From Alexandre Herchcovitch’s checkered shirts to Suno’s voluminous dresses, Day 4 of New York Fashion Week was everything you want in a fashion week — and more. We’ve got collections from Herchcovitch and Suno, along with Maison Martin Margiela, Boy by Band of Outsiders, Helmut Lang, Alexander Wang, and so, so many more. Check ‘em all out after the jump! Keep reading »
New York Fashion Week has begun, and while we’re still waiting for the big name shows that draw legions of designer-clad starlets, the first celeb sightings are starting to trickle in. Click through to check out some photos from the front row, including Heidi Klum’s plunging neckline, Hailee Steinfeld’s gorgeous green lace dress, and proof that Cory Kennedy still exists (and stay tuned for more front row pics next week!)…
Saturday marks the third day of New York Fashion Week — and featured shows from Kate Spade, Rebecca Minkoff, Prabal Gurung and tons of others. While we were less than excited about the offerings at Charlotte Ronson (sort of tepid florals in a muted shades), Cushnie et Ochs collection of white, magenta and blue dresses thrilled. Check them out — several other shows from fashion week’s third day, after the jump! Keep reading »
Day 2 of New York Fashion Week rolls on. Today, there were new offerings from Thakoon, Richard Chai LOVE, Tadashi Shoji and tons of others. At Creatures of the Wind, the collection had a down home prairie vibe. While at Nicholas K, the clothes were reminiscent of a summer dessert storm. Are we sensing a theme here? Check out those shows, and so so many more, after the jump!
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This model at the Duckie Brown Spring 2013 show bravely made his way down the runway in a garment that very much resembles a fresh fabric explosion. Thank goodness he seems to have escaped unscathed.
New York Fashion Week has started, hot on the heels of the New Zealand shows. Beautiful, isolated New Zealand pushed out some unique talent — and some rather, um, creative displays for their work. Take this Kagi fashion show, where models are um, well, what are they doing? Tell us in the comments. Best answer wins our undying love.
New York Fashion Week is upon us (blergh). Which means more fashion, parties and skinny models with impossibly complex coffee orders in front of you in line at Starbucks. Truly, we love the fashion and the glamour of the shows, but the general hoopla around NYFW can be a bit mystifying/annoying. That said, we’re excited to look at what’s on the runways for Spring/Summer 2013 (what we’ll generally be seeing in stores next year). First up, feminine, but not overly precious offerings from Rachel Comey, Lauren Moffat, BCBG and more! Check them out after the jump! Keep reading »
If I could go to one Fashion Week event this year, it wouldn’t be the Marc Jacobs show (yawn), or some party thrown by Terry Richardson (blech) — no, I’d want to go to SPIN and Refinery-29′s party tonight at the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn, sponsored by Virgin Mobile. Why? Oh, Azealia Banks is performing and I love her. Who do I have to talk to about getting an invite? My evening in wide open. While I wait to hear back about my VIP ticket, let’s get to know Azealia, shall we? Keep reading »
People love them some pet fashions, it’s a fact. What’s better than a dog dressed up in a raincoat? Nothing. Nothing, is the answer. So we are mega-stoked that former music publicist Sophie Miller has filled the very large void in our lives (and our hearts) with her new collection, Designs by Sophie — and that she’ll be showing her latest collection at New York Fashion Week. The collection is “music-inspired,” though we’re pretty sure that dogs don’t care, and are just happy as long as they can continue to sniff each other’s butts and eat poop off the ground. And a portion of the profits from each piece goes to the Humane Society, which is good, considering most of these doggie fashions cost more than what we’d spend on ourselves. [Lucky]
This week, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week came to a close. In many ways, our fashion future has been foretold — what we saw on runways this past week will directly influence what we wear next fall and winter, whether we purchase the actual designer ready to wear (fat chance) or H&M’s take on the trends. It’s always interesting to see how real people take what they see on the catwalk and reinterpret it to make it work for them. Perhaps the best example of this are the attendees of the shows. Unlike a red carpet appearance, celebrities, models, editors, and questionably employed It girls turn up in pseudo-casual ensembles fit for the most stylish impresarios on the streets. Here’s my 10 picks for the most covetable looks on attendees at NYFW.