Emily Current and Meritt Elliott
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Stylists Emily Current and Meritt Elliott On Their Unlikely Collaboration With Kate Spade (Plus the Full Collection)
LA-based stylists Emily Current and Meritt Elliott have teamed up with Kate Spade NY to produce a six-piece capsule collection of handbags and leather goods titled "Westward." The collection, which will be available starting in August at Kate Spade shops and at select Bloomingdale's, comes out of an unlikely partnership. Current and Elliott, whose denim line Current/Elliott has a cult following, are known for their laid back LA vintage-y Western-inspired style. Kate Spade is precious and ladylike and well, they've got New York in their brand name. So how did this odd couple come about? We chatted with Emily and Merritt to find out.
Fashion's Night Out: Where The Major Designers Will Be
Fashion's Night Out is two weeks from tomorrow! There is more going on than we can even wrap our heads around. Having trouble deciding where you want to go and who you want to see the most? Well, if you're interested in catching a peak of one of your favorite designers, here's a roundup of where some of the biggest and the best will be on September 10. We've excluded most of the people we've already reported on. Also, it's almost safe to say that if someone isn't on this list, they will probably be at Barneys. Michael Kors Michael will be at his lifestyle store on Madison and 61st in New York City. He will be joined by TONY Award winner Idina Menzel, whom Michael will accompany on a selection of songs. Michael will also make an appearance nearby at Bloomingdale’s 59th street, where the “World of Michael” will be created to kick off a new Michael Kors handbag shop-in-shop. Tommy Hilfiger Tommy will be kicking off FNO and his brand’s 25th anniversary at Macy’s Herald Square. As we’ve reported, Macy’s will house “The Ultimate Tailgate Party” as inspired by Tommy’s most recent ad campaign. Tommy will be accompanied by Macy’s CEO Terry Lundgren. He will also make an appearance at his Fifth Avenue store, where shoppers can have their purchases personalized with an exploding monogram while they shop, listen to DJ Toddlerone and drink up.