They’ve finally arrived, the new Jurgen Teller MJ ads. Here are models Stella Tennant and Kristen Owen in all their lo-fi glory. If you squint your eyes you can almost make out their faces. Do these photos make you want to buy the clothes? Or put on a Sonic Youth [READ MORE]
Alisha Trimble knocked our sockies off during the Fall / Winter 2008 shows, but it wasn’t until today that we got video we can share. Check out this up and coming designer fresh out of the down and dirty streets of NYC. She [READ MORE]
Frida Giannini has won me over completely with her Fall 2008 Ready-To-Wear collection, I am in love with every single stitch, of every single piece. Her sexy, confident style manifested itself this time as a Russian, hippie, rock chick, but one who can afford to look that way luxuriously. [READ MORE]
Maria Cornejo Extra shined with a collection that expanded on the already widely held notion that this is one designer on the cusp of fashion immortality. In probably her last collection before she goes officially “mainstream” the designer showcased what she does best, modern grasps of symmetry and bold burst [READ MORE]
Continuing on our “Everyone is F*cking Reading Fashion Indie” kick. “The Duckies” aka Steven Cox and Daniel Silver (or their PR agents) totally contacted us back on our negative post on the collection.
Sounds like a sneaky little pr ploy to me, but I appreciate the attention (yes I’m a [READ MORE]
Cool. Tierras. 5th Ave. Black Gloves. Here.
Malan’s runway was a platform for an expression of garments that women love to wear. Creative vertical lapels for women which looked nearly architectural yet sensual. Sexy black dresses that exhibited a woman’s body to the world topped with the occasional [READ MORE]
Jovovich Hawk has been on of those collections I want to hate on (the celebrity factor, sorry Milla) but can’t because of how cool the clothes really are. This duo has continuously thrown out collection after collection of highly wearble, slighty vintage inspired looks that can satisfy even the most [READ MORE]
Have to say it. I don’t get this collection.
I know Thom Brown has been talked about as “the savior” of mens fashion, but his collection is just plain stupid. Fine, the simpler pieces may make sense and yes I can’t deny his amazing ability to make a wonderfully tailored [READ MORE]
In a season that has been “lackluster” to say the least, Benjamin Cho’s collection was pretty intense with intricate patterns, detailed cut-outs, and bursts of colors incorporated Cho’s signature style. The favorites included a Carrie Bradshaw worthy blue burst of energy that came careening down the runway followed by a [READ MORE]
In her typical upper-east side meets 60s chic, Tory Burch kept her Fall 08 collection true to her typical style. Her party, however was a whole other back bend.
Held at Christie’s with The Fug Girls who put it accurately when they said there was drama. Burch’s [READ MORE]
Thakoon’s Fall 2008 collection proved once again that Thakoon Panichgul knows how to add some intrigue and mystery to a season that has been if anything but exciting.
I’m loving those sheer tights! Three words to describe this collection: crazy, sexy, cool. Fabulous combination of garments and fabrics. Thakoon [READ MORE]
I’ve been thinking a lot about clothing lately. I think there is a big potential for the whole clothing experience to be re-invented so we don’t have to hurt the environment and humanity so much. Instead of always using new fabric and shipping clothes made in sweat shops [READ MORE]
Designer Swaim Hutson showed that he has come a long way from his roots as a designer of a rock and roll collection. The presentation last night for Obedient Sons & Daughters proved why Hutson was named one of the top menswear designers in America last week by [READ MORE]