The “Real People” of Lanvin

man in suit against black background with red sofaLanvin never ceases to amaze us, whether it’s voluminous ruffles or models dancing to Pitbull. However this year for the fall 2012 ad camping, Lanvin hits home by featuring “Real People” in their ad campaign. A nice semi-down to earth feel for a line that takes a life time to afford. Although a few are aspiring models, none are “super models.”  The folks featured range in age, career, & personal style, in which a hint of their personalities seem to shine through the chic clothing. After the success of this campaign, why ever use super models again?Full Story


Street Style: Berkeley

Berkeley Style

Here in the Berkeley store we see an array of unique styles that are inspired by our culturally diverse community and our close proximity to other large cities like Oakland and San Francisco.Full Story


The Goods: Austin, Boston & San Diego

Buffalo Exchange ProductsYour closet may be bursting with summer goodies, but as we near the end of the season it’s time to clean out and treat yourself to some Buffalo goodies! Some of which may be these delightful items from our stores in Austin, Boston & San Diego.Full Story


Modern Twists on Old Classics

By Morgan Norris, Kristen Alfenito and Brittany Neal, Buffalo Exchange Phoenix

Classic Style

Image via historyconfidential.com

The 1920’s introduced to us the iconic flapper girl.  Ladies traded in their floor length dresses for those with shorter hemlines, they bobbed their hair and topped it with a cloche hat.  Girls dropped their waistline trying to create an illusion of a different body shape.  Behind this quirky new trend were girls with a sense of adventure and love for new fashion- something different! here is our modern take on the flapper:Full Story


Body Con for the Body Conscious

Body Con DressesOn the rise comes a trend that lacks any forgiving quality. Body con hugs every curve and clings to the body so tightly that it detours some of the trendiest fashion lovers. But we should not fear this trend; instead we should embrace a love of our curves and a knowledge of how to compliment the tight with the layered.Full Story


Meet Our Team: Ari & Jen

Portland Style

Ari and Jen of downtown Portland Buffalo Exchange are great examples of the style and fashion that Portland has to offer.  Both of them came to work sporting their brightly colored ensemble’s combined with funky twists.  Full Story


The Goods: Boston & Dallas

Check out these amazing items at Buffalo Exchange Boston (Somerville) and Buffalo Exchange Dallas.

Buffalo Exchange Product Brown Chloe open toe sandals $120, two pairs of Melissa’s for Vivienne Westwood black $35, gold $45 and a pair of platform Jeffrey Campbell’s $75 at Buffalo Exchange Boston (Somerville)Full Story


Street Style: Albuquerque

Albuquerque Style

New Mexico summers bring out the best in eclectic southwestern fashion, whether it’s a barely there wispy dress with a tooled leather belt or a lot of sun-blocking layers Albuquerque sees the best of them all and loves to show them off!Full Story


The Power Shopper: Cinderella Shoes

By Monica Negri, Monica is a Wardrobe and Image  consultant of Ten Outfits and  has three passions in life – Fashion, Food and Fitness.  All three interweave in and out of her life creating a beautiful balance.Cinderella ShoesI remember a long time ago going to the movies and seeing Disney’s Classic Cinderella.  I had my tube of Flicks and soaked up the masterpiece at the ripe old age of 6! Circa 1972. Full Story


Street Style: Boston Somerville

by: Rachel D’Alessandro and Jon Miller, Photos: Leigh Trainor; Buffalo Exchange Boston (Somerville)

Boston Style

In Somerville, the many universities nearby have impacted the style and selection at both of our locations. Here at MA1, we’ve noticed that diversity manifesting itself into 3 distinct styles: Heavy Metal Summer, Bright Bold Patterns, and Retro Tea Party.Full Story