Going to a show by The Row feels different than going to any other show during New York fashion week. It feels separate, removed from the frenzied and commercial fashion week slog.
It’s day five of fashion week and we finally spotted it–the mythical cronut.
Of course, that’s not all we saw: From celebs like Rita Ora and Olivia Palermo, to amazing clothes, here’s everything we saw on day five on fashion week:
Click through to see our comprehensive guide to all the trends and takeaways from Resort 2014.
For their 2014 resort collection for The Row Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen were inspired by a picture of a fisherman. So they created a fisherman’s jacket, that quintessential yellow rain slicker, but tailored it down and constructed it in the most supple canary yellow leather. It’s hallmark The Row: to take a simple item like a fisherman’s slicker and elevate it into high luxury.
The CFDA Awards–aka fashion’s Oscars–are upon us. But unlike the Oscars, where celebs tend to play it safe and throw on a strapless fish-tail number, the CFDA red carpet tends to be a bit more interesting, a bit more risky. These are fashion people trying to impress other fashion people, after all.
So with that in mind, take a look at what everyone from Hillary Clinton to Jessica Chastain wore tonight.
There’s nothing I love so much as a soft, cozy, oversized sweater. Just ask my boyfriend, I steal his on the regular. So when I saw look 15 float down the stairs of an Upper East Side townhouse during The Row’s fall 2013 presentation last February, I was smitten.
I think stylist Anastasia Barbieri must feel the same way about this sweater. She put Natalia Vodianova in it for the June cover of WSJ. magazine, despite the fact that it’s pretty seasonally inappropriate.
It’s a special sweater, so we checked in with The Row to find out how something that luxe and that intricate gets made.
We’re kicking off our March Madness tournament where it all started: New York. It’s a strong line-up, with heavy hitters like Marc Jacobs and Proenza Schouler battling it out against the smaller-but-still-luxe collections of Derek Lam and The Row.
The ball is officially in the air–who will get the jump off?
We here at Fashionista aren’t all that into basketball–but we are really into fashion.
A common observation following a runway show is, “That was styled really well.” In some cases, the styling can make or break a collection, which is why people like Katie Grand, Vanessa Traina and Brad Goreski have jobs during fashion week. Good styling showcases the clothes in the best way and also projects an image Read more →