With the pace news is moving these days, it’s not exaggeration to suspect that the Japan’s earthquake and subsequent nuclear disaster may just blown on by with the escalating armed drama in Libya. So it was a refreshing spot online to see this very genuine and direct letter from Japanese model Tao Okamoto on Ford [...]
It’s been nearly two years since Peter Bjorn and John has graced the airwaves with a new EP, so it’s a perfect #MusicMonday sort of preview to catch a listen of the new album Gimme Some slated to drop on March 29 via StarTime International. The tracks are Pop Rocks sunny with ebullient guitar strumming [...]
Surely the past two years have been a lesson to even the hottest of designers: women spend on accessories and outerwear. While we have a soft spot for handbags and a bold statement 5-inch heel we can barely teeter in, the latter category of ready-to-wear is a particularly smart investment. Taken care of, coats can [...]
Last we caught up with Toronto-based photographer Cory Vanderploeg, he was toying with shadows, sharp lines and black and white imagery for his Fall 2010 editorial Plaid. Now the talented lensman is developing his oeuvre with the help of stylist Heidi Ondrusek in this dynamic Spring editorial. Once again there’s his trademark crisp images, but [...]
Having made Ladurée and my personal favorite, Pierre Hermé, requisite stops during Paris Fashion Week, I’m something of a macaron fanatic (admitting is the first step). Kenzo’s Antonio Marras seems to be of the same mindset; the house’s artistic director was inspired by the French sweet to create a set of eight silk-satin colorful round [...]
And on the seventh day, fashion kept on going. We’re rounding the bend here and there’s stellar shows on the docket starting with Rachel Roy and Vera Wang in the AM. Keep checking back for more photo updates.
We’re on the backside of the mountain that can be NYFW. Nerves are frazzled and the feeling of a full night’s shut eye is all but a distant memory. At least there’s fabulous clothes and parties as salve. Take a look at Day 6.
Save your brunching for Spring, because today is something of a marathon Sunday at New York Fashion Week’s Fall 2011 collections. Early trends for the season include ponchos both as outerwear and layering piece. Menswear and the fabrics associated with it such as a wool herringbone are a favorite too. Starting with Derek Lam in [...]
From Alex Wang to Prabal Gurung there were great shows from exciting NYC talent today. Take a look at the behind-the-runway shots here.
We’re in the thick of it and today’s schedule had me hopping all over the city from Ruffian in the early AM at Lincoln Center, Chelsea for Jason Wu and down to Milk Studios for NAHM. Check out the day’s pics.