Today in New York some of your favorite folks gathered to celebrate the Power of Women. Smiling faces ahoy!
Zac Posen's collection for fall 2014: So much drama. SO. MUCH. DRAMA. Huge ballgowns, sweeping capes, bust seams that look like pointy Maleficent horns. Drama. Come and get it.
Zac Posen's spring 2014 collection at New York Fashion Week truly showcased his extravagant flair: this season appeared as a sea of pastel, sculptural, flamboyantly draped evening gowns with sensuous details. A bit over-the-top? Maybe, but good for indulging one's "benevolent empress of a magical realm" fantasy.
There was no mistaking that Zac Posen's collection presented yesterday during NewYork Fashion week was a fall collection, as the hues were aggressively autumnal. Deep, dark, rich colors like pumpkin, loden, eggplant, bordeaux, chocolate. Nothing light and breezy here — even the lips were wine-colored — and the fabrics…
Marc Jacobs, his pecs and his abs are now the creative director for Diet Coke. This means he designed "whimsical, feminine" packaging for the brand, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary in Europe.
Besides Beyoncé and the Clydesdale, there was something else eye-catching during the Super Bowl: Calvin Klein's first-ever Super Bowl commercial. Calvin Klein Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of PVH Corp, hired creative director Fabien Baron of Baron + Baron to create the 30-second spot, shot by Steven Klein and…
A fracas over seating at the Zac Posen show on Sunday night ended with an editor from the French magazine Jalouse slapping a public relations executive in the face. Fashion week, man.
Last night in New York, Zac Posen presented his Spring/Summer 2013 collection, and supermodel legend slash noted phone-thrower Naomi Campbell opened the show. According to reports, the crowd gasped when they saw Naomi. Also on the runway: Karolina Kurkova, Coco Rocha, Crystal Renn and Hilary Rhoda, among others. The…
The Black Swan promises to be dark, dramatic, and unmissable...and the NYC premiere, with its legions of black-clad stars, was all that and more.
Zac Posen's show was apparently inspired by Marchesa Casati and Comtesse Jacqueline de Ribes. The first part we see, since it's basically just code for surrealism-tinged exhibitionism? But we wonder how La Comtesse feels about see-through jumpsuits in her name.