Plus, Kris Jenner launches her own jewelry line.
And Natalie Portman covers 'Elle' France in (what else?) Dior.
Well, if they're making any that is.
New York Fashion Week is officially over. Soon, we will be sharing with you the very best from London, but for now it is time for a recap. After much deliberation, we present our ten favorite New York collections. Enjoy!
It's the last day of New York Fashion Week, which means its time for reflection. Tonight I head to London to hang out with Nadja Swarovski and attend the city's shows, so I've got little time to look back. But I will say that two of my favorite shows this season, thus far at least, have been Jason Wu for Tse and Sophie Theallet. Lovely how that rhymes. Wu presented his Tse collection on Wednesday afternoon in Industria Studios--one of my favorite show spaces because of all the natural light. While I appreciate his main collection, I tend to prefer muted, darker colors for myself, which means I'm not sure if I'd actually wear it. Wu for Tse, on the other hand, was most definitely a dream wardrobe. The design used elements of his Spring 2010 collection--the pussy bow blouse, the striped shirt--but translated them into grey, black, cream, washed out navy, and washed out brick red.