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It’s safe to say we’ll only ever encounter one $1.5 million dollar, 24 karat gold gown in our lives, and that time came back in April, when we sat down with Zac Posen to talk about the gilded, beyond-glamorous design he created for Magnum Ice Cream’s new Gold?! bar. But while actress Caroline Correa was the lucky one who got to don that dress (with bodyguards on hand, no doubt), now the rest of us gold-diggers can get in on the action with Posen’s more accessible replica.
Prom season is nearing its end, but alas, we still have yet to be asked. That may have something to do with the fact that we’re, oh, a few years past the age of curfews, corsages, and tuxedo-clad teenagers, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a part of us that wishes we had a limo to hop into once again. Emily Blunt didn’t help matters with her look last night at the “Freeing Voices, Changing Lives” gala: the kind of dress we only wish we could have gotten our hands on at 17.
Zac Posen is no stranger to being called fashion’s golden boy, so it’s only fitting that he would be the one tapped to design a dress made of the precious stuff for Magnum Ice Cream‘s new Gold?! bar. The gown made its debut last night at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Magnum’s short film, As Good As Gold, starring Caroline Correa and True Blood‘s Joe Manganiello, but before the big launch, we sat down with the designer to learn more about the $1.5 million (!) gown, get the lowdown on what it was like to work alongside TV’s hottest werewolf, and find out what Posen considers to be his biggest indulgence (hint: his answer is pretty great).
Between his eponymous high end line, contemporary Z Spoke label, and new gig as a judge on Project Runway, which premiered last week, you would think that Zac Posen would have his hands full. But WWD reports that the designer is launching a third line, called Zac Zac Posen, for fall 2013.
While The Face doesn’t premiere until next Tuesday, host Nigel Barker, supermodel coaches Coco Rocha, Naomi Campbell, and Karolina Kurkova, and a slew of their fashionable friends stepped out in New York City last night to fête the new reality show.
Lynn Tesoro, the unfortunate publicist who got smacked in the face by an editor just prior to Zac Posen‘s spring 2013 show, has filed a new lawsuit against the women who attacked her.
Let this be a lesson to all you would-be sucker punchers at New York Fashion Week: don’t sock a publicist at her fashion show and expect her not to hit back.
Coco Rocha spent most of Sunday tweeting mysteriously about surprises planned for Sunday night’s Zac Posen show, and while the model walked exclusively down his runway, it turns out she wasn’t the only surprise.
When we arrived for our appointment to view Zac Posen and Z Spoke by Zac Posen resort, we had no idea we would be walked through the collections by Posen himself. Best surprise of the week? Most definitely.
Lucky is hosting its very first FABB (Fashion and Beauty Blog) West conference today in Los Angeles. They’ve rounded up an impressive list of participants, and we’re excited to be able to bring you the livestream.
In-between collections — pre-fall and resort — are typically more commercial than what we see on the runway during the fall and spring shows. They are considered safer, less dramatic. Thankfully, this was not the case with Zac Posen‘s latest collection. Gowns for everyone!
In one of our favorite collaborations in a collab-heavy year, the CFDA has teamed up with the New York Times to bring 50 amazing photos out of the Gray Lady’s archive.
To be honest: we were fairly disappointed with Sunday night’s red carpet showing. It was pretty, sure, but basically, we were very, very bored. That said, even the most snoozey awards show has its standouts, and tonight was no exception. From a CW star to an Oscar winner, from Oscar de la Renta to new-to-us Lebanese designer George Hobeika, these six ladies stole the sartorial show.
If you’re reading this on a smartphone, find somewhere to sit down. Because if you’re anything like us, you’re going to be mad when you find out which designers (Yes! Designers! Plural!) made custom clothing for Miss Piggy, who is a puppet, for the upcoming move The Muppets.
After two seasons of getting less-than-desirable reviews in Paris, designer Zac Posen is bringing his main collection back to New York Fashion Week.
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 can’t get the seat we’d like to get at a fashion show, we chalk it up to having only been around for about a year. When Elle magazine creative director Joe Zee can’t get a seat he wants at a show, we get offended.
Can Oprah Winfrey do no wrong? Our answer is no (this is Oprah we’re talking about), but we’re curious to know what you think about the gown she wore to present the Oscar for Best Documentary Film.