faux fur

I love fur. I admit it. But I don’t love the idea of animals being treated poorly. A fashion girl's conundrum, I know. Wear faux, right? The problem is, most faux is so…fake. Very rarely do you find faux that doesn’t look like a little girl’s Halloween costume.

Designer Naeem Khan is looking to remedy this. His new faux line for HSN—for which he partnered with Tissavel Tiger—is a collection of deceptively real-feeling “furs" in a variety of colors. These are pretty darn nice—enough so that even the most fur fanatic (ahem) would wear them.

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banana republic mad men line

Every once in a while, you see a pack of people who are almost definitely going to a Mad Men-themed party: guys in skinny suits, tie bars, fedoras; girls in pencil skirts, scarves tied at the neck, cat-eye glasses. It’s a look that inspired everyone—designers and dressers alike. But how to sport it without looking like you’re going to a costume party?

Banana Republic teamed up with the show’s beloved costume designer, Janie Bryant, to help you do just that.

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siwa

Last night, Douglas Hannant introduced Pink, his new collection that one could consider diffusion. The line is more casual for Hannant—well, we use the word casual loosely. Think chic separates that would be perfect to wear to lunch, shopping, or out and about. But at price points decidedly lower from Hannant's main line. (Read: $75 to $400 for tops and separates, $200 to $700 for dresses.)

Pink launched with a very chilled out soiree at THoR (The Hotel on Rivington) on Manhattan's Lower East Side—a big change from the usual Hannant setting.

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