When it comes to dramatic and flamboyant fashion, Corey Lynn Calter is a design virtuoso. The granddaughter of an Italian tailor, Calter launched her first collection at the tender age of 19 — eventually costuming for the Joffrey Ballet and <i>Sex and the City</i> stylist Patricia Field. Launched in 2000, Calter's eponymous clothing line displays her flair for stunning prints and color combinations with must-have layered jumpsuits, ruffled pants, scalloped shorts, flowing maxi-dresses, and casual-to-dressy striped shirt dresses. Oversize mirrored necklaces, beaded clutch bags, and other accessories add the perfect finishing touches to your Calter-crafted ensembles. A celeb favorite, Calter interprets boho chic in a way that’s of-the-moment, feminine, and far more haute than hippie.
Athletic influences have been making their way into the fashion space for a few seasons, but spring 2014 marks the absolute apex of gym gear going haute. The runways were awash in drawstring pants, mesh tanks, bomber jackets and baseball hats, and the typically-done-up editor crowd is feeling the streetwise vibe. “The fashion industry is embracing its more casual, comfortable side, but in a chic and practical way,” Glamour’s Nikki Ogunnaike says, “so any woman can get in on the action.” Take a cue from her cool look, then shop the sale below to take your style game to the next level.
The classic material goes modern in cool silhouettes and right-now hues.
Stylish sheaths, wraps, and more to wear from work until the wee hours of the night.
A mix of after-hours dresses and separates, tailor-made for dinner, dancing, and beyond.