Last night at the Council of Fashion Designers of America, designers and celebrities hit the red carpet in ensembles both incredibly fashionable and incredibly ugly.
You'd expect the Women's Wear Daily 100 Anniversary Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street to be studded with fashion stars, and serious fashion. And with Anna, Coco, Veronica, DVF, Mary-Kate, Ashley and many friends, you'd be right.
Erin Fetherstone, the platinum-bobbed designer currently creative director at Juicy Couture, did something different indeed with her Spring '11 show. By turns romantic and sharp, Fetherston called it "a feminine, chic, modern wardrobe offering." And then some.
Last night was fashion's biggest night of the year and everyone - and we do mean everyone - was there. Screw the Oscars! For fashionistas, the Metropolitan Museum's "American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity" was the real proving ground:
- Fran Drescher is launching a skincare line — called FranBrand — this fall on HSN. The products are organic and paraben-free, because, as Drescher puts it, "Women are schmearing stuff on their décolleté, wondering why we're all getting breast cancer..."
- Twilight clothing is happening — it's only surprising it took so long. The duds go on sale at Nordstrom in October. Selina Khan, on the right, looks like she just doesn't care about Edward or Jacob, bless her heart. [People]
My Blueberry Nights is a film about love lost and love found starring Jude Law, Natalie Portman, Rachel Weisz, David Strathairn, and, most interestingly, jazz chanteuse Norah Jones. But romance wasn't in the air at the New York screening of the film last night — bad fashion was. Jones paired an old-lady haircut [Ouch!…