On day 2 of my Vanity Fair Agenda adventure, Jaden Smith challenges me to a dance off.
Best. Night. Ever.
Not going to lie, I’m giving you the milk, the cow, the farm and the farmer’s slutty wife with this one.
@BaubleBar Teams Up With @CheetahIsNB, A $2000 @EddieBorgo Jewlery Box, and Enough #SideBoob to Keep You Busy For Hours
Francois-Henri Pinault comments on Wang’s new position at Balenciaga, ‘we don’t intend to change.’ [Daily]
In case you care, Gisele had her baby, and it’s a girl named Vivianne Lake. [Refinery29]
Yes Virginia — there is a Target and Neiman Marcus retail collaboration.
Some people love it, some people don’t, and that’s just the way it is. While some may be preparing for Valentine’s Day with candy and flowers, we know many smokin’ single ladies out there are getting ready with spikes and black eyeliner. For all of you stoic anti-Valentines out there, this Look of the Day is for you.
As we run headlong into 2012, Vogue Germany is flapping back to the 1920s in their January issue. With a futuristic twist brought on by Chanel, Etro, Lanvin, Pucci, Tom Ford, Eddie Borgo and fabulous others, stylist Katie Mossman nails now’s twenties vibe. Meanwhile this Daga Ziober is stunning in a cropped red bob and irreverent attitude.
Some people will do anything to get into Vogue. Those people are wise. Like shoe designer Alejandro Ingelmo, who accepted Vogue‘s challenge to create a pair of wedges out of car parts. We’re not talking about parts from, say, a beat up ol’ El Camino, no no. These parts come from the new Lexus CT Hybrid, which in and of itself is 90% recyclable. Watch the magic happen.
Anna Wintour and her flock of the fabulous have meticulously the selected 10 designers (and design duos) in the running for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award. Last year, Billy Reid took the top prize of $300,000, a year of mentorship and a bronze trophy. The two runners-up Prabal Gurung and Eddie Borgo each took home $100,000 and a year of mentoring. This year, the judges are Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough of Proenza Schouler (who join the committee for the first time this year), Mark Holgate of Vogue, Jeffrey Kalinsky of Jeffrey and Nordstrom, Steven Kolb of the CFDA, Reed Krakoff of Coach, Jenna Lyons of J.Crew, Andrew Rosen of Theory, Diane von Furstenberg of the CFDA, and of course the Queen herself, Anna Wintour of Vogue.
See all the of nominees here:
Fashion inspires music, music inspires fashion. We read this in our story on the 10 Greatest Fashion Moments in Music and we witnessed it in well, everything that Lady Gaga has ever worn. Never before has such a literal take on fashion become so stylishly high end than in our round up of these rocker-glam, music inspired accessories.
Bet you didn’t know the CFDA Award statuette was called the Trova. Also bet you didn’t know that Trova has his very own Twitter account. Well the little man-like thing went home with a bunch of different people last night — mostly men*, the skank — and the list of those lucky trophy snatchers follows after the jump.
Last night, The Council of Fashion Designers of America announced the nominees and honorees for the 2011 CFDA Fashion Awards at an event hosted by Nadja Swarovski and CFDA President Diane von Furstenberg. See all of the nominees and a selection of images from the program that will be given to guests at the CFDA Fashion Awards on June 6th after the jump.