And Rent the Runway is trying to profit from the frenzy over that blue and black dress.
And Tim Gunn asks, "Turn down for what?"
From coat capes to the most perfectly layered turtlenecks ever, to not click through these pictures would be doing your wardrobe a may-jah disadvantage.
Name: Fei Fei Sun What do you do? I'm a model. What do you always carry with you in your bag?
Yes, models work really hard, traipsing to endless go-sees and 4am call times. But there sure are some good perks--I mean, besides being blessed with impossibly good looks. The models at the top of the heap, many of whom have become friends and muses to designers over the years, are gifted some pretty amazing swag. We chatted with the likes of Karlie Kloss, Jessica Stam, and Cara Delevingne backstage this past New York fashion week about the best freebies they've ever received from a designer. (Hint: Marc Jacobs is very generous.) Prepare to be green with envy.
High fashion advertising has a long way to go before it can be considered an equal opportunity space for models. Taking a look at the casting history for high fashion brands makes us wonder if these ads featuring East Asian beauties are a sign of progress or posturing.
Vogue Italia's January 2013 cover isn't just the first of the year--it's the first cover in the magazine's history to feature a Chinese model on her own, according to Models.com.
Once designed for women with budgets in polar opposition to mine, women about to take off on a fantastical and lavish holiday, resort collections were also secondary occurrences to their ready-to-wear sibling, dignified with a lookbook at best. Last night in Paris, Salvatore Ferragamo went quite radically the other way. The Florentine label, sponsors of the current Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at the Louvre, used the opportunity to throw a lavish runway show at the museum, with a couture-worthy casting and front row.
Feast your eyes on new images from Barney's fall campaign, "Carine's World," styled and cast by none other than our favorite ex-editrix, Carine Roitfeld. Roitfeld pulled out all the stops for her first post-Vogue gig, and the result, unsurprisingly, is gorgeous--with Carine's unmistakable finger prints all over it. Along with herself and her family, Roitfeld cast models she loves, friends she's known for years and women whose style she's admired from afar in the glossy spread.
Louis Vuitton's fall show may have been all about fetish, but the fall print campaign, revealed today in WWD, is a bit lighter and less twisted. It's
Bundled: Everything about this image screams summer. Jem Mitchell shot Fei Fei Sun for the June issue of Vogue China. Now if only the sun would com