Meet L.A.'s new "Soho House of wellness."
Come one, come all.
Plus, Tiffany & Co.'s Fifth Avenue store sales are allegedly being hurt by its proximity to Trump Tower.
The Starwood chain capitalizes on the emerging designers' cool factor.
It's a point that has always been key to the Fashion Incubator program, even before the conversation overtook the industry.
The designer and CFDA chairman was in London last week where she and Mary Katrantzou spoke about growing their eponymous brands.
Including: "Don't take anybody else's advice."
A panel of creatives led a lively discussion about style in New York City on Tuesday night.
Through the CFDA’s Fashion Incubator program, ten promising young designers are given a low-rent work space and mentorship, among other benefits. One of which, thanks to a partnership with W Hotels since September of last year, is an inspiration trip to a W Hotel location of their choice–anywhere in the world. We got a few lucky Incubator designers to chronicle their adventures for us travel diary-style, to find out just what exactly happens on an inspiration trip. Next up: lingerie designer Ari Dein!
Since September of last year, W Hotels have been partnering with the CFDA's Fashion Incubator program, through which promising young designers are given a low-rent work space and mentorship, among other benefits. One of which, thanks to W Hotels, is an inspiration trip to a W Hotel location of their choice--anywhere in the world. We got a few lucky Incubator designers to chronicle their adventures for us travel diary-style, to find out just what exactly happens on an inspiration trip. First up: the adorable and talented Daniel Vosovic!
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.
In a city known for tourism, chic boutique hotels are a dime a dozen. Still, how many of them boast their very own Global Fashion Director? Last night, we hit the W Hotel in Times Square to toast the company’s new crop of Fashion Next designers. And for a hotel so well known for their contemporary aesthetic, the program seems to be a total no-brainer. “W’s passion is design,” explained Eva Ziegler, the hotel’s Global Brand Leader. “And this is just an extension of our point of view. We want to give these emerging designers a global platform.” This year’s crop of honorees—Mara Hoffman, Frank Tell, Mandy Coon, Tess Giberson, and Michael Angel—were in full celebration mode.