Best. Night. Ever.
American fashion corporations are doing their part to help out with the recovery from Hurricane Sandy. Brands such as Michael Kors, the CFDA, and Tory Burch are all donating money, staging fundraisers, and auctioning off goodies to do their part in the Hurricane Sandy recovery effort.
Inspired by President Barack Obama’s reelection, Karl Lagerfeld decided to do a fashion illustration of the politician as “The Biggest Chef in the World”.
Model Kate Upton has finally made the full transition from bikini clad cat-daddy dancer to Vogue Italia cover girl. The 19-year old model’s boobies are arguably still the main focus of the image, but hey! A cover of Vogue is a cover of Vogue.
Grace Coddington is realeasing a memoir come November, but what you didn’t know is that the infamous Vogue creative director is also a talented artist. Check out her illustrated version of fashion editors sitting in the front row after the jump.
Obviously she would still be rocking the blunt bob and round sunglasses. The Cut reported on the relaunch of style website The Coveteur and to celebrate they hired some of the cutest child actors in the biz to portray mini versions of fashion favorites like Anna Dello Russo, Rachel Zoe, Tommy Ton, and the editrix herself Anna Wintour.
A celebration of a luxury landmark, fashion royalty came out in full force at the Bergdorf Goodman 111th birthday gala at the Plaza Hotel in NYC. Read ahead for all the celebs, surprises, and style shots of everyone from Anna Wintour to Carolina Herrera.
Just because you house a $40,000 a ticket fundraiser for the President, does not mean you get front row at his events. Editor-in-chief of American Vogue Anna Wintour got the seating shaft at the Presidential debate and had to sit in the bleachers with the common folk.
I’m sitting on the front porch of a Savannah, Georgia cottage talking about custom made Barack Obama caftans with Andre Leon Talley. Does life get any better than that? Read ahead to check out our discussion on his 80 Black Dresses Exhibit, the symbolism of the exhibit’s hungry looking mannequins, stories about Anna Wintour, and things most people don’t know about the fashion icon.
New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn doesn’t have many friends left in the industry, it seems, after a series of scathing critiques about anyone who rubs her the wrong way. And these days, any which way is the wrong way.