Derek Lam’s Spring ’15 show kicked off with sexy model of the moment, Anna Ewers, in a look that said it all. This collection is a top-notch reiteration of the easy chic of the 1970s.
What happens when two great American brands collide? Such a one-two punch of chic makes my heart palpitate. Derek Lam and Mark Cross have combined their powers for a sweet and seamless union. The totes won’t be hitting stores until New York Fashion Week, but we have all the details now.
I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the ultimate all-American holiday than with a roundup of looks from some of my all-time favorite all-American designers!
We played with mesh inserts last winter, but now that the weather is on our side, I say we go full-on mesh! It’s an edgier take on the ladylike lace so prominent in spring, but we’re not talking delicate mesh. I’m craving the loose, fishnet-like kind – the type that requires strategic layering.
In my backstage interview with Derek Lam, I asked him to describe his Fall 2014 collection in one word. The answer? Energy. Sportswear-infused and as comfortable as it is polished, the high-octane theme made for a most luxurious collection.
This year marked the 15th anniversary of Howard and Cindy Rachofsky’s TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art benefit, and to honor the occasion, art collectors, designers, and style gurus from all around the world flew in to fete the affair. The international who’s who raised $5 million, living up to the auction’s reputation as amfAR’s highest grossing event in the U.S.
Calling all my Dallas-based Snobs! This Friday, two of my favorite people are coming together at one of my favorite stores. The lovely China Chow is co-hosting a champagne-filled soiree at Forty Five Ten honoring the equally lovely Derek Lam.