Happy Sunday! Check out Erin by Erin Fetherston's enchanted forest, Lacoste's sleek ski-bunnies, Jill Stuart's groovy rocker chicks, and Herve Leger's bondage babes. Enjoy all that and more on our dedicated fashion week page.
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Erin by Erin Fetherston Fall 2012: The Enchanted Forest
Tall, gorgeous, and without a hair out of place, designer Erin Fetherston could easily pass for one of the models in her Fall 2012 presentation, which as it turns out, is no coincidence. "What's been authentic about [my line] is that I'm always thinking, 'what would I want to wear?' 'what would my friends want to wear?" Fetherston told us before the presentation started. It was this ethos, too, that led the designer to create her contemporary line, Erin by Erin Fetherston. "I realized the only disconnect that was happening [with Erin Fetherston] was that myself and the wonderful amazing people that I have around me who inspire me, none of us are really going to buy designer clothes," she told us. "Because i think when you have a lot of style and you have creativity, you don't really need to spend $2,000 on a dress to look amazing."
Herve Leger Spring 2014: Athletic Bandages
Season after season, designers Max and Lubov Azria find themselves faced with the challenge of updating those iconic Hever Leger bandage dresses without straying too far from the brand (and upsetting those die-hard Herve Leger fangirls). In February, we saw the Herve Leger girl gain street smarts. This time around, she's got a sporty vibe--as influenced by Lubov Azria, herself. "I've been training for a marathon happening in April so this was a natural fit for me," she told us backstage.