Calling all fur fans: 2012 is your year. Draped on the shoulders of celebrities, models, and tastemakers young and old, fur is making a major appearance in fashion right now. From Alexander McQueen to Zac Posen, designers across the board are coming up with inventive ways to style the luxurious material.
If you’re like me, your clothes can get a little freaky in the day-to-day. Halloween is a time to channel those clothes into a focused character, but you can still wear those pieces once the day is done. We found some articles of clothing that can amp up a costume, then slip into your closet and come out anytime. See how.
London Fashion Week turns it out with such brightness and humor that typically evades New York (in favor of chic sleekness). But there’s a handful of NYFW designers that throw color to the wind in reckless abandon, churning out chaotic brilliance this side of the pond. Whether they belong here or there, we’re glad they stayed. Meet our favorite New York designing wild childs.
Thursday night, Lester, Sam and I closed New York Fashion Week in the best of ways by celebrating 10 years in SoHo with Adidas Originals, hosted by our favorite cool kids at VICE Magazine. The soiree boasted lots of free booze and a stellar in-store performance by A$AP Rocky, during which I died and went to heaven. See all of the exclusive photos after the jump.
If you have ever have been to the bathroom at The Standard Hotel Highline, you’re familiar with the gorgeous view from the toilet, but little do you know that the view works two ways.
Overall, this fashion week, I’ve spotted the brights that will enlighten us, the pink that will neutralize us, the blue period we’re entering, and a few overalls. I’m all about the workman’s onesie, so you can imagine my delight at spotting three clear cut on the runway. Phillip Lim, Duckie Brown and Jeremy Scott are all giving it to me. Are these ready-to-wear overalls doing it for you?
Linda Farrow has done collaborations with The Row, Alexander Wang, and Raf Simmons. But this pair of sunnies by Jeremy Scott for Linda Farrow takes the traditional shape of eyewear and throws it out the window. Peep these patriotic shades and place your hand over your heart to begin your pledge of allegiance.
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