The NYC Fashion Brand Empowering Women & Girls Through Education & Style

It’s tough to think of philanthropy and sleek, jet-black New York fashion as going hand-in-hand, but Marcella marries the two perfectly. The brand is the product of a love story between founders Siyana Huszar and Andy Huszar: Their love for each other, for sophisticated city style and for women and girls is what ultimately led them, after years of working corporate nine-to-five jobs, to launch their company.

Siyana comes from a line of female fashion designers. She grew up sowing with her grandmother, a designer in Bulgaria, and developed her own polished taste while living in New York City. That is also where she—after realizing she had limited space in her tiny closet inside her Manhattan apartment and couldn’t afford the designer labels she was seeing on Fifth Avenue—came up with the idea of Marcella.

“I really wanted to dress a woman like me: someone who

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Paris, NYC, and London Fashion Girls Told Me the 2021 Trends They’re Excited For

I often turn to stylish fashion insiders to get their insights on what they have their eye on at the moment—from the runway trends that are catching their attention to the exact items landing in their shopping carts. Thinking ahead to spring, I reached out to some fashion people in Paris, NYC, and London (a few of my favorite cities for cool style) and asked them to share which 2021 trends their most excited about for the upcoming season.

From barely there “naked dresses” and corset tops to fresh ideas for styling denim and the bold colors they’ll be swapping in for neutrals, there’s no shortage of fashion inspiration to borrow from them in the coming months. While their takes on popular fashion trends ahead in 2021 were across the style spectrum, there was one common theme: a general sense of optimism for where fashion is headed.

Paris Girls

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The Fall Trend Fashion Girls From 20 to 50 Years Old Are Obsessed With

Calling a suit a “trend” does seem a bit odd considering most people think of their suits as timeless wardrobe staples, but it wasn’t until a few years ago that suiting finally felt trendy again versus, well, a little tired. Thanks to brands like Tibi, Proenza Schouler, and Bottega Veneta, sharp tailoring and investment-worthy blazers, trousers, and the like are all fashion girls can think about, but this fall 2020 season, things took a turn. When a timeless trend like suiting comes back around, it is common for designers to try to reinvent the wheel in an effort to make things feel fresh again. Now that we’ve had quite a few seasons of that, they did the opposite.

Instead of highlighting deconstructed blazers, the return of Bermuda shorts, and oversized ’80s shoulders, designers kept things simple and highlighted the true integrity of the suit. Show after show, we

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The Jewelry Fashion Girls Are Wearing With Their Casual Fall Outfits

I think one of the reasons people love to buy jewelry is that you can wear it every day and with everything, year-round. You can wear the same pieces out that you wear to just lounge at home. And there are some pieces that you may never even need to take off. But perhaps my favorite thing about jewelry is that it’s the easiest way to dress up any outfit, or at least add a little more personality to it.

For obvious reasons, there are a lot of casual outfit posts on Instagram these days, but that doesn’t mean they’re going un-accessorized. ‘Tis the season to start transitioning our wardrobes to fall, so you may have noticed fewer bikinis and more cardigans on Instagram recently. But few of those casual fall outfits are sans-jewelry, even if it’s just one special piece. I’ve been tallying up the trends I see repeatedly

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