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Love her or hate her, Anna Wintour has the ability to make and/or break careers in the fashion world and beyond. Every couple of seasons she seems to take a shining to certain athletes, increasing their overall exposure in the fashion world and introducing them to an entirely new portion of the public. In the past she has been seen at shows with Amare Stoudemire, Serena Williams, and Roger Federer. So, in anticipation of Fashion Week, what better way to combine the worlds of sport and fashion than by placing odds on who Anna will pick as her next front row companion? More»
A polished manicure is a must have weekly treat, but once you've had your fingers painted "Wicked" a few too many times, you're in dire need of a change. Nail Art is taking a leap forward with more creative and chic styles than ever before. And better yet, many are DIY. Here are 8 impossibly chic nail trends to get you out of your manicure funk. More»
"For the first time, the chic has become a plausible option for a community so far pegged [only] to its street wear codes."
She suggests that the style bar in the Black community has grown greatly thanks to Michelle Obama. Such a statement, as well as the post in its entirety (which Elle France removed as of January 24, 2012), had readers' undies in a bunch. Granted, the First Lady has flawless style, however there are many Black women who pioneered fashion not only in the Black community but the world. Check out some of the fashion icons that ruled the school way before Mrs. Obama was around...
In department stores across the world, shoppers race up and down escalators with one mission: buy what they need and get out. But there’s a different breed of department stores where art galleries, libraries, and ATMs that dispense actual gold are the focus—and not poorly stocked shoe sections or pushy salespeople. Here are five department stores with features so awesome that shopping is just an after-thought. More»
To celebrate the launch of Uncle Karl's new eponymous line with Net-A-Porter, KARL, five pop-up window shops are being unveiled across the globe in Paris, New York, London, Berlin and Sydney.
The fashion festivities kicked off in Paris, where a mysterious cube that appeared on Boulevard St. Germain was officially opened by Mr. Lagerfeld himself. The interactive window display allowed customers to scan, shop, and win pieces from the affordable collection. More»
This week, the Cut informed us that Simon Doonan thinks Obama's style is "unremarkable" and, what's even more, that "the only stylish politicians are dictators." As 2011 was a particularly rough year for absolute rulers, how stylish are the dictators of this world (or, those who are left)? And do they deserve their cult of personality? We decided to analyze Doonan's statement a little closer by investigating the most stylish dictators...
Prutha Raithatha is the force behind the experimental fashion blog Don’t Shoe Me. She creates stories through fashion -- and her style is everything but boring. Furthermore, her fashion stories, like the recent one titled May the Gods be with you. Period., incorporate serious socio-cultural messages. Over a cup of Glühwein, she gave us the scoop on where she gets her inspiration from, and revealed her favorite designers, blogs and places.
KCD Worldwide, the internationally renowned fashion PR firm and production company, is hopping on the digital bandwagon with the rest of us by offering a new digital fashion show service to the fashion industry. As the agency behind shows for the biggest names in fashion, from DvF to Chanel, its clients will now have the option to choose a completely digital presentation...but what does this mean for the fashion industry? More»
Thursday, May 23
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.