All posts tagged "Saint Laurent"
Phoebe Philo Is Leaving Céline, Not Going to Alaïa
The latest round of fashion musical chairs is yet another blow for the beleaguered French industry, not to mention the legion of global Philophiles that worship at the altar of Céline. This morning almost every fashion media outlet is reporting that the persistent rumors that have been buzzing for some time are true—Phoebe Philo will step down from her
The Daily Roundup: Designers React to Kanye’s NYFW Show Time, Dov Charney’s Next Move
Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here… Designers React to Rescheduling Around Kanye’s NYFW Show Kanye West announced the NYFW slot for his Yeezy season 3 show at MSG only a week ago (it’s February 11 at 4 p.m.), forcing designers who planned their show months in advance to reschedule for yet another season.
Dior Haute Couture Spring 2016
Dior’s studio directors Serge Ruffieux and Lucie Meier made their runway debut as the current faces behind Dior’s Spring 2016 Couture collection. (In case you’ve been in hiding, the French house has yet to find a replacement after former creative director Raf Simons left the house after a three-year run.) Ruffieux and Meier, both Swiss designers
The Daily Roundup: Who Will Leave Vogue Now that Grace Is Gone? Raf Simons’ Tribute to David Lynch
Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here… Will Everybody Leave Vogue with Grace Coddington Gone? After stepping down from her role as Vogue‘s creative director to pursue outside interests—a move similar to former Vogue-er André Leon Talley—insiders are wondering if Anna Wintour is going to do the same. Raf Simons’ Tribute to David Lynch Intel
Meet the Twins Teaming Up for Calvin Klein
In case you hadn’t noticed (Gigi and Bella, Kendall and Kylie), sisters are in. Meet the latest genetic phenomenon taking the fashion world by storm, Baylee and Kelsey Soles. The twins (who are fraternal, they’ll remind you) already have Lanvin, Saint Laurent, and Fendi on their resumes, and now they’re starring in Calvin Klein’s upcoming campaign for its new gender-free fragrance, ck2. (FYI, your
The Daily Roundup: Grace Coddington to Step Down, Kendall & Cara Turn to Wax
Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here… Grace Coddington to Step Down The former model who served as Vogue’s creative director for nearly 30 years is stepping down, but will retain an office at 1 WTC and is contracted to create four editorial spreads each year. Kendall and Cara Transform Into Wax Figures
DKNY Unveils New Campaign and Direction
The DKNY show—the second under creative directors Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne—is set to be the hot ticket at New York Fashion Week. And if the designers—who are also the talents behind New York street inspired label Public School—first campaign for the brand is anything to go by the buzz just heightened. Out to emphasize the “strong and sophisticated
Exclusive Scoop Part 2: Where Is Hedi Slimane?
The Daily exclusively broke the news on January 4 that Hedi Slimane will depart his post as creative director of Saint Laurent. Over the holidays, high-level sources in Paris buzzed that Slimane will not renew his contract with Kering (owners of the French luxury brand), which is up for renewal this March. The reasons reportedly boil down to creative differences combined with the high cost
Breaking! Did Hedi Slimane Leave Saint Laurent?
The Daily hears that Paris is abuzz with Hedi Slimane’s rumored departure from Saint Laurent over the holiday due to creative differences. Calls to the Saint Laurent U.S. PR team today were met with “No comment.” Slimane joined the house in March 2012, replacing creative director Stefano Pilati who helmed the label for almost eight years. The now LA-based designer has been criticized by fashion doyennes like Cathy
The Daily Media: 50 Shifts to Discuss
Romy Oltuski, formerly assistant features editor at Harper’s Bazaar, has been named associate features editor. Elizabeth Luby, formerly senior manager of PR, womenswear at Burberry, has been named senior PR manager at Saint Laurent. Aiden Aldred, formerly PR and communications director at Nicholas Kirkwood, has left the company. Jill Seelig, formerly SVP, corporate development at