William Tempest, Tracy Reese, Carlos Miele, Yeohlee Teng and the Diesel Black Gold line were showcased on the Lincoln Center runways on September 13. Click through the slideshow to see ...
New York’s Fall Fashion Week is winding down, but this year it included 97 runway shows and attracted an estimated 100,000 visitors to its new Lincoln Center home. Some say the event has become glitzier than ever, and drifted further from its roots as a trade show. But if you ...
On Wednesday night, designer Michael Bastian presented his first women’s collection for Gant, the classic American menswear brand. The show? A perfect blend of 1950s casual sophistication with a cheeky take on modern American sportswear.
As New York's fall Fashion Week draws to a close, we asked fashionistas and hangers-on some simple questions. Hear what they have to say and check out some photos from Fashion Week.
Designer Jason Wu whipped up a media and fashion frenzy at Industria Superstudio this week. Check out the pics from his presentation and other looks from the runway shows of Bibhu Mohapatra, Mark Badgley and James Mischka, and Amy Smilovic.
New York’s Fall Fashion Week is winding down, but this year it included 97 runway shows and attracted an estimated 100,000 visitors to its new Lincoln Center home. Some say the event has become glitzier than ever, and drifted further from its roots as a trade show. But if you ignore the flashbulbs, you can still observe business getting done.
Designers may present what they think the new trends should be, but that doesn't mean they have the final word. Bloggers have become an alternative to fashion magazines for people in the industry and fans of fashion worldwide.
The New York-based fashion brand Proenza Schouler recently released a video called "Act da Fool" to help sell its fall collection. Harmony Korine created it. Does the video perpetuate stereotypes or showcase an edgy, new line?
William Tempest, Tracy Reese, Carlos Miele, Yeohlee Teng and the Diesel Black Gold line were showcased on the Lincoln Center runways on September 13. Click through the slideshow to see what fashion trends to expect in spring 2011.
Designers Diane Von Furstenberg, Donna Karan, Vassilios Kostetsos, and Tommy Hilfiger present their latest visions of fashion at Fashion Week's new locale, Lincoln Center. If you couldn't get into the tent or make it uptown take a look at these pics to see what made it down the runway.
On a clear, warm September Saturday, the mall at Lincoln Center was buzzing with fashion industry insiders scurrying to get to or from the latest shows and the curious onlookers who showed up to watch them. In simple terms, Lincoln Center was bumpin’.
Eric Kim, Zac Posen, Jill Stuart, Vivienne Tam, and Kati Stern present their lines at Lincoln Center for this season's Fashion Week. You can view the latest from the runway right here.
Designers Steven Cox and Daniel Silver of Duckie Brown, Max Azria, Michael Angel, Georges Chakra, Louie Llewellyn and as you guessed it, many more present their latest at Lincoln Center. Couldn't get in or make it uptown? Take a look at these pics from this season's Fashion Week.
With preparations going on in lower Manhattan for the 9/11 memorial services and protests of the proposed mosque and cultural center just blocks away, Fashion's Night Out still lured shoppers to their favorite stores in TriBeCa.
Ninety eight designers are presenting their collections at Lincoln Center during New York Fashion Week. Many of them are celebrities, but only one is the daughter of a president. Gulnara Karimova, 38, whose father, Islam Karimov, rules Uzbekistan, had her New York Fashion Week debut on Friday.
Haven't got access to the Licoln Center tents to see the trends coming down the runway? Take a look at these shots from the first day of Fashion Week.
Fashion Week is essentially a trade show. A glamorous trade show, but a trade show nonetheless. Originally an event for buyers and magazine editors, a growing demand for access forced Fashion Week out of Bryant Park. Now the epicenter of fashion in New York has a new address and offers more access than ever.
It’s inevitable, really. No matter your level of steely determination or the limits of your bank account, you will covet something—a maxi (non-mini) skirt, a cashmere sweater, a shiny new pair of penny loafers—once you take a gander at a September fashion magazine, stroll down Fifth Avenue, or simply notice how everyone around you has emerged from the sweltering New York heat fashionably clad in the season’s newest trends. And if you are as neurotic as I am, you’ll need a way to capture this new fashion vision as it takes shape.
Fall has always been the best time of year for fashion in New York City. The weather is finally cooling after endless humidity. Thick glossies are piled high on newsstands. And we, denizens of the city's five boroughs, will once again partake in storied activities like strolling through Central Park, popping in and out of galleries, window shopping in SoHo, and lingering over brunch. But only after donning our fall best.
Starting September 9th, designers and models from around the world will converge on New York for fashion week to exhibit their cutting edge visions. We know what they'll be wearing. But what are YOU wearing? Snap photos of stylish people around the city and submit them right here so everyone can vote for their favorites.