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Project Runway celebrated their tenth anniversary on the Highline last night! But while the show is gearing up for a season rife with drama, the guests at the NYC fête opted for more subdued ensembles.
Earlier last month, Macy’s revealed that it was collaborating with Calvin Klein‘s Francisco Costa as part of its “A Magical Journey to Brazil” series. We the Brazilian designer’s previewed the entire collection this morning and can attest that it’s amazing.
We’ll give you a hint — he’s known for his minimalist and streamlined designs.
We’d been wondering whether Occupy Wall Street would try to make a statement during Fashion Week, and it turns out they’ve had something planned for the last day of shows all along. OWS organizers plan to march on the first of this afternoon’s two Calvin Klein‘s runway presentations, and they’re going to set up a makeup booth when they get there.
The adjective “Minimalist” has been thrown around more than a few times this week, with everyone from Derek Lam to Richard Chai showing simple silhouettes and clean lines, but no one has embodied the term more perfectly than Francisco Costa‘s Spring 2010 collection for Calvin Klein.
A Los Angeles boutique owner got Francisco Costa to remake Cher Horowitz’s famous white Calvin Klein dress from the movie ‘Clueless.’ You know, the one that looked like underwear.
Lady Gaga arrived at Thursday night’s Rainforest Fund 21st Celebration Benefit Concert in a Francisco Costa for Calvin Klein black silk taffeta bustier dress and those crazy heel-less shoes, and then changed into a white bustier dress over a knit hooded body suit — by the same designer — for her performance. But she somewhat inexplicably kept the shoes.
This azure blue, pleated front, smock-like dress — exclusively designed for Sarah Jessica Parker’s May Vogue cover by Calvin Klein designer Francisco Costa — is now available to the masses for $1,695.
Sure, they can deliver the news, but when it comes to trend forecasting the Associated Press should just keep it’s day job. Consider their latest mirror ball prediction: “Old models are the new black.” Well, if the trite headline didn’t tip you off to the fact that they’ve completely missed the mark — consider what lies beneath the fold.