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New York Fashion Week forced to leave Lincoln Center

New York Fashion Week has been turfed out of the Lincoln Center. Its February edition will be its last in the venue. Organisers IMG have yet to announce a location for September’s event, reports state it is making plans to move into several locations. New York Fashion Week caused issues with locals who objected to it and other events held in Damrosch ...
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Classic American sportswear with a chic Seventies touch at Derek Lam

New York: For his Pre-fall inspiration, Derek Lam mentioned an exhibit that had been in his mind for some time: Malevich and the American Legacy, a retrospective of the Russian artist at the Gagosian gallery. The show delved into minimalist Kazemir Malevich’s influence on American art of the Seventies. Lam's lineup consisted of an array of unfussy urbane separates in clean ...
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Androgyny blends with feminine silhouettes at Yigal Azrouël

New York: For Pre-fall 2015, Yigal Azrouël took us on a captivating journey where androgyny blends with feminine silhouettes in distinctive materials. The designer’s outing was sexy and urbane, where engineered constructions, sharp tailoring and astute pairing fused together. The main focus of the collection was on texture and fabric – braided leather, delicate jacquards and a basket weave material made ...
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A glamorous girl with a rebellious spirit at Diane Von Furstenberg

New York: For Pre-fall, Diane Von Furstenberg’s artistic director Michael Herz presented a balanced collection of city-ready attire that fitted perfectly with the “hippie” influence that was seen on the S/S 15 catwalks. The sense of girly-ness was present throughout the lineup and expanded DVF’s brand codes – standout was a beautiful denim-collared lace shirtdress and a tweed coat blocked with ...
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A weekend in the country with Altuzarra

New York: Continuing on from the Spring Military influences that pervaded last season’s collections, Altuzarra’s Pre-Fall presentation continued on in the same vein. Inspiration was drawn from traditional British uniforms  with a nod to classic scenes of country living and pursuits – hunting and hiking high on the agenda. The main focus was to build a complete wardrobe that was "functional, ...
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Functionality and an appealing feminine aesthetic at 3.1 Phillip Lim

New York: Phillip Lim has been almost 10 years making beautiful everyday classics accented with a sense of uniqueness. For his Pre-Fall 15 outing, the designer revisited his signature pieces, giving them an appealing feminine aesthetic. There were a few terrific pieces with charming details that embodied a youthful elegance throughout the collection.  Exquisite suits, sport-inspired bomber jackets and coats were ...
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Sidewalk Sophistication at 10 Crosby by Derek Lam

New York: For Pre Fall 2015, vice president of design, Liz Giardina was inspired by a Brazilian artist who specialized in wood prints in the 1950s and 60s, which you can see translated throughout the collection in the bold oversized geometric patterns. The designs evoked a slightly 70’s feel with belted coats, jackets, and playsuits, with slinky slip dresses that ...
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A fun, youthful and graphic transseasonal collection from Kors

New York: Michael Kors described his Pre-Fall collection – "from bikinis to boots" and mentioned three women – Baby Jane Holzer, Winona Ryder, and Taylor Swift as his muses. Raison d’etre one would think, but therein lies the answer, Kors cleverly blended the seasons and decades! Following on from his iconic Fall collection, there was indeed a riff on the sixties and ...
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Laid-back sophistication at Tomas Maier

New York: For Pre-Fall, Tomas Maier continued with his laid-back sophisticated appeal with a collection that was infused with his signature sporty vibe. Minimal and simply preppy, there were classic weekend pieces to compliment any youthful wardrobe. The trick with Maier is his use of the special details that set his designs apart from being average. Everything is as streamlined as ...
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The Bomber Jacket: New York Men’s November Street Shots

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Glade Gets It Right With This Experiential Pop-Up

Glade, the US-based home fragrance brand, opened an impressive pop-up this week in New York City's Meatpacking District. Experience, not selling, was clearly top of mind for the brand since the storefront and the space is free of any big Glade logo or products that customers can purchase. Instead, Glade focuses on taking customers on a multi-sensory journey that goes like ...
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Editor’s Picks – New York Men’s October Street Shots

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NEW YORK: Death Becomes Her

The Costume Institute has unveiled its first fall exhibition in seven years at The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Anna Wintour Costume Center.
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Top 3 looks from October New York streets

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Last Weekend for MoMA’s Designing Modern Women 1890-1990 Exhibition

MoMA's Designing Modern Women 1890-1990 exhibition shines a spotlight on women's influence on 20th-century design with a vibrant installation featuring pieces designed by over 60 women and drawn entirely from MoMA's collection. While celebrating the diversity and creativity of individual artists, the exhibition also serves as a unique overview of women's journey as they asserted and developed their place in modern design.
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