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Whitney Port is putting on the “first-ever fan-supported fashion show” (say that five times fast!) at this fall’s New York Fashion Week, which sounds really cool and awesome until you realize that she’s hitting you up for money.
Tom Ford has decided to show his men’s collection at the second-ever London Collections: Men showcase.
We report on all types of fashion shows — from the depressing to the sublime, the creepy to the kooky. Today we add “cute” to the pile, since we’ve stumbled upon what may be the world’s most adorable fashion show. Behold: the kids’ fashion show during Zurich’s Charles Vogele Fashion Days.
Say it with us: funeral fashion. When in mourning, not everyone can look as good as Naomi Campbell. We’re assuming that’s why the folks at the Necropolis Expo (the 18th International Exhibition of Funeral Art and Ritual Supplies, natch) held a funeral fashion show. Funeral! Fashion! We feel morbid writing about this, but these pictures needed to be shared.
Fashion shows comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes. While fashion weeks happen in cities all over the globe, aspiring designers dream of showing in one of the big four: New York, London, Milan or Paris. And let us tell you — that is no easy feat. Recognizing this (and also owing to the popularity of street fashion), Paris’s Galleries Lafayette department store decided to put on what could be the world’s biggest fashion show.