Yes, Kanye West made his front row debut this season at Louise Goldin–she’s believed to have played a large part in his last Paris runway collection–but that’s not the only reason this designer is so buzzed-about. She’s got some serious design chops as well. Her spring 2014 collection was well-tailored, sporty, unfussy perfection. Silhouettes were Read more →
It’s only day three of fashion week and we have our first official Kanye West sighting. But we didn’t just spot Yeesus–we saw loads of other celebs, as well as models taking #selfies and Bill Cunningham in action.
Check out all the great stuff we saw on day three:
Fashion week came, and brought a feisty lil’ friend named Nemo along for the ride–forcing us to consider forgoing, “Well, doesn’t she look chic!” for, “Well, doesn’t she look warm?!” The runways begged to differ, offering up endless new ways to bundle-up beautifully for fall 2013. Check out our top ten trend takeaways from the fashion week that weathered the storm in style.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian made an unexpected appearance at Louise Goldin’s show last season and caused a pretty big media shitstorm (and gave way to one of the most awesome Instagrams I’ve ever taken). Today, everyone’s eyes were peeled as they filed into their seats to see if it’d be a repeat performance–but alas, Read more →
Sculptural, sporty and straight-up cool.
Summer is almost officially over (we know, sad) and that means that New York fashion week is right around the bend. Like three-weeks-from-now-around-the-bend. Seriously, where does the time go!? Anyway, we had the chance to scour over the week-long event’s calendar and turns out there are some pretty notable changes ahead. From who’s new in Read more →
Even though Kanye’s staying mum about his rumored fashion line, his actions (attending Alaïa couture, mining a Central Saint Martins prof and A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou for fashion advice, designing silk scarves with French graphic design and art direction team M/M, and performing in women’s Celine) would suggest otherwise. The latest rumor about Kanye’s forthcoming fashion line comes from Grazia, who is reporting that the rap star will debut his womenswear collection at New York Fashion Week.
If Vogue writer Sarah Mower is Louise Goldin‘s muse, as has been suggested in the past by a few British magazines, it’s not surprising. Goldin, whose knitwear skills have been utilized by Donatella Versace, designs for a curvy-but-fit lady who isn’t looking to take shortcuts with her clothes, yet doesn’t want to ever look uncomfortable or put-upon. Sounds like Mower to us, or at least the woman we know via her essays.
Since working with Isabella Blow in the ’00s, Nadja Swarovski and her fashion team have made it their responsibility to support designers–both emerging and established–during fashion week and beyond. This season, Swarovski will underwrite the shows of several important New York, London, Milan, and Paris designers. In New York, this includes: