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Monique Lhuillier to Show Spring/Summer 2018 Collection at Couture
Monique Lhuillier announced today that she will present her Spring/Summer 2018 collection in Paris during the Haute Couture shows in July. Lhuillier is following in the footsteps of other designers who have decamped to Paris including Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, and Lacoste; Proenza Schouler and Rodarte will also show Spring/Summer 2018 during Paris Haute Couture. Vetements has been showing
Proenza Schouler to Show Spring/Summer 2018 Collection in Paris
In yet another huge departure from the traditional fashion calendar, Proenza Schouler announced it will move its Spring/Summer ’18 show to Paris. Instead of presenting the collection during the ready-to-wear season, they will show pre-collections and ready-to-wear together during couture in July and January. “Currently a large percentage of the brand’s sales are placed during the pre-collection market
H&M Debuts Sustainable Collection Inspired by The Louvre Archives
H&M unveiled its 2016 Conscious Exclusive Collection and it takes inspiration from the archives of The Louvre museum in Paris. The collection is released in time with The Louvre exhibition “Fashion Forward – 300 Years of Fashion at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs,” which is located in the museum’s west wing. The collection covers key pieces found in
Chic Beauty Spot Marie-Lou & D Opens in Soho
This week, a chic new salon celebrated its downtown debut in NYC: Marie-Lou & D. Owner and founder Dharmendra Manwani invited fashion and beauty insiders for an evening of bubbly, bites, and beauty tips, with Chelsea Leyland on DJ duty. After checking out the Soho space, The Daily chatted with Manwani to hear firsthand what to expect… Love the space! What
Suzy Menkes Calls Out Prada on Instagram
Yesterday Suzy Menkes lent her critical eye and voice on the state of Prada’s holiday windows via Instagram, and it caused quite a stir. (If you aren’t a follower of @suzymenkes, you should start now.) Prada’s window displayed a black sweater with a white bunny print, a black A-line skirt, and a black bag set against
Green Is the New Black at ArtCOP21 in Paris
Paris is the place to be this week: The City of Light is showing that it’s not only bold and determined in the face of tragedy, but it’s devoted to eco chic. Call it France’s answer to Art Basel. Happening now in Paris is ArtCOP21, the world’s most important sustainability forum, and according to our A-list eco-crusader, Leonardo
Insider Fix: Derek Zoolander Out of Fashion?!
Fashion is fickle and you heard it here first: Derek Zoolander, once the most in-demand male model on the planet, is over. And the same goes for his blonde boho counterpart Hansel. The mods might have been the hot ticket at the fall/winter 15 collections in Paris—bestowed the highest honor of closing the Valentino show—but they’ve been declared “old” and
The Daily Roundup: The Relentless Giambattista Valli, Carven’s New Collab
Your daily dose of chic intel has arrived! Read on for our roster of must-read tidbits… The Relentless Giambattista Valli While the fashion world debates ‘designer burnout,’ BoF presents an in-depth look at why Giambattista Valli is creating 12 collections a year to maintain his creative independence instead of sacrificing it. Carven Announces New
Paris Dispatch! A Moment with Michelle Elie
Former model turned jewelry designer, Michelle Elie is always one of our favorite people to spot at the shows. If there is anyone having a blast with fashion, it surely must be her. The artful pieces from designers like Comme des Garçons that fashion outsiders may never be able to wrap their heads around are
Carolyn Murphy Launches Lingerie With Cheek Frills
Carolyn Murphy has a new venture: a 10-piece lingerie capsule with Brit label Cheek Frills. The model, who also serves as women’s design director for Shinola, met the company’s co-founder Kate Canvin in the Hamptons last year. The duo discussed the venture after sharing Murphy’s struggle to find lingerie that was appropriate for her 14-year-old daughter, Dylan, to wear, according to WWD.