By Dan Koday | 09/10/2012 - 16:06
At all the shows I've been going to this season, one thing is very clear: Prints and mixed prints are big for spring/summer 2013. So when I sat down next to our Acting Fashion Editor, Reece Olguin, for Custo Barcelona's show this Sunday, I knew I was in for a treat! Custo is known for their graphics and prints.
One thing Custo did really well this season was jump on the mixed prints trend by mixing their graphics with prints - kind of genius if you ask me.
By Dan Koday | 09/10/2012 - 15:47
As an editor covering Fashion Week, you get to experience a lot of cool things. You can catch celebrities in the flesh (I bumped into - literally - Paris & Nicki Hilton yesterday at The Daily Style Sessions Fashion Week lounge.). You can meet models and designers and see their gorgeous collections up close and personal. But of all the cool stuff that's happened this week, nothing comes close to my experience at the Herve Leger show on Saturday.
By Araceli Cruz | 09/10/2012 - 15:30
Perhaps 8 am is too early for anyone to be celebrating fashion, but that’s exactly what we did Saturday morning during New York Fashion Week backstage at Ruffian as the models prepped in hair and makeup.
With this Spring 2013 collection American designers Brian Wolk and Claude Morais wanted to pay homage to the city they live in: Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
By Nicole Forbis | 09/10/2012 - 14:30
Charlotte Ronson debuted her Spring/Summer 2013 collection Friday night in the Tents at Lincoln Center at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week to a celebrity packed house. Paris Hilton, Cory Kennedy, Rachel Zoe, Harley Newton, and Russel & Kimora Lee Simmons made this front row the place to be!
By Nicole Forbis | 09/06/2012 - 14:10
Max Azria has outdone himself again! BCBG by Max Azria debuted their Spring/Summer 2013 Thursday morning at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in the Tents at Lincoln Center and the Spring/Summer 2013 collection is sure to leave you feeling fiercely fabulous!.
Models adorned in sleek, modern dresses, skirts and pants sauntered down the runway. This collection features basic colors black, grey and ivory along with orange for a pop of color. The pieces come in sophisticated sheers, black lace, muted prints and black leather.
By Sugey Palomares | 08/27/2012 - 15:00
In case you missed the memo, our buying power is expected to increase to a whopping $2.1 trillion by 2015. That includes fashionistas looking for designer deals at every turn. It's no wonder why there are so many Latino designers and celebrities dropping clothing lines for department stores left and right! Check out the ones you should keep a look out for during your next shopping trip.
By Nicole Forbis | 07/24/2012 - 19:00
Mara Hoffman’s Swimwear 2013 Fashion Show was anything but ordinary (especially with wolves howling in the background!). The inspiration? “Desert Outlaw Gypsies” where Hoffman “toughens it up a bit” with bold prints, bold colors, and bold cuts galore. We caught up with the designer at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim in Miami where we got the inside scoop on her designs, her love life and raising her son in a Latin-American household.
So, we hear you partnered up with Hawaiian Tropic this season, what fueled this pairing?
By Sugey Palomares | 05/29/2012 - 13:00
- Count on Oscar de la Renta to create intricate designs that embody nature and ultimate femininity. The iconic designer recently displayed his new 2013 Spring Collection in a Bryant Park showroom, which was nothing less than spectacular. Models were seen in bold designs with electric color schemes and demure plaid prints. Some of them were even spotted rocking bright neon streaks in their hair. Would you try the edgy look for next spring?
By Verky Arcos | 05/04/2012 - 12:22
Francisco Costa, Women’s Creative Director to the popular high-end fashion brand Calvin Klein collection, is the newest designer to jump on the “affordable” bandwagon. Known for his minimalistic and chic aesthetic, Costa will be teaming up with Macy’s to create a limited edition dress line. This will be Francisco’s first time creating a collection at this price point, with dresses ranging from $135-$180.