The Spring 2015 Bridal Collections have officially arrived. Get your Pinboards ready.

1. Monique Lhuillier‘s entire collection is a dream. But this one gown just single-handedly took “something blue” to a whole new level.

2. Jeweled, sheer, and romantic. Jenny Packham, you’ve done it again.

3. Off-the-shoulder necklines are making a comeback. Hopping aboard the trend train? Mr. Oscar de la Renta himself.

4. Tulle overskirts had a major moment on Amsale‘s runway. (And we loved every second of it.)

5. We always expect inventively gorgeous designs from Vera Wang, and this year’s looks certainly didn’t disappoint.

Can’t get enough Pinterest inspiration? Check out past boards that caught our eye.

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April 22, 2014

Serving with these clink-ready pieces at a dinner party is just about as classy as it gets. But that doesn’t mean they should hide away in cabinets between special soirees. Here, three ways to work them into everyday living.

Creative Ways to Use Crystal in Entertaining

1. Citrus Centerpiece
Fill an ice bucket with lemons or oranges for a piece that will awe any dinner or buffet table.

2. Vanity Tray
In the kitchen or bedroom, store perfume, earrings, or bobby pins in crystal coasters.

3. Dip Dish
Glam up casual get-togethers by spooning store-bought dips into crystal candy dishes.

Get your creative juices flowing in The World of Waterford & Wedgwood Boutique on Friday, March 14, at 3PM ET.

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March 14, 2014

First it was Oscar de la Renta. Now it’s Vera Wang – and possibly Carolina Herrera. Yes, one by one it seems designers are opting out of Fashion Week at Lincoln Center. Why? As Herrera told the New York Times, it’s all “gotten too commercial.”

Fashion Week

And Herrera isn’t alone: several designers have spoken out recently against Lincoln Center’s out-of-date tents, overwhelming presence of street-style celebs, and increasingly high costs. IMG Fashion (which runs Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week), however, is working to rectify the situation – promising designers revamped sound and lighting and more exclusive guests lists. But will it work, or will this be the end of Lincoln Center as we know it? Ms. Wang, it’s your move.

Read more about the changes to expect at Fashion Week this spring on Racked.com.

By Keriann Coffey, Associate Editor 

What do you think? Is this the end of Fashion Week? Tweet us at @ruelala and let us know.

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December 17, 2013