All posts tagged "NYFW"
Moncler Grenoble Fall/Winter 2016
If the strategy was to freeze guests into buying a Moncler puffer jacket by forcing them to stand outside in 8-degree weather to watch an interminably long marching parade, then Moncler succeeded. Even taking a picture for social media felt like a challenge, when forced to remove a treasured glove to tap our iPhone screen. While the show would have been inspiring in any
Alexander Wang Fall/Winter 2016
Alexander Wang has learned a few things from his 3-year séjour in Paris, aside from the machinations of the modern-day luxury house. His starting point: tweedy, bouclé, luncheoning ladies fare, which he rescued from the usual done-to-death iterations and butchered and remade in the spirit of la fille Wang. She may deign to wear a suit,
Tibi Fall/Winter 2016
Military and menswear inspirations were the theme behind Tibi this season, and yes, there were men on the runway! But designer Amy Smilovic says it’s not a foray into menswear. “We have 15 guys in our office and it felt extremely right, and it’s all just about ease and comfort and wearing what you love,
Patrick Connors on InStyle’s Fresh Look and Future Plans
InStyle recently ditched Rock Center for a swanky space downtown and welcomed a new publisher to boot. Enter Patrick Connors, a name you surely know from his tenures at Glamour, Lucky, and Men’s Fitness. You joined back in August. How’s it going so far? Really well! It’s an exciting time to be at the brand.
Hervé Léger by Max Azria Fall/Winter 2016
Hervé Léger by Max Azria stayed true to tradition with its offering of body-hugging silhouettes and cutout dresses and separates for Fall ’16, but the label took a slightly new direction and sent a few outerwear options down the runway. Fur, naturally, made a strong appearance, but we are especially lusting after the lambswool overcoat. Patterns like plaid and ribboned stripes,
Adam Lippes Fall/Winter 2016
Adam Lippes transported us straight into his own home this season. The designer’s stunning apartment served as the perfect backdrop for his equally well-conceived collection. Going one step further, Lippes collaborated with artist Yelena Yemchuk on a series of moving vignettes to capture the clothing in action. “People are looking at the collection on phones and websites
Nicole Miller Fall/Winter 2016
The theme for Nicole Miller’s Fall ’16 show was, to say the least, fitting for the impending weather in NYC: Nordic chic (“You can blame me for the weather,” Miller told us). Amid an ice sculpture and a chill-inducing fog-filled runway, models paraded along in a medley of fur coats and hats and Scandinavian-inspired prints
Alexander Wang on World Domination
Alexander Wang has replanted his roots in New York after a buzzy three-year run at Balenciaga. What’s the latest on his plans for world domination? Over tea at The Roxy, he laid out his game. Welcome home. I actually was just in Paris last week, but I’m back in New York most of the time.
The Daily Media Issue Is Here!
The Daily’s media issue debuts today, with the one and only Alex Wang (a.k.a. Alexander the Great) and mod Lexi Boling on the cover. Inside, Wang tells us what’s next (world domination?) after Balenciaga. And you simply can’t miss the must-read media dish in our exclusive with The Posts’s Keith Kelly on the industry meltdown, as well as reflections on Details’ heyday with Dan Peres and the scoop on Vogue
Too Sexy For His Shirt! Meet Paul Margolin
Of your Daily’s many Instagram obsessions, none has captured our attention quite like the feed of Paul Margolin (follow him @PaulMargolin). The oft-shirtless president of Marc Bouwer explains why he’s willing to bare (almost) all. Let’s be professional. How long have you been at Marc Bouwer? Since 1990. Marc and I met through friends at a