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Latest Entries Sunday, August 31st 2014

The dream of owning a piece of Oscar de la Renta just became closer to becoming a reality.

Art as practiced by M/M (Paris) is a cumulative affair, spreading from medium to medium in a process of endless expansion.

Jose Guizar has put together a new creative project titled “Windows of New York”, a weekly fix of an obsession that has been developed by the designer since he was put in our town.

This Sunday at 11am EST, Bloginity’s own Alexander Patino will join Jay Strut and Bag Snob on an epic Google+ hangout with Paul Surridge, creative director of Z Zegna.

The weather may not have been in Marc Jacob’s favor, but that didn’t stop him from mounting what would be New York Fashion Week’s piece de resistance.

Burberry conjures up a very specific image, a classic, British image. Bailey’s job is to meld that image with something new—season in and season out.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then you’ve just read 11,000 of them. A novella of sorts. This story has to count for more, once you see how Corrado Dalco perfectly captures the vibrant Ilaria Pozzi. It’s difficult to focus.

This exaggeration in design is probably the most visually noticeable, but look more closely and you’ll see the detail. And oh the detail Valli does.

Featuring the superb Katie Stelmanis of Austra, “Save Me” is the first single from Hervé’s forthcoming album, ‘The Art Of Disappearing’, out March 4th on Cheap Thrills.

Jean Paul Gaultier created a re-edition line featuring some of his favorite and most iconic pieces from over the years. His pre-fall 2013 designs feature “classic” pieces that have been updated to make them more wearable and workable.

Dear Stranger (1998-2000) is a highly self-conscious study in photographic voyeurism.

Cushnie et Ochs cite pilgrims and the Salem witch trials as inspirations for their FW 2013 collection, but their signature provocation stayed wholly intact.

For her third haute couture show, Donatella Versace strikes an unprecedented chord: luxurious daywear – front and center.

In the past twenty years, design has branched out in new directions, galvanizing young practitioners, sparking novel business models, and attracting worldwide attention.

Emporio Armani managed to create a not-so-future futuristic look Fall. Managing to strike an almost unfathomable mix of pragmatism with a hint of the future, the pieces utilize a mix of textures, sheens, and colors.

Having models slowly but deliberately make their way around and around to show off Lucio Castro’s primary color fueled collection.

Peter Dundas had had enough. In Emilio Pucci’s fall 2013 ready-to-wear collection, blues, tans, and whites fluttered down the runway in a plethora of fabrics and textures soothing the malaise of winter.

Historically the only rival to royal families in opulence could be the ecclesial world of yesteryear, which is what Burton used as inspiration for the Alexander McQueen ready-to-wear fall 2013 collection.

Giles manages to somehow combine all three into a beautiful showing of flowy Edwardian gowns mixed with elements of the darker side of fashion.

Subtlety and Versace go together like pickles and peanut butter. One doesn’t wear Versace to blend in, nor does one eat P&P for a bland sandwich.

Menswear can be very tricky. Walking a fine line of pushing the design creatively enough while still remaining functional enough to make people want to buy and wear the clothes.

Fabien Castanier Gallery is proud to present All You Can Eat, solo exhibition by Tilt.

Giorgio Armani shows his take on the athletic trend sweeping the runway.

Ranging from an armored gauntlet in a First World War poster by Ludwig Hohlwein to glistening talons advertising Japanese nail polish in the 1980s, the disembodied hands in this exhibition salute, menace, manipulate, and caress.

Cacharel cancelled their February runway show at Paris Fashion Week. Having announced a brand repositioning in November 2012, the news isn’t too shocking.