All posts tagged "NYFW"
Front Row: Diesel Black Gold Leaves NYFW for Milan
Diesel Black Gold announced it will switch runways and show its Fall/Winter 2016 womenswear show in Milan, not New York as it has done in previous seasons. The change, according to the brand’s creative director Andreas Melbostad, signals a homecoming for the Italian company, and will also align it with the menswear collection—which already shows in Milan—creatively and geographically. Renzo Rosso, president
NYFW: Men’s Finds a New Venue and Dates
The dates and venue for New York Fashion Week: Men’s have changed once again. While the four-day event took place in July 2015, this upcoming season was scheduled for late January, but now will be pushed back to February 1-4, according to WWD. The women’s collection will follow on February 11.According to Mark Beckham, business director of fashion week for the CFDA, the reason for
How ThreeASFOUR Goes Tech for Spring
ThreeASFOUR, the design collective that includes Gabi Asfour, Angela Donhauser, and Adi Gil and that’s known for fusing technology with traditional craftsmanship, tapped tech brand AMAZFIT to accessorize its Spring/Summer 2016 runway. There’s more to AMAZFIT’s minimalist bracelet than meets the eye: It acts as a fitness racker via a small donut-shaped piece that attaches to thin bands, and is water resistant, syncs with smartphones
Who’s That Girl? All About Hannah Ferguson
IMG Models has no shortage of babes on their roster, but they’ve tipped us off to one of their most recent discoveries, the down-to-earth Texan Hannah Ferguson. Remember this name! Which Texan town do you call home? San Angelo, which is a small town in the center of Texas on the map. There’s not much around. It’s
Kanye West Talks to VF.com About the Gap, Sweatshirts, and Politics
Cathy Horyn’s favorite designer Kanye West talked to Dirk Standen in an exclusive interview for VF.com, and Yeezy, as expected, delivered some priceless soundbites. A few highlights… Kanye on the Gap: “I say things like I want to be creative director for the Gap, but I just got to give credit to the people who do creative direction at the
From A to Z with Zac Posen
He’s serious when it comes to business, designing his eponymous lines and for Brooks Brothers, but Zac Posen is unfailingly fun, charming, and energetic. Will there be a Project Runway musical? Who calls him Uncle Zac? What did he learn from Madonna? We gave him a ring to find out! What’s new in the world
Alexis Bryan Morgan’s Fashionable New Gig
After years atop the mastheads of Lucky, Elle, and Vanity Fair, Alexis Bryan Morgan has gone digital. As Rent the Runway’s director of creative content, she’s instrumental in the brand’s effort to bring runway-caliber fashion to women all around the country—for the low price of $99 a month. So you have a new gig. I’ve
What’s New with Norma Kamali?
An iconic fashion designer for decades, Norma Kamali is taking her experiences, shedding her skin, and exploring new territories. We visited her New York showroom to discuss what’s next. What’s new with the label? The big picture is to expand the concept of fitness, health, beauty, and style, and less fashion. It’s a very disruptive
Our BiAnnual Moment with Fran Lebowitz
One of our favorite sightings at Fashion Week (and everywhere) is spotting the legendary Fran Lebowitz. Not only is she always up for a chat, but she’s as sharp as it comes. Do you follow the industry? No. It follows me. You’re always there for DvF and Carolina Herrera. Do you go to anything else?
Anna Cleveland: “I’ve Been Having A Moment My Whole Life”
One undeniable part of New York Fashion Week was the rise, and rise, and rise of Next mod Anna Cleveland, who was everywhere and beyond during the week. We caught up with the rising star during the week to talk about her moment, her mom, and where she’s living these days. Everybody keeps saying that you