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Last night’s CFDA Fashion Awards, were filled with plenty of memorable moments beyond the red carpet. Hillary Clinton joked about collaborating with Bravo on a show entitled Project Pantsuit, Andy Cohen presented a clip of his Sex and the City cameo as a shoe salesman during his opening monologue, and Vera Wang delivered a tearful acceptance for her Lifetime Achievement Award.
Zac Posen is no stranger to being called fashion’s golden boy, so it’s only fitting that he would be the one tapped to design a dress made of the precious stuff for Magnum Ice Cream‘s new Gold?! bar. The gown made its debut last night at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Magnum’s short film, As Good As Gold, starring Caroline Correa and True Blood‘s Joe Manganiello, but before the big launch, we sat down with the designer to learn more about the $1.5 million (!) gown, get the lowdown on what it was like to work alongside TV’s hottest werewolf, and find out what Posen considers to be his biggest indulgence (hint: his answer is pretty great).
We spend our Fridays chillin’ with beers and friends, but for Michelle Harper, Olivia Chantecaille, Prabal Gurung, and more, the end of the week naturally means a black-and-white masked ball.
For the first year since its inception in 2009, Fashion’s Night Out will not be held in the United States.
If you were single on Valentine’s Day, there were several ways you could’ve sought solace, like getting smashed with other single friends or making love to Ben & Jerry on your couch. Or, have a glass of champagne with someone renouncing the holiday as irrelevant to your love life. Which is what I and several hundred other New Yorkers did last night at the penthouse of The Standard East Village in Manhattan, with that “someone” being fashion’s favorite astrologist Susan Miller.
Miss Montana’s name is Alexis Wineman, and she’ll be competing for the big title this Saturday night!
Is Ann Romney learning the hard way not to mess with Anna Wintour?
Boston tends to get a bad rap, fashion-wise. But last night there was not a North Face in sight at the opening of Mario Testino‘s first-ever stateside museum show, which drew Anna Wintour, Hamish Bowles, Karlie Kloss and many more all the way from NYC to Beantown (how glamorous must that Fung Wah bus trip have been?)
W is celebrating their 40th anniversary this year, and to mark the occasion the magazine has recruited four of fashion’s favorite Hollywood faces to cover the November issue, one for each decade they’ve been churning out the glossy.
It’s only fitting that the opening of a ballet whose costumes were designed by none other than the legendary Valentino Garavani would have a red carpet just as glamorous as the ensembles on stage.
From her mother’s narrow escape at Auschwitz to why she would never date a lawyer, here are a few things you should know about the inimitable Diane von Furstenberg.
Twenty minutes before Rebecca Minkoff‘s spring 2013 show was scheduled to start, I got a message that Ryan Lochte would be attending. Needless to say, I, like every other reporter who confirmed with his Twitter account, took off my heels, slipped on flats, and hustled up double-time to Lincoln Center. Once inside The Theater, the vibe was noticeably more electric than any of the previous shows I had attended, with more reporters and photographers milling about on the runway. And then it began.
As do we, Allyson, as do we.
When we asked Allison Williams who she’d most like to be seated next to at fashion week, we were expecting an answer along the lines of, say, Ryan Lochte or Rihanna. But it seems the Girls star has her sights set on a slightly younger demographic.
It was a long evening, but Fashion’s Night Out at Saks Fifth Avenue was well worth it. I interviewed one of my favorite athletes, Amar’e Stoudemire from the New York Knicks, and took a photo with him. Yeah, I was totally shameless.
But you sure wouldn’t know it from the tunes Solange Knowles was spinning last night at her Meatpacking District flagship.
Despite the mob of fashionable girls (and one adorable little boy) snapping photos with and of Rebecca Minkoff at Saks Fifth Avenue during Fashion’s Night Out, the designer seemed relaxed and ease. Almost eerily so, and she later admitted that it’s because she’s completely, 100 percent finished with her spring 2013 collection, which we’re livestreaming at 3 p.m. this afternoon.
The countdown is on for Fashion’s Night Out, and with more than 700 retailers keeping their doors open late tomorrow evening, it can be a little tough to navigate all of the deals. Luckily, we’ve divided the best of the bunch into three major shopping ‘hoods: Meatpacking District, Soho, and Midtown/Upper East Side, so you can plan your night of boozing, celeb-spotting, and retail accordingly.
In case you wanted to DIY, or something.