Perhaps I’m just hungry, but is it me or do these Fashion Week dresses look like baked goods?
I instantly thought ‘wedding cake’ when the Marchesa model (left) walked down the runway wearing a dress that seemed to be made out of ruffled icing. And then there was this Betsey Johnson… More »
It’s always bittersweet when New York Fashion Week comes to a close. On one hand, editors and Fashion People citywide breathe a sigh of relief (not to mention regular people who just so happen to live near Lincoln Center); on the other hand, it significantly diminishes your chances of stealing a glimpse at Carine Roitfeld on… More »
Is it over yet? After a week-plus of runway shows, street fashion, model makeup and more, New York Fashion Week is finally drawing to a close. To finish off the week, we’ve got collections from Proenza Schouler, Jil Sander Navy, Elizabeth and James, Marchesa, Anna Sui — plus Katie Holmes’ latest collection for Holmes and… More »
Thursday night, Sarah Jessica Parker, Courtney Love and a slew of other celebs turned out to fete legendary designer Valentino. They were also there to support the opening of his new virtual museum, the Valentino Garavani Virtual Museum, an online catalog of the designer’s many collections, available to anyone — to view, at least. This… More »
It seems that the Playboy Club is enjoying something of a renaissance. First, there’s the sure-to-be-a-hit NBC show, “The Playboy Club,” debuting this fall, which takes place in the swinging ’60s. And now, the design team Marchesa has revamped the bunny costume for the club’s London location in the form of a delicious feather and… More »
Marchesa is known for creating pleasantly unique dresses, and this origami-pleated silk dress is no exception. Currently on sale for a mere $1,115, we had to get the Man Panel’s take on this avant-garde item. Read on for their always honest — and often hilarious — opinions… … More »
It seems like the Marchesa designers were drinking a bit of Karl Lagerfeld’s Kool-Aid, because at their presentation during New York Fashion Week, the fall 2010 creations were accented with a bit of body art. But there’s definitely a difference between the two brands, so let’s not call it a copyright issue just yet. Where… More »