Cushnie Et Ochs Fall/Winter 2016
Highlights from the Cushnie Et Ochs Fall/Winter 2016 collection.
Nicole Miller Fall/Winter 2016
The theme for Nicole Miller’s Fall ’16 show was, to say the least, fitting for the impending weather in NYC: Nordic chic (“You can blame me for the weather,” Miller told us). Amid an ice sculpture and a chill-inducing fog-filled runway, models paraded along in a medley of fur coats and hats and Scandinavian-inspired prints
Alexander Wang on World Domination
Alexander Wang has replanted his roots in New York after a buzzy three-year run at Balenciaga. What’s the latest on his plans for world domination? Over tea at The Roxy, he laid out his game. Welcome home. I actually was just in Paris last week, but I’m back in New York most of the time.
The Daily Media Issue Is Here!
The Daily’s media issue debuts today, with the one and only Alex Wang (a.k.a. Alexander the Great) and mod Lexi Boling on the cover. Inside, Wang tells us what’s next (world domination?) after Balenciaga. And you simply can’t miss the must-read media dish in our exclusive with The Posts’s Keith Kelly on the industry meltdown, as well as reflections on Details’ heyday with Dan Peres and the scoop on Vogue
Dion Lee Fall/Winter 2016
Highlights from the Dion Lee Fall/Winter 2016 collection.
Lacoste Fall/Winter 2016
Highlights from the Lacoste Fall/Winter 2016 collection.
Monse Fall/Winter 2016
Highlights from the Monse Fall/Winter 2016 collection.
Sophie Theallet Fall/Winter 2016
Highlights from the Sophie Theallet Fall/Winter 2016 collection.
Too Sexy For His Shirt! Meet Paul Margolin
Of your Daily’s many Instagram obsessions, none has captured our attention quite like the feed of Paul Margolin (follow him @PaulMargolin). The oft-shirtless president of Marc Bouwer explains why he’s willing to bare (almost) all. Let’s be professional. How long have you been at Marc Bouwer? Since 1990. Marc and I met through friends at a
Rihanna Debuts FentyxPuma for Fall 2016
Rihanna debuted her much-anticipated collection for Puma last night to a very hyped-up crowd at a venue on Wall Street. The FentyxPuma collection (by Rihanna a.k.a Robyn Fenty) is slated to drop in stores in October, and we hear the prices will be relatively affordable (in the $160 to $190 range) with the exception of the fur pieces, which