A ghostly Kristen McMenamy opened Giles’s fall 2013 show in a silk white maxi dress with ballooning sleeves, which flounced down the runway like a vision in a dream. It was the perfect opener for a collection that was equal parts darkly moody and ethereal. Following McMenamy’s white gown came a series of looks in Read more →
When we dropped by his press appointments to see the collection up-close-and-personal last week, Deacon pointed to pioneer British kink-mag Atom Age as a key source of inspiration for the season.
Halloween is essentially cancelled for us New Yorkers. Thanks Sandy! So we’ve decided to have a fantasy Halloween in which we dress up using Srping 2013 runway looks…in our minds. Can you tell we’re getting stir crazy?
London fashion week is officially done, and our heads are still spinning. We covered a whirlwind of shows, hit some parties, paid a zillion pounds in cab fare, and ate a whole lot of sandwiches from Pret a Manger. In addition to all the memorable collections, we also saw a lot of wackiness–and tons of fashion “personalities.” From an actual Kate Moss sighting to models in boxes, check out the things that mystified and delighted us in London.
Pure fashion fantasy, it was easily the most fun show we’ve been to all week–and the clothes were total editorial eye candy.
The designers of London fashion week sent out whimsical invitations that really appeal to the child in us: There were pop-up books from Burberry and Meadham Kirchhoff, a paint set (complete with a sketchbook) from Mulberry, and a credit card from Mark Fast (for the adult shopaholic in us).
Click through to see our favorites.
People, it’s time to kiss humanity goodbye. Folks are snacking on peoples’ faces, grilling their unfaithful lovers’ lips, and chomping on their roommates’ hearts. The Zombie Apocalypse is upon us, and our undead friends are hungry for limbs, organs, and of course, braaaains. But it’s not all bad–just because you might soon forgo chicken cutlets Read more →
While Oscar nominees probably start preparing their outfits the day they’re nominated, we pulled some dress options straight from the Fall 2012 collections just in case any nominees have been procrastinating.
Luckily for us, tons of gorgeous, Oscar-worthy dresses hit the runway for Fall 2012, from some moody options at Gucci to slinky and sexy looks from Michael Kors, Prabal Gurung, and Zac Posen. Oh, and there’s Marchesa of course.
Click through our gallery to see what dresses we’d love to see on Rooney Mara, Jessica Chastain, Meryl Streep, and all the other nominees. And be sure to tune in to the Academy Awards red carpet Sunday night to see what the nominees actually wear. You know we’ll have lots of thoughts on those come Monday morning…
Fashion month is halfway over now, with London and New York behind us. London was a whirlwind of shows, many of which took place over President’s Day weekend. In case you missed the coverage, we’ve rounded up our ten favorite collections from what was a very innovative and colorful five days in London.
We saw a diverse bunch of fall 2012 collections, from established British heritage designers to buzzy wunderkinds, and even a high street label or two. London fashion represents a lot of different lifestyles, and this season’s shows had something for everyone to love.
Click through to see our 10 favorite collections from London fashion week, in no particular order.
What will probably just look like an outlandish movie costume to most, will for fashion obsessives, immediately recall Giles Deacon’s spring 2012 collection and those masterful swan-shaped headpieces created by Stephen Jones.