The designers behind Baja East, Rachel Roy, Timo Weiland and La Ligne weigh in.
Mark your calendars!
Participating designers — beginning with Timo Weiland — will get a mentored crash course in opening their own store.
The brand also showed lots of clothes we want for fall 2015.
A snapshot of where menswear is at today.
Need some last minute inspiration? Why not steal an idea from our favorite fashion designers? (We won't tell.)
From Oscar de la Renta to Marc by Marc Jacobs
And Vera Wang sounds off on Kim Kardashian's wedding dress.
See which U.S. designers were nominated for the prize, known for helping launch the careers of designers like Karl Lagerfeld and Yves Saint Laurent.
These outgoing designers are about to embark upon a pretty major time in their careers -- but not before showing their fall collections.
Eagle-eyed buyers and editors may notice this fashion week a curious uptick in the use of alpaca -- a mohair-like material usually associated with momish twinsets -- on the runways. And that's no accident: In fact, the Peruvian government is compensating them for doing so.
Including: the perfect LND (Little Navy Dress)
Tonight, the US winner of the prestigious Woolmark prize will be named. But before that happens, take a peek at the sketches submitted by all ten finalists.
Last year, Woolmark revived its International Woolmark Prize, a global fashion competition that is credited with springboarding the careers of Yves Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld in the '50s. Today, the U.S. finalists have been announced and the list includes some of our favorites. They are:
We visited the CFDA Incubator (where 10 hand-picked emerging designers are provided with studio space--which they still pay for at a monthly rent--and mentoring for about two years) for a market day during fashion week and kind of didn’t want to leave. There were lots of positive vibes. In addition to checking out the latest from designers like Timo Weiland, Daniel Vosovic, Whit and Isaora, we decided to try and find out what it's like to work in a shared space with a bunch of other designers--something designers don't really do, unless they're on Project Runway (though Vosovic tells us this is totally different).
Timo Weiland rarely fails to make clothes we're dying to wear--not because they're just going for what will sell, but because they're so attuned to that cool NYC girl we all want to be--in a genuine way. Maybe because Weiland and his design partners Alan Eckstein and Donna Kang are all pretty cool themselves.