Costume designer Catherine George found inspiration from the Resort 2016 runway show, where the actress, obviously, sat front row.
Including Christian Siriano, Jonathan Simkhai, Lacoste and more.
As part of a collaboration with Farfetch, the New York-based duo staged their first runway show across the pond.
It was all about low-key luxury from brands like Brock Collection, Creatures of Comfort and M. Martin.
Willie Nelson and Gilles Bensimon are trending.
The toasty accessory has already emerged as a major New York Fashion Week trend.
Not that you should ever need permission to look like crap if you want to.
This ain't no red, white and blue, folks.
Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters's new collection is equal parts psychedelic and wearable — not an easy achievement.
Embrace the humidity. It's looking greasy for spring.
Even the biggest names in the industry had to start somewhere.
Plus: See the Swarovski-studded creations the nominees have created in the lead-up.
A chance to meet Raf Simons, Nicolas Ghesquière and Anna Wintour in one fell swoop? Indeed, Wednesday night was a bit of a fairytale for the 30 young designers selected to compete in the first-ever LVMH Prize, a grant that includes 300,000 euros as well as a year's worth of business support from the luxury conglomerate.
We asked Roopal Patel, who has held fashion director positions at some of the world's greatest department stores, to tell us which items the buyers will be buying this season.
The luxury conglomerate received 1,221 applications from all over the world, and aside from finalists hailing from the fashion capitals of London, New York, Paris and Milan, designers from Russia, Ukraine, Nigeria, Korea and the Netherlands also made the cut.
Right on the heels of pre-fall’s recent blanket coat trend (which is still going strong, by the way) is the robe coat, which seems as easy to wear as it is to take on and off.
Japanese monks meet Major Tom.
What happens when Sharon Tate meets Princess Leia (and some blue liner)? A very pretty beauty look.
There's currently a 100% chance of snow in New York City, meaning there is a 100% your gorgeous new Chloe coat isn't going to keep you warm. Luckily, we scoured the internet a put together a schedule of over 80 amazing shows you can stream to your computer right in the comfort of your own home...and in flannel pajamas.