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I’m always thinking of Linda Fargo at this time of year because of the fabulous Bergdorf Goodman holiday windows. Here she is looking great outside the Carven show in Paris. She told me the lips necklace is just a novelty item she picked up somewhere – it adds a little fun to an elegant black and white look.
Bergdorf Goodman’s Linda Fargo is instantly recognizable on cold days by her big fur hats. Today she wore one with a Burberry trench with fox fur shoulders and Louboutin leopard print boots to the Dries Van Noten show in Paris. Now that’s warmth and style. For her take on the fall/winter 2013 season so far, check out her interview in WWD.
Here are some more bright pants for you, on Linda Fargo at Etro, mixed with a colorful fur scarf. They look so great in the spring light, especially now that the weather’s warming up in Milan. Though there are some skinny jeans in bright colors for spring, flared, tailored trousers in bright colors are particularly chic. The bag is Valentino.
One of the most exciting trends to take off this fall is the colorblocking of bright, solid separates. Outside yesterday’s Rag & Bone show, Bergdorf Goodman’s Linda Fargo demonstrated her keen eye for color with a DVF top and vintage Guy Laroche red leather skirt, from Alber Elbaz’s term as head designer.
Even if you’re not attending anything as glamorous as the CFDA Awards this summer, chances are you’ll have to get dressed up for a wedding or charity event. Black tie attire is always tricky to navigate, but especially in hot weather, so take a few tips from these fashion pros.
The latests trends in red carpet attire, after the jump. (more…)
It’s always an interesting crowd outside the Alexander Wang show. Like Marc Jacobs especially in the early years, this designer attracts some die-hard fashion groupies as well as the usual roster of fashion show attendees. Some guests took a n0-holds-barred approach and dressed in absolutely outlandish outfits. If there was anywhere to do it, it would be for the fashion person’s fashion person, Alexander Wang.
This choice of clothes proved prescient – Wang showed many all-white looks for spring and no black at all. (more…)
The fashion set broke out yet another round of fabulous outfits for day seven of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, where Phillip Lim showed in the tents. Set against a 007-esque mirrored backdrop, the collection featured sportswear in relaxed layers, gray with pops of red, and a trompe l’oeil pleated dress that was white walking in one direction, black walking back. The sequined party clothes were especially appealing.
A successful take on the ’80s look – very “Addicted to Love” meets Michelle Pfeiffer in Scarface. Expect to see more PVC/leather skirts like this through the winter – and yes, tube skirts are back. (more…)