Plenty of brands have adopted the see now, buy now model first started by industry giant Burberry. In layman’s terms, that means you can buy any look as soon as it’s stepped off the runway. No more waiting for six months until it hits stores. This season, the likes of Topshop Unique, Christopher Kane and Tommy Hilfiger (in collaboration with Gigi Hadid natch) have made their designs available to buy straight away.
Marc Jacobs’ AW17 show was one of the most diverse in New York. The Fashion Spot‘s biannual diversity report has just been released, revealing what really happened on the AW17 New York runways. Overall, 31.5% of model castings featured non-white models which is an increase (albeit a small one) compared to last season.
Shorts and sandals may still feel like a distant dream, but, on planet fashion, we’re already talking about next autumn/winter. So why not get not one, but two steps ahead of the game? We’ve swiped these nifty styling hacks straight from the Fashion Week catwalks. And the best bit? Most of them won’t cost you a penny. Wear Two Coats Feeling the chill? Rejoice, because the likes of Tome and Thakoon have officially made the double coat a thing. ...
In contrast to his usual #NYFW spectacles, Marc Jacobs’s show at NYC's Park Avenue Armory was so minimalist many attendees didn't even realize when it started. Guests included Frances Bean Cobain (the face of Marc Jacobs's Spring 2017 campaign), Katy Perry, Zosia Mamet, Lil Kim, Mandy Moore, Lottie Moss, and Amanda Peet.
On Thursday, hundreds gathered in New York’s Grand Central Terminal to honor the late Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta, whom the U.S. Postal Service commemorated on a series of stamps. Hillary Clinton, Anna Wintour, Michael Bloomberg, and Anderson Cooper all took the stage to share heartfelt remembrances of de la Renta while simultaneously broadcasting messages of inclusion. Hillary Clinton attends the Oscar de la Renta Forever Stamp dedication ceremony at Grand Central Terminal on Feb. 16 in New York City.
Kanye West debuted Adidas Yeezy Season 5 on Wednesday, and while the sneaker-clothing collaboration was declared low-key and understated, Kim Kardashian’s head-to-toe purple outfit stood out.
Michael Kors is one of the big shows of NYFW, so you expect a big crowd — and he did not disappoint this time. Emily Ratajkowski, Amanda Peet, Blake Lively … A gaggle of fashion fashion gals showed, including Margaret Zhang, Aimee Song, and Gala Gonzalez. Kendall Jenner closed the show in a strapless fringed gown with sequin embroidery.
Diverse casting, in both race and body type, seems to have hit an all-time high at New York Fashion Week.
Too many of us believe that to jump aboard the midriff-baring trend, that midriff better be taut, slim or barely there.
Since Stuart Vevers took the helm as creative director of Coach in 2013, he’s been able to imbue new life and vitality into the 75-year-old American heritage brand. This season’s fall/winter 2017 collection continues to play off of the British designer’s approach to injecting a cool and edgy sensibility into the household label. Coach’s signature shearling jackets, leather moto jackets, bohemian-style dresses, and of course highly coveted leather bags were all firmly present in this collection inspired by New York City meets the prairie.
Fashion Week for Victoria Beckham has become a family affair. Her husband, former soccer star David Beckham, brought their children from Los Angeles to New York City to support the mom of four during her Fashion Week show and to see the city’s sights.
Unsurprisingly, this year's New York Fashion Week has been the most politically charged fashion week in recent history. Everyone from emerging designers to industry stalwarts have participated in their own versions of political activism, featuring slogan T-shirts on runways and providing Planned Parenthood support pins to showgoers.
The AW17 season has kicked off. The A-listers were out in full force for New York and London Fashion Week and now it’s Paris’ turn.
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Kylie Jenner almost pulled it off. The Lip Kit queen of Calabasas had managed a deceptively stealth entrance at the Alexander Wang show, partly because of her new shaggy haircut, and partly because the place — a ramshackle former concert hall in Harlem — was already packed with wall-to-wall fashion kids. Alas, Tyga blew her cover, because wearing an acid yellow fuzzy coat tends to do that. As the duo were pushed by bouncers towards the front of the room, interns and assistants finally realized King Kylie was in their midst, and mayhem ensued. Not that it wasn’t already nuts in there. ...
Who shows up early for a fashion show, I thought? Of course, there were actual celebs there, too — major ones like Kylie Jenner and Debbie Harry and dear God the fact that I just named those two in the same breath hurts my heart.
Kendall Jenner has never been shy about her body. In fact, her first ever catwalk appearance for Marc Jacobs’ AW14 show saw the 21-year-old model wearing a see-through top.
On Wednesday, Tommy Hilfiger hosted its second Tommy x Gigi show, “TommyLand,” set up like a modern-day music festival in Venice Beach, Calif. Eschewing a traditional runway show for the second season, Hilfiger opted for a “See now, buy now” collection. Model and branding powerhouse Gigi Hadid helped collaborate on the project, stamping her name on everything from bomber jackets to sneakers.
The controversy surrounding Kanye West never ends. The CFDA (which is New York’s equivalent of the British Fashion Council) organises the schedule each year and has spoken out about the star’s refusal to comply. “Once again, CFDA was not approached or consulted about the possibility of Kanye West showing on the official New York Fashion Week schedule.
Delpozo’s spring 2017 show was titled “Luminosity,” and the label’s creative director says the collection was inspired by Spain’s “master of light” painter Joaquín Sorolla and Korean-American artist Soo Sunny Park’s installations.