Runway

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Season
Designer
  • Sydney Sadick | September 23, 2016

    Tod’s Spring 2017

    Tod's new ad campaign for the season is all about "Timeless Icons," including the likes of Brigitte Bardot, Jane Birkin, Bianca Jagger, Jean Shrimpton, Twiggy, Ali MacGraw, and Lauren Hutton as inspiration—a book on Tod's timeless icons is due out in January. Those women served as the backdrop on a big black and white tableaux vivant for Tod's Spring 2017 show in Milan.

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 23, 2016

    Prada Spring 2017

    Miuccia Prada seriously pared things down this season, and she dove into the present rather than explore the history of women. Last year Prada’s profits plunged by 28 percent according to Business Insider, so Miuccia may have been looking to keep things simple and sellable. Well, it worked. To wit: There were splendidly chic Chinois pajama-style eveningwear, the most

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | September 22, 2016

    Philipp Plein Spring 2017

    Philipp Plein, you have outdone yourself. His Spring ’17 spectacle in Milan, which he aptly called “Alice in Ghettoland,” was a leap through the hood’s rabbit hole: Fergie, Fat Joe (remember him?), Paris Hilton, a carnival swing ride, oversized roses and mushrooms, a shirtless landscaper, and a garden troll with “pimp” across his shirt are just a taste of what

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | September 22, 2016

    Max Mara Spring 2017

    Welcome to the jungle! Max Mara's Spring 2017 Milan show was like a trip to the tropics. Visored models, who walked a concrete runway that sprouted grass in thin rows, wore pieces embellished with everything from safari greenery and exotic animal prints to mossy textures.

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 21, 2016

    Gucci Spring/Summer 2017

    Alessandro Michele opened his show for Gucci, titled “Magic Lanterns,” with models trotting out onto a red carpet in a hazy, dim-lit space to the tune of Florence Welch’s interpretations of 18th century William Blake poems. It was a dark treasure trove of extraordinary vintage looks rewired for the future. “Hollywood Forever Cemetery” was the

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 15, 2016

    Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2017

    Holy hair! Guido Palau was working hard this season on the ‘dos for Marc Jacobs. Models sported piles of candy colored dreads in knotted masses on their crowns all the while marching on top of what looked like 8-inch platforms. Burning Man chic meets Tank Girl? If Lori Petty was remaking the ’90s cult-classic she

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 15, 2016

    Marchesa Spring/Summer 2017

    The Emmys are happening this Sunday and one can imagine that post-show, Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig are hard at work with the celeb stylists coordinating impending award show looks. The collection ranged from the ethereal in wisps of floating chiffon to the sultry in sexy clinging black numbers or a shining gold lame gown. A

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 15, 2016

    Anna Sui Spring/Summer 2017

    Yeehaw! There were cowgirls and cowboys galore at Anna Sui this season, but if you thought you were in the Wild, Wild West, you were really inside Anna Sui’s wildly creative mind. There were tourist-type Florida T-shirts, prairie style skirts, Pennsylvania Dutch prints, what looked like the Empire State Building print on a skirt, and even some ’50s-inspired prom

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 15, 2016

    Boss Spring/Summer 2017

    It was an explosion of color on the runway at Boss this season, as it was on many a runway for Spring. David Hockney’s colorful paintings served as the starting point for the vibrant hues. Jason Wu worked them into easy pleated dresses, long knit dresses, suiting, and sexy but sleek cut-out numbers. But there

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 15, 2016

    Bibhu Mohapatra Spring/Summer 2017

    All the images from the Bibhu Mohapatra Spring/Summer 2017 collection. Stay tuned for the review…

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