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There is no shortage of misconceptions about how much models get paid to walk runway shows during New York Fashion Week. But now, thanks to organizations like The Model Alliance and increased online scrutiny, some of them are starting to get cleared up.
We’re taking a long lunch at 12 PM EST today to catch the Prada fall 2013 runway show. And fortunately for you guys, we’re streaming the entire show!
It’s the second day of Milan Fashion Week, which means that the Italian glamour is just getting under way. We’re streaming the Max Mara fall 2013 runway show, and who knows? — perhaps Kate Middleton might make an appearance? After all, she has worn the brand recently.
If you’re like us and are awake at this hour, then you’re just in luck to catch the livestream of the Fendi fall 2013 runway show! What does Karl Lagerfeld have up his sleeves for the upcoming season? Guess you’ll just have to watch to find out.
Tom Ford and Justin Timberlake are both in the midst of comeback moments of sorts. Last month, JT released “Suit & Tie”, his first single since 2006, and now the singer is prepping for the release of his full-length album and subsequent tour. Today, Ford staged his first full-scale runway show in London since launching his label in 2010. Oh, and did we mention the handsome pair are also collaborating with one another?
Remember how blasé we were about a topless Lily McMenamy walking in Marc Jacobs‘ show last week? Well, British designer Pam Hogg one-upped him with several naked models at her London Fashion Week show.
After months of buzz, Rihanna‘s fashion line for British high street chain River Island made its debut Saturday at London Fashion Week! And, what do you know, it looks ever so Rihanna-ish.
Just because we don’t have a few extra Benjamins lying around for a plane ticket doesn’t mean we can’t catch the Burberry fall 2013 show in all its glory. Thanks to our friends at the iconic British brand, we’ve got a front row seat at Christopher Bailey‘s latest collection, and now, so do you! We’re livestreaming the show right here (and on our Facebook page!) at 11 AM EST, so keep this page open because you’re definitely gonna want to watch this.
Clothing retailer Toshop has partnered with Google to bring their London Fashion Week show to a whole new level.
New York Fashion Week may be over, but London Fashion Week is just beginning. Starting today, we’ll be livestreaming over 20 shows from the fall 2013 collections at Somerset House across the pond. Woohoo!
Trends come and go, but Ralph Lauren is forever. Yesterday’s runway show was everything we have come to know and love about the quintessential American designer. We stepped inside from the brisk morning air and were greeted with a lavish bouquet of magenta and lilac blooms, Valentine’s Day chocolates courtesy of Dylan’s Candy Bar, and a trio of jaw-dropping antler chandeliers draped and dripping with crystals. Once the show started, it was clear the designer had taken inspiration from the land of czarinas and “Anna Karenina”, though, as always, he kept to the house codes of luxurious, classic Americana.
Anna Sui‘s runway is one that we look forward to each season because it’s genuinely a lot of fun. Happy models, pretty clothes, a chill atmosphere, and BS-free front row — now that’s our kind of show. Last night, Sui did what she does best with a great collection of clothes inspired by the ’60s in France, and a big group of top models.
We may still have nightmares to this day about the the creepy twins from The Shining, but to The Blonds, that doesn’t mean they aren’t perfect fodder for runway inspiration. In fact, the scarier the better seemed to be the mantra yesterday at their fall 2013 show, a scene far removed from the uptown elitism on other New York Fashion Week runways. At Milk Studios, Philippe and David Blond channeled classic horror movies like Psycho, The Birds, and, yes, The Shining to create a theatrical, over-the-top collection sure to blow away even the biggest Hitchcock buffs.
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While his residency in Oscar de la Renta‘s studio began only a matter of weeks ago, John Galliano‘s signature drama was noticeably in the air yesterday evening as we settled in to watch what was surely one of the most hotly anticipated shows of New York Fashion Week. Sitting front row was Cathy Horyn, no doubt relieved that all of the Galliano gossip means that the media will be letting barbecue-related bygones be bygones this season. Since she has known both designers for many years, we couldn’t pass up the chance to pick the brain of the New York Times fashion critic about their partnership this season.
Kaufmanfranco may be a common refrain heard on the red carpet, but yesterday marked the nine-year-old label’s first showing at New York Fashion Week. It was a strong, self-assured debut that begged to be worn by a strong, self-assured woman, and, sure enough, sitting just a few seats down from us in the front row was Jane Krakowski, one of our favorite small screen actresses, well, ever.
Who knew that an extra layer and a hip accessory would be all it took to transform a bandage dress into the pinnacle of downtown cool. Sleeves! Hats! A revelation! Not that the label’s signature style was the only thing to see on the runway at yesterday’s Hervé Léger by Max Azria show. No, it would be hard to miss the gigantic fur hoods worn by a number of the models, and even before everyone took their seats, the melee of photographers and journalists surrounding the front row celebs was, as per usual, a spectacle unto itself. We caught up with one such A-list showgoer, Coco Rocha, backstage after the show to hear her thoughts on the collection, how she’s weathering the blizzard, and where she’ll be watching the premiere of her new reality series “The Face”.