EU beauty standards and is cruelty-free for the animal lovers.

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Image courtesy of stikscosmetics.com

Stiks Lipstick

Stiks is the one-handed lipstick that lets you touch up that perfect pout while you are on the go. There’s also no feathering and it’s free of chemicals like paraben. Pop it in your handbag and touch up in that cab ride from Skylight Clarkson to Pier 59 Studios.

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THERAMU Relieve with Menthol

Fatigue and exhaustion can be coped with, but pain is another thing and very hard to deal with during Fashion Week. THERAMU Relieve with Menthol is an all-natural alternative to reducing pain and inflammation; this mentholated version improves people’s quality of life. When applied directly to the source of pain or discomfort, the fast-acting compound provides near immediate relief with a cooling sensation.

It is the proprietary blend of Emu Oil and Pure Hemp Extract working together as combat multipliers that results in far greater efficacy than their individual effect. Simply put, Emu Oil is proven to be a near perfect carrier for pure hemp extract, and the addition of menthol provides a quick-acting soothing effect.

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Image courtesy of bloomingdales.com

Ban.Do Mobile Charger

The must-have of all must-haves for editors during Fashion Week, a portable cell phone charger. Ban.Do Mobile Charger to the rescue!!

We have all been there when we’re rushing to a show, it’s only early afternoon and our phones are already dead. Editor sand industry professionals are panicking for our e-tickets and figuring out where to go next. Don’t be that person; get a portable charger.

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Image courtesy of taldepot.com

Illy Coffee in a Can

Let’s be real, Fashion Week turns everyone into a coffee drinker, even if you don’t consider yourself one. Illy’s 8.5 oz cans fit right into a tote bag, or even your pocket and are easy to drink on the go. However, by the last day of Fashion Week, you might need several cans of Illy.

—Kristopher Fraser

Fashion Reverie’s 2017 Back-To-School Picks

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Fashion pundits contend that Generation Y and/or Millenials are changing the face of retail, as we know it. No longer lured by labels and big household names such as The Gap, Juicy Couture, French Connection, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, JC Penny’s, Sears, or Urban Outfitters, Millienials /Generation Yers relate to brands that reflect their interests and lifestyles.

The National Retail Federation (NRF) recently reported that retail spending for college students would expand to $54.1 billion up from $48.1 billion in 2016 with the average individual spending being around $688.  Additionally, according to Deloitte analysts’ algorithms most back-to-school consumers make their purchases from the last week of July through the end of August.

And though many young consumers are attracted to fast, disposable fashion, a significant number are still looking for quality garments that reflect their lifestyles and values. Fashion Reverie has come with a few great deals that are not only fashionable and trending, but also meets that average $688 budget.

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Whether you live in New York City are you are just in love with all things New York City, you will make heads turn and demonstrate that are you an urban sophisticate with the NYC Subway Line 13` Map Laptop Sleeve. This handsome neoprene laptop sleeve features the NYC Subway map on the outside and a one-color Subway Map on the inside!   The NYC token zipper pull completes the look!  In New York black (of course), and at just $16.99, it fits into your budget!!

Images courtesy of Tobi

Images courtesy of Tobi

There are certain back-to-school items that are absolutely essential for collegiates. Tobi has all the answers for stylish co-eds. We want our Fashion Reverie co-ed followers to hit the hallways looking brand new. And the good news is all of their dresses are 50% off. Additionally, Tobi’s back-to-school items want break your bank!!

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Image courtesy of C&M Media

For those who do have some deep pockets, you will get lots of attention and look so chic. Based in NYC and Paris, Cochain challenges the conventional standards of luxury through its innovative and abstract designs.  Each bag is designed with the brand pillars of quality, functionality, versatility and custom detailing. Bags retail between $200 and $700.

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Image courtesy of Go Design Group, Inc.

Nothing is worse than when your Smart phone dies. Travelcard is the slim charger that fits in your wallet. It is first slim line portable charger with a charge and sync feature. And with the sale price of $29, you cannot go wrong.

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Image courtesy of Chic Execs

You have a solid back to school shopping list of notebooks, pens, and highlighters—but what about beauty essentials? Prepare for anything the year brings your way with Smolder Cosmetics!  When it comes to makeup, Smolder Cosmetics is on a mission to empower the artist in you. With a wide variety of eye shadows, matte lipsticks and highlighters to help you confidently showcase new makeup for the start of a new semester, keep your face alluring for fall using Smolder!






Editors’ Pick: For Fall 2017 Zadig & Voltaire Marries Three Prominent Trends

Collages1373Don’t be fooled by late summer temperatures, it’s time to start considering your fall wardrobe. And retailers are focused and primed to get consumers attention on fall clothes. Pre-fall clothing has been in the stores since late July and now big retail stores are being stocked with fall merchandise.

That said; when it comes to stylish fall fashion, no brand does it better than Zadig & Voltaire. Launched in Paris in 1997 by Thierry Giller, the grandson of Lacoste co-founder Andre Giller. Zadig & Voltaire quickly gained a reputation for quality accessible style funneled through the luxury ready-to-wear at prices that middle-income consumers can afford.  In recent years the brand has also branched into fragrances, accessories, jewelry and eyewear.

The fall 2017 season will be a season of lots of trends empowering each other. Things are not what they appear to be for fall 2017 and what might be seen as dissimilar bedfellows, for fall 2017 it’s all in how you mix and match these polar opposites. Zadig & Voltaire has found the perfect combinations. And with three store locations in NYC, you cannot go wrong!!


Military inspirations pop up as a trend every few years. For fall 2017, Zadig & Voltaire merges camouflage print and leopard spots in a bigger way on khaki and canvas. (Think of military influences in the Congo.) The fall 2017 collection includes a great camo jumpsuit zipped neck collar, as well as other pieces that combine a patchwork of khaki patches, velvet stripes and sweaters.


Zadig & Voltaire take leather very seriously. From distressed edges to smooth perfection, for fall 2017, the Parisian-based brand has married New York City style with Parisian chicness and sophistication.

Images courtesy of Catherine Miran NY

Images courtesy of Catherine Miran NY


Zadig & Voltaire loves to layer. This season Zadig & Zoltaire pair skinny jeans and jumpers with undie unmentionable, flouncy nightgown–like dresses and blouses. This pairing is for the fashion risk-taker and those who want to grab attention.

—William S. Gooch

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