• The Daily Front Row | July 15, 2016

    NYFWM Spring/Summer 2017: Brett Johnson

    Stepping into the Brett Johnson collection was like stepping into a desert (with a bevy of male models in place of tumbleweeds). The collection was inspired by the sparse landscape of the Arizona and New Mexico deserts, with a color palette ranging from olive green to burnt orange. Textures abound in the collection, popping up in bright knitwear and

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  • Paige Reddinger | July 12, 2016

    New Kids on the Block: Linder Debuts First Runway Show at NYFWM

    Sam Linder and Kirk Miller of Linder originally started the business as an online e-commerce boutique selling other designers’ clothing, but quickly realized they wanted to sell their own ideas. The New York-based duo, with no former experience designing clothing for a brand, spent two years figuring out the ins and outs of the business. Now, with three

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | July 12, 2016

    NYFWM Spring 2017: Garciavelez

    At the Garciavelez NYFW: Men’s ready-to-wear Spring 2017 presentation, beauty truly was in the breakdown. Designer Carlos Garciavelez tapped into his training in architecture for the clothes and set design, exploring the colors and patterns found in weathering minerals, metals, and infrastructure. “We threw a bunch of chemicals and oxidized , and took that idea and figured out how to put it into tops and bottoms

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  • Paige Reddinger | July 7, 2016

    The 10 Chicest Moments from Couture

    Another fashion week has come and gone, darlings. The couture shows in Paris were, as usual, nothing short of spectacular. Below we bring you the highlights from fashion’s hautest runways. Inside the designer studio with Karl! Valentino splendor! Kiddie couture at Elie Saab…and more! 1. Chez Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld opened up his couture salon to

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  • The Daily Front Row | June 21, 2016

    Carolina Herrera Resort 2017 with Kiernan Shipka

    To celebrate 35 years in the biz (bravo!) Carolina Herrera took a fresh approach with its Resort 2017 collection, and tapped Kiernan Shipka to model a selection of pieces. The collection embraces the house’s iconic style, including signature motifs in black and white polka dots, crisp stripes in navy and white or a rainbow of color, and modern feminine

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  • The Daily Front Row | June 14, 2016

    Resort 2017: Nicole Miller, Kate Spade New York

    Label: Nicole Miller Inspiration: This season Miller was inspired by Art Nouveau graphics and William Morris’ florals. The latter were reimagined as whirling prints on coral, sunflower yellow, and pale blue skirts, tops, and dresses. Highlights: A sophisticated ensemble comprising a black pleated skirt paired with a long vest nipped at the waist; tie shoulder tops;

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  • Sydney Sadick | June 13, 2016

    The Stars Come Out for Moschino’s L.A. Runway Show

    The talk of the weekend was Moschino’s joint women’s resort and spring/summer men’s 2017 runway show, which took place in L.A.—designer Jeremy Scott’s home city—for the very first time. The show, which was part of MADE Los Angeles, was styled by Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele and featured an impressive range of models: Presley Gerber, who made his runway

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  • Paige Reddinger | June 10, 2016

    Best of Resort 2017: Milly, Tibi, See by Chloé

    Label: Milly Inspiration: “I was inspired by Ellsworth Kelly this season,” said Michelle Smith, who was in the midst of shooting her Resort 2017 collection at Sandbox Studios on Hudson Street when we caught up with her. “This is the most fun season to design. You have the challenge of trying to create pieces that work

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  • The Daily Front Row | June 3, 2016

    Gucci Cruise 2017

    Gucci debuted its much-anticipated Cruise 2017 collection at Westminster Abbey in England, and Alessandro Michele gave the collection the royal treatment. The whopping 96 looks were as whimsical and free-spirited as ever…a cow print here, a feline in flames there, and a whole lot of color. The show was followed by a star-studded party at 106 Picadilly, hosted by Michele

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  • The Daily Front Row | May 4, 2016

    Chanel Cruise 2017

    Yesterday, Chanel showed its Cruise Collection in Havana at the Paseo del Prado, a parfait locale for the French house—the thoroughfare is a link between Cuba and France, and also showcases eight bronze statues of lions, Coco Chanel’s emblem. The show opened with a masculine-feminine jacket over wide-cuffed trousers, flat two-tone shoes, a fabric-belted shirt, and

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