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Michelle Harper has the most amazing personal style that always seems to reference vintage, though her clothes are often by up-and-coming American designers. She’s like a 1920s flapper who’s been airlifted to modern times. At the Jason Wu show, she wore a black fur coat and a black turban with red lipstick, perfect for blowing a kiss in the snow.
Russian Tatler editor Anya Ziourova wore black and white, including an optic white fur jacket and black leather top, to yesterday’s Jason Wu show.
Miroslava Duma wore a beautiful Céline colorblock coat and pink knit hat to the Jason Wu show yesterday during the onset of the big snowstorm. She drew a huge crowd of photographers:
When the thermometer drops down to the low 20s in New York, my mind goes back to the bitterly cold days outside St. John’s Center during last winter’s New York Fashion Week. And guess what? The next NY Fashion Week is just five weeks away, so it’s time to start brainstorming about what to wear now.
Model Aymeline Valade bundled up with panache outside the Jason Wu show with a wrap, Alexander Wang bag and warm hat for a look that’s cozy yet chic.
Teen Vogue’s Jane Keltner de Valle wore a Jason Wu Skirt, Jason Wu bag, and Proenza Schouler top to yesterday’s Derek Lam show.
I am completely obsessed with Mad Men actress Jessica Paré. She had me at “Zou Bisou Bisou.” And she looked just as amazing in person when she walked the red carpet at this week’s CFDA Awards in this beaded black and fuchsia Jason Wu dress. Cute but edgy, much like her character on the show. The tassel earrings are by Eddie Borgo, another CFDA nominee.
Lace was a big motif in the spring collections and also on the CFDA red carpet. Designer Jason Wu’s sheer blue silk crepe gown with a black lace underlay looked super sexy and glamorous on model Jessica Stam.
Model-of-the-moment Arizona Muse emerged from the Jason Wu show in hair and makeup – and a black coat with leather edging.
These two Allure editors are so stylish separately but even more stylish together. David Thielebeule and Treena Lombardo both wore expertly layered looks to yesterday’s Jason Wu show. Love all the texture on him and the play on proportions in her outfit.
Lane Crawford’s Sarah Rutson looked gorgeous at Jason Wu in a strapless pleated black dress. But since she is one of fashion’s bellwethers, it’s important to note what she’s wearing: a dress! Sarah Rutson was one of the first to wear all sorts of skinny pants and jeans with platform stilettos in past seasons. This past NY fashion week, however, she wore dresses and skirts almost every day.
Street style darling Joanna Hillman of Harper’s Bazaar was back in action yesterday, sporting a cute and creative combination of denim shirt and pleated ivory silk skirt. (I loved her prep secrets for Fashion Week interview from last season – the dreaded rolling rack of outfits must be out again.) Her metallic YSL wedges, after the jump. (more…)
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…)
Love this splash of color and tortoise shell sunglasses in a sea of black and gray. Also, the more shows you have to attend in a single day, the smarter it is to wear jeans!
One great thing about a black tie event for the fashion industry? You’ll never be bored. Guests at the Swarovski-sponsored CFDA Awards last night wore daring, dazzling looks with no worries of playing it safe for the mass media, since this 7th Avenue version of the Oscars is a little more sheltered than the Hollywood event. That’s not to say the women and men here weren’t elegantly dressed: fabulous gowns and tuxes abounded, but look closely and you’ll see towering shoes, short hemlines and plunging necklines that really pushed the envelope in terms of what works for the red carpet.
Sarah Jessica Parker created the biggest stir of the night in a gorgeous, art nouveau-style Alexander McQueen gown. She presented a Board of Directors Special Tribute Award to the late designer at the ceremony.
The best red carpet looks: Alexa Chung, Emile de Ravin, Jessica Biel, Dree Hemingway, Irina Lazareanu, Sasha Pivovarova and many more – all photos by Gastro Chic! (more…)