And an André Leon Talley slow-clap.
Where the fashion elite rubbed shoulders with celebrities.
Female designers can't escape the expectation that they're here to make our lives easier when it comes to getting dressed.
All the people who went out this week so far, including Debbie Harry, Drew Barrymore, and Brad Goreski.
They're helping the coffee chain become "a true inspirational gifting destination."
It's red, corseted, and frilly.
Plexiglas heels filled with colored sand!
She and Kate plan to dress in something Mardi Gras–themed.
It's pretty extraordinary.
They'll do a special collection for the Milan trade show in June.
Also, more news from the sisters Mulleavy.
Also, Tommy Hilfiger is holding separate men's and women's shows this season, and Tibi is designing stationery.
And the Mulleavy sisters want a snow globe.
Plus, Heidi Mount defends her husband, and the ringleaders of a counterfeit-handbag smuggling operation face up to fifteen years in prison.
Breast pads and everything!
Apparently all tutus are ruined and have holes and things — you just can't see that from the audience.
"I hate buttons."
She shot her behind-the-scenes experience — which involved hang time with Freja Beha, Jason Wu, and Olivier Zahm — exclusively for The Cut.