Mary Katrantzou: Form was the focus of Katrantzouâ€™s Fall lineup. While many of the Fall runways have focused on exaggerated proportions, Katrantzou took it a step further with enormous winged sleeves, voluminous tulip skirts, and severely cut triangular bodices on dresses. Also, in focus? Famed photographers Alfred Stieglitz’s and Edward Steichenâ€™s shadowy prints of turn-of-the-century street scenes, like a solitary man walking down a cobblestone street toward a lamppost which was imposed on an off-the-shoulder sheath. Likewise, a man walking riverside beneath a cherry blossom tree during twilight was printed on a black and white silk bell sleeve dress. In sum, this was one dark offering that lit up the runway with romantic reverie.
We’ve been waiting for this cover! Zooey Deschanel finally graces the cover of Glamour’s February issue that hits newsstands on January 8th. Take a look at their first hair-themed issue, featuring Deschanel on the front and the back cover, and over 100 ideas for your ‘do. The New Girl star also takes on her critics (with a dirty mouth!) with no regrets: â€œIâ€™m just being myself. There is not an ounce of me that believes any of that crap that they say. We canâ€™t be feminine and be feminists and be successful? I want to be a fâ€“king feminist and wear a fâ€“king Peter Pan collar. So fâ€“king what?â€