SPREAD: Sarah Jessica Parker for Vogue May 2010 By Mario Testino

In a salute to the upcoming exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute, “American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity,” VOGUE’s May issue offers a celebration of the same topic. To herald the cause and as the emblem of today’s American woman, Sarah Jessica Parker is VOGUE’s May cover star.


Halston to Return to Menswear

Halston is relaunching menswear with 2 lines, a luxury and heritage line. These lines will be managed by Neema Clothing and designed by Studio Mauro Ravizza Kreiger in Italy, unlike the label’s womenswear, which is made in-house and is currently ‘created’ by Sarah Jessica Parker.


Dree Hemingway Takes Over The Fashion World

Dree Hemingway is everywhere. For Spring 2010, she walked for Chanel, Giles, Rue de Mail, Loewe, Karl Lagerfeld, House of Holland, and last season she posed for the Gucci and Halston campaigns. Now she’s beginning her Spring campaign reign, she’s set to shoot for Valentino and Ferre campaigns.


TrendSpark: Monochrome

Great article in WWD about the newest (well heard about it for some time, but now it’s official) trendspark for fall: monochromatic looks from heard to toe.

“Come Fall, designers like Maurizio Pecoraro are advocating a monochrome vision that extends from head to stockinged toe. “My idea was to create a pure look,” explains Pecoraro, who conjured his eighties-era memories of singly hued looks from Claude Montana. The cherry on top of this ultra-matched look is tights, particularly in hard-to-find hues like persimmon at Bottega Veneta, ocher at Nina Ricci, and burgundy at Albino. (Stow the matte black Wolfords for next season.) Knee boots created a similar effect at Akris and Halston, but hosiery’s hegemony is undeniable. Even pattern-loving designers like Anna Sui and Paul Smith ordered up custom leg wear for complete coordination.”

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