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Elise Overland

  1. spring 2011
    Slideshow: Fifteen Genius Hair Ideas From New York Fashion WeekTall buns, topknots, side braids, and sleek barrettes are IN.
  2. spring 2011
    New Spring Collections: VPL, Diane Von Furstenberg, Derek Lam, and More!See runway photos, backstage, front row, and more!
  3. loose threads
    Mario Grauso Sits Front Row at Vera Wang; Audrey Tautou on American FashionAlso, a male model appeared to be wearing fake breasts in the Elise Overland show.
  4. resort 2010
    Check Out Preen, Prada, and More From the Latest Resort CollectionsPlus, Miu Miu, Badgley Mischka, Reem Acra, and much more.
  5. trends
    Has Fashion Defied the Hemline Index?The fall collections were full of micro-minis, plunging necklines, bodysuits, and slits up to there. Not exactly what we were expecting.
  6. jet setting
    New York and British Designers Head to Paris to Meet BuyersBuyers have slashed travel budgets, so designers are going to them.
  7. three's a trend
    Leather Fans Rejoice: Skins Are Definitely InFrom shorts to leggings to trousers (baggy and tight), the runways channeled their inner motorcycle mama.
  8. fall 2009
    New Shows: Beckham, Rodarte, Badgley, Williamson, and MoreWe’ve uploaded a shiny new batch of shows for you.
  9. loose threads
    The Obama Effect Sweeps Fashion Week; BlackBook DownsizesAlso, Elise Overland likes smoking opium.
  10. looks to love
    Our 25 Favorite Looks From New YorkWe pored through all the shows, nearly going blind from all that beige, to bring you our favorite 25 looks.
  11. three is a trend
    Suit Up! The One-Piece Jumper Is BackThe one-piece jumpsuit’s hit the runways in droves. Droves! From sequins to satin, see what spring has in store.
  12. party lines
    You Can’t Offend Waris AhluwaliaSo what’s under that turban?
  13. three is a trend
    Take a BowLast year’s obsession with hats has morphed into a fascination with headbands. Big bows topped heads at Erin Fetherston, who wrapped tresses in feminine flowers. Costello Tagliapietra paired their evening dresses with satin hair bands. Sass & Bide sent out hats, bands, wraps, or feathers with every look. And Elise Overland belted a piece of extra-long fabric for a sixties-hippie feeling. So, go ahead, tie one on.
  14. agenda
    ‘Darkroom’ Is a Handsome Treatise on PhotographyThis final edition has been handsomely reprinted with an English translation—it’s an absolute (albeit pricey) must for any photography lover.
  15. right-click
    Ghostface Killah: Just Plain Nuts?Plus: A new song by Seal! Yes, really!
  16. the morning line
    Lurid, Infected, Leering • A gruesome murder-suicide in Brooklyn left four dead and almost redefines “lurid.” Investigators believe an ex-con bludgeoned to death his girlfriend (who was also his half-sister), killed her two children, then overdosed on the scene. [WNBC] • A former NY1 reporter says she was sexually harassed at work and fired for complaining about it. Among other things, a colleague Photoshopped giant breasts on her photo, which apparently passes for a joke at NY1. [NYP] • E. coli is here! The first registered NYC patient (who has already recovered) is a Staten Islander who got the bug, like the other 60 victims, by eating at a local Taco Bell. [amNY] • The Daily News is shocked to learn that about 70 percent of recent subway graffiti has been made by European kids looking for an “authentic” NYC experience. Next they’ll tell us those guys on Astor Place are not real punks. [NYDN] • And the Times ponders the rise of “experiential marketing” in Times Square, wherein companies do something moderately freaky and hope tourists will photograph it and/or blog about it. Here at Daily Intel, we would never fall for such gimmicks. [NYT]