Back in the old fashion week (let’s say 2010), there was a lot you wanted but couldn’t get. Phoebe Philo Celine bag. Frame denim jeans.whispered compliments gossip girl. A description of a random new app called Instagram. Speeding up for 2022, almost everything from celebrity screams to “sold out” status to his bag can be double-clicked into existence. This includes past and future trends.
“For the last three years, I have only bought second-hand clothes,” said the Gen Z Cool Girl™ this morning. (She asked to remain anonymous because her fast-fashion ad campaign literally relies on encouraging her followers to shop her. Really I’m just bored. There. There is nothing new in
Then the lights dimmed, and suddenly he quoted Mrs. Potts: beauty and the beast――There may be something there that has never existed before. So instead of just lingering as a magazine clipping on a vision board, the actual newness of the runway that can transfer its magic into the world of real people.
What happens when the new comes to a past life? Amazing results, courtesy of Sintra Martins. The Brooklyn-based designer transforms vintage textiles into new pieces that combine feminine whimsy with knife-edged tailoring she learned during her previous Tom He Braun internship.equal division The Great And for the teenage queens of the ’90s, this collection hit a double code for both new-style romantics and old-school perfectionists.
Thanks to his work with Azealia Banks and Kylie Jenner, Kim Shui is known as the sex bomb tailor. The thing is, this New York designer was educated in Milan. She made that clear with her latest collection. Pastel tweed minis and faux fur trims jaw breaker When ignorant, Beneath the TikTok party vibe, however, were leather goods and bodices suitable for Prada ads and Barneys splurges. (RIP.) Check out Tom Ford for Gucci’s (1999) Maggie Rizer next to Shui’s latest runway look. (Note to Kim: YES! GO THERE!)
As “The Metaverse” Continues To Be A Thing™, Maisie Wilen Finds A Way she Two places at once: online and IRL. The up-and-coming designer and CFDA-nominated figure paired up with Yahoo’s Ryot Labs to create a giant hologram modeled after Wilen’s wraps his dress and downy trench his coat (partly humans, some fairies). The setup was dense with QR codes and shopping extensions (which was Yahoo’s work after all), but the real “oops” was made from cutout denim and sheets engraved with rave-ready unitards. It came from Wilen’s masterful handiwork to blend with a debutante dress that looks like…of discarded plastic. The metaverse never could.
When it comes to fabric, Christian Siriano pops feathers like Hermione Granger. He’s the kind of wiz who shows off his sartorial skills at every opportunity. I tightened my denim. The cutout was shaped like a dagger. The relaxed cobalt suit got huge cheers from Drew Barrymore in the front row, which she’ll probably wear, meaning Coco in her dress for the big evening, her Rocha and Karen her Elson. The showdown for the Grand Her finale had its time to heat up.I also like the fans in the front row Ted Russo‘s Hannah Waddingham and Susan Sarandon had more time to cheer from the sidelines. (They did it. Loud.) Seriously dibs on that denim, though.
There is a kind of creative discourse that dismisses the “pretty” as intrinsically worthless, but I call it bullshit and use Patricia Bonardi as proof. We combine South American macramé and needlework with new materials such as denim, neoprene and even recycled netting to train and employ hundreds of local residents. It’s reached bombastic territory including sheer tops, but with new forays into embroidered denim separates and quilted velvet jackets, this is more than “just” a resort wear line. It’s a growing perspective.
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It’s been a big year for label founder Rebecca Hessel Cohen. ChilledCohen’s frilly floral miniskirts and oversized pastel cardigans have become a multi-million dollar empire, winning Target’s collections and spawning its own home line. Bien Sur.) To celebrate her success, Cohen threw a 40th birthday party at the Plaza Hotel, which doubled as a campaign, enlisting party princesses like Lily Chi (moment to see and buy now) and Aube Joricourt. I was.. Again, it’s easy to say “so what?” Because ruffled parties don’t get in the way of her dress. This is a woman ethically making clothes that other women want, and unfortunately in 2022, it’s still news. . promise.
Here she is walking the runway at Eckhaus Latta.Or is she raiding the “Avengers” compound? Because it’s evident from her steely gaze Her perfect lipstick that allows her to lead the pack and save the world. (Come on, Marvel, Paloma is your girlfriend!)
And wait, about Katie Holmes…
Alice + Olivia’s New York Fashion Week totem with Stacey Bendet. 1) Dib, Stacey, in a smiley skirt. 2) It’s interesting to see Holmes wearing this all-white suit. Holmes had a small clothing line with Jeanne Yang from 2009 to 2014, but thanks to her viral kite moment in 2019, she ‘s style is seeing renewed interest, reportedly becoming one of the most searched-for outfits of pre-pandemic life. Indeed, investors are seeing the power of her new Katie Holmes brand. Do beloved New Yorkers want it? Just ask.