Though she’s only 20, Karlie Kloss has already cemented her status as one of the industry’s top models with that fierce runway stomp and legs that never quit.
Now, she’s putting her pegs to good use, collaborating with denim brand Frame on two styles of jeans meant for long-legged ladies like herself.
So what does J.W. Anderson’s collection for Versus look like? For one, there doesn’t seem to be much of a disparity between the men’s and women’s pieces.
Girls who are interested in buying nice clothes also tend to be the kind of girls who like really nice stationery. We write thank you notes and send them out snail mail.
So it makes sense that a fashion label–Oscar de la Renta–would team up with a stationery company–Paperless Post–to create a seriously gorgeous line of all the things you need to correspond in style–both for today’s electronic world and for when you want to send an actual letter. Like with a stamp.
For the third year in a row, J.Crew is partnering with the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund to bring industry-recognized excellent design to the masses.
Here’s a sneak peek at what Greg Chait of The Elder Statesman, Tabitha Simmons and Jennifer Meyer have designed for J.Crew.
There’s been a lot of talk over the past few weeks about Vivienne Westwood’s role in the punk style movement, thanks to the Met’s upcoming Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibit. Today, though, we have news of a decidedly more commercial Westwood project: She just designed the new uniforms for Virgin Atlantic.
Brooks Brothers, which partnered with Great Gatsby costumer Catherine Martin on men’s clothes for the actual film, has today released a limited-edition menswear collection inspired by those costumes.
There’s even a beech wood walking stick based on the one Gatsby carries in the film, which we’re sure is already on Scott Disick’s shopping list.