Faran: Tell me if this is awful. Natalie: Okay. Faran: What if we did a post being like, "But will Jonathan Saunders' new line for Target be better than Forever 21's ripoffs of Jonathan Saunders?" Natalie: Haaaa! It's true. Faran: But it's awful. Natalie: Well, it's interesting. Faran: Plus, he's already taken, like, his entire runway from last season and turned it into t-shirt dresses for TopShop. And now there's going to be a Target collection of diffusion stuff from him, even though Forever 21's already diffused his latest runway line, albeit without his permission... Natalie: Yeah... Britt: Didn't this whole Jonathan/Target thing come out in January? Faran: Gosh, this is making me dizzy. I think I need Pinkberry. [Annnnnd scene.]
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Jonathan Saunders Sparkles at the Tate Modern for Spring 2013
Jonathan Saunders, who picked up the BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund award this past year, set the stakes high when he chose one of London's most famous art institutions--the Tate Modern--as the venue to show his spring 2013 collection. You kinda have to deliver if you decide to show at such a fancy big name venue and Saunders did.
Jonathan Saunders Fall 2012: Equestrian Lady
LONDON--Jonathan Saunders was this year's winner of the Vogue/British Fashion Council Designer Fashion Fund Award, which means he won £200,000 and very high level mentorship from the BFC. If there was a Fashion People's Choice award, Saunders is the clear winner of that, too, based on the pastel, spring Jonathan Saunders outfits that a big chunk of the room was wearing at his show last evening. Since I'm handing out awards, Saunders' show wins "Highest Elevation" award, too, because it was held in a room 19 stories above London, with one wall made entirely of glass. Because of the glass wall, all the seating was on one side of the room, and it made one of the longest catwalks I've seen this week. The sleek glass and the setting sun were the perfect backdrop for Saunders' collection.