All posts tagged "NYFW"
Tommy Hilfiger Fall/Winter 2016
All aboard the S.S. contrarian! Tommy Hilfiger went nautical for fall, turning the Park Avenue Armory into a ship-shape spectacular and injecting some feel-good fashion into a season of ultra-serious clothes. Stripes, an anchor-tastic print, sparkly collars, and the occasional tiara made for a winning formula. Of the many riffs on the sailor suit, the
Carolina Herrera Fall/Winter 2016
The Frick Collection was the ideal setting for Carolina Herrera’s richly-textured take on Fall. (Austerity is not Herrera’s thing, thank heavens.) The show was so polished and pristine that if you walked out of the place with the unshakable urge to ditch your denim and retouch your lipstick, you’re not alone. A seafoam green ruffled
Ashley Michaelsen on Finding Her Footing at Charles David
For the better part of three decades, Charles David has been wowing Hollywood and beyond with a chic and wearable take on footwear. You’re the face of the brand, but you wear many hats. Yes! I started out as a shoe model, then turned into the face of the company, and then became creative director
Prabal Gurung Fall/Winter 2016
Memo to all European luxury conglomerates looking for a new creative director: Prabal Gurung is up for the job. Between the furs, embellishments, knits, appliqués, silks, and meticulously detailed patterns, this collection had something singular for everyone (provided their pockets are deep). We are going to go ahead and surmise that this was a very
Public School Fall/Winter 2016
Public School’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection was an exercise in layering—something New Yorker’s should be taking notes on now that the weather is dropping to single digits. There were long zip-up jersey sportswear dresses, roomy ribbed pullovers on top of a dress worn over a jacket, sweatshirts over sweatshirts, and blanket capes. The urban mood is having a real moment.
Exclusive: Keith Kelly on the State of the Media
The New York Post’s storied media columnist Keith Kelly has been inspiring fear and awe in the hearts of insiders for the past 18 years. With so much tumult rocking our industry to the core, isn’t it about time we asked him some questions for a change? Keith, many of us are scared. Are we
Ask Our Newsstand Guy!
Magazine Café’s very own Manish Golchha loves magazines more than anybody we know. The Daily made our biannual visit to his West 37th Street store to dish on the industry—and get his take on Alessandro Michele, of course. Always fun to catch up. Personal question first: How’s the kid? She’s going to be 4 in April. She’s
Baja East Fall/Winter 2016
There is more than a touch of l’esprit Belge running through the hearts and minds of New York’s emerging designers. Baja East has moved beyond the cashmere ponchos and unisexy knits to separates and eveningwear with panache. A hummingbird print dressed up pajama-esque suiting and a shoulder-baring dress, while a velvet froor-grazer lent a louche
Meet the Survivalists: Valentine’s Day Edition
Straight from the pages of The Daily: We polled our Survivalists on their Valentine’s Day game plan… ERIN SUMWALT Fashion director, People StyleWatch “It’s a big deal in my family. We decorate, we bake, we get crafty. My son and I start making our Valentines in January! We will probably have an early breakfast with heart-shaped pancakes before I
Karolina Kurkova Teams Up with Feeding America
Taking a breather from the New York Fashion Week frenzy, mod and former Victoria’s Secret Angel Karolina Kurkova headed to the the All Souls Friday Soup Kitchen in NYC where she lent a helping hand to Feeding America. Amid the trays of mashed potatoes and PBJs, Kurkova checked in with The Daily… What prompted you to get involved with