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New Label Alert Friends & Associates Photographs by Hugh Lippe Over the course of his career as a fashion editor and stylist Matthew Edelstein has had plenty of opportunity to form opinions about American fashion and now, with his new clothing line,
Space suits, hoop dresses, shiny white helmets and dynamic, sporty footwear the future of fashion seemed so clear and simple back in the 1960s. That was when conventional Paris shows were upturned by Pierre Cardin, whose journey into space is still
It is, in a way, an opportunity for designers to test new or nutty ideas before they incorporate them into their bigger spring runway shows, beginning in September. Surprisingly, this year, a number of them are on the same wavelength, telegraphing
Louise Dahl-Wolfe/Louise Dahl-Wolfe Archive, via Center for Creative Photography, Arizona Board of Regent Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada shared an affinity for decorative embellishments, often in plastic, and innovative fabrics. A Schiaparelli
Sep 14, 2011 15:31 Sei Unico, means you are unique. That's what you deserve to be, deems Mashail Abdullah Alhusaini. Alhusaini is one aspiring designer who has made her foray into the fashion hub of Jeddah recently.
tool goes here From Adolfo to Yohji Yamamoto, Women's Wear Daily has recorded the A to Z of fashion over the last 100 years. There are the suffragettes, flappers, career women in pantsuits and, later, miniskirts. Fashion is an industry that's always
There are only very few designers who are clever enough to make such a style even remotely appealing, or who have the resources to tap the intricate workmanship that goes into its creation for that matter. For those, meanwhile, who find florals
Ruth Fremson/The New York Times Back view of Charles James’s “Diamond” evening dress of 1957 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. More Photos » Which brings us to the often delirious yet discomforting unreality of most museum exhibitions devoted to
It’s a very interesting time to re-embrace American design — that ability to take something casual, industrial and utilitarian and elevate it,” says Reed Krakoff, standing in front of the inspirational “mood board” for his first ever fashion show.