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  • Paige Reddinger | February 21, 2017

    Artist Henry Moore Inspires Christopher Bailey’s Burberry Spring/Summer 2017 Show

    English sculptor Henry Moore’s monumental bronze sculptures served as inspiration for Christopher Bailey’s second see now, buy now collection for Burberry. But Bailey didn’t only use Moore’s ideas as inspiration for new sculptural shapes at Burberry, he also used Moore’s actual sculptures and interspersed them throughout the runway. As you might imagine, that must have

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 20, 2017

    The Best of London Fashion Week, Part 1

    London Fashion Week was in full force this weekend and plenty of big trends emerged, from princess dressing and wistful longing for the romance of bygone eras to futurism. Below are some of the best looks from across the pond. Christopher Kane Fall 2017: A Space Odyssey. When the realities of planet Earth are no longer appealing,

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  • Sydney Sadick | February 17, 2017

    Lela Rose Fall/Winter 2017

    Lela Rose united fashion and entertaining for a second season at her Fall/Winter 2017 New York Fashion Week presentation this week. The venue? NYC eatery Loring Place. The collection? A delicious spread of lace, appliqué, and florals. The designer discusses her new range and why her show format simply works.  What was the inspiration behind this collection? There were

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  • Sydney Sadick | February 17, 2017

    Sally LaPointe Fall 2017

    Sally LaPointe switched things up this season, moving away from the runway and instead adopting an innovative, cutting-edge presentation featuring a collaboration with video director Alvaro Colom. The director brought 16 of the 31 swoon-worthy looks to life via short videos and GIFs, tapping into tech-obsessed culture. Each video and GIF was curated to highlight the movement of

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 17, 2017

    Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2017

    Marc Jacobs turned the whole streetwear phenomenon on its head by taking it back to its origins this season. Jacobs referenced the late ‘70s and early ‘80s when hip-hop and street culture were just beginning to reach the mainstream. Jacobs was making a statement and so were the clothes, which included exaggerations of Rastafarian and

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 16, 2017

    Thom Browne Fall/Winter 2017

    There was a cold chill at Thom Browne this season as models in tall platforms that mimicked ice skates descended onto a frozen lake against a rural American setting of gray painted churches and farmhouses. Leafless trees came wrapped in check suiting fabric. Two stoic male statues each held two lighted globes like lone beacons of

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 16, 2017

    Ralph Lauren Spring/Summer 2017

    Spring has sprung at Ralph Lauren! Last night, guests arrived at the Ralph Lauren townhouse on 888 Madison Avenue to a magnificent display of greenery and orchids that covered every inch of wall in the venue. The Ralph Lauren visual team had clearly been hard at work and it paid off. The effect was not

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 16, 2017

    Anna Sui Fall/Winter 2017

    Gigi! Bella! Kendall! The millennial model trifecta took to the catwalk for Anna Sui’s Fall 2017 collection, which kept things funkadelic in the Sui way, but with a gothic and romantic Victorian twist. To wit: crushed velvet and satin in jewel tones, fur trim on coats and capes, Elizabethan ruffles and laced cuffs, floral mashups, and

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 16, 2017

    Delpozo Fall/Winter 2017

    It’s a milestone season for Delpozo and its creative mastermind, Josep Font, as the label celebrates 10 years, and Font, five at the label. The designer sent a bold “prêt-à-couture” collection down the runway, which while keeping true to Font’s architectural undertones, drew some influence from the post-impressionist French avant-garde art movement and Fauvism. Midnight blacks, deep burgundies and blues,

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 16, 2017

    Marchesa Fall/Winter 2017

    Awards season is in full swing, and with the Oscars coming up next Sunday, everyone at the Marchesa show couldn’t help but devour the latest offerings for Fall 2017. Color was the real story story here, with co-designers Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman turning an eye toward Imperial China for inspiration. The gowns finished with intricate

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