Vera Wang, a name long associated with classic wedding gowns, decided to do something a little different to promote her spring 2015 collection. Hence this very strange video, which is what you'd get if you hired Wednesday Addams to be your wedding videographer.
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.
Who's got your favorite look here? Liz Hurley, Kate Hudson, Constance Jablonski, Michael Kors, Vera Wang, Gayle King or Donna Karan?
Wang said in the show notes that her fall runway show is "the exploration of classical dressmaking in sculptural silhouettes." She's clearly channeling some old world shapes, and reinventing them for future sex love looks. Yes, some of it is upholstery fabric-esque — but it's fabulous upholstery fabric. Plus, the…
Rumor has it that Vera Wang has moved in with the Olympic champion ice skater Evan Lysacek. The 63-year-old designer and her husband of 23 years, Arthur Becker, announced their separation last month. Lysacek, 27, apparently came to stay at Wang's Beverly Hills home around that time. (He trains at a nearby ice rink.)…
Were you looking for a story that involved a $120 million estate, marital infidelity, a prominent fashion designer, a lawsuit, international flights to see the dying, and a deathbed breakup contract? If so, you're in luck. The estate of C.C. Wang, Vera Wang's oil-millionaire dad, has prevailed in a lawsuit with Wang …
We have a classic, practically Ralph-Lauren-level Photochop offered today for your delectation. You see, most people have waists slightly larger than their heads.
Kim Kardashian has set a wedding date, although the date is, of course, shrouded in secrecy. But Kathie Lee Gifford knows, because Kathie Lee knows everyting, and she will be attending the nuptials. Rumor has it the ceremony will be in August, and the event will be held at a private estate. The wedding will be…
Another day, another red carpet on which Cate Blanchett looks fabulous. In fact, the shocks at "Set In Style: The Jewelry Of Van Cleef & Arpels" Opening Gala came from quite another quarter: the weirdly awful duds sported by some of the other bold-face guests.
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.
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.
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.
Anna Wintour heard about this so-called "environmentally friendly" fashion, so she sent her crack team of stylists to go out find some of it, to put it in her magazine. Her very eco-friendly magazine. The result? $2,895 trench coats.
For the photo shoot on last night's episode, the contestants were made to portray big-name fashion designers—both male and female—whether or not they'd ever even heard of the person.
Vera Wang's spring collection was unusually dark. Models dressed mostly in black and gray walked a gray carpeted runway, and even the occasional colors — puce, blush pink, chartreuse, formica yellow, crimson — seemed somber. Still, the show was beautiful.
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