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There are so many trends every season that I just can’t keep track. I’m always scared to buy something “trendy” because I worry that before I know it, it will be “SO last season”. How can I know where to spend my hard earned dollars?
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Go behind the scenes with our fashion correspondent, Natalie Decleve, and check out what the designers had to say about their NYFW experience this season. Watch to find out which designer has a thing for quirky glasses, what inspired the Nonoo spring collection, and who celebrates a successful show by binging on unhealthy snacks.
From Rebecca Minkoff's tomboy chic runway to Jason Wu's leather-dominated collection, take a look at some of our favorite runway themes we've seen so far! More»
[Sarah Ellison Lewis] [Dani Stahl] [Bridget White]
Even over the weekend, Fashionphiles don't slack off during New York Fashion Week. Not heavy rain nor horrible humidity nor broken shoes will stop this stylish set from looking their best! We bopped around from Lincoln Center to Chelsea, with a pit stop at the Birchbox Sample Stop in search of style - both on and off the runways. More»
[Theophilus London, Andre Saraiva] [Mia Moretti]
Last night in NYC, Andre Saraiva and Andre Balazs kicked off their 22 night pop up club in the basement of the Standard East Village, Karlie Kloss celebrated with Jason Wu at the Top of the Standard for his successful show, Aziz Ansari came out to celebrate Fashion Week with Rag & Bone at The Wooly, the Courtin-Clarins sisters attended the Cools Jamboree dinner at 5 Beekman Street, and so much more! More»
Last night in NYC, Heidi Klum and Kim Kardashian came out to celebrate Brian Atwood's first NYC flagship at the Four Season restaurant, Andre Balazs held a party for the reopening of the Top of the Standard, Anna Wintour and Sarah Jessica Parker came out to honor Oscar de la Renta at the Couture Council Artistry luncheon, Proenza Schouler celebrated the opening of his Madison Avenue boutique, and so much more. More»
If you aren't able to make it to the runway shows at Lincoln Center during this season's fashion week, don't worry. There are still plenty of events and pop-up shops going on throughout the city where you can celebrate New York Fashion Week in your own style. Here are the best events that aren't runway shows, but are still fashion week oriented. More»
Flames and 50s inspired tailfins at Prada, coral-shaped heels at Chanel and flamboyant ethnic patterns as well as cheerful colors everywhere else - Spring 2012 is an extremely color- and playful shoe season. So, after this outburst of anything goes, what is Fall/Winter 2012/13 going to look like? Are we going back to black in shame of having been seduced by the sweet pastels and the sinfulness of hot pink? We've taken a look at the international catwalks to get you ahead of the game for the next cold season. More»
Only in its third season, NAHM may be considered but an infant in the fashion world, however designer Nary Manivong and partner Ally Hilfiger proved to be, yet again, an undeniable presence at New York Fashion Week.
The duo, known for their highly-wearable line of delicate, feminine shirtdresses, debuted their 2012 Fall/Winter collection this past Friday at Milk Studios and were met with overwhelming praise.
We caught up with Nary to discuss the collection, and where he finds his inspiration. More»
The only thing as exciting as a runway show, is being backstage before it starts. After months of preparing to present a new collection, the hours leading up to it's debut are filled with excitement and anticipation. Our Fashion Correspondent, Natalie Decleve, goes behind-the-scenes at New York Fashion week, to reveal the inspiration behind the clothes and what it takes to make 11 minutes of magic. Watch to find out how Cynthia Rowely celebrates in the fast lane, why Mara Hoffman is tingling, and what mega celebrity Victor de Souza plans to dress next!
Tuesday, May 21
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.