As various guests arrive in Paris for what's shaping up to be the wedding of the century, it's becoming pretty clear that there are bound to be some very awkward encounters at Kim and Kanye's reception. Between the bitter exes, opposing litigants in multimillion-dollar civil trials and professional rivals in…
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.
The theme of the 8th Annual New Yorkers For Children Spring Dinner Dance at the Mandarin Oriental was 'A Fool's Fete' — but there was nothing remotely foolish about the assembled fashions.Speaking of Old-school glam: Crystal Renn! Few could pull off this intricate shape; Karolina Kurkova does more than that.
Vicariously, anyway! The Tribeca Ball 2011 At The New York Academy of Art was just what it sounds like: a little elegant, a bit bohemian, a lot fascinating.Naomi Watts goes 70s-romantic. She looks ready to cut an album in Topanga. Rachel Roy shows how to do drama with color while keeping shapes basic. Cynthia…
The Bid to Save the Earth is "a one-of-a-kind "green-clusive" collaboration of people, business and environmental not-for-profits committed in spirit and action to protecting the future of our Earth." Translation: a big, fancy, star-studded, money-raising gala and fashion show for a cause, with serious sartorial…
- No one can accuse Terry Richardson of false advertising! And presumably in their new campaign, Equinox got exactly what they paid for from the pervy lensman. Because the shots are gratuitous and have nothing to do with fitness!
- After Target, which styles itself an LGBT-friendly employer, was caught giving thousands to rabidly anti-gay political candidates, it said it would stop. Well: Target has since given over $30,000 to anti-gay-rights candidates and causes. [The Awl]
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.
Well. That whole "cheater" teaser was such a manipulative misdirection. The producers are jerks! But last night's episode was one of the most stunning, ever.
The Metropolitan Opera's season premiere may have been controversial, but the culture-lovin' (or fronting) stars' clothes were an unambiguous hit.
What's Get Low? "Spun out of equal parts folk tale, fable and real-life legend about the mysterious, 1930s Tennessee hermit who famously threw his own rollicking funeral party... while he was still alive." As you might expect, the red-carpet was...idiosyncratic.
The Cinema Society Screening of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse at Crosby Street Hotel took place on a muggy, gross night. And just looking at the stars' weird fashion choices made us feel hot. Not in the sexy way.
Yes, all the stars of stage, screen and runway were at Lincoln Center's 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards. Yes, it's one of the biggest fashion events of the year. So why was this year's such a snoozefest?
Bill Cunningham, the venerable street photographer, is an unlikely fashion institution, and the premiere of Bill Cunningham New York, at the Museum of Modern Art, brought out a ton of happy heavy hitters.