Let’s just say that actress Bella Thorne can wear some pretty off-the-wall stuff. Her hair color trends toward bright neon pinks and blues….
What a NYFW! Political messages, Planned Parenthood support, fights raging at a fashion party! Yet in between all of that, there was a lot of amazing fashion! We said bon voyage to homegrown designers like Proenza Schouler and welcomed Raf Simons for Calvin Klein Collection with wide-open arms. And let’s not forget about Yeezy!
Michael Kors is one of the big shows of NYFW, so you expect a big crowd — and he did not disappoint this time. Emily Ratajkowski, Amanda Peet, Blake Lively … A gaggle of fashion fashion gals showed, including Margaret Zhang, Aimee Song, and Gala Gonzalez. Kendall Jenner closed the show in a strapless fringed gown with sequin embroidery.
#NYFW16 is officially over, the last of Marc Jacobs’ ladies just exited the building and as we pack for London for their fashion week, we look back at what NYFW meant in terms of fashion trends. These days, the hemline of the skirt, the studs on the jacket or the hue of the dress is great and all but with the increasing popularity of see now, buy now concept, we don’t really have the time to ponder, consider and deliberate what next spring’s trends will be. With instagram + stories and snapchat going full out on fashion coverage, we deliver to you our version of NYFW trends round up through the eyes of which lifestyle tribe you belong to. In the 70s and/Users/dorafung/Documents/, Tanya Taylor.txt 80s, we had Woody Allen’s movies to help us figure out if we are uptown ladies or downtown girls, in 90s and early 00s, we had the ladies of Sex and the City to determine which character we are and now, we have social life to help us with our fashion choices.
Only a handful of people can close down 10 blocks of Madison Avenue, and Ralph Lauren is one of those few who can. He staged his show outside the Ralph Lauren flagship store to a packed front row of celebrities to announce that he will be joining the ‘see now, buy now’ concept for the first time ever.
Delpozo’s spring 2017 show was titled “Luminosity,” and the label’s creative director says the collection was inspired by Spain’s “master of light” painter Joaquín Sorolla and Korean-American artist Soo Sunny Park’s installations.
When you get down to it, good music, an iconic New York restaurant for setting, a few celebrities thrown in, and some pretty glamorous clothes are really all you need for a great show. The Designer: Brandon Maxwell started his label a little over a year ago, and since then has dressed Naomi Campbell and Karlie Kloss, and of course we all know he is best friend and stylist to Lady Gaga. Steven Klein, Jessie Smollet, Naomi Campbell, and Lady Gaga all attend Brandon Maxwell’s Spring 2017 show.
It’s day six of New York Fashion Week, and already we’re seeing windbreakers, of all things, showing up on multiple runways — and in this world, repetition means trending!
For those who see Fashion Week from afar, it looks like a stylish, glamorous and sophisticated affair that wannabe fashionista’s dream of attending. The lure of watching the most prestigious designer shows while being surrounded by celebs and wearing the hottest new trends does sound very appealing. But here’s the bare naked truth: It’s not everything it’s cracked up to be. In fact, sometimes it resembles going to Thorpe Park for the day.
Crisp, clean whites, smooth ivories, and chambray blues: Perhaps not the most revolutionary palette for a spring collection, but impossible to deny when presented in a fresh, artful, and elegant way. Such was the case for designer (and red carpet favorite) Jonathan Simkhai’s Spring 2017 effort. A newly platinum, denim-clad Kylie Jenner perched next to model pal Jordyn Woods, along with the likes of Ashley Graham, Olivia Palermo, Hailey Clauson, Olivia Culpo, Jamie Chung, and more.
Fast becoming the hottest ticket on the NYFW schedule, the Monse show was originally supposed to be held at a smaller venue, but had to be moved due to high demand from buyers, celebrities, and editors. But then again, in the one year since their debut collection, Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim have become the go-to designers for celebs like Brie Larson, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Selena Gomez to name just a few. And if you were like some of the guests who did not get the memo on the change of venue, check out the low-down on the Monse Spring 2017 show right here.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner may be rich and famous, but that doesn’t mean they don’t experience the terrifying situations that life can sometimes throw at us. Yesterday, the reality TV sisters got stuck in an elevator for 20 minutes.
The open casting call for Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 4 asked for “multiracial women only,” and that women wear “no makeup please come as you are.” One of the models who snagged a spot on the exclusive roster? Sofia Richie, daughter of Lionel, Nicole’s younger sister, and Justin Bieber’s latest flame.
Come Thursday, Paris Fashion Week will officially be over, along with the country-spanning marathon we know as Fashion Month. And while most of us will have to wait until September for next season’s trends to hit the racks, there are always a few lucky starlets who’re able to get their hands on some of the most coveted looks to hit the Fall 2016 runways, way before the public. From Selena Gomez looking red hot in Cushnie Et Ochs after the Grammys to Gigi Hadid getting sultry in one-day-old Versace, here 12 looks that went straight from the Fall 2016 runways to the street without skipping a beat. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
For a new model at fashion week, walking the right designers’ shows can instantly elevate their career (maybe even land them a major campaign). Industry veterans like Binx Walton, Lexi Bowling, and Julia Nobis still rule the runways, but this season saw a new crop of fresh faces — and the hottest ones landed nearly 20 shows just in New York. Is the next Karlie or Kate here? Read on for the five hot new models that you need to know.
Lady Gaga walking behind Kendall Jenner on the Marc Jacobs runway. Photo: Instagram Is this short model that walked in the Marc Jacobs show the next Kate Moss? Probably not (Moss, at 5′ 7,″ is considered a shrimp in the fashion industry, therefore standing at 5′1″ would certainly never fly). But no matter, because the petite catwalker’s none other than Lady Gaga so she’s got a few other things working for her.
Eleven-year-old Trinity Faith Moran might’ve broken the Council of Fashion Designers of America’s age regulations for models — but she gets a pass. Khan was approached by fashion stylist Mary Alice Stephenson, who works with Glam4Good, an organization that seeks to make humanitarian and social change through style, to participate in making Moran’s wish become a reality. The Moran family flew in from Texas to spend the day with Khan at his New York atelier (her first trip to the city) and Khan whipped together an ensemble for her in less than 24 hours.
New York has been really cold lately. Negative numbers-cold. So cold, in fact, that this past weekend, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio issued a warning for people to stay indoors to avoid the “life threatening” temperatures that were gripping the city with their icy, terrible hands. But do you think BDB’s decree was enough to stop New York Fashion Week’s dedicated troop of street style baiters from peacocking outside the shows in spring’s coolest wares while making exaggerated gestures at imaginary taxi cabs, all in the hopes of landing their curated outfits on a street style blog or highly regarded Instagram feed?
Zac Posen (gasp!) didn’t show a single ball gown, Thom Browne was weird & wonderful, and the Olsen Twins got inspired by… themselves. See all of Joe’s favorite moments from day 5 of NYFW. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
Model Lauren Wasser’s career took a turn when in 2012 she lost part of her lower right leg due to complications from Toxic Shock Syndrome. But just a few years later, the 27-year-old is back on track. During New York Fashion Week, she made her runway debut for Chromat, strutting her stuff with a gold prosthetic on, wearing a black dress with neon lights. But while Wasser’s inclusion in the show was prodigious (for the designer and model both). the entire presentation was a futuristic feat, breaking barriers many have yet to even consider.