Designer Raf Simons is now selling $200 duct tape that was featured on his Fall-Winter 2017 menswear runway. Here's why it's problematic.
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.
Even if you don’t recognize the name Yandy, you probably know some of the company’s hot items, such as “Native American Seductress” and “Sexy Undecided Voter.”
What a NYFW! Political messages, Planned Parenthood support, fights raging at a fashion party! Yet in between all of that, there was a lot of amazing fashion! We said bon voyage to homegrown designers like Proenza Schouler and welcomed Raf Simons for Calvin Klein Collection with wide-open arms. And let’s not forget about Yeezy!
At the Phillip Plein show on Monday, Tiffany Trump was left sitting alone after several magazine editors moved so they wouldn’t have to be near President Donald Trump‘s daughter. Some even tweeted that they had changed seats, with former Wall Street Journal columnist Christina Binkley posting photos of the 23-year-old with empty seats beside her. “You know what, Tiffany, I’m supposed to go to a couple more shows.
Or so was the case on Wednesday when the Keeping Up with the Kardashians reality star brought sister Kim Kardashian West a bag of McDonald’s as a congratulatory gift for her husband Kanye West‘s well-received Yeezy season 5 NYFW show. “Look at these delivery girls, they’re so cute!” Kardashian West said in a Snapchat video. Kardashian West “ALWAYS” has to get an order of small fries with either chicken nuggets or she’ll get a cheeseburger and chicken nuggets and eat half of each.
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.
See our favorites and many others, from baroque-style platform heels to cherry-and-checkered cowboy boots to heels detailed with colorful foam (yes, really).
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.
As part of the Art Hearts Fashion exhibition in New York’s Lower East Side, AnaOne partnered with breast cancer organization #Cancerland to combine fashion and activism. Models were pulled from all walks of life: they included a ballet dancer, a tattoo artist, a surgeon, and more — to underscore the sad fact that breast cancer is all around us. Mira Sorvino, the celebrity emcee for the night, explained that the show “shines a light on the exuberance of the women living with metastatic breast cancer.” She continued, “[The show] highlights the need for greater money and resources put into finding a cure for this insidious disease, the only kind of breast cancer that kills women.” The show itself was a fundraising event: 100 percent of all ticket sales were donated to #Cancerland.
You know you’ve made it in the fashion industry when you’ve scored a private meeting with French editor and style superpower Carine Roitfeld. Jeremy Meeks attends the Philipp Plein show as part of NYFW Fall/Winter 2017 on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017 in New York. On Monday, he made his debut at New York Fashion Week — walking in Philipp Plein’s show — he also met with Roitfeld, who didn’t mind being embraced by the shirtless hunk.
Liv Freundlich showed off her cool girl esthetic at J Crew’s NYFW presentation. This New York Fashion Week, J. Crew made a bid to win back its fleeting audience by enlisting a gaggle of “real people” to model the latest collection — that means no big-name runway stars like Kendall, Gigi or Bella. If the name doesn’t ring a bell, her flowing red locks and ivory skin might — the 14-year-old is almost a dead-ringer for mom Julianne Moore.
Kelsey and Camille Grammer’s daughter, Mason, is yet another celeb kid who has gotten the attention of the fashion world. On Thursday, the 15-year-old made an appearance on designer Malan Breton’s runway, rocking a floral printed dress and a vampy lip, serving ladylike spookiness.
There, we caught up with superstar Bella Hadid – we upgraded her from supermodel to superstar after she told us she’d just worked several 13-hour days in a row, then flew to Los Angeles yesterday morning, walked the Tommy X Gigi show, then flew straight back to New York afterwards for a shoot today! Dressed head to toe in white, Hadid wore a Nike crop top, sweat pants, a pair of the new NikeLab Dunk Lux Chukka x RT, and an oversized furry coat accessorized with a Christian Dior choker. Despite the recent long days, the always-luminous Hadid looked like she just came back from a 10-day tropical break, fresh and ready to tackle fashion week.
The Tommy Hilfiger Spring/Summer 2017 Fashion Show lit up Venice Beach yesterday, with Gigi Hadid soaking up much of the limelight.
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.
The first full day of New York Fashion Week: Men’s involved lots of pinstripes and plaid, an astronaut cameo, and a presentation from N.Hoolywood that took inspiration from an unexpected — and inadvisable — source: homeless people. The Japanese brand modeled its tone-deaf fall 2017 collection on the aesthetic that founder and creative lead Daisuke Obana referred to as “street people,” reports Fashionista.
#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.