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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.
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.
There’s no denying that 90s nostalgia has our cultural collective in its grip. Whether it’s due to some sort of Generation Y quarter-life-crisis or whether everyone is just listening to too much Nirvana lately, there’s definitely a sense of reminiscence resonating throughout the world of art, fashion, music, television, and even nightlife. While we’re all still in the midst of this meta-throwback, check out a few ways you can embrace the decade of flannel, club kids, and quality sitcoms—time machine not required. More»
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»
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.
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.
There was a time in the not-so-distant past when people waited for fashion week with bated breath in order to catch a glimpse of the designer creations traipsing down the runways. Today, the sartorial creations of fashion's best and brightest are captured on the streets outside of the tents. These street style stars have become as much a part of the fashion machine as the shows themselves. Although arguments can be made about how there are no longer any true originals in the street style world, there are still some that stay authentic and true to their own aesthetic. We've compiled a list of the best street style women that continue to keep us on our toes.
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.