Tag Archives | New York

Meet us in NYC for Treats & Street Style!

Trick or street style! NYC Modsters, meet us in Bryant Park today for a ‘lil Insta-fun! The first 10 peeps to find us will get a special surprise, and we’ll have treats for the rest!

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A Window Lover’s Tribute to New York City

Graphic designer José Guizar’s project, Windows of New York, is a weekly illustrated log of his obsession with the varied windows seen throughout his city. Both graphic and geographic in nature, ‘Windows’ is a project we look forward to watching.

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Vintage View: Further Back with Andreas Feininger’s Photographs

We can never get enough of the pictorial relics of the Big Apple. We found a copy of the book New York in the Forties on the crowded shelves of a thrift store nearly 3,000 miles away!

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Vintage View: Traveling Back in Time with Joel Meyerowitz’s Photographs

It may be a controversial view, but when it comes to street style photography, my favorite aspect isn’t the amazing ensembles, but the city backdrops that play an ever important supporting role. And what better backdrop is there than ever alluring New York City?

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Street Style: Detail-Oriented

Street Style: Nicolette

This is one of those outfits you slowly sink into love with, detail by detail. We can’t get enough of ModCloth customer and photography student Nicolette’s charming ensemble, which includes surprising hints of color, a fabulous fascinator, and a pretty rockin’ skull ring.

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Meet Kater of All This Happiness

Meet Kater of the blog All This Happiness. With whimsical prints and retro flair, Kater channels fictional heroines in her everyday outfits. Perusing her blog might incite you to search out her hometown in Upstate New York because of the fairytale quality of her photos and the vintage wardrobe she has discovered there. When she doesn’t have her nose in a book, Kater is working in a bakery, where perks of the job include tasting cake (jealous!).

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Meet Helena of Brooklyn Blonde

Helena of the blog Brooklyn Blonde hails from NYC and her style reflects an urban sophistication with fitted blazers, tidy topknots, and sleek locks. But her look isn’t without playfulness; Helena isn’t afraid to experiment with color, and this vibrancy is what makes her ensembles pop. She’s a stylist who has thrown the traditional career path to the wind in order to freelance (which feels like an obvious inclination for Helena because of her dynamo dress-up skills).

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Best Job Ever: Ada Limón, Writer

Ada’s favorite workspace within the Sonoma Meadow House,where we held the interview and photo shoot.

When you combine over a decade of experience in the magazine industry, relentless motivation, and a whole lot of heart, hard work really does …

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A Day in Williamsburg with Idée Géniale

If you’re ever looking for a relaxing weekend in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg, blogger Mel of Idée Géniale has the perfect itinerary for you. During our last trip to New York, we asked this stylish Canadian-turned-New Yorker to show us her favorite local haunts!

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We’re Collecting Beach Fossils!

Sure, it may officially be autumn, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t missing chill summer vibes, endless sunsets, and any and everything lathered in barbecue sauce. The melodic stylings of Beach Fossils makes us even more nostalgic for carefree summer …

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Parisian Style from the Streets of New York

Sometimes, mixing styles doesn’t have to be as obvious as clashing prints or colors. We first stopped Paris native Stephanie in New York because of her pretty purple dress-and-cardi combo, and then noticed her fantastically slick, futuristic heels. We love …

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No Place Like Home: A Memoir in 39 Apartments

I was not planning to read No Place Like Home while moving across the country. But like so much else in life, as playwright and author Brooke Berman explores in her memoir, sometimes things don’t always go according to plan.

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Scarves, Our New Summer Staple!

Unlike Sandy and Danny Zuko, scarves don’t get much summer lovin’. After we saw this smart New Yorker using her scarf as a cardigan substitute, though, we’re not sure why. Loosely woven scarves are the perfect solution to cool summer …

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