And the No. 1 honor goes to ...
The Proenza designers have sometimes struggled to find their customer, but their clothes for spring 2011 were for a wider range of women.
"Note: fanny pack-like accessories never work."
Andrew Rosen was at the label's show yesterday.
Beth and Sarah wrap up their week in — what else? — Celine, Lanvin, and Proenza.
Anna's economy-stimulus plan worked!
We chatted with Anna Wintour, the Proenza Schouler designers, Leighton Meester, Seth Meyers, and more at FNO: The Show.
Including exclusive Louboutins, 24-karat-gold-topped cookies, Karl Lagerfeld self-portraits, and more!
"Church can suck it."
Apparently, blank-faced armies are out.
Fall's biggest runway trends included capes, blazers, tall socks, Highland plaids, and more.
Eighteen can't-miss spots for shopping, drinking, elbow-rubbing, and generally proving to your Midwestern friends how cool New York is.
It's going to be even more of a circus than last year.
It stars Tati Cotliar and twin newcomers Ann and Kirby Kenny.
Also, Proenza Schouler designer Lazaro Hernandez says he can't afford his own clothes.
Fish prints, fish patterns, and actual fish scales are the inspiration behind this summer trend.
'New York' fashion director Harriet Mays Powell selects her favorites from Lanvin, YSL, Jason Wu, and more.
Plus, see the latest looks from Behnaz Sarafpour, Celine, Juan Carlos Obando, Michael Angel, Suno, and Twinkle by Wenlan.
Including multiple Tom Fords and Patrik Ervell with a gaggle of hot male models.