"You might think of one site when you need extra-fast shipping while you head to another site when you want to try out the buzziest trends. Even if you think your personal stable of e-shops is the best out there, allow us to offer another suggestion to add to your list: Plan de Ville."
"This L'Afshar clutch adds a sleek, minimal edge to any evening look, but also pairs well with my everyday go-to's: denim, leather and knits for nights out."
"For her part, Jenner amped up the effect with an equally alluring Lucite clutch from L'Afshar and heels, metallic nails, and layered chokers."
"Thanks to Catherine Smith and her online shopping destination, Plan de Ville, we now know where the majority of our paycheck will be going each month. And we also know that we will experience zero buyer's remorse afterwards.
"Classic designs were tweaked and adapted to offer delicate, everyday basics to the cool girls who are already devoted to the label's sexy LBDs and elegant kick-flare pants."
"The Rising Star Retail winner was Catherine Smith, who started the PDV site to focus on emerging designers in November 2014."
"My favorite shoe of the year is my Privet sandal. It’s the kind of shoe that seems completely unnecessary but that you fall madly in love with.”
"This one by Dillon des Pres Co. has just the right amount of color to accent my daily wardrobe and is thick enough to make it through the tough streets of New York (I’m talking to you Broadway tourists)."
Sheer (But Colorful) Polishes Are The New Low-Maintenance Manicure featuring rings from Plan de Ville
"And if you, too, internalized what Leandra Medine said about nail polish and rings ("I hate the way nail color looks with rings—it's too ‘accessorized'"), then these are your colors. To test the theory, they're worn here with an assortment of rings from Plan de Ville."
"With a slew of e-commerce sites popping up nearly every day, it’s hard to pin point exactly why you should be shopping all of them. But Fashion stylist and writer Catherine Smith has come up with a saavy new idea called Plan de Ville..."