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6 Things We Learned About Vogue

6 Things We Learned About Vogue

  by Lauren Kaplan

T Magazine’s latest “By the Numbers” feature shines a light on the fashion bible: Vogue. It’s about time, if you ask us, since it’s kind of what makes the fashion world go round. And despite how much we talk about Anna Wintour [...]

Tags: #worldsmosttalkedaboutcover, Amber Valletta, anna wintour, Brigitte Bauer, diana vreeland, Edna Woolman Chase, Jean Shrimpton, Keira Knightley, Kim Basinger, marisa berenson, Nastassja Kinski, prada, Reese Witherspoon, T Magazine, Vogue
Stuart Weitzman Wants To Make Your Perfect Pumps

Stuart Weitzman Wants To Make Your Perfect Pumps

  by Lauren Kaplan

Stuart Weitzman is covering up in time for fall with the fourth installment of the brand’s DIY project, SWxYou. As much as we’ve loved wearing them, it’s nearly time to put Weitzman’s ubiquitous Nudist sandal away and break out [...]

Tags: diy, heels, Nudist, pumps, sandals, stuart weitzman
Rag & Bone Does Fall On Film

Rag & Bone Does Fall On Film

  by Lauren Kaplan

It’s no secret that Rag & Bone tends to do things differently. From serving beer and doughnuts during a recent fashion show (should doughnuts even be welcome at fashion shows?...hmm, yes.) to opting for a “multimedia” experience for [...]

Tags: Colin Rich, dance, David Neville, documentary, fashion week, Kyle Abraham, Marcus Wainwright, new york city, rag & bone, runway, Vern Moen, Wendy Morgan, womenswear
Alexander Wang Returns to Manhattan For NYFW

Alexander Wang Returns to Manhattan For NYFW

  by Lauren Kaplan

Alexander Wang is back from Brooklyn, people! After the designer took a hiatus from the New York Fashion Week’s Manhattan hub to stage his Fall show at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Wang is returning to his old digs at Pier 94 and 5p.m. time [...]

Tags: Alexander Wang, Brooklen, brooklyn navy yard, fashion week, Manhattan, new york fashion week, nyfw, Wang
Look Good, for Good with Kenneth Cole

Look Good, for Good with Kenneth Cole

  by Channing Hargrove

Don’t just talk about social change, be the social change with Kenneth Cole this fall. “For over 30 years, we have committed our resources to making a difference by addressing what people wear, while inspiring them to be aware and [...]

Tags: elle, Fall 2014 ads, Fall 2014 campaigns, Fashion, Fashion News, Harper's Bazaar, Help USA's Youth Scholarship Fund, Kenneth Cole, marie claire, Saint Luke Foundation for Haiti, Style Scoop, Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program, T: The New York Times Style Magazines, The Kenneth Cole foundation
What Really Goes On Inside Designer Collaborations?

What Really Goes On Inside Designer Collaborations?

  by Carolyn Hsu

Unless you’re on the wrong end of an eBay sale, high-low designer collaborations seem like no-brainers for fashion enthusiasts. Take the Roland Mouret Banana Republic collection, launching today, for example. Many of the sleek bodycon [...]

Tags: Altuzarra, Altuzarra for target, designer collaborations, Joseph Altuzarra, target collaborations