Last night has been called the worst-dressed Met Ball ever, but I prefer the title of Asian Halloween Fright Night. First of all, let me say this to all the ladies whose stylists suggested chopsticks as headgear: placing them vertically is bad luck. Did no one think to research this?
My most highly anticipated show of the week did not disappoint. On the contrary, Peter Copping’s debut at the house of Oscar was an elegant affair. To say Mr. Copping has grand shoes to fill is an immense understatement.
Glamour seems to be the theme of New York Fashion Week. From oodles of sequins and sparkles to evening slink by the runway mile, vamps, vixens, and red carpet-ready femme fatales are slated to come out in droves come Fall ’15.
As a designer, you will for that shining moment, the one when your roar rings louder than any other. Last night produced such an occasion for Prabal Gurung.
Sometimes you see something fab, but then again, you feel like it’s probably way too specific to make it a reality in your life. Take Esteban Cortazar’s cape-like, flowing chiffon top: When you first see it, you might think “one-night stand,” but this is a piece that’s down for some commitment.
First Gwyneth Paltrow opened a pop-up shop in LA, and now she’s come down south with a Michelle Nussbaumer-designed space in Highland Park Village! Through December 14, Texans can shop a specially curated selection that includes everything from Stella McCartney to Jennifer Meyer Jewelry to Staub Kitchenware…