Fashion Shows

  • The Most Diverse Runways of the Season

    By Nia Schindle on 2018/07/02
    Spring 2018 made headlines as the most racially diverse shows in NYFW history, but the fall shows only saw a mere 0.4% increase in nonwhite models and a decrease in plus-size models. When it comes to diversity on the runways, the fashion industry has been dragging its well-heeled feet. While the industry at large moves at a (painfully) slow pace, […]
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  • Catwalk Cues: Top 10 Spring ‘18 Runway Shows

    By Nia Schindle on 2018/03/02
    From seductive tailoring at Tom Ford to Wild West inklings at Calvin Klein, these are the top 10 runway shows of the season:     Celine Creative Director Phoebe Philo redefined workweek dressing with luxe layers and 80s-style power staples—think deconstructed trenches, broad shoulders, and directional tailoring. We’re calling it “The New 9 to 5”. Louis Vuitton This collection is […]
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  • Get Political: Designer Messages For The Fall

    By Joyce Huang on 2017/11/08
    Designers have gone political this season! Using their platforms to make a statement, Prabal Gurung, Jonathan Simkhai, and Alice + Olivia are just some of the famous names who have been putting out some sleek message tops into the world. The tops may be simple in design, but it’s because it’s the words that are supposed to be at the […]
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  • Tailor Made: Fendi’s FW17 Collection

    By Nia Schindle on 2017/09/20
    For Fall 2017, the Fendi models stepped out onto the runway in the brand’s signature sophistication. Eschewing the pop-bright palettes and maximalist tendencies of seasons past, the house’s latest collection felt decidedly grown up. Finely crafted fur coats draped over mannish plaid tailoring while bold patterns in autumnal tones paid homage to the art of Viennese woodblock printing. Ladylike bags […]
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  • Catwalk Cues: Opulent Accessories Right Off the Runway

    By Nia Schindle on 2017/06/21
    Take a break from your tried-and-true spring essentials (we’re looking at you floral prints and woven straw beach bags) and tap the cues from the catwalk for something a little more opulent and over-the-top. Mismatched earrings replaced typical coordinating pairs for a bold accessories statement, while slinky chainmail chokers and luxe anklets put a glamorous twist on nostalgic ‘90s style. […]
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  • Fall/Winter Fashion Week 2016 Trends: Paris Edition

    By Holly Boyle on 2016/04/05
    You’d be hard pressed to find something that Paris doesn’t do exceptionally well. The soft voice that echoes through famed runway destinations like the Grand Palais whispers to us that this city isn’t just the last of the Fashion Weeks. It’s the grand finale. The final culmination that ever so politely reminds us whatever we think we know about the […]
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  • 5 Fab Lip Colors to Try This Spring

    By Susan Linney on 2016/04/04
    Ready to perk up your pout with some of the bright, bold colors we saw on the Spring 2016 runways? Here are five of our favorite shades, along with the best lipsticks to match each look. 1. Cherry Red As models at Jason Wu, Dolce & Gabbana, and DKNY made clear, nothing brightens up a beautiful face better than a […]
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  • Fall/Winter Fashion Week 2016 Trends: Milan Edition

    By Holly Boyle on 2016/03/14
    When you go to Milan Fashion Week, you are there as much for the shows as you are for the street style and culture. Milan is so eccentrically beautiful and complex for the most part, but in quieter moments, it’s demure, elegant and luxurious. It’s often a debate on the maximalism vs. minimalism argument in the fashion industry and we’re […]
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  • Fall/Winter Fashion Week 2016 Trends: London Edition

    By Holly Boyle on 2016/03/03
    Sartorially speaking, London packs quite a punch in the short time that is Fashion Week. Designers range from ridiculously cool streetwear to devilishly divine evening elegance, and everything in between.  But what stood out more this time around were the details, the accessories and the color choices.  We’re talking about the little idiosyncratic embellishments and heavily defined features that create […]
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  • NYFW 2016 Trends

    By Holly Boyle on 2016/03/01
    New York Fashion Week isn’t just a kickstarter on the 4-city tour of Fashion Month, but rather the anchor to it all.  Because we’ll see iterations of all the minute details to the mega-trends NYFW presented reverberating through the remaining European capitals each week. What NYFW capitalizes on is the New Yorker in all of us, resulting in the reciprocated […]
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