"They're all dressing for themselves," says costume designer Elisabeth Vastola, about the show's female leads.
It's hard to mess this color up and it always will be.
Damn, Jessica Jones.
Costume designer Stephanie Maslansky discusses the challenges of outfitting villains and superheroes who eschew the typical Marvel uniform.
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Both the OG and the new Carrie Bradshaws made our best dressed list this week, both looking equally fab in Marc Jacobs and Miss Wu, respectively. There's also some supermodel competition on the list with Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell--both dressed in head to toe black. Then, there's Chloe Sevigny who is basically wearing the outfit we want to be wearing for the rest of the summer. So cute. Click through for all that and the rest of this week's best dressed.
If you closed your eyes and wished for a dream fashion show, that's what Tommy Hilfiger's women's fall/winter collection was: a hushed fairyland of imported gray gravel, autumn ripe trees and a confidence you could feel upon entering the Park Avenue Armory. It wasn't only the sumptuous offerings for fall—precise military detailing, lush textures and literal equestrian accents in rich navy, caramel and the season's most-pervasive hue, burgundy—it was the tasteful spectacle that was so moving. From the cavernous space to the soundtrack (Lana Del Rey and The Beatles for Hilfiger's bow), the presentation felt like a veteran designer's willing acquiescence to a new guard.
This week's best-dressed includes January Jones, Krysten Ritter, and...click through for more details!