Chic Report

  • Peter Davis | February 21, 2015

    Net-a-Porter’s Hollywood Fashion Power Lunch

    Perfectly timed to the Oscars, Net-a-Porter and Porter editor-in-chief Lucy Yeomans hosted a lunch yesterday for world-famous makeup guru Charlotte Tilbury at yummy West Hollywood eatery A.O.C. Wine Bar for over 90 of the chicest women in town. The crowd of fashionettes nibbling on California-inflected tapas included Net-a-Porter’s VP of global beauty and grooming, David Olsen, jewelry designer Anita Ko, Ashley Greene, Gela Nash-Taylor, Jessica Hart, Lawren Howell, Liberty

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  • Peter Davis | February 21, 2015

    Chatting Up Tom Ford Muse and Frequent Collaborator, Lisa Eisner

    At last night’s glorious, celeb-packed Tom Ford Fall 2015 show, we caught up with Ford‘s longtime muse, pal, and frequent collaborator, You and Tom do so much together. Do you see Tom’s collections before he sends them down the runway? No way. No. Not once. He’ll say, ‘This is what I’m thinking,’ and he’ll tell me inspiration

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  • Tangie Silva | February 20, 2015

    Best In Beauty: Backstage Report With Maybelline New York

    It was another standout season for Maybelline New York, which was behind the memorable beauty looks at 17 shows (and counting). Using the freshest products in their toolkits, the brand’s makeup artists concocted several major trends that ensure the runways are as newsmaking for beauty as they are for fashion. Chromat Fall 2015

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  • Dena Silver | February 20, 2015

    Bauble Brilliant With Kendra Scott

    How many Texas-based designers can boast a haute collab with the late Oscar de la Renta? Kendra Scott, for one. Armed with a range of sparkling jewels that don’t break the bank, this savvy businesswoman knows a thing or two about accessorizing.  When did your fascination with jewelry begin? From the moment I could stand

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  • Peter Davis | February 20, 2015

    Chelsea Girl! With Net-a-Porter’s Sarah Rutson

     An international coterie of chicsters hit Indochine to toast Sarah Rutson, Net-A-porter’s newly minted VP of global buying, earlier this week. Personalized fans decorated by—whom else?—@drawbertson greeted guests, who noshed on classic Indochine fare such as spicy chicken, sea bass, beef salad, and spring rolls. Rutson filled us in on her recent move to NYC and

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 20, 2015

    Sherri Hill, Dominating The Formal Game

    Sherri Hill, a longtime Jovani alum, broke out on her own with an eponymous line in 2009. The collection made its NYFW debut in 2011, with Kendall Jenner (in her very first catwalk appearance) and Carmen Dell’Orefice on the runway. Hill filled us in on how she got into the eveningwear game, what it’s like

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  • Dena Silver | February 20, 2015

    Dolce&Gabbana’s National Makeup Artist, Christian McCulloch, On Getting Pretty For Spring

    As if you needed one more excuse to count down the days until warm weather officially arrives, your Daily had a little chat with Dolce&Gabbana’s national makeup artist, Christian McCulloch, about the brand’s haute upcoming products. This celeb-preferred artist spills the dirt on the #dgcolourspring Collection, replete with (you guessed it) bright hues and warm tones.

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | February 19, 2015

    Inside The Daily’s Latest Issue!

    What will vous be reading today at Calvin, Ralph, Marc, and more? The Daily, of course, and in today’s issue, we caught up with Calvin Klein Collection’s Francisco Costa about an exciting new roster of eveningwear looks. Plus! All the dish from the front row, including Barbara Walters and Karlie Kloss at Oscar de la Renta (along with reactions to Peter Copping‘s first collection for

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  • Eddie Roche | February 19, 2015

    More From Tommy Hilfiger! Plus: Johannes Huebl On His Insta Takeover

    One of the most impressive shows of NYFW, and perhaps ever, was Tommy Hilfiger turning the Park Avenue Armory into a football field on Monday to combine his two passions and celebrate his 30 years in business. The designer answered a few more questions for us post-show to tell us more about the pieces available

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  • Dena Silver | February 19, 2015

    Wildfox’s Wild Vision

    With a dash of bohemian luxury, a sprinkling of witty humor, and a whole lot of feminine charm, Wildfox has become one of the most reliable purveyors of California casual style. And would any SoCal girl be caught dead without a pair of killer shades? Of course not! That’s why Wildfox Sun’s designer, Benjamin Montoya,

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | February 18, 2015

    Today’s Issue Of The Daily: Kors, Ciara, Odile, And Much More!

    Another day of NYFW, another glossy, gorgeous issue of The Daily to keep you entertained in the front row (and far beyond). Today, Michael Kors fills us in on his latest shades, dubbed the Miranda, and his new Soho digs. Ciara talks about all sorts of chic matters, from fashion pals like Riccardo Tisci and Italo Zucchelli to her runway debut last week, plus

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 18, 2015

    Discuss! The New Location Of NYFW

    The Daily has heard…that the new home of IMG’s Fashion Week, come September, will likely be the General Post Office/Moynihan Station, located on W. 33rd Street. Built in 1912 by McKim, Mead & White, it was designated a landmark in 1966, and has been used as an off-site venue for Skylight Studios. There are expected to

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 18, 2015

    Winter Survival Skills! With Kate Spade New York’s Deborah Lloyd

    What’s new chez Kate Spade New York? Creative Director Deborah Lloyd fills us in. What’s the inspiration this season? Expect the unexpected. I was very inspired by the books of Roald Dahl growing up, like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Fantastic Mr. Fox, and they’re the basis of the show. What color palette can

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  • Dena Silver | February 18, 2015

    Retail Report…With Suzanne Timmins Of Lord & Taylor And Hudson’s Bay

    What’s haute in the retail world? Suzanne Timmins, SVP Fashion Director at Hudson’s Bay and Lord & Taylor, fills us in… What’s the last thing you bought? Incredible earrings by A Peace Treaty. Which section in the store is the most dangerous for you, purchase-wise? I always stop by the Birdcage; there’s always something new that I simply must

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  • Dena Silver | February 17, 2015

    Express Stop! With Kate Upton

    Catching up with stunner Kate Upton about her latest campaign for Express… What was it like working with Mario Sorrenti for your fifth Express campaign? It was so much fun! I actually started modeling in Miami, so it was great to be back and working with a fabulous photographer. What was the vibe like on set? It was very Miami—a relaxed, nice

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 17, 2015

    Which Out-Of-Business Designer Do YOU Miss Most?

      The Daily wonders which erstwhile lines you’re still mourning the demise of. We asked you in the front row this week, you answered… Virginia Smith: “Helmut Lang.” Ed Filipowski: “Helmut Lang.” Linda Wells: “Helmut Lang! It was like going to church.” Jenna Lyons: “The really old-school ones, like Giorgio di Sant’ Angelo and Carmelo

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 16, 2015

    Inside Today’s Issue Of The Daily: Heidi, Karl, Anja, And More!

    Ready for the latest issue of The Daily? First up, our cover gal, Heidi Klum, gets up close and personal about her line of pretty underpinnings, Heidi Klum Intimates. Don’t miss our chit-chat with the one and only Karl Lagerfeld, and check out plenty of delicious morsels from the  front row and all the hautest bashes. Also in the issue: Anja Rubik discusses

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | February 16, 2015

    The Daily Wonders…What Were You Like In High School?

    What were YOU like in high school? We asked, you answered (and you didn’t hold back!)… Lubov Azria: I was the artsy nerd person in the drama department. Cindi Leive: I was the rebellious flower child. Leigh Lezark: I was a theater geek making props. I’d dye my hair every color. I played bass guitar,

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 16, 2015

    Obliphica Professional’s Dalal Moussa On Getting The Best Hair Ever

    When Dalal Moussa first tried Obliphica Professional after a hair emergency, she was so hooked on the product, she bought the company. The Texas-based entrepreneur shares the secret behind its miracle-working ingredient. How did you first find out about Obliphica Professional? I had my hair colored, and it was burned and damaged. I’m not really

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | February 16, 2015

    Baby Talk! With Karl Lagerfeld

    We caught up with the one and only Karl Lagerfeld at Fendi’s fur-filled, celeb-packed store opening bash on Friday eve, catching a solo moment in the corner where The Kaiser was holding court. His childhood wardrobe, hair-styling secrets, and more, straight ahead… Thoughts on babies in the front row? Babies? At what age are they considered babies?

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