Now that you’ve got the dish on who’s taken home a Trova at last night’s CFDA Awards, it’s due time to…
Karlie Kloss On The Man Who Made Her A Supermodel, Oscar de la Renta [The Daily Beast]
They first met when Kloss was only 15 and have stayed friends ever since…Putting The Pressure On Rebekka Bay To Return Gap Back To Its Glory [Style]
The founder of COS is planning to revamp the classic American retail store and everything they offer…Bulgari Is Donating 1.5 Million Euros To Give Romeâ€™s Spanish Steps A Makeover [Telegraph]
They wonâ€™t be installing precious gems, just fixing chips and sprucing up the Italian landmark.
Tory Burchâ€™s latest showing went down in the David Koch theatreâ€™s grand hall, ever the regal setting. Ever the scene, after three looks, Emmy Rossum leaned over to Brad Goreski and announced, “You were right, green is really the â€˜itâ€™ color.” And how right he was! Nearly every one of the looks that went down the runway had at least a hint of green, and often more of the verdant hue. Queen Anne’s lace decorated silk tees, jackets, pants, and dresses, while the same silhouettes were adapted in a simple cream color and embellished with a jewel collar. The bags were quite eye-catching this season, thanks to gilded handles or peek-a-boo windows to the inside contents. As there’s always a touch of kitsch to the Burch designs, woven baskets were sent down the runway with fresh flowers packed inside. How sweet!
In celebration of Americaâ€™s birthday, Julie and Billy Macklowe converted their home into a wonderland for children, complete with waterslides, bouncy castles, and a splash in the pool. Boasting some of the most coveted views of Sagaponack, this backyard bash was fun for adults, too! Julie diligently applied vbeautÃ© Day Job sunscreen to the visages of the Hamptons elite, protecting their skin from the scorching summer sun. Surrounded by a gaggle of balloons, Emmy Rossum, a house guest of the Mackloweâ€™s, and PR maven Berri Goldfarb snacked on guacamole while perching on the petite chairs at the childrenâ€™s table.