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Claudia Li, Kaelen, Rachel Comey and more.
Not the delicate, transparent kind.
Altuzarra, Alexander Wang, Pyer Moss, Ryan Roche, Suno and more.
New York designer Kaelen Haworth reveals the pros and cons of starting her namesake womenswear label fresh out of school — and the lessons she's learned along the way.
One Chanel clutch with extra pasta, please.
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Wear your love for pups on your sleeve this season. Literally.
Designers of all aesthetics really wowed us with the caliber and creativity they put into their outerwear this season. We saw more than a few pieces we wanted to steal right off of the runways and wear out into the Polar Vortex.
Ten new designer names you're going to want to know if you don't already.
Last Friday, for our first ever Fashionista conference, we got five of our favorite designers and one of our favorite e-commerce startup founders to sit down for an informative panel discussion on what is obviously our favorite topic: how to make it in fashion. Here's what we learned.
Fashionista is excited to host its first ever day-long event, How to Make It in Fashion. This isn't just another conference where you leave with a goodie bag and nothing else. (Although there will be a great one.) Along with tips on networking, alternative career paths, and plain old inspiring success stories, you'll have a chance to actually talk one-on-one with many of our speakers (including Zac Posen, the Man Repeller's Leandra Medine, Rebecca Minkoff and more) as well as Fashionista editors about how to kick-start your career or take it to the next level. You'll get real, take-home advice, make connections, and who knows? Maybe you'll take the first step towards your dream job. All the deets and how to sign up, right this way.
We're keeping our coverage coming with these new show notes and galleries! We're obsessed with the off-duty surfers at Jenni Kayne, the black and white palette at Kaelen, and the gothic touches at Katie Gallagher. Feel like you're missing anything? Check out our New York Fashion Week homepage!
The Clothes: Chic and classic with '80s touches. This was one of those collections with clothes we'd actually want to wear in our day to day life. The color palette was mostly black and white with some pops of pale yellow. A suit covered with an abstract print, a vertically striped midi-lenth dress, a black and white gown and chic lbd were highlights. The Hair & Makeup: Effortlessly chic, loose ponytails. They all looked like girls who don't need to spend much time on hair and makeup in order too look amazing. The Soundtrack: Slow remixed Robyn with lots of bass.
Kaelen Haworth is probably stressed and sleep deprived right now preparing for her spring 2013 show tomorrow. But rewind a couple of weeks when she wa
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