Including Rosie Assoulin, Mara Hoffman, 3.1 Phillip Lim and more.
Oscar de la Renta, Jeremy Scott, Ji Oh and more.
Your legs will be covered this fall.
Our founding fathers would be proud of all the great fashion we're seeing
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.
It’s often said that the clothing you choose acts as a form of daily armor against the world. In the case of Libertine’s collection this season, it may be literal, as designer Johnson Hartig infused his designs with a happy sense of joyful protectionism.
With nearly 300 runway shows and presentations taking place next week, not every designer on the New York Fashion Week schedule gets a spot at Lincoln Center, or even Milk Studios. Nor do some of them want one. Alterna venues reign amongst the cool kids—Proenza Schouler, Band of Outsiders and Rag & Bone, to name a few—and the stalwarts (Oscar de Renta, Donna Karan and Ralph Lauren always show off-site). Under-the-radar spaces are also the best bet for emerging designers who many not be able to afford the high costs of the Tents. (Milk Studios is better for young designers, but spots are limited.) Here are a few off-the-map venues generating heat this season:
Our latest batch includes Jen Kao's east-meets-west collection, Ally Hilfiger's NAHM, Nicole Miller's Jimi Hendrix girls, and Libertine's many mixed
Mixing prints isn’t for the faint of heart, but the fun-loving hipster Libertine girl has it down to an art. (Rhyme unintended.) If you’re interested in getting in on this seemingly ongoing trend, it’s probably best to follow her cue. For fall 2012, Johnson Hartig built his Hand Made in America-entitled collection around a palette of mostly royal blue, oxblood, cream, brown, and black with green, gray, and grape peppered in here and there. Dark florals and a variety of vibrant plaids mixed and mingled on the catwalk alongside sparkly sequin embellishments and knit- and lace-overlay. Oversize furs and swing coats were accessorized with big bauble-y beaded necklaces and beautifully busy neon and magenta platform calf-boots. Several pieces were adorned with strategically placed sparkly spherical studs in red, green, blue, and silver hues, including the tights (which very well may prompt us to create our own DIY pair).
Name: Lizzy Age: 21 Occupation: Designer of William Okpo, student, works at Opening Ceremony How would you describe your style? Easy What is on your spring wish list? A long silk draped trench. What is the most prominent color in your wardrobe? Red.
more We thought this would be the perfect trend to post today, which is Valentines' Day and the fifth day of fashion week. Diane Von Furstenburg, Li
If you didn't get your hands on one of the lust-worthy pieces from one of Target's blink-and-you-missed-it designer collaborations over the years, you might get a second chance. In celebration of Five Years of GO International®, Target is following in the footsteps of Betsey Johnson and Anna Sui by reissuing 34 dresses from the following 17 previously featured designers: Luella Bartley, Tara Jarmon, Paul & Joe, Behnaz Sarafpour, Proenza Schouler, Libertine, Alice Temperley, Erin Fetherston, Jovovich-Hawk, Rogan, Richard Chai, Jonathan Saunders, Thakoon, Tracy Feith, Rodarte, Zac Posen and Tucker. The collective will be available March 13, 2011 through April 10, 2011 at most Target stores and online at Target.com. We think this is an awesome idea, and great news for people who missed out the first time around. Click through from some of our favorite dresses from the past five years. We hope Target agrees with us!