Sometimes a gift of perfume can feel a bit uninspired. It's easy to run out at the last minute and grab your sister/best friend/mom a bottle and call it a holiday. But there's a way to give fragrance without looking like the last-minute gift shopper you secretly are.
It's a slip dress takeover for spring 2014.
When this writer moved to New York there was a buzz going on South-of-Houston on Mercer Street; back when Soho's Apple store was but a dream, J. Cre
"You have to have chutzpah, you have to be brave and go for it," Zac Posen told the audience as the keynote speaker at Fashionista's first ever conference, "How To Make It in Fashion." "I said, 'They see me as some kind of little prince character, so let's be that.' It created this myth." Posen opened up about the man behind the myth.
The CFDA has been recognizing talented fashion designers with awards since 1981. And while some early winners, like Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani and Donna Karan went on to become household names; others eventually fell out of the spotlight--some were bought out by licensees and others switched careers entirely. We perused the CFDA's complete list of past winners and dug up some old names some of you may have never even heard before. Click through to find out what they won and who they are.
Not even Nemo can stop the fashion crowd. Billy Reid, Tommy Hilfiger, Rebeccca Minkoff, Yigal Azrouel, Monika Chiang, Tocca, Lacoste, Jill Stuart, Sun Jung Wan, Ruffian, Christian Siriano and Nautica, will be showing their collections as planned this afternoon, evening and tomorrow morning, respectively, when the storm is supposed to be at its worst, WWD is reporting.
Millions of people have been left in the dark in Hurricane Sandy's wake. All of Manhattan below 34th street is still powerless--and will be until the weekend. Hundreds of thousands more will have to wait even longer. Flashlights and batteries sold out quickly pre-Sandy which leads us to...candles.