Style-wise, this week did the most. Between New York Fashion Week, the Toronto Film Festival, and, like, forty-nine movie premieres — plus Nicole Richie, just being Nicole Richie, running errands with relentlessly effortless chicness — the stars had every reason to pull out their most glam ensembles. Read more…
New York Fashion Week
Hillary Taymour, the rising star behind Collina Strada, wants to make clothes that everyone can wear. After launching as a leather handbags line in 2008, the FIDM grad hit this year’s New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 with Collina Strada’s first full ready-to-wear show, and is being called “the next big thing.”
When it comes to Project Runway, there’s so much fans don’t get to see. During each season’s finale, three to four designers present collections to the judges, but what viewers don’t know is that there are additional decoy collections presented at New York Fashion Week. Over the course of 12 seasons, as the show has grown in popularity, more and more designers present collections on the runway to throw off fans and media trying to predict that season’s finalists. In the most recent seasons, at least nine or 10 designers have walked the runway. While most collections were not deserving of being in the finale, there were some standouts. We scoured the past 12 seasons of unseen clothes — season 13 presented nine collections but it’s unclear which will make it to the finale — to bring round up the best runways not seen on TV.
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New York Fashion Week is upon us, filling the streets with glamorous celebrities and wannabes clamoring to get the attention of any photographer within a five-mile radius. If you haven’t been keeping up with dedicated fashion bloggers to help plan your Winter 2015 wardrobe, there’s more to this year’s fashion celebration than Miley Cyrus in nipple pasties. Like megastars attempting to be stylish, but failing spectacularly.
September has already been jam-packed with celebrity events as stars flocked to New York Fashion Week, the U.S. Open, and tried their best to soak up that last bit of summer. Miley Cyrus made headlines when she wore next to nothing at designer Alexander Wang‘s New York Fashion Week after-party, but was sure to identify just exactly where those sparkles on her chest came from.
Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week is upon us, and every budding fashionista is currently updating their blogs obsessively to share all of the glamorous goods that debut this season. If you’re new at this, we’ve complied a list of the best fashion bloggers to follow throughout the week, so you can stay up on all of the clothes, shoes, and accessories that make their way down the runway.
Today marks the opening of New York Fashion Week and a Throwback Thursday, which means we must celebrate this stylish tradition in the most vintage way possible. Once upon a time, Kimye had no meaning and NFL running back Reggie Bush was considered the brightest star Kris Jenner had managed to sink her teeth into. And in 2009, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were simply two of the front row guests admiring the Y-3 fall collection. Separately. As in, they were not yet romantically linked but were sitting so close! Do you think Reggie felt the endless love oozing out from Yeezy’s pores? Did Milla Jovovich feel awkward or really awkward?
The biggest names in music, movies and high society descend upon New York City twice a year to get a sneak peak at the future of fashion at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. It’s a good thing that so many designers showed so many gorgeous clothes this past week–because the 20 stars on our list are in dire need of a new wardrobe. Talk about fashion disasters…