Melissa Scalia

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Dance Dance Revolution

Socially speaking, spring in New York brings decadent ballet galas and openings for smaller, modern companies. Tuesday night, many frequenters of such events enjoyed a different kind of dance experience when the Cinema Society hosted a screening of Relativity Studios’ film “Desert Dancer” at the …

Celebrity Proof That a Canadian Tuxedo Is Actually Totally Chic

No Super Troopers in sight.<p>For too long, <i>Super Troopers</i> have given the denim-on-denim look a bad rap—but bringing it back to its rightful, decidedly chic glory are a slew of stylish stars who never steer us wrong in the style inspo department. From curve-hugging to borrowed-from-the-boys outfits, …

10 Pantone-Approved Beauty Products for Spring

Color is basically Brit + Co’s favorite thing, which makes it *pretty* easy to love Pantone and their <i>amazing</i> color palettes. But what do we love even more? Matching Pantone’s palettes to everything from our wardrobes to our post-workout smoothies. So… what’s next? We’re incorporating their hues …

Kim Kardashian Interview on North West: North's Favorite Word Is Shoes

Proud mama Kim Kardashian is spilling on North West's style sensibilities, and it turns out that the little one already knows she's a shoe girl.<p>"Every day she wakes up and says 'shoes,'" Kim told <i>Vogue</i>. "You have to bargain with her. Before you change her diaper she needs a pair of shoes on. She's …

How to Wear Spring’s Trickiest Trend

It can occasionally feel, when I peruse the comments on our fashion stories or discuss the latest runway looks with my friends and family, that the new fashion trends aren’t new, that they aren’t fun, and that they exist solely to punish us mere humans for having, well, distinctly human bodies. But …