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Narciso Rodriguez Fall/Winter 2017
Narciso Rodriguez Fall/Winter 2017. Watch this space for the review!
Dries Van Noten to Design Costumes for the New York City Ballet Fall Fashion Gala
Dries Van Noten will be creating the costumes for the New York City Ballet’s Fall Fashion Gala in collaboration with choreographer Justin Peck. It will be the NYCB’s fifth anniversary of the annual gala. The ballet choreographed by Peck will be a pas de deux set to the second movement of Bohuslav Martinu’s Paino Quintet No.
Front Row Moments: Cindi Leive, Laura Brown, and Adam Glassman
What have your favorite fashion editors been up to? We caught up with them front row at New York Fashion Week to get the scoop. From Glamour’s Cindi Leive to O Magazine’s Adam Glassman to InStyle’s recently-appointed editor-in-chief, here are some tidbits from our most recent conversations. CINDI LEIVE AT NARCISO RODRIGUEZ What’s new at Glamour? If I ever get to go back
Narciso Rodriguez Spring/Summer 2017
Quiet riot. Is Narciso Rodriguez entirely averse to flash? With clothes this foolproof, he doesn’t really need it. Contrary to a lot of the stuff we’ve been seeing this week, Rodriguez’s clothes are designed to be worn hard. Peacocks will not be flocking to a perfect black overcoat, lined with a slash of silver, or
Editor’s Pick: Narciso Rodriguez x Robert Longo Tote
WHAT: Narciso Rodriguez x Robert Longo tote to benefit the Stephen Petronio Company WHY: Designer Narciso Rodriguez has teamed up with famed artist Robert Longo to create a chic limited-edition tote curated by Jill Brienza to benefit the acclaimed Stephen Petronio Company. Petronio is arguably one of the most acclaimed choreographers in the modern dance world, where
Narciso Rodriguez Fall/Winter 2016
Who doesn’t love a minimalist silky slip dress from Narciso Rodriguez that can be worn in any season? Top that off with a thick knit sweater et voilà, winter ready. Perhaps this is the answer to the “buy now, wear now” retail dilemma, show versatile pieces—some of which can be worn year round. Monochrome assym dresses
The Daily Roundup: LVMH Taps Karlie Kloss, Agent Provocateur Collabs with Charlotte Olympia
Your daily dose of chic intel has arrived! Read on for our roster of must-read tidbits… LVMH Taps Karlie Kloss The model has been selected by LVMH to join its team of experts who will pre-select the 10 finalists for the 2016 LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers. Agent Provocateur Collabs with Charlotte
Ralph Rucci to Make NYFW Comeback
Ralph Rucci is returning to New York Fashion Week, for the debut of his new label RR31. The show is scheduled for Tuesday, February 16 at 7 p.m. at an unspecified location in Times Square; the coveted slot falls between Oscar de la Renta and Narciso Rodriguez. Rucci left his eponymous label in November 2014 and was one of the last American designers to show
Narciso Rodriguez Spring 2016
If your aim is to look foolproof, Narciso’s your man. His sherbet-shaded spring is unabashedly delicious, thanks to the sexy cascading hemlines and body-con silhouettes. Just to reiterate: An oversize, three-quarters coat and a fluid pant is an essential pairing.
Thakoon Pairs Up With Kohl’s On A DesigNation Collection
Thakoon Panichgul will be the next designer to land at Kohl’s: He’s the seventh talent to join the retailer’s DesigNation roster. The limited-edition capsule collection, which was inspired by London (each collection is based on a specific global destination), will hit shelves this Fall. Prices will top out at $200, with lots of frocks and knits in