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Fashion month is officially over. After weeks of worldwide runway shows, we can finally stop obsessively checking Style.com for the latest uploads. Not to worry - we've got the best of what's to come for A/W 2013 right here. Click through for a guide to the season's biggest trends, and tips on how to actually wear them.
The international race to the runways came to an end this week, and fashion's jet-setters have closed their notebooks, clogged our Instagram feeds, and made their predictions for next season's biggest trends. Before the semi-annual excitement completely dies down, let's take a look back at the major strutting stars from the New York, London, Milan, and Paris shows.
We were warned of the repercussions for bad behavior, and now we must suffer the consequences. The gracious hosts, Vogue magazine, the Council of Fashion Designers of America and New York's tourism agency, have had enough of the antics and mayhem that Fashion's Night Out unleashed, so they have relegated New York to a fashionista's time out. While we grin and bear the punishment, we can still look back on the epic pandemonium FNO brought to Soho last year in September 2012. It won't be as good as the real thing but enjoy our Instagram trip down memory lane of the good, the bad, and the ugly from the very last Fashion's Night Out. More»
The shows at Lincoln Center may have come to a close, but the looks that paraded down last week's runways are definitely here to say. The easiest way to emulate the of-the-moment, high fashion trends is by taking a page from the make up artists responsible for pulling the looks together. From '60s-inspired cat eyes to eye-catching magenta lips, here are our picks for the runway-inspired makeup looks you should try now. More»
Take a look at what some big names in fashion had to say about Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Find out what is on Fern Mallis' agenda this month, who Christian Siriano believes is the next big designer from Project Runway, and why Lara Croft is Kimberly Ovitz' muse for the collection. More»
NYFW has come and gone yet again. Despite a few scheduling glitches due to the uninvited attendance of Nemo, there was no loss of inspiration and spectacle from a bevy of designers both established and new. From Diane von Furstenberg's glam rock party to the ladylike sophistication seen at Proenza Schouler, here's a look back at some of the best fall/winter 2013 shows.
At this point we've all admired the collections of NYFW, but did you pay close attention to the runways? The physical space of a runway show helps establish the mood of each collection. Here are our 5 of our favorite sets from last week.
'Twas the very last day of a long week - and the street style outside of the Ralph Lauren show was as fresh as day one. Photographers swarmed the doors as VIPs and industry insiders spilled out into the streets, and more than a few outfits paid homage to Ralph's recent seasons. Love was in the air for Valentine's day as the crowd gushed with praise for the show. Even when a salt machine drove by, spraying thousands of dollars worth of well shod feet - mellowed out fashionistas just kept on smiling.
Academies have valedictorians and athletics have most valuable players, but stars of Fashion Week often go unacknowledged. The true fashion icon must endure a marathon week of shows, backstage visits, industry events, and after parties. Some of the most determined even make it onto the catwalk in addition to their red carpet and front row duties. New York Fashion Week 2013 was an even greater fete because of the blizzard, which tore through the city in the midst of Friday's shows. These 15 ladies were prominent fixtures of the week and deserve a little accolade for their devotion to fashion. More»
Though the Olsen family quietly refused photos at the recent Elizabeth and James presentation, other show goers were happy to welcome a moment in front of the lens. From lavender hair to mega chunky boots, the recent 90's influences were evident among show goers. DJ Mia Moretti stopped by to view the collection, wearing a rainbow of color and sparkle, while a plethora of pony haired bags and contemporary accessories attracted as much attention downstairs.
There's no doubt that Fashion Week is one of the busiest times of the year for New Yorkers. The days are spent running from show to show in sky-high heels, followed by long nights of partying. All of the festivities can certainly take a toll on your body, so it's important to take some time to relax after all of the craziness dies down. We've got you covered with our list of the best places to put up your feet and unwind. More»
Sunday, May 19
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.