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Model Lily Kwong looked amazing in a micro polkadot print jumpsuit and camel coat at the Diane von Furstenberg show on Sunday.
Red is a given around Valentine’s Day, but this year at NY Fashion Week the trend has been more pronounced. Vibrant, saturated cherry red is showing up everywhere, particularly in accessories. The color was also a major part of yesterday’s Diane von Furstenberg fall 2011 show, so don’t expect it to disappear come February 15th. (more…)
The weather turned distinctly autumnal on the Sunday of New York Fashion Week, as rain came down on Lincoln Center Plaza before the Diane von Furstenberg show. Umbrellas and trench coats were put to good use.
Kate Lanphear. I know you’ve seen this outfit in the previous post, but I liked this portrait of her. While most of us just “dare to be different” some of the time, she has a distinct sense of style rooted in Goth otherness – this one combines a vintage rocker tee with a sleeveless trench. It reaffirms the importance of experimentation in fashion, instead of just following what everyone else is doing. (more…)
We got a special look at the Diane von Furstenberg Spring 2010 front row, which was packed not just with the usual fashion crowd but with DVF pals and luminaries like Graydon Carter, propietor of the crazy-hot Monkey Bar and the Waverly Inn. When Carter and his friend Fran Lebowitz were asked if they could be photographed together, Lebowitz quipped, “Oh good. I’ll look young.”
They both have great taste in blazers.
Tons of celebs and fashion faves – Michelle Tractenberg, Peaches Geldof, Carine Roitfeld and more after the jump. (more…)
Wrap yourself in black patent leather and grab a silver handbag: Fashion Week is back! Diane von Furstenberg fans arrived wearing blindingly bright white (like Glenda Bailey with monogrammed Goyard bag), big fur hats (Andre Leon Talley), and high-waisted coats with poufy skirts (Carine Roitfeld).
Few designers can claim their clothes are instantly recognizable. Diane Von Furstenberg never needed to emblazon her designs with logos, however, to establish her distinctive style. A crush of people, many of them women in DVF dresses, wrap and otherwise, wait for standing room at the Bryant Park show or breeze past, invitations in hand.