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Maxwell Osborne, Dao-Yi Chow, Usher & Swizz Beatz Celebrate Gordon Parks
Last night, The Gordon Parks Foundation celebrated its 10th anniversary with a star-studded benefit at Cipriani 42nd Street. Per tradition, Swizz Beatz hosted the evening, which brought out Usher, Gayle King, Constance Jablonski, Martha Hunt, Hillary Rhoda, Prabal Gurung, Victor Cruz (who wore Public School), Chanel Iman, and more. Public School and DKNY creative directors Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne were honorees at the sit-down
DvF, Prabal Gurung & More Came Out for the American Ballet Theatre’s Spring Gala
Last eve, the American Ballet Theatre hosted its Spring Gala at the Metropolitan Opera House, and the guest list ran long with names from the fashion world, including Diana von Furstenberg, Prabal Gurung, and Ariana Rockefeller. Other notables on scene: socialite Nell Diamond (who wore a bright orange cascading caped gown), Vogue’s Hamish Bowles, Teen Vogue’s Amy Astley, Vanity Fair’s Amy Fine Collins (donning
38 Fashion Brands Join the CFDA’s Fashion Forward Internship Program
Since the Fashion Forward program was announced in March, a whopping 38 fashion companies have signed on to collectively provide 100 paid internships this summer, announced NYC’s First Lady Chirlane McCray today. The program—spearheaded by the CFDA, the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, and the New York City Economic Development Corporation—aims to initiate industry exposure for high school and college undergrad students.
Jeffrey Fashion Cares Turns 13
Boys, boys, boys… Last night marked the 13th year of the the Jeffrey Fashion Cares fundraiser, which returned to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. The event raises big bucks for charities ACRIA, the Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI), and Lambda Legal, and was founded by Jeffrey Kalinsky of Jeffrey fame who first launched it in Atlanta in 1992. (That’s a lot
The Daily Roundup: Kate Moss Leaves Modeling Agency, InStyle Expands Online Presence
Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here… Kate Moss Parts Ways with Storm Model Management Supermodel Kate Moss has parted ways with Storm Model Management, the agency that signed her 28 years ago and also rep’d Cara Delevingne before her 2015 departure to pursue an acting career. InStyle Expands Its Online Presence
Fashion Celebrates International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day—created in 1996 by the UN to support gender equality and celebrate women’s accomplishments—has gotten a 21st century upgrade, taking over social media, naturally. Whether it’s a love note to a hero or a quote from an icon, how is the fashion set celebrating? KARLIE KLOSS ZAC POSEN PORTER MARC JACOBS CINDY CRAWFORD CINDI LEIVE RALPH LAUREN VICTORIA BECKHAM BARNEYS
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
Gucci to Present Cruise 2017 at Westminster Abbey
Gucci will present its Cruise 2017 collection in the Cloisters of London’s Westminster Abbey on June 2, making it the first fashion house to host a runway show in the location. For Cruise 2016, and creative director Alessandro Michele’s second ready-to-wear collection at the helm, Gucci presented at the Dia Art Foundation on West 22nd Street in
The CFDA & The Dockers Brand Kick Off NYFW: Men’s
Last night, The CFDA kicked off the second season of New York Fashion Week: Men’s via a collaborative event with The Dockers brand for its 30th anniversary. “It’s a lot less nerve-racking to kick off this season than last season,” Steven Kolb told us, who’s been with the CFDA for 10 years. “Luckily, this week I
Stars Align at the NYC Ballet Fall Gala
From the runway, to the ballet: Last eve, celebs and designers alike gathered at the NYC Ballet Fall Gala at Lincoln Center to witness and support the collab between the two arts…and the costumes were ah-mazing. Opening the performance was a number by Myles Thatcher, and Zuhair Murad applied his couture craftsmanship to create wearable and movable sequined leotards.