• Chic Report

    Eddie Roche | March 3, 2015

    T-Time with Hiro Clark’s Andy Salzer

    Want one more example of L.A.’s burgeoning fashion movement? Meet former New Yorker and current West Coast-dwelling Andy Salzer, who created Hiro Clark, his own line of limited-edition t-shirts for men last year. With his former label Yoko Deveareaux “killed”, Salzer tells us how Cali life has impacted his new line, what brought him west, and how you can

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  • News

    Dena Silver | March 3, 2015

    The Daily Roundup: Suki Waterhouse Pouts For Burberry, Armani Launches Another Label

    Your mid-afternoon dose of chic intel has arrived. Read on for today’s Daily Roundup… Suki Waterhouse Stars In A Steamy New Campaign For Burberry She’s rocking a rouge statement lip from the Burberry Kisses line Armani’s New Womenswear Line Titled New Normal, this will be a full range replete with classic styles Pamela Love

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  • Media

    Alexandra Ilyashov | March 3, 2015

    Vanity Fair Set To Launch In Mexico Next Month

    Vanity Fair‘s sixth international iteration will hit newsstands south of the border in April, when the Condé glossy’s Mexico edition debuts. The mag’s launch team will be helmed by Lourdes Garzon, who is currently VF‘s Spain and Mexico director. The new title’s digital and social presence will be rolled out concurrently next month. Expect 90,000 copies of the inaugural issue

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  • News

    Dena Silver | March 3, 2015

    Christophe Lemaire Collaborates With Uniqlo

    Uniqlo will be getting a touch of the Hermès ethos this fall, when the Japanese retailer releases their first collaboration with French designer (and Hermès alum) Christophe Lemaire. Expect Lemaire’s simple-yet-luxurious approach to design, albeit at more attainable price points. “We have always dreamt to work with Uniqlo. Uniqlo designs qualitative and made for all garments for everyday life. It is also

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  • Media

    Alexandra Ilyashov | March 3, 2015

    Digitally Remastered: A Sitdown With Hearst’s Troy Young

    In case you missed it in our print issues…The future of online media might mystify most media executives, but Troy Young, president of digital at Hearst Magazines, has it all figured out. Since joining in May 2013 from Say Media, the techy Canuck has shaken up the status quo: tripling traffic (at Cosmo), 86ing old-school

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  • News

    Paige Reddinger | March 2, 2015

    Has Zac Posen Been Tapped To Resurrect Charles James?

    Zac Posen is rumored to have been hired to revive the maison of Charles James, according to Yahoo News. The label was bought by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein from the late James’ grandchildren just after The Met’s exhibition of the designer’s work last year. James’ ball gowns are just the thing for the Hollywood crowd, and if any designer today

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  • Chic Report

    Eddie Roche | March 2, 2015

    Did Green Rule Milan Fashion Week? 20 Looks To Discuss

    It’s officially a wrap for Milan Fashion Week as editors, buyers, and bloggers are now off to Paris for one more week of show, food, show, food, show, food, show, food. One color we saw a lot on and off the runway this season was green, which showed up recently at Bottega Veneta and Salvatore

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  • Runway

    Dena Silver | March 2, 2015

    Giorgio Armani Fall 2015

    With nearly 100 looks, Giorgio Armani had lots to explore for Fall. The main concept here was the simple pairing of pants and jackets. Slim trousers hit at mid-ankle, looser pants with pleats came in silver, navy, and a painterly print, and a few velvet and satin pairs were in the mix as well. The most cutting-edge style

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  • News

    Alexandra Ilyashov | March 2, 2015

    Marie Claire Names Clare Ferguson Design Director

    Marie Claire has a new design whiz on staff: Clare Ferguson is crossing the pond to join the Hearst glossy as design director. She was previously art director at London-based Tatler. Ferguson spent two years at the British glossy, prior to which she art-directed the first edition of Net-a-Porter’s online mag, The Edit, as the acting art director of

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  • Runway

    Paige Reddinger | March 2, 2015

    Missoni Fall 2015

    Back to the ’80s, ladies! Missoni channeled the over-the-top era for Fall. It was like Jem and the Holograms came to life sans the hair, and with chicer clothing, of course. (Coincidentally, a real life version of the cartoon will be released in theaters this Fall with iconic ’80s stars like Molly Ringwald and Juliette Lewis.) There were

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  • Models

    Eddie Roche | March 2, 2015

    Sasha Pivovarova On Her Balenciaga Campaign and Budding Art Career

    Russian-born Sasha Pivovarova is an eternal favorite, and in 2015, the storied stunner is back in a big way. What’s been the most memorable moment of your career? My very first show in 2005. It was Prada, and I didn’t even expect to be cast, let alone be the opener and go on to get

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  • Media

    Dena Silver | March 2, 2015

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

    With plenty of runway reviews to catch up on, have you kept tabs on the latest media shuffles? Your Daily certainly has, and we’ve got a few exciting changes of our own to discuss, too. Who did Condé Nast Traveler tap as deputy editor? Which editors at People and GQ got promoted? Which Hermès CEO got a new title? Where

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  • Chic Report

    Eddie Roche | March 2, 2015

    A Preppy Pair-Up: J.Crew and Lacoste Join Forces

    Prepare your preppy! J.Crew and Lacoste have partnered for the first time on an exclusive line of polo shirts coming your way this spring. Over 30 J.Crew U.S. stores and online (as well as in Canada, the U.K., and France) will be carrying the line which will be available in white, navy, burgundy, and orange and

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  • News

    Dena Silver | March 2, 2015

    Carven Taps Alexis Martial And Adrien Caillaudaud As Artistic Directors

    The latest moves in this season’s musical chairs rotation of creative directors: Carven has tapped both Alexis Martial and Adrien Caillaudaud to take over as artistic directors. The duo met at Paris’ Atelier Chardon Savard fashion school. They’re stepping in five months after the previous director, Guillaume Henry, decamped to Nina Ricci. Martial has been a frontrunner for the gig for a little

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  • Runway

    The Daily Front Row | March 2, 2015

    DSquared2 Fall 2015

    A military base mixed with a swashbuckler vibe, plus all sorts of splashy, flashy add-ons: Dean and Dan Caten‘s Fall collection offered structure (tricked-out officer-esque jackets, slim, button-bedecked army green trou, a slew of snazzy waistcoats) with very extensive embellishments. Prominent embroidery, plush fur stoles, and tribal-print B&W leggings and long-sleeved shirts mingled with equally busy fur- and

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  • News

    Dena Silver | March 2, 2015

    The Daily Roundup: Dolce & Gabbana Focus On The Hommes, Max Mara Takes Resort To London

    Your mid-afternoon dose of chic intel has arrived. Read on for today’s Daily Roundup…  Dolce & Gabbana Launches A Couture Line For Men This bespoke men’s collection goes by the name Alta Sartoria Condé Nast Might Not Be Eligible To Receive National Magazine Awards Anymore Blame it on native advertising It’s The End

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  • Runway

    Paige Reddinger | March 1, 2015

    Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 2015

    Prints galore! Massimiliano Giornetti delivered a vibrant collection with stellar graphic prints for Fall. The patterns mostly came in earthy tones of forest green, chestnut brown, mustard yellow, and a berry red. The focus was knitwear, with long slim turtleneck dresses and tops or a wrap dress with a must-have knotted leather belt, but the standout was the fur coat

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  • News

    Paige Reddinger | March 1, 2015

    Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2015

    “Je t’aime maman!” Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana debuted a tribute to mothers on their fall runway. Dresses were adorned with love notes to mothers everywhere with “I love you mother” written in cursive in English, French, and Italian. Red roses, the international flower of love, came either in prints or as embellishments on classic

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  • News

    Paige Reddinger | March 1, 2015

    Marni Fall 2015

    An army of impeccably-dressed warriors trotted out at Marni this season. But the clean lines, luxurious furs, gabardine, tweeds, and thick wools looked anything but war-ready. Fur accented the shoulder of a trench, snaking around one shoulder, and could be spotted on the sleeves of sleek camel coat that was cinched at the waist. Tunics

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  • Runway

    Dena Silver | March 1, 2015

    Emilio Pucci Fall 2015

    It’s all but officially confirmed that Peter Dundas showed his last collection chez Pucci yesterday (to wit: he took his post-show bow with his entire team), and the Fall looks shown seemed to be a cheery way of marking the possible end of an era. There was the usual array of prints to decipher, but the dozen or so opening looks were

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