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Next weekend, Bethesda Row is hosting their annual "Front Row" fashion weekend with three days of events and store promotions, and Jessica Alba will be the guest star this year (Bravo's Andy Cohen and socialite Tinsley Mortimer were guests of honor in previous years).
The festivities kick off at 7:30pm on Thursday, May 16th with the premiere of The Tents at Bethesda Row Landmark Theater. The Tents is a behind-the-scenes look at the rise of New York Fashion Week, with interviews from top designers Carolina Herrera, Zac Posen, Carson Kressley, Robert Verdi, Betsey Johnson and more. More»
Fashion Week may be drawing to a close tomorrow, but judging from last night, the amazing looks are showing no signs of winding down anytime soon. From the always-stellar Beyonce, decked out in Elie Saab, to a denim-clad Constance Jablonski, click through for the best dressed guests from all of last night's festivities.
The amazing looks continued as the Fashion Week shows and after parties rolled on yesterday. But the night wans't all about Fashion Week, as some impeccably-dressed ladies stepped out for two different premieres in their very best red-carpet attire. Click through to find out the best dressed guests from all of the evening's festivities.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is fully underway, and while the runways are packed with couture, we're keeping our eyes on the sidelines, where fashion's frontrunners have been decked out in their best looks. From EMERSON's front row to Trina Turk attendees, we've collected a few of our favorite looks from Fashion Week guests. Click through for our top ten looks from this weekend.
Sunday was no day of rest for the fashion set. Lincoln Center was packed to the gills with everyone from the tall to the small. Some of the biggest names in fashion showed up for the DVF show, including Hamish Bowles, Linda Fargo and Suzy Menkes, who was "not in the mood" for a photo. Nikki Hilton also wizzed by, wearing cat-eye sunglasses inside, before we could snap a shot of her "weather-be-damned" bare legs and translucent Louboutins. Luckily, others were more than happy to pose for the camera to flaunt their street style.
Despite 8+ inches of snow on the ground, Fashion Week marches on and so does the fashion outside of the tents. While several show goers opted for more practical footwear, there were just as many guests in stilettos picking their way through the sludge. On Saturday, we asked the brave souls in attendance just how they weathered the storm, and had them share their Nemo-chic tips. From heat tech to hot toddies, read on for fashion inspiration that will warm you up for the week ahead.
Figuring out what to wear during Fashion Week is always a challenge. Now, with a storm promising to cover the city in inches (if not feet) of snow, looking winter chic seems pretty much impossible. Before you cancel your weekend plans and resort to PJs and movie marathons, look through our top fashion picks to help you brave the cold. From cute boots to classy coats, here are some choices that will keep you warm without compromising your style. More»
Fashion Week has kicked off in NYC, and while that has given us lots to buzz about, there are lots of other exciting things going on in the industry. We've put together all the fashion news that should be on your radar, from the real reason behind Marc Jacobs' show being postponed to André Leon's deal to create a late-night talk show. Plus, meet the freshest face in fashion, Gisele and Tom Brady's daughter Vivian Lake. More»
As Fashion Week revved into gear yesterday, we were on location at Lincoln Center to catch all the must-see street style actions. These men and women didn't let the threat of a looming winter storm get in the way of their impeccable style. Click through to see all of the fashionable looks from day one of NYFW.
Are you dying to get in on NYFW? Luckily for you, KCD's previously invite-only Digital Fashion Show is opening its doors to the public for the first time. After debuting the digital fashion show platform last year, KCD received a staggering amount of interest and demand for greater exposure for the public. Digital Fashion Shows will allow consumers, fashion fans, and industry insiders to access "front row" viewing experiences, downloadable content, and social media sharing capabilities. Click through for more information on the three participating shows you can log on to see. More»
Friday, May 24
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.