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Even if his first cover didn’t exactly bring home a gold medal when it came to newsstand sales, it looks like Ryan Lochte is still spending his time on dry land cozying up to Vogue — and no, we’re not just talking about the time he fondled Anna Wintour‘s bare leg.
Like most people, I like to unwind with friends and drinks after a day in the office. That’s why an invitation to cocktails with Richard Chai at the Dream Downtown on Tuesday evening was right up my alley.
Filson rules. Richard Chai rules. The two them together really, really rules.
Have you ever shopped at a store when the designer’s there? Because this is a thing I have done! A few times! And while it’s kind of cool, it’s also so awkward.
We happen to think Target diffusion lines are really, really amazing. Not only does Target generally price things appropriately — they also have the sickest collaborations. And this is why the announcement of their Designer Collective project is the best news we’ve heard all week.
Peter Som has been showing a mix bold patterns and bright color for the last three seasons, so it’s comes as no surprise that now the practice is experiencing a moment, Som still does it best. His collection for Spring Summer 2011 is a very girly, very short and very colorful answer to the muted minimalism we’ve seen from Richard Chai, Rachel Comey and BCBG.
We love fashion, but we know not everybody has the time to scroll through every look on the runway. Consider this your Cliff Notes to the shows. First up: Richard Chai.
Wang, Wu, Lam, Lim. We’ve been coveting their goods for quite some time now. And while their aesthetics are quite variable, they all have something in common: their Asian heritage.