Topics :: Fashion Week New York
By SYLVIA HUI | Thursday Sep 22, 2011
If ever there was a designer who could work endless magic on a single garment, it’s Burberry Prorsum’s design chief Christopher Bailey and the luxury brand’s signature trench coat.
Wednesday Sep 21, 2011
Daphne Guinness, one of today’s most original fashion icons, is the subject of The Museum at FIT’s new exhibition, Daphne Guinness which opens September 16th in NYC and is on view until January 7th 2012.
By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL | Sunday Sep 18, 2011
Marc Jacobs closed the curtain on New York Fashion Week with a dance hall theme that confirmed some trends for spring and created new ones with a mix of cellophane effects, Western-style shapes and drop-waist dresses.
By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL | Thursday Sep 15, 2011
Season after season, it’s Anna Wintour on the front row and Marc Jacobs as the most eagerly anticipated runway show at New York Fashion Week. Enter: The newbies.
By MESFIN FEKADU | Wednesday Sep 14, 2011
Move over Renee Zellweger, oh you of the tasteful buff dress and matchy matchy shoes. Nicki Minaj got the front row next to Anna Wintour at Monday’s runway show of your beloved Carolina Herrera.
By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL | Wednesday Sep 14, 2011
An easy spring elegance, deceitfully simple but never sloppy, brought a bit of good clean fun to New York Fashion Week as the twice-annual round of frenzied runway shows moved into the fifth day.
By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL | Monday Sep 12, 2011
Bursts of sunny, sultry citrus and sexy violet met up with muted sea tones on runways filled with flowers, both literal and reinvented, at New York Fashion Week’s spring previews as Day 3 kicked in Saturday.
By Samantha Critchell | Monday Sep 12, 2011
In an intimate hall at the New York Public Library’s flagship, guests at Victoria Beckham’s show twice stopped in their tracks on the way to their seats for moments of silence - one for each tower - as scheduled by the designer.
By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL | Sunday Sep 11, 2011
Optimism prevailed on the runways for next season’s style on the second day of shows for editors, retailers and stylists. After the New York catwalks close down, shows shift to London, then Milan and Paris.
By NICOLE EVATT | Saturday Sep 10, 2011
Even though iconic designer Valentino officially retired in 2008, the 79-year-old has no interest in slowing down. "Retirement is for old people," he said with a laugh Wednesday at an awards luncheon in his honor.