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If you’re on the prowl for a backpack that doesn’t feel too…backpack-y, The Stowe's got you. —erica

Next Level Arrows


Arrows are everywhere right now, and if you’re looking for a way to wear ‘em, let me point you in the right direction (heh). —erica

LEVEL I: The detailing on the arm of those sunglasses? That’s a Karen Walker signature.

LEVEL II: Leave it to Charlotte Olympia to really go there—in a way that couldn’t be cooler, obviously.

LEVEL III: Now, here’s how to spice up a black dress, brought to you by Carven.

LEVEL IV: Totally insane and completely magical—that’s the Delfina Delettrez way.

It’s a real “Next Level” feast over here.


Here comes Lily Stan, making head-to-toe black look the opposite of boring. —erica

App Fab 13 Under-the-Radar Apps Designers Use Like Mad


Hope you have storage space on your phone ‘cause you’re going to want to start downloading. These are the apps that—besides good ol’ Instagram—our savvy and very busy designers swear by. —erica

1) Slack
“Slack makes workplace communication 100% more efficient. Try it, and you will never go back.” —Erin Wahed of Bande des Quatres

2) Over
“I rarely ever let anyone in on my secret love for this. It’s the perfect app to help create an Instagram post or an invitation or to add a little something extra to a photo.” —Kylie Nakao of Tarin Thomas

3) TeuxDeux
“I love TeuxDeux because it syncs with a desktop app and, for a freelancer/business owner, has been a lifesaver for organizing my to-do lists.” —Nate Poekert of Proper Assembly

4) SkyScanner
“This app tells you the cheapest flights all over the world within seconds—ideal for a travel addict like me. I love to search from New York to everywhere and see what’s available. I just booked a trip to Puerto Rico with my son after finding it’s cheaper to fly there than to Miami.” —Grace Chang of Ivory Row

5) Nike Training Club
“I love the 15 minute Get Focused workouts because they are hard, but short!” —Lyndsey Butler of Veda 

6) Waze
“It helps me get places so much faster—even if they’re more miles! I also get to know some shortcuts—that might include driving through graveyards.” —Yuka Izutsu of Atelier Delphine

7) Duolingo
“It’s a free language learning app. My boyfriend is Italian, so I have been practicing my Italiano while waiting for the G train.” —Nina Egli of Toujours Toi Family Affairs

8) WhatsApp
“WhatsApp is a lifesaver for me.  I can communicate with my artisans—and them with me—for free. Yay!” —Harper Poe of Proud Mary

9) Genius Scan
“I’m pretty intoGenius Scan—it lets me photograph documents and turn them into PDFs instantly.” —Molly Keough of Osei-Duro

10) Easily Do
“I could not imagine staying somewhat-organized about manufacturing deadlines, parent-teacher conferences, Mailchimp campaigns without it.” —Katherine McMillan of Pierrepont Hicks

11) PayByPhone
“I’m not a huge fan of apps, but I couldn’t do without PayByPhone! When I park in L.A., I never have money in my wallet, but with PayByPhone, I’m not worried anymore.” —Sandra Dejanovic of Happy French Gang

12) Songza
“I am allowed to say Songza?” —Kathryn Fortunato of Lizzie Fortunato
“SONGZA!” —Lizzie Fortunato of Lizzie Fortunato
[Ed: Lizzie’s BF Peter Asbill is one of the co-founders of this so-amazing music-streaming company.]

13) Longform
“It’s a long-form journalism aggregator that is curated by a great group of folks—almost every article you click on sucks you in. And! It works on the subway.” —Ellen Van Dusen of Dusen Dusen

In Character Quinn Morgendorffer




Oh, Quinn: You make such a good, midriff-baring nemesis. But—and sorry to say this, Daria—kid sister does have her endearing moments. And not just because everything about this show is so, so good. Her perky-and-popular look below. —erica 


A fitted pink Markus Lupfer tee that Joey, Jeffy, and Jamie all looove.


A backpack—more for brushes and lip gloss than books—from Dusen Dusen.


A black Eugenia Kim beret—because this is how deep people dress.

What’s the opposite of an “In Character” shortage? Because that’s what’s happening over here.


Navy suede coat with black shearling lining—Folk, color me obsessed. —erica

Double Take Rock Steady


If you need proof that rocking chairs aren’t just for little old ladies on front porches, how’s about these two? There’s the smart-looking Félix from the Belgian designer Frédéric Richard and the less angular—but no less awesome—Savannah III designed by the Brit Jolyon Yates. They both, well, rock. —alex ronan

Ready to sit back and take in more “Double Take?” Here ya go.


Yes, you still want a leopard-print dress. And, yes, it should be this Loup one. —erica

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