Runway

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Season
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  • Paige Reddinger | March 2, 2016

    Anthony Vaccarello Fall/Winter 2016

    Anthony Vaccarello is known for his skin-baring looks and ultra ultra minis, but this season Vaccarello brought the hauteness to a new level by reimagining his usual tropes. Laced corsets hugged hips instead of waists, and they came in many variations on blazers, barely-there dresses and skirts, which featured the lacing in the middle and on the side

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 29, 2016

    Cheeky Chic! The Most Inspired Looks from the Milan Runways

    Milan was having quite a moment as Fashion Week came to a close in the Italian metropolis. Wildly imaginative looks dominated the runways in a slew of occasionally wacky, definitely fun, and absolutely inspired ensembles.  DSquared2 Camo, fur, tribal embroidery, and printed arm stockings! If a military plane made an emergency landing in uncharted territory and the soldiers integrated with some

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 26, 2016

    Tod’s Fall/Winter 2016

    Tod’s show in Milan opened with Karlie Kloss lying down, on display, as she was sewn into leather by Tod’s artisans. Kloss was surrounded by other models in unfinished looks waiting for their “turn” on the Tod’s operating table. What was the big idea? A de rigueur fashion moment bien sûr…oh, and to express the craftsmanship behind Tod’s

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 26, 2016

    Moschino Fall/Winter 2016

    Holy smoke show! Jeremy Scott’s runway for Moschino was on fire this season…literally. Models, like Anna Cleveland, walked the runway in tattered gowns made of singed fabric. With a swish of the hips an actual cloud of smoke was emitted from the dresses thanks to portable smoke machines. There were Budweiser and Marlboro packaging fashioned into accessories,

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 26, 2016

    Emporio Armani Fall/Winter 2016

    Emporio Armani looked like a postcard from the Memphis Movement, the Italian design and architecture group founded by Ettore Sottsass in the early ’80s. Colorful, graphic geometry was the focus of nearly every piece in the collection and it was fun trip back in time. There were all of the silhouettes inherent to the era

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 25, 2016

    Fendi Fall/Winter 2016

    Oh, Karl! The kaiser always knows how to capture the zeitgeist of a trend and make it feel new again. Ruffles have been running the runways, but chez Fendi they take on a new life. They undulated around the thighs of ultra-cool thigh-high boots, and curved around collars, shoulders, waists, and hems. Even the bags and

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 25, 2016

    Roberto Cavalli Fall/Winter 2016

    Seventies glam rock! Roberto Cavalli’s Peter Dundas let it roll with a collection of wild prints and all kinds of silhouettes inherent to the era from bell bottoms and velvet to Sgt. Pepper-style pieces and snakeskin patchwork. Some pieces even featured Led Zeppelin cover art, and the zebra print and leopard furs will surely be loved

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 25, 2016

    Max Mara Fall/Winter 2016

    Divine outerwear, simple as that. But wait: Max Mara livened it up with bright hues, stripes, chevron prints, and sequins. Bauhaus, Dada, Constructivism, Modernism were among the themes running throughout this collection: think female artists in boiler suits painting away in their studios, if those uniforms had been jazzed up and destined for a night out on

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 19, 2016

    Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2016

    Yes, Lady Gaga walked the Marc Jacobs show. Who better to rock some outlandishly tall Victorian goth lace-up boots than a woman who has been making them her signature for years? The show was complete with goth makeup and hair, which has been a theme on some runways this season. But what we haven’t seen

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 19, 2016

    Calvin Klein Collection Fall/Winter 2016

    Calvin in excess! Francisco Costa presented a divine collection this season, which stayed true to the brand’s DNA while incorporating new patterns and fabrics to stunning effect. There were Prince of Wales and plaid patterns on jackets and coats that were flung over black leather, making those classic materials feel completely new again. Costa always presents

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