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24 Apr

A Rodarate Fashion Exhibition Is Coming To Washington D.C.

In honor of its 30th anniversary, the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. is throwing its first-ever fashion exhibition. For its foray into the fashion scene, the museum selected Rodarte as the subject of its special exhibit. The brand has a unique approach to designing clothes and connections to both the film and art worlds, so museum director Susan Fisher Sterling thought Rodarte designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy would be a perfect fit for the job. "They work a lot like artists in the sense that they're almost artisanal in the way they produce their work; they somewhat go against the grain of having a really huge schedule of shows. They tend to take time with their collections...
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20 Apr

Here’s a First Look At The Staff Uniforms For Designer And Artist Susan Cianciolo’s Run Restaurant At The Whitney

In 2001, Susan Cianciolo set up Run Restaurant inside New York’s Alleged Galleries. It was a restaurant–meets–art installation hybrid named for her since-shuttered fashion label, Run, with a functioning kitchen, a full menu, a small indoor water garden, and a gift shop. Now, Cianciolo is revisiting Run Restaurantfor the 2017 Whitney Biennial, setting up her own artful atmosphere inside the museum’s Untitled restaurant on the ground floor. The first dinner in the series will take place this evening and run until Thursday. Tickets are $125 for a five-course chef Michael Anthony–prepared meal, which will be served by a waitstaff dressed in custom uniforms designed by Cianciolo. “The uniforms are in line with my history of handcrafted patchwork,” explains Cianciolo. “They are...
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19 Apr

Proenza Schouler Has a Brand New Bag

With a knack for creating cult bags, Proenza Schouler isn't willing to rest in its PS1 laurels. Next up for Pre-Fall is the Curl bag, an homage of sorts to the brand's bags past, that leverages a more is more approach with grommets, rings, and in the case of the above, a very cool palm tree print that has us wishing for summer. "For the Pre-Fall 2017 collection we wanted to create a bag that would consolidate all the design elements we have been using on our accessories in one place – grommets, rings, paneled constructions and bonded leathers," the designers explain, "The Curl Handbag takes all these Proenza Schouler codes and uses them on one bag. The result is a...
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12 Apr

Tory Sport Goes To The Amalfi Coast In Languid New Video


Tory Sport partnered with Nico Guilis of Find Your California on a new video—but instead of hitting up the left coast, the brand time traveled back to the 1970s and the Amalfi Coast in Italy. There, the Spring collection gets the la dolce vita treatment on model Pamela Katz as she spends her day boating, lounging in the sun and practicing yoga. In other words, looking chic in sporty nostalgic wears while doing not much of consequence—the ideal way to spend time on the Mediterranean.

From Harper's BAZAAR

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11 Apr

The CFDA Teams Up With To Call For Immigration Reform

The fashion industry's fight for immigration rights continues. While many designers utilized the runway to get political last season, the Council of Fashion Designers of America just took a huge step in the fight for immigration reform. At a press conference this morning, the CFDA joined forces with, an organization that advocates for immigration reform, to release a new report about the impact of immigration policy on the American fashion industry. Speakers at the event included CFDA chairwoman Diane von Furstenberg, CFDA president and CEO Steven Kolb, president Todd Schulte, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney and New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito. In both the conference and new report released, the fashion leaders and elected officials introduced policy changes that would...
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10 Apr

Jil Sander Announces Lucie And Luke Meiers As New Creative Directors


Major changes are coming at Jil Sander. The fashion house announced the appointment of two new creative directors this morning: husband-and-wife duo Lucie and Luke Meiers.
Following Rodolfo Paglialunga's exit from the house last month, the Meiers' will take the helms at Jil Sander, effective immediately.
"We feel proud and honored to join this beautiful brand. To be able to work on this side by side makes this opportunity even more special to us. We hope to show the affection we have for this brand through our work, as Jil Sander has had such a profound influence on our paths," the couple said in a joint release.

Lucie and Luke Meier have been appointed Creative Directors of Jil Sander. #NEU #JILSANDER JIL SANDER(@jilsanderpr)님의 공유...
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7 Apr

Hood By Air Is Going On Hiatus

Hood By Air announced it will be going on hiatus, effective immediately, in a statement released today. The unexpected news follows the brand's decision to cancel its Fall 2017 runway show at Paris Fashion Week in March. Co-founders Shayne Oliver and Leilah Weinraub will instead be working on their own individual projects for the time-being. Oliver is designing a Fall 2017 capsule collection for Helmut Lang while Weinraub is developing her film career with her upcoming project, Shakedown, which will be shown at the Whitney Biennial in May. While the brand didn't reveal when we can expect it to be making a comeback, the statement hinted, "HBA will continue to fulfill its creative vision in the near future." Until then, we'll be watching...
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6 Apr

What To Buy From Victoria Beckham For Target, According To Celebs

The wait for a Target collaboration to actually drop can be excruciating: We get the designer reveal and then have to wait months for a peek at the result of the pair-up — and then another few weeks for a full lookbook, and then another handful until we can actually shop. We may be used to it at this point, but it doesn’t get any easier year after year, especially when the end-game is wallet-friendly Victoria Beckham dresses. But as we gear up for the Sunday morning debut (which assures that we’ll actually get to brunch on time), we must finalize the game plan for what we’ll actually be gunning for at Target stores and online. Sure, the models very...
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5 Apr

Monique Lhuillier Is Trading In New York Fashion Week For Couture Week In Paris


On the heels of American labels like Rodarte and Proenza Schouler announcing the relocation of their runway shows to Paris after years of being pillars at New York Fashion Week, Los Angeles based designer Monique Lhuillier is following suit. The cocktail and eveningwear designer, whose as well known for her work in bridal, will take her Spring 2018 ready-to-wear collection to Paris this coming July, timing her show with the Couture presentations.

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Monique Lhuillier(@moniquelhuillier)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 3월 17 오전 8:33 PDT

Three's a trend–but then there's more. This season, Vera Wang–yet another pret-a-porter cum bridal designer–made the transition from New York to Paris to accept the Legion d'Honneur, while also shooting her season's lookbook and...
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5 Apr

Jenna Lyons Is Reportedly Leaving J.Crew

Over the past 26 years, Jenna Lyons has reshaped and refashioned J.Crew into the sleeve-cuffing, denim-loving American brand we know and love today. This chapter of the retailer's history is apparently coming to a close: Business of Fashion revealed that, after more than two decades, Lyons will be departing the company. The brand confirmed the news this afternoon in a press release. Lyons' most recent title at J.Crew was president and executive creative director — a big jump from the assistant menswear designer gig she began with when she joined the company in 1990 as a recent Parsons grad. Ever since Mickey Drexler joined J.Crew in 2003 as CEO, she began to play a much more public-facing role at J.Crew —...
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