Brian Wolk and Claude Morais love to mix vintage inspirations and cutting-edge styles, poetry and functionality–and they’re known for their rich, opulent fabrics. This season, they looked to the melancholic St. Tropez of French author Francoise Sagan, as chronicled in her masterpiece Bonjour Tristesse, which describes the torments of a father-daughter relationship. The collection was Read more →
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.
We never thought we’d see the day when one successfully found inspiration in a seedy late 1890’s opium den on the Lower East Side of New York City, but thanks to Ruffian, there’s a first time for everything. For designers Brian Wolk and Claude Morais, their idealized interpretation of that murky, mysterious lifestyle was presented Read more →
Not even Nemo can stop the fashion crowd.
Billy Reid, Tommy Hilfiger, Rebeccca Minkoff, Yigal Azrouel, Monika Chiang, Tocca, Lacoste, Jill Stuart, Sun Jung Wan, Ruffian, Christian Siriano and Nautica, will be showing their collections as planned this afternoon, evening and tomorrow morning, respectively, when the storm is supposed to be at its worst, WWD is reporting.
Click through to see what trends heated up this season–and start planning your spring wardrobe accordingly.
This trend is begging us to visit a certain vacation spot and we’re very tempted to heed its call.
The Clothes: The show got off on the right (read: comfortable) foot, as every model stepped down the catwalk in a pair of Converse Chuck Taylors, which played right into this season’s theme of juxtaposition. Traditionally masculine utilitarian looks like overalls, boy blazers, and oxford shirts became incredibly feminine when paired with corsets, bow blouses, Read more →
Designers have been working on the railroad all the livelong day.