Marissa Stempien graduated with a degree in English Literature and a minor in Asian Studies from San Francisco State University. Previously a beauty editor at Intergloss, Marissa now utilizes her love and passion of luxurious fashion everyday as Fashion Editor of JustLuxe. Originally from Santa Barbara, CA, Marissa has traveled to various cities across the globe most recently returning from living abroad in Tokyo. Always gathering jewelry and accessories from her travels, her unique lifestyle has given way to her love of luxury living. When not shopping for the latest heels, Marissa enjoys writing short stories and novels in her spare time.
Next year’s Met Gala will get a fashionably high-tech makeover. Today the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced that the 2016 theme will be Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology. Next year, the museum will display over 100 pieces from... Go to Article
During New York Bridal Week, Vera Wang debuted her new Fall 2016 collection, a lineup of dark, romantic pieces, titled Hotel Madrid Part Two. Drawing inspiration from Spain, the collection was detailed and deconstructed—lace draped softly aroun... Go to Article
Traditional brides may not want to look in Katharine Polk’s direction when it’s time to walk down the aisle. The founder and designer of Houghton, is aiming her brand toward millennials and eclectic brides. Presented during New York Brida... Go to Article
When looking for upcoming trends and new styles we almost always turn to Paris. They are considered some of the most daring, eclectic designers of the bunch and have a tendency to push our conception of what can really be called fashion. While some o... Go to Article
During New York Bridal Week, Lela Rose’s Fall 2016 collection played to the romantic notion of the winter bride. Gowns were luxurious but simple, traditional but youthful, and used soft texture to play up contemporary styles. Some pieces were h... Go to Article
The beauty app Glamsquad has just secured $15 million in venture capital. The online start-up allows users to book hair and makeup appointments and send a stylist to wherever they need—an office, home, or wedding venue—to help them get pa... Go to Article
In Ole Yde’s collection notes, the designer said he turned to “exotic and unknown lands, new cultures, colors and fragrances” for inspiration, and his eponymous collection, Yde, reflected this sentiment through a line of colorful an... Go to Article
Drawing from 17th century French aristocracy and the history of fencing, creative director Giambattista Valli presented a romantic, but sporty rendition of his feminine collections for Moncler Gamme Rouge. Filled with nipped waistlines, flared hips a... Go to Article
It’s hard not to get caught up in the Moschino hype. Jeremy Scott has sent everything from SpongeBob SquarePants to roller-skating Barbie girls down the catwalk, and fashion mavens have been snapping up his products as fast as they can. The lat... Go to Article
Balenciaga has just named Demna Gvasalia the brand’s new creative director. After months of speculation as to who would take over the position after Alexander Wang announced his departure in July, it seems the French label has chosen the up-and... Go to Article
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