All posts tagged "NYFW"
Save the Date! The New York City Department of Sanitation Is Coming to NYFW
Wednesday, September 7 is proving to have quite the lineup this New York Fashion Week! While Kanye West and Tom Ford are on the schedule, the Department of Sanitation has just reserved the day's 6 to 9 p.m. time slot.
Designer to Watch: Julianna Bass
Designer Julianna Bass---a Tennessee native who relocated from Brooklyn to Berlin---is back in town gearing up for her next New York Fashion Week show, and just released her latest e-commerce collection, ICONIC. Here's why she needs to be on your radar...
Tom Ford Returns to NYFW and Other Notable Changes on the Way
The CFDA unveiled a preliminary schedule for September’s New York Fashion Week: Women’s with some newsworthy additions, most notably the return of Tom Ford. The designer will be coming to New York for an intimate presentation on Wednesday, September 7, extending the schedule to nine days of major shows. Thakoon is also making a return to the schedule,
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
The Daily Media: 80 Shifts to Discuss
Karla Martinez de Salas, formerly fashion market and accessories director at W magazine, has been named editor at Cooperativa. Marie-Amélie Sauvé, stylist, has been named fashion director at T: The New York Times Style Magazine. Molly Butterfoss, formerly senior art director at Pitchfork Media, has been named creative director at Nylon. Fran Stringer, formerly womenswear designer
The Assistant Files, Vol. 73: Karen Walker’s Jade Leigh Kelly
As design assistant to Karen Walker, Jade Leigh Kelly is one of New Zealand’s brightest fashion stars. While she was in town for NYFW, she met us at the Ace Hotel to discuss her role at the house. How’s NYC treating you so far? I’ve come down with a cold, so I’m on the hard drugs. Pseudoephedrine, which you
Exclusive Peek at Joseph Altuzarra’s Intimate Interview in Surface
After winning rave reviews for his knockout Fall ’16 womenswear collection at NYFW, Joseph Altuzarra is certainly the designer du moment. Surface magazine sat down with the creative mastermind to discuss a few off-runway topics, from college days, his swoon-worthy engagement story, and friendship. In an exclusive preview, The Daily rounds up a few highlights. For the full interview, check out Surface mag’s Spring Fashion Issue, out March
Runway Hit: Monse Designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia
Monse’s Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia drew a coterie of top editors and buyers to their first show by the strength of their sketches. After the last look exited the runway, it was clear that NYFW-goers had identified the buzziest new brand of the season. As veteran designers for Oscar de la Renta—Kim spent 12
Ralph Lauren Fall/Winter 2016
Ralph Lauren’s collection this season looked like a parade of his greatest hits. In the menswear arena were a shirt and tie worn with pieces like a windowpane double-breasted jacket or a taupe trench and other pieces with that classic tony English countryside vibe that Ralph has made famous. The first 21 looks stuck to the theme, from plaid cape coats and
J. Mendel Fall/Winter 2016
Highlights from the J. Mendel Fall/Winter 2016 collection…