Just further proof that fashion folks are full of hot air.
For the 2012 holiday season, Barneys has collaborated with Disney to release the animated short Electric Holiday starring Minnie Mouse that features some of fashion’s most famous faces in cartoon form. So far Barneys has kept the names of these industry staples under wraps, but now we have your first sneak peek.
Kate Lanphear, Candice Swanepoel, Pierre Hardy & More Reveal: Which Designer Would You Take To A Deserted Island?
Every New York Fashion Week, we ask our favorite celebrities, models and industry insiders a few questions about their lived during the eight days of madness. Today’s question: If you were stranded on a desert island, which designer’s collection would you take along? See all the answers after the jump.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art‘s annual Costume Institute Gala is tirelessly referred to as the Oscars of fashion and it certainly ranks as the industry’s glitziest and most glamorous night. But unlike the Oscars red carpet, where actresses willfully play it safe for fear of a career-defining performance on the worst dressed list, at the Met Gala the balls are to the haute couture wall. This is Fashion with a capital effin’ F. Sometimes the results are truly stunning and other times they’re…how can I put this gently…god-awful. Let’s take a look back at the Met Gala’s greatest hits and misses.
In the spirit of “Fashion Behind Closed Doors,” photographer Nick Waplington captured Nadja Bender backstage at the Lanvin show for the cover of Style.com/Print‘s second issue, hitting newsstands April 2. And since this season has been notably turbulent, the biannual mag made sure to emphasize this time around that “the fashion world is, above all, still about the individual people involved, especially the creativity and talent of the designers.”