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by Amanda N. Ross Photographed by Woman shopping in NYC and walking on the street
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
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Crowning Glory


When stylist-to-the-stars Adel Chabbi recently moved his signature studio, Adel Atelier, to the Upper East Side, you could practically hear a stampede of stilettos running up Lexington to get in line for a new cut in time for Fashion Week. For fall, the so-dubbed “Adel Scissorhands” and his not-so-secret weapon, master colorist Gina Marie Picciotto, are rolling out a new highlight-placement style—namely, hidden color around the face that takes center stage once hair is pulled back. Now Picciotto’s signature move is making waves with their long list of high-end clientele as the autumn’s must-have look. adelatelier.com


Fur Real


With a running theme of “It’s not your grandmother’s fur!” luxury winter brand Vizelle is bringing their trendy line of fur outerwear to the U.S. for the first time this month with a weekend full of special showings September 15-17 at the Drawing Room. The London and Hong Kong-based company specializes in trendy yet timeless pieces ranging from vibrant and colorful to subdued and classic, all completely custom-made and tailored to your body just in time for colder weather. vizellecouture.com


Fearless Femme


Feminist superhero and all-around icon Erica Jong is giving her legions of fans another follow-up

to her 1973 bestselling book Fear of Flying with a new novel about what it means to be a woman in

the 21st century. Set against a colorful Internet backdrop—a notable departure, obviously, from her first novel—the book weaves in elements of female sexuality and a deep understanding of humanity for which Jong is famous. Sure to both satisfy longtime fans and forge new ones, Jong’s story is truly fearless. ericajong.com


Magic Carpet


Though they’ve been in the business for more than 40 years, Solo Rugs is taking innovation to a new level with the introduction of their all-new online storefront, bringing thousands of handcrafted, bespoke rugs to décor-savvy homeowners across the world. With a colorful piece perfect for every budget (the rugs typically range from $399 to $8,000), the site is dedicated to variety. Thousands of new, handcrafted styles from around the world appear on the site—and in your inbox—each week, ensuring that no floor is left unadorned once you start clicking your mouse. solorugs.com


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