At today's show, Francisco Costa brought us the minimalism we expect from Calvin Klein — and then some. Shapes were sleek and modern with sportswear accents and interesting fabric choices. Think a very chic Judy Jetson dressed for a New York November, and you'll be on the right track.
For any fashion-watcher getting a little sick of all the never-ending 70s vibes of the past few seasons, Narciso Rodriguez's collection is a breath of fresh air. (If air, that is, can be clean-lined, abstract and modern. And wearing flat boots.)
Vera Wang's show was — well, let's just use the word subdued. If you're looking for fireworks, go elsewhere. But if you're in the mood for gorgeous workmanship, subtle beauty and lots and lots and lots of pleats, you've come to the right place.
You know what you're getting with a Betsey Johnson show: color, joie de vivre and plenty of pattern. But yesterday, you got double for your money: a Valentine's show that presented both Johnson's "Black Tag" line and the new, affordable "Pink Patch." They were themed, naturally, "He Loves Me" and "He Loves Me Not."…
Tracy Reese designs clothes that are feminine, fun and — fashion word! — wearable. This collection was no exception, a combo of ladylike and boho whose palette, according to the designer's statement, was made up of "a shot of metallic, antique copper and silver, or a vibrant pop of raspberry, aqua or amber...breathing…
Menswear met romance met The Hobbit in Max Azria's utilitarian, earth-hued collection. Picture what Ripley might wear if she lived in 2011. And, you know, on Earth.
DVF's show was inspired by "American Legends," and was described as "… muses and artists … travelers and settlers … always pushing the boundaries with strength and panache." This, apparently, was a vague enough umbrella to encompass 80's glam, spiffy sportswear, and that other American legend, classic DVF wraps and…
Well, a really expensive, subversive military charm school that most of us can't actually get into. But still! There were some seriously gorgeous duds at the designer's Paris fashion show earlier today.
Who'd have thought you could get Christina Hendricks, Cinderella, Grace Jones, Ladyhawk and your first-grade teacher in one tent? And yet, somehow, Badgley-Mischka managed it! (In the snow, less.)