Upon first look at the Costello Tagliapietra Spring 2014 collection, you might think, hey, the line looks kinda like the girl version of co-designers Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra’s signature style. And you wouldn’t be off base.
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When you walk into a Costello Tagliapietra show you kind of know what you’re going to get. That’s not to lessen Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra’s expertise or influence, but rather to acknowledge that they’ve mastered the art of creating uniquely draped pieces for day and night. The collection for fall 2013 featured 1970s via Read more →
And another round of galleries and reviews are in! Honor taught us about “microsparkle,” Monika Chiang brought glamour to athletics, and Costello Tagliapietra presented their signature air-dyed frocks that were ruched to perfection.
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The Clothes: Costello Tagliapietra’s two specialties–their easy, flattering dresses, and their air-dye techniques–were definitely the focus at their Spring 2013 show. Gorgeous, air-dyed frocks in mottled corals, blues, and greens, with ruching in strategic places–at the waist and lower back–created evening-appropriate looks that yes, looked good on the size 0 models, but would be equally Read more →
Championing new lines and labels is a part of Barneys New York’s DNA, so what better place to celebrate the launch of Costello Tagliapietra’s new diffusion line, C&T than on the department store’s recently-renovated 8th floor?
The new line, which is exclusive to the retailer, is a take on Costello’s best of, modified to suit a larger breadth of consumers.
At this point, no one needs to spell out for you that prints were a huge trend last spring, mostly of the colorful, floral variety. But where spring was bright and sunny, fall has taken a turn towards the more staid and sombre, or at least as much as a digital print can be considered Read more →
Take a look at Cynthia Rowley‘s boyish, leather-infused collection, the bold patterns and beyond-masterful draping at Costello Tagliapietra, and the punchy neons and perfect layers from Jenni Kayne. Head over to our New York Fashion Week page for these and even more reviews and photos from Fall/Winter 2012-13!