• Asked & Answered: What Was the Last Great Book You Read?

    6 monthes ago - By WWD

    We asked this season's front-row faces for their book recommendations during New York Fashion Week.
    Emma Roberts: “‘Bad Blood,' I'm reading right now. I'm so obsessed - I'm already almost done and I only started it four days ago. I've been canceling plans, I have been shushing everyone in the vicinity because I need to finish this book.”
    Sadie Sink: “I'm a little late to this, but I read ‘Bossypants' by Tina Fey. That was so funny, I read it in probably two days.”
    Carine Roitfeld: “Usually, I go back to my classics always - I love Russian literature like Dostoyevsky. But there is one that...
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  • The New Way to Experience London Fashion Week

    The New Way to Experience London Fashion Week

    6 monthes ago - By Elite Traveler

    The latest edition of London Fashion Week, which is set to unfold from the 15 th to 19 th February, 2019, will see the launch of a entirely new format event. Held within the official British Fashion Council show space, ‘London Fashion Week: Insiders' promises to provide fresh insight the LFW experience.
    The new Insiders event is designed to give ticket holders an immersion into the season's trends through access to catwalks, including Front Row seats, along with a series of talks and curated shopping.
    Each ticket to London Fashion Week: Insiders includes two London Fashion Week shows on...
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  • Telfar Clemens' New Direction for American Fashion

    Telfar Clemens' New Direction for American Fashion

    6 monthes ago - By AnOther

    “It's great for those who present that way, we just like to do our shows differently,” says Telfar founder Telfar Clemens of the traditional runway presentation format - one which the New York-based brand eschewed for a third season in favour of an immersive experience. For A/W18, Clemens (fresh from winning the CFDA/ Vogue Fashion Fund award) presented what he described as a “
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  • At New York Fashion Week, next autumn looks sexy and colorful

    At New York Fashion Week, next autumn looks sexy and colorful

    6 monthes ago - By Fashion United

    Over the weekend, from Los Angeles to
    London, the showbiz A-list strutted their stuff on red carpets for the Grammys and Britain's Bafta film awards.
    Halfway between in New York, the style glitterati lined catwalks to preview the trends for next autumn and winter.
    The short answer? Lots of bright color and lots of sex appeal.
    Here are some highlights from the latest shows at New York Fashion Week, which culminates Wednesday with a presentation from Marc Jacobs: Prabal Gurung looks home to Nepal -
    Gurung, who now has 10 years in the business behind him, looked home for inspiration to Nepal...
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  • 3.1 Phillip Lim to go fur-free from autumn 2019

    3.1 Phillip Lim to go fur-free from autumn 2019

    6 monthes ago - By Fashion United

    New York-based designer label 3.1 Phillip Lim is the latest fashion brand to announce that it will be dropping fur from its collections from autumn/winter 2019.
    In a statement the designer has stated that he will ban fur and exotic skins, such as fox, mink, lynx, chinchilla, astrakhan/karakul lamb and exotic skins including python, alligator, crocodile and lizard, from the labels ready-to-wear and accessory collections, effective immediately.
    However, he added that the label will still continue to use leathers and shearling that are understood to be a by-product of the meat trade.
    The move...
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  • Romeo Hunte brings street glam to New York Fashion Week

    Romeo Hunte brings street glam to New York Fashion Week

    6 monthes ago - By Fashion United

    There's streetwear and there's traditional glamour, and rarely, if ever have the twain met. Designer Romeo Hunte decided two meet the two in holy matrimony at New York Fashion Week this season. His latest collection was an homage to the fashion trends of the early to mid-1900's. The womenswear was done with a bit of menswear inspiration in mind.
    “I always start off with menswear,” Hunte said to FashionUnited. “For women's I feminized those pieces to be very powerful, yet feminine. This season we did a lot of velvet, satin, denim, fox, and mink. Each look is designed to be a bang, so people...
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