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The CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Winners and Red Carpet

The CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Winners and Red Carpet

On Monday evening, celebrities and editors alike celebrated the 10th annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund dinner, which awarded design duo Public School—made up of Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne—with its first place prize of $300,000. $100,000 prizes went to each of the two runners-up: L.A.-based women’s wear designer, JC Obando, and jewelry designer, Marc Alary. The ten finalists included: Publi... »

Celebrity Style Spotlight: Taylor Swift

Celebrity Style Spotlight: Taylor Swift

With her awkward side meets elegant charm, flawless porcelain skin, signature mane of goldilocks curls, and never-ending list of chart-topping songs, Taylor Swift is larger than life. Having just released another hit music video, complete with thick-rimmed glasses and “nerdy” pajamas, it’s quite clear that Swift has no intention of abandoning her adorable quirkiness, and why should she when ... »

Haute Headlines: 08/04/12

Haute Headlines: 08/04/12

  Today’s installment of Haute Headlines brings you a very business oriented batch of fashion news. From ad campaigns to design lawsuits and the expansion of iconic magazines, things are looking up in the industry! Check out all the latest stories, below. Tavi Gevinson sings in Wren‘s Fall 2012 film. [Fashionologie] Would you buy Bar Refaeli‘s new underwear line, under.me? [... »

SH*T KARL LAGERFELD SAYS

SH*T KARL LAGERFELD SAYS

Adele, you are just, “too fat!”  At least that’s what 78-year old creative director for Chanel and Fendi had to say during his interview with Paris newspaper Metro. When asked for his views on today’s women pop stars, Karl Lagerfeld said, “The thing at the moment is Adele. She is a little too fat, but she has a beautiful face and a divine voice.” While he prefers Adele’s mu... »

Street Style at Men’s Fashion Week in Paris

Street Style at Men’s Fashion Week in Paris

  Men’s fashion weeks are well underway in Europe. If you’re like me (see: a total junkie for all things fashionable and masculine), you loooove men’s fashion weeks. Even if you aren’t a fan of men’s designer clothing, how could you possibly object to hoards of fully made-up male models strutting down perfectly lit runways? Yeah, that’s what I thought. To a... »

Best Selling Covers of 2011

Best Selling Covers of 2011

Wondering which celebrities have the biggest impact in the world of fashion and lifestyle? This week, WWD revealed the best selling covers of 2011. Measured by star/selling power, WWD ranked celebrities on the number of magazines they sold per cover they appeared on and came up with a list of the best (and worst) selling stars. Sarah Jessica Parker came out on top, popping up on the cover of Elle ... »

Style Muse: Miroslava Duma

Style Muse: Miroslava Duma

While in Paris this past summer, I happened to live in a neighbourhood where all the fashion shows were during mens’s and haute couture fashion week. On the day of the Armani Privé show, I decided to take my camera and head over to Trocadero to see what I could capture. Upon arrival, I was surrounded by a flood of photographers from all the major magazines, blogs, and newpapers. Everyone was... »

THIS WEEK IN FASHION

THIS WEEK IN FASHION

MEAN GIRLS: DONATELLA VERSACE EDITION Seems to me that Donatella is picking favourites in the fashion world. The designer recently teamed up with Swedish retailer H&M on one of their most successful collaborations to date. Of course with every new collection comes a media frenzy. While promoting the collection, Donatella recently expressed her undying love for Scottish designer, Christopher Ka... »

Vogue’s 2011 Best Dressed: Siblings

Vogue’s 2011 Best Dressed: Siblings

It’s that time of year again! Vogue has announced its best dressed list of 2011 and has chosen to focus on super stylish siblings. Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen are this year’s winners and are described as, ”legitimate fashion forces”. The twins not only demonstrate a hand-picked unique style of their own, but are the creative forces behind their two successful clothing lines:... »

15 Entire Minutes with Model Natasha Poly

15 Entire Minutes with Model Natasha Poly

Who doesn’t wonder what today’s supermodels are really like? We usually see them gracing the covers of Vogue without any insight as to what they’re like as people—well, as superior human beings—but Vogue Spain has provided us model stalkers with an entire 15-minute video of Russian superpower Natasha Poly. They’ve followed Poly on the street, on set, and in hair and make-up... »

Carine Roitfeld to Launch her own Magazine

Carine Roitfeld to Launch her own Magazine

#OMG—I know that’s not a grammatically correct way to begin anything besides a tweet, but it’s all I can muster up because Carine Roitfeld is starting her own print magazine! Though it’s been presumed that she would do so, it’s still exciting to hear confirmation, n’est pas? The former French Vogue editor will be launching the project in September 2012. After resignin... »

Lanvin is Amazing; Here’s Why

Lanvin is Amazing; Here’s Why

For the plane ride back from Paris I stocked up on magazines—Vogue and l’Official to name a few. As I am leafing through the pages, I notice the ad campaign for Lanvin’s F/W 2011.  Here is what I was looking at: Confused with the message of the spread, I head to Google to do a little research (which is exactly what the adds are intended to make you do) and come across this fabulous vid... »

The Devil Does Not Wear Alaia

The Devil Does Not Wear Alaia

MAJOR FEUD ALERT! I’m going to act as the “Perez Hilton” of the fashion world for the next little bit if you don’t mind. Don’t worry, I will not have fun on Microsoft Paint and draw little white dots coming out of peoples’ noses’s— he can take care of that. ROUND 1: Two weeks ago, noted fashion designer Azzedine Alaia went on a verbal rampage dissing arguably two of the most powerful people in the... »

Emmanuelle Alt Replaces Carine Roitfeld at Vogue Paris

In a shocking statement released December 17th, 2010 Vogue Paris’ Carine Roitfeld stepped down from her position as the magazine’s editor-in-chief.  After a decade of success, Roitfeld stated pursuing “personal projects” as the reason for her resignation.  “It’s been 10 years that I’ve been editor of the magazine. I think it’s time to do something different,” Roitfeld told the New York Times‘.  “I... »

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