The legendary Italian fashion house, Moschino, has just revamped their website, Moschino.com.
Alice Dellal, the half-shaven up-and-comer is officially the face of Chanel’s new androgynous and sleek accessories collection, Boy Chanel.
After so much talk and all the rumors, the first image from Givenchy’s spring 2012 campaign has finally washed on shore.
Don’t be fooled by the nods to Noir comic book action bubbles, Phillip Lim designed some serious clothes for pre-fall.
Those amazing blazers, parkas, and leather jackets in grey putty, olives, and ink-blacks were at once effortless and captivating to the eye.
Never known to shy away from prints or color, Thakoon Panichgul added a third element to his repertoire for pre-fall. Texture.
Where Pre-fall for DKNY seemed a bit static, maybe even uncomfortably commercial, Donna Karan Collection reaffirmed Karan’s place among America’s most forward-thinking designers.
Few designers have mastered the art of understated elegance. For Carolina Herrera it’s become a lifestyle. Carolina made it clear that pre-fall was a continuation of spring, which was jam packed with prints, color, and embellishment.
Overall this was a collection about trends and vast selection, which is probably just what retailers have prescribed.
Fendi girl is all grown up, apparently. There were no wild colors, radical silhouettes, no frills -well, save for the use of folded organza as an appliqué for some pencil skirts and a few of the evening looks.
Pre-fall 2012 for Burberry Prorsum was almost too cute for words, but Bailey kept things interesting, creating a nice juxtaposition between the cutesy Tootsie pop owl-screened pullovers and the course militaristic tailoring that’s become the house’s trademark.
After a romping spring 2012 collection replete with bustling couture skirts and grungy lace t-shirts and crop tops, Oscar de la Renta took it back to basics reminding us all that he’s the American master of both high-drama and understated elegance.
Pre-fall for Michael Kors channeled all the characteristic sexiness found in an American Western saloon.
What was set to be Karlie Kloss’ biggest break since being selected at John Galliano’s muse, has just been cut by one. Image that is.
Riding on the coat tails of international brands like Christian Dior and Vivienne Westwood, prestigious modeling network Elite Model Management is setting their sights eastward. To Shanghai to be exact.
After an apparently successful push to harness the moneymaking power of digital and mobile-friendly content, David Carey, expects the company will have more than 1 million paying digital subscribers by the end of 2012.
Kyle Anderson, Marie Claire’s new Accessories Director, is no stranger to change. He actually embraces it.
Larrisa Bond is full of surprises. You may remember her from the pages of Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour, and both American and Russian Vogue during the true era of the super model, but her latest venture — a full line of gender specific and unisex fine jewelry – is an incredibly impressive accomplishment on its own.
Thanks to news leaking last night that H&M has chosen Consuelo Castiglioni, Creative Director of Marni, to design their next capsule collection, we can all now looks back and laugh at all the hubbub that was created over the Tom Ford speculations.
As if Naomi Campbell needed another reason for us to worship her, she’s now the editor-at-large for the brand-new German and Russian editions of Interview.
Stella McCartney is no stranger to athletic wear or a little blood, sweat, and tears for that matter. Next year will probably be her busiest year yet.
Marc Jacobs is the latest designer to have an exhibition of his work as a central focus in a museum. Jacobs joins an esteemed bunch of designers—the late Alexander McQueen, Jean Paul Gaultier, Madame Grès, the Japanese avant-gardists— who’ve all recently had major exhibitions dedicated to their work.
The 23-year-old designed a small capsule collection for Emporio Armani including two T-shirts, two pairs of jeans, lingerie sets, a black leather motorcycle jacket, and a bucket-backpack in canvas with vegan leather trim.
Russian supermodel Sasha Pivovarova has just released a line of lingerie and lounge wear in collaboration with GAP Body.
Was that Gisele Bündchen spotted on a beach in Jamaica shooting Givenchy’s spring 2012 campaign? Many fashion insiders seem to think so, but the House has yet to comment.