"Tim Walker: Wonderful Things" is not your average retrospective.
And Italy's new prime minister is hoping to find a solution for the country's troubled fashion system.
New blog Part Nouveau, or ‘partly new’, delves into fashion history to showcase the inspiration–be it art, photography or design–behind some of today’s biggest fashion moments. It’s fascinating and impossible not to get lost in, so we asked the site’s founder, Lilah Ramzi, to give us a little history lesson each week. In this week's lesson, Revlon revives a classic campaign.
In an age when so many pop stars are manufactured head to toe, photos from a new exhibition arriving at the W Hotel featuring Madonna at her LES apartment in the '80s are proof that the look the pop star became known for (well, the first one at least) was all her own. We chatted with the photographer of these images, Richard Corman, to get the scoop on how those photos came about, what Madonna was like back in the day, and what it was like apprenticing for Richard Avedon. Read on for our interview and photos from the exhibition.
If you're anything like us at this time of year, you've spent hours traveling by plane, train, or automobile to the town--tiny or not--that you grew up in order to spend some relaxing days with your family and friend. Left with no work assignments to complete (we hope), and having accomplished all your gift giving goals you desperately need a fashion fix...and boy have we got you covered. What follows is a comprehensive list list of the most fabulous of fab fashion films to get you through those cold hard winter nights in EverywherebutNewYorkville, USA. Add your own suggestions in the comments. Happy couching!