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Kate Lanphear, editor-in-chief of Maxim magazine, mixed a pinstripe suit with a vintage rock tee and stilettos at the Michael Bastian show during NYFW: Men’s.
Fashion journalist Jeffrey Podolsky of Barron’s after the Michael Bastian show. As soon as photographers asked for his picture, he lit up a cigarette and smoked it throughout the whole photo session. His outfit too is a bit unorthodox: a pinstriped suit paired with white sneakers, beaded bracelets and a colorful necklace.
A great menswear look outside the Stella McCartney show. The white linen suit is a classic, but the Birkenstock-esque sandals bring it up to the present moment.
This was our first sign that something had happened to the mighty stiletto: when French Vogue editor Emmanuelle Alt arrived at the first show of Paris Couture last summer in low, red cap-toe heels. A statement shoe indeed!
Another fun moment in Pierre’s studio outside the Valentino show in the Tuileries – this time with Justin O’Shea and Veronika Heilbrunner. She’s in another cute minidress by Valentino – their floral print for spring.
We’ve been seeing a lot of double-breasted suits and coats on both men and women outside the shows. Caroline Issa wore a charcoal gray power suit under a red fur coat to the Louis Vuitton show in Paris. Click through for the clever message on the back of the coat. (more…)
Justin O’Shea wore a great black and white checked coat to the Marni show in Milan with tinted shades.
In the sea of people outside the fashion shows, Anna Russka is one who has a distinctive look. I love her early ’80s hair and penchant for wearing suits. Seen here in a cool print suit and tinted shades outside the Roberto Cavalli show.
Natalie Joos wore a cool floral brocade suit by Guilietta New York to the Derek Lam show, layering it with a powder blue fur trimmed coat, orange and silver booties, purple knit gloves and another pop of color with saturated red lipstick.
One of the guys – Pier of Models Jam – thought it would be a good idea if we set up our own “photo pit” in the Tuileries to catch all the models as they went by. Pier and his Italian photographer comrades started with three chairs and a tripod. More photographers gathered alongside them, then a bunch of tourists formed at the sidelines, and before you know it we had created a sort of huge arena, or “studio,” as we called it, in the middle of the Tuileries. Justin O’Shea and Veronika Heilbrunner danced it up for the cameras. Such a fun moment.
W Magazine’s Karla Martinez always looks fantastic, but particularly on the last day of New York fashion week, when the rest of us looked a lot less refreshed. She sported a Proenza Schouler red tweed shorts suit to the Ralph Lauren show – a great example of how to mix flats with business attire.