Don't let the number fool you, there's still one more day left.
Well, we didn't think we'd see Camille Grammer come down the runway.
Bridesmaids everywhere, rejoice!
Your perfect job might just be a click away.
You know what it means when someone pleads the fifth about a cover shoot.
It's difficult not to be charmed by an ERIN Erin Fetherston presentation. Her feminine, elegant frocks and quirky, tongue-in-cheek styling are enough to make one wonder why we'd ever decide to allow a pair of pants into our wardrobe.
The CFDA Awards--aka fashion's Oscars--are upon us. But unlike the Oscars, where celebs tend to play it safe and throw on a strapless fish-tail number, the CFDA red carpet tends to be a bit more interesting, a bit more risky. These are fashion people trying to impress other fashion people, after all. So with that in mind, take a look at what everyone from Hillary Clinton to Jessica Chastain wore tonight.
Watch as Mama Fetherston, Barbara, uses mini pumpkins from her own garden in Northern California (that's right, she brought a handful of them in her luggage to NYC!) as bowls for the soup. We can only imagine what she told the TSA.
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During the holidays, it's easy to get a little misty-eyed about childhood and the past in general. So we decided to be the "Ghost of Christmas Past"
What’s better than holiday cooking? Doing so alongside your mother! For our fourth installment of Haute Cuisine we join designer Erin Fetherston and her mom, Barbara, who created some decadent pumpkin soup for us. Click through to check out the teaser for this very special holiday episode (coming soon!), wherein Erin and Mama Fetherston dish about Erin’s childhood, her boyfriend Gabe Saporta (of Cobra Starship fame), and all things festive!
Any planned fashion events or parties may have been cancelled this week in the wake of Sandy, but that didn't mean fashion people weren't up for a night out. A Lower East Side refugee myself, I stopped by The Carlyle last night for a drink around 8 expecting to be surrounded by upper east side regulars and maybe a couple of the fashion people and celebrities rumored to be holed up in the iconic hotel. Instead, I felt like I was at a downtown fashion week after party.
We hear...that Elizabeth Olsen is lending her onscreen talents to the fashion world. The littlest Olsen has, aside from sitting front row at a fashi
It's baaaack. Like it or not, Fashion's Night Out keeps chugging along--and the official website for the globally expanding shopping extravaganza, no
Believe it or not, designers and PR companies have already begun to prep for fashion week. What does that mean for you? Internship listings galore! C
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'
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."
Erin Fetherston is a girl's girl through and through, and for the resort/holiday collection she delivered exactly what the most feminine could desire. In the constant cycle of collections it's easy to overlook the purpose of a line, namely, to clothe the body. When searching for a New Year's dress or a light frock for a post-holiday vacation, it's likely that the search will lean more towards fun and functional than the conceptual artistry of the larger main collections. With Fetherston's diffusion line, Erin by Erin Fetherston, which debuted for fall 2011, she sought to give girls just that. "It wasn't so much a conceptual line, like the major spring and fall collections. I wanted to experiment with different fun fabrics but make something that could transition from holiday weather to spring," she said. Centering around staple party dresses at more affordable prices (no item exceeds $695, and the average price is about $375), the line is a perfect mix of transitional yet seasonal pieces and avoids the wear-it-once demon that may set you back more than a one-night dress should.
The Fall 2011 shows are 75% over, and we're pretty comfortable calling braids a world-wide trend. Can we blame/credit Alex Wang's S/S 2010 collection for the current plaitmania? Hard to say, but you couldn't go more than 50 feet without seeing a braided model. They were loose and boho at Rag and Bone and Erdem (and Mara Hoffman topped hers with turbans). Rachel Roy and Erin Fetherston were channeling the St.Pauli Girl (or yodelers). Alexandre Herchcovitch and Nanette Lepore got complicated with their braided updos, and Etro flirted with cornrows.
New York-based designer Erin Fetherston, known for her feminine frocks, is looking for a front of house intern. Responsibilities include: -Marketing/PR/Sales -Sales/PR outreach -Run errands -Maintain the press book -Sample trafficking -Maintaining e-commerce site -Assisting on photo shoots -Organizing office