We know you don’t have time to watch every NYFW show, so check out our quick and dirty rundown so you can get back to being your stylish self (and binge-watching Netflix)! More
Topic: Cushnie et Ochs
The rich jewel tone and billowing trousers of this look make Lupita Nyong’o look like she’s a million feet tall. More
Last night in Beverly Hills at the International Women’s Media Foundation’s 2013 Courage in Journalism Awards, the event’s co-host Olivia Wilde had her moment, too. … More
Celebrities love fashion week. Not just because they get wined and dined, sit front row, skip all the lines and leave loaded down with freebies–but because they get press, for the simple act of wearing clothes. Their outfits don’t have to be inventive, interesting or even stylish–if they’re famous and anywhere within a stone’s throw of Linc Center or Milk, they’ll get photographed. For dayz.
And we’ll contribute to the problem! More
Lily Collins, haver of a pristine face and good connections, stopped by the premiere of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones last night. We were going to Google “mortal instruments” and do two minutes of rote research so we could tell you what it’s about, but the first thing we saw was “high warlock of Brooklyn” and then we couldn’t read anymore because our eyes were spraying blood. More
Fashion Week happened, as you know, and now we begin the pick-up part of the season, where we root through the collections and decipher trends in color, texture, print, silhouette, etc. One Fall-appropriate hit: leather, especially dresses. They were tight and sexy at Cushnie et Ochs, cool and voluminous at Cynthia Rowley and surprisingly ladylike at Rachel Comey. They cropped up at Peter Som, Thakoon, even Marc Jacobs did a few.
A leather dress will go great with the rest of your urban warrior costume but… aren’t they still really sweaty? And they bunch in such unflattering ways! And it’s hard to pull off a heavy texture like that. Here’s a few of the different styles we saw at NYFW, let us know if you’ll be headed that direction next Fall.
Spring is reliably the time for two things: floral prints and airy dresses in white. True to form, NYFW saw no shortage of prints–of every kind–and plenty of the LWD (the LBD’s humidity-friendlier cousin). Here’s the 10 on our wishlist, from Gatsby dreams at Ralph Lauren to draping at Doo.Ri to minimalism at Helmut Lang… and this razor sharp number above from Cushnie et Ochs. More
I’m not sure that you or anyone you know will be persuaded by these runway-dominating looks, but the fact of the matter is this: fashion week was all about peplums, cutouts and–the cutout’s occasionally awkward sibling–cold shoulders. Let’s look at the evidence. More