Yes, the refrain of the evening at last night’s over-the-top Margiela for H&M bash was obviously “What’s that jacket, Margiela?”
For the record, Kanye was wearing Margiela (well, Margiela for H&M anyway) and when we spotted him somewhere around the 7th floor he was all smiles which I take to mean that drunk fashion people (there were many, many well-stocked bars) weren’t shouting his own rap lyrics at him. Good job people!
Sporty and sexy. Athletic wear–sweatshirts, basketball jerseys–get the lingerie treatment.
Unless you were under any illusions otherwise (we doubt you were): Barneys really, really knows how to throw a good party.
So you can imagine our excitement when the department store invited us to dinner and drinks at the NoMad Hotel’s rooftop to celebrate Rag & Bone‘s latest bag this past Monday–a much-needed respite from NYFW’s crazy schedule.
It’s day seven of NYFW and we’re still standing (barely). Today we spotted Kimye (twice!) as well as the effortlessly gorgeous Julianne Moore. We contemplated the beauty looks from The Blonds and Betsey Johnson, and tried out some cat hats at the Proenza Schouler party. Fashion dreams do come true!
Click through to see all the pics we snapped during day seven!
We’re right smack in the middle of awards season, with the Golden Globes safely behind us. While there are still a lot of big red carpets to look forward to in February–like the Grammys, the Oscars, and the BAFTAs–a few early contenders for strong red carpet hair trends have emerged. And unlike those complicated braids and tortured updos of previous years, a lot of these are looks that regular people can achieve in the comfort of their own homes without needing five stylists at your beck and call.
From Rooney Mara to Meryl Streep, click through to see the six hair trends we’ve spotted so far–plus a few tips for getting the various looks. Will these trends have staying power over the next few red carpets?
From Diane Lane, to Elle MacPherson to Jane Fonda (seriously, how does she look like that at 74?) last night’s red carpet was owned by the 45+ crowd. And might we say it was a refreshing (and inspiring!) change. Click through to see our favorite looks, from some of our favorite ladies.
Only one question remains: How in the world are they doing it? Is it something in the water? A Death Becomes Her elixir? Benjamin Button disease? Or just lots of money and great plastic surgery? Whatever it is, they’re doing it right.
The Golden Globes, the first major red carpet event of awards season, has just wrapped. For the most part (save Piper Perabo, Sarah Michelle Geller and Tilda Swinton of course–we salute you girls!), celebrities played it safe in shimmering blush and champagne colored columns. Of course, safe doesn’t mean not pretty (see: Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace) and black doesn’t mean boring (see Rooney Mara in Nina Ricci).
Click through for our picks for best dressed at the Golden Globes accompanied by our favorite tweets from fashion folks (see: Robin Givhan, “charlize theron in Dior Couture looking fabulous. who needs a creative director?”).
Only someone like Alber Elbaz could hold the fashion sweat set captive in a sauna l’Espace Ephemere for nearly an hour and not enrage the well-dressed (and not for 90 degree weather, we might add) masses. Lovely illustrated fans were placed on every seat, and bons bons and bellinis that were passed until right before Read more →