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Fashion Week has officially invaded our city streets - and social media feeds. With the tents pitched and the trends already hitting the runways, now's the time to embrace your inner fashion junkie and grab a virtual front-row seat to the shows. We've rounded up NYFW's trendiest social media accounts so that you can enjoy exclusive, around-the-clock fashion week coverage. Go party-hopping, runway shopping, and more with these fashion bloggers, journalists, and photographers! More»
Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld is known for his over-the-top fashion shows, outlandish remarks, and chilly demeanor, so it may seem unlikely that this ice-man has a secret soft spot...for cats. Or at least one cat, his Siamese, Choupette. More»
The masses have said "arrivederci" to Milan and "bonjour" to Paris, and by this evening they'll all be settled in their hotels resting up for the long week ahead. The shows begin tomorrow afternoon (Paris time) and run until next Wednesday, March 7th. Here's the info you need to be in-the-know for Paris Fashion Week!
You've probably seen them strolling around in SoHo, grabbing a bite in St. Marks, or near their residence in Brooklyn. One thing is for sure, Coco and Breezy are a hard pair to miss. They're fashion designers, models, and more recently producers; however, they call themselves artists and creators. Their style is anything but ordinary, preferring what Jay-Z would call "all black everything." Check out these stylish twins, and our video with them! More»
New York Fashion Week is in full swing. Even if you aren't attending the shows, its easy to feel like you're sitting in the front row if you're following the right people on Twitter.
You can count on round-the-clock trend-spotting, insider spying, and lots of mobile uploading directly from the tents.
Envious of the countless exclusive dinners and after parties (to which you weren't invited)? Not to worry, insiders will be talking about them incessantly, and sharing it all with their Twitter devotees.
Fashion journalists, industry heavyweights, and a bevy of cultish bloggers will be recounting the details. Some have already started chronicling, so check out our guide and start following immediately. More»
There is no rest for the fashion weary. Immediately following the mayhem of NYFW, many had to hop on planes to London to start all over again. Are you bummed that you're not across the pond at the Burberry show right now? Have no fear, there's a whole bunch of fashion elite that are there, and they are tweeting up a storm for you to follow in real time. Check out our list of the best tweeters to follow for LFW: More»
via guestofaguest.com: Iris Apfel is our new "It" girl. Except no one would dare to call this ninety-year-old a girl. Her eclectic wardrobe, the overriding source of her fame, has been the subject of a museum exhibition and book. Now she is even launching her own jewelry line on the Home Shopping Network. A great time to celebrate her style! MORE>>
Iris Apfel is our new "It" girl. Except no one would dare to call this ninety-year old a girl. Her eclectic wardrobe, the overriding source of her fame, has been the subject of a museum exhibition and book. Now she is even launching her own jewelry line on the Home Shopping Network. A great time to celebrate her style!
Mary Kate Olsen kisses Stefano Pilati, Alistair Carr leaves Balenciaga, Katy Perry's mom hates her daughter's style, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac is working on a rock musical, Jimmy Choo wants to buy back Jimmy Choo, Anja Rubik goes topless, Tavi Gevinson gives up fashion and so much more! Check it out in today's fashion files! MORE>>>
Last night former New York Observer editor-in-chief Peter Kaplan lauded the iPad as the future go-to medium for journalism and reflected upon his appraisal of Observer publisher Jared Kushner More»
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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.