Fashion’s Night Out is tonight and it’s go-time to strategize your
partying shopping itinerary. Will it be high-profile gimmicks that motivate you? Or the copious amount of free boozy beverages and sweet snacks in Soho? Perhaps you’re into music. Not to throw a wrench in your lineup so early on, but how about this one for you: Hot guys and shopping.
Anna Wintour has a history of popping up during New York Fashion Week with Vogue‘s next cover girl. And this past week the Vogue Editor in Chief certainly kept us guessing by holding court with both unlikely, and all-too likely cover subjects.
See who Anna was spotted with this week, and why we think each one could be the next cover.
Long Nguyen is the co-founder/style director of Flaunt.
PARIS–When I arrived at the YSL menswear show, which took place in an intimate loft near the Jardin du Palais Royal, I found basketball star Dwyane Wade already sitting in the front row section, right off of the stage’s exit.
“This is my first time at a Paris show and today I am only seeing YSL and Givenchy,” he said when I asked if he is doing a round of shows this weekend. “These clothes are elegant but in a subtle way and not loud,” he responded when I enquired if he wears YSL on a regular basis.
Wade was wearing an ice blue mixed cotton single-breasted suit, a white cotton shirt, a dark blue silk linen scarf tied around his neck and white leather high tops embroidered with a red, white, and blue YSL logo. More than anyone so far that I’d seen at the Paris shows, Wade convey that touch of French elegance: calculated. but always giving an air of non-chalance.