An eclectic crew of fashion folks gathered to celebrate the designer's re-issue of the 1993 collection that got him fired from Perry Ellis.
In lieu of a runway show, the designers showcased their latest collection on Kirsten Dunst, Tessa Thompson, Grimes, Rowan Blanchard, Chloe x Halle, Miranda July and more.
We got nostalgic with Daryl Kerrigan, whose first-ever mass collaboration coincides with a small refresh of her own brand.
And she doesn't get why people think she's a style icon.
It could have been titled "Chicken Soup for the Fashion Week Survivor's Soul"
Yesterday, news broke of a bizarre break-in that occurred this past Saturday at actress Famke Janssen's Greenwich Village home. The X-Men star allegedly returned after a day of running errands to find that, while none of her belongings were missing, someone had left a copy of the 1957 children's book The Lonely Doll on a shelf in her room. According to reports, Janssen claims to not own the book. The thing is... we don't totally believe her. It's not that we think she's a liar--but we find it a little hard to believe that Janssen wasn't affected by the book at least a little bit in her youth. According to our cursory research, members of the fashion industry in particular have been--and Janssen did start her career as a model, after all.
File this one under things we saw coming: Courtney Love is the face of Hedi Slimane's latest campaign for Saint Laurent. And so is Kim Gordon, Marilyn Manson, and Ariel Pink. Hedi Slimane sure does love a rock star.
As Japanese basics purveyor Uniqlo has expanded into markets beyond Asia, it's made a concerted effort to take things to a higher level, at least when it comes to design. The brand's first big campaign here in the US included scenesters like Chloe Sevigny and Kim Gordon. Uniqlo quickly became the poor man's APC, or the cool guy's Gap, however you want to look at it. But that was in 2007, before the recession hit. Now, being cool isn't as important as being beloved by the masses. Uniqlo's taking a cue from competitor Gap, releasing a "Made For All" campaign starring international celebrities Charlize Theron and Orlando Bloom. The campaign makes sense. Uniqlo's mission is to provide well-made, good-looking clothes to everyone. But are Charlize and Orlando the right ambassadors? We're not so sure. When we think of innate style, they're not the first celebs that come to our minds.
Our dear friend Chris sent this over last night, and we've already watched it about ten times. Cindy Crawford's on the beach in a black bikini intr