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Dear Daily: The Story of a Met Gown
New York gallerist Blair Clarke attended the Met Ball last night and writes in with of a few photos and memories of the event. Plus! Moskov creative director Khristine Catacutan reveals her inspiration for the gown and how that epic headdress came together. As we revealed last year, it takes a village! Dear Daily, Time flies. I truly didn’t think my
Who’s Behind Gigi’s & Rosie’s Met Ball Beauty Looks?
Our Met Ball recap wouldn’t be complete without a rundown of the show-stopping beauty looks that graced the red carpet. Here, 10 of our favorite trends that channeled the year’s future-facing theme. GIGI HADID “The inspiration for Gigi’s look this year came from a red carpet look we did in the past, but we are changing a
Amber Valletta Chats About Her H&M Eco-Chic Met Ball Dress
Amber Valletta is no Met Ball newbie, and in the past has graced the red carpet in couture designs from Atelier Versace and John Galliano. This year the model and actress took a new direction, collaborating with mass retailer H&M to design her ensemble for the ‘Manus x Machina’ theme. Her date/hairdresser, Teddy Charles, also dressed in H&M, looked dapper in a wool tuxedo. The Daily chatted with Valletta
Scenes from The Weeknd and Naomi Campbell’s Met Gala After Party
The Weeknd and Naomi Campbell hosted an uber exclusive after party at Up&Down last night after the Met Gala. Many, like Madonna, slipped into something a little more comfortable, while Karlie Kloss showed up in a shortened version of her Brandon Maxwell number, which the designer cut live on Facebook. “This is a bad idea or maybe it’s brilliant!
How Technologically Savvy Are This Year’s Met Ball Attendees?
With this year’s Met Ball exhibition exploring fashion in an age of technology, we wondered how confident some of the celebs and designers who walked the red carpet are in their tech abilities… Miranda Kerr: “I’m not that savvy, but I’m actually quite good on Snapchat!” Julie Macklowe: “My idea of Web shopping is actually pointing my phone
Met Ball 2016: Live from the Tapis Rouge
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you know that fashion’s most highly anticipated event of the year happened last night: the Met Ball. This year, the Costume Institute Benefit celebrated the Met Museum’s exhibit Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology, which explores how fashion designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made when it
The Daily Roundup: Kate Upton Confirms Engagement at Met Ball, Net-A-Porter’s Exclusive Gucci Capsule
Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here… Kate Upton Is Engaged The model had quite the accessory to go with her Met Gala look: an engagement ring from now fiancé Justin Verlander, the Detroit Tigers pitcher who she’s been dating for three years. Net-A-Porter Launches Exclusive Gucci Capsule
Gents Is Moving Into the Mini Market
Allow us to have a Mommy blog moment: Gents, or the official hat brand of every cool guy we know, is moving into the children’s market. Gents Kids launches on May 20 with three styles based on best-sellers: the Jersey Knit, the Sailor, and the Lone Star caps. “There’s a void in the kids market for clean
Exclusive: Karl Lagerfeld & Amanda Harlech Transform Kendall Jenner for V Magazine
Karl Lagerfeld and Amanda Harlech chose Kendall Jenner as their muse for a six-page fashion spread in V Magazine Issue 101. Jenner, dressed head to toe in couture looks, is practically (and intentionally) unrecognizable in some of Lagerfeld’s shots, hiding behind an Armani Privé veil or looking fierce and out of focus in others. Lagerfeld and Harlech looked to classical Chinese
Pamela Love on Creating Her First Book, Muses & Manifestations
Pamela Love, well-known for her one-of-kind collections of culture-meshing, boho-infused elegant jewelry, teamed up with Rizzoli for her first book, Muses & Manifestations. And it’s no ordinary book, just as her jewelry are no ordinary designs. It’s loosely divided into themed chapters, and is filled with images that stretch from jewelry stills to mood boards to lookbooks to old handwritten notes, sketches,