So "Fresh" and so clean.
The cult-favorite (and oft-controversial) designer shares his real-life Cinderella story in a new documentary, hitting theaters on Sept. 18.
And some Anna Wintour fan fiction.
It's all about the hair.
Click through to dig into our list of the most influential members of the New York fashion industry.
Tavi gets holiday chic for Cole Haan and Apple to expand into fashion? Get out of town, read all about it and more here.
Lucky Magazine held the first day of its sixth Fashion and Beauty Blog Conference yesterday and we got a chance to chat with new EIC Eva Chen about her favorite blogs, her own social media strategy, Lucky’s new staffers (including the one she sort of stole from us--no hard feelings :)), and executing her vision for her very first Lucky FABB effort.
Lucky Magazine's revamp under Eva Chen comes to completion with two new upper-level hires.
Adam Selman got his start designing costumes for the king and princess of pop (that would be Michael Jackson and Britney Spears), collaborated with Rihanna to design her collection for River Island, but it's only now that he's has decided to launch his own label. "It's a little overwhelming" he admits.
Yesterday we got a look at newly-appointed editor in chief Eva Chen's first Lucky cover--and today we're getting a sneak peek at what's inside the mag.
Legendary stylist Carlyne Cerf ded Dudzeele was the breakout star of last year's HBO documentary In Vogue: The Editor's Eye. She's outspoken, obsessed with fashion, hilarious, and not afraid to tell it like it is. Any opportunity to watch her do anything is one worth taking advantage of, which is why you must watch this new interview she did for Juicy Couture.
In this day and age of digital, it feels like pretty much anyone can pick up a camera (or an iPhone) and be a photographer. Between street style blogs and independent publications, there is a seemingly endless stream of opportunities for an aspiring fashion photographer. But opportunities that pay? Much fewer and far between. How does one get to be the next the next Mario Testino or Arthur Elgort? Enter Bottega Veneta's "New Exposure" photography competition.
She's just bein' (punk) Miley!
We caught up with legendary stylist Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele after a show in Paris. We asked her to weigh in about sticking it out in the fashion industry (she's been in it for a while) and for her thoughts on the never ending fashion circus debate. Trust us, you wanna hear what she had to say.
Who stood out in fashion this year? From the most buzzed about model to the hotspot no one saw coming to the coolest new French brand, read on for who we think made the biggest splash in the fashion industry in 2012.
We hopped on the phone with the directors of the new Vogue doc In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye to ask them what it was like to work with legends like Babs Simpson, Grace Coddington, Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele, and, of course, Anna Wintour.
If you've worked--or are looking to work--in the fashion industry, the women in the above photo should strike a bit of fear and awe into your hearts. That's Babs Simpson, Grace Coddington, Tonne Goodman, Phyllis Posnick, Jade Hobson, Carlyne Cerf, Polly Mellen and Camilla Nickerson--past and current fashion editors of Vogue. They're the subject of a new HBO documentary airing December 6 called In Vogue: The Editor's Eye based on the book of the same name.
Dont judge a book by its cover... Unless it's a magazine, in which case, sometimes the cover is the deciding factor of whether or not to buy the mag altogether. The best covers of 2011 returned to a new naturalism and a fun aesthetic, like the Lara Stone T cover we're still drooling over, pictured at left. Sure, there's still room for artifice in fashion (see: Stella Tennant on Vogue Italia), but 2011 was a year for reflecting on natural beauties, incredible models, and stellar photography. After toiling over hundred of covers, we're bringing you "The Best" according to us. Did we forget your favorite? Let us know in the comments.