All posts tagged "Katharine Polk"
How Does Houghton Unveil a New Collection? With a Big Reveal of Female Reality
For Katharine Polk, the traditional runway show is a thing of the past. To reveal her Fall/Winter ’17 collection, the Houghton designer tapped nine of her friends to muse on their daily struggles in a revealing 15-minute documentary film, “The Houghton Girl.” Directed by Whooden, it features Morgan Kibby, Jenné Lombardo, Chloe Norgaard, Lisa Salzer, and
Houghton Fall 2015
Brimming with menswear-inspired styles, Katharine Polk yet again looked towards Katharine Hepburn for a dose of easy-chic inspiration. This meant many impressive jackets, low-slung trousers, and long layers of knits. As for glamorous dresses? There were plenty of those, too, from a golden number with a wrap and twist detail to a black lace frock
Houghton Spring 2015
Can a walk of shame be chic? That’s the question Houghton designer Katharine Polk put out at her Spring 2015 showing. And it turns out, the answer is yes. This season the Houghton girl seemed to just pick up her boyfriend’s blue silk pants with a wide hem off the floor after a late night, threw
Houghton's Katharine Polk Breaks Down Her Booming Bridal Business
Bridal's Fall 2014 season has arrived!Ready to walk down the aisle, style-wise? New York-based designer Katharine Polk's bridal dresses have been known to cross over from the aisle to the red-carpet with pretty young celebs like Lily Collins donning her ivory lace gowns for movie premieres...that's just how she likes it. Polk's Houghton is the low maintenance girl that wants to look spectacular without looking like a lot of effort has been put into it. Meanwhile, Polk's beautiful gowns involve plenty of detail, with dresses like an ivory and pink ombre lace dress taking up to 80 hours of...
Haute For Houghton!
Katherine Polk debuted her Houghton resort collection on The McKittrick Hotel's rooftop and it was chock full of light, flowy feminine looks for her loyal bohemian babes. Separates like boxy crop tops worn with high-waisted long and below-the-knee skirts, simple shift dresses with sheer wispy white blousson sleeves, and pants worn with bra tops came in soft colors like blush, mint green, baby blue