• Chic Report

    Eddie Roche | May 5, 2015

    15 Things You Don’t Know About Aliza Licht

       If the fashion biz was a school, it’s pretty safe to say that Aliza Licht would be one of the most popular girls in the class. When Twitter started gaining buzz, she was one of the first to jump on board, creating the anonymous @DKNYPRGIRL account before eventually revealing herself to her massive following.

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    Eddie Roche | May 4, 2015

    Anna Ewers Nabs Her First British Vogue Cover

    Another score for Anna Ewers, who grabbed her first British Vogue cover for their June issue with a Patrick Demarchelier-lensed shot. The German mod gets the celeb treatment with an interview with the mag’s fashion features editor, Laura Weir. (Ewers’ name is MIA on the cover.) The issue also features Kate Moss and Freja Beha Erichsen in Marrakesh, and

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    Dena Silver | May 4, 2015

    André Leon Talley Will Present Vivienne Westwood With A Lifetime Achievement Award At SCAD

    The fashionable path from London, England to Savannah, Georgia might not be a straight line, but that’s not stopping Vivienne Westwood. The rebellious designer will stop by the charming Southern town on May 15th to receive Savannah College of Art and Design’s André Leon Talley Lifetime Achievement Award. Talley will present the award to Dame Westwood,

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    Eddie Roche | May 4, 2015

    Nicola Formichetti Reveals The Next Big Thing In Social Media

    Arrive late to the Instagram train? Nicola Formichetti, who was an early adopter on the social media scene, covers the latest issue of AdWeek and tips us off to the next big thing. “At South by Southwest, the big topic was Meerkat and Periscope, which blew me away,” he tell them. “I got so excited.

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    Alexandra Ilyashov | May 4, 2015

    Anna Wintour Tells New York About Skipping ‘Mad Men’, Rooting For Hillary, And More

    Just in time for the Met Ball, the glitzy event’s high priestess, Anna Wintour, chatted with New York‘s Amy LaRocca, and all sorts of tasty morsels resulted. Wintour was shot by Annie Leibovitz for the story. We’ve picked out a couple juicy bits below that piqued our interest. Other takeaways: her dad’s ‘Chilly Charlie’ nickname was unwarranted, according to AW; she doesn’t

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    Dena Silver | May 4, 2015

    The Daily Roundup: Kendall Jenner Survives A Drone Attack, Armani’s Own Museum

    Your midday dose of chic intel has arrived. Read on for The Daily Front Row‘s roster of must-read tidbits…   Kendall Jenner’s Face Recovers From A Drone Attack Her Calvin Klein billboard was vandalized in a very modern manner Armani Is Setting Up Its Own Museum With 600 Outfits It’s part of the

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  • Media

    Dena Silver | May 4, 2015

    Encore, Encore! Have You Devoured The Latest Daily Media?

    Last week was packed with plenty of buzzy media moves, all of which we chronicled in The Daily Media. So, which editor-in-chief is bidding adieu soon? And which publisher parted ways with a top fashion glossy? Which Style.com staffers are heading out? Who did ELLE Decor add to the masthead? What changes took place at Refinery29? Which

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  • Chic Report

    Zachary Weiss | May 4, 2015

    A Crew of Jet Set New Yorkers Ship Off to Paraguay

    A plane full of chic folks jetted off Asuncion, Paraguay, for a week full of festivities celebrating the opening of Maison Boggiani. The luxury destination opened by Belen Vierci, a fixture on the South American social scene, flaunted a slew of new brands which haven’t yet tapped into the continent’s growing luxury market. It-girl moguls Olivia

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    Peter Davis | May 4, 2015

    The Daily Davis: The Beautiful People’s Boxing Club

    On Saturday, Overthrow New York boxing club was packed with pretty people who like to slug, jab, and punch. At Overthrow’s opening, guests like Miguel, Alexandra Richards, Brandee Brown, Ruby Aldridge, Flour Shop’s Amirah Kassem, photographer Jeremy Kost, creative director Ruba Abu-Nimah, model Morgan O’Connor, Kathy Grayson, Heron Preston, May Kwok, Chrissie Miller, and Ashley Smith guzzled

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    The Daily Front Row | May 1, 2015

    Donatella Versace Dishes To Alina Cho About The Met Ball, Madonna, And More

    Last night, Donatella Versace joined Alina Cho at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to discuss fashion and the arts, as part of Cho’s series, “The Atelier With Alina Cho”. During the chat, the iconic designer hinted at her Met Ball frock, what it’s like to be the new face of Givenchy, and her friendship with Lady

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    Eddie Roche | May 1, 2015

    FIT Celebrates The Future

    “How’d you like the show?” Calvin Klein Collection’s Francisco Costa asked us last night after the FIT Future of Fashion Show. “Amazing, right?” No kidding. The graduating class of 2015 presented 72 store ready looks including 9 critic award-winning looks in children’s wear, intimate apparel, knitwear, special occasion, and sportswear. Color us impressed. Each year

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  • Chic Report

    Dena Silver | May 1, 2015

    Rag & Bone And Solé Bicycles Offer A Chic Way To Cruise Around L.A.

    This week, Rag & Bone got a new set of wheels, and they debuted them in Venice Beach with a very West Coast soirée. The brand’s managing partners, David Neville and Marcus Wainwright, mingled with 200 or so guests to unveil their collaboration with Solé Bicycles, a local brand that offers a sleek lineup of single and set speed

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    Dena Silver | May 1, 2015

    The Daily Roundup: Cara Gets Banned, Cathy’s Thoughts On Suzy

    Your midday dose of chic intel has arrived. Read on for The Daily Front Row‘s roster of must-read tidbits…  Cara Delevingne’s Tom Ford Ad Gets Banned The campaign for Black Orchid can’t be shown within 100 meters of any schools in the U.K. Cathy Horyn: You Just Have To Say What You Think

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  • Media

    Dena Silver | May 1, 2015

    The Daily Media: 34 Moves To Discuss

    Mieke ten Have, formerly home editor at Vogue, has been named design editor-at-large at ELLE Décor. Eva Chen, formerly editor-in-chief at Lucky, will be leaving the publication. Rachael Wang, formerly fashion market editor at Style.com, has left the publication. Noah Johnson, formerly deputy editor at Style.com, has left the publication. Caitlin Brody, formerly associate entertainment editor at Glamour,

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    Alexandra Ilyashov | May 1, 2015

    Fitness Dossier, Vol. 8: SWERVE

    Our Fitness Dossiers—endorphin-addled explorations of all those super-chicly branded, sometimes quizzically named boutique fitness haute spots around town—hopefully get you through that mid-week malaise caused by “hump day” . This week, instead of a Wednesday dose of exercise inspiration, we’ve got a special TGIF edition of the series. Who doesn’t need a little motivation to

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    Dena Silver | April 30, 2015

    Eva Chen Is Leaving Lucky

    Lucky‘s beloved editor-in-chief, Eva Chen, is leaving the publication. Lucky Group president Gillian Gorman Round is also rumored to be leaving the company, according to WWD , and the print magazine may be axed. Chen took to Twitter with an eight-part tweet to address the news of her departure: She also posted on Instagram: This morning I made the extremely

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    Eddie Roche | April 30, 2015

    Zac Posen Gets Yet Another Job

    Delta, Delta, Delta, Zac can help ya, help ya, help ya. Perpetually busy designer Zac Posen is getting into the airline biz with Delta Air Lines. Posen will whip up a uniform collection for their flight attendants and airport customer service agents, while advising on the uniform project for their ramp and ground support agents,

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    Alexandra Ilyashov | April 30, 2015

    Cavalli Sold To Private Equity Firm Clessidra SGR

    A major investment chez Roberto Cavalli: Private equity firm Clessidra SGR SpA has acquired 90 percent of the label. The designer will retain the remaining 10 percent of his company. “I am extremely satisfied to have signed this agreement with an Italian partner which, I am sure, will further develop what I have built in a lifetime,” Cavalli said

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    Dena Silver | April 30, 2015

    The Assistant Files, Vol. 65: Rosey Vaughan, Patricia Field

    In our latest installment of The Assistant Files, we chatted up Patricia Field‘s right-hand gal, Rosey Vaughan, who’s got the kind of colorful tales from the trenches that you’d probably expect from working avec Field. Plus, Vaughan has got a pretty great story about getting into the biz in the first place (it involves a church encounter). Read on

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    Peter Davis | April 30, 2015

    The Daily Davis: YSL, Exposed

    Last night, The Cinema Society, W, and Louis XII Cognac hosted a screening of Saint Laurent, the second film about the life of designer Yves Saint Laurent. The first movie, titled Yves Saint Laurent (directed by Jalil Lespert and starring Pierre Niney as YSL) is a more straight-forward bio-pic than “Saint Laurent,” which documents the designer’s

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