The designer talked modernizing archival looks, made-to-measure jeans and learning to love himself in a suit at the "Vogue" Forces of Fashion digital conference.
Balmain's Olivier Rousteing, Chloé's Natacha Ramsay-Levi and Balenciaga's Cedric Charbit shared their thoughts with Nicole Phelps at day two of "Vogue" Global Conversations.
The designer accepted the SCAD Étoile award at the design university's annual Fashion Weekend.
Vogue Runway's director was doing PR for a CD-ROM company before she scored her first industry gig at "WWD."
For your holiday break perusal.
The low-key VIPs you should know.
The designer spoke about how retail influences the runway (and vice versa) and whether he'd ever design for another house.
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It's day five of New York fashion week, and the schedule might be exhausting, but that isn't stopping people from bringing their style A-game. From Anna Dello Russo to Miroslava Duma, check out today's top street walkers.
The fashion flock might have already taken flight for Paris, but in case you're still getting your Guccis and Puccis in a row, this afternoon we check in with your ultimate crib sheet to Milan fashion week's most well-reviewed collections. As with our London and New York roundups, we've pored through The New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, Style.com, Vogue.com, SHOWstudio.com—and every other broadsheet and blog we can stream in our Google Reader—to bring you just the adjectives and adverbial phrases and other one-liners used to qualify the shows. Which designers came out on top? In the spirit of the new Milanese minimalism, we've pared the list down to seven. Flash back with us now through the best of austerity chic and graphic tailoring.
After 300-plus shows, it's no wonder we're still reeling. But while the calendar may have been jam-packed, there are only a few collections that really make headlines--which is why we've compiled the ultimate crib sheet of the season's most important shows and what all the major critics had to say about them. We've poured through every review (we mean that literally) for qualifying adjectives and other bon mots from The New York Times' Cathy Horyn, Eric Wilson, and the International Herald Tribune's Suzy Menkes; Style.com's Nicole Phelps and Meenal Mistry; Vogue.com's Sarah Mower, Hamish Bowles, and Mark Holgate; Samantha Critchell for the Associated Press; Lynn Yaeger for New York, and a host of other friends and bloggers. The result is a comprehensive guide to the season's most well-reviewed shows--from Jason Wu to Marc Jacobs. Which designers came out on top? Flash back with us now. You don't have to take our word for it.
Thanks to a grand endorsement from Carine Roifeld, Hakaan Yildirim was already a name to know when he received France's prestigious ANDAM award in 2010. “We’re in Harvey Nichols, Colette, Opening Ceremony–it’s nearly 26 stockists internationally!” he told Fashionista at the awards ceremony in Paris last October. Now it's time for another up-and-comer to take advantage of the prize, i.e. €220,000, a mentorship with former Chloe chief exec Ralph Toledano, and the chance to show at Paris Fashion Week. This year's nominees include Jeremy Laing, Adam Kimmel, Anthony Vaccarello, Commuun, Matthew Harding, and Yiqing Yin. The judges? Pierre Berge, Hillary Alexander, Emmanuelle Alt, Nicole Phelps, Sarah Lerfel from Colette, and Humberto Leon from Opening Ceremony, to name a few.