The accessibly priced and trendy collection hit stores for the first time on January 31.
When Net-a-porter throws a party, it goes all out. Saturday night, NAP's Natalie Massenet, Lucy Yeomans, and Alison Loehnis hosted a pre-Met Ball, pre-Frieze party at Omar's, the as-yet unopnened private supper club on West 9th St. It was billed as a dinner, but quickly devolved into a several-hours-long cocktail hour with Valentino PR honcho Carlos Souza's sons serving as DJs. Everyone was there. Literally everyone. From Inez and Vinoodh to Karolina Kurkova to Olivier Theyskens to Jack McCullough and Lazaro Hernandez to Christopher Kane to Olivier Rousting to Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, the guest list was just purely bonkers. You couldn't blink without bumping into someone you felt embarrassed about bumping into. I spent the party trying to get the scoop on attendees Met Ball plans and punk pasts.
The campaign gives us a first look at a portion of the collection, which ranges in price from $29.99 to $89.99 and includes dresses, shoes accessories and more. We've seen it in person and a lot of it is actually pretty cute.
We love gawking at street style , but the front rows were also filled with well-heeled celebs whose outfits were equally worthy of our attention this past New York Fashion Week. From Sofia Coppola (so. perfect.) to Olivia Wilde to Bryanboy, click through for New York fashion week's 20 (famous) best dressed.
There's no doubt that every lady on Vogue's best dressed list is fashionable. Still, we think the fashion glossy may have overlooked a few people. Click through for the mag's 10 best, as well as 10 women we think should have made the list.
Lily Kwong is one of fashion's latest obsessions. You've probably seen this model/socialite/philanthropist on any number of street style blogs, in the pages of Vogue, or on a red carpet outside a fancy fashion event. Kwong managed to graduate Summa Cum Laude from Columbia last year (no easy feat!) all while juggling a modeling career--and right now you can find her online modeling Ferragamo's digital trunk show. She also happens to be Joseph Altuzarra's cousin--so you know fashion is in her genes. We caught up with the emerging it-girl to ask her about Columbia's fashion scene, what her Russian princess name would be (it makes sense in context, promise) and getting fashion advice from her designer cousin.