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Casting for New York Fashion Week is well under way, a fact made obvious by the packs of long-limbed pretty people we spotted roaming around the city this weekend. On Saturday, we stopped by the offices of BCBG Mx Azria and Hervé Léger by Max Azria to take a peek behind the scenes and see what goes in to casting two of the week’s hottest runways.
No week is complete without a super hilarious lawsuit to discuss, right? A $220 million lawsuit has been filed against Max Azria and BCBG, and the details are incredibly bizarre. According to WWD: The complaint was filed by Jimmy Esebag, Camden Healthcare, and United Medical Devices in connection with a proposed transaction that involved Playboy [...]
Halston, the brand which has lost no less than four of its most famous executives in the past two weeks, might not be doomed to a disastrous death after all. Word has it that some of the people who run BCBG Max Azria could be helping to bring the brand back to life.
Last week, we heard that Zac Posen had signed on to design Bella Swan’s wedding dress in the latest installment of the Twilight series, Breaking Dawn. Now, it appears that Posen is just one of many designers with their name in the ring — nine of which agreed to share their sketches with InStyle. Let’s take a look!
Yesterday, during Max Azria‘s Herve Leger show, we tweeted the following: “Exactly one black model at Herve Leger.” It was an obvious observation, and itt turns out that we weren’t alone. Jenna Sauers of Jezebel, a site known for keeping tabs on runway and fashion diversity, asked Azria about his almost all-white cast after the show. His answer may surprise you.
The top designers at New York Fashion Week have been fighting with IMG, which organizes Fashion Week presentations, over its policy for celebrity arrivals. Above, Bradley Cooper with Dee and Tommy Hilfiger before the designer’s 25th Anniversary show.