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Designer Ralph Lauren Celebrates 50th anniversary At Central Park

The American Fashion house facilitated the design show and a grand dinner gone to by a veritable’s who of names from the world of  politics,amusement, media and entertainment. Ralph Lauren, center, at the finale of his 50th-anniversary runway show held in Central Park on Sept. 7 during New York Fashion Week. (Ralph Lauren)   Hollywood stars Robert…

Nina Ricci’s artistic director Lisi Herrebrugh’s graduation show

A week ago, Lisi Herrebrugh and Rushemy Botter were reported as Nina Ricci’s new aesthetic chiefs. The pair, which is behind menswear mark Botter, won the current year’s Première Vision Grand Prize at the Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography. Did you know Herrebrush graduated as of late as 2014? She learned at the…

New York Fashion Week kicks off with Tom Ford’s Collection

New York Fashion Week opened with a blast with a masterclass from Tom Ford, A-rundown models overflowing stifled refinement in unbiased palettes with Tom Hanks and break-out romantic comedy star Henry Golding front column. Fashion designer Tom Ford saluted the audience during his show. AP Image Courtesy / credits – AP Models were rocking Tom Ford…

Breast Cancer Survivors Catwalk Baring Scars In New York Fashion Show

Brave breast cancer survivors have stormed the runway at New York Fashion Week in a groundbreaking show. The 16 models all wore lingerie and lounge-wear from AnaOno, which designs specifically for women who have had mastectomies, breast reconstruction or breast surgery following a cancer diagnosis.  All Images Courtesy / Credits – Getty /AFP / AnaOne /Art…

Calvin Klein Makes Bold Anti Trump Statement At New York Fashion Week

With the help of David Bowie’s infamous song “This is Not America,” designer Raf Simons made a pointed message during his debut collection for Calvin Klein at New York Fashion week. Solis sent a model down the runway wearing underwear with the words “Fuck your wall” written on the back of them. Other pieces featured messages…

La Perla Debuts at New York Fashion Week

La Perla debuted its first ready-to-wear collection in New York last night where Gwyneth Paltrow held court front row and a whirlwind of A-list models showed up to show off the new collection. The colourful, star-studded show included plenty of silky, negligee-inspired dresses.The collection had tailored suits, bright blazers and separates. Models crisscrossed the British manor-inspired runway…

John Galliano Cites Selfie & Social Media Culture for his Maison Margiela collection at the Paris Couture Week.

Former Dior designer John Galliano cited social media and the selfie generation as inspiration for his latest Maison Margiela collection, unveiled at the Paris Couture Week. John Galliano’s affinity for the grandiose has defined his career awlays and Galliano had many things to say during his Maison Margiela Couture Spring 2017 showing.In addition to the usual craftsmanship…

“Vetements” Catwalk their Unconventional Clothes at Paris Couture Week

It’s couture but not as we know it.The wholly unconventional house “Vetements” — French for “clothes” — has been making waves ever since it burst onto the Paris Fashion Week scene.It’s a must-have brand and already a staple for self-respecting fashionistas. Photograph: Etienne Laurent/EPA Photograph: WWD/REX/Shutterstock Tuesday saw an edgy, almost anti-couture, display that featured…

Alexis Mabille Brings in Monarch Styled Dresses at Paris Couture Week

For a designer that once told us his dream is to dress Queen Elizabeth, Alexis Mabille seemed to be making a direct plea with a collection topped by diamond crowns. Though Mabille’s signature bright colors are also favored by the queen, much of this collection wouldn’t pass the monarch’s muster. Some of the looks were more lingerie than luxe, in…

Alexandre Vauthier Showcases at Paris Haute Couture Week

A couture collection that sends out pairs of jeans as lead looks is certainly bucking convention, especially after the conservative craftsmanship of Chanel and Armani. But Vauthier is couture’s bad boy, cutting barely-there minis so very micro that the audience, seated below the mirrored runway, had a clear view of some models’ white undies.The bright…

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