It was all about lavenders and florals for ladies like Rihanna and Dakota Fanning.
See looks from Jason Wu, Kate Spade and a few Fashion Week new-comers
Even the biggest names in the industry had to start somewhere.
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.
Another New York Fashion Week has come to an end, and as usual, we had a really tough time choosing our favorite spring collections. After much analysis, though, we’ve successfully narrowed it down to 10 that stuck out the most in our minds.
The Wes Gordon customer is historically chameleonic with her sartorial appropriations, in terms of both silhouette (shapely dresses, leggy pants) and aesthetic (his Fall ’13 hellfire print was spotted on many a trouser in the front row, likewise with his Spring ’13 in-your-face swan motif). That’s great for her, what with so many options, but at times Gordon’s output has felt frenetically wide-cast and under-edited. Spring ’14 changed all that.
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.
From first looks to after-party quick changes, get an inside look at what it's like to be at fashion's biggest night. Click through below to see the vines--and a whole gallery of images--from fashion's finest last night.
For the first time ever, fashion enthusiasts with deep pockets will be able to shop the designs worn on the red carpet at the Met Gala. What that means is if you see, on one of the four websites live streaming the Met Gala arrivals at 7 p.m. on the night of May 6 (ModaOperandi.com, Vogue.com, Samsung.com or MetMuseum.org), say, Lena Dunham wearing a Wes Gordon number that strikes your fancy, you'll be to buy it the next day on Moda Operandi.
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:
Day six of New York Fashion Week started for us with a very fancy presentation by The Row uptown, complete with a flickering fireplace and luxe fabrications, and ended at Betsey Johnson's runway show featuring models using champagne bottles as free weights and Carmen Electra in the front row. So, you know, we've seen a lot today.
One of our favorite things about the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards besides, you know, celebrating some of the best new talents in the industry, is seeing what fashion's inner circle will wear on the red carpet. Because when it's a real fashiony event, like this one, everyone steps up her game. Click through to see what everyone was wearing.
Click through to see what trends heated up this season--and start planning your spring wardrobe accordingly.