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Camilla Belle did Fashion’s Night Out right, making exactly one stop at David Yurman “and then maybe dinner afterwards.” And while the Los Angeles-born actress is true to her West Coast roots, she came out to support a New York-based brand. Which prompted us to ask, which city has more style?
Orchestrated chaos seems to be the name of the game during Fashion’s Night Out, and Macy’s was no exception. We stopped by the New York landmark early in the evening to chat with Rachel Roy and Amar’e Stoudemire about their collaboration for RACHEL Rachel Roy amongst a crazy crowd.
Joan Smalls held court over the teensy David Yurman boutique on Madison Avenue for Fashion’s Night Out last night, where she told us what it’s like being one of the few super successful models of color in the business.
Fashion’s Night Out is tonight! There will be shopping! And food! And complimentary beverages of the alcoholic variety! But perhaps most importantly, there will be celebrities. Here’s what some of your favorite people will be doing at FNO.
Shoppers aren’t the only ones gearing up for Fashion’s Night Out, designers are too! Stuart Weitzman is throwing a shindig at his Madison Avenue boutique, and we were able to talk to him about FNO, Fashion Week, and more.
Admittedly, Fashion’s Night Out is really overwhelming. So many events! So many celebrities! So much booze! And those crowds! Allow us to help you make the most of New York retail’s craziest evening.
This was the week of model lawsuits, Vogue Photoshop abuse, and offensive advertising. We also learned about Fashion’s Night Out plans and September issues. And did you know Sarah Palin had polka-dotted toenails?
If you like your words minced, chances are you probably can’t stomach Cathy Horyn‘s blog entries at On The Runway, where this morning she took an explicitly clear stance on Fashion’s Night Out. This year, Cathy is not a fan.
So, Vogue did quite a hack job on its Glee Fashion’s Night Out photo. It was like they weren’t even trying! The video promo, however, is decidedly less fake.
Today’s StyleDish brings us rules on how to be a responsible coupon user, yet more proof that supermodels are divas, and a September 11-inspired handbag complete with fire-engine-red hue and flame detailing. Also, don’t forget to entire QVC and Fashion Night Out’s sweepstakes for a trip to NYC and more!
When we saw the Glee cast picture touting the actors’ involvement in Fashion’s Night Out, we smiled. The colors are so well-balanced, we said! And there are so many of them (people not colors, that is)! And Lea Michele is in that sparkly Balmain dress! But then we noticed a whole bunch of Photoshop errors. Sigh.
Fashion’s Night Out is less than a month away, but we’re already prepping our schedules. So many stores! So many celebs! So little time!
The third annual Fashion’s Night Out will involve its usual bevy of models, designers, and celebrities, but this time stars of the hit show Glee will be there to help you shop. Cast members including Lea Michele, Diana Agron, Corey Monteith, Chris Colfer, and Darren Criss have been selected as spokespeople to appear in stores from New York to Los Angeles.
Come November, Japan is going to be overflowing with Vogue editors. Anna Wintour and her counterparts at several international editions of the magazine are headed to Tokyo for its edition of Fashion’s Night Out.
Like all production teams with a long lead time, the people behind 2011′s edition of Fashion’s Night Out are already hard at work smoothing out the details for this fall’s nighttime shopping extravaganza. And for the third installment of the now-global event, things are going down a little differently.
Fashion’s Night Out was totally insane, and left us with one burning question: just how much stuff was stolen on FNO? The folks over at Ben Sherman had the foresight to exploit shoppers’ klepto tendencies, and actually devised a pretty brilliant marketing scheme as a result.
How badly did Carine Roitfeld bungle the Paris edition of Fashion’s Night Out? According to the New York Post, really badly. Apparently Roitfeld missed the memo that Fashion’s Night Out was supposed to be about the consumers and the shopping, not about the VIPs.