She received her degree in Fine Arts, attended both FIT and the Parsons School of Design, and worked as everything from a graphic artist to an undercover security guard—but it's clear where Pamela Gaslow's talent and passion lie. After displaying her art in galleries all over the world, she turned her vision towards design in 2005, landing her Pamela Jo line in over 150 boutiques nationwide, as well as overseas in Russia, Japan, Korea, Dubai, and Canada. The New Yorker's creations are abound with color, humor and a little kitsch. Whether adorning clothes with quirky patterns or loud embellishments, the designer focuses on an aesthetic that's modern, refreshing, and never dull.
It’s family trip time! Before you hit the road—or the skies, or the seas—with your little ones, make sure you check out our broad selection of junior travel needs. We’ve selected an array of adorable animal-shaped roll-aboard luggage, sun-chic loungewear, swimsuits for boys and girls, and ideal-for-the-beach footwear. Whether it’s your toddler’s first family vacation, or an annual tradition with the kids, your youngest family members need to dress the part. We’ve got you covered for all fun-loving ages.
It may feel early to be thinking about temperatures dropping come fall, but one can never be too prepared: The picks we've rounded up here include timeless classics like peacoats, cardigans, and adorable hats, plus jazzed-up scarves, faux-fur-lined parkas, and super-warm snowsuit. We've also got an array of spring-appropriate gear that they can wear right now, from playful windbreakers to cute raincoats.
Fear not, parents of pint-sized trend-setters: You can still snag this week's best styles for your kids. Choose from cozy loungewear and casual denim to prim button-downs and soft sweaters.
Prim, playful or punk, this is eclectic kid’s clothing mix is still up for grabs. Find party frocks and retro-inspired separates like pleated trousers and trapeze blouses. More exuberant, romp-worthy wears include tie-dyed dresses and frilly, watercolor skirts. Look for stripes, eye-popping prints and primary, saturated hues infused into sweet separates, including cargo shorts, slim pants, edgy graphic shirts, and more.