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  • Paige Reddinger | September 15, 2014

    Roksanda Spring 2015

    Roksanda Ilincic devised color-saturated looks for Spring: Pastels juxtaposed with primary colors and crisp blacks gave the garments a three-dimensional appearance, no 3-D glasses necessary. Sharply tailored shapes, one of Ilincic’s signatures, keep things classy. A few highlights: an orangey-red below the knee sheath was speckled with enormous blue polka dots, a blushing pink boxy short-sleeved top

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 15, 2014

    Marchesa Spring 2015

    Marchesa has never fallen short in terms of texture, and this spring season was no different. Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig created looks adorned in flowers, lace, and even added some very intricate bird prints into the mix. All of the detailing and romanticism made for a fairy tale-inspired collection. This marked the 10-year anniversary of Marchesa, and a

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  • Eddie Roche | September 15, 2014

    (Alan) Cumming Write Up

    Fashion favorite Alan Cumming stars in The Good Wife by day and Broadway’s Cabaret by night. As if his schedule wasn’t already bursting at the seams, he’s also just penned his first memoir, Not My Father’s Son, out next month. It’s a deeply personal book about his turbulent childhood in Scotland. He tells us why

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  • Dena Silver | September 12, 2014

    The Daily Media: 30 Moves To Discuss

    Chris Mitchell, formerly VP and publisher at GQ, has been named VP and publisher at Vanity Fair. Kerry Diamond, currently co-founder and editorial director at Cherry Bombe, has also been named editor-in-chief at Yahoo Food. Kate Lanphear, formerly style director at T: The New York Times Style Magazine, has been named editor-in-chief at Maxim. Kristen

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  • Daniel Chivu | September 12, 2014

    Calvin Klein Spring 2015

    Red, white, and blue! What could possibly be more American? At Calvin Klein, Francisco Costa delivered a figure-elongating collection of knitwear and leather, both of which are increasingly important categories for designers. Few do it better than Costa at New York Fashion Week. Knitwear took shape as long sweater dresses worn over pants and skirts, a trend

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 12, 2014

    Marc Jacobs Spring 2015

    A spiffy take on uniform dressing was Marc Jacobs‘ M.O. for Spring. This season, Stefan Beckman built a to-scale Pepto pink house in the middle of his new location, the Park Avenue Armory—a bit fancier than his usual Armory location, a few dozen blocks south—and provided Beats by Dre headphones filled (at very full volume!) with music director

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  • Daniel Chivu | September 12, 2014

    Jessica Chastain Shares Her Relationship Tips

    In Hollywood, we’re used to seeing complex relationships: unexpected couples dating, plenty of cheating, and multiple divorces as a result, naturally. But the story of  the upcoming film The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, is not that cut and dry; it’s so complex that it takes more than one way to tell it. Prada and The Cinema Society

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  • Eddie Roche | September 11, 2014

    Donna Karan To Release Memoir

    Donna Karan is set to release her memoir next year with Ballantine Books, an imprint of Random House.  The book is the first acquisition of Alina Cho, editor-at-large at Ballantine, who will edit the project. “Our lives are guided by what happens to us, and we choose which roads to take,”  Karan explains. “I was born into fashion. My father, a

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 11, 2014

    Hotelier Alert! With Daphne Groeneveld

    We caught up with the lovely Daphne Groeneveld at Oscar de la Renta to discuss a possible next career, her SPF habits, and more… How old are you now? 19. Growing up before our eyes! What did you do this summer? I went to Sardinia with my parents, my brothers, and my boyfriend. I had two weeks off,

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  • Daniel Chivu | September 11, 2014

    Delpozo Spring 2015

    Delpozo creative director Josep Font turned out a fairytale-esque collection, his third for the maison, brimming with elegant, innovative lines, a creative mingling of bright neon and soft pastel hues, and swoon-worthy, incredibly intricate embellishments.  Inspired by the art of Nils-Udo and marine life as captured in Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka’s 19th Century glass creations,

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 11, 2014

    Calvin Klein’s REVEAL-ing Bash

    Fresh from the pages of The Daily! Leave it to Calvin Klein to give us the best view in town this NYFW, on Tuesday. The place: the 68th floor of the new 4 World Trade Center building in Lower Manhattan. The occasion: the launch of the brand’s newest fragrance, REVEAL Calvin Klein. Iggy Azalea, Rita Ora, and Dev

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  • Dena Silver | September 10, 2014

    Rodarte Spring 2015

    The Mulleavy sisters chicified the country life in their latest slew of looks for Spring. Field coats came with paillete-adorned sleeves and pockets, skirts and dresses with a fishnet-esque finish, and equestrian looks came as white riding pants tucked into laced up thigh-high open toe boots. On the specs front, there was a collab with Oliver Peoples

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  • Dena Silver | September 10, 2014

    Tripping Down Memory Lane With Georgia May Jagger Chez Tommy Hilfiger

    Tommy Hilfiger showed a Sgt. Pepper–riffic take on the swinging ’60s (with more than a touch of Brit). With Theodora Richards in the front row, Georgia May Jagger on the runway, this catwalk was a certified triumph!  What kind of music do you like? I like all ’60s music—Jimi Hendrix, old R&B, and all the

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 10, 2014

    Cara Delevingne Takes NYC!

    The divine Miss Delevingne graced Manhattan for merely a moment to toast her new capsule collection for Mulberry. Naturally, she was game to answer our most pressing questions. BY PAIGE REDDINGER How involved were you in the design process? It started off just doing a campaign shoot for Mulberry, as normal…as normal? I know that’s

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  • Daniel Chivu | September 10, 2014

    Narciso Rodriguez Spring 2015

    Necklines plunged deep on Narciso’s day-to-evening dresses, so chicettes with ample cleavage need not apply. But for the designers’ lithe, minimalist girl, these versatile dresses will be just thing to have come summer. And for the office? A bubble gum pink shift will be a nice alternative when the occasion calls for revealing a little

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  • Dena Silver | September 9, 2014

    Zac Posen Spring 2015

    Ever the artist, Zac Posen created an exceptionally sculptural collection for Spring. In his show notes, Posen touched upon wanting to create clothes with seams that “walked”, but in all actuality, these seams were dancing. To wit: the beautifully upwardly-curved neckline on a cardinal A-line mermaid gown or the carefully draped eyelet back on a pearlescent day dress. Other

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  • Dena Silver | September 9, 2014

    Family Circus With Mazdack Rassi And Zanna Roberts Rassi

    Marie Claire’s Zanna Roberts Rassi and Milk Studios’ Mazdack Rassi are one of the industry’s most beloved power couples, and now with the addition of their twin girls, Rumi and Juno, they’re packing an even more fashionable punch. The Daily dropped by their Chelsea abode for an early look at the next generation. BY EDDIE

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  • Eddie Roche | September 9, 2014

    La Vie En David Lauren

    For the launch of his new brand, Polo for Women, the always cinematic Ralph Lauren created a groundbreaking 4-D digital composition to make 46 models walk on water in Central Park. David Lauren, executive vice president of advertising, marketing, and communications, spills the high-tech secrets behind the event and explains how his team moved mountains

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  • Daniel Chivu | September 9, 2014

    Carolina Herrera Spring 2015

    Mrs. Herrera is a gold standard when it comes to class and sophistication and we always expect her collections to be on another level. And they always are, bien sûr! But this collection was a little extra, with show stealers like a white strapless ball gown with a big peony flower broken up to look like

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  • Dena Silver | September 8, 2014

    Thakoon Spring 2015

    As if sensing that the crowd was due for a vacation, Thakoon took us on a welcome trip to Rio for Spring, inspired by the 1959 film Black Orpheus. Reflecting the season’s emerging tropical trend for Spring, there were plenty of palm fronds to digest, but not in the expected white and green color palette. Instead,

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