Kendall Jenner Hits Up Magazine Party in London for Fashion Week

Kendall Jenner and a bunch of her hotshot gals had quite a love affair in London. Kendall was among the many stars who hit up LOVE Magazine’s party Monday night at The Standard to wrap up London Fashion Week. Fashion Week now moves on to Milan but…

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Damon Dash Sues Ex-Wife for Fraud Over Fashion Line Payments

Damon Dash says his ex-wife, Rachel Roy, has been hiding stacks of cash that are rightfully his — the fruits of her fashion company’s labors — so he’s suing her for fraud. Dame is pissed off about the Rachel Roy Brands of clothes — which include…

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Extinction Rebellion disrupts London Fashion Week

Climate change activists targeted London Fashion Week on Saturday morning, blocking roads leading to the event’s main hub. Francesca Lynagh reports.


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Central Saint Martins MA Fashion Champions Recycling and Craftsmanship

LONDON — Central Saint Martins showcased its best design talents from the class of 2020 MA Fashion course on Friday with a 5G theme flashy high-tech projection sponsored by Three. Yet somehow, the microphone didn’t work during the winner announcement.
Women’s wear designer Sarah McCormack from Dumfries, Scotland and American Chinese designer Leeann Huang stood out from the 21 designers who made it to the graduate show and took home the grand prize L’Oréal Professional Creative Award.
Fabio Piras, course director of Central Saint Martins MA Fashion, said Huang was awarded for the research she went through while McCormack was “a fantastic choice,” as she manages to create couture-level beauty with rejects, all done by hand.
Huang’s graduate collection is a colorful nostalgic trip back to her childhood. “The future seems very bleak to me. Through my research, I was looking at different things that used to make me happy as a child. Mostly through cartoons like ‘The Powerpuff Girls,’ or ‘Charlie’s Angels,’ which painted a very positive feminist future,” she said, adding that she would like to get a job in Europe, and not return to the U.S. and President Trump.
McCormack’s collection is rich in textiles. “I started with a base and

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Faldan Launches at London Fashion Week 

LONDON — Laura Scarborough is on a mission to solve every woman’s handbag problem — and muscle in on the Longchamp market — with her newly launched label Faldan during London Fashion Week.
Her foldable, collapsable and stylish leather tote weighs as much as an iPhone, and can fit inside a Chanel mini bag. “I wanted to create a bag that’s not only functional, but looks beautiful and can be used in place of a standard cloth tote bag that doesn’t upset someone’s look,” Scarborough said, adding that it needed to be lightweight and easy to store.
Faldan is Scarborough’s first fashion venture. Not only is she being mentored by one of the team at Michael Kors, the patent-pending bag has already attracted interest from the likes of the British actress and “Absolutely Fabulous” star Joanna Lumley.
Until recently, Scarborough was head of delegation in the UN representing Eastern Europe, including Mongolia and Kazakhstan. “I was helping out these places, but at the same time I felt so detached from them and from the action. So I left because I wanted to do something where I could see the difference and start by answering a very simple problem,” she said.
For Scarborough, that problem was

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Miley Cyrus Makes Surprise Walk at New York Fashion Week

Miley Cyrus damn near brought New York Fashion Week to a halt with a surprise runway appearance … thanks to a super-hot ensemble. Miley closed out Marc Jacobs’ fall/winter 2020 runway show Wednesday night in NYC … much to everyone’s delight.…

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‘Always in Fashion’ Moves to 710 WOR, Owned by iHeart Media New York

“Always in Fashion,” the fashion business radio show hosted by Mark Weber, former chairman and chief executive officer of Donna Karan International and ceo of LVMH Inc., the U.S. subsidiary, and his son, Jesse Weber, a lawyer and TV host on the Law and Crime Network, changed stations.
The broadcast can be heard on 710 WOR, the Voice of New York, on Saturday from 8 to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 7 to 8 p.m.
On the show, the Webers discuss business and lifestyle topics and offer career and life advice. This weekend is a show on “Time,” the only resource you can’t replenish, said Mark Weber. Earlier guests have included Jeff Gennette, ceo of Macy’s Inc.
The radio show, which began in June 2016, had previously been on 77 WABC Radio.
Weber is also the author of two books, including “Always in Fashion: From Clerk to CEO — Lessons for Success in Business and in Life.” Jesse Weber is also a legal contributor to Fox News, CNN, CCBS, ET, Dr. Oz and 710 WOR.
iHeart Media New York, which owns and operates WOR, is the leading media outlet in the New York market.
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Lela Rose Bakes Up a Storm for New York Fashion Week Presentation

LELA’S ALL-NIGHT BAKERY: In the specter of entertaining, Lela Rose is an overachiever — so why would preparations for her presentation Monday afternoon have been any different?
Apparently, designing a 26-piece collection and opening a pop-up flower store were not enough for the New York designer. She also volunteered her baking skills to ensure that guests got a sampling of her homemade cookies with hand-pressed flowers. Her schedule last week basically amounted to a second job. After a full day’s work, she came home every night to bake for a solid three hours, usually from 9 p.m. until midnight. That drill intensified Saturday with five hours in the kitchen and then nearly a full day at the stove Sunday. “My feet were killing me. I went from fitting the clothes to making the cookies,” Rose said.
Guests stood shoulder-to-shoulder in the Greenwich Avenue shop trying to get a glimpse of the models wearing designs inspired by the Chelsea flower markets. Amidst the forsythia and racks of looks such as a silk satin one-shoulder dress with a turban sleeve and a botanical crepe open-neck dress with delicate crystal details, a table laden with plates of delicate-looking cookies anchored the room.
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Bridget Foley’s Diary: An American Fashion Dream

The days leading up to New York Fashion Week are typically a hotbed of activity in studios across New York, designers refining their clothes and distilling the range down to that perfect runway message.
But on Monday, despite the approach of his first full-scale show this morning, at the restaurant Veronika, there was nothing going on at Adam Lippes’ temporary studio on lower Broadway. Nothing that required his oversight, anyway. No castings, no fittings, no sartorial tweaking.
That’s because Lippes wasn’t around. He was 380 miles away in Fort Erie, Ontario, making good on a long-ago, teenaged vow to act as a pallbearer for the gardener of his family’s vacation house.
Lippes hadn’t seen Walker Dekker since 2003, at Lippes’ mother’s funeral, and was surprised by a November call from the man’s nephew, who’d found him on Google: “My uncle would love to hear from you.” Lippes intended to call, but got busy as one does, and didn’t. The nephew got in touch again in mid-January. About two weeks later, on a Sunday, Lippes picked up the phone and reconnected with the man to whom his younger self had been so close. “Remember our vow,” Dekker said. The following Wednesday, he was dead.
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L.A. Brand to Watch: Holden Outerwear Boosts Fashion, Women’s

Holden Outerwear has had a few different homes and iterations since it was founded by pro snowboarder Mikey LeBlanc 18 years ago.
But fall 2020 marks a new chapter for the business, now headquartered on Abbot Kinney in Venice, Calif., which has transitioned from purely men’s alpine performance wear to include fashion and a women’s wear proposition.
With a Japanese sensibility, new offerings include mid-weight pieces in stylish proportions and hybrid indoor-outdoor fabrications that can function as street or workout wear, including down puffer jogger pants or shorts; cropped sherpa hoodies; seamless Fair Isle sweaters; hi-loft quilted down kimonos, and oversize, oil-finish metallic parkas with fishtail hems.
Holden will be selling during women’s fashion weeks in New York and Paris for the first time this season.
“We want to be a more stylish Canada Goose and a less status Moncler,” said co-founder and designer Scott Zergebel, emphasizing that in addition to using luxe European textiles, the brand has been eco-conscious from Day One, using recycled cork insulation and trackable down, for example.
“We see the emulation of the technical in traditional fashion,” Le Blanc said of Holden’s potential. “And there are so many large down brands that have been very successful. Now that they are

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MSG to Shine Spotlight on Fashion

MSG Networks is getting fashionable.
The sports broadcaster will kick off a Fashion Week takeover on Monday, featuring a full week of content that will highlight the evolution of fashion in sports and provide an inside look at the styles popular today in the NBA and NHL.
The content will be used on MSG’s linear, digital and social channels for the Knicks, Rangers, Islanders and Devils, the four teams currently playing during New York Fashion Week. It will shine a spotlight on some of the most fashionable athletes on those teams including Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist, Devils defenseman P. K. Subban and Knicks guard R.J. Barrett, who will be featured throughout the week showcasing their own personal style, favorite fits and most stylish teammates.
The programming will also include segments on how certain styles have evolved, both on and off the court and ice, and will include the change in jersey designs and the increased attention on pre-game outfits.
MSG Networks on-air talent will also be prominently featured and will include former Knicks player Walt “Clyde” Frazier, whose outrageous outfits catapulted him into one of the NBA’s first fashion icons. Frazier will discuss his personal style, the story behind his “Clyde” nickname, and will

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Popeyes Unveils Fashion Line That Looks Just Like Beyonce’s Ivy Park Line

Beyonce might want a word with Popeyes honchos — not about their chicken sandwich, but about their new fashion line. Yes, that’s a real thing, and yes … it looks like a total Bey copy. The fast-food chicken chain just unveiled new employee…

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5 Fashion Details You May Have Missed From the 2020 Grammy Awards

The 2020 Grammy Awards produced a number of eye-catching, high-fashion celebrity moments — take Ariana Grande’s Cinderella-inspired Giambattista Valli gown and Cardi B’s custom crystal-studded Mugler dress — but it’s the details you may have missed that call for a closer look.
Many red-carpet attendees opted for innovative and sometimes quirky accessories to finish off their looks, ranging from the minimal — such as Shawn Mendes’ delicate, yet impressive, Bulgari necklace — to the campy, like Billy Porter’s automated fringe hat.
Bold beauty also had a moment on the red carpet, especially on the night’s biggest winner Billie Eilish. The five-time Grammy winner stuck to her signature style of luxury meets loungewear — choosing a custom neon green and black Gucci set — and finished off the look with matching green Gucci monogrammed nails.
Read on to see more fashion details you may have missed from the 2020 Grammy Awards.
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1. Billy Porter’s Automated Fringe Hat

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Grammys 2020: Inside the Fashion Go-To for Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande and More

“The 200,000 crystals can wait!,” said stylist Brett Alan Nelson on Thursday morning at The Residency Experience in West Hollywood, where he was in the throes of Grammys prep, doing last-minute pulls for Lizzo’s onstage Grammys look, which may (or may not) include 200,000 crystals.
“Lizzo’s performance is going to be the most iconic of the night. When I saw the rehearsal, I cried,” said the image-maker, plucking a dangling triangle diamond earring for his tray.
It’s one of the tamer pieces on offer at The Residency, which this week has been a revolving door of stylists pulling for Grammys attendees Billie Eilish, Rosalía, Gwen Stefani, Kehlani and Ariana Grande.
A go-to designer showroom and wearable art space for those looking for something unique or custom, The Residency has helped orchestrate such viral fashion moments as Cardi B’s $ 250,000 Met Gala ruby nipple covers (custom-made in a week’s time by Stefere jewelry), and Joey King’s hypnotic, undulating Iris van Herpen Golden Globes dress.
Opened five years ago, the space is an avant-garde candy store of under-the-radar global fashion and jewelry brands, haute armor, headdresses and human hair wigs curated by self-described “fashion activist” and former stylist herself B. Akerlund, who has worked with Lady

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Grammys 2020: 17 Memorable Moments in Grammy Red Carpet Fashion

The Grammy Awards never fails to deliver red carpet moments that leave us in shock, awe or just scratching our heads.
This Sunday’s 62nd annual show held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles is unlikely to disappoint with looks that will live on in the red carpet canon.
But only a few celebrities push the limits of what red carpet dressing can be.  No one can forget when Lady Gaga showed up being carried in an egg in 2011. Rihanna’s frothy, bubblegum pink Giambattista Valli gown from 2015 inspired a plethora of loofah memes. And 20 years later, Jennifer Lopez’s plunging Versace gown is still as iconic as ever.
We are keeping an eye out for three Best New Artist nominees to bring us some of the night’s best looks.
Lizzo, the most nominated artist, has been one of the year’s major style stars. This could be her chance to solidify herself as true fashion girl.
Grammys newcomer Rosalía often plays with her Spanish roots to bring an authentic flamenco-inspired style that is both unique and modern.
Few artists have made as bold of fashion choices this year as Lil Nas X. His world of hip-hop meets country has spawned some of the boldest male fashion

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Cardi B Wears Rubbery Black Leather Dress at Paris Fashion Week

Cardi B has plenty of game on the fashion front, but she outdid herself Friday at Paris Fashion Week. She was at Richard Orlinski’s fashion show — a show which she stole with an outfit which is right on the line. Check out the eyes — pretty…

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Wooyoungmi to Launch Women’s Wear During Men’s Paris Fashion Week

ONBOARDING WOMEN: Wooyoungmi, the high-end men’s wear label established by South Korean designer Woo Youngmi in Paris in 2002, is branching out into women’s wear, which will debut in its Saturday show at Paris Fashion Week.
The move reflects an obsession of mother-daughter design duo, Woo and Katie Chung, who was brought on by her mother in 2014.
The idea is to find common ground between men’s and women’s wear, explained Woo, in the label’s Paris-based showroom, which sits on the bank of the Seine River.
“We’re trying to find one point where they can meet,” said Woo, speaking through an interpreter.
They don’t want women to look like men, or vice versa, she added.
With the influence of Chung, the label has already explored the fluctuating boundaries between masculine and feminine looks. The pair have nudged it from a more romantic bohemian flavor to the streets in recent seasons, offering sportswear paired with suiting for spring, for example.
A member of the Chambre Syndicale de la Mode Masculine, the label has been a mainstay on the men’s calendar over the years and has flagships in Paris and Seoul.
For fall, the designers took inspiration from “Orlando,” Sally Potter’s Nineties film starring Tilda Swinton.
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Amazon Shoppable Fashion Competition Series ‘Making the Cut’ Announces Premiere Date

Will the future of fashion be streaming?
Maybe. Several shows combining fashion, storytelling and digital commerce are launching in the coming months.
On Tuesday at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, Calif., Amazon announced its new fashion competition series, “Making the Cut,” will premiere March 27.
“We are excited to be able to produce a show that really looks for the next global brand…and create the situation where [designers] are set up for success when they leave us,” said executive producer Sara Rea.
Former “Project Runway” host Heidi Klum and mentor Tim Gunn lead the cast, with Naomi Campbell, Carine Roitfeld, Joseph Altuzarra and Nicole Richie as guest judges.
The program brings together 12 entrepreneurs and designers from around the world who are competing for a $ 1 million prize and the chance to turn their fledgling businesses into global brands.
Challenges take them to New York City, Tokyo and Paris (the crew shot at the Eiffel Tower over the summer), and the winning looks will be shoppable at around $ 100 or less, and in sizes from XXS to XXXL on Amazon immediately following each episode.
“People can buy it all over the world. We are going into over 200 territories,” Klum said of the difference

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Netflix and Net-a-porter Announce Premiere Date for ‘Next in Fashion’

Netflix’s “Next in Fashion” fashion competition show will premiere Jan. 29.
Hosted by Tan France (“Queer Eye”) and designer/model Alexa Chung, it has contestants competing for a $ 250,000 prize and a chance to have their collection sold on Net-a-porter. Guest judges include Hollywood stylist Elizabeth Stewart, Instagram’s Eva Chen and Net-a-porter’s global buying director Elizabeth von der Goltz.
“We’ve always been huge supporters of emerging designers…and this fits into that,” said von der Goltz, speaking to WWD exclusively about the shopping platform’s partnership with the show, and mentioning Net-a-porter’s The Vanguard program for emerging designers as a parallel. “Everything today is experiential and fashion fits into that perfectly. And us being digital, the way we communicate is online…streaming fits into who we are as a retailer.”
Discovering up-and-coming talent has become a commodity for shoppers, she added of the show’s appeal. “Our EIPs, our top customers, are super savvy, and they have power brands they will always wear, but they also want to be seen in a brand not everyone knows,” von der Goltz said, noting that she has bought brands that have never shown at a fashion week after finding them on Instagram, and that streaming is just another channel for discovering

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Billy Porter Was A Fashion Icon In His Custom Jumpsuit And Butterfly Body Art

Billy Porter took to the 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards clad in a show-stopping seafoam green jumpsuit, complete with gorgeous butterfly body art meant to represent the transgender community.
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Berlin Fashion Week Relaunches With New Venue, South African Talents

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin is relaunching on Monday with a new and larger venue at the Kraftwerk, a power station-converted event space in central Berlin.
South African designers Clive Rundle, Floyd Avenue, Rich Mnisi and Viviers will stage a group show as part of Mercedes-Benz’s talent exchange program to kickstart the three-day fashion event. Some 16 designers — such as Odeeh, Last Heirs, Nobi Talai and Kilian Kerner’s Kxxk — will debut their fall 2020 collection on the runway.
The group show also marks the 25th anniversary of Mercedes-Benz’s commitment to fashion. The company sponsors Mercedes-Benz Fashion Weeks in Australia; Mexico; Madrid; Tbilisi, Georgia; and Berlin, as well as the International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, France.
“Democratizing the fashion week” is another key element to the relaunch, according to Katja Ohly-Nauber, a spokeswoman from Mercedes-Benz Germany.
“We are excited to open our doors to consumers and the general public, in addition to leading industry figures, to interact with designers and experience many of the exhibitions and presentations,” Ohly-Nauber added.
Since Mercedes-Benz parted from its original production partner IMG three years ago, there have been talks about the need for change in the German fashion scene, as WWD reported. Despite little

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JFK Airport Not Done With Fashion Shows Yet

With previous destinations including the Eiffel Tower and Seine River in Paris, the Hoover Dam and a New York City skyline show, model-turned-show-producer Jessica Minh Anh, in partnership with DHL Express, will present her next fashion show at JFK.
The next rendition of her “Fashion x Sustainability Series” is coming to the John F. Kennedy Gateway in February, but Minh Anh wouldn’t be the first to select JFK as an elixir for fashion’s in-crowd, trends and innovative designs. Under creative director Nicolas Ghesquière, Louis Vuitton showed its 2020 resort collection at the TWA Hotel at New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport in May.
DHL is not an unlikely partner to Minh Anh, as just this August, the logistics company sponsored the DHL Logistics in Fashion award with the CFDA. This was the second year in a row.
She maintains the goal to highlight “the modern upcycling and delivery process in a creative way.”
“From optimizing transport routes and rolling out alternative fuel vehicles, to operating energy efficiency warehouses, DHL is reducing transport-related CO2 emissions,” said Minh Anh in a press statement.
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Jackie Chan’s Latest Stunt Is a Fashion Range

In what is surely one of the New Year’s most unexpected fashion collaborations, Chinese activewear brand Li-Ning is doing a martial-arts-inspired capsule collection with Jackie Chan, WWD has learned.
It is to be unveiled at the Li-Ning fashion show in Paris on Jan. 18 at the Centre Pompidou, kicking off a three-year sponsorship of the famous art museum — with the affable action film star in attendance.
The Beijing-based firm confirmed both projects exclusively to WWD as the brand marks 30 years in business and enjoys strong momentum amid an international expansion push.
Founded by its namesake, a champion gymnast boasting 106 gold medals, Li-Ning initially set out to provide Chinese athletes with a domestic brand to wear to the Olympics and ultimately grew to a publicly traded company with 2018 revenues of 10.51 billion renminbi, or $ 1.51 billion, and a market capitalization of 54 billion renminbi, or $ 7.75 billion. Its share price zoomed about 185 percent over the past year on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, fueled by the growing popularity of sports apparel and patriotic consumerism amid China’s spat with the NBA, according to equity analysts.
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Decoding the Tens: Fashion Industry Weighs In

As the Tens draw to a close and the Twenties get ready to dawn, WWD casts an eye on the dizzying amount of change the last decade has brought to the fashion scene — including streetwear’s rise; a growing voice from younger — much younger — generations; the blurring of gender lines, and a rising environmental awareness, not to mention the indelible mark left by the #MeToo movement.
It was a tumultuous period, with the recasting of old orders by technology, which took a central role in rearranging the era’s priorities.
WWD turned to industry figures, including retailers, historians, curators and trend forecasters, to sift through the Tens, and decide what defined them, fashion wise.
What was the look of the decade? Who was the designer of the era? And how about the future: Will the Twenties roar again?
Strong mentions for the decade’s standout look included Demna Gvasalia’s oversize imprint at Balenciaga, the gender-bending baroque aesthetic from Alessandro Michele at Gucci, the recasting of women’s wardrobes by Phoebe Philo at Celine and Maria Grazia Chiuri at Dior and the arrival of Virgil Abloh at Louis Vuitton. The reign of the sneaker made a mark. Some wondered, is Hedi Slimane the new Karl Lagerfeld?

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All the Kardashian-Jenner-West Fashion and Beauty Brands in the Works

Given the sheer number — and popularity — of the Kardashian-Jenner-West family’s fashion and beauty brands, they’ve proven they are a force to be reckoned with outside the entertainment arena, building businesses that compete with the biggest brands in the market. And they’re only just getting started.
In 2019, the reality TV clan marked significant milestones for their respective businesses — most notably Kylie Jenner selling a majority stake of her Kylie Cosmetics brand to Coty Inc. for $ 600 million — and they also laid down the groundwork to continue expanding their empires by filing a number of new fashion and beauty trademarks.
From Kendall Jenner’s first beauty venture to the youngest of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s children getting in on the family business, here are all the Kardashian-Jenner-West fashion and beauty brands in the works.
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Twenty-two-year-old Kylie Jenner arguably had the busiest year out of her entire family. She had one of the biggest M&A beauty deals of the year, selling a 51 percent stake of her Kylie Cosmetics business to Coty Inc. for $ 600 million. Through the deal, it was revealed that

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The Biggest Fashion News of the Decade

Designer shake-ups, iconic runway moments and eyebrow-raising controversy.
These are just some of the biggest fashion news stories that made headlines in the 2010s, igniting major change in the industry and producing memorable moments that have stuck in the cultural lexicon to this day.
The decade saw the loss of a number of the industry’s most acclaimed and adored designers, including Alexander McQueen, Oscar de la Renta, Kate Spade and Karl Lagerfeld, to name a few.
The 7 Major Fashion Trends That Defined the 2010s
Seemingly every major designer house experienced significant change throughout the decade, from fashion designers like Raf Simons, Hedi Slimane and Stefano Pilati hopping between brands to logo redesigns at Celine and Saint Laurent.
As the decade is now coming to a close, WWD looks back at the biggest fashion news during the 2010s, broken down for each year.
2010: Alexander McQueen’s Shocking Death, New York Fashion Week’s Big Move

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The fashion world was in shock over the sad news of Alexander McQueen’s suicide at the age of 40. McQueen was one of the most acclaimed fashion designers of his generation, gaining international recognition after his highly controversial Highland Rape collection in 1995. He was later succeeded by his head

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7 Fashion Trends That Helped Define the 2010s

When it comes to fashion trends that shaped the 2010s, dad jeans, sneakers and logo-laden everything come to mind.
Fashion in the 2010s was underscored by a range of subcultures that met the world stage, from normcore to Gen Z Internet culture (VSCO Girls, anyone?). On another, far more formal plane, the British royal family’s popularity experienced an apotheosis not seen since the days of the late Princess Diana, as Kate and Meghan have taken after their late mother-in-law’s fashion icon status.
But while logomania, ath-leisure and the occasional fascinator led the decade style-wise, the fashion industry itself experienced profound cultural shifts over the last 10 years, that spurred marked change in terms of larger issues including inclusivity, diversity and sustainability across the board.
As the 2010s come to a close, WWD looks at the seven fashion trends that defined the decade.
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1. Goodbye Formalwear, Hello Ath-leisure

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Is Antwerp Still Relevant in Today’s Fashion Landscape?

Antwerp, Belgium, has been rich for a long time. Pepper, silver and the silk trade made the city an economic powerhouse in the 16th century and it has been a nurturing place for art, culture and fashion ever since. Nowadays, it sits on the world’s largest diamond trade business and hosts Europe’s second-largest port.
The city’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts has been nurturing design talents such as the Antwerp Six, Martin Margiela, Haider Ackermann, Kris Van Assche, Glenn Martens, Demna Gvasalia and Jan-Jan Van Essche since the Eighties. They went on to run respectable and successful fashion businesses in the city or became creative directors at luxury houses, such as Hermès, Berluti, Dior and Balenciaga.
Now a new generation of Belgian fashion brands has decided to set up their businesses in the city, with new approaches and different design ethos.
“I wish I would have done it here, it would have been much easier,” said Martens, creative director of Y/Project, before he participated in a panel discussion during a series of talks organized last month by Flanders District of Creativity in Antwerp.

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IMG to Sell Tickets to Australian Fashion Week

SYDNEY – For Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia’s 25th anniversary year in 2020, IMG is experimenting with a new integrated consumer format.
For the event’s Resort 2021 showcase, which is due to run from May 11 to 15 at Sydney’s Carriageworks and other venues across the city, IMG will offer the public access to the event for the first time.
Called MBFWA: The Experience, the pilot initiative will replace the five year-old, consumer-facing Mercedes-Benz Fashion Weekend Edition, which has dovetailed off the main trade event since 2014. Under a new revenue-sharing initiative with participating designers, IMG will open up 25 percent of seats at select MBFWA runway shows over the five days to the public, in addition to seminars and other special events.
At time of writing the schedule was still under development; however, participating shows will include at least one “headline” show involving an established Australian designer brand each evening, plus select on-site and off-site shows and events throughout the week.
Unlike a similar initiative launched by the British Fashion Council at London Fashion Week in September, which sold tickets to a parallel series of consumer-facing shows for Alexa Chung, House of Holland and Self Portrait over the weekend of September 14 and 15, consumers

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J Lo’s Versace Gown ‘Knockoff’ Gets Fashion Nova Sued

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Fashion Awards 2019 to Recognize the ‘Designer’s Designer’

PEER-TO-PEER: At this year’s Fashion Awards in London, the British Fashion Council will be celebrating the Designer’s Designer, an accolade that coincides with the launch of the BFC’s new membership program.
Nominees include Christopher Kane, Roksanda Ilincic, Margaret Howell, Jonathan Anderson and Simone Rocha. The membership program’s 80 founding members will be voting for the winner of the Designer’s Designer award.
It will be presented during the 2019 ceremony, which takes place at Royal Albert Hall on Dec. 2.
According to the BFC, all nominees were chosen for having had a “global impact” and because they “moved the needle in increasing their positive brand perception” through collaborations, product design and creativity.
The new BFC membership scheme aims to raise funds for designers, business programs, education and scholarships, and wants to encourage a stronger sense of community and collaboration among its members. It also aims to tap into “a much wider community, not just the brands that are part of the schedule at London Fashion Week,” said BFC chair Stephanie Phair.
It will provide a new revenue stream for the BFC. Membership fees are based on annual turnover, and range from designer members to patron members. Businesses with up to 1 million pounds in turnover pay

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These 7 Fashion and Beauty Brands Are Doing Black Friday 2019 Differently

Black Friday is known for its big markdowns and attractive promotions, but this year a number of fashion and beauty brands are flipping the switch for the shopping holiday.
Many brands are using Black Friday 2019 to spotlight important issues and charities during the shorter holiday shopping season rather than focusing on hyper-consumption. Brands like Old Navy and Everlane are donating to a number of charities with each customer purchase, while companies like Deciem and REI are skipping out completely on Black Friday.
Read on to see how seven brands are doing things differently for Black Friday 2019.
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1. Deciem

Inside a Deciem store. 

Cult-favorite skin-care brand Deciem revealed earlier this month that it will be closing its stores and blacking out its web site for Black Friday 2019, instead offering an in-store and online discount of 23 percent off across brands for the full month of November.
“Each Black Friday we were feeling increasingly more uncomfortable with being so heavily involved in a day centered around hyper-consumerism,” said Nicola Kilner, Deciem chief executive officer. “We are working hard to bring good skin care to as many people as possible, and while Black Friday certainly brings in new

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Art Photography from Window Reflections

Richard Carlton London

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: April 21, 2017

Publisher: Richard Carlton London

Seller: Rick London


Although far from a pedestrian collection of photographs, these are taken as a pedestrian with an iPhone. With very few exceptions, all the photographs are untouched by effects. Each image comes alive through a combination of elements, separately or together: the time of day, angle of sun, the color and quality of the glass, surface heat and length of shot, interior colors, exterior motion, lines and space of subjects, people, displays, height, reflection and of course how clean the glass. All of these elements play a part in the composition.  The images are fleeting. Coming together one day and disappearing the following day. Next time you walk down the street, see what reflective view you can capture through your landscape, urban or rural, and share with me and others.

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Christopher John Rogers Takes Top Honors at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund

NEW YORK — The winner of the 2019 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund is Christopher John Rogers.
The designer swept up the top prize — a $ 400,000 bounty — at the 16th annual awards event, which was the first to be held under the Tom Ford era at the CFDA. Hundreds of bold-faced names — designers, models, actresses and musicians — were expected at the awards dinner and fashion show celebration at Cipriani South Street. The event was held at what was previously the Battery Maritime Building in Lower Manhattan.
With his first-place finish, Rogers joins the ranks of previous winners including Alexander Wang; Pyer Moss’ Kerby Jean-Raymond; Public School’s Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne; Brock Collection’s Laura Vassar and Kristopher Brock; Paul Andrew; Telfar Clemens, and Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez among them. 
This year’s runners-up were Danielle Hirsch for her bridal collection Danielle Frankel, and Reese Cooper for his signature men’s and women’s wear. Hirsch and Cooper will each be awarded $ 150,000. The winner and two runners-up each represent an individualized approach to fashion.
Rogers, and the runners-up, led a competitive field that included Abdul Abasi and Greg Rosborough of Abasi Rosborough; Alejandra Alonso Rojas; Victor Barragán of Barragán; Hillary Taymour of Collina

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LACMA Art + Film Gala 2019 Red Carpet Fashion: See Every Look as the Stars Arrive

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The Fall Fashion Essentials Every Outdoorsman Needs for a Weekend Getaway

November, for many, marks the final opportunity to pitch a tent in the woods, take a hike up to a lofty summit, or fly-fish for trout. And as the days get shorter and colder, bundling up for the outdoors becomes the no.1 priority. But just because you have to layer up doesn’t mean you can’t don the latest fall fashion essentials.

When you’re planning a weekend getaway, be sure to pack more than the latest technical gear for your active pursuits. These new fall fashions are the perfect fit for any adventure—and happen to look great, too. Whether you’re in knee-deep water on the creek or climbing in search of a great view, some fall fashion pieces are ideal for any environment.


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Filson Sherpa Fleece Jacket ($ 165, filson.com); John Varvatos Star USA Randy Sport Shirt ($ 168, johnvarvatos.com); Eddie Bauer Mountain Ops Canvas Pants ($ 149, eddiebauer.com); LaCrosse Snake Country Boot ($ 170, lacrossefootwear.com).

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Cozy Staples for Cabin Getaways

Rag & Bone Garage Jacket ($ 795, rag-bone.com); Woolrich Flannel Overshirt ($ 110, woolrich.com).


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A Stylish Getup for Hiking

Belstaff Patrol Waxed Jacket ($ 850, belstaff.com); O.N.S Austin Mixed Media Shirt ($ 148, onsclothing.com); Bally Techno Fabric Cargo Trousers ($ 650, bally.com) and Cutter Boots ($ 850, bally.com).

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A Casual Outfit for Road Trips and Camping

Buck Mason Denim Two Pocket Field Shirt ($ 125, buckmason.com); ROKA Barton Sunglasses ($ 145, roka.com); Lucky Brand Gallup Jacquard Overshirt ($ 100, luckybrand.com); Michael Kors Performance Cotton Crew ($ 40, macys.com); Paige Lennox Pant ($ 199, paige.com); Danner Bull Run Moc Toe ($ 190, danner.com).

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Gucci to Return to Men’s Fashion Week

MILAN — Milan Fashion Week Men’s is three months away, but it’s getting an unexpected boost, courtesy of Gucci. The Italian fashion brand will be returning to the January edition with a men’s wear show to be held on Jan. 14, after deciding to go coed in 2017. That would be the last day of the next edition, as Milan Fashion Week Men’s is slated to run Jan. 10 to 14, 2020.
In a letter sent to Italy’s Camera della Moda president Carlo Capasa, Marco Bizzarri, president and chief executive officer of Gucci, thanking the fashion association for the invitation to return to Milan Fashion Week Men’s, said “the Milan fashion shows embody the strength and beauty of Made in Italy. Milan Fashion Week is a central event in the fashion world’s calendar and confirms Italy’s fundamental role — for creativity and manufacturing alike — in the luxury sector.”
Bizzarri underscored that the “act of solidarity” of the companies taking part in Milan Fashion Week “have already demonstrated their capacity to work together with a common goal: to make women’s fashion week ever more beautiful, innovative and authoritative, this is what happened last month.” This is a reference to how the Camera

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Burberry Partners With The RealReal in the Name of Circular Fashion

LONDON — Against of a backdrop of climate change protests and luxury companies ramping up their sustainability initiatives, Burberry has partnered with luxury consignment marketplace The RealReal in an effort to promote a circular economy in fashion.
According to Burberry, the partnership is a means of educating and directing consumers who wish to consign their Burberry items, or to shop for old Burberry pieces, on The RealReal’s site.
“We hope to not only champion a more circular future, but encourage consumers to consider all the options available to them when they’re looking to refresh their wardrobes,” said Pam Batty, vice president of corporate responsibility at Burberry.
Burberry won’t be providing any of its unsold stock, or giving the consignor any exclusive products. Instead, the company has chosen to reward TheRealReal customers who purchase consigned Burberry products more chances to shop the brand via an exclusive personal shopping experience in one of its 18 stores across the U.S.
According to the luxury label, the personal shopping experience will include Champagne and high tea and a personal selection of new Burberry products to shop from, including their latest collection of more than 109 looks.
Like many luxury brands, Burberry has moved to become more sustainable.
Earlier this year, the brand

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Leonard A. Lauder to Be Honored at Lincoln Center Corporate Fund Fashion Gala

Leonard Lauder is to be honored at the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund Fashion Gala in New York on Nov. 18.
Lauder, the chairman emeritus of The Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., has been named the recipient of the Women’s Leadership Award “for his lifelong dedication to supporting women and his commitment to public and philanthropic service,” a release stated.
“An Evening Honoring Leonard A. Lauder” will take place at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, featuring a performance by Jennifer Hudson and a conversation between Lauder and Tom Ford, fashion designer, chairman of the board of the Council of Fashion Designers of America and a member of the Lauder stable of beauty brands. The gala is being co-chaired by Steven Swartz, president and chief executive officer of Hearst and chairman of the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund, and Glenda Bailey, editor in chief of Harper’s Bazaar.
“I am deeply touched and honored to receive the Women’s Leadership Award and to celebrate the incredible programs supported by the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund that bring inspiration and creativity to this city we all love,” Lauder said. “I have been fortunate to have been mentored by, and to have worked with, some of the most brilliant women in the beauty

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Fall Fashion Edit: The Most Stylish Eyeglasses You Can Buy Online

We’re a culture that thrives on instant gratification. Shopping is evidence of that. Why make a trip to a brick-and-mortar store when you can browse for everyday essentials from your couch, then have them delivered to your door in a matter of days? For some time there were exceptions to this convenience. For instance, buying prescription eyeglasses required multiple visits to get an eye exam, work with an optician to find a flattering pair of frames, then wait for them to be made before you could get prescription eyeglasses. But now, you can bypass the middleman. So long as you have a current prescription (yes, you still need a yearly eye exam), you can upload your script and get a pair of eyeglasses shipped right to you.

We spoke with Kim Nemser, vice president of product strategy at Warby Parker, the brand that started the craze, for some must-know tips and tricks. Once you’re armed with the necessary knowledge, check out our favorite new frames of fall 2019. They’ll give you the fresh start you need.

The Best Styles for Each Face Shape

Geometry plays a considerable role, but you ultimately want to pick frames that look and feel good. “Beyond considering your face shape, it’s important to consider the width of your face, especially with optical frames,” says Nemser. “Wide frames can overwhelm narrow features, and frames that are too narrow can result in an incorrect fit.” Here’s the quick and dirty on the most flattering frames for your face shape:

Round: “Try a graphic frame,” Nemser says. “Think: a rectangular pair with more pronounced angles and edges.”
Diamond/Square: “Juxtaposition is key,” Nemser explains. “With an angular shape, go with a style that has softer edges. Round-lensed frames balance out strong jawlines or cheekbones.”
Heart: “Heart-shaped faces can pull off the aviator style—a tried-and-true shape with smooth lines that complements a wider forehead,” Nemser says.
Oval: “An oval-shaped face is great for most frames, since the ratio of your facial features is balanced,” Nemser says.

Choosing Colors to Match Your Skin Tone and Hair

You’ve probably heard that cooler skin tones look best in blues and greens, while reds and oranges flatter warmer skin tones, but there’s no hard and fast rule with eyeglasses. “Frame color is usually a personal preference, based off what people are most drawn to,” Nemser says. “Green has been trending in the market, and we introduced a ‘rosemary crystal’ this August. We’ve also seen bold tortoises, matte colorways, and graphic two-toned acetates continuing to do well.”

Embrace Your Quirks, Know Your Fit

It’s easy to assume you just need to tighten the arms of your glasses in order to ensure a proper fit, but there’s actually more at play here. Here’s how to tell if you’ve found a pair of well-fitting frames, according to Nemser:

Pupils are near the center of each lens
Lenses don’t extend past the sides of your face
Eyebrows are above the glasses
Temples sit comfortably on your ears (and aren’t too tight or too loose)
When you smile, your cheeks don’t push the frames up

“We know how important it is to find the right fit, so we offer a few no-risk ways to try on frames before purchasing,” Nemser adds. “Through our Home Try-On program, we’ll send you five frames for free to try on for size. If instant gratification is your thing, you can try on frames virtually through our app on an iPhone X. Alternatively, pop into any one of of our retail locations, and our advisors are happy to help—plus we offer a 30-day, no-hassle return policy for any frame purchase.”

Note that brands have sizing options—like wide and narrow fits—depending on the frame. For instance, Warby Parker has “low-bridge” fit for people with low nose bridges (if the bridge of your nose sits level with or below the pupils), wide faces, and/or high cheekbones. “They help keep frames from sliding down your face, resting on your cheeks, or pinching,” she explains. All of those factors indicate an improper fit.

“We also offer variations in nose pads (for less tension and to reduce slipping), lens tilt (to provide space between the cheekbones and the frames), and curved temples (creating a roomy fit, reducing pinching and any pain).” That said, if you’ve struggled to find comfortable frames in the past, it’s worth going to a brick-and-mortar store rather than shopping online so a professional can help you optimize your frames.

Consider a Specialty Lens

For the most part, it’s always best to consult an optometrist if you’re unsure whether you want a specific lens. “We offer blue-light-filtering lenses for everyday wear, for those who want to protect their eyes from UVA rays, UVB rays, and blue light,” Nemser says. “They filter more blue light from the sun and other sources than standard polycarbonate lenses and can be added to any frames with or without a prescription. For those who wear glasses every day, our standard lens options are treated with anti-reflective, scratch-resistant coatings, and come standard with impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses that block 100% of UVA and UVB rays.”

Tips for the At-home, Try-on Process

“At Warby Parker, we usually recommend starting with the quiz to get a sense of what frame shape, fit, and colors work best for you,” Nemser says. “Once you receive the glasses, you have five days to try them on for size. We recommend wearing each pair for an hour or so to get a feel for the fit. Sharing photos or consulting a friend (or even our Customer Experience team) is encouraged when making a style decision.”

What to Do if Your Eyeglasses Need an Adjustment

“All Warby Parker stores offer free adjustments by trained opticians onsite to ensure your glasses or sunglasses are the perfect fit,” Nemser says. “If there’s not a retail location nearby, we’ll reimburse you the cost of one adjustment (up to $ 50) within 30 days of purchase.”

Oslo by ROKA

ROKA is ideal for guys who want a pair of specs that can keep up with active pursuits—be it boxing, cycling, or CrossFit. The brand uses a patented elastomer along the temple and nose pads that mimics the stickiness of a gecko’s feet, providing a no-slip grip no matter how sweaty you get. This round silhouette will flatter most, but it’s especially great for people with angular features—i.e. a diamond or square face shape. 

[$ 195; roka.com]

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Felix by Warby Parker

Warby Parker is your best bet for a variety of styles, colors, and materials. And as we highlighted above, pretty much guarantees you’ll love your frames what with their online quiz, at-home try-on process, and 30-day return policy. The Felix frame falls between a round and square style, so it’s a stellar match for most face shapes. The acetate comes in classic and trending colors—like Pacific Crystal shown here—and is brand new for fall 2019. 

[Starting at $ 95; warbyparker.com]

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Burberry frame via LensCrafters

Shop LensCrafters for frames from designers you know and love. The selection isn’t huge, but the upside to that is it isn’t overwhelming. The site is user-friendly, with an index of information on each style, like the frame size, material, shape, and what face shape they’ll look best on. This rectangular Burberry BE2298 frame is an excellent choice to offset round or oval faces. 

[from $ 240; lenscrafters.com]

 

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Yucca Aviator Glasses by Zenni Optical

Zenni Optical is a one-stop shop for the guy who wants it all. Need a frame with lenses that block UV and blue light, or a clip-on pair that has a detachable sunshade? You’ll find it all here. You can also shop for kids’ frames, and the site has an exhaustive amount of information on everything from ordering glasses online to workspace progressives. Heart-shaped faces do well with aviator styles; the shape balances out a wider forehead.

[from $ 29.95; zennioptical.com]

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Zenith by Ambr Eyewear

If you’re in the market for blue-light blocking glasses, select a style from Ambr Eyewear. Most brands’ options have orange-tinted lenses that can alter your color perception, but these look like typical eyeglasses (whether you’re wearing them or someone’s admiring from afar). The rounded shape of these Zenith frames will soften the angular features of a square face.

[from $ 62; ambreyewear.com]

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Gigi Hadid allowed a woman who jumped on the runway at Chanel’s spring 2020 show to have her fun for a few seconds … but then she stepped up and booted her ass out. The woman — who’s been ID’d as a YouTube comedian known as Marie S’Infiltre –…

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Cardi B Wears Purple Latex During Paris Fashion Week

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L’Oréal Paris Hosts Third Fashion Show

L’Oréal Paris’ third fashion show, held Saturday evening at the majestic Paris Mint, began with a drumroll. Six-hundred guests, with Naomi Campbell, Olga Kurylenko and Louise Bourgoin sitting in the front row, waited for 32 of the brand’s ambassadors to make their entrances on the circular stage.
Helen Mirren, Andie MacDowell and Eva Longoria were among the star-studded cast taking part in the show, which was set to original music performed live by a 40-piece orchestra. But before that began, the women shared with WWD their thoughts on sustainability.
Mirren, walking for L’Oréal Paris for the second time, was scared of tripping over her dress, as was Amber Heard, a first-timer. “I’m terrified of falling down,” revealed Mirren, whose recent projects include HBO’s “Catherine the Great” and “The Good Liar.” “I’m wearing this gorgeous Giambattista Valli dress. It’s very, very floaty — lots of stuff to get tangled in and fall over.”
Mirren drew parallels between runway and stage work. “It is theater,” she said. “I’m a theater girl. I want to be on stage.”
Mirren loves the backstage fashion-show experience. “It’s all chaos, and yet somehow they make sense of it, and then you line up and they go ‘OK, go,’” she said.

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The Celebrity Fashion Looks That Went Viral in 2019 — So Far

Celebrity red-carpet looks are making headlines more than ever.
This year, many of today’s buzziest celebrities have used their red-carpet appearances to showcase high fashion looks, creating viral moments that have stuck in the cultural lexicon.
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Vintage looks — ones by Thierry Mugler, to be specific — made a comeback on the likes of Cardi B and Kim Kardashian, while other celebrities such as Elizabeth Hurley and Jennifer Lopez celebrated their own iconic Versace dresses of the Nineties and early Aughts with reimagined versions.
From Timothée Chalamet’s glam satin silver suit to Katie Holmes’ cashmere cardigan with matching bra, here are the celebrity fashion looks that went viral in 2019, so far.
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Possibly her most dramatic red-carpet dress to date, Cardi B surprised everyone at the 2019 Grammy Awards in a vintage Thierry Mugler Venus sheath dress from 1995.
The fashion look was months in the making, starting in September 2018 when Cardi B’s stylist, Kollin Carter, direct-messaged the Mugler brand on Instagram. Carter and Cardi B were soon after invited to Mugler creative director Casey Cadwallader’s debut runway

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Fashion 4 Development Honors Carla Sozzani, Stages Alaïa Fashion Show, Calls for Change

Courageous fashion, sustainability, crafstmanship, models’ rights, diversity — Tuesday’s Fashion 4 Development First Ladies luncheon was laden with calls to action.
Never mind, there were two runway shows — a tribute to Azzedine Alaïa and another dedicated to Haitian fashion that opened with remarks from Haiti’s first lady Martine Moïse. The main event was F4D’s awards with a long list of honorees including Carla Sozzani accepting the F4D award on behalf of the Alaïa Foundation and Abrima Erwiah picking up the Franca Sozzani award on behalf of her business partner Rosario Dawson.
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Tmall Brings Chinese Fashion to MFW

The appeal of Chinese consumers is causing international fashion companies to increasingly explore the market, but Chinese fashion has been less in the spotlight.
Alibaba Group’s Tmall, China’s premiere business-to-consumer platform for brands and retailers, has brought two labels from the country to Milan Fashion Week, aiming to expand their and the country’s international visibility in fashion.
Part of the “Tmall China Cool” roving initiative which touched down in New York earlier this month during NYFW: The Shows and will hit Paris next week, the showcase displayed the spring collections of Shushu/Tong and Yirantian.
“The reason why we wanted to do the Tmall China project is that there’s so much young creativity coming out of China and actually these designers have studied in Europe and have worked for other European brands,” explained Christina Fontana, director for fashion and luxury Europe at Alibaba Group, ahead of the show. “They bring that knowledge back to China, mixing it with their culture and capabilities to really build something new.”
Shanghai-based Shushu/Tong was established in 2015 by design duo Liushu Lei and Yutong Jiang, both graduates of the London College of Fashion. After cutting their teeth at Simone Rocha and Gareth Pugh, respectively, they launched their own brand,

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Etro to Take Over Milan’s Bice Restaurant During Fashion Week

CHEZ ETRO: The Etro family knows the art of hospitality.
For the upcoming Milan Fashion Week, the Italian label is partnering with Bice, one of the city’s historical restaurants, setting up the location on Via Borgospesso with flamboyantly decorated items from the brand’s home and textile collection, as well as with pieces from the family’s private collection.
The Etro takeover will run Sept. 16 to 22.
Marking the collaboration, Etro will provide tablecloths decorated with two of its signature prints. They include a cotton fabric featuring the 1981 design called Jais, which is splashed with the paisley motif punctuated by roses and a multicolor, patchwork-style linen cloth dubbed Spring from the 1993 collection. The latter matches checkered patterns with paisley and delicate floral motifs.
Additionally, the Etro family will lend pieces from its private art and furnishing collections, including silver and glass vases, centerpieces and paintings dating back to the 19th century conveying a chic atmosphere.
“Etro is [like] Milan: industrious, reserved, to be discovered and a lover of quality. These are values that our family has always shared with Bice, which for us is like home. A special house that, if possible, we wanted to make even more intimate and welcoming,” said Jacopo Etro,

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The Protesters Are Coming: Extinction Rebellion Wants to Shut Down London Fashion Week 

LONDON — First it was the antifur protesters, with their megaphones, intimidation of show guests and stuffed animals smeared with fake blood. But that’s nothing compared to what Extinction Rebellion or XR, the climate change activists, might have in store for London Fashion Week, which runs from Sept. 13 to 17.
The group has received big-ticket donations — directly and indirectly — from the likes of Aileen Getty, Joe Corré, Lush Cosmetics and the band Radiohead. A few of the activists have even appeared in Stella McCartney’s latest ad campaign, but they’ve still vowed to shut down London Fashion Week to raise awareness about the environmental costs of the industry — and urge the British Fashion Council to set up a summit to address these issues.
They are peaceful, but they don’t do things half-heartedly: In April, XR occupied Oxford Circus, blocking movement and footfall on some of London’s busiest streets. The business lobby New West End Company said retailers and businesses in the area lost an estimated 12 million pounds in two days due to the protests.
That same month, they also made headlines climbing onto a train at Canary Wharf station, while others chained themselves to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s house, despite

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Orion Rolls Out 13 New Men’s Fetish Fashion Styles

Orion has added 13 new styles to it Nek fetishwear collection for men.
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Jenelle Evans and David Eason Pushing Cosmetics at New York Fashion Week

Jenelle Evans and David Eason are walking away from the cameras, so they say, while she pushes her new cosmetics line. Jenelle and David hit up the Elf Sacks clothing fashion show Saturday at New York Fashion Week and even scored front row seats.…

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Kendall Jenner Dines in NYC as She Sits Out New York Fashion Week

Kendall Jenner was a blaze of color as she chowed down during New York Fashion Week. We got pics of Kendall Friday night leaving Mr. Chow restaurant in the Big Apple and beelining it back to the Hotel Edison for Kaia Gerber’s 18th birthday bash.…

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How to Watch Tommy Hilfiger and Zendaya’s Fall 2019 Fashion Show

Zendaya and Tommy Hilfiger are at it again. 
After presenting a spring line together in Paris in March, the designer and actress have teamed for a new fall Tommy x Zendaya collection they’ll show during New York Fashion Week. 
The TommyNow show is scheduled to kick off at 8:30 p.m. ET Sunday in Harlem at the Apollo Theater — but don’t worry if you don’t have a ticket. When it’s showtime, check back here to catch a live-stream of the event in the player below. 

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Street Style at New York Fashion Week Spring 2020

At New York Fashion Week, the street style can be just as intriguing as the looks on the runway.
Cooler September temperatures have made the street style set forgo their traditional summer wear for more layers, including printed suits and matching sets worn in both neutrals and colorful prints. The monochromatic look is also proving to be a favorite, with showgoers gravitating toward greens, purples and pinks.
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Some have already begun tapping into Pantone’s spring 2020 color palette, with a few sporting the forecaster’s top ranking hue: Flame Scarlet.

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Others are putting more emphasis on their accessories, like one attendee who complemented her look with Christian Louboutin Measuring Tape Sandals and another who wore Gucci’s New York Yankees baseball cap.

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Click through the above gallery to see more New York Fashion Week spring 2020 street style photos, updated each day.  
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The Biggest Fashion News Stories of 2019 — So Far

The death of a major fashion designer, a celebrity fashion line and the changing of the guard at the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
These are just some of the biggest fashion news stories that have made headlines this year. The year began with the sad news of legendary Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld passing away at the age of 85, then transitioned to a packed summer of news that ended with luxury retailer Barneys New York filing for bankruptcy.
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From the many changes at Calvin Klein, Marchesa and the Council of Fashion Designers of America to Rihanna’s Fenty fashion label, here are the biggest fashion news stories of 2019, so far.
Karl Lagerfeld Dies at 85, February 2019

The fashion world was in mourning upon the news that Chanel fashion designer, Karl Lagerfeld, died at the age of 85 on Feb. 19. Rumors of the designer falling ill began increasing after he was absent from Chanel’s spring 2019 couture show a few weeks prior.
Lagerfeld’s model muses, celebrities and other fashion designers took to social media to share their memories of the designer upon his death, including Kim Kardashian, Rihanna, Claudia Schiffer, Cindy Crawford

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Karl Lagerfeld’s Chanel Fashion Show Celebrated in Rizzoli Book

Karl Lagerfeld’s most fantastical Chanel fashion show sets are the subject of the upcoming Rizzoli book “Lagerfeld: The Chanel Shows.”
A collection of images by English photographer Simon Procter, the book documents many of the late Chanel designer’s runways from the last 10 years, including his very last collection for the fall 2019 ready-to-wear season — shown at the Grand Palais, designed to resemble a snowy Alpine ski resort — two weeks after his death.

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As Lagerfeld once stated, his set design ideas would come to him in his sleep. Procter’s images reflect the grandeur of these sets, including when the Grand Palais was transformed into a tropical beach, a 100-foot-high waterfall and a rocket ship, to name a few.
Procter also gives a behind-the-scenes look at many of Lagerfeld’s shows, documenting intimate moments between the designer and his model muses.
“I was lucky enough to meet him many times over the years; it was always a delight and we always did great work,” Procter writes in the book’s preface. “The two things I remember most were that he always personally greeted everyone in the room. The other, that he was very, very funny. Many times whoever was

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NYFW’s ‘China Day’ Season 4 Pays Tribute to Chinese Fashion

China Day is a big deal for the Chinese fashion industry. Now in its fourth season, the event is held during New York Fashion Week with past themes that included “China Cool” and “Youth Made China,” among others.
The upcoming theme is “70/40” and is meant to showcase the history of China’s fashion industry, in stride with the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China, through collections from the three chosen brands.
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New this year, China Day, (which is held in part by Chinese entertainment company, Suntchi, with support from official fashion partner and China’s largest furniture and design company, Red Point Macalline Group), will capture new categories. Both women’s businesswear and children’s sportswear will make debuts at NYFW.
While the fashion show is anchored in tribute to the country, it also spotlights the ever-changing consumer values of one of the hungriest fashion consumer groups.
This new generation of values are spotlighted by this season’s participating brands, which include independent designer label Xu Zhi; China’s leading children’s sportswear company, official partner of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympics Winter Games and collaborator of luxury retailer Opening Ceremony, Anta Kids, and Chinese women’s wear

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EXCLUSIVE: LVMH to Establish Karl Lagerfeld Fashion Prize

His legendary fashion career was ignited by an award. In his twilight years, he acted as a judge for the LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers, leaving most contenders starstruck.
And now he will be immortalized with a fashion prize in his name. LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton confirmed exclusively to WWD that its Special Prize will henceforth 
be named the Karl Lagerfeld Prize.
The first one is to be presented during the sixth edition of the contest on Sept. 4 at the Fondation Louis Vuitton.
“Karl Lagerfeld, creative director of the house of Fendi since 1965, 
was involved in the prize since its launch,” said Delphine Arnault, the force behind the high-profile design competition. “He was fully committed to it since Day One, 
transporting us with his enthusiasm and his energy, sharing with everyone, whether other jury members or candidates, his culture and his passion for fashion. We shall always cherish those precious moments.”
A key talent scout at the French luxury conglomerate and the number-two executive at its flagship Louis Vuitton brand, Arnault added that the Karl Lagerfeld Prize “naturally perpetuates the closeness we developed 
over the years and is a tribute to the man’s unique creative genius, to his ability to

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Our 2019 Fall Fashion Preview, Starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is joking—or maybe not—when he says that the title of his breakout movie should be Aquaman: I Watched It on a Plane. Evidently that’s what some people tell him upon learning that he played the villain Black Manta opposite Jason Momoa’s marine superhero. It made $ 1 billion, so folks saw it in theaters, too.

Haven’t flown much lately? Then maybe you recognize Abdul-Mateen II from his first role, playing Cadillac on Baz Luhrmann’s The Get Down, a Netflix series about the rise of hip-hop in the 1970s. You might also know him as Karl, the lead in the latest season of Black Mirror. Little kids who saw Abdul-Mateen II in The Greatest Showman opposite Hugh Jackman joyfully tackle him. Still not ringing any bells? Just wait for his starring role in an adaptation of DC Comics’ Watchmen on HBO, opposite Regina King, out in October.

 

 

In fairness, Google can’t quite place him, either. The search engine says he’s an architect. Here’s what happened: The now 33-year-old was an undergrad at U.C. Berkeley, studying architecture, the fulfillment of a childhood dream to be in construction like his father. (Rejected career choices, circa age 5, include: basketball player, boxer, race car—as in an actual automobile.) He needed an elective, and a teammate from track recommended he take acting. “At the end of the semester,” he says, “the teacher told me, ‘You know, you’re pretty good. You should take some more classes,’” He did.

So the man can act. And he wears the hell out of some retro-inspired clothes. They reflect his own just-over-the-top style. “In college, before a party,” he says, “I’d ask my roommates, ‘How does this look?’ They’d say, ‘Stupid.’ I’d say, ‘Good.’”


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Abdul-Mateen II wears two silver rings, one encircled by fleurs-de-lis, the symbol of New Orleans. He grew up there, before his family moved to the Bay Area.

He has with him two duffels. Those, and photos of his mother and late father, constitute the bulk of his immediate possessions. Abdul-Mateen II is a nomad, living on location or crashing among five older siblings.

Abdul-Mateen II’s family, and a few close friends, help him navigate his career. “I have to be careful,” he says. “Right now there are plenty of opportunities to say yes. I can get offered a role I should turn down, but think, ‘I can make that into something.’” He’s choosy about who he works with, like Jordan Peele, his director in Us and producer of Candyman, which Abdul-Mateen II is set to star in next year. Also indie filmmaker Zeresenay Mehari, who directed him and Dakota Fanning in the upcoming Sweetness in the Belly.

And Abdul-Mateen II is also writing a ton. It started on the set of Aquaman. He was scheduled to shoot at the very start of production and at the tail end. The middle three months was a slog of lifting weights just to stay in bad-guy shape. During lonely hours at the gym, he started dreaming up stories. “I lay out a blueprint,” he says, “with pictures on a board, lines connecting them, taking advantage of the fact that I think three-dimensionally.” He’s an architect, after all.


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It’s clear the star of HBO’s Watchmen is caught between up-and-coming and here-and-now. As for his style—that, you’ll see, is timeless. Here’s our 2019 fall fashion preview featuring Abdul-Mateen II; check the credits to get the looks for yourself.

Get the Look (shown above): Canali Unlined Double-breasted Coat ($ 3,650, canali.com); MSGM Turtleneck ($ 410, msgm.it); Tommy Hilfiger Icon Trucker Jacket ($ 169, usa .tommy.com); Levi’s Made & Crafted LMC 511 Jean ($ 148, levi.com)

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Get the look: Todd Snyder + Champion Satin Coach’s Jacket ($ 498, toddsnyder.com); Scotch & Soda Mixed Print Shirt ($ 88, select Scotch & Soda stores); Fendi Gray Knit Turtleneck ($ 750, fendi.com); Girard-Perregaux Laureato Absolute WW.TC Watch ($ 13,300, wempe.com); 3.1 Phillip Lim Classic Track Pants ($ 350, eastdane.com).

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Get the look: Louis Vuitton Double Layer Jacket ($ 4,390), Staples Edition Inside Out T-Shirt ($ 600), and Slim Pants ($ 1,060, select Louis Vuitton boutiques); Florsheim Palermo Plain Toe Gore Boot ($ 195, florsheim.com)

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Get the look: Ermenegildo Zegna XXX Cashmere and Wool Suit ($ 6,795, select Ermenegildo Zegna boutiques); PINK Shirtmaker Poplin Double Cuff Slim Shirt ($ 210, pinkshirt maker.com); TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 16 DD ($ 4,900, tagheuer.com)

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Get the look: Fendi Red Chain Cashmere Knit Sweater ($ 2,690, fendi.com); Dolce & Gabbana White Tank Top ($ 215, dolce gabbana.com); MSGM Pants ($ 445, msgm.it); Converse Chuck 70 High Top ($ 80, converse.com).

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Triple Five Group Hires Second Executive From Neiman Marcus’ Fashion Ranks

Triple Five Group, the developer, owner and manager of West Edmonton Mall, the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., and the upcoming American Dream in East Rutherford, N.J., on Monday said it has hired Ty LaRoche, former fashion market editor responsible for women’s ready-to-wear of Neiman Marcus, as creative director of fashion and design.
La Roche will work alongside Ken Downing, Neiman’s former senior vice president and fashion director, who in March became Triple Five Group’s first chief creative officer, at American Dream, where the entertainment portion of the project is expected to open Oct. 23, with retail bowing later.
Is Triple Five raiding the ranks of Neiman Marcus? “No, Triple Five is not at all raiding Neiman’s,” Downing said. “The skill set and talent that the fashion industry brings is one that will really benefit us, not only for American Dream, but existing properties and ones we’ll be developing in the future.”
LaRoche’s responsibilities included setting seasonal trend and style direction, and communicating it to merchant, creative, visual, advertising, public relations and marketing teams; attending major fashion markets and trade fairs, domestically and internationally, and conveying seasonal fashion stories to clients via store fashion presentations.
“Ty understands the history of fashion and has a

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How Jeffrey Epstein Is Linked to Fashion, Media and President Trump

As friends, acquaintances and former business associates — including President Trump, who was once all three, and former President Clinton — rush to distance themselves from Jeffrey Epstein, who died in an apparent suicide on Aug. 10, more and more links between the fashion and media worlds and the convicted sex offender and disgraced billionaire keep coming to light, no doubt causing numerous public figures to brace themselves for potentially embarrassing disclosures along the lines of “Epstein was once seen with [Fill in the Blank].”
According to court documents released by the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York, Epstein, who was arrested on July 6, was charged with one count of sex trafficking of minors and one count of conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking of minors between 2002 and 2005 in New York and Florida. If convicted, he would have faced a maximum prison sentence of 45 years.
While information on Epstein’s business ventures and earnings are scant so far, the money manager and former Wall Street trader had many dealings within the fashion and media spaces, notably with Victoria’s Secret owner Leslie H. Wexner. Epstein managed Wexner’s finances for more than two decades, along with those

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Love Lorn Makes Sex Expo Debut With BDSM-Inspired Fashion

Love Lorn Lingerie will be making its Sex Expo New York debut this year and showcasing its collection of BDSM-inspired fetish attire for men and women.
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The Biggest Fashion and Beauty Brand Controversies of 2019 — So Far

So far, 2019 has had no shortage of brand controversies in the fashion and beauty worlds.
The year started off with a number of gaffes from some of the biggest luxury fashion houses, in many cases resulting in public outcry, public apologies and, sometimes, changes in company policy. Some of the most notable fashion controversies of 2019 were Gucci’s infamous “blackface” balaclava and Burberry’s noose sweater. Kim Kardashian also came under fire for cultural appropriation when she revealed the name her first fashion line, a shapewear collection called Kimono.
From the backlash against Related Cos. chairman Stephen Ross and his many companies to Jaclyn Hill’s beauty brand recall, here is a breakdown of all the fashion and beauty brand controversies of 2019, so far.
Gucci accused of cultural appropriation, twice — February and May 2019

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Gucci came under fire for cultural appropriation not once, but twice in 2019. The first incident was in February when the designer house released a balaclava-style sweater in its fall 2018 ready-to-wear collection and on its web site, which many claimed resembled blackface.
The backlash was immediate on social media, including by Gucci collaborator Dapper Dan, who took to his Twitter account to express his disappointment

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The Future of Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Is Still Unclear

The future of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is still up in the air. But some people — even some former Angels — don’t seem to care. 
In fact, when asked about the show by a fan on “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen,” model and actress Kate Upton, who is also a former Victoria’s Secret catalogue model, likened the whole affair to a “snooze fest.” 
“We’re sick of seeing the same body type,” Upton said. “You have to be body inclusive now. Every woman needs to be represented.” 
Upton doesn’t seem to be the only one bored by the Fashion Show. Viewership of the annual extravaganza — once considered one of the most sought-after events in the industry — has consistently fallen in recent years. 

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It didn’t help when Ed Razek, former chief marketing officer of L Brands, parent company to Victoria’s Secret, told Vogue magazine during last fall’s show in New York that “no one had any interest,” in seeing transgender or plus-size models in the fashion show. “Because the show is a fantasy.” 
Razek’s comments quickly caused a fury online. (He later apologized by way of social media.) 
But the damage was down. In an era of MeToo and body positivity,

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First Nations Fashion Incubator to Launch in Australia

SYDNEY — Australia’s Indigenous fashion sector is percolating and Grace Lillian Lee wants to help take it to the next level.
On Wednesday evening, the Cairns-based Indigenous artist, designer and event producer will present a multibrand Indigenous runway show called “From Country to Couture” to open the 13th annual Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair at the Darwin Convention Centre, in the Northern Territory, before formally launching her First Nations Fashion and Design talent incubator on Friday via an industry booth at the event proper.
The fair, Australia’s largest indigenous art event, which generated a record 2.8 million Australian dollars in art sales in 2018 and 10.5 million Australian dollars over the past five years, will run from Aug. 9 to 11 and showcase the work of more than 2,000 artists from more than 70 art centers across the country.
Supported by an Arts Queensland grant, Melbourne’s RMIT University and the University of Technology Sydney, “First Nations Fashion and Design” aims to provide a national mentorship platform and business development advice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and designers, most of whom live remotely.
The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair and Lee, an RMIT fashion graduate, are picking up where the short-lived Australian Indigenous Fashion Week

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MedMen Taps Fashion Veterans for Key Hires

The great migration from fashion to cannabis continues.
MedMen, the multibillion-dollar cannabis retailer — with operations across the U.S. and flagships in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New York — has tapped three fashion veterans for key hires.
Esther Song, most recently at Tory Burch, will be senior vice president of marketing and communications with oversight of creative, marketing (retail, digital, product, brand), communications and partnerships. Christian Langbein, most recently at Prada, will be vice president of communications with oversight of corporate communications, consumer communications, events and VIP/influencer engagement. And Sandey Kang, formerly at CAA, will be vice president of brand marketing with oversight of MedMen brand marketing and operations.
Song brings 15-plus years of experience in public relations, working to generate visibility in media and consumer relationships through talent partnerships and influencer content for clients including Tod’s, and BPCM, where she managed accounts such as Lanvin, Celine and Rimowa. Most recently, Song was vice president of VIP public relations and partnerships at Tory Burch.
Langbein relocated to Los Angeles from New York where, with experience from Barneys New York, HL Group and Giorgio Armani, he had been leading communications and marketing for Prada’s North American business for six years.
For 16 years, Kang has

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New Balance Commits to RE100 and U.N. Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

New Balance is the latest big brand to support the United Nations’ Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action as well as RE100, a global corporate initiative dedicated to renewable electricity.
In joining the U.N.’s effort, the Boston-based company increases the tally to 48 firms. PVH Corp., Puma AG, Schoeller Textil AG, Kering, Burberry Group, Gap Inc., Target Corp. and Hugo Boss AG are among the other corporations that have signed on. Numerous organizations such as the Outdoor Industry Association, the Sustainable Fashion Academy, World Wildlife Fund and the International Finance Corp. have also joined the initiative.
Participants aim to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. As a supporter, New Balance has committed to a 30 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The company is prioritizing materials with low climate impact, eliminating new coal from tier one and tier two supply chains, supporting more circular business models and engaging consumers to increase awareness about environmental hazards and change behavior.
In unveiling its two climate change-fighting commitments, New Balance noted it has generated more than one million kilowatt hours in solar energy at its footwear manufacturing facility in Flimby, England. One competitor, Nike Inc., has also committed to the U.N. Fashion Industry Charter for

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All the Celebrity Fashion at San Diego Comic-Con

Cosplayers may go all-out with their Comic-Con looks, but celebrities brought their fashion A-games to this year’s convention.
The annual event brings together a host of actors to give fans an inside look at their favorite TV shows and movies. This year in particular, Marvel Studios’ massive phase four announcement — where 11 projects were unveiled — made the convention arguably the most jam-packed with celebrities.
At the San Diego Convention Center’s famed Hall H, Marvel Studios revealed the latest installment of its “Thor” franchise, with Chris Hemsworth, dressed in an Etro suit, and Tessa Thompson, dressed in Gucci, revealing the upcoming film, “Thor: Love and Thunder,” to be released in 2021. Reprising her role as Dr. Jane Foster, Natalie Portman, dressed in Dior, threw fans into a frenzy when it was revealed she would be playing female Thor in the new film.

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Vogue Talents to Celebrate 10th Anniversary With Exhibition at Milan Fashion Week

TALENTS ON SHOW: To mark its 10th anniversary, Vogue Talents, Vogue Italia’s fashion talent scouting project, will be celebrated during the upcoming Milan Fashion Week with an exhibition at Brera’s Palazzo Cusani, running Sept. 20 and 21.
The exhibit will include the creations of 70 designers who in the past 10 years were involved in the program, which was founded in 2009 by the magazine’s late editor in chief Franca Sozzani and Sara Sozzani Maino, currently head of Vogue Talents and Vogue Italia deputy editor for special fashion projects.
“Vogue Talents was created to support the new generation of creatives at a time when few people believed in talent,” Sozzani Maino said. “It’s borderless and barrier-free, and it searches the world, because there’s talent everywhere. Our mission going forward is to act responsibly and set an example that the world needs to change.”
The list of designers scouted by the team of Vogue Talents includes names such as Jonathan Anderson, Aquazzura, Giannico, Paula Cademartori, Arthur Arbesser, Simone Rocha and Bethany Williams.
In keeping with the 10th anniversary celebrations, some of the aforementioned designers will explain the role that Vogue Talents had in the development of their careers with short movies which will be posted

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Elaine Welteroth Launches Fashion Collaborations for Book

On the heels of the release of her best-selling memoir “More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are,” Elaine Welteroth has partnered with two brands for merch tied to the book.
Welteroth, the former Teen Vogue editor in chief and current “Project Runway” judge, has collaborated with socially, politically minded sweater brand Lingua Franca on a cashmere sweater that is embroidered with the name of her book, “More Than Enough.” In addition, she has partnered with ByChari for a necklace reading “More Than Enough.”
“Collaborating with both Chari [Cuthbert of ByChari] and Rachelle [Hruska of Lingua Franca] — two talented female entrepreneurs I admire — was a chance to celebrate the power of what this book is all about: women coming together,” Welteroth says. “Before I even put pen to paper on my book, I thought of it as a conversation starter and a tool for community building among women. So, I approached these collaborations in the same way. Both pieces we created incorporate the book title ‘More Than Enough’ because that is the sentiment I wanted readers to walk away feeling. My hope is that these pieces will serve as a reminder to ourselves and each other that no matter

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Giorgio Armani to Head Fashion Film Festival Milano’s Jury

MILAN — Changes are brewing at the Fashion Film Festival Milano — and one significant step is that Giorgio Armani will be the president of the jury for the sixth edition of the cultural event. Also, for the first time, the festival won’t take place during Milan Fashion Week but is scheduled Nov. 6 to 10 at the Anteo Palazzo Del Cinema theater in the heart of city’s Brera district.
“Giorgio Armani immediately accepted our invitation with great enthusiasm. He was definitely the first to create a strong link between fashion and cinema and he is also so representative of the city of Milan that we thought he would have been the perfect godfather of the festival’s new format,” said Fashion Film Festival Milano founder Constanza Cavalli Etro, who decided to disassociate the festival from the fashion week schedule to bring more attention to the event.
The festival, organized with the patronage of Milan’s Municipality, will award 17 winners competing in two different categories: Established Talent and New Talent. Headed by Armani, the jury will include photographer Cass Bird; Osklen’s founder Oskar Metsavaht; model and human right activist Waris Dirie; Self Service editor in chief Ezra Petronio; actress Cristiana Capotondi; Pirelli HangarBicocca artistic director

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Celine Dion’s High Fashion Moments at Couture Week

Celine Dion knows how to dress for couture week.
The iconic singer has left her mark on couture week season after season, wearing standout, oftentimes couture looks that rival those seen on the actual runway. This year is no different with Dion looking to designer brands like Chanel, Off-White, Schiaparelli and more to leave her high fashion mark.
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Dion started off the week of high fashion moments before the couture calendar began, dressed in a Chanel bodysuit complete with logo chain belt from the brand’s spring 2019 collection. Straight from Virgil Abloh’s recent Off-White men’s spring 2020 show, Dion was seen walking around Paris on Saturday in the collection’s closing look: an oversize blazer and matching bodysuit featuring artwork by Futura. Dion has been working with stylist Sydney Lopez to put together the looks.
On Monday, Dion attended Iris van Herpen’s couture show in a

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NBA’s Kelly Oubre Jr. Goes Shawls to the Wall at Paris Fashion Week

Phoenix Suns baller Kelly Oubre Jr. traded his jersey for some oversized white robes on Sunday … and it was all in the name of FASHION!!! The 6’7″ hooper was front and center at the Pigalle Paris Spring/Summer show at Paris Men’s Fashion Week … as…

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Fourth of July Fashion: A Subtler Salute to America

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Robert Geller To Launch a Contemporary Line Called Gustav von Aschenbach at New York Fashion Week: Men’s

Geller’s main line will not be shown to press during New York Fashion Week: Men’s. Instead, it will be revealed during the delivery window, under a see-now, buy-now activation. 

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Molly Goddard Puts on ‘Fashion in Motion’ Show at the V&A

MOLLY’S WORLD: British designer Molly Goddard staged a show at the V&A’s newly opened Sainsbury Gallery — and took the opportunity to introduce pieces from her first pre-collection — as part of the museum’s ongoing Fashion in Motion series.
The range was more wearable than her fantastical main line, with its outsized proportions and sweeps of tulle. They also featured more pattern, from floral prints to tartan ones.
Goddard said the pre-collection was also inspired “by all the bit I love from the V&A’s collection, from embroidery to 17th-century underwear and a section on punk.”
It was the first show that Goddard hosted outside the official fashion week calendar. The Fashion in Motion series is for members of the public and the lines to enter Goddard’s show wound all the way around the museum.
“We made a lot of effort to make the show really special — it’s the biggest one we’ve ever done. It’s great not to have the pressure to produce things that are on-trend or seasonal,” said the designer, adding that she and her sister Alice had fun picking our their favorite designs.
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At What Price Luxury? On the Hunt for Fast, Fake Fashion in Tbilisi, Georgia

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It’s a gray day in Tbilisi, Georgia, where I am outside of a Dunkin’ Donuts with photographer Tamuna Karumidze and musician Natalie “Tusia” Beridze. Though the air is thick with fog and we are still waking up, there is a shared flicker of excitement to the proceedings: We’re going to Lilo Plaza, a bazaar located on the outskirts of the city. The outdoor shopping center is the ultimate destination for all-things-knockoff, as well as a still-standing symbol of the pursuit of logo-ed luxury goods that saturated the post–Soviet Union in the early ’90s, when the free market filtered in and the ex-USSR was flooded with imported counterfeit designer garb from countries like Turkey and China. It’s the same intoxicated vision of throwback consumerism that runs rampant through today’s red-hot collections from the likes of Gosha Rubchinskiy and Demna Gvasalia of Vetements (and now Balenciaga), who are from Russia and Georgia, respectively, and who are prone to riffing on the ubiquitous logos or the ill-fitting awkwardness of bin-plucked pieces from the era. And just outside of Tbilisi, the bazaar’s little frigid shanties are still stocked with the same fake merchandise and inexpensively crafted paraphernalia of the early ’90s that, in a chic and shinier form, are now dotting runways. It’s the mecca of cheap and tongue in cheek—and we’re ready to make the pilgrimage. We hail a cab, and 20 minutes later we’re there.

Upon approach, it’s clear that Lilo Plaza’s massive marketplace is actually a mass of sheet-metal lean-tos, intersected by weaving dirt paths filled with furry-browed Azeri men in puffer jackets who chew on wet cigarettes, the piled-up sacks of recent shipments, and elderly women who tug along heavy carts of coffee and call out “khachapuri,” the name of the cheesy baked bread that’s a local delicacy. We enter the first section of stalls, where Enya is playing from a booth filled with only radios, to find a mix of household supplies and women’s accessories: Belts and lamps hang near bedsheets, shower nozzles, briefcases, a box of red slippers that say “sport,” and pocket knives. The three of us are giddy in this near-claustrophobic mass barrage of stuff: There’s a wave of BOGO impulse, and I suddenly want to snap up a sink spout and light switch, just because they’re there and they’re so cheap. But off we go: We peer into a hutch selling only wallets slathered in rhinestones or in shiny, printed snakeskin that is already shedding; around the corner is a booth that contains only corded house phones and digital clocks, where the only indicator that we are in 2015 is a LED sign that reads “Internet.” Further down, we reach an area filled with bloated stuffed animals dyed in saccharine shades of baby pink and lilac. Tusia looks at the toys and mentions she may want to buy a pair of tights for her 2-year-old daughter. We’re off to the clothing section.

The apparel area is the cheerful pinnacle of bad taste: A strung-out logomania haven where children-size dolls are dressed in sequined mini  “Chanel” tracksuits and hung by their hair from the ceiling and headless mannequins adorn the entrance nearby in sweatshirts by “Tommy Hilfiger” and “Nike.” The quality of the pieces is about what you’d expect for the price range, which means they feel like they might fall apart if exposed to the elements, and their design seems to be inspired less by any actual high fashion or runway references and more a rough approximation of luxury, where everything expensive is shiny, sparkly, or covered in (faux) fur. In the name of investigative reporting, I buy a pure white mock-neck sweater emblazoned with a black “Chanel” logo in the middle of the chest for 40 lari, or a little more than 16 American dollars. Against my better judgment, and likely to the chagrin of the Chanel legal department, I’m slightly elated with this painfully fake purchase: I don’t feel bad about the counterfeit couture, because it seems so entirely obvious that no one would think for even half a second that this was real. It feels a little like an in-joke, but I’m not entirely sure at whose expense. The storekeeper tells me in Russian that it “fits super” and tries to sell me a shirt that is plastered with an illustration of a model in a leopard-print dress and the phrase “Miss Vog’ue.” I catch up with Tamuna, who is photographing Tusia in a boxy top emblazoned in the “Moschino” logo that’s not that far off from some of Jeremy Scott’s recent runway hits.

We stop for a cup of sugar-drizzled Turkish coffee and make our way over to the footwear section, where we poke and prod the floral-print platform boots whose rubber soles reek of chemicals and find some sneakers that have “Adidas” misspelled on their tongues. I strike a pose next to a rack of rubber children’s “Gucci” boots in my new “Chanel” shirt, one of many Westernized bullies who have made fun of the easy-access fakes here today. And then Tusia spots a pair of woven gray and black sneakers on the wall. “Oh, my God—Yeezys!” she screams in Georgian at the pair of imitation Yeezy Boost 350s. “I was looking online; they are like 600 dollars!” There are no more knockoff jokes. We head to an ATM and return with a stack of 80 laris, around 30 American dollars. Tusia slips the bootleg Yeezys onto her feet and smiles, and for a moment, they almost look real.

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Fashion Blogger’s Bizarre Beauty Secret: Sperm Facials (NSFW)

A skin care treatment being promoted by a British model-turned-fashion blogger is rubbing some experts the wrong way.

Her secret: A daily dose of semen smeared on her face.

Tracy Kiss, a former glamor model with two kids, was looking for ways to ease her rosacea, a condition that causes the face to redden, often producing pus-filled bumps, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Kiss may love sperm facials, but dermatologists are strongly against her bodily fluid beauty regimen.

Kiss came about the method after a beautician suggested an acid facial for her rosacea.

The 28-year-old decided to try more natural skincare methods instead.

“Semen builds babies, they come out very soft and have beautiful skin, and it leaves my skin nice and soft, so I’m very happy to use this as a facial,” she said, according to the Mirror. 

“It feels like a face pack that pulls the skin inwards, it feels so glossy to wipe it off. It’s like having a kind of oil on the face or a wax where it just glides beautifully against the water. It’s so cooling and soothing.”

Kiss isn’t the first person to sing the praises of sperm facials.

In 2013, when TMZ asked actress Heather Locklear for anti-aging secrets, she replied,

“You just put semen on your face.”

Former Cosmopolitan magazine editor, Helen Gurley Brown, also swore by the “semen facial” in her memoir, “I’m Wild Again.”

“Spread semen over your face,” she advised. “[It’s] probably full of protein as sperm can eventually become babies.”

Dr. Lynne Haven, a dermatologist in Greenwich, Connecticut, hopes the semen facial doesn’t catch on with others.

“I’ve never seen any evidence of benefits, and there are several areas of concern,” she told The Huffington Post. “Sexually transmitted diseases, like herpes, HIV and others could be transmitted, and there are many other better treatments for rosacea.”

San Diego-based dermatologist Dr. Fred Shahan is also dubious of sperm facials.

“Semen does have protein, but rosacea is related to hair follicles,” he told HuffPost. “I don’t see any basis for this working.”

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Kiss admits getting the semen needed for her daily dose can also be a sticking point.

That’s why she recommends a person invest “in a reliable male with a healthy diet and stamina to ensure a plentiful supply, perhaps a boyfriend, husband or, in my case, a health-conscious friend” before beginning the treatment.

She explains in more detail on her blog:

“Whoever you choose to provide a donation, it is important that you use the same caution you would around all bodily fluids, always ensure that they have had a sexual health check and are eating clean and nutritious food a few days before instead of smoking, drinking and binging on junk, or the quality will suffer.

“I would never condone using anonymous semen, and in no way encourage this to become a sexual act. I am simply looking at this from the angle of beauty. You have to strip away the shock-horror of the ingredients and any preconception of how it may feel, smell or look and base it solely on what it does.”

Although most of the dermatologists interviewed don’t believe Kiss’ sperm facial has much medical merit, she gets grudging support from at least one.

Dr. Tess Mauricio,southern California-based skin doctor, said semen does contain a protease — that’s what helps sperm break through eggs in order to conceive — so it may also have a chemical or enzymatic effect on human skin.

“It may make the skin feel softer and smoother, but the evidence is all anecdotal,” she told HuffPost. ”There are more cosmetically acceptable products that can achieve similar results.”

New York-based dermatologist Dr. Tabasum Mir concedes that some people may want to give themselves a natural facial, but said semen doesn’t really have enough bang to do the job.

“The amount of protein in seminal fluid is small. You’d be better off using egg whites,” she told HuffPost. “Plus, sperm has urea — which is basically pee — and testosterone, which causes breakouts.” 

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Maria Borges (and Her Gorgeous Natural Hair) Made History at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

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Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show: Highlights From Past Years

This year marks the 20th anniversary of itty bitty bras, full fur wings and a surplus of models. Here are some of the most memorable moments in Victoria’s Secret history.

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ModCloth Taps Lizz Wasserman as First Fashion Director

ModCloth, the retro-minded e-tailer that in January brought on Matt Kaness as chief executive officer, has just hired its first fashion director.
Lizz Wasserman, who is based in Los Angeles and will work out of ModCloth’s office there, will report to Kaness and co-founder and chief creative officer Susan Koger, who are both based in the brand’s San Francisco headquarters. Wasserman will create seasonal collections for ModCloth’s line of branded apparel, which was introduced in August.
Wasserman, who studied sociology at the University of Wisconsin, has spent time at brands like Free People and Urban Outfitters, and was most recently Global Creative Director at 20th Century Fox Film.
“Her expertise will be invaluable as we grow our namesake label into a true ‘collection’ of high-quality pieces that are joyous, whimsical and make you feel your best,” Koger said.
Wasserman said that she was drawn to ModCloth’s supportive community and its vintage DNA, and described her aesthetic as “simpler silhouettes in beautiful prints and easy fabrics, with standout pieces.”
In this newly created role, Wasserman will “have an immediate impact on our product narratives, visual concepts and overall brand storytelling,” said Kaness, who also spent time at Urban Outfitters (although the two did not work there

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Nick Knight to Receive British Fashion Award

KNIGHT’S SHINING ACCOLADE: The British Fashion Council will honor Nick Knight with the Isabella Blow Award For Fashion Creator at the British Fashion Awards later this month.
Knight will receive his award for his work as a fashion and documentary photographer. From the publication of his first book, “Skinheads,” published by Omnibus Press in 1982, Knight went on to collaborate with fashion designers including Alexander McQueen, John Galliano and Yohji Yamamoto and an advertising clientele that includes Calvin Klein, Christian Dior, Lancôme, Swarovski, Tom Ford and Yves Saint Laurent. He has worked with a number of editorials for publications including Another Magazine, i-D, Vogue, V and W. Knight launched SHOWstudio in 2000 as a digital platform for fashion film in November 2000 and has worked with a plethora of filmmakers, artists, writers and figures. He has directed award-winning videos for Bjork, Lady Gaga and Kanye West. Knight’s work has been exhibited at the International Center of Photography, the Gagosian Gallery, Tate Modern and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Named after the late British fashion editor, the Isabella Blow Award For Fashion Creator honors a British stylist, makeup artist, photographer, art director or producer. The annual event will take place at the London Coliseum on Nov. 23.
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How Gigi Hadid, Candice Swanepoel, and More Get in Shape for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

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For the top bodies in the industry, nothing beats the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show—and with stakes that high, models Gigi Hadid, Constance Jablonski, and Alessandra Ambrosio are doubling down at the gym. With barely 24 hours to go before showtime, what does it take to put the final touches on a near-perfect physique? For starters, it doesn’t involve an elliptical machine. Instead, Angels-in-training are toning up with unconventional workouts like boxing, aerial acrobatics, ballet, and rope-climbing, and posting their supercharged routines on Instagram. Ahead of tomorrow’s show (which airs on CBS December 8), here’s how a few of our favorite faces are prepping for the runway.

 

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Kanye West Unveils Making Of Yeezy Season 2 Fashion Line With Silent Film

Kanye West‘s Yeezy Season 2 fashion line was formally introduced to the world via a silent film that not only showed off the Chicago superstar’s creative vision, but also the work that goes on behind the scenes. Although the line has been teased since last month, the film gives fans a first peek at the exclusive creations.

The silent film was posted on the recently ressurected Yeezy.Supply site, and it is exactly what one could expect from a Kanye West production. The lack of sound makes the images flashing on screen compelling. The film shows the workers furiously stitching and putting together the line under West’s stern supervision.

There’s no forwarding or rewinding of the film, so once you hit up the page you have to commit.

You can watch Kanye West’s reveal of the Yeezy Season 2 fashion line here.

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Philippines Fashion Meets Tokyo RTW Spring 2016

This season marked the first time that designers from the Philippines presented their collections during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tokyo. While each of the three brands’ offerings varied greatly, common themes were sustainable materials and inspiration from the natural world.
 
It’s rare for an accessory brand to be capable of standing alone in a runway show, but Ken Samudio’s pieces were bold enough to pull focus away from any clothes his models were wearing. The former marine biologist and college professor presented multidimensional statement necklaces, cuffs and clutches made from recycled plastic drink bottles to mimic coral reefs and creatures of the sea.
 
Also inspired by sea life, John Herrera’s collection focused on bioluminescence, the phenomenon that makes some underwater creatures glow in the dark. Black minidresses trimmed in bright orange and green ruffles shared the runway with several all-black pieces, such as a floor-length coat and a series of ponchos. Body-hugging dresses with supersheer panels left very little to the imagination, creating a sexiness that at times felt forced.
 
Renan Pacson showed black and white streetwear with Escher-inspired geometric prints. He used high-tech fabrics such as mesh, jersey and a metallic bronze bonded-plastic material to create lightweight sleeveless tops, hooded coats, pants and

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Centre for Fashion Enterprise Takes on Israeli, Turkish Talents

CLUB MED: London’s Centre for Fashion Enterprise, a fashion-business incubator, is looking to the greater Mediterranean region for a new generation of talent.
In partnership with the European Union, the CFE will be offering residencies to two fashion labels, Muslin Brothers from Israel and Bashaques from Turkey. The designers will move to London in November.
The program offers an opportunity for designers who have been in business for a minimum of two years to receive support from the CFE and extend their networks with key contacts in the U.K. that will eventually benefit their businesses in their home countries.
In total, the CFE will invite four young designers from across the Mediterranean to spend up to six months in residence.
The program includes studio space at CFE incubator in East London; business support delivered through workshops and one-to-one meetings with fashion business experts; accommodation in residential premises in London; material and travel costs.
“Fashion has no borders,” said Wendy Malem, director of the CFE. “We believe that fashion is influenced by diversity, culture and society, which drives our insatiable appetite for new ideas. For this reason we have invited some ‘new voices’ to London, talented designers from Mediterranean countries who will take up a six-month

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Shanghai Fashion Week Showcases Chinese Design Talent

Shanghai Fashion Week kicked off October 13 with a roster of increasingly consistent designers from China showing spring collections. Along with the rise of an independent design culture in the country, a change in both the retail mind-set and consumer desires has simultaneously increased the number of stores and boutiques willing to take a chance on local talent.
A few short years ago, a very different crowd populated the fashion week tents located in the city’s upmarket shopping district, Xintiandi. Today, buyers from across China — as well as some from overseas — are joining media and other industry players. The event’s higher profile is also in evident outside the tents, where interested onlookers peruse the parade of street style and scalpers sell tickets to the shows.
Here are some highlights from the spring 2016 collections.
Fake Natoo: Beijing-born Zhang Na showed a breezy, casual Fake Natoo collection for spring, opening her show with a series of white cotton shirts, trousers and shirtdresses — worn loose and sometimes layered. While the lineup lacked the drama and gravitas of her fall outing, slinky full-length silk dresses and wide-leg jumpsuits hanging from barely-there crisscross spaghetti straps were a highlight.
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Daniel Bohbot’s Hale Bob Collection Elevates LA Fashion Week

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Meagan Tandy (Teen Wolf) and Daniel Bohbot (Designer)
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Daniel Bohbot premiered his Hale Bob 2016 spring/summer collection earning rave reviews in what is earning its place as a fashion capital — Los Angeles. His women’s line was breaking at the seams with multihued prints evoking the lifestyle of Beverly Hills’ well-traveled and well-sunned elite. Both beautiful and practical, he utilized cotton and silk, his fabric of choice, to design garments to be worn comfortably during Los Angeles’ sweltering summers. He is a genuine artist and the king of prints.

I have always been attracted to artists, and especially to artwork and special design. We started working with different studios around the world. I bought prints of artwork and hung certain elements to make it a Hale Bob print.

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Photo: Nicole Williams (WAGS) and Daniel Bohbot (Designer)
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This season’s prints were based on everything from Moroccan tiles, jungle leaves, tropical florals, animal prints, boho-chic, paisley scarves and ornamental medallions.

Putting out an astonishing 12 lines a year, Hale Bob is always adjusting to the aspirations of its consumers, providing them not with what they want but with what they never knew they needed.

Hale Bob was conceived in 2001 as a result of what Bohbot perceived to be a gap in the LA fashion women’s market. Dominated by jeans, he saw a need for tops to compliment them. For the first five years, this was his exclusive focus.

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The line expanded in 2006 to produce dresses, bottoms, shoes, swimwear, bags, scarves, and luggage. Continuing its evolution, he will begin offering a full line of accessories comprised of bags, suitcases and shoes in 2016. Also in the works are scented candles and a fragrance. In the future, he plans to release a men’s line.

The epitome of a globalized citizen, Bohbot was born in Morocco, trained in France, and now lives in Los Angeles. He started off his career in fashion importing American lines into France. One of the fashion lines, Bisou Bisou, belonged to his brother Marc Bohbot and sister-in-law Michele Bohbot.

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Photo: Toks Olagundoye (Castle)
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All hand-beading and fabric treatments are done in Bohbot’s Los Angeles studio with each garment displaying its own unique, made-in-America style but inspired by the world heritage. 

Hale Bob, available at Bloomingdales, has become the go-to choice for celebrities Amal Clooney, Sofia Vergara, Eva Longoria, Heidi Klum, Cameron Diaz, Salma Hayek, Halle Berry and Cindy Crawford.

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Photo: Shaun Robinson (Former Access Hollywood Host from 1999-2015)
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His Hale Bob Los Angeles 2016 spring/summer Collection show on Oct. 8 was attended by Shaun Robinson (Former Access Hollywood Host), Toks Olagundoye (Castle and Neighbors), Meagan Tandy (Teen Wolf and Survivor’s Remorse), Ariane Adrew (Total Divas WWE), and JET favorite Tichina Arnold (Survivor’s Remorse, Everybody Hates Chris, Martin).

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Photo: Tichina Arnold (Survivor’s Remorse, Everybody Hates Chris, Martin) and Jeremy Bamidele
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Sponsored by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, this group show brought together the collections of five brands in a bid to boost their exposure in Japan.
 
Highlights included Polly Ho’s label Loom Loop, which went on a playful romp with colorful tunics and bird-print leggings accessorized with paper crowns; Lulu Cheung, who showed chic, ladylike looks such as a sleeveless yellow top made from fluttering fabric petals and slim cigarette pants; and Kathy Lam Studio, which offered pretty dresses, including a pleated floral number.
 
Chailie Ho presented frothy and somewhat dated-looking chiffon eveningwear as well as a sequence of items — including a body-hugging dress for her and pants for him — in a Lisa Frank-style unicorn print. On the zanier side, Koyo designer Koyo William applied abstract swirl prints onto a men’s jumpsuit and a sheer dress, with kooky makeshift moon boots rounding out his styling.

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J.W. Anderson Leads Nominees for British Fashion Awards

LONDON — The British Fashion Awards will take place on Nov. 23 at the London Coliseum, and the nominees have been announced.
J.W. Anderson has been nominated in both the women’s wear and men’s wear designer categories. The label joins fellow candidates Christopher Kane and Victoria Beckham in women’s wear and E. Tautz and Tom Ford in men’s wear.
Charlotte Olympia, Sophia Webster and Tabitha Simmons will compete for the accessory award.
Alexander McQueen, Anya Hindmarch, Burberry and Stella McCartney are up for the brand prize, while Céline, Burberry and Givenchy will compete for the creative campaign award.
In the emerging women’s wear category, Faustine Steinmetz, Molly Goddard and Thomas Tait are all contenders while Astrid Andersen, Grace Wales Bonner and Mr. Hare are up for the emerging men’s wear accolade.
Additional awards on the night will be bestowed for emerging accessories designer; new establishment designer; establishment designer; red carpet, and model. The British Fashion Council will also award its BFC outstanding achievement, British style international designer and the Isabella Blow award for fashion creator on the night.
Headline sponsors include Swarovski, MAC, Toni & Guy, Marks & Spencer, Mercedes Benz and St. Martins Lane Hotel. The BFC’s judging panel was comprised of more than 800 fashion

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Latin America Steps Up Support for Local Fashion Weeks

MANAGUA, Nicaragua — Camila Ortega, the daughter of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, launched Nicaragua Disena in 2011 to help promote the country’s poor yet talented emerging designers. But what started as a pet project has become a growing event drawing 12,000 people, providing regional designers with a promotion platform and attracting international design schools.
The event’s popularity (the government was said to invest $ 100,000 in the 2015 edition that closed last weekend) comes as other fashion weeks are mushrooming in Central America, with Panama and Costa Rica hosting large events under the Mercedes-Benz banner and El Salvador and Guatemala developing their own iterations.
“We want to bring this to a higher level and become the leading design platform in Central America,” said Ortega, 27. As Nicaragua Design director, Ortega has a modeling hobby and walked several runways in a 30-piece lineup, including local designers Shantall Lacayo and Erick Bendana, as well as Argentina’s Paula Tierra and Venezuela’s Carmela Osorio.
While the event will remain a fashion design platform, it will also seek to promote talent in other areas, including interior design, film, craftsmanship and arts, Ortega said. This year there were 88 designers and 75 stands, compared with 75 and 50, respectively, in 2014.
She said

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The race is officially back on. Fashion month is long gone—or rather, over by just a few days—and the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund competition has kicked back into high gear. Earlier tonight at the One World Trade Center gallery, perched high above the city, designers mingled with a glittering array of A-listers for a cocktail party hosted by Diane von Furstenberg and Anna Wintour in celebration of the Fashion Fund Design Challenge underwritten by Fossil. Each candidate in this year’s class was challenged to come up with a design appropriate for a cultural event on the fall calendar, an endeavor that proved to be both fun and enlightening.

“It got us thinking about movement and something that could be for cocktail,” said Baja East’s Scott Studenberg and John Targon of their ensemble inspired by the New York City Ballet’s fall gala. “We referenced a lot of choreographers,” explained the duo of their cream-on-cream tonal look sported by NYCB principal dancer Sara Mearns.

Twirling among the nominees were a slew of previous CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund contestants, including Paul Andrew, Jennifer Fisher, Prabal Gurung, and the Orley trio. Having gone through the process, did they have any words of wisdom? “Take a deep breath and enjoy it because you miss it when it’s over,” said Irene Neuwirth in a Rosie Assoulin jumpsuit punctuated with her own jewelry. That sentiment was echoed by fellow jewelry designer Monique Péan, who said, “Have fun! It’s an incredible experience.”

Also taking in the designs were style-setters including Danai Gurira, whose play Eclipsed is currently at the Public Theater’s LuEsther Hall; Alexa Chung; and Cush Jumbo, who’s currently in New York filming The Good Wife and enjoying autumn in the city. “I love the in-between phase [of fall],” beamed Jumbo in Michael Kors and Chanel. “It’s my favorite time for experimenting. I’ll be layering up some Giambattista Valli with Michael Kors to set.”

Chung, who was photographed alongside former finalist Pamela Love of the 2011 competition, offered up some words of wisdom she learned from another It Brit, designer Erdem Moralioglu. “I once asked Erdem, because I was thinking of starting my own thing, and his words to me were to not deviate from yourself and trust your instincts.”

Jonathan Simkhai’s blush strapless dress elegantly wrapped around his date, Wallis Currie-Wood. “I love corsets!” exclaimed the actress, who was also joined by her Tony-winning beau, Alex Sharp. “It rekindles that old-world glamour and makes you feel both sexy and womanly, but also modest and comfortable in your own skin.” Simkhai agreed, adding that the competition has forced him to “come up with different ideas and go outside the box.”

As Eva Zuckerman, Brett Heyman, Ryan Roche, and countless other CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund alums chatted with the present class, all were talking about The Fashion Fund’s move to Amazon. “They get Amazon, which is an amazing medium!” exclaimed Veronica Miele Beard, adding that this year’s contestants should “use it to their greatest advantage. It’s everywhere.”

One place the all-reaching network might not have been was the Black Rock Desert in Nevada for Burning Man, which is where contestant Thaddeus O’Neil landed for his challenge. “I had to go to Burning Man even though it was the week of my women’s Spring show,” joked O’Neil, adding, “It was an adventure I had to take.” So how did the designer interpret the experience? Through a bevy of color, print, and texture on his model, the artist and poet Cleo Wade. “It was a natural fit,” said O’Neil of his date. “Anyone that loves words the way she does, I have an immediate affinity for them.”

With the competition heading out West next week to present their looks in a group fashion show, does the perennially sun-kissed designer have any plans outside of the competition? “To go surfing with my friends out in Malibu.” It seems as if O’Neil might have the right idea, because as Zuckerman says: “The worst of it is over and the best is yet to come.”

 

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BALENCIAGA ACT: Mytheresa.com has teamed with Balenciaga to poke fun at the glamour, exaggeration — and irony — endemic in the industry with a short film to be released on Sunday.
“Une Incroyable Excuse,” is a two-minute short featuring three young French Ladies Who Lunch, and the shocking discovery one of them makes when she opens her handbag to look for her car keys. The short, written and directed by Danny Sangra and filmed on location at Caviar Kaspia in Paris, is the e-tailer’s first fashion film project. The film makes its debut on Showstudio.com on Sunday, and will be posted later in the week on the Mytheresa.com Web site.
The three main characters wear exclusive looks from the Balenciaga fall runway collection, which are available to buy on Mytheresa.com.
Justin O’Shea, the site’s buying director, said one of his favorite movie lines is “Why so serious?” spoken by Heath Ledger’s Joker character in “The Dark Knight,” and he wanted to create something with a sense of humor. “The line has probably never been referenced in a fashion quote,” said O’Shea.
He added: “The idea of this industry being fun is something I feel strongly about, and that was the starting point behind the

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Sue Wong’s Alchemy & Masquerade 2016 line

Los Angeles Fashion Week launched on Monday, October 5th, with Arts Hearts Fashion showcasing over 30 designers at the runway at Taglyan Complex in Hollywood. It was a week of sexy artistry and provocative showmanship, showcasing new lines from established as well as break-out designers. Sue Wong, Nicole Miller, Amato Haute Couture, Gregorio Sanchez, Mister Triple X, Koco Blaq, Isabella Couture, Amren Tulano, House of Li-Jon, Michael Ngo Couture and many more.

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Opening night designer Sue Wong dazzled the invitation-only standing-room crowd with a breathtaking 79 look show of her 2016 Alchemy & Masquerade runway collection of intricately adorned gowns topped with soaring headpieces. The sexy, bold styles rocked the runway shifting between elegant and outrageous, in classical Sue Wong style, straddling the line between couture and wearables, all with dramatic red carpet panache. Starting with black and silver themes, in silk, lace, chiffon and ornate sequined and beading, the luxurious styles alternated from strapless gowns with exotic patterning to evening wear, cocktail dresses, a kaleidoscope of hues shifted through the show until wedding gowns and formal attire ended the evening, continuing to defy expectations with a mythic royal grace, and earthy goddess attraction.

As always Sue Wong brought in additional artists to augment her designs with Jewelry and headdresses that delighted and were extraordinary, including 31 headdresses credited to Maritza Regalado of Atzi designs who confessed to me the theatrical nature of such an ambitious show had its dangerous moments. Backstage during the event drastic re-shaping of some of her head piece designs almost happened when last minute adjustments were required due to model’s head sizes or hair designs that were unexpected. Fortunately for all, the back stage teams kept everything in perfect order as the models hit the runway and every design remain intact.

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Sue Wong

Sue Wong’s show was introduced by British actor Max Ryan of “Sex and the City”. And she received a pre-show honor from the the California State Assembly with a special recognition award in honor of her excellence in Fashion across the world. “I’m getting so many awards lately,” she said, “you’d think my career is winding down, but I’m happy to announce it’s just revving up!” she said to applause holding a framed plaque from the city. Her show ended with a performance by her friend pop opera star Michael Peer, who sang the signature song from Phantom of the Opera. Sue Wong continues to show her powerful artistry has perfected the balance between theatrical red carpet wear and artistic form fitting designs, with a career command of her craft unparalleled by many designers.

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Giorgio Sanchez

Gregorio Sanchez showed a sophisticated line full of vibrant colors, classy and following the ethnic Mexican touch of his previous collections, linen silk, chiffon, silk and hand embroidered.

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House of LiJon

House of Li-Jon: once again impressed with striking metal and Swarovski crystal creations, which are intricately woven ring by ring to achieve graphic patters and art designs. Her shows last year with her intricate designs were stunning, and this year continues that work with her theme; “Armored and Dangerous”, ready for war or peace if you mumur the right words to her sultry warriors as she takes fashion to the battle fields with a modern stance in the ‘Art of Chainmaille’.

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Noa Designs 2016 line designed by Noa Sorell

Tuesday brought an extraordinary turn as Noa Sorrell, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma last January at the age of 11, was granted an extraordinary wish from “Make a Wish Foundation” and Arts Heart Fashion, and brought her fashion designs to life on the LAFW runway. An extraordinary story, but while undergoing three months of chemotherapy she found she had a lot of time on her hands, and began drawing and designing clothes in bright colors because it cheered her up. Returning to the sewing her grandmother had taught her, she began to create the clothes in her imagination. She reached out to Make A Wish, and Noah opened up Tuesday’s show with her own collection of childrenswear, an impressive and spectacular feat; “Noa Designs”. She says; “I have worked very hard on a spring collection that that celebrates life with warm lively colors that can make anyone smile. No matter how grey you feel inside. I hope you enjoy it!”

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Noa Designs 2016

Noa’s collection opened the Kidswear show, October 7th, a fan favorite which last season drew in celebrity 50-Cent to support his young son Sire’s debut on the runway. Art Hearts Fashion has granted several wishes for Make-A-Wish kids during shows in LA, NY, and Miami highlighting the two producer’s (Erin and Sarah Whitaker) commitment not just to emerging talent, but of working with many charitable organizations.

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Nicole Miller 2016

Nicole Miller, another fashion heavy weight, delighted on Wednesday with her spring line, a powerful collection of colorful, body conscious women’s clothing, from evening wear to cocktail and wedding dresses. Playing with textures and earth tones, and a self professed fabric junkie, Miller’s new designs were eye catching and sleek while remaining feminine. Best known for her timeless yet form-flattering dresses, Nicole Miller draws inspiration from both sides of the pond, as she studied at the Rhode Island Schol of Design as well as l’Ecole de la chamber Syndicale de la Haute couture Parisienne. Her progressive style of clothing has been worn by celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Joss Stone, Jennifer Aniston, Beyoncé, Blake Lively and Eva Longoria among others. Her designs have forged a legacy in the fashion world, and always remain sexy as well as aesthetic. Her line is most notable for being so ready to wear.

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Stello “Hotel California” 2016 line

Stello (formerly MTCostello) followed with a wild, bodacious boundry breaking line called “Hotel California” celebrating the body and dangerous liasons. The new “Hotel California” collections falls under the glamorous spell of Hollywood, while flirting with the dangerous rock’n’roll lifestyle. A beautiful guitarist in a black full length leather gown rocked a solo performance as models displayed designs that were daring full length evening wear, to sexy playful cocktail and bedroom attire, to couture that was more suggestions of clothes, ever defying the audience’s expectations.

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Mister Triple X Vortex 2016

Mister Triple X had two appearances, the Vortex swim/resort collection, with daring prints with metallic accents, and brought an exciting retro spin with his signature edge. And “One Rose”, which was a more sophisticated expression of his aesthetic. Bold prints, and audacious cuts with metallic accents took the concept of sleek and racy into a high fashion expression. Erik Rosete who designs Mister Triple X is also the founder of Arts Hearts Fashion.

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Erik Rosete designer of Mr. Triple X shown here with One Rose 2016 line

After extremely successful shows for New York Fashion Week, Art Hearts Fashion hit the ground running in LA, leading Fashion Week with an impressive 4-day marathon of runway shows, art installations, and a Betsy Johnson installation celebrating her 50th year.

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London’s Fashion and Textile Museum Celebrates Liberty’s 140th Anniversary With the Exhibition “Liberty in Fashion”

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Rewind to London, 1875. The style of the moment favored bright aniline-dyed gowns whose rigidity required mechanical nips and tucks through corsetry. But then, as now, trends change, and eventually the fashion pendulum swung back the other way. Among those who welcomed the change were the Aesthetes, an alternative set of 19th-century Londoners who valued art for art’s sake. Fixtures of the movement included Oscar Wilde, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, and the Pre-Raphaelites, with London-based Liberty at the forefront of Aesthetic dress.

While Liberty is an apt name for a label whose followers were thought to be liberated from the cult of fashion, it also happened to be the surname of Arthur Lasenby Liberty, who founded the company in 1875. Subscribing to Arts and Crafts principles, Liberty designs flouted tight lacing and the trickery of naturalistic patterns in favor of free-flowing gowns and textiles printed in flat patterns and rendered in two-dimensional repeats. The brand became famous for Japonisme-inspired prints of peacock feathers and sunflowers in muted colors borrowed from nature.

This year marks the 140th anniversary of the storied house, which has kept up with the times via ties to fashion designers including Paul Poiret, Mary Quant, Jean Muir, Yves Saint Laurent, and Vivienne Westwood. Beloved today for its ditzy floral prints, the quintessentially British brand is the subject of the exhibition “Liberty in Fashion,” opening this weekend at London’s Fashion and Textile Museum.

Above, we celebrate 140 years of the label with a look back at Liberty’s best and brightest moments in Vogue.

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Janelle Monae’s Paris Fashion Week Hair Owns Our Best Beauty List

Paris Fashion Week Spring 2016 was filled with major moments, including the scenic airport-themed Chanel show to the mini “Game of Thrones” reunion with Emilia Clarke and Jason Momoa. But we believe Janelle Monae’s many, many hairstyles stole the spotlight. 

The “Yoga” singer was spotted out and about wearing different hairdos to accentuate what she described to Vogue as her “growing, evolving” style. Having worked with Monae since her debut studio album “The ArchAndroid” in 2010, celebrity hairstylist Caprice Green told The Huffington Post that the two always “start out with some sort of game plan” when discussing hairstyle for Fashion Week. “However, it doesn’t always go as planned,” said Green. “The clothes from the designers sort of determined the look each day.”

From her signature pompadour topped with a cherry-red Kristina Dragomir heart cap to a beautiful beehive adorned with Chanel accessories, Monae and her hairstylist have pushed the boundaries on what’s considered to be “natural hair.”

Scroll down to see Monae’s hairstyles from Paris Fashion Week and to learn what Green considered when creating each look.


 
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The Most Stunning Flowers of Fashion Month

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Flowers? For spring? Well, maybe not groundbreaking. But when the flowers are for the Spring 2016 collections, they tend to be of note. Looking back at fashion month in New York, London, Milan, and Paris, stunning blooms popped up at dinners, after-parties, and shows: There were artful installations at Erdem Moralioglu’s Green Carpet Challenge event, rustic arrangements at The Row’s presentation dinner inside a French château, and let’s not forget the enormous man-made hill covered in 400,000 delphiniums that housed the Dior show. While everyone must wait to wear their favorite pieces from the runway, these 14 standout designs can be replicated right away . . . though the Dior hill might take some doing.

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Brands Eye Fashion Bloggers to Form Genuine Partnerships

As their influence grows, bloggers such as ones from The Blonde Salad to Gary Pepper are increasingly present at recent fashion shows. And designer brands are taking note by forming year-round partnership deals with them.
The fashion bloggers are paid via affiliate marketing arrangements with the brands, which — in simple terms — involves technology platforms that pay the bloggers a commission each time they refer to a brand or retail site.
And it is big business. Forrester Research expects spending on affiliate marketing to reach $ 4.5 billion in 2016.
But it is a tricky endeavor — coming at a time when the fashion industry seems to be seeking a transformation — that requires a high-degree of authenticity between the blogger and the brand, according to bloggers, who add that readers are keen enough to know when a writer is touting a brand just to make a buck versus truly liking the brand or product.
“Followers are smart and it is important to work with brands that [bloggers] truly believe in,” said Heidi Nazarudin of theambitionista.com who is also cofounder of Blogger Babes, which is an association of more than 5,000 lifestyle bloggers. “Followers know the difference, so the [content] must be authentic.”
To that end,

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Twins Are Taking Over the Fashion World: Here’s How to Tell Who’s Who

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With multiple sets of sisters appearing in campaigns or on the catwalk either solo or side by side, model twins are experiencing a major fashion moment. And it’s hard enough to keep track of new faces without those new faces having, well, identical new faces elsewhere. With the Pavlova, Bell, Moosgaard, and Soles girls all making an impact this season, we decided it was high time for an official Vogue.com explainer. Here, your handy guide to modeling’s current crop of doppelgängers.



Amelie & Cecile Moosgaard

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Amelie & Cecile Moosgaard, Prada Spring 2016 

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The Moosgaard Twins
Danish newcomers Cecilie and Amalie Moosgaard have been unstoppable since their runway debut at Prada, turning up on the catwalk for Sacai, Sonia Rykiel, and Valentino. While their show list may be comparatively short, the duo have managed to accumulate work with several of the world’s top stylists, including Karl Templer (Sacai and Valentino) and Olivier Rizzo (Prada). Those are the kinds of connections that invariably lead to editorial and campaign work, but for the moment the twins are busy taking plenty of pictures of their own.

Amalie
Instagram: @amaliemoosgaard
Born a few moments earlier, Amalie is the older twin. A lover of interior design, she works part time for Danish home-goods brand House Doctor when she isn’t modeling. In between shows, Amalie has used her time in Paris to shop for books on Saint-Germain-des-Prés and take in local must-sees like Place Vendôme’s luxurious boutiques.

Cecilie
Instagram: @ceciliemoosgaard
After being discovered with her sister on the way back from a family shopping trip in Aarhus, Denmark, Cecilie has come into her own. Whether she’s snapping candid pictures backstage at Prada or zooming in on Paris’s impressive architectural details, Cecilie’s soft-focus images are eclectic and dreamy.



Odette & Liya Pavlova

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Odette & Liya Pavlova, Chanel Spring 2016

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The Pavlova Twins
The Pavlovas experienced their breakthrough moments separately last fall, with each snagging a spot in a high-profile show. Lia opened Gucci as an exclusive (becoming an instant favorite of designer Alessandro Michele), while Odette racked up a series of appearances at spring couture, working with Viktor & Rolf and Schiaparelli, before becoming an exclusive for Saint Laurent for Fall 2015. On social media, the twins share a knack for keeping their fans abreast of their latest accomplishments, updating followers with images from each and every show they do, interspersed with behind-the-scenes candids with fellow Russian models like Anabel Krasnotsvetova and Liza Ostanina.

Lia
Instagram: @pavlovalia
A movie buff with a love of independent film, Lia is well versed in the oeuvre of her favorite actor, Jared Leto, citing Requiem for a Dream and Mr. Nobody as her top two movies. Lia even loves the superstar’s band, Thirty Seconds to Mars—and snapped a selfie of herself with Leto and co. backstage at their concert last spring.

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Though she’s spent the past few weeks making waves as one of fashion month’s top walkers, Odette always makes time for music, especially for rock bands like Casa Murilo. She also has an appreciation for pop culture classics, as evidenced by her love of David Bowie, Andy Warhol, and the work of starchitect Zaha Hadid.



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With their edgy good looks and rock ’n’ roll vibe, the Soles twins have been embraced by designers like Hedi Slimane, who tapped both for an exclusive for Spring 2015. Given their different hair colors—Baylee is dark brown while Kelsey is a dirty blonde—it’s a little easier to tell these two apart, but cut and color aren’t their sole differences. Enrolled in beauty class by their dad after a few too many preteen makeup experiments gone wrong, the Soles were scouted by their instructor, who soon became their mother agent.

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Instagram: @bayleesoles
A vintage collector with an eye for finding all the right pieces, Baylee shares her favorite items on Instagram but generally keeps mum about where she procures them—lest others tap into her secret wardrobe sources. Where most models keep their social updates image-focused, Baylee’s sense of humor makes her GIF-filled Twitter feed a must-read.

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Thirty seconds older, Kelsey went platinum to differentiate herself from her sister after they were continually mistaken for each other during castings. A fellow vintage fan, she’s amassed an enviable collection of denim bought during her international travels.



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The Bell sisters have used this season to distinguish themselves from each other: Emerging on the scene after entering the Elite Model Look U.K. contest back in 2013, which May won. With matching freckled faces and strawberry blonde hair, the Bells were a pair of English roses until Paul Hanlon gave Ruth her signature bleached buzz cut, setting off a chain of events that would lead her to fashion month’s top runways, including Versace, Kenzo, Isabel Marant, and Gucci. May has yet to make her fashion month debut, but given the buzz surrounding Ruth, she’s certain to show up any minute now . . .

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Instagram: @ruthnotmay
When she isn’t modeling, Ruth is immersing herself in history—particularly where it pertains to geography and African studies. A fan of folksy rock, Ruth listens to bands like Haim while back in her hometown of Deal, but with her love of hiking, rock climbing, and exploration, she is ready for wherever the job will take her.

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Instagram: @maynotruth
Serious about her studies, May plans on pursuing a career in paramedic science if ever she leaves fashion behind. An avid baker with a skill for crafting healthy sweet treats, May describes herself as the girly girl of the two. While she has yet to hit the Milan and Paris runways, she has kept herself busy, traveling to Iceland and the Seychelles in recent months.

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Everything You Need to Know About Day 9 of Paris Fashion Week

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Fashion Week went out with a bang today with standout shows from Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu. Find all the top stories from those events and more here.

 

1. “What a time to be alive” has become a popular Twitter adage most often employed with sarcasm, but at Louis Vuitton, Nicolas Ghesquière focused his hawk eyes on the ins and outs of our contemporary era, sending out clothes inspired by and suited for the now. We’re calling his leather jackets, low-slung shorts, and crop tops the ideal pieces for a “digital bohemia.”

 

 

2. Ghesquière’s front row guests were just as enthused with his Spring collection—hear what Michelle Williams, Alicia Vikander, and Miranda Kerr think in our exclusive video.

3. Get to know the new models who walked at Louis Vuitton today, from art student Teddy Quinlivan to brand-new Dominican face Luisana Gonzalez.

4. The fashion world awoke to news this morning that Balenciaga had named a new artistic director of collections: Vetements’s Demna Gvasalia.

 

5. Plaids mixed with tulle mixed with glittering boots at Miu Miu in an expression of moody toughness that only Mrs. Prada could execute.

 

Photographed by Phil Oh

6. The streets of Paris are still running over with street style—see Hanne Gaby Odiele, Tati Cotliar, and more fashion stars in our slideshow.

 

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7. The season ended with a slew of celebrities seated front row. See all their outfits, from Léa Seydoux’s glittering mini to Michelle Williams’s smart trench, here.

 

8. At Moncler Gamme Rouge, models tiptoed through a field of daisies in Giambattista Valli’s latest for the house.

9. You’ve probably noticed Zendaya popping up at the shows in Paris, each time with a stunning outfit to match. We delved deeper into the actress’ style, quick changes, and budding friendship with Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner. “I love seeing young ladies doing their thing!” she proclaims.

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Fashion Magazine Covers Revamped With Rescue Pups Are So Fetch

These chic pups have found their place in the spotlight, but now it’s time to find them a home.

Polish advertising agency Ostrosiostro recreated iconic fashion magazine covers with rescue pups as the featured stars, in a campaign called “Pop psu ta moda.” Using 25 covers from titles including Vogue, Elle and Harper’s Bazaar, the agency hopes to showcase the dogs in a bright and beautiful light, and raise funds to help 16 shelters in the country.

“[Many] campaigns show unwanted, abandoned dogs as sad,” Pawel Cichon, the agency’s founder, told The Huffington Post in an email. “I wanted to tell their story in a very positive and visually appealing way.”

Ostrosiostro promoted the photos on its website, as well as Facebook and Instagram, and will be showcasing prints of the covers at an upcoming fashion show in Warsaw. Since the campaign’s launch in August, about 70 percent of the canine models have found happy homes.

“Fashion and celebrities define beauty,” Cichon said in the campaign’s statement. “We wanted to take a little bit of that and change people’s perspective on shelter animals.”

Scroll through the covers below to check out the fierce canine couture.

 

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Looking at Instagram’s Influence on Fashion as the App Turns 5

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“What is relevant today? Is it need or provocation? Can fashion and theater coexist?” riffed Alber Elbaz backstage at Lanvin this season. Elbaz’s line of questioning feels especially pertinent now, when the need for an Instagram-worthy moment is as important to some brands as a critic’s review or accessories sales. “I can speak straight to my Balmain army, instantly, and I am making fashion for them,” Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing said in this week’s New Yorker. “It is too bad for critics if they cannot understand this, but the truth is now that their critiques do not matter.” Elbaz, for his part, opted to serve both masters, sending out intricately cut and tailored pieces in black and white for the first third of his show, and filling the last two-thirds with some of the sparkliest, most joyous, picture-worthy clothes of the entire season. The popular adage is that Instagram is changing the way we see fashion, turning it into an industry with international appeal and a WME/IMG-backed channel for Apple TV in the works. But the app has done more than change the way we engage with fashion—Instagram is changing clothing itself.

Take a look at the trends people will be talking about now that the shows have wrapped. In one corner, you have the eye-catchers—sequins, glittering embellishments, metallics, logo-mania, feathers—and in the other, the revealers—lingerie dressing, off-the-shoulder cuts, transparent fabrications that reveal the female form underneath gauzy tulle and chiffon. If these ideas sound familiar, it’s because they’re the strategies that Instagram’s most-followed stars employ. There are the eye-catching accounts (Nicki Minaj, et al) and the revealing ones (Rihanna, Kim Kardashian West, and, in some ways, Beyoncé). Fashion’s biggest trends seem to be drawing inspiration not from these women, but from the way these women market their lives on the social platform. (It’s worth noting that the majority of Instagram’s top-followed accounts and most-liked photos come from female-run accounts, only making it more appealing to the fashion world.)

Runway fashion is meant to reflect and react to our contemporary world, and in this way the apparent internalization of Instagram techniques and strategies into fashion seems not only smart but necessary. Still, for the Luddites among us, there’s a question that’s worth asking this season: Where are the clothes that are neither sequined nor see-through? Or rather, what do clothes that aren’t intended to be seen on Instagram or on the red carpet (the Instagram of the Old World) look like?

 



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The answer seems to lie, as it frequently tends to, with Phoebe Philo and Céline. Backstage at her Spring 2016 show, Philo spoke of “an escape”—and not the kind you hashtag #ibiza. “It’s about taking her out of urban life and putting her feet on the sand. It’s where I long to be, more and more,” Philo said. “I am somebody who is interested in how clothes make us feel and in how we behave in different places. I thought, If you were traveling for a year, what would you need to take with you?”

Philo’s fashion escapism was realized in a mélange of easy-to-wear pieces. Portrait-necked milkmaid tops with corset boning walked beside ribbed knit midi dresses and proper English tartans redone as oversize trousers and, yes, a few revealing slip dresses. These are clothes that real women will wear—the women you don’t hear about on social media. The good news about Philo’s structured creations is that they’ll pair nicely with the Instagram-friendly glittering and sheer pieces put forth by her peers. Can women really have it all? This season, you can—sparkly, see-through, and starkly real.

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Farfetch Celebrates Brazilian Fashion in Paris

BRAZILIAN BASH: «I’m celebrating them, they are celebrating me — it’s a Brazilian night,» enthused Barbara Casasola at a dinner party hosted by Farfetch and Vogue Brazil, with Alexia Niedzielski as the host, on Sunday night.
Casasola, who shows her ready-to-wear line in London, has designed her very first bag, which will make its debut on Farfetch through the Bluebird boutique at 495 pounds, or $ 750.
«It’s called 1984 — my year of birth. I work a lot with pleats, so I pleated the leather. It’s a cross-body bag, but I like wearing it like this,» she explained, throwing the item over the shoulder.
«We are very supportive of Brazilian designers, being the only online luxury Web site service in Brazil. We have a local customer service, over 100 people working there,» said Farfetch founder José Neves.
Farfetch ships «duties included, in local currency, and in split payments, because Brazilians don’t pay in one go, they pay in installments,» he explained.
Following the online retailer’s foray into the Australian market and with 10 local offices set around the world, Neves says he now has «90 percent of all major e-commerce markets covered, but there is still places to go. Southeast Asia with Malaysia, Thailand and

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Everyhing You Need to Know About Day 6 of Paris Fashion Week

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Kenzo, Céline, McQueen! It was a big day for showgoers in Paris, but you don’t need to be in the City of Light to catch up on the action. Find it all here.

1. Kenzo reimagined Mediterranean classics in the 19th arrondissement this morning, showing gladiator sandals alongside fanny packs and swimtimates—a trend you’ll want to get ahead of now.

2. “I thought, if you were traveling for a year, what would you need to take with you?” mused Phoebe Philo backstage at her Céline show this morning. The answer was everything from a lacy slip to English tartan outerwear to scoop-neck dresses. Every woman will likely name a different favorite among the lineup, but isn’t that the point?

3. With Sade as inspiration, Guido Palau crafted long single braids at Céline, making it the hairstyle to beat this season.

4. You didn’t expect Zendaya to blend in at Paris Fashion Week, did you? See her eye-catching front row style, plus the rest of the week’s celebrity sightings here.

Zendaya at Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear

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5. Roland Mouret is known for his structured body-conscious dresses, so for his 10th anniversary, he returned to the styles that put him on the map, plus added several new silhouettes sure to become just as popular as the originals.

6. It wasn’t only the feminine ruffles and romantic eveningwear Sarah Burton showed at Alexander McQueen that got the fashion world talking—she also sent out a couple of embellished denim looks.

7. If everyone in Paris seemed in a daze today, it might be because they partied a little too hearty at Vogue Paris’s 95th anniversary bash last night. See all the photos here.

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8. From Rihanna to the runway’s top models, find the best snaps outside the shows in Phil Oh’s street-style gallery.

Caroline Issa in a Sacai dress

Photographed by Phil Oh

9. The French might not be known for their manicures, but this nontoxic nail polish has been the talk of the Paris shows. Find out why it’s become the go-to choice for It girls and editors alike.

10. Better learn the name Mathilde Brandi now—the Danish model is about to hit the big time.

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Fashion Pack Gathers for Friday Book Frenzy

LOOKING BOOKISH: If ever there was a doubt that fashion books still have a role to play in the Instagram era, it was quashed last night in Paris as the fashion pack flocked to several launch events for the latest tomes to hit the market.
Colette was the venue for the introduction of “Dior by Avedon” (Rizzoli), written by Justine Picardie and Olivier Saillard, which drew a crowd of guests, including Cressida Bonas, Erin O’Connor, Gaia Repossi, Marisa Berenson and Caroline Vreeland, to the store’s basement.
“Fashion can sometimes seem so transitory, and in a digital age when things disappear in the blink of an eye, to do something that is a physical object like this book, that has real beauty, is also a reminder of how fashion and photography at its greatest can take on the stature of art,” said Picardie, who is editor in chief of Harper’s Bazaar U.K. and the author of several books on fashion.
“There’s a modernity, as well, to these images, in the way he took photography and couture out onto the streets,” she continued. “People talk about street style. Well, Avedon was doing street style in his own very individual way 60 years ago.”
“Books are permanent,

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Everything You Need to Know About Day Five of Paris Fashion Week

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1. At Haider Ackermann guests were treated to a rainbow of vibrant colors, from the lemon yellow of loose cargo pants to the sea blue of a velvet blazer.

 

2. “It’s like an explosion at Lauduree!” exclaimed Haider Ackermann of the multicolor Mohawks at his Spring show, which model Aymeline Valade called “more phoenix than parakeet.”

 

3. Buzz cuts and blazers were the heroes of Jonny Johansson’s spring showing at Acne Studios.

 

4. Activism might have been the name of the game at Vivienne Westwood, but you can’t argue with her embellished blazers or bias-cut dresses.

 

5. It’s hard to say which was bigger at Comme des Garçons: the models’ hair or Rei Kawakubo’s plush creations.

 

6. Guillaume Henry sent out his sophomore effort at Nina Ricci. Romy Schneider and ’90s models were his muses.

7. Speaking of the ’90s, Jean Colonna returned to the Paris schedule with some not-so-basic essentials in luxe fabrications.

8. Are nose rings the new engagement rings? Delfina Delettrez’s latest will make you consider the option.

9. The streets of Paris are just as stylish as the runways—find the proof in Phil Oh’s street style pictures.

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The Best Fashion Instagrams of the Week: Nicki Minaj and More at Fashion Week

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Typically Milan Fashion Week is a serene affair following the frenzy of New York and London—it a time where chic showgoers can even enjoy a leisurely lunch or latte between shows. But as the unremitting stream of our Instagram feed would prove, there was an endless display of color, texture, and OTT fashion behavior in the Italian capital. Nicki Minaj, for one, poured herself into a pink babydoll Givenchy frock to celebrate Givenchy’s Spring 2016 collection; she performed at the A-list affair, and debuted a “pink print” asymmetrical blunt bob for the occasion.

Julia Sarr Jamois was sitting pretty in head-to-toe pink at Gucci, while Rebecca Osei-Baidoo let the fur fly at a market appointment, the buyer wrapping herself up in a Technicolor fur schwarma from Moschino’s Spring 2016 collection. As our favorite follows trickled into Paris, they brought plenty of sartorial drama with them too, what with Sophia Sanchez de Batek packing a Dolce & Gabbana dress peppered with sweet Mother’s Day missives for the ballet, and Michelle Elie enjoying the city’s cafe culture in a full on printed Paco Rabbane. Some things never change.

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Pronovias to Stage First Fashion Show in New York

COMING TO AMERICA: For the first time, Pronovias will stage a New York fashion show, on October 10.
The event at the Park Avenue 583 venue will spotlight the company’s signature collection as well as its Atelier Pronovias label. President and chairman Alberto Palatchi will be on hand, as well as designer Hervé Moreau, who joined the Barcelona-based company in May. The U.S. market is a key one for Pronovias, which has had a Midtown Manhattan store for years. The company caters to brides in more than 105 countries and has become the world’s leader in bridal gowns, with 139 freestanding stores and more than 4,300 points of sale worldwide.
The show is expected to be attended by Whitney Port, Danielle Bernstein, Negin Mirsalehi and Rumi Neely, who have taken the lead on Pronovias’ new It Bride social media project. Port has more than one million Instagram followers, and Bernstein’s We Wore What blog is said to have one million fans. They and the other two bloggers have partnered with four girls for a photo shoot in New York, taking place a few days before the fashion show. The images will be used on the bloggers’ social media as well as Pronovias’.

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BHV Celebrates Men’s Fashion Expansion

MAN’S WORLD: BHV, the Parisian stronghold for hardware and DIY products, and part of Galeries Lafayette Group, threw a cocktail party on Rue des Archives on Wednesday night, where it has transformed an entire city block with shopping and dining attractions skewed to a male clientele.
“There is a sporty side with Nike and Polo sport on one side of the block at Rue du Temple, and a more luxurious side here at Rue des Archives,” said Alexandre Liot, director of BHV.
The upscale conversion began in December 2014, when Moncler moved in. Fendi, Valentino, Givenchy and Gucci followed — all men-only boutiques with design concepts created especially for BHV, mimicking Parisian apartments typical of the area.
Liot said foot traffic has by far exceeded expectations. “There is a very balanced mix between locals and tourists, which is very reassuring. We have managed to keep our store’s specificity and make the offer evolve. Since we opened BHV Homme eight years ago, we have seen a steady progression, especially in the last three years,” he noted, citing an 8 percent uptick in sales in 2014 and another 9 percent so far this year.
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Everything You Need to Know About Day Three of Paris Fashion Week

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The fashion scene was abuzz with the news out of Paris Fashion Week’s third day, from the supermodels on Balmain’s runway to the upside-down ones on Rick Owens’s. Get the scoop on those stories and more here.

 

1. The day started at Chloé, where Clare Waight Keller crafted an ode to women recognizable by one name only: “Kate, Chloé, Cecilia, Corinne, Rosemary, Emma, and Courtney.” The results ranged from rave-ready pants to dreamy day dresses.

 

2. Julien Dossena sent out pieces at Paco Rabanne that played on fashion’s dual obsessions: athleisure and nostalgia. We think they’d fare best at this summer’s music festivals, places where the cool factor is just as important as the comfort one.

 

 

3. Olivier Rousteing presented a slinky safari at Balmain today that culminated in a series of cascading ruffles.

4. At Balmain, Sam McKnight readied Rousteing’s army with bombshell ponytails, telling Vogue.com, “She’s sexy, yes, but she’s really more of a warrior.”

 

Diplo and Travis Scott at Balmain Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear

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5. Behold, the week’s most exciting star snaps, including the unlikely pairing of Diplo and Travis Scott at Balmain.

 

 

6. Rick Owens, Paris’s resident fashion philosopher, offered a treatise of women’s strength, harnessing models together for their march out. Oh, and there was some relatable ready-to-wear, too.

 

 

7. There was a certain “greatest hits” mood at Alber Elbaz’s Spring collection for Lanvin, with reworkings of the themes he knows and loves: deconstruction, sequins, loose glamour, and the house of Lanvin itself.

8. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself reaching for the bobby pins and bows this weekend. Guido Palau’s artfully messed chignons at Lanvin were as charming as Elbaz’s clothes.

 

Kevin Systrom, Alessandro Michele, and Anna Wintour

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9. Phoebe, Alessandro, Donatella, and more turned out for Vogue’s dinner in honor of Instagram’s Kevin Systrom.

 

10. Prints are ruling the streets of Paris. See the best street style looks in our exclusive photos by Phil Oh.

 

10. From DHL tees to velvet midi dresses, Vetements’s Spring collection covered a lot of ground. Mixed in with the oversize blazers and shrunken corsets was plenty for the brand’s cool-kid customer to fawn over.

11. Just because Gosha Rubchinskiy doesn’t show a women’s collection doesn’t mean he can’t make an appearance at Paris Fashion Week. The Russian designer tried his hand at modeling, opening the Vetements show.

 

12. Get a closer look at The Row’s one-off presentation at the Château de Courances, complete with live music and plenty of French fare.

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Eiffel Tower Explodes in Color for Fashion Week

COLOR CHART: Sparkles on the hour weren’t enough for the fashion crowd. So on Wednesday night, the Eiffel tower lit up in an array of colorful animations to mark Paris Fashion Week, an initiative of mayor Anne Hidalgo.
“We use the Eiffel very rarely, only for planetary-size events,” said the politician, who wore a Dior coat. “It’s the commitment of the city, and of the industry of fashion.” She plans to reprise the illuminations every season.
“Paris is backing its designers and fashion. It is a magnificent sector that employs many people and make people dream,” she added.
Inès de la Fressange, Puig fashion chief Ralph Toledano, Dior’s Sidney Toledano, Chanel’s Bruno Pavlovsky and Saint Laurent’s Francesca Bellettini were among fashion folk who helped push the button during a ceremony at the foot of the 1889 metal structure.
Agnès Troublé, the designer behind the agnès b. label and a longtime supporter of Hidalgo, was sporting a dress she designed bearing a photo print of the Eiffel Tower.
“I love the sparkles — one of the most inspiring things France ever did,” said Christian Lacroix, who has been holed up at the Comédie-Française for an upcoming production of “Roméo et Juliette,” directed by Éric Ruf.
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International Designers Set Up Showrooms for Paris Fashion Week

PARIS — Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen aren’t the only out-of-town designers with Paris on their mind. Czech, Chinese, German and Belgian creators, among others, set up showrooms to attract international attention during Paris Fashion Week.
The French fashion’s governing body dubs the designers coming as far afield as China, Finland, Austria and Great Britain as “Les Bienvenus à Paris” (“The Welcome to Paris”).
Paris has always appreciated talented non-French designers — think Raf Simons at Dior, Phoebe Philo at Céline, the fashion collective behind Vêtements or Sacai’s Chitose Abe — who show in Paris.
The Row slipped a presentation into the already-packed Paris calendar on the first day of the season, giving a strong signal that Paris is more than ever a huge draw.
Around 50,000 professionals flow into the City of Light for its fashion week.
“Paris is a lab to discover [talents]….Paris is to fashion what Silicon Valley is to new technologies,” said Serge Carreira, a lecturer at Sciences Po Paris.
Pre Helsinki, an event aiming to raise awareness of Finnish designers, returns to Paris for its third installment. Satu Maaranen, the platform’s cofounder and creative director and a past Hyères winner, explained: “Paris is the most important area to be represented in, in

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Everything You Need to Know About Day Two of Paris Fashion Week

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It’s safe to say that a little glitz has made its way to Paris Fashion Week. It was there in the crystal trimming at Maison Margiela, the sequin embellishment at Dries Van Noten, and—most of all—the gilded affair held in the Tuileries by Pat McGrath and Vogue.com to celebrate the launch of her first product, a shimmering gold pigment. Catch up on all that news and more from the City of Light, below.

 

1. In between the shows, Pat McGrath and Vogue took over the Tuileries offering golden makeovers to lucky guests. Among the revelers were Bella Hadid, Stella Maxwell, and Jamie Bochert.

2. But before McGrath hit the Tuileries, she crafted a space-age silvery look at Maison Margiela.

 

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3. But what of the Margiela looks? John Galliano sent out one of his most commercially viable collections yet, with cropped blazers, ankle-length skirts, and plenty of accessories. That isn’t to say it wasn’t an artful trip through his many inspirations, from ’50s ladies to Japanese geishas.

4. Galliano’s bias-cut skirts at Maison Margiela know no gender. Meet the male models who strutted out on the designer’s catwalk.

 

5. With flowy blouses printed with phrases lifted from Paul Nougé poems (“Je suis belle on me l’a dit” appeared on a roomy blouse), the Lemaire woman was feeling good this season. Perhaps because, as one editor confided, she was planning on dropping $ 1,000 on pieces from the brand’s Uniqlo collab.

 

6. One can always count on Dries Van Noten for a phantasmagoria of color and print, but this season was really something. Inspired by women of impeccable—and adventurous—personal style like Madonna and Peggy Guggenheim, the designer sent out swirling furniture prints, sequin embellished jackets, and semi-transparent turtlenecks that added a surreal styling twist.

 

7. “Location, location, location!” goes the adage about New York City real estate, and as two New Yorkers, Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen must know it well. They chose a château outside Paris to stage a show for their top clientele, presenting their shirred chiffon minidresses and flowing caftans against a romantic scene.

 

8. What Virgil Abloh does with the simple inspiration of jeans and a T-shirt at Off-White is anything but basic. See the designer’s latest in experimentation here.

 

9. Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant’s debut at Courrèges focused on updated permutations of the Courrèges classics.

 

Pernilel Teisbaek in an Anne Vest coat and Céline shoes

Photographed by Phil Oh

10. Find out what’s up on the streets of Paris in Phil Oh’s street style slideshow.

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Taylor, who won the Gold Coast Fashion Award in 2014, flew in for the occasion before heading off to Paris Fashion Week. “It’s such an honor. It’s very important when philanthropy and fashion find a way to support each other,” Taylor said. “I support many Canadian hospitals and try to bring the collection to Toronto. There’s something interesting about being able to support pediatric research in Chicago.”
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The spring New York collections officially ended with a bang on Thursday night, not at a show — though Marc Jacobs came close — but with Madonna.
It had been a long fashion week, front-loaded with tentpole events, like Givenchy’s epic production at Pier 26; landmark anniversaries (Alexander Wang, Phillip Lim), and lavish parties for everyone from Riccardo Tisci to Rihanna.
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