Karlie Kloss Numero

  • Karlie Kloss is having one hell of a good year. To top off many-a-model accomplishment, the Next model is werrrrking it on the cover of Numero‘s December/January issue – lensed by Greg Kadel and styled by Elizabeth Sulcer.

  • After her newest resort collection dropped this week, style icon Chloë Sevigny has kindly invited the interwebs into her East Village garden flat. The inadvertently promotional film weaves through her – very impressive – closet, and displays the original bunny ears from Gummo, sketches for Oscar dresses by Alber Elbaz, S&M dog collars, and lots of Chloë for Opening Ceremony (obviously).

  • With no reason given, Cynthia Steffe‘s creative director and executive vice-president – Shaun Kearney – has “amicably” stepped down from his position. No successor has been announced as of yet, though the label says it will definitely not stop here.

  • Bruce Weber has turned out a beautiful cover for the December issue of Vogue Spain. Though there is no rhyme or reason for it, model Dree Hemingway is codling a baby while wearing couture and a ripped t-shirt (Balmain or Target? Who knows).
    Vogue Spain Dree Hemingway Baby

  • H&M have been ‘found out’ in regards to using completely digitally-created bodies on their ads and website. H&M press officer Håcan Andersson confirmed that their new lingerie-clad bodies are “completely virtual“, and that they use “facial models” to superimpose normalcy onto the click-and-go body forms.

    “It’s not about ideals or to show off a perfect body… we are doing this to show off the garments.”
    – Hacan Andersson

    Am I wrong to think this is better than photoshopping every image individually? This way, I feel the shopper would have a more ‘generic’ view of a garment, and appreciate that they are buying an item, as opposed to buying what a model looks like in an item.

  • Internet gossip alert. Nicole Richie is rumoured to take over Sarah Jessica Parker’s ex-place as the the face of Halston.

  • Prabal Gurung is one of my favourite fashion designers. We all know this. We all know, also, that I am nowhere near loaded enough to have my dream, Gurung-filled closet.

    But I may just come close! And so can you! Prabal has just been named chief deisgner for ICB, the Japanese bridge label that launched in 1995 and stopped being distributed in the US in 2002. Previous designers have included Michael Kors and Viktor & Rolf. With the brand relaunching in the States – with Europe to follow – late next year, Prabal could not be a better choice. Expect lower price points with all of the same appeal.

  • Cynthia Steffe Fall Winter 2011
    If you are not already obsessed with Cynthia Steffe, brace yourself. Designer Shaun Kearney is a creative dream. The most impressive attribute of their Fall/Winter 2011 collection is the elegant take on the sweater materials that usually scream “Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest Possibiltiy”. Heavy wools and leather are remarkably challenging to work with, let alone look sculpted and flattering. Kearney – in case you are pondering ‘One Hit Wonder’ status – even designed a tawny brown plissé-satin dress with sculpted ruffle peplum that could detonate your fashion brain. Can it please be Winter all year round? Top five looks are below. View Post

    New York City
    Want to know what is going on and off during New York’s Mercedes Benz Fashion Week? We have the preliminary schedule here for your show-planning pleasure!

    February 9, 2011
    7:00 PM The Heart Truth’s Red Dress Collection, Theatre

    February 10, 2011
    9:00 AM Nicholas K, Studio
    9:30-10:30 AM Porter Grey, Box*
    10:00 AM BCBGMAXAZRIA, Theatre
    11:00 AM Richard Chai, Stage
    1:00 PM Duckie Brown, Studio
    3:00 PM Luca Luca, Stage
    3:30-4:30 PM Mara Hoffman, Box*
    4:00 PM Tadashi Shoji, Studio
    6:00 PM Eva Minge, TBC
    7:00 PM Christian Siriano, Stage
    8:30-9:30 PM W Hotels Global Glam, Box*
    9:00 PM Irina Shabayeva, Studio

    February 11, 2011
    9:00 AM Ruffian, Studio
    9:30-10:30 AM Tess Giberson, Box*
    11:00 AM Perry Ellis, Stage
    12:00 PM Farah Angsana, Studio
    1:30-2:30 PM Buckler, Box*
    2:00 PM Rebecca Taylor, Stage
    5:30-6:30 PM Tommy Hilfiger Men’s, TBC
    6:30-7:30 PM Tommy Hilfiger Men’s, TBC
    6:00 PM Nicole Miller, Studio
    6:30-7:30 PM Joy Cioci, Box*
    7:00 PM Cynthia Rowley, Stage
    8:00 PM Academy of Art University, Theatre
    9:00 PM Venexiana, Studio

    February 12, 2011
    10:30-11:30 AM Binetti, Box*
    11:00 AM Jill Stuart, Stage
    12:00 PM Prabal Gurung, Studio
    2:00 PM ADAM, Stage
    2:30-3:30 PM MANDY COON, Box*
    3:00 PM Vivienne Tam, Theatre
    4:00 PM Mik Cire, Studio
    6:00 PM Charlotte Ronson, Stage
    7:00 PM G-Star RAW, Theatre
    9:00 PM Toni Francesc, Studio

    February 13, 2011
    10:00 AM Derek Lam, Stage
    10:30-11:30 AM Timo Weiland, Box*
    11:00 AM Lela Rose, Studio
    1:00 PM DKNY, 547 W 26th Street
    2:00 PM Calvin Klein Collection Men’s, 205 W 39th Street
    2:15 PM Tory Burch , Studio
    2:30-3:30 PM Yoana Baraschi, Box*
    3:00 PM Max Azria, Stage
    4:00 PM Diane von Furstenberg, Theatre
    5:00 PM CYNTHIA STEFFE, Studio
    5:00 PM Y-3, 82 Mercer Street
    6:00 PM Carmen Marc Valvo, 4 Times Square
    7:00 PM Custo Barcelona, Stage
    7:30-8:30 PM Behnaz Sarafpour, Box*
    8:00 PM Tommy Hilfiger, Theatre
    9:00 PM Zang Toi, Studio

    February 14, 2011
    9:00 AM Jenny Packham, Studio
    9:30- 10:30 AM Callula Lillibelle, Box*
    10:00 AM Carolina Herrera, Theatre
    11:00 AM Carlos Miele, Stage
    1:00 PM Tracy Reese, Studio
    2:00 PM Donna Karan New York, 547 W 26th Street
    3:00 PM Monique Lhuillier, Stage
    5:00 PM pamella roland, Studio
    6:00 PM Betsey Johnson, Theatre
    6:00 PM Chado Ralph Rucci, TBC
    7:00 PM Mackage, Stage

    February 15, 2011
    9:00 AM Rebecca Minkoff, Studio
    9:30-10:30 AM Trias, Box*
    10:00 AM Badgley Mischka, Theatre
    11:00 AM Vera Wang, Stage
    1:00 PM Jen Kao, Studio
    1:00 PM Diesel Black Gold, TBC
    1:30-3:30 PM Bibhu Mohapatra, Box*
    2:00 PM Hervé Léger by Max Azria, Theatre
    3:00 PM Dennis Basso, Stage
    6:00 PM J. Mendel, Studio
    7:00 PM Tibi, Stage
    7:30-8:30 PM Frank Tell, Box*
    8:00 PM Narciso Rodriguez, Theatre

    February 16, 2011
    9:00 AM Yigal Azrouël, Studio
    9:30-10:30 AM Domenico Vacca, Box*
    10:00 AM Michael Kors, Theatre
    11:00 AM Nanette Lepore, Stage
    1:00 PM Herchcovitch;Alexandre, Studio
    1:30-2:30 PM Adrienne Vittadini, Box*
    3:00 PM Milly by Michelle Smith, Stage
    4:00 PM Helen Yarmak, 730 Fifth Avenue, 23rd Floor
    5:00 PM CHRISTIAN COTA, Studio
    6:00 PM Anna Sui, Theatre
    6:30-7:30 PM Odd Molly, Box*
    7:00 PM Elie Tahari, Stage

    February 17, 2011
    9:00 AM General Idea, Studio
    10:00 AM Ralph Lauren, 275 Hudson Street
    11:00 AM Ralph Lauren, 275 Hudson Street
    1:00 PM Ports 1961, Theatre
    2:00 PM Calvin Klein Collection Women’s, 205 W 39th St, Ground Floor
    3:00 PM Calvin Klein Collection Women’s, 205 W 39th St, Ground Floor
    6:00 PM Elene Cassis, Studio
    7:00 PM Naeem Khan, Stage
    7:30-8:30 PM LUBLU Kira Plastinina, Box*
    8:00 PM L.A.M.B., Theatre
    9:00 PM IVANAhelsinki, Studio

    New York City NYC Fashion WeekThe official schedule has been released for September 2010 New York Fashion Week!

    THURSDAY, September 9th 2010
    11AM – Richard Chai
    12PM – Vena Cava
    2PM – Christian Siriano
    5PM – Rachel Comey
    7PM – Mandy Coon
    9PM – Richie Rich, Kate Spade

    FRIDAY, September 10th
    9AM – Peter Som, Tadashi Shoji
    10AM – BCBG
    11AM – Rag & Bones, Duckie Brown
    12PM – Michael Angel
    1PM – Jason Wu, Buckler
    2PM – Georges Chakra
    3PM – 3.1 Phillip Lim, Frank Tell, Jeremy Liang, PORTS 1961
    4PM – Doo.Ri
    5PM – Nicole Miller, Risto, Rag & Bone
    8PM – Academy of Arts University

    SATURDAY, September 11th
    9:30AM -Yuna Yang
    10AM – Lacoste
    11AM – Cynthia Rowley
    12PM – Ohne Titel, Jill Stuart, Loden Dager
    1PM – Prabal Gurung
    2PM – ADAM
    3PM – Vivienne Tam, Patrik Ervell, Leifsdottir
    5PM – Alexander Wang (Milk Studios)
    6PM – Band of Outsiders
    7PM – Alice + Olivia
    8PM – Alutzarra

    SUNDAY, September 12th
    9AM – Victoria Beckham
    10AM – Derek Lam, Timo Weiland
    11AM – Simon Spurr, Preen
    12PM – Malandrino, Tom Scott
    1PM – DKNY
    2PM – Rebecca Taylor
    3PM – Herve Leger
    4PM – Diane Von Furstenberg
    5PM – Y-3, Cynthia Steffe
    6PM – Thakoon
    7PM – Custo Barcelona, Erin Fetherston
    8PM – Tommy Hilfiger

    MONDAY, September 13th
    9AM – Jenny Packham
    10AM – Carolina Herrera, Richard Chai
    11AM – Zero + Maria Cornejo
    12PM – Diesel Black Gold
    1PM – Tracy Reese, WAYNE
    2PM – Donna Karan
    3PM – Rad by Rad Hourani
    4PM – Temperley
    5PM – Devi Kroell
    6PM – Betsey Johnson, Longchamp, Halston
    7PM – Perry Ellis
    8PM – Marc Jacobs

    TUESDAY, September 14th
    9AM – Elie Tahari, Rachel Roy
    10AM – Karen Walker
    11AM – Vera Wang
    12PM – Rodarte, Complex Geometries
    1PM – Mulberry, Bibhu Mohapatra
    3PM – Dennis Basso, Mulberry
    4PM – Marc by Marc Jacobs
    5PM – The Row
    6PM – Luca Luca, Sophie Theallet
    7PM – G-Star, Tibi, Yigal Azrouel
    8PM – Narciso Rodriguez

    WEDNESDAY, September 15th
    9AM – Bill Blass, Tory Burch
    10AM – Michael Kors
    11AM – Nanette Lepore, Douglas Hannant
    12PM – Oscar de la Renta
    1PM – Oscar de le Renta, Jeremy Scott, Adrienne Vittadini
    2PM – 3.1 Phillip Lim, Yigal Azrouel
    3PM – Milly, Marchesa
    4PM – Reed Krakoff, DKNY
    5PM – Irina Shabayeva
    6PM – Anna Sui, L Sabatino
    7PM – Bryan Reyes
    8PM – Proenza Schouler
    9PM – Zang Toi

    THURSDAY, September 16th
    9AM – Kate Spade
    10AM – Ralph Lauren
    11AM – Ralph Lauren
    12PM – Issac Mizrahi
    1PM – L’Wren Scott
    2PM – Stephen Burrows
    3PM – Calvin Klein
    4PM – Calvin Klein
    5PM – Elene Cassis
    6PM – J Mendel
    7PM – Naeem Khan
    8PM – L.A.M.B