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Prabal Gurung designed a line for Japanese brand ICB that's a "stepping stone" to his own line, and we think that means lower prices, more casual? It was certainly very cool: Swingy skirts, slouchy trousers, jackets with sharp architectural details, and some unique twists, like slit or cutout sleeves. Do you like? »
Last night, fashion designers and celebrities convened at the 29th Annual Fashion Group International Night Of Stars. The FGI is a global, non-profit, professional organization with a mission to be the pre-eminent authority on the business of fashion and design. But all we really want to know is: What did everyone wear »
According to Vogue's Emily Holt, Prabal Gurung's 2013 spring collection has a lot to do with the looming presidential election, which translated on the runway to a looser fitting clothes that "would liberate women's movements as they go about their day." You know, like help them vote or whatever — I'm not really sure… »
Prabal Gurung's fall collection started off somber, dark, and restrained, with 14 straight all-black looks. But the models' eye makeup — a shimmery peacock blue — hinted at the delight of color to come. The show unfolded precisely, an ordered progression from darkness to light. You could see Gurung introducing his… »
Nicki Minaj was in the front row at Prabal Gurung's show this weekend. I am generally terrible at recognizing celebrities in real life — unless they're Fran Lebowitz — but I have to admit this was a pretty extreme boldfacefail. I mean, she's Nicki Minaj. And she's wearing a pink bow that looks like a halo.
Every year that I age, my musical knowledge gets more pathetic, because as it turns out people keep on making and recording new music, so there is geometrically more of it for me to be unaware of. The thing is, I am not cool. I have never been one of those people who just knows about the hot new song and/or artist.… »
Who has a lot of opinions about what Kate Middleton should wear the day she becomes a princess? Designers, that's who! From Karl Lagerfeld, who favors "high boots," to Christian Lacroix, who designed an Elizabethan bodice, everyone has a fantasy. »