McQueen Replacement Sarah Burton Is Under a Terrible Amount of Pressure This Season
Obviously.By Amy Odell
Obviously.By Amy Odell
Notably, there were no hash brownies on the menu this time.By Kate Hutchinson
Also, Julia Restoin Roitfeld had to stand at a show in London.
And none of the clothes, though nice, were truly mind-blowing this season.By Amy Odell
She's really awfully charming in person.By The Fug Girls
Also, LBD is in the dictionary now.
Don't you?By Amy Odell
Thank you, Suzy Menkes.By Amy Odell
"[F]or all his genius, Mr. Galliano refuses to click on the modern world’s reset button or drag his icons to a new place."By Amy Odell
Her opaque sportswear and mannish pants sent critics into a fashion orgasm.By Amy Odell
"Not everyone's writing is equal."By Sharon Clott
She pole-dances with the contestants on her show!By Katie Goldsmith
Also, Paris Fashion Week kicks off with angry fans at Rick Owens and frightened kids at Gareth Pugh.By Kristi Garced
A lot can happen in a week — but the past few years have been particularly spectacular. Here are our favorite moments.By Sharon Clott
John Galliano presented his Christian Dior couture collection yesterday. We rounded up what the critics said about it and explained what they meant.
Tom Ford gives Suzy Menkes a private tour of his new 12,000-square-foot menswear store in Milan, where he even sells walking sticks.
• The Hills' Lauren Conrad showed a lackluster collection at L.A. Fashion Week yesterday. She tried to spice it up with berets and black leather gloves. Meh. [FabSugar]
• Risque pictures of famous models like Kate Moss and Gisele Bündchen are going up for auction at Christie's on April 10. The entire collection of 135 prints shot by photographers like Richard Avedon and Diane Arbus ought to fetch about $3 million. [British Vogue]
• Just 23 years old, Esteban Cortazar brought the "It" factor back to the house of Emanuel Ungaro. [Times] • Dries Van Noten disappoints Cathy Horyn, and Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo makes her "think the trashiness, the allure and counterpoint of trashiness, is very interesting at the moment." [On the Runway/NYT]
The reviews from Paris Fashion Week are clogging the Internet with words that resemble English but don't necessarily make a lot of sense. That means it's time for another edition of "What They Really Meant," where we read the fashion reviews so you don't have to. You've worked hard enough today already.