Ferragamo’s Trunk Show Will Get You in the Mood for Fall
Boots!By Isabel Wilkinson
Boots!By Isabel Wilkinson
Shower your hosts with flowers, massages, and weird plants.By Lauren Sherman
Beautiful people in beautiful gowns.By Julie Ma
Where the fashion elite rubbed shoulders with celebrities.By Julie Ma
These designer-commissioned totes serve a greater purpose than schlepping your stuff.By Lauren Murrow
Despite the hurricane-esque weather, Becki Newton looked impeccable and Nina Garcia was frizz-free. Therefore, we hate them.By The Fug Girls
And the fashion chain Bebe is getting its own fragrance.By Sharon Clott
Bars in Brooklyn have shunned the cast members, so he lets them shoot at his East Village hangout. Plus, Meryl wants to do a Broadway show and Daniel Day-Lewis annoys. In Monday's gossip roundup!By Tim Murphy
Let's face it, this episode rocked. Our recap is within.
FASHION • Martha Stewart used her digital camera to snap pictures of celebrities at the Gucci event at the U.N. the other night. "It's for my blog," she explained. [WWD] • Anna Wintour and Suzy Menkes are getting kind of tired of Fashion Week. [The Cut] • A twelve-page photo spread in the March issue of Harper's Bazaar reenacts the two-hour delay of the Marc Jacobs show last fall, starring Helena Christensen, Allison Sarofim, Genevieve Jones, Cindy Sherman, Kim Gordon, and members of Jacobs's own PR team, all looking visibly annoyed. Weird, and also kind of awesome? [Fashion Week Daily]
Early buzz had it that the Y-3 show would take place on ice, and in true Carrie Bradshaw fashion, we had to wonder: Is the company trying to kill its models?
Designer John Whitledge, showing his second solo outing since he and his three CFDA-winning Trovata co-founders split ways, celebrated at Tunnel's former location not with bitchy put-downs, but a groovy party straight out of sixties-era Brazil. Perry Farrell of Jane’s Addiction fame played a three-song set while Capoeira dancers busted athletic moves in crisp white Trovata pants (not a split pair among them). Meanwhile, white-clad lady models wearing head scarves mingled in the crowd.
We're not going to say we weren't tempted when the Champagne company offered to fly us by helicopter for a lobster lunch in the courtyard of an old Vanderbilt mansion upstate, but we also remembered that we are reporters. We only gave in to temptation when we were promised there would also be plenty of socialites in attendance for us to
make fun ofreport on. This proved not to be true: We counted just Valesca Guerrand- Hermès, Genevieve Jones, and floral designer/man- about-town Antony Todd, though Olivia Palermo was perpetually supposed to be on the next helicopter over. Still, we got the lunch.
It was a battle to get through the door for the Raconteurs' private concert at the Prada Epicenter in Soho.