Frida Giannini, Gucci's creative director, described the Spring collection as being for "modern amazons; an intellectual tribe of exotic women, seen through an urban lens." What this translates to, apparently, is "tribal" detailing, equestrian styles, and lots of color.
Death, Taxes, Betsey: one thing you can depend on in this life is that Betsey Johnson will bring a rip-roaring, raucous show, do a cartwheel, and present a collection of crinolines and comforting, girlish outrageousness.
Some consider Halston to be a "cursed" label. Halston died in 1990 of AIDS-related causes, and since then, the company has been through eight different owners and many designers. The collection shown yesterday, created by Marios Schwab? Hated it!
For many of us, this was a four-day week. But for kids in Peach County, Georgia, every week is four days long — which might be kind of awesome.
Stefano Pilati's latest, Spring 2010 outing for the iconic house of Yves brought out a lot of bold faces, a lot of bold lines, and, oh yeah, some really bold breasts. Talk about city of
- Oy. Vey. When Mark Fast chose to use three plus-size models in his Friday show, one staffer allegedly quit in protest and the stylist was so abusive to the models that she was fired; a Telegraph stylist stepped in. [Fashionista]
When you think about it, going to a fashion show dressed head-to-toe in that designer's work is like going to a Yankee game in full pinstripes. Read: kinda lame. When you think about it even more, going to another continent to watch some women in conceptual clothing walk down a catwalk for fifteen minutes is weird,…