It's like she stepped straight off the runway.
Including tarot cards, lunar calendars and something called "vampire repellent."
When it comes to mannequins, dress forms and other displays for dressing the human body, do museums have a responsibility to exhibit garments — particularly contemporary fashion — more realistically?
Plus, Hood By Air founder and Helmut Lang collaborator Shayne Oliver discusses his fashion origins and inspirations.
With nearly 350 (!) objects on display, visitors will rethink a garment's past, present and future.
The unique nonprofit organization incubated in the famous school is dedicated to developing clothing for people of all abilities.
Plus, Carolina Herrera will show at the MoMA.
Plus, Versace appoints new CEO from Alexander McQueen.
At a MoMa event, the model and actress challenged the images and concepts that have been heralded as gender subversive so far in fashion.
At an event held by MoMA, McKesson also explained how his signature blue vest has made him think about the "politics of enough."
Plus, 'Glamour' Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive addresses the Amy Schumer drama on TV.
Plus, Amazon unexpectedly turns a profit.
After showing its spring 2015 collection at both New York and Paris fashion weeks, Hood by Air returned to New York to stage multimedia performance and installation at the Museum of Modern Art.
Art and fashion now have a NYC museum to mingle in outside of the Met. Uniqlo has just announced itself as the exclusive, multi-year sponsor of the Museum of Modern Art's Friday night free admission program. There's also a cute tote involved.
Monday night's Volkswagen-sponsored party at the MoMA had all the promises of a good time: fine art, James Franco, and James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem as the DJ. Sounds like just the formula to get any cool kid out of their apartment on a Monday night and into the MoMA's sculpture garden; and not even the rain could stop party-goers from busting out their best looks. (That vanguard of handsome umbrella holders may have helped...) But why the bash? Because Volkswagen was celebrating the North American launch of its new Formula racing prototype, the XL1. You don't have to understand "carspeak" to know that VW's newest addition to its fleet is a hit. The design is sleek, futuristic, aerodynamic, and fit to be shown off at a museum. Honestly, it was hard not to try to sneak into the driver's seat and speed away. The XL1 also functioned as a great segue to announce Volkswagen's new partnership with MoMA--it's financing exhibits and donating works of art to MoMA's collection. But enough business, on to the partying...
Name: Anne Koch Age: 29 Occupation: Artist What do you do? I’m an artist. I’m on a break from a performance that I’m doing today called Energy Exchange at the House of Waris Tea Room. How would you you describe your style? Monochromatic. My closet is organized by color, so it’s either all silver or all camouflage.
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.
If you're looking for the most stylish and practical items for your wardrobe and life, the MoMA Design Store is kind of incredible. Not only do they have swoon worthy home furnishings, books, games, and posters, but they have some of the most quietly fabulous fashion pieces from all over the globe. Why all the praise? I was lucky enough to preview the store's fall collection, and all I can say is, wow. Every item selected for fall has earned its place in the store next to the Frank Lloyd Wright jewelry and Le Corbusier miniature chairs. In the queue for fall are some slap bracelet watches, gorgeous jewelry, and functionally chic bags, plus so much more crazy stuff! We've compiled some of our favorites after the jump. And now for the cherry on top: MoMA Design Store now has a registry--perfect for brides to be or us regular folk who are jonesing for that Dali & Film DVD for our birthdays! So start making your list now.