As part of Yahoo’s global coverage of International Women’s Day 2017, Yahoo Canada profiled women from various backgrounds and professions and asked them “What’s next?” What happens after Women’s Day — what would women like to see happen next in their personal lives, in their respective careers, and as a whole for females across the nation? My name is Sarah De Melo. Although my family accepted me at my size, at school and my social life I always felt that I needed to be thin and that I wasn’t “good enough” at my size.
The name of the game during New York Fashion Week is access. While the real Sisqó — the rapper of “Thong Song” and Dru Hill fame — was in Las Vegas, the man posing as Sisqó enjoyed front row access to some of the most exclusive runway shows and after-parties, including Philipp Plein, Vivienne Tam, and Kanye West’s Yeezy show. This Yahoo Style writer met “Sisqó,” who introduced himself as Lucky Galimier, at the Baja East party at the Gilded Lily club in Manhattan.
On Thursday, hundreds gathered in New York’s Grand Central Terminal to honor the late Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta, whom the U.S. Postal Service commemorated on a series of stamps. Hillary Clinton, Anna Wintour, Michael Bloomberg, and Anderson Cooper all took the stage to share heartfelt remembrances of de la Renta while simultaneously broadcasting messages of inclusion. Hillary Clinton attends the Oscar de la Renta Forever Stamp dedication ceremony at Grand Central Terminal on Feb. 16 in New York City.
Kanye West debuted Adidas Yeezy Season 5 on Wednesday, and while the sneaker-clothing collaboration was declared low-key and understated, Kim Kardashian’s head-to-toe purple outfit stood out.
Michael Kors is one of the big shows of NYFW, so you expect a big crowd — and he did not disappoint this time. Emily Ratajkowski, Amanda Peet, Blake Lively … A gaggle of fashion fashion gals showed, including Margaret Zhang, Aimee Song, and Gala Gonzalez. Kendall Jenner closed the show in a strapless fringed gown with sequin embroidery.
This year, New York Fashion Week has become a sounding board for all things political. Most visibly, T-shirts and hats with political statements scrawled across them
Diverse casting, in both race and body type, seems to have hit an all-time high at New York Fashion Week.
Unsurprisingly, this year's New York Fashion Week has been the most politically charged fashion week in recent history. Everyone from emerging designers to industry stalwarts have participated in their own versions of political activism, featuring slogan T-shirts on runways and providing Planned Parenthood support pins to showgoers.
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On Wednesday, Tommy Hilfiger hosted its second Tommy x Gigi show, “TommyLand,” set up like a modern-day music festival in Venice Beach, Calif. Eschewing a traditional runway show for the second season, Hilfiger opted for a “See now, buy now” collection. Model and branding powerhouse Gigi Hadid helped collaborate on the project, stamping her name on everything from bomber jackets to sneakers.
Models walk the runway wearing Tommy Hilfiger Women’s Fall 2016 during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 15, 2016. This year, Tommy Hilfiger will show his collection in Los Angeles, not New York. On Feb. 1, designer Raf Simons, whose impressive résumé boasts stints as creative head at Jil Sander, Christian Dior, and now Calvin Klein, showcased his namesake line in New York for the first time, during Men’s Fashion Week.
Au revoir, Paris, and ‘til next time, Fashion Month! Over the last few weeks, we saw looks for ladies from all boroughs at New York Fashion Week, London’s shows would make the shyest of wallflowers jump up and rave, and in Milan we lived la dolce vita with designers who made everyday looks the ultimate in luxe. So, now that the last show in Paris has ended, what have we learned from the fashion capitals of the world?
#NYFW16 is officially over, the last of Marc Jacobs’ ladies just exited the building and as we pack for London for their fashion week, we look back at what NYFW meant in terms of fashion trends. These days, the hemline of the skirt, the studs on the jacket or the hue of the dress is great and all but with the increasing popularity of see now, buy now concept, we don’t really have the time to ponder, consider and deliberate what next spring’s trends will be. With instagram + stories and snapchat going full out on fashion coverage, we deliver to you our version of NYFW trends round up through the eyes of which lifestyle tribe you belong to. In the 70s and/Users/dorafung/Documents/, Tanya Taylor.txt 80s, we had Woody Allen’s movies to help us figure out if we are uptown ladies or downtown girls, in 90s and early 00s, we had the ladies of Sex and the City to determine which character we are and now, we have social life to help us with our fashion choices.
New York Fashion Week wraps up Thursday with the Marc Jacobs show, and what you hear is the sigh of fashion editors, buyers and bloggers who may get some sleep soon.
Only a handful of people can close down 10 blocks of Madison Avenue, and Ralph Lauren is one of those few who can. He staged his show outside the Ralph Lauren flagship store to a packed front row of celebrities to announce that he will be joining the ‘see now, buy now’ concept for the first time ever.
Delpozo’s spring 2017 show was titled “Luminosity,” and the label’s creative director says the collection was inspired by Spain’s “master of light” painter Joaquín Sorolla and Korean-American artist Soo Sunny Park’s installations.
By now, you know the name Mansur Gavriel. It’s the cult accessories line created by two friends, Floriana Gavriel and Rachel Mansur, who found instant success when they created the now-ubiquitous black leather bucket bag that took the fashion community by storm (and often sells out in seconds). For this season, Mansur Gavriel decided to present its new Spring 2017 collection in a gallery setting with the new bags and shoes propped up on pedestals and shelves — fitting for pieces that many fans consider works of art.
When you get down to it, good music, an iconic New York restaurant for setting, a few celebrities thrown in, and some pretty glamorous clothes are really all you need for a great show. The Designer: Brandon Maxwell started his label a little over a year ago, and since then has dressed Naomi Campbell and Karlie Kloss, and of course we all know he is best friend and stylist to Lady Gaga. Steven Klein, Jessie Smollet, Naomi Campbell, and Lady Gaga all attend Brandon Maxwell’s Spring 2017 show.
Sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy’s Rodarte show is one of the highlights of New York Fashion Week — and this season proved to be among the label’s best so far.
Jeremy Scott is generally considered to be the most fun show of New York Fashion Week, and this season was no exception. For Spring 2017, Scott is majorly feeling the ′80s New Wave — and now so are we! Click on for everything you need to know to feel like you were sitting front row.
J.Crew has been having a tough go of it lately, with seemingly ever-mounting debt and an inability to attract the millennial market. The Designer: You might recognize Jenna Lyons from her signature look — a pulled back-slick ponytail, black rimmed frames, and a chic, colorful pant suit.
By now, everyone in the world has heard that America’s favorite supermodel Gigi Hadid did a collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger for NYFW, and that the show was held at Manhattan’s South Street Seaport in a fun fair setting. Of course, celebs were out in force. Gigi’s BFF Taylor Swift came out to support, wearing a sailor-girl top from the new collection, and a few Kardashians stopped by too, along with every big-name fashion editor in the biz. So, was it a success?
Fast becoming the hottest ticket on the NYFW schedule, the Monse show was originally supposed to be held at a smaller venue, but had to be moved due to high demand from buyers, celebrities, and editors. But then again, in the one year since their debut collection, Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim have become the go-to designers for celebs like Brie Larson, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Selena Gomez to name just a few. And if you were like some of the guests who did not get the memo on the change of venue, check out the low-down on the Monse Spring 2017 show right here.