You'd think that after walking in the skin-filled Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, the models would want to, you know, put some clothes on. Yeah... not so much.
And that's a wrap! The last day of fashion week revealed cooler weather and significantly more laid-back outfits--we know we're sick of running around in heels as much as the next person. Today our camera snapped Seas of Shoes blogger Jane Aldridge, model Sui He, and more as Lincoln Center comes to a calm. Click through for their inspired end-of-fashion-week getups.
High fashion advertising has a long way to go before it can be considered an equal opportunity space for models. Taking a look at the casting history for high fashion brands makes us wonder if these ads featuring East Asian beauties are a sign of progress or posturing.
The past four days have been a non-stop party for a lot of fashion people here in New York. And those Halloween parties have been well-documented. The Tribeca Grand's Overlook Hotel party, the Boom Boom Room's fete and last night's V party hosted by Terry Richardson drew the most fashion-heavy crowds and, as we all know, fashion people like to dress up. They also seem to like obscure references--many of their costumes were tough to identify, but still fun to look at. So, from Alexa Chung to Joan Smalls to Marc Jacobs, here are a bunch of fashion people in their Halloween best! Photos: Terry's Diary, Paper, Style.com, BFA
For the first time in two years, V magazine is featuring actual models instead of celebrities on its next edition, which hits newsstands on November
Most people spend fashion week flipping out over the newest clothes, trends, hair styles, shoes, sunnies, and jewels, but for model lovers it's a perf
W's first-ever beauty issue features plenty of Hollywood heavyweights--Julia Roberts, natch--but it's a spread of three of the industry's hottest models (Estee Lauder spokesmodel Joan Smalls, Chinese superstar Sui He and 17-year-old New Zealander Emily Baker) that we're obsessing over.