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GQ Reveals Its 2015 Crop Of Best New Menswear Designers In America
GQ has dubbed a handful of up-and-coming labels as the Best New Menswear Designers in America for the ninth year in a row. The glossy is yet again partnering up with Gap to produce a limited-edition collection, as well as featuring each of the burgeoning talents within the pages of the Condé Nast title. So, which lucky
The Daily Front Row Launches Men’s Issue
The Daily Front Row will launch its first men’s issue this summer. The Daily Front Row‘s men’s issue will coincide with the debut of New York Fashion Week: Men’s, which will take place at Skylight Studios from July 13 to 16th in New York. The special issue will be distributed to over 250 retailers in the
Billy Reid Spring 2015
Your First Gigs, Revealed!
From slinging bagels at the deli to self-employed at age 16, we asked, you answered: What was your first gig, chicsters? Don't forget to check out another fashion fave's job of yesteryear, right here...
Charles Harbison's New School
Just three seasons in, Charles Harbison is racking up the sort of accolades veterans designers dream about, from an exclusive profile in September Vogue, to a place of pride at Ikram, which picked him up in his very first season. The North Carolina nativeâ€™s career didnâ€™t happen overnight, though. A veteran of Michael Kors and Billy Reid, his special brand of Patti Smith-inspired American cool was honed in the fashion trenches. BY PAIGE REDDINGER
Harping With Charles Harbison
As the dust settles following Charles Harbisonâ€™s sophomore collection, the designer takes time to fill in The Daily on the overwhelming influx of media coverage it brought him. Seeing as his collection was inspired by a mix of Aaliyah, the Caribbean, Yves Klein and a handful of other muses, the clothes were clean, well-tailored and most importantly, fresh!
NYFW Spring 2014: Rag & Bone, Billy Reid, Sally LaPointe, Houghton
Rag & Bone: The Spring '14 collection was a â€œbit of a riskâ€ for Brit ex-pat design duo Marcus Wainwright and David Neville. When the models took to the runway in their slicked-down coifs, bright coral lips said to be inspired by the 2014 Brazil World Cup, boxy jackets, and low-slung midi-skirts, we felt a throwback moment coming on. When the hip hop, basketball-themed soundtrack played for the collectionâ€™s close, the dress code for urban nineties chic officially came to life. A stark palette smattered with cotton candy pastels of peach, aqua, orchid, and carnation offered a baseline for...
Links Of The Daily
Proenza Schouler Plan A Schedule Change For New York Fashion Week Skipping their usual 8 p.m. Wednesday slot, the designer pair will show instead at 1 p.m., due to the mysterious event they have planned for that evening...Donna Karan Plans To Open A Hotel In The Hamptons As A City Getaway The designer and her daugher, Gabby, have already invested millions in Bridgehamptonâ€™s Enclave Inn and plan to give it a stunning makeover...Menswear Designers Share Their Tips On Staying Stylish During A Torturous Heat Wave Thom Browne, Michael Bastian and even Billy Reid talk light fabrics,...
You Can't Fake Fashion
The CFDA and eBay's latest tote collection is officially on sale featuring one-of-a-kind bags by DvF, Ralph Lauren, Tory Burch, Carolina Herrera, Loden Dager, Prabal Gurung, Billy Reid, Rachel Roy, Ruffian, Cushnie et Ochs, Alice + Olivia, and just about everybody else.
NYFW Fall 2013: Nicole Miller, St. John, Nautica, Tess Giberson, Charlotte Ronson
St. John: Trays of champagne and wine lined the corridor leading into the St. John presentation last night: Ah, the joys of the freer presentation format! Another treat: the gorgeous pieces on display, like a navy knit cape dress (the designer's personal fave; one of ours, too) and a double-faced cashmere coat with big fox fur cuffs, to a teal liquid satin gown that created an impossibly statuesque effect on an already-towering model. The impeccable collection was whipped up by the line's senior vice president of design, Greg Myler, and offered up sophistication and elegance without feeling dame-esque.