Insta. Tweet. Pin. Vine. Get up from your seat, and repeat. That sums up Fashion Month for many of us. And with new social media outlets steadily emerging, that part of the job doesn't look like that's going to change any time soon. But whose posts truly resonate with followers? PR agency Krupp Group teamed up with Curalate—an analytics firm that focuses on social platforms including Pinterest and Instagram—to see which images performed the best. So we've put together a list of the top 10 Instagram images from New York, London, Milan and Paris. Click through to see who topped the Instagram charts.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian made an unexpected appearance at Louise Goldin's show last season and caused a pretty big media shitstorm (and gave wa
Christian Siriano's girl got a whole lot more grown up over the course of one season. Gone were the pastel twinsets, polka dots, and ballerina buns of last spring, replaced by sophisticated pencil skirts, intricate gold hardware detailing and rich (though faux) furs for a collection the designer says was inspired by "the golden age of the Russian Opera."
Is the fash pack getting more decisive or just more sleep deprived? Tough call. On the penultimate day of shows, consensus was Marchesa's Bollywood-inspired beaded and brocaded flights of fashion fancy when beyond the point of OTT, and by comparison Michael Kors's rugby striped prototypes felt a little, well, catalog. Meanwhile, way downtown at the Beekman Palace, with their grommeted perforated leather and digital reptilian printed spliced creations, the Proenza boys nailed the sweet spot between art and commerce. These are the most buzzed about collections on day 7 of NYFW.
If there’s ever a show where you should expect the unexpected, it’s Jeremy Scott. Long a favorite, but never quite the big winner, loyalists to his line include Katy Perry and her stylist is here front row to see just what type of exciting, daring, fashion risks Jeremy is going to show us today. Tyra Banks sits front row as well and spotted on the feet of show goers are plenty of cool, clean, Adidas sneakers creating a singular type of atmosphere that only a man like Jeremy can create. This is NYFW through the eyes of a sports fanatic.
The Clothes: This was my first Abbey Dawn show, and admittedly, I went into it with my fair share of doubts, which I tried to put aside for at least
This season at NYFW has been really effing weird from a makeup trend perspective. For the most part, faces have been natural with some contouring and highlighting here and there. Lipstick has been practically non-existent (Diane Kendal's gorgeous Helmut Newton lips at Jason Wu being an exception), with some makeup artists even going so far as using foundation and concealer to cover lips up completely. So the color story is in the eyes for spring 2013. And it scares us a little.
After finally nestling into our seats at Peter Som, we couldn't help but notice a stunning brunette beauty in a striking green lace dress getting seated in the front row--yep, we're talking about none other than 15-year-old Hailee Steinfeld. And while Steinfeld looked gorgeous (and very sophisticated and grown up, we might add) in her Peter Som frock (a gift, she tells us, from the designer), it was her super-long, glossy mane that really caught our eye. We had to know her hair secrets.