• News

    Paige Reddinger | September 15, 2014

    Burberry Spring 2015

    It was all about the birds and the bees chez Burberry this season, but if you think that means this collection was all about sex, think again. Instead it was about rebirth and perhaps a bit about taking flight. Now that Christopher Bailey is not only the brand’s creative director, but also the newly minted

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  • News

    Paige Reddinger | September 15, 2014

    Erdem Spring 2015

    Very few do the flora and fauna thing better than Erdem. Against a backdrop of tropical plants at London’s Selfridges hotel, Erdem Moralioglu paraded outstanding pieces like a figure fitting ankle-length dress adorned with appliqué palm fronds (this came in a few variations) and floral appliqué with tufts of navy feathers that sprouted throughout the pattern, which

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  • News

    Paige Reddinger | September 15, 2014

    Jean Paul Gaultier Bids Adieu To Ready-To-Wear

    Legendary designer Jean Paul Gaultier has decided to stop producing both his women’s and men’s RTW collections. The 62-year-old designer will be devoting himself to couture, special projects, and the brand’s ultimate bread and butter, the Jean Paul Gaultier perfume business. The decision, made by Gaultier and Puig executives, will affect roughly 36 employees. “For some time,

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  • Chic Report

    Watch Tom Ford’s Spring 2015 Show, Streaming Here!
    Alexandra Ilyashov | September 15, 2014

    Watch Tom Ford’s Spring 2015 Show, Streaming Here!

    Ready to obsess over Tom Ford‘s latest looks? The designer’s Spring 2015 show, which happened in London at 2 p.m. EST today, is streaming right here in case you missed all the chic action. Who doesn’t want an afternoon dose of Mr. Ford?

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  • News

    Paige Reddinger | September 15, 2014

    Roksanda Spring 2015

    Roksanda Ilincic devised color-saturated looks for Spring: Pastels juxtaposed with primary colors and crisp blacks gave the garments a three-dimensional appearance, no 3-D glasses necessary. Sharply tailored shapes, one of Ilincic’s signatures, keep things classy. A few highlights: an orangey-red below the knee sheath was speckled with enormous blue polka dots, a blushing pink boxy short-sleeved top

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  • News

    Paige Reddinger | September 15, 2014

    Marchesa Spring 2015

    Marchesa has never fallen short in terms of texture, and this spring season was no different. Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig created looks adorned in flowers, lace, and even added some very intricate bird prints into the mix. All of the detailing and romanticism made for a fairy tale-inspired collection. This marked the 10-year anniversary of Marchesa, and a

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  • News

    Paige Reddinger | September 15, 2014

    Neiman Marcus Acquires MyTheresa.com

    More bold moves at Neiman Marcus: The luxury retailer has announced that it has acquired luxury e-tailer MyTheresa.com. The Munich-based site founded by husband and wife duo Christoph and Susanne Botschen is a competitor to luxury e-tailers like Net-A-Porter, MatchesFashion, The Corner, and other global online retailers in the luxury space. The site currently and does around $130 million

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  • Media

    Dena Silver | September 15, 2014

    Encore, Encore! Did You Devour The Latest Daily Media?

    Bonjour, chicettes! Between all those runway recaps and street style snaps, did you forget to catch up on your Daily Media fix? We don’t blame you. It’s recap time! So, who’s the shocking new editor-in-chief at Maxim? Which publishers played musical chairs at Condé Nast? Where did Refinery29 find their new senior beauty editor? Which fashionettes at WSJ.

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  • Chic Report

    Alexandra Ilyashov | September 15, 2014

    Chloë Sevigny Shows Her Latest Opening Ceremony Collection Over Lunch, Avec Bon Appétit

    What’s the perfect addition to the last day of NYFW’s important but sparse show sched? A delectable family-style lunch whipped up by chef Carlo Mirarchi of Roberta’s in Bushwick, dished up in the always awe-inducing Refectory at the High Line Hotel. Such was the setting for Chloë Sevigny‘s showing of her Spring collection for Opening

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  • Media

    Dena Silver | September 15, 2014

    NYLON Taps Preetma Singh As Market Director

    As soon as fashion month wraps, NYLON will welcome a new member to their team: Preetma Singh has been tapped as the glossy’s new market director, The Daily can exclusively report. The street style fave will join the team on October 1. Singh succeeds Rachael Wang, who left NYLON on August 13th to join Style.com as fashion market director, following Marina Larroude‘s

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  • News

    Eddie Roche | September 15, 2014

    Spring Preview: Max Mara Edition

    We know Autumn has barely cracked opened its eyes, but anybody down for some Spring 411? Today, Max Mara announced a partnership with the Whitney Museum of American Art as the sponsor of their opening party at a TBD date this Spring. The brand and museum have partnered on numerous events in the past, including

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  • News

    Eddie Roche | September 15, 2014

    Teen Beat! With Colton Haynes

    One staple during NYFW is seeing teen idol Colton Haynes, who now seems to turn up every season without fail to sit for a few shows. This season we spotted him at Dennis Basso (where, gasp, he basically went unnoticed before the show) and Ovadia & Sons. The Arrow and Teen Wolf star is always

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  • News

    Dena Silver | September 15, 2014

    Yoana Baraschi’s World

    Yoana Baraschi is the ultimate creative force. The designer adores photography and has recently been dabbling in the hair and makeup realm. It’s beautiful, isn’t it? BY DENA SILVER What does Coterie mean to your brand? This is my 12th year showing there, and over the years I’ve found that it’s really an opportunity to

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  • Chic Report

    Eddie Roche | September 15, 2014

    (Alan) Cumming Write Up

    Fashion favorite Alan Cumming stars in The Good Wife by day and Broadway’s Cabaret by night. As if his schedule wasn’t already bursting at the seams, he’s also just penned his first memoir, Not My Father’s Son, out next month. It’s a deeply personal book about his turbulent childhood in Scotland. He tells us why

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  • Editor picks

    Dena Silver | September 15, 2014

    Knit Novelty

    WHAT: Opening Ceremony Felted Single Zip Crewneck in Cobalt WHY: Who says cold times call for drab colors? Not the folks at Opening Ceremony. They’ve got a cobalt ribbed knit sweater that’ll  do wonders for redefining chilly weather standard hues. The rich shade gets an edgy touch from an asymmetrical zipper detail and accompanying jagged hem, which

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  • News

    Dena Silver | September 15, 2014

    Links of The Daily

    Your morning dose of chic intel has arrived. Read on for today’s Links of The Daily… Vivienne Westwood Says ‘Yes’ To Scottish Independence The politically outspoken designer issues a passionate call for Scottish independence East Meets West With The 2o15 Costume Institute China’s influence on fashion through the ages is on deck

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  • Fashion Media Awards

    Daniel Chivu | September 14, 2014

    Chic Video Alert! Inside The Daily’s Fashion Media Awards

    If you didn’t get an invite to our second annual Fashion Media Awards at the new Park Hyatt, but want to get a peek into what the industry’s hautest fashion influencers and icons had to say, watch the video here to see all of the speeches in full. From Tom Ford presenting the award for Fashion Creative of

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  • News

    Dena Silver | September 14, 2014

    Pure Jeanius With 3×1′s Scott Morrison

    For the finest denim in all the land, New Yorkers have been heading to 3×1 in Soho to stock up on custom threads and bespoke pairs since 2011. What makes this jeans purveyor the crème de la crème? Founder Scott Morrison walks us through the empire he’s built on the blues. BY DENA SILVER You’ve

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  • Runway

    Daniel Chivu | September 12, 2014

    Calvin Klein Spring 2015

    Red, white, and blue! What could possibly be more American? At Calvin Klein, Francisco Costa delivered a figure-elongating collection of knitwear and leather, both of which are increasingly important categories for designers. Few do it better than Costa at New York Fashion Week. Knitwear took shape as long sweater dresses worn over pants and skirts, a trend

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  • Runway

    Alexandra Ilyashov | September 12, 2014

    Marc Jacobs Spring 2015

    A spiffy take on uniform dressing was Marc Jacobs‘ M.O. for Spring. This season, Stefan Beckman built a to-scale Pepto pink house in the middle of his new location, the Park Avenue Armory—a bit fancier than his usual Armory location, a few dozen blocks south—and provided Beats by Dre headphones filled (at very full volume!) with music director

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