Last year Harper's Bazaar celebrated Carine Roitfeld's portfolio of iconic figures with one of the biggest parties of NYFW, the ICONS party; guests dressed to the nines, Lady Gaga performing jazz, it was all you could ask for in a fashion event. The magazine followed it up last night with another installment, this time with the renowned artist Jean-Paul Goude, once again set at The Plaza where guests donned their best evening attire to celebrate with the most notable names in the industry.
We've seen A LOT of things this Fashion Week (mostly involving Riccardo Tisci and/or Kim Kardashian's baby bump), but one of our favorites was the rise of the round bag. Consider one Mansur Gavriel, a brand whose authority on accessories cannot be contested, and its retro round purses for spring.
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Last night, Unitas (chaired by Dennis and Kimberly Quaid) hosted its first annual gala at Capitale in Soho to raise funds and awareness for socially endangered citizens around the world, and to fight against poverty and the ever-growing crime, human trafficking.
Surely enough, the thing that's marked this NYFW has been the blowout party. With the sleepy summer finally over, the parties are the biggest of the year in the fall, but the intensity has ramped up this time around. Rihanna, Givenchy, Wang, Opening Ceremony, even the new Roxy Hotel was nearly impossible to walk around freely on Monday night.
There are many words that come to mind when meeting Parme Marin for the first time, most of them colorful adjectives. She's well traveled, having spent her life split between Paris, New York, Spain, and Marrakesh. It wouldn't be heresy to consider her jewelry collection an extension of herself - the colors, patterns, and even material are always sourced from different parts of the world.
"The Business of Fashion is provocative, disruptive, fresh, intelligent and it always triggers your interest." That distinguished praise came from none other than Diane von Furstenberg last night at the EDITION Hotel, where the CFDA and Business of Fashion toasted the forthcoming BOF 500.