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One of London’s most glamorous happenings, the Vogue Festival in association with Vertu culls the fashion industry’s greatest to host (and attend) workshops and panel sessions featuring everyone from Victoria Beckham and Cara Delevingne to Anna Della Russo and Paul Smith.
Anna Dello Russo is easily one of the most photographed editors during fashion week — or, for that matter, ever. But that wasn’t always the case.
Starting our morning with Michael Kors‘s fall 2013 show is always a good thing, but getting whiplash in the process was perhaps less so. You see, at Kors’ show this morning, about eight models, male and female, were walking the runway at any given time. It was probably due to the fact that the designer was showing a total of 63 looks, and while we would’ve definitely appreciated seeing the looks one by one, Anna Dello Russo was totally fine with it.
Anna Dello Russo has been noticeably missing at New York Fashion Week. Show goers and street style photographers haven’t caught sight of the over-the-top editor all week until she finally showed up at Marc by Marc Jacobs Monday night, and Diesel Black Gold and Rodarte on Tuesday.
Thanksgiving wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without the annual Macy’s Parade. But we think the tradition could be much improved if these 10 fashion faces were added to the mix of ballons that float down the streets of Manhattan every year.
While we’ve been giving you easy-peasy Halloween costume ideas, Anna Dello Russo, Padma Lakshmi, Heidi Klum, and more have been plotting their over-the-top ensembles. When it comes to dressing for Halloween, a simple store-bought costume just won’t do it for celebs, and a standout look requires lots of planning, hair extensions, and probably a fashion assistant or two.
Carine Roitfeld really knows how to throw a parrr-tay. Last night, the CR Fashion Book editor-in-chief fêted her MAC collaboration with a very fancy fête in Paris, and of course, everyone was dressed to the nines.
Galas for The American Foundation For AIDS Research tend to be filled with fashion people, and as the most recent one, held on Saturday night, coincided with Milan Fashion Week, the models, editors, and personalities were out in full force.
While most of the red carpet action last night was admittedly up at the NYC Ballet Fall Gala (aka Valentino heaven), elsewhere around the globe other fashionable folk stepped out to strike a pose and sip some champagne. But who looked best doing it?
Vogue Japan editor and street style icon Anna Dello Russo is collaborating on an accessories line with H&M, and its release date fast approaches. You’ve already seen the campaign video, but now the look book is here, and we have lots of details.
In honor of Anna Dello Russo‘s accessories collaboration with H&M, the world’s most dedicated street style icon has given us a music video the likes of which even P’trique has never seen. Get ready to take a Fashion Shower!
Street style star Anna Dello Russo is just as weird about getting her picture taken as we are. Who knew?
When Miranda Kerr wore a printed Peter Pilotto ensemble in November, we thought it was too similar to the styles in Alexander McQueen‘s spring 2010 collection. But we had a change of heart, and decided Brooklyn Decker looked trendy in the same outfit on the June cover of Flare. And when we spotted Anna Dello Russo wearing the same look in Milan this weekend, we said, “OMG sick!” So of course, we have to pose the question: who wore it best?
The Cannes red carpet coverage continues and things are still looking good.
This is the best collaboration we’ve heard of in a while! H&M has tapped Anna Dello Russo to design an accessories line set to launch in stores and online October 4.
When we realized we were seated directly behind Anna Dello Russo at Calvin Klein’s fall show this afternoon, we nearly had a heart attack. Then, once we calmed down ever so slightly, we tapped her on her very furry shoulder and asked her some questions.
While celebrities who act are busy prepping for the upcoming SAG awards, celebrities who wear pretty clothes were in Paris at this year’s Sidaction Gala dinner. So, who looked best?
We’re not quite ready to let go of the Christmas spirit.
Crystal Renn has starred in her fair share of quirky magazine editorials, but this one for Vogue Nippon sort of hits the whole concept of magazine editorials squarely in the nose. That’s because in it, in each shot, Renn wears exactly one brand, denoted by a supersized version of that brand’s logo made into a hat on top of her head.