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Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz stood alongside their dad, with mum Victoria unusually taking a back seat, watching on from the audience. <br><br>Then, proving the true star of the show, youngest Cruz break-danced live on stage, recreating his scene-stealing routine from the Spice Girls concerts last year.</p><p></p><p>The star-studded affair brought out a host of Hollywood&#039;s hottest young style stars. <br><br>Gossip Girls and continued their reign as TV&#039;s chicest fashionistas. Meester wowed in a jade green draped gown, while Lively showed off her endless pins in a one-shouldered super-short purple dress.<br><br>The asymetric style continues to rule the red carpet and made a stylish choice for as well, who glowed in an aqua blue design. She looked California cool, with her caramel streaked curly locks, and yellow gold disc earrings.<br><br>Maxi dresses were another style hit of the night, with proving our favourite, glowing in a summery style with splashy pink print.<br><br>Vanessa Hudgens arrived arm-in-arm with co-star and real-life love, Zac Efron. The High School Musical actress looked sleek in a strapless Alexander Wang monochrome dress, with tiered white skirt. Her streamlined look was topped off perfectly with a pair of Christian Louboutin Mad Mary heels.<br><br>?<p><p>The bi-annual style-fest that is the international fashion weeks kicks off tomorrow in New York, meaning stylistas the world over are currently winging their way to the Big Apple.<br><br>The perfect place for spotting the season&#039;s hottest trends &#x2013; both on and off the catwalks &#x2013; what the editors are wearing in the front rows are guaranteed to become the must-have looks of the season.<br><br>So what&#039;s in store for accessories? When it comes to the well-heeled tootsies of the world&#039;s most influential fashionistas, expect the thigh to be the limit when it comes to boots. <br><br>Decadent designs stretched high above the knees on the catwalks at , and Pucci, to name merely a few, and have already made their mark as one the season&#039;s key trends.<br><br><br><br>And while footwear may be oversized, bag wise, it&#039;s all about downsizing. Clutches may be smaller than your average arm-candy, but they&#039;re big news on the style scene. <br><br>Spotted at , , and - colour, style or shape are irrelevant, as long as it sits in you hand.<br><br></p><p>As for those who can&#039;t bare to cut down on their essentials, there&#039;s a host of It-bags high on this season&#039;s wish list, from the Marlow Bag to Mulberry&#039;s Last East West Bayswater and Roady.<br><br>The front rows may be packed full of designer labels, but the must-have accessory for any discernable fashion-watcher has to be a . <br><br>, is ideal for on-the-go trend jotting and in seven colours, will be perfect for coordinating with one&#039;s favourite outfits. Those looking for something more compact will love , a lightweight laptop that makes logging into the net easier than ever, with built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G. It even has a built-in web cam, for those eager to check into the office from the front rows.<br><br><br><br>For an on-trend finishing touch, bold necklaces brought a pop of colour to autumnal palette at Louis Vuitton, while layered chokers and oversized pedants made a statement.</p></p>?<p>Notice to our readers&hellip;</p><p>We'd like to let you know that this site uses cookies. Without them you may find this site does not work properly and many features may be unavailable. More information on what cookies are and the types of cookies we use can be found </p>?<p>It&#039;s definitely a case of style over comfort for , who has come out and said that we will never, we repeat, never, see her in a pair of tracksuit bottoms or Ugg boots. <br><br>The singer-turned-designer has told French magazine Madame Figaro that she loves fashion too darn much to let her sartorial standards slip even once.<br><br><br><br>She said: &#039;You&rsquo;ll never see me on the street in a tracksuit. I just love fashion too much to wear a tracksuit!<p>&#039;The same goes for Ugg boots. I only wear them only at home.&#039;</p><p>The 37-year-old is pictured on one of the two front covers of this month&#039;s edition of the magazine in a coral spring 2012 bodysuit by Prada and, on the other, in a black dress by .</p><p>Speaking of her love for , she said: &#039;I&rsquo;m addicted to Prada, to cardigans and bags ...</p><p>&#039;I&rsquo;d love to see the world through the eyes of Miuccia Prada! The woman is a genius. Her vision is of ultra-intelligent fashion. Each season, she creates something new, she knows how to surprise.&#039;</p><p></p><p>VB also confided that her idea of heaven, once her four children and gorgeous husband have gone to bed, is to trawl online shopping sites.<br></p><p>&#039;I am a big fan of Net-A-Porter.com. When the kids are asleep, I can travel on this site for several hours,&#039; she said.<br></p><p>&#039;I like the idea of quietly shopping at home for clothes and returning them if it doesn&rsquo;t work. This is absolute freedom.&#039;</p><p>She sounds like a girl after our own heart - tracksuit bottoms and Uggs aside!<br></p><p></p><p></p></p>?<p> earned herself 57,000 new Twitter followers during New York Fashion Week making her&#039;s the most talked about collection on the social media site. <br><br>There were 17,173 mentions of - far more than any other designer. <br><br>According to social media agency Whisper Group, who analyzed Twitter during New York Fashion Week to identify the most popular designers, trends, and hashtags, found that Marc Jacobs came in second, with 8,813 mentions, and Diane Von Furstenberg, Alexander Wang and Michael Kors brought up the rear. <br><br><br><br>It&#039;s not by chance that was the most popular designer on Twitter during NYFW. The mum-of-four has previously spoken about her well-planned and executed brand strategy for social media. <br><br>Of her aims for Twitter she told WWD: &#039;It&rsquo;s to build an engaged audience through both personal and brand messaging. I used Twitter a lot during last season and particularly during New York Fashion Week. It gave me the opportunity to share the experience of the show with everyone following me. That&rsquo;s something I plan to continue.&#039;<br><br> is known for frequently posting snaps of her in her day-to-day life, with the pics of little Harper Beckham proving particularly popular. <br><br><br><br>&#039;It&rsquo;s been a really interesting experience. I would imagine some of the growth can be linked to the fact that I try to give some personal insights to my followers as well as keeping them abreast of the business,&#039; she said of her decision to share personal snippets. <br><br>&#039;I also think that my fans and customers really get to know me and my sense of humor through my tweets. I think people see the real me.&#039;<br><br>Are you impressed with how far has come since her Spice Girls days? Are you a fan of her fashion line? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below. <br><p></p><p></p><p></p><p><br></p><br></p>?<p>As one of the fashion world&#039;s most coveted rising style stars, it should be no surprise that corset dresses has been spotted on not one, but two Hollywood starlets in the space of a week.<br><br>Giving the dress its A-list debut, stepped out in the two-tone number last week, and was papped leaving Kanye West&#039;s Manhattan apartment. <br><br>Jil Sander platform heels and an oversized metallic bag completed her look. <br><br>Less than a week later, and gave the dress another very public outing. Arriving for an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman, the socialite rocked the style with YSL pumps.<br><br>She added a resin necklace, from the House of Harlow collection by her ex-Simple Life co-star, Nicole Richie.<br><br>Both stylistas opted for very similar make-up to compliment their statement frocks - matching pale pink lips and a slick of black liner.<br><br><br><br>Two stars, one dress - but the question is, who wore it best? Share your verdict in the comments box below.<br><br></p>?<p>It&#8217;s a whole new year in 15 little days and we&#8217;ve got some big news about what&#8217;s coming your way. So start the countdown and prepare to kickoff 2011 with a fresh perspective on style for your most fashionable year yet.</p><p>From the thousands of designer runway looks, we chose the 10 most prominent trends to feature in our 2011 lookbook.</p><p><br>10. The Bigger The Better<br>With the new year comes an entirely new shape and overarching trend: volume. The most common thread between not only pieces in a collection, but between designers and even blending into menswear, one thing is pretty clear: 2011 means seriously pumping up the volume. Bulky fabrics, textured embellishments and structured, architectural elements should add volume in the right places (shoulders, hips or at the bottom hem) and cinch in accent areas (waist, chest, arms) for the most flattering shape.<br></p><p><br>9. Big Legs<br>It&#8217;s not time to throw out your skinnies, but it is time to incorporate a broader pant into your wardrobe. Wide-leg pants vary in style, but the most popular choices for the catwalk were high-waist straight leg, super low-rise parachute and tapered capri pants. Pair with a fitted top to balance out the look and a skinny belt always helps to define a waist line. Voluminous pants in denim, velvet, and stretch sweater fleece are going to be the biggest hits next year.<br><br><br><br>8. See-Thru<br>Flowy sheers and see-through chiffons are always a staple for the spring. For day, you can get the look without offending anyone by wearing a lace cami slip underneath a sheer top or dress. For night, go bold with a transparent top and a sexy bra or go for a simple solid top and slightly sheer pants.<br></p><p>7. Dripping In Style<br>This super-simple trend perfects the &#8220;I&#8217;m not trying too hard&#8221; look with loose fits and a muted color palette. Limit the drapey pieces to under 3 at a time to avoid overdoing the layers. Sheers were seamlessly seen coming down the catwalk with a pair of chunky boots to add a little structure to the overall ensemble.<br></p><p>Don&#8217;t drown your drapey look just because the sun&#8217;s out&#8211;keep your layered style by the pool with drapey cover-ups like this one from :<br><br></p><p>6. Ruffles<br>Every girl loves a garment with a little bounce to it. Get flirty with pretty ruffles that instantly add life to any outfit. These feminine adornments were often paired on the runway with leather and metal details to edge up the look. Opt for ultra-feminine with pretty curls and natural pale pink lips.<br></p><p><br>5. All About Orange<br>It&#8217;s insane to think about how much orange was incorporated into spring 2011 RTW collections. A vibrant coral orange is the perfect hue to add a pop of color into your new year. Compliment the sunny shade with more subdued colors like deep purple, navy or mocha brown to achieve a bright, yet cool and sophisticated, look.<br></p><p>As for the guys, we know you&#8217;re not as inclined to&#8230;well&#8230;care&#8230;as much as the ladies do about upcoming trends. So here are some general themes and hot items happening in fashion right now that you should consider weaving into your rotation.</p><p>4.Casual Slouch<br>Keeping in line with the ladies, 2011 is all about looking effortlessly fashionable (read: e-a-s-y). So, yes, you can handle this one. Promise. The look is un-tucked but still tailored; so keep the fit somewhat close to the body, just opt for thin, &#8220;slouchy&#8221; fabrics that move and layer well. Try a new pant silhouette like a slight harem with a slim ankle or a low-rise urban pair with the bottoms rolled up or tucked into boots.<br> </p><p>3. Sport the Shorts<br>Don&#8217;t be afraid of shorts. Because stuffing your hot, sweaty legs into a pair of jeans in 80 degree whether isn&#8217;t cute for anyone involved. Grab a pair of relaxed-fit capri or just-above-the-knee-length shorts that are in keeping with the slouchy trend. Layer a loose tee, rolled button-up shirt and an over-sized cardigan for a great daytime look. Boots and shorts are one of 2011&#8242;s biggest combinations, and a distressed lace-up pair are the perfect finishing touch to this sporty look.<br></p><p>2. Punky Spunky<br>It&#8217;s really never a bad idea to dress like a badass from time to time. This look is all about a &#8220;statement&#8221; piece&#8211;one that stands out and is the main attraction of the outfit. A statement piece can be like anything below, a retro black and white shoe, a metallic shirt, or a studded leather jacket, but it has to be special and, naturally, have a little edge. Choose slim fits, pointier shoes, and more geometric shapes to get the look.<br></p><p>1. (Real Men Wear) White Pants<br>When you&#8217;re not dressing like a badass, why not dress like someone who knows what a &#8220;galley&#8221; is? White pants are all over the 2011 forecast, and when paired with a fitted cardigan or a colorful blazer, these can make you look like a million bucks.<br></p><p>Wishing you and your wardrobes all the best for 2011. Happy shopping!</p><p>All photos from NYmag.com</p><br><br>?<p>A new day, a new rumor about who may be taking over the reigns at luxury house Christian Dior. The newest designer up for the job no one wants to seem to take? None other than American designer Alexander Wang.</p><p>While at this point every name seems to have been bandied about for the position, Wang seems the biggest stretch yet. The designer is known for his urban streetwear, not something that would seem to translate so well when taking over a position that requires two couture collections a year.</p><p>Many in the industry thought Marc Jacobs would be accepting the position, moving to Dior from Louis Vuitton, but talks fell apart over salary and LVMH being unwilling to let Jacobs leave Vuitton according to reports.</p><p>At this rate it doesn&#8217;t seem so out there that John Galliano would return to the house, despite his recent scandal. But, if this newest rumor is true, look for ladies in delicate ball gowns with motorcycle helmets when Wang’s first couture collection for the house is presented early next year.</p><p>The Job No One Wants? []</p><br><br>?<p>Beyond the clothes and shoes and bags and &#8216;dos of the spring collections this past month, one thing became very, very evident &#8212; American models are having a moment.</p><p>This may not seem so novel, there has never been a shortage of American models, and ones who are household names at that. But since the birth of the modern modelling era in the 1970s, there has seldom been a large influx of American beauties snagging spots on the big runways and all the major editorials and ad campaigns.</p><p>The last time we saw this was roughly ten years ago in the early aughts when the&#8221; It girls&#8221; of the late &#8217;90s and new American faces all seemed to thrive over a four year period.</p><p>Erin Wasson, Frankie and Missy Rayder, Bridget Hall, Maggie Rizer, James (now Jaime) King, Angela Lindvall, Carolyn Murphy, Amber Valletta, Guinevere van Seenus, Amanda Moore, Jessica Miller &#8230; just a few of the American beauties who could be seen in every magazine, fronting every campaign and on every runway.</p><p>What&#8217;s more, Wasson, Lindvall and both Rayders are still thriving. 36-year-old Frankie?lent her picture perfect face to both the Alexander Wang and Givenchy shows this season, blending in seamlessly with models who were literally almost half her age. Wasson, 29, also popped up at Givenchy and Michael Kors and Missy, 33, turned out to support pal Giles Deacon and his eponymous line.</p><p>This is not to discredit American supers like Christy Turlington, Stephanie Seymour and Cindy Crawford, but these girls were more a?part?of an international crew that included Linda, Claudia, Naomi, Tatjana, Nadja, Helena and later on Kate. It must also be noted that these ladies, most now in their early forties, are also?still scoring some very major, and some season&#8217;s every major,?campaigns.</p><p>Cut to now and there?is an almost endless rooster of?established American girls like Heidi Mount, Arizona Muse, Sessilee Lopez,?Jacquelyn Jablonski, Lindsey Wixson (a vet at 17), Britt Maren, Chanel Iman, Ruby and Lily Aldridge and Hilary Rhoda being joined by some very, very strong newcomers.</p><p>Arizona native Kelly Mittendorf, 17, managed to score perhaps the most amazing debut gig ever. While the all coveted Prada exclusive?has always been?the ultimate in the industry, Mittendorf decided to just skip over that and book the campaign for Fall 2011. Did we mention she had yet to walk a runway at that point?</p><p>Maria Bradley meanwhile scored an exclusive for a little line called Balenciaga this past season. That in addition to stopping by Versace (another exclusive), Alexander Wang (she opened), Tommy Hilfiger and Proenza Schouler. Not bad for a 17-year-old kid from Kansas.</p><p>And there is more national pride to be had in the form of 16-year-old wonders Josilyn Williams and Court (just &#8220;Court,&#8221; like Cher), 17-year-old free spirit and pink coiffed Charlotte Free and Long Island gal Allaire Heisig, another old soul at 17, who closed the fall Marc by Marc show, scored a spot at the Valentino couture show this past July and found herself in the pages of the September issue of Italian Vogue &#8211;?without the aid of being the victor on a CW program. Not bad work if you can get it.? And balance it with your high school schedule as well of course.</p><p>But we saved the best for last. Britain has Kate and Naomi, Canada Linda and Daria and Brazil Gisele and Raquel. At this point the two American names that come to mind for most are Christy and Cindy, stunning beauties both but 20 years removed from the height of their fame. Enter Karlie.</p><p>19-year-old Karlie Kloss has everything going for her. Debuting as a Calvin Klein exclusive at the very tender, and now outlawed, age of 15, Kloss has managed to somehow become more and more gorgeous with age. So gorgeous that it sometimes seems when flipping through the pages of industry bible Vogue that the the almighty Anna Wintour has forgotten there are in fact other models with editorial availability.</p><p>The problem is, no other model can do what Kloss can do. She can be the All-American girl at one second, a seductive sultress the next and even, despite her just having graduated from high school, the urban working woman to close things out. It would be easier to list a mood or persona this teen can&#8217;t nail down rather than run through how pitch perfect she is in absolutely everything she does.</p><p>Editorial not enough? Let&#8217;s take a look at her walk. Kloss has one of, if not the, best runway walks ever. A testament perhaps to her years of ballet, when Kloss catwalks in a designer&#8217;s wears stylists want to snag it, creative directors want to shoot it and, best of all, every woman, and no doubt some men, want to find a way to buy it in hopes they too might look like the leggy beauty. It&#8217;s no wonder Kloss tends to only hold two slots?in most every?runway show she does?&#8211; open or close.</p><p>And there&#8217;s more! Have you ever seen an interview with Kloss? Modelling is an incredibly, incredibly difficult world, even more so for a girl of 15 to enter. Kloss however is the most pleasant, cordial and unpretentious girl in the business. A huge credit no doubt to her parents, but an even bigger credit to a girl who had booked campaigns for Christian Dior, Marc Jacobs, Chloe, Oscar de la Renta and a feature article, yes article, in Vogue before she turned 18. That is the kind of resume that allows one to play darts with a BlackBerry and their assistant&#8217;s head should they so desire.</p><p>Kloss, much like the original ppa?seems to be well on her way to forming her own international posse as well, like her idol Christy, with pals Toni Garn, Frida Gustavsson and best bud Jourdan Dunn filling out the crew. What&#8217;s more, her debut on another coveted catwalk seems almost guaranteed later this year as, now no longer a minor, Kloss will surely be tossing on a pair of wings for a certain lingerie company that another pal, Iman, joined last year.</p><p>So keep an eye on all the American gals kids, and Kloss specifically. The girl managed to move beyond even fashion mags this September when Life made her one of just a handful of models to have ever graced their cover, joining the ranks of the iconic Veruschka, Suzy Parker and Naomi Sims.</p><p>So all that is missing now is her music video debut. Think George Michael is up for a &#8220;Freedom &#8217;11?&#8221;</p><br><br>?<p>[Hi, I'm Justin - the stylist and blogger behind?. By day, I'm scouting out the latest and greatest in fashion and lifestyle. By night, I'm like a Magic 8-Ball for all of your style questions. From finding your best local thrift store to discovering the designers you need to know, I'll be doing the down-and-dirty research so you won't have to. If you have a style question, I have the answer. Send them to questions AT scoutsixteen.com.]</p>Hi Justin ? I’m in college and looking for a really great bag. The backpack I got is too heavy/bulky and I want something functional but fashionable. Would you send me some suggestions? ? Tyler W., Oxford, MS<p>In college, it’s important that you have a bag that can handle your busy lifestyle. From class to the art studio to happy hour with friends, you’re going to want something functional but transitional to your schedule. I’ve always been a big fan of tote bags ? they do their job without weighing you down, so to speak. Here are a few of my favorite options at various price points.</p>Everywhere I look, people are talking about the ‘colors of the season’. Where do I look to find these? I need some serious help ? I don’t want to get left in this dust while prepping my shopping lists! ? Tish A., Grand Rapids, MI<p>The origin of color trends in fashion is a mystery. Designers seem to have an innate sense of what the upcoming prominent colors are going to be. ?Whether they look to the streets for personal-style inspiration or get inspired by an overseas trip, there are some consistencies with colors each season. , the world’s authority in color, actually releases a prediction each season of the hues they theorize will be more far-reaching in the industry. Plan ahead! ? for Spring 2013, I’ve made a handy guide to these 10 colors, which you can see to the left.</p><p></p>What’s your take on camouflage? I’ve seen it in some of the stores at my local mall. Is it cool to wear it? ? Jared W., Hialeah, FL?<p>This is actually something I address in . I grew up on camouflage and hunting gear. It’s interesting to see that there has been a swift surge of retailers carrying camo-inspired items. I am personally a big fan of prints and camo hits home in a very special way. Keeping it subtle is key here. Limit yourself to using the print only ONCE per outfit (a shirt, cargo pants or a bag). Pair camo cargo pants with ?a white button-down shirt and denim jacket for a cool, Americana look. Or ? for ladies ? try a with a neutral outfit for a subtle pop of print.</p><br><br>?<p> </p><p>&#8216;s coverage of Fashion Week for NewNowNext continues!</p><p></p><p>As the world becomes increasingly eco-friendly, by unveiling her first ever full runway collection, Barbie continually reminds us of one thing. PLASTIC IS FANTASTIC!! That bitch must have some massive walk-in closets in that dream house of heecause she has a lot of fabulous clothes.</p><p>After the jump, loads of photos! And a video from the show!>/p></p><p><br> </p><p>The Barbie show on Valentine&#8217;s Day was a mob scene and definitely the show of most interest this season. 50 different designers each designed one look inspired by the polyurethane pop-tart and they were all amazing. Since it wasn’t an exhibition for buyers and editors they really put on a SHOW! I was in the second row and I did feel a bit snubbed th was seated behind a 5-year-old but I think she may have been an editor at pre-teen Vogue. These days apparently anybody can be (Lauren Conrad), so who knows.</p><p>I spied with my little eye&#8230; Lots of celebs! I wasn’t really star-searching Ed McMahon style but I did see Heidi Klum, Diane Von Furstenburg, Jeffrey Banks, Stephen Cole of the CFDA, Bob Mackie, Peter Som, The Blonds, Annie Leibovitz with her daughters, power gays Simon Doonan and Jonathan Adler, Mattel Creative Director Robert Best and Robert Verdi. There were loads of screaming girls so I felt right at home.</p><p><br>Heidi loves Barbie! <br> <br>Simon lives for Barbie.<br><br>DVF taught Barbie everything she knows. </p><p>As they peeled back the plastic off the runway and the lights went black, a 5-minute video of all Barbie’s fabulousness dazzled the audience. I was in heaven. After the video the scrim parted and beneath a crystal chandelier posed the first model.</p><p>The show was divided into 3 sections. The first was hiony glamour Barbie. The second was career glamour Barbie. And the third was futuristic glamour Barbie. I like the first group the best because all the models were so made up to look like dolls that they looked like reincarnations of Amanda Lepore. (No relation to Nanette Lepore who wouldn’t give me a ticket to her show.) It was a hot pink tranny mess. I loved it.</p><p> </p><p>The audience was full of excited little girls on their mothers’ laps and many Barbie lookalikes in pink dresses, blond ponytails, even a pink wig. It was a cinematic event, opening with a visual biography of the birthday girl that took us through the ages, highlighting Barbie favorites ? her stylish wardrobe, pink convertible and enviable dream house. But thel show began when the big screen split, revealing the first look: A black and white sequin swimsuit.</p><p> <br><br>Nicole Miller&#8217;s Barbie look. </p><p>There were any amazing looks it was difficult to pick a fave but I LOVED bob mackie’s creation. We all know from Cher’s get-ups that Ms. Mackie knows how to costume.</p><p><br>Bob Mackie&#8217;s Barbie gown <br> <br><br>Barbie with Ken by Kenneth Cole </p><p>The party ended wi parade of models holding the hands of little girls dressed in brightly colored tutus and white Barbie logo tops, while sparkling confetti rained down on the birthday fete.</p><p> </p><p>Color Palette: Pink of course! Black and white, silver, red, blue.</p><p>Textures &amp; Details: Fur, organza, bows, ruffles, sequins, satin, sparkles. Completely girly, completely Barbie! High ponytails, overs floppy sun hats, pink pumps, cute coats and slinky evening gowns.</p><p>Key Looks: ThreeAsFour’s half pink-half white pleated, tiered party dress; Diane von Furstenberg’s glamour girl in pink and white print wrap dress toting stylish luggage in tow; Alexander Wang’s silver glittery one-piece bathing suit with pink jacket; Koi Suwannagate’s butterfly-inspired dress with petal skirt; Kenneth Cole’s Ken and Barbie in coordinating jeans and jackets.</p><p><br>Three As Four <br> <br>House of Field <br> <br>Diane Von Furstenberg </p><p>The complete list of designers (in alphabetical order) includes:<br>Alexander Wang, Anna Sui, Baby Phat, Badgley Mischka, Betsey Johnson, Bob Mackie, Brian Reyes, Calvin Klein, Carmen Marc Valvo, Catherine Malandrino, Chris Benz, Costello Tagliapietra, Derek Lam, Diane von Furstenberg, Donna Kararin Fetherston, House of Field, Jeremy Scott, Juicy Couture, Kai Kuhne, Kenneth Cole, Koi Suwannagate, Lyn Devon, Marchesa, Michael Kors, Monique Lhuillier, Naeem Khan, Nanette Lepore, Nicole Miller, Norma Kamali, Peter Som, Rachel Roy, Rag &amp; Bone, Rebecca Taylor, Reem Acra, Rosa Cha, The Blonds, Three As Four, Tibi, Tommy Hilfiger, Tory Burch, Tracy Reese, Trina Turk, Tuleh, Twinkle, Vena Cava, Vera Wang, Vivienne Tam, Yeohlee, Yigal Azrouel.</p><p> </p><p>And the cherry on the top of the sundae: A one-of-a-kind collector’s edition Barbie to go!! Hello eBay!!</p><p></p><p>And just &#8216;cuz&#8230; Watch a video of the hot pink madness from?<p>John Galliano&#8217;s departure from Christian Dior has been the focus of much talk about the house for six months now, along with what big name designer would replace him. At this point every name from Ricardo Tisci and Marc Jacobs to Alexander Wang and Sarah Burton has been tossed around, with no deal finalized. It seems however that for the devoted Dior customer the ideal designer has been found &#8212; current creative director Bill Gaytten.</p><p>In his second Ready-to-Wear collection for the label, though Galliano likely had some hand in the first, Gaytten created what could be called the quintessential Dior collection. It was not earth shattering or revolutionary, but it will likely sell, and sell quick, to fans of the label.</p><p>Gaytten will surely never take over the label, as Burton did following Alexander McQueen&#8217;s death, but this collection, with its classic silhouettes and vibrant reds, clearly showed what a remarkable asset he will be to whatever incoming designer takes the post. He knows the framework, the history of the label, and someone else can come in and add the flourishes.</p><p>For those expecting something lackluster or unremarkable, there was nothing but disappointment.</p><p>There was one shock however when, after what feels like 20 seasons, American supermodel Karlie Kloss did not open the show. She did, however, close it.</p><br><br>?<p>Not every man can brag they showed off both perfect abs and size 13 high heels in the same photo shoot, but Ezra Miller isn&#8217;t just anyone.</p><p>The Perks of Being A Wallflower actor, who looked amazing in a new photo shoot for the .</p><p>The lucky guy got to don Comme des Garcons, Alexander Wang, Chris Benz, Sonia Rykiel and Anna Sui for the high fashion shoot, which had a stylist running to a drag boutique for heels that would fit him.? &#8220;I&#8217;d really like to work in all artistic forms and industries,&#8221; Ezra says in the interview, &#8220;for as long as I have legs.&#8221; The actor says he doesn&#8217;t mind having a high-profile, as long as attention focuses on his art and not his personal beliefs, &#8220;Outside of art, I don&#8217;t really want to have anything to say to the mass public.&#8221;</p><p>Well if you continue scoring incredible roles in independent films, and pulling off a drag photo shoot in a popular magazine &#8212; all at age 19 &#8212; there really isn&#8217;t much you have to say, Ezra.</p><p></p><p></p><br><br>?<p> <br>Blake Lively serves up some sexy shoulder at the Miss Sixty show. <p>All this week and into this weekend, Fashion Week rages on! Why just this morning, this season&#8217;s Project Runway kids will be showing off their looks hoping to score the grand prize. But NYC&#8217;s Bryant Park has been a media zoo for days, with tents crammed with celebs, editors, fashionistas, paparazzi and wannabe glamazons&#8211;and every other sort&#8211;all jockeying to get a glimpse of what&#8217;s hot and be HBIC.</p><p>In the midst of all this is photographer , who&#8217;s made a name for himself by hitting Manhattan&#8217;s hotspots 24/7 armed with his trusty Polaroid. He shoots, he scores!</p><p>Here&#8217;s a fun photo album (a zillion pics after the jump) of some of the snaps Kost has nabbed over the last several days. His subjects are A-list, and the results are way fun. Say cheese, beeyotches!</p><p> <br>J-Lo is feeling shady. Just like we like her&#8230; </p><p><br> <br>Ma Bette Milder and Michael Kors, backstage at his show. <br> <br>Christina Ricci glows at Marc Jacobs.<br> <br>Interview Magazine&#8217;s new editor Christopher Bollen and MisShapes diva Leigh Lezark hit Rag &amp; Bone.<br> <br>Diane von Furstenberg and J-Lo. Hot and hot.<br> <br>Happy little Elijah Wood brings elfin joy to Marc Jacobs. <br> <br>Heidi! F*ck, yeah! <br> <br>Hot model Garrett Neff gets ready at Michael Kors. Hubba!<br> <br>Jessica Szhor slumps atop her Gossip Girl bud &#8230; Wouldn&#8217;t you? <br> <br>Kanye West and Jay-Z show up for Marc Jacobs. Strike a pose much, fellas? <br> <br>Kelly Osbourne doesn&#8217;t suck. She rules. <br> <br>Lindsay Lohan shoots a look during the show of her common-law sis-in-law Charlotte Ronson. See LiLo&#8217;s squeeze Samantha in the background (left)? She&#8217;s never far away&#8230; <br> <br>A happy Lindsay gives Charlotte a big sweet hug. <br> <br>Brother Mark Ronson spins the tunes at Charlotte&#8217;s big show. Family love! <br> <br>Martha Stewart also hit the Marc Jacobs extravaganza. Attagirl&#8230; <br> <br>Mary-Kate Olsen delivers her signature eye pout and lip curl. You would too if you made a billion before you were 17. Wurk. <br> <br>But I&#8217;m not sure what Michael Pitt&#8217;s damage is. Is he still thinking he&#8217;s Tommy Gnosis? <br> <br>Holy crap! It&#8217;s Olympic champster Nastia Liukin! She&#8217;s golden at the Peter Som show! <br> <br>Remember when Nicole Ritchie got her big classy skinny girl makeover? I like this compromise between messy, trashy early Simple-Life Nicole and the skinny version. <br> <br>Some words to live by backstage at Alexander Wang. <br> <br>The always hot Padmi Lakshmi actually looks a bit chilly at this Christie&#8217;s event, if ya know what I&#8217;m sayin&#8217;&#8230; <br> <br>Brit Stuart Townsend and his Oscar-winning babe Charlize Theron are serving up intense don&#8217;t-f*ck-with-us coolness at the Rag &amp; Bone wing-ding. We hear ya&#8230; <br> <br>But no one&#8217;s as scorchingly hot/freaky/major as this threesome. Victoria Beckham, Marc Jacobs and Jennifer Lopez cannot even pretend to be casual backstage at Marc&#8217;s big show. THIS is how it is done, children. <br> <br>Winona Ryder delivers a jutting profile jab. Eeeoooowwwww! <br> <br>And hot Rosario Dawson just puts it in the bag and takes it home. Muah!!!</p><br><br>?<p><br><br>Poolside at The Deck in Fire Island Pines. Swank by the sea!<br></p><p>&#8220;Fire Island, Fire Island, Fire Island!!!!&#8221;</p><p>Yes, it&#8217;s a mantra repeated for decades by many NYC gays who love to jaunt out to this beachy enclave for weekends (or longer) every summer so they can soak up the sun, sand and social sassiness that takes over this car-free sandbar off the southern coast of Long Island (Reachable only by ferry! Bon voyage!).</p><p>Fire Island is home to many summertime communities, but for LGBT travelers there are two towns that pull the biggest number of queer visitors. Cherry Grove is a folksy, low-key village frequented by daytrippers, gay men, lesbians, families ? a little bit of everything, really. The houses here tend to be a fun hodge-podge of cabins and condos, and the vibe is one of a quirky and slightly kitschy small town. It&#8217;s cute, quaint and always fun for a folksy vacay.</p><p>Meanwhile, is more of a glossy, full-throttle summer playground for gay men and their friends and families. All are welcome in the Pines, but it’s no secret that for years, this coastal haven has largely been a vacation hotspot for gay men who love the beach and the social swirl. And it&#8217;s thriving now more than ever!</p><p>For summer 2011, the forces behind the big core businesses known as , which make up much of “town” in Fire Island Pines’ harbor, have spent months prepping, revamping, upgrading and revitalizing their properties, and the results are pretty damn fab.</p><p>Visitors have lots of options on places to dance, dine, shop and get pampered and be entertained. Every week and weekend is packed with talented performers, major parties, good food, smart events and a million ways to treat yourselves. AND… the harbor’s legendary Hotel Ciel has even experienced an upgrade, with even greater plans for a completely new structure for the future seasons.</p><p>But let’s just break it down for you. Here’s a quick overview of what’s new and improved out in the Fire Island Pines this summer.</p><p><br><br>The Pines harbor got a little haute hotness this summer. Welcome, Oak!<br></p><p>WHAT’S NEW</p><p>- A revamped website for all of The Pines’ core businesses has launched, and it’s major! is a gem of a resource for all you need to know about big parties, who’s performing, who’s DJing at the daily tea dances, travel info, hotel booking and beyond. Plus, all the social media hookups (, ) so you can stay clued in to everything going on all summer long.</p><p>- has opened! Yes, NYC’s fiercest and most fashionably forward boutique (with hubs in Manhattan and Williamsburg, Brooklyn) has popped up for the summer in the Pines. Oak is infusing some serious downtown chic and arty fun style into the beach scene at Fire Island. Check out beachwear from the likes of killer brands like Acne, Alexander Wang, Comme des Garcons and Oak’s own house brands.</p><p>- Wanna work it out? The Pines’ gym has majorly upgraded for 2011. This summer it’s moved indoors (into the former Pines Supply grocery store space) and is now called The Rack. Check it out!</p><p>- The fab cafe known as Canteen is still open daily, serving up great breakfasts and lunches. And by night it turns into a tasty taqueria called Canteen-a. </p><p>- Are you a Pines regular? There’s a new resort card called &#8220;Pink Pass&#8221; that can be used at all Fire Island Pines Ventures properties, so no cash needed! It can be refilled on the island or via the new website. </p><p>- If you must do work while you’re out on the island, fret not. A new business center is available in the Hotel Ciel (on the ground floor) for those that want to stay out an extra weekday or two, but need the use office supplies (fax, copier, etc.)</p><p>- Need a backrub? Or whole body-rub? Or a facial? Or more? A blissed-out new joint called Sugar Shack Spa is open now. They’re offereing “after-sun treatments,” as well as peels, waxing and more!</p><p>-Take the A is just started which includes the train, jitney and ferry in one price package.</p><p><br> <br></p><p>SHOWS, PARTIES &#038; MORE!!!<br><br>-Watch out for soggy popcorn! Get into new &#8220;Dive-in Movie&#8221; screenings by the pool (out back behind Canteen) with their all-new inflatable movie screen! Watch TV and film classics! Re-enacts scenes from “Splash” or that big lake-dancing scene from “Dirty Dancing.” Nobody dunks Baby in the corner!! Weeknights at 8:30pm.</p><p>- Get smart! Dig into some serious cultural discussions with weekly Saturday panel discussions dubbed &#8220;Boardwalk Talk&#8221; with writers, personalities, gay activists, etc. Pump your brain with dialogue and dish from the likes of Paul Rudnick, and other cultural icons. It’s free and every Saturday at 3pm at the Blue Whale.</p><p>- Drag-hosted all-you-can-drink brunches on Saturday/Sunday on the pool deck. It&#8217;s called Boozy Brunch and rocks from 12p-2p. Cheers!</p><p>- The classic Blue Whale cafe and bar (It’s a Fire Island legend, folks!) is bringing live performances, drag acts, and more all summer long. &#8220;Porsche &#038; Friends&#8221; with the famed impersonator drag queen is every Thursday, while &#8220;Blue Whale LIVE&#8221; every Monday serves up a new live act. Other drag performances are being booked for Fridays/Saturdays. And of course the popular staple Showtune Sundays will continue with VJ Tony Built. Get up dates daily at .</p><p>- The Friday-night Underwear party has being rebranded as &#8220;Fleshdance Fridays!&#8221; And it’s getting supersized with a sexy striptease/lapdance element to it, in addition to the good old underwear party folks are used to. Strip down and party up!!!</p><p>- Finally, don’t miss the daily classic Low Tea at the Blue Whale daily all summer at 5pm, High Tea at the Pavilion at 7pm, and then on the Saturdays, get serious dancing at Middle Tea at 8pm downstairs at the Pavilion. Dancing insanity!</p><p><br> <br></p><p>Anyway… Get prepped for a mad, magical summer! And seriously, get all the updates you need at . And follow for updates via Twitter () and on .</p><p> Need to know how to get to Fire Island Pines from NYC? Get the at .</p><br><br>?<p>Johnny Depp has long been known for his , and now it seems that he, and his wide array of hats, will be honored for their contribution to the world of fashion. The actor will receive the Fashion Icon award from the CFDA at their June 4 , becoming the first male to ever receive the award. Way to go J!</p><p>The Olsen twins also scored a CFDA nod for Womenswear Designer of the Year Award for The Row, where they will compete alongside Proenza Schouler and Marc Jacobs. The Menswear nominees are Billy Reid, Patrik Ervell, and Simon Spurr.</p><p>You can check out the rest of the nominees below. And, we are of course praying that Johnny&#8217;s award is presented by former Icon winner and ex Kate Moss. That would be a moment.</p><br><br>?<p>The Christian Dior designer game has been one of the most exciting in fashion for some time now, and it has taken yet another turn. After months of speculation that Marc Jacobs would take the job, it appears the American designer is out, and the new name being tossed around is Jason Wu.</p><p>To be fair, Alexander Wang and Ricardo Tisci are also still in the conversation, but Tisci just had perhaps his strongest show ever for Spring 2012 at Givenchy so it is not very likely he will be leaving any time soon. As for Wang, his streetwear sensibilities don&#8217;t seem like the best fit for a house that produces two couture collections a year.</p><p>And so Wu it may be and, to be honest, it makes a lot of sense. His ladylike designs and use of fabrics seem to mesh well with the house, and he certainly has the critical support among the fashion crowd. Now it remains to see if he is willing to take the gig, or if we will yet again be back at square one in just a few weeks time.</p><p>Michelle Obama may be wearing a whole lot of Dior in 2012.</p><p>Marc Jacobs to Dior Seen Less Likely []</p><br><br>?<p>Rooney Mara should probably enjoy the next two months as much as she can as the second The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo hits theaters on December 21 she will immediately leap from relative unknown to the biggest actress in the world. And it seems like she&#8217;s got an awesome attitude about the whole thing.</p><p>The 26-year-old&#8217;s marketing push for the film has just launched, and in a way most actresses can only dream of &#8212; a Vogue cover.</p><p>In the pages Mara is striking in designs from Marchesa, Alexander Wang, Calvin Klein and Vera Wang to name just a few. While the accompanying article is very light on personal revelations, it does detail just how rigorous the demands of playing heroine Lisbeth Salander for the film are. The actress had to be pierced (in unspeakable places), chop off her hair and bleach her eyebrows, and, perhaps hardest, drop some major weight from her already pin thin frame to play the near skeletal Salander.</p><p>Luckily, Mara has a wonderful friend and mentor in director David Fincher, who admits the studio refused to let him cast the actress in the role. In fact, he himself didn&#8217;t even want to see her initially, having just worked with her on The Social Network. He assumed she was incapable and saw a slew of other ladies instead, including Scarlett Johansson, who he comments had an excellent audition.</p><p>With two more movies to go in the trilogy Mara is guaranteed a fair deal of work until at least 2015, also the date she can probably remove those piercings. Unless of course she likes them &#8212; who knows?</p><p>Let us all just hope this is the first of many covers for the starlet as the cover, styled by Tonne Goodman and shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, is hands down one of the best Vogue has put out in years.</p><p>Rooney Mara: Playing with Fire []</p><br><br>?<p>It&#8217;s that time again kids, time to play: ? Today&#8217;s contestant is Tom Ford, and his is joined by, um, no one it seems.</p><p>That&#8217;s right everyone, it appears that pretty much every designer has now turned down the Dior job, including Marc Jacobs who was for a long time the undisputed frontrunner. And why did they turn him down? They didn&#8217;t! He turned THEM down.</p><p>Marc apparently wanted five-figure salaries for himself and Robert Duffy as well as the ability to move his team at Vuitton over and continue what he was doing at Vuitton. So, since that was not going to happen he decided to stay at Vuitton. Probably for the best.</p><p>Now the label is apparently circling Ford for the job which , though we still have our fingers crossed for here.</p><p>Wu can do it!</p><p>Report: Marc Jacobs Turns Down Dior For Good (and So Did Everyone Else) []</p><br><br>?<p>It may have been the weekend, but New York Fashion Week stops for no one, with more major shows seemingly happening on Saturday and Sunday and more lunatics jostling to sneak into any show they can. Thank god for the fridges filled with Diet Pepsi. The utter lack of food anywhere, not so great.</p><p>Here is a look at some of the collections from the weekend.<br><br>Alexander Wang<br>There was lots of outerwear in black, white and oxblood at the very, very dark Pier 94 for the Wang show. But forget about the clothes, the big news was Wang&#8217;s final group of models which included Gisele Bunchden, Carmen Kass, Karolina Kurkova, Frankie Rayder and Shalom Harlow. The most exciting moment to happen so far at Fashion Week, not that there haven&#8217;t been many.</p><p>Mara Hoffman<br>The designer showed a whole lot of gorgeous prints as well as some awesome jewelry (a collaboration with All For The Mountain) but the clothing didn&#8217;t look particularly warm. There were a few sweaters and coats but for the most part these dresses, while gorgeous, seemed far better suited for a warmer time of year than Fall/Winter 2012.</p><p>Monique Lhuillier<br>Lots of dresses, shocking, in black and red. In somewhat of a surprise however the designer also included some leather on her dresses and showed some very nice fiery prints, apparently inspired by lava. You can all get ready to see these looks on most every red carpet from now until September.<br><br>Rachel Antonoff<br>The clothes were hip and cool as always but all we could really concentrate on was the fact that Maeby Funke was singing. George Michael is going to be SO jealous of us.</p><p>Victoria Beckham<br>Once again proving she is a legit designer, and a pretty great one at that, Victoria showed an amazing collection of sleek looks with colored collars and a glamorous new handbag named, you guessed it, the Harper.</p><p>Diane von Furstenberg<br>There was a nice mix of prints and beautiful solids in bright red, black, turquoise, fuchsia and even lime green at Diane&#8217;s show. There was also an insane mix of celebs. We spotted: Anderson Cooper, Solange Knowles, Barry Diller, Rachel Zoe, Molly Sims, Andy Cohen, Barbara Walters, Diane Sawyer and Coco Rocha in the front row.</p><p></p><p></p><br><br>?<p>Fashion Week gets underway this week in New York City and, with this in mind, here are five faces from the good old US of A to look out for. From industry veterans to new girls and returning faces, there is a good chance everyone will be seeing a whole lot of these American girls over the next month in NYC, London, Milan and Paris.</p><br><br>?<p>Meet Nonie Creme &#8212; the mixologist with the mohawk. She&#8217;s the creative director of butter London and the girl about fashion town. When she isn&#8217;t doing business from her company headquarters in Seattle or romancing with her husband in London you can probably find her hanging around backstage at fashion shows mixing her own colours. Nonie&#8217;s created colors for anyone from Alexander Wang to Yigal and she just can&#8217;t be stopped, but who would want to stop her anyway? She&#8217;s keeping the ladies nails unique and probably some of the gentleman&#8217;s too. We got a chance to chat with Nonie about life, work and the fun behind butter London.</p><p>What is butter LONDON all about? And who is your target audience?<br>butter LONDON is all about exceptional colour. Colour with a difference, colour that we hope you&#8217;ve never really seen or thought of for your nails before. Our target audience isn&#8217;t really age specific, it&#8217;s more aimed at people who love fashion, and want to be able to join in on &#8220;behind the scenes&#8221; beauty moments from the shows. I designed most of our shades with specific designers for specific seasons. Those that aren&#8217;t straight off the catwalk are still designed around emergent trend coming out of those shows.</p><p>Why do you think so many celebrities are keyed in to your products and services?<br>A couple of reasons I guess. First &#8211; I&#8217;m old! I&#8217;ve been around for ages! I&#8217;ve been behind the scenes hand mixing colour for 15 years, long before butter LONDON was born. I was very fortunate in my career to have a high level of exposure to celebrities and fashion folks, and have made a fair few friends along the way. People are very keen on our non?toxic formulations as well. We always use the EU standard as our baseline for formulation, making our products the safest of their kind. Finally ? the colours are irresistible!</p><p>Whose the strangest celebrity you&#8217;ve ever heard of using your products?<br>I am often backstage at the MTV Awards, where I get to work with music people I wouldn&#8217;t normally hang out with. Snoop Dogg was utterly charming and loved his manicure. Jesse J had a false nail drama that required me to scour backstage for a falsie, and Justin Beiber&#8217;s crew were so into our nail area that we ended up getting a butter LONDON serenade. One of &#8216;s minions was sent out to collect Royal Navy and British Racing Green, but the Grande Dame did not leave her dressing room. ?Brilliant!</p><p>How do you decide the name and color palettes of your products?<br>I have been a life long student of fashion and colour. I have a Fine Arts degree, and did my work experience for Vivienne Westwood when I was a kid….she&#8217;s my hero. I pay close attention to everything I see and do when I work with a designer, and base our palettes on what I see happening in the fashion world. The names are kind of made up as I go along. My husband is a proper Londoner, with the most hilarious vocabulary ? he&#8217;s quite the inspiration!</p><p>What&#8217;s your success story? From a manicurist to creative director of butter London, that&#8217;s pretty impressive.<br>That&#8217;s very kind, thank you. I studied Fine Arts and Art History, and a fair bit of colour theory. Colour is really it&#8217;s own language, and I&#8217;m just lucky I can speak it! I ran away from home when I left school and was suddenly living with &#8220;the band&#8221; in West London, disinherited by my posh parents. So, I did the best I could, and decided to learn how to do nails until my boyfriend could become a rich rockstar and support me…….<br>It was extremely rare at that time (1996) to use manicurists on fashion/celeb shoots, but I got talent spotted by an agent, who launched me into session work. Soon I was on set with the editors who would help me make my name as a&#8221;mixologist&#8221; of nail colour ? a skill I used to create nail shades for everyone from Gucci to Jimmy Choo. A product range was always my dream, and finally I met a young British entrepreneur in 2006 who could help me realize it and run the business side of the company.<br>PS: I married the Rocker. 18 years and counting, but still no Ferraris I&#8217;m afraid!<br></p><p>Falling in love with a rock star must be fun. What&#8217;s that lifestyle like?<br>Well, he&#8217;ll be VERY pleased to hear you call him that! It was his dad who was the &#8220;proper&#8221; rockstar. (Lol Creme, 10cc) We were young and profoundly naive in many ways, so it was as messy as you&#8217;d imagine. I followed Arkarna (his band) all over the world, and there were plenty of groupies, fights, tears, and laughs ?? the boys still say I split up the band ? as IF. Miraculously, we&#8217;re all still friends!</p><p>Can you explain the names of some of your polishes? Saucy Jack? Dosh? Minger?<br>Saucy Jack: Nickname for Jack the Ripper, as coined in the legendary film, ‘This Is Spinal Tap’.<br>Dosh: Dosh is Brit slang for money or cash. “Can I have a bit of dosh, love? I fancy a kebab.”<br>Minger: British street slang for an ugly person. “Did you see that face? What a minger!”<br></p><p>Do you have any other environmentally friendly products in the works?<br>YES! Watch out for our first range of lipgloss coming to Ulta stores in February. It&#8217;s incredibly dense, colour driven gloss that does NOT contain parabens, petroleum, phthalates, sulphates, or bismuth, and matches your favourite lacquer shades. Epic.</p><p>What&#8217;s your nail art of choice?<br>Gotta be the &#8220;freehand ombre&#8221; from last season&#8217;s Yigal Azrouel/Cut25 show. Snoop it ? it&#8217;s beautiful.</p><p>Out of all the design houses you&#8217;ve worked with, which one is the most fun?<br>With February show looming, I&#8217;d better not answer that! They&#8217;re all so different to work with, some very quiet and serious, and others just totally out there. What I love the most is being able to sit and talk to the designer first hand about their inspiration, their muse, and how to mix a nail shade that helps complete her.</p><br><br>?<p></p><p>Listen up, stylistas! Because whether you&#8217;re a fabulous tutu-wearing gal, fabulous tutu-wearing diva in drag or you stick to fashions within your socially accepted gender role, H&#038;M is about to amplify your street-chic cred.</p><p>The collaboration line hits U.S. stores Saturday morning-that&#8217;s tomorrow (or tonight if you&#8217;re a die-hard line monger), November 20th. And if what we&#8217;re looking forward to in the collection is anything like last night&#8217;s showcase was described, I&#8217;m getting my and my ready for the a.m.</p><p>Last night at a cozy ballroom at the Pierre Hotel in New York City, Alber Elbaz for Lanvin and H&amp;M debuted the collection at a funky runway show that was truly fit for a queen. reports the show was full of energy: adorned with gay fashion icon and hydrangea lover, Yves Saint Laurent-inspired decor and top shelf fashion mavens, , Alexander Wang, Grace Coddington and Sofia Coppola among the crowd.</p><p><br></p><p>The show and the one-of-a-kind designs were extravagant in every detail (what else did you expect from a homosexual high-fashion designer?!). According to Fashionista.com, the models &#8220;made love to the camera&#8221; as they &#8220; down the runway much like they [models] used to before the &#8217;90s.&#8221; You can learn how to do that .</p><p>From a look at the runway photos, Lanvin seems to have channeled a young, risk-taking yet ornately sophisticated H&amp;M shopper. Flirty, ultra-feminine details like bows, tulle or lace graced each look, at times, ingeniously combined with masculine trends like tuxedo jackets or pant suits. We are in love with the androgynous theme that blends &#8220;girly&#8221; and &#8220;manly&#8221; trends into one look. Particularly the lady tux.</p><p>Anyone surprised?</p><p>Pattern tights were a staple throughout the show-leopard, fishnet, metallic, crochet lace-you name it, they wore it. Our drag divas will be thrilled to expect an even bigger hosiery moment than last year, particularly from H&amp;M. <br></p><p>Alber wasn&#8217;t afraid to draw inspiration from the 80s with brightly colored fabrics, a-symmetrical cuts, pointy-toe pumps and vibrant make-up. One of his last looks was all white-a fitted tee, full poof mini skirt, paper bouquet and a long veil streaming from a feather head piece-paid homage to the 1990s tradition to show a last-look wedding dress at the close of top designer runway collections (which, by the way, sounds like the perfect Project Runway finale surprise challenge).</p><p>Forties fashion appeared in rich styles like fur coats, leather gloves, cloche and tilt hats, flapper silhouettes, multi-strand pearls and lace, lace, lace weaved into the runway show.</p><p>The models were whimsically styled with a mixture of opaque neon lips, &#8220;Miss Lanvin&#8221; pageant queen sashes, rocker-hair from afros to bright red wigs, top hats and costume jewelry galore. As inspired by Just kidding (or am I?).<br></p><p></p><p>Below the fiercely decorated catwalk, a makeshift shop was set up in the basement of the hotel and headed by the designer himself. The lucky attendees shopped the collection (7 items or less!) before it was even visible online to the public, the reports. Fashionista.com warns budget-conscious customers not to expect standard H&amp;M or high-end street line prices. The blog notes that dress prices range from $100 to $250, however, they believe the quality and construction of the pieces make them well worth the investment.</p><p>And, um. It&#8217;s LANVIN. Sold.</p><p>So ladies, leave the stilettos at home tonight in preparation for the big morning, and guys&#8230;you&#8217;ll be fine-I&#8217;m sure you&#8217;ll all wait three days anyway.</p><p></p><p>Here&#8217;s a where you can find the collection tomorrow:</p><p>Arizona<br>7014 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall, Scottsdale</p><p>California<br>8500 Beverly Blvd. Beverly Center, Beverly Hills<br>8580 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood<br>10250 Santa Monica Boulevard, Westfield Century City, Los Angeles<br>333 Bristol Street, South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa<br>891 Americana Way--? Americana at Glendale, Glendale<br>7070 Friars Road, Fashion Valley Mall, San Diego<br>150 Powell Street, San Francisco</p><p>Florida<br>8001 South Orange Blossom Trail, Florida Mall, Orlando<br>3010 PGB Blvd. The Gardens Mall, West Palm Beach</p><p>Georgia<br>231 18th Street, Atlantic Station, Atlanta</p><p>Illinois<br>840 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago</p><p>Massachusetts<br>100 Newbury Street, Boston</p><p>New York<br>505 Fifth Avenue @ 51st Street<br>731 Lexington Ave @59th Street<br>1328 Broadway @ 34th Street<br>515 Broadway @ Broome Street<br>150 East 86th Street @Lexington Avenue<br>435 Seventh Avenue @ 34th Street</p><p>Ohio<br>140 Easton Town Center, Easton</p><p>Oregon<br>340 SW Morrison Street Pioneer Place, Portland</p><p>Washington<br>520 Pike Street, Seattle</p><p>Washington, D.C.<br>1025 F Street, N.W. Washington, D.C.</p><br><br>?<p>At this point pretty much everyone wants to own something . And while his price points are remarkably low for a major designer, it is still going to cost you a couple hundred dollars to own a piece from his eponymous collection. Enter the .</p><p>There are some basics, and we&#8217;re not talking clothes, we all need, and now we can get them from Wang. Lighters, coasters, ashtrays, bike locks and playing cards are just a few of the pieces now being sold by Wang &#8212; and all for less than $100.</p><p>Personally we love the look of the ashtray, even for those who don&#8217;t smoke. So make your home, apartment or bicycle a little bit cooler and bring home some Wang.</p><p></p><p><br></p><br><br>?<p><br>Welcome back to another fun week here at NewNowNext. Here&#8217;s what you missed on this miserable Monday.</p><br><br>?Alexander Wang: Gone fishin' <p> Sunday September 9, 2012 6:47 AM By Joseph V. Amodio </p> <p>Photo credit: AP</p> <p><p>It was a booming voice that came over the loudspeakers just before the start of the Alexander Wang show, asking the crowd to “refrain from using flash photography.” A slight pause, then: “That includes cellphones.”</p><p>Seriously??</p><p>Why not just ask this crowd to stop breathing? Or to shop at Wal-Mart. Either would be more conceivable than that unusual request,...</p></p> <p></p>?Alexander Wang: Supermodels and super clothes <p> Sunday February 12, 2012 9:13 AM By Anne Bratskeir </p> <p></p> <p><p>Supermodels and super clothes abounded at Alexander Wang’s show on Saturday night as Gisele Bundchen, Shalom Harlow and Karolina Kurkova made rare runway appearances on the large, rectangular runway that was punctuated with thick-mirrored pillars.</p><p>Bundchen wore a stiff, black leather military-style coat buttoned up to her chin but slit thigh- high. It looked like protective gear to ward off...</p></p> <p></p>?Alexander Wang gets 'racy' <p> Sunday September 11, 2011 1:22 PM By Joseph V. Amodio </p> <p><p>Motocross chic? NASCAR glam? If there is such a thing, Alexander Wang has found it. He did up his usual deconstruction thing, but this time with the gritty gear of those who like to take their souped-up vehicles into high gear. The result&mdash;a sexy, colorful mix of mesh bombers (revealing neon polos underneath), ripstop pants, cargo shorts and dresses with peplums and lotsa zip pockets.</p><p>There...</p></p> <p></p>?Alexander Wang's haute, hybrid ponchos <p> Sunday February 13, 2011 5:36 AM By Joseph V. Amodio </p> <p>Photo credit: Getty/Stefan Gosatti</p> <p><p>These days, it's all about the hybrid, whether you're pedaling a bike or commuting in four-wheel drive. Now, Alexander Wang has reinvented the concept for fashion. It's about time somebody did it right, given how lame previous hybrids have been (think of &quot;skorts,&quot; or those shirts with built-in dickies or vests).</p><p>Pieces seemed to morph before our eyes, transforming from knit...</p></p> <p></p>?Alexander Wang's montage of women getting dressed <p> Sunday February 14, 2010 7:29 PM By Joseph V. Amodio </p> <p>Photo credit: Getty Images</p> <p><p>If you've seen Marcel Duchamp's painting, &quot;Nude Descending a Staircase,&quot; you know you don't get a standard portrait -- more like glimpses of a woman in motion. Wang's line is like that, a montage of a woman getting dressed. A pinstripe dress has a lacey lingerie top, as if she's just pulling it on. Minis sport suit jacket tails. A pinstripe shrug tops a half-there vest.</p><p>There are...</p></p> <p></p>?Bundchen's strut wows Alexander Wang crowd <p> Originally published: February 12, 2012 8:45 PM<br> Updated: February 12, 2012 10:30 PM<br> </p> <p><p>Supermodels and super clothes abounded at Alexander Wang's show on Saturday night, among them Gisele Bundchen. Bundchen wore a stiff, black leather military style coat buttoned up to her chin but slit thigh-high. It looked like protective gear to ward off the elements . . . or New York Giants-frenzied fans (the model is married to New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady and has been the subject...</p></p>?Designers to honor Obama -- and those who dress her <p> Published: March 17, 2009 6:03 AM<br> By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS </p> <p> Michelle Obama keeps feeling the love from thefashion world. </p> <p>The Council of Fashion Designers of America announced Monday that Obama will be honored with a special tribute from the group's board of directors at its annual awards gala in June. </p> <p>>> See a gallery of Michelle Obama's style. </p> <p>"We wanted to acknowledge her in a serious way for her commitment to American fashion," said CFDA president Steven Kolb.A grant also will be established in her name to assist a youngfashion company. </p> <p>Meanwhile, three designers that Mrs. Obama has been known to wear _ , and Panichgul -- alsoreceived CFDA nominations. </p> <p>Rodriguez joins and sisters Laura and Kate Mulleavyof as the nominees for womenswear designer of the year, andWu, Panichgul and Alexander Wang are in the running for theSwarovski Award for emerging talent in women's fashion. </p> <p>Jacobs, already one of the industry's favorite sons, continuedto rack up his own accolades as a nominee once again in accessorydesign and as the winner of the international designer award forhis work at . (Jacobs splits his time between theVuitton label, headquartered in , and his own signaturecollection, which is shown in .) </p> <p>"He's a pioneer as an American in ," Kolb said. </p> <p> is to receive the lifetime achievement award named forthe late . </p> <p>The ceremony is moving this year from the New York PublicLibrary to Lincoln Center, which will also become the Fashion Weekhub next year. bama will receive an invitation, but Kolb was unsure if she'd attend. </p> <p>"We'll do whatever we can to get her here, but the award isn'tabout getting her to come," he said. </p> <p>>> See a gallery of Michelle Obama's style.</p> <p> </p>?Despite Hurricane Irene, the shopping must go on <p> Thursday August 25, 2011 5:33 PM By Nina Ruggiero </p> <p>Photo credit: Handout</p> <p><p>Once the storm watch adrenaline wears off and you're done stocking up on essentials, bordem is likely to set, especially if Hurricane Irene does decide to stop by and keep Long Islanders locked inside our homesthis weekend. (Here's hoping she won't cause much, if any, damage or danger, and remember: safety first!)</p><p>If you've got power during the storm, cozy up to your computer and have...</p></p> <p></p>?Gap gowns at the Met gala -- and how to get one <p> Tuesday May 4, 2010 3:18 PM By Barbara Schuler </p> <p><p>Did you drool over the dresses at the Met&rsquo;s Costume Institute gala Monday night? Were you thinking Gap?</p><p>Probably not, but in fact eight of the glam gowns that walked the red carpet were designed for the chain by current and past CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund winners. Here&rsquo;s the rundown of designers and their celeb clients:</p><p>Alexander Wang: MIA; Zoe Kravitz.Rodarte: Kirsten Dunst...</p></p> <p></p>?In honor of 'Glee,' a salute to the warm-up suit <p> Published: September 21, 2010 12:36 PM<br> By JOSEPH V. AMODIO Special to Newsday </p> <p> Photo credit: Fox won an Emmy in August for her portrayal of Sue Sylvester, "'s" saber-toothed cheerleading coach, who returns this season with more of her signature tracksuits. </p> <p><p>When cheer dictator Sue Sylvester, of TV's "Glee," says "Drop and give me 20," she may mean push-ups. Or track suits. Because if there's one thing she's made clear, you can never have too many.</p><p>The cult hit, which began its second season this week, is like a runway show for Adidas, Nike and other brands. Costume designer Lou Eyrich has about two dozen suits in stock, and Lynch wears five to...</p></p>?Kanye debuts fashion line in Paris . . . and it isn’t pretty <p> Sunday October 2, 2011 7:34 PM By Anne Bratskeir </p> <p><p>Rapper and fashion lover Kanye West debuted his women&rsquo;s ready-to-wear collection &ndash; dW by Kanye West (this a tribute to his late mother Donda) -- in Paris on Saturday night during Paris Fashion Week at the ornate library Lycee Henri IV, and well, it wasn&rsquo;t pretty according to many critics and bloggers who attended the show.</p><p>&ldquo;Kanye West&rsquo;s Paris Flop,&rdquo; is the...</p></p> <p></p>?Lady Gaga wins CFDA's Fashion Icon Award <p> Originally published: June 6, 2011 9:45 PM<br> Updated: June 6, 2011 10:17 PM<br> By JOSEPH V. AMODIO. Special to Newsday </p> <p>June 7, 2011 6:33 AM</p> <p><p>Temps were warm last night but the air positively sizzled as designers, models and stylish VIPs awaited the arrival of Lady Gaga at the CFDA Fashion Awards at Lincoln Center.</p><p>Gaga was receiving the Fashion Icon Award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America for her, well you know, crazy outfits and the way she's captivated a nation. The big question: What would the Ga -- who's hit...</p></p>?Lincoln Center hosts 'Fashion's Night Out: The Show' <p> Originally published: September 7, 2010 9:25 PM<br> Updated: September 7, 2010 11:33 PM<br> By JOSEPH V. AMODIO Special to Newsday </p> <p> Photo credit: Getty Images Model Gisele Bundchen walks the runway during "Fashion's Night Out: The Show" at on September 7, 2010 in New York City. </p> <p><p>Don't call it just another fashion show. "Fashion's Night Out: The Show," held outdoors Tuesday night at Lincoln Center, was billed as the largest public fashion show in New York City history.</p><p>The idea: promote Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week (starting Thursday) and Fashion's Night Out (a shopping gala to be held in area stores on Friday).</p><p>It was big all right - with 150 models wearing outfits...</p></p>?On sale now: Monday's top five picks <p> Monday January 30, 2012 11:44 AM By Nina Ruggiero </p> <p>Photo credit: AFP/Getty Images</p> <p><p>Love designer clothing but hate paying full price? Me, too.</p><p>Searching the web for sales can be a time-consuming activity, so I've gathered my five favorite discounted items online Monday.</p><p>1. What: T by Alexander Wang silk semi-sheer maxi skirt</p><p></p><p>Was: $230</p><p>Now: $91.99</p><p>You save: $138.01</p><p>Why it's a steal: For those of you who have been wanting to jump on the...</p></p> <p></p>?Philadelphia beyond the Liberty Bell <p> Published: November 12, 2009 2:14 PM<br> By CHRISTINA HERNANDEZ Special to Newsday </p> <p> Photo credit: R. Kennedy for GPTMC The Italian Market in has evolved into a mix of both Italian vendors and Asian and Mexican ones, too. But traditional offerings such as cannolis, homemade sausages, imported meats and cheeses, luscious cappuccino, specialty cookware and fresh pastas make the market a favorite for visitors and residents alike. </p> <p> The City of Brotherly Love is more than cheese-steaks and the Liberty Bell. From hipster havens packed with trendy galleries and downtown shopping to distinctive communities that retain the city's classic traditions (Mummers, anyone?), Philadelphia has a neighborhood for every taste. </p> <p>While it's smaller than New York City, Philadelphia is long on the elements that make a city great: Shopping for the fashionista, eclectic restaurants for the foodie, iconic landmarks for the history buff and arts for the culture vulture.</p> <p>Even better, in every neighborhood you'll find the classic Philly flavor that makes the city so unusual, from brightly colored murals to, yes, even cheesesteaks.</p> <p>OLD CITY</p> <p>WHY GO? To explore the city's hippest galleries within walking distance of some of the nation's most important historic sites.</p> <p>DETAILS Tourists flock to Old City for its history, which includes nearby Independence Hall. But locals love the neighborhood's edgy galleries, quirky shops and tasty restaurants. While exploring this vibrant 'hood, take a break at quiet Elfreth's Alley, the country's oldest continuously occupied street (off N. Second Street between Quarry and Arch streets).</p> <p>ART Galleries line Second and Third streets in Old City. A favorite is The Clay Studio, a nonprofit gallery dedicated to ceramics that celebrated its 35th year last month (139 N. Second St., 215-925-3453, ). Shop the gallery's store stocked with quirky finds, including colorful tiles featuring nostalgic images such as Italian espresso makers and old-style school desks ($27). The nearby Artists' House gallery features monthly rotating exhibits by emerging artists from the tri-state area (57 N. Second St., 215-923-8440, ).</p> <p>EAT Locals love Fork, a New American bistro featuring seasonal cuisine in a stylish setting (306 Market St., 215-625-9425, ). Its attached cafe, Fork: etc., serves up sandwiches, salads and other light fare. The gourmet grub, including an inventive roast beef sandwich with Cheddar and horseradish mayo ($8), is best enjoyed at the cafe's communal table.</p> <p>For a tasty treat that takes you back in time, head over to The Franklin Fountain, where milkshakes and sundaes are served by old-fashioned soda jerks (116 Market St., 215-627-1899, .</p> <p>NORTHERN LIBERTIES</p> <p>WHY GO? To check out Philadelphia's hipster capital and the city's answer to Williamsburg, Brooklyn.</p> <p>DETAILS Once a gritty industrial wasteland, Northern Liberties is now considered one of Philly's trendiest sections. Old warehouses made way for artists' lofts and streets lined with chic shopping and exciting eateries.</p> <p>ENJOY Stroll the Piazza at Schmidts, an 80,000-square-foot plaza bordered by galleries, boutiques, restaurants, cafes and snazzy apartment buildings. You'll find events on the Piazza just about daily, from Wednesday night bingo to Saturday morning runs. On Sundays during football season, locals clad in Eagles jerseys gather to watch their beloved birds on the plaza's JumboTron screen. Perhaps the best part - parking at the Piazza is free (North Second Street and Germantown Avenue, ).</p> <p>EAT With dishes including vegan mac 'n' cheese made with multigrain pasta ($5) and drinks served in Mason jars, A Full Plate offers hearty fare for the healthy eater (1009 N. Bodine St., 215-627-4068, ). Standard Tap wins raves for its selection of local brews (North Second and Poplar streets, 215-238-0630, ).</p> <p>RITTENHOUSE SQUARE</p> <p>WHY GO? In a word: Shopping.</p> <p>DETAILS Anchored by one of the nation's oldest parks, Rittenhouse Square is considered a premier Philadelphia shopping destination. From high-end designers to independent boutiques, the blocks surrounding the park are the perfect locale to indulge in major retail therapy. With shopping bags in tow, take a break at one of the neighborhood's hip restaurants or stroll the streets for a peek at Philadelphia's classic town houses.</p> <p>SHOP At Knit Wit, you'll find hip women's threads by designers including and Alexander Wang (1718 Walnut St., 215-564-4760,). Lagos The Store is the flagship of this Philadelphia-based jewelry company, which specializes in sterling silver and 18-carat gold pieces (1735 Walnut St., 877-588-2401, ). If the weather forces you indoors, check out The Shops at Liberty Place (17th and Chestnut streets, 215-851-9055, ).</p> <p>EAT You'll find a dizzying selection of imported cheeses, gourmet meats, salads and scrumptious pastries at Di Bruno Bros. (1730 Chestnut St., 215-665-9220, ). The shop began as a small grocery in Philadelphia's Italian Market (more later on that South Philly staple) and led to this location's opening a few years ago.</p> <p>SOUTH PHILLY</p> <p>WHY GO? To experience classic Philly flavors at their finest.</p> <p>DETAILS Though its history is heavily Italian (crooner is a native), ongoing immigration has made South Philly more diverse. Even as the neighborhood changes - you'll find Mexican and Southeast Asian cuisine amid the Italian restaurants - it continues to exemplify classic Philadelphia.</p> <p>ENJOY At the Mummer's Museum, you'll get a look inside the knockdown, blowout Philly New Year's parade that's months in the making, from the instruments to the elaborate costumes ($3.50 adults, 1100 S. Second St., 215-336-3050, ). On any day of the week, you'll find Ninth Street clogged with vendors selling fresh produce, homemade pasta, exotic spices, Italian coffee and meats ranging from elk steaks to buffalo at Philly's Italian Market (900 S. Ninth St., ). Walk the quiet blocks around the raucous market and you'll find quaint cafes and some of the city's vibrant murals.</p> <p>EAT Cap off your journey with a firsthand look at one of the most talked-about rivalries in Philadelphia lore. Pat's King of Steaks and Geno's Steaks stare each other down 24 hours a day, seven days a week across Ninth Street. Pat's claims to be the originator of the sandwich that makes Philly famous (1237 E. Passyunk Ave., 215- 468-1546, ). Geno's touts its sandwich as the best (1219 S. Ninth St., 215-389-0659, ).</p> <p> </p>?TV trend: Fashion comes to fall series <p> Originally published: September 22, 2011 5:20 PM<br> Updated: September 25, 2011 2:27 PM<br> By BOOTH MOORE. Los Angeles Times </p> <p> Photo credit: ABC/Nathan Bell features fashion from high-end designers such as Chloe, , and . </p> <p><p>It's the throwback '60s style as much as the story lines that have made "Mad Men" a success. The AMC series, which enters its fifth season in 2012, ushered in a ladylike trend in fashion that has reverberated all the way to the Paris runways and inspired a collaboration with retail chain Banana Republic. So is it any wonder that the big three networks are looking for their own fashion gold? Many...</p></p>?Tyson Chandler on fashion offensive <p> Sunday September 9, 2012 11:15 AM By </p> <p>New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler may be the NBA's defensive player of the year but when it comes to fashion, he's all offense. The dude tops out at 7 feet, 1 inch, but he doesn't let that hinder his wardrobe choices.</p> <p>&quot;You have to be creative,&quot; he said, before the start of Alexander Wang's Spring 2013 fashion show at Pier 94 on Saturday.</p> <p>He's not just hanging out at those big 'n tall stores, Chandler explained.</p> <p>MORE: </p><p>PHOTOS: </p> <p>&quot;A lot of my clothes are off the rack, from designers like Rick Owens and Ann Demule...Demeel..Duelmeist...,&quot; he says, smiling, taking a personal foul on the pronunciation of Belgian designer Ann Demeulemeester.</p> <p>At the Wang show, one of the hottest tickets of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Manhattan, he's wearing a tee and Wang-ish deconstructed knit piece, a sorta-sweater-kinda-thing, sleeveless, with just a neck hole. (Long shorts, what regular guys would call &quot;pants&quot; and red leather ankle boots complete the look.)</p> <p>Very fashion-forward, but with temps still in the 80s' isn't he hot?</p> <p>&quot;Actually, no,&quot; he says. &quot;There's no sleeves in this; my arms are free, so I'm cool. I'm actually cool.&quot;</p> <p>We know. Very.</p> <p>Photo: New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler and his wife, Kimberly, attend the Alexander Wang spring 2013 show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Manhattan. (Sept. 8, 2012)<br></p> <p>Tags: </p>?Vogue, Polyvore team up for FNO style contest <p> Monday August 8, 2011 2:19 PM By Nina Ruggiero </p> <p>Photo credit: Getty Images</p> <p><p>Started in 2009 to encourage the fashion industry in the wake of the &quot;Great Recession,&quot; Fashion's Night Out (FNO) has become an event style-hungry New Yorkers look forward to every September.</p><p>This year the event, which includes exclusive designs, fashion shows, celebrity appearances, special sales and more, will fall on Sept. 8.</p><p>Vogue is teaming up with top fashion website...</p></p> <p></p>?Wang's got the 'write' touch <p> Sunday September 12, 2010 4:04 PM By Joseph V. Amodio </p> <p><p>Alexander Wang went (almost all) white for spring, sending models out in a variety of loose, full-cut looks &mdash; a long, layered painter&rsquo;s smock dress; long, draped apron dresses with criss-cross straps in back; long, crepe pajama shorts; and long, canvas shorts with longer leggings peeking out from underneath. Did we mention? Hems are long....</p></p> <p></p>?<p>In the world of fashion magazines, the September issue reigns supreme.</p><p>It signals the changing of the season and the time when sandals are finally traded in for knee-high boots; When flowy beach wear is a thing of the past and one's personal style can be shown through a variety of coats and scarves.</p><p>It's a time when the best professionals in the business compete to have the most stunning fashion spreads and coveted celebrity covers, all of which was even documented in the 2009 documentary "The September Issue."</p><p>We've gathered the top 10 women's fashion magazines (ranked by highest circulation) and scanned the thousands of pages to bring you a breakdown of what's to come this fall.</p><p>And here's a hint: start stocking up on polka dots, '60s mod designs, lace and Southwestern style.</p><p></p><p>ALLURE:<br>Pages: 208<br>Weight: 1 pound<br>Price: $3.99 <br>Cover: Salma Hayek, wearing Yves Saint Laurent<br>Photographer: Mario Testino<br>Number of ads: 115<br>Pages to flip before the good stuff: 24<br>Letter from the Editor:? "'Don't Pippa Me!' The meaning of this warning, which I heard the other day, was immediately clear … Don't upstage me." - Linda Wells<br>Must see: "Look Sharp" Just when you think going to the dentist's office was scary enough, Mario Testino captures a frightening, yet fascinating pictorial of models wearing bright makeup while getting a bit too close to medical supplies.<br>Fascinating read: "Stealing Beauty" The world of upper-middle-class women who are secret shoplifters is unveiled.<br>9/11 coverage: None<br>Honorable mentions: Salma Hayek says she's , "Vampire Diaries" hottie Ian Somerhalder makes a cameo in the "Dial 'S' for Seduction" fashion spread in which he plays a sexy handyman.<br>Trend watch: Polka dots, argyle, tartan, double-handled bags, jewel-toned eye liner</p><p>LUCKY:<br>Pages: 274<br>Weight: 1.4 pounds<br>Price: $3.50 <br>Cover: Jessica Alba, wearing Marc Jacobs<br>Photographer: Thomas Schenk<br>Number of ads: 122<br>Pages to flip before the good stuff: 34<br>Letter from the Editor: "When we were planning this issue, I looked around the conference table at the sea of crisp white button-downs and shrunken black jackets and realized: I am not alone." ? Brandon Holley<br>Check out: The "Denim Bars" guide is helpful for those who can never find the perfect pair of jeans and the "Fall Shoe Guide" gives a straight-forward look at styles to come.<br>Good read: Jessica Alba isn't one of those celebs who pretends she's naturally skinny. She credits watching TV, listening to her iPod or having a workout partner as ways to "not just drown in your own misery" while exercising. "Sorry, does this sound bad? I just hate working out."<br>9/11 coverage: None<br>Trend watch: Stars and polka dots, vibrant colors, tea dresses, '60s mod and '70s glam, Southwest style, lace, platform loafers <br>Extra bonus: Lucky Kids supplement features 28 additional pages of fall childrens' clothes and accessories.</p>?<p>After you've gawked at all the celebrities flooding 's fashion hot spots?Thursday for Fashion's Night Out, there are deals to be had. Retailers are offering discounts, gift bags, free Champagne and hors d'ouevres, and providing deejays so you have a soundtrack to shop to. They're throwing block parties, hosting bike tours and giving free makeovers.?????? </p><p>Here are the best events of Fashion's Night Out:</p><p>1. Want to model for a big-name designer at ? Now's your chance. Alice olivia is transforming their Park Ave. store (right next to ) into a photo studio where hopefuls can stop by for a chance to model 's spring/summer fashions at her Saturday presentation. Aspiring models will be treated to hair, makeup and styling. The winner will be announced the next day on alice olivia's Web site (aliceandolivia.com). 7-11 p.m.; 80 W. 40th St.</p><p>2. Join the hipster block party at Opening Ceremony. The Howard St. store will spill out onto the sidewalks, where designers , Kate and of Rodarte, and of , and from Boy/Band of Outsiders will hawk their wares, made exclusively for Fashion's Night Out, from the back of custom cars to match their esthetic. (Wang will be selling out of a black van, natch). Local food vendors will be on hand, and deejays will provide the soundtrack. 6 p.m.; 35 Howard St., at Crosby St.</p><p>3. Vogue devotees and new fans of creative director (following her star turn in "The September Issue") should flock to , where Coddington will "tell an extraordinary visual story throughout the store." 6 p.m.; 575 Broadway, at Prince St.</p><p>4. Shop and get a workout in. The design duo have mapped out a bike tour of their major retailers after being inspired by NYC's new and improved bike lines this summer. The tour takes shoppers/bikers from Pas de Deux in the to the Barneys Co-Op in Chelsea, and finally to Bird in . 6-11 p.m., starting at Pas de Deux, 328 E. 11th St.</p><p>5. Nothing like shopping to work up an appetite. Some of the city's yummiest spots?- including Bar Stuzzichini, Bond St., Craftsteak and Megu New York?- have teamed up with Fashion's Night Out and to offer free appetizers or dessert with the purchase of an entree when you use your AmEx card. Just mention Fashion's Night Out or Fashion Week. For a full list of participating restaurants, visit nycgo.com. </p>?<p>Here it is, the latest piece of news from the mouth of , the beleaguered manager, to Yankee fans everywhere. "Our roster could change drastically in the next few days," the manager said. And then, not more than a minute later, from the same guy, the same assurance: "Everything's gonna change drastically pretty soon."</p><p>Hear that? Change, and not just small change. His phrase was drastic change. And he wasn't talking about another reduction in the price of tickets nobody can afford. After Wednesday night's 4-3 10-inning loss to , a fourth straight disappointment, the manager knows exactly what his club needs. "We're not getting that huge hit when we need to get it," he said. "We didn't score runs." </p><p>They came awfully close, in fact, to scoring nothing at all in this one. had them shut out, four hits, through seven innings. The eighth was when the Yanks finally made some noise, punching a bases-loaded double with two out to tie the game. ended that inning with a strikeout. </p><p>Again in the ninth, with on second with one out, a grounder moved him to third and a fly ball ended the inning. One last chance in the 10th, on third, one out. But the eighth-inning hero and Matsui produced the final outs. </p><p>One big hit a night doesn't usually get it done. So now it's time to introduce the drastic change. He's 33 years old, a three-time MVP, 12 All-Star Games on his resume, and enough Page One headlines to fill a scrapbook. Yes, we're talking about you, . </p><p>A-Rod, Girardi points out, will do wonders for his lineup card. He rattles off the names - "Jeter, Damon, Teixeira, A-Rod, Matsui, Cano, Swisher, Cabrera" and sooner or later, Posada. He didn't call it the best collection of names in the league but you get his point. </p><p>The important cog in that semi-Murderers' Row is A-Rod. They've gone 13-14 without his bat or glove. The third basemen who replaced him haven't done the job. Haven't come close. It's not at all fair to compare them. </p><p>A-Rod, remember, doesn't just produce the wrong kind of headlines. He is one of the greatest players in the game. The numbers don't need repeating. </p><p>Let's face it, the didn't spend close to a half-billion in the offseason to have their fans wondering if this becomes another year without the playoff word. The first month provided the Yankees with a bunch of excuses, and pretty good ones. But how many folks will keep spending all the money there is for a ballpark seat to watch the New York Excuses. </p>?<p>Who's that girl? It's 13-year-old fashion blog sensation Tavi, who has seats to nearly as many Fashion Week shows this year as . </p><p>But is the stress of competing with the editrix getting to her? The tween is rocking gray tresses, which went perfectly with her grandma-inspired headpiece and mismatched stockings at the show. She looked a little more youthful - but just as wacky - in a tie-dye ensemble at , where she met up with supermodel .</p>?<p>The CFDA awards Monday night were so cool, had to wear shades.</p><p>The editor donned her trademark sunglasses as the doled out their annual accolades - to designers and style icons alike - at .</p><p>She's not a vampire (we don't think) but at least one creature of the night was in attendance - young , in a fab feathered minidress.</p><p>Who knew the child star and "Twilight" franchise vamp had such mad red carpet skills?</p><p>It was just one of a night of surprises that proved fashion's in store for a youthquake.</p><p>For every and , there was , who sparkled in a demure , and sometimes "" star , in .?</p><p>Even , no spring chicken, walked to the podium to accept his Womenswear Designer of the Year award to the tune of 's "Baby."</p><p>, 28, had to "pinch himself" when he picked up the Swarovski Womenswear award, which honors emerging talent. Wu's best known for pulling off fashion's greatest feat - dressing for the Inaugural Ball - at just 26.</p><p>Of course, leave it to the to defy their youth and swathe themselves like monks.</p><p>As 26-year-old nominee put it, "I love fashion because you can't define it." Consider that this generation's motto: With an "anything goes" attitude, the new guard is ready to shake up the status quo.</p><p>No one knew how to rough up the establishment like the late , whose nickname was "the hooligan of English fashion." Just 40 when he committed suicide last September, called him "talented well beyond his years" when she awarded him with the organization's Special Tribute.</p><p>The award included a glimpse at his final collection that left the crowd gasping.</p><p>It was a fitting celebration of a career started young - and cut tragically short.</p>?<p>At 53, Powers Chang feels like the grandfather of Asian-American franchising in the city. Nineteen years ago, Chang purchased an existing Baskin-Robbins ice cream parlor in Rego Park opposite the former Alexander's department store on Queens Blvd. Today, the ambitious real estate developer, who came to the United States from his native China in 1969, still owns four Baskin-Robbins parlors and three Dunkin' Donuts stores in Queens and Manhattan. He recently opened a Subway Sandwiches franchise in midtown Manhattan. "I'm the first generation to find out about franchises. I've brought a lot of Asians into franchises," Chang said. Rather than enter traditional businesses such as grocery stores, restaurants or garment factories, an increasing number of Asians are embracing franchising as a business option. Name recognition of franchise corporations such as Baskin-Robbins, McDonald's and 7-Eleven convenience stores, and knowledge of the hands-on training those companies provide, is luring new Asian immigrants to the market. They see it as a "viable means to enter mainstream American business," said Kevin Murtha, a Queens attorney and business consultant with the U.</p><p>S. Department of Commerce. In 1993, at least 5.</p><p>4% of all franchises in the U.</p><p>S. were owned by Asians, said John Wang, executive director of the Asian American Business Development Center in Manhattan. In contrast, African-Americans were 2.</p><p>6% of franchise owners; Hispanics, 2.</p><p>2%, and American Indians, 1.</p><p>5%. The past five to 10 years have seen more Asians come to the franchising table, Wang said. Most chose enterprises that sell food. "Asians are used to running food stores and mom-and-pop business in their countries. They easily transfer their talent to franchises," said Margaret Chabris, a spokeswoman for the Southland Corp., which franchises 7-Eleven stores. Last year, the Dallas-based corporation reported Asians owned 451 of the estimated 3,000 franchise operations nationwide. Chabris added, "Asians work hard and are family-oriented. We have a 24-hour business and it helps when members of the family work in the store. It cuts down on overhead.</p><p>" Depending on the type of franchise, out-of-pocket fees for startup costs with a modest operation could range from $25,000 to $75,000 excluding other financing Murtha said. Chang, who has a master's degree in business from the State University of New York at Binghamton, said, "It cost us $70,000 to start. I put down $40,000 and got a loan for the rest.</p>?<p>BOYS WILL BE BOYS They may not root for the Mets, or play for the Yanks, or fight fires one day. Whatever they wear, these little guys have all the potential in the world.Nicholas TrupiaBorn: Sept. 6, 1999Whitestone, QueensTyler LopezBorn: Dec. 20, 1999Jersey City, N.</p><p>J.Felix SencionBorn: Nov. 18, 1999Scotch Plains, N.</p><p>J.Alexander WangBorn: Oct. 5, 1999ManhattanDominic Amadiwochi Jr.Born: Feb. 15, 2000BronxDean SajudinBorn: Nov. 23, 1999BrooklynNicholas LioudakisBorn: Feb. 26, 2000Whitestone, QueensJoseph TortorellaBorn: March 10, 2000BrooklynDaniel Douse Born: Sept. 18, 1999BrooklynMichael DeehanBorn: Aug. 25, 1999Maspeth, Queens</p>?<p> is getting its highest-end store yet.</p><p>Upscale fashion mecca Barneys Co-Op will open on Atlantic Ave. and Court St. in September, officials said Wednesday.</p><p>The spot, on the border between downtown and , is next to and on the same block as - in a quickly changing area that's been getting more big-name chains in recent years.</p><p>"It's overdue," said , executive vice president at Barneys, who said the store has been scouting for a spot for years.</p><p>"We have a lot of Co-Op shoppers already who live in Brooklyn and have to come to ," he said. "We think it's going to be one of our top markets."</p><p>Co-Op is the slightly less lavish version of the Madison Ave. department store - but it's still not cheap. You can shell out $478 for a or $310 for a pair of jeans, along with collections by designers like and .</p><p>It's moving into a building owned by developer - whose company already transformed by bringing in Manhattan hotspots. Walentas said Barneys' Brooklyn debut "makes downtown Brooklyn a 'must-shop' neighborhood."</p><p>, 37, a piano teacher who moved to Cobble Hill two years ago, said she was excited.</p><p>"I don't think you'll find a single woman around here to complain about Barneys coming to town," she said. "Pretty soon, I'll be able to get all my shopping done in Brooklyn. A few more nice restaurants and I might swear off the city altogether."</p><p>, 57, a musician who lives two blocks from the future Barneys, wasn't so thrilled. "It's just more of the Manhattanization of downtown," he said.</p><p>"When I think Barneys, I think of SoHo and Chelsea and all that pretension," he added. "That's one of the things I like about living in Brooklyn, it's not pretentious."</p>?Across the way, the new Yankee Stadium grows larger every day, and with it so do questions about the team that will play there come 2009. <p></p>The new Stadium will have new features such as large concourses, luxury suites and a myriad of new concessions. But it also will pay homage to the team's history with a face that harks back to the original facade and a transplanted Monument Park. <p></p>The Daily News staff reviewed the prospects in the organization, the coming free agent market and quality of the current players to give fans a glimpse of what the '09 team might look like. The Yankees will probably be a lot like the park, boasting many new additions and important remnants of the team's best days, such has Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera and Jorge Posada. <p></p>Catcher <p></p>None of the News staffers could see Posada, 35, anywhere except where he's been for all 13 of his major league seasons. <p></p>"He's having a monster season," baseball writer Anthony McCarron said. "It'll get him a two-year deal and maybe more." <p></p>"He says he wants to see what's out there on the free agent market, but there's no way the Yankees want him playing anywhere but here," baseball columnist Bill Madden said. <p></p>Posada will turn 37 during the 2009 season but the feeling here is that, unlike with other catchers, his on-field performance won't decline much. Catchers that start to slip at 35 have been playing the position - and taxing their knees - from before the day they were drafted. Posada was an infielder, so his legs have suffered less wear and tear. <p></p>The Infield <p></p>The biggest dispute came at third base with regard to Alex Rodriguez's future. <p></p>"Even if Yanks miss the playoffs, I don't believe A-Rod is looking to leave New York," baseball columnist John Harper said. "He enjoys all the buzz around him, good and bad, and (George) Steinbrenner will be desperate to keep him. With few position players in their system, the Yanks will have to overpay somebody for offense, so why not A-Rod?" <p></p>Yankees beat writer Mark Feinsand and baseball writer Peter Botte see third base as a spot where the team could pluck a big talent like Miguel Cabrera off a small market club like the Marlins. "A-Rod gets replaced when the Marlins can't afford to keep this slugger," Feinsand said. <p></p>Mike Lowell is earning $9 million in an All-Star season for the Red Sox and will merit a raise they might not be willing to give. He came up through the Yankees system and speaks reverently about it. The bet here is the Yankees bring him while dealing their archrivals a blow. <p></p>?<p>Is it the end of Fashion Week as New York knows it?</p><p>Major designers and announced this week that they'll be streaming their upcoming runway shows live on the Internet, making exclusive invites to the tents practically moot. </p><p>So what will the likes of , Madonna and , who have been invited to sit front-row at the presentations year after year, think of the change?</p><p>"They won't like it," says an industry insider. "It's completely transforming the aura around Fashion Week. The event serves as a sort of hierarchy of fashion, and those who get invited to shows are considered worthy of seeing the collections before they hit the stores." </p><p>It's not only the celeb followers of Klein and Jacobs who will be bummed: It was announced yesterday that both Rodarte and will be streaming their shows online as well. </p><p>So what's with the new trend?</p><p>Our source insists that it's all about the Benjamins: More viewers means more followers, which will hopefully translate into more money.</p><p>"The industry is really suffering right now, and there's a need to reach a bigger audience in order to increase sales," the insider says. </p><p>Perhaps it's about adapting to 2010, too. Our source notes that the fashion gurus are just trying to keep up with the times. </p><p>"Having Fashion Week online makes these designers universal, which is a huge benefit to their lines," the fashionista says. </p><p>Those nostalgic for paper invitations and the coveted privilege of sitting next to should quit their crying?- Fashion Week has changed for good. </p><p>Says the insider: "It was inevitable that this is what would become of it."<br></p>?<p>Something else has gotten between Nick Gruber and his Calvin: a private investigator.</p><p>For the last month, Gruber says he and his boyfriend, John Luciano, have been tracked by a cop-turned-gumshoe. Gruber tells Confidenti@l that he believes the investigator, a well-known P.I., was hired by Calvin Klein to watch his every move.</p><p>But the investigator isn’t sleuthing around incognito. On Monday, Gruber says the private eye got in a scuffle with Gruber and his friends at Toy’s Avenue A Soundcheck party in the Meatpacking District.</p><p>He also says the investigator approached the former porn star’s table and began shouting about how Luciano is connected to the mob and being followed by Federal agents. Gruber says the gumshoe showed up to his hotel yesterday morning as well.</p><p>But it doesn’t look like the snooping around is going to bring Gruber any closer to Klein. Both Gruber, 22, and Luciano, 48, confirmed to Confidenti@l that they are happily in a relationship with each other.</p><p>“Calvin can hire goons to follow John and I all he wants. We have nothing to hide,” Gruber said. “I’ve moved on.”</p><p>Luciano said he isn’t concerned about being watched, even if the investigators are showing up at his assistant’s house and tracking the couple in L.A.</p><p>“My family’s been followed before,” Luciano, who is distantly related to gangster Lucky Luciano, told us on the phone from Los Angeles. “They were snooping around some friends and celebrities and it’s really silly. I’ve seen them and I laugh.”</p><p>As for the reason behind hiring an investigator, Luciano said Klein probably misses Gruber. “I understand what it’s like to be broken-hearted, and I’m sure Calvin’s heartbroken,” he said. “Nick’s a great guy.”</p><p>He said that neither he nor Nick will take legal action against Klein or anyone hired to follow them.</p><p>Gruber, 22, dated the world-famous fashion designer from 2010 until earlier this year. Confidenti@l first revealed his plans to release a juicy tell-all memoir about the relationship, currently titled “What Came Between Me and My Calvin.”</p><p>When reached, a representative for Klein declined to comment.</p><p>KANYE PLANS POSSE MAKEOVER</p><p>As if making over Kim Kardashian isn’t enough, Kanye West is restyling his entourage as well. “Kanye hasn’t been happy with the way his staff has been looking lately,” a source tells Confidenti@l. “He already talked to his stylist about keeping everyone in dark designer clothes.” According to our source, West wants his entourage’s duds to reflect his personal esthetic. “He’s really into his image,” adds the source. “If they are around him, they need to be stylish and presentable.” Our source says the West-influenced looks will be simple and primarily black, and he’ll looking to Martin Margiela and Louis Vuitton for inspiration. “It’s on the top of his list of priorities,” adds the source.</p>?<p>- Vera-fied! When walks down the aisle with investment banker beau this Saturday, she'll be wearing a custom-made wedding dress, an extremely fashionable source tells us.</p><p>- Political analysts say Senate majority leader hopeful actually has a better shot at becoming minority leader - if loses his reelection bid and the Dems lose the Senate. As Reid said last spring, Schumer "could give a woodpecker a headache," and that irrepressibility would serve his party well under rule. Then, if the stars align, Schumer, like LBJ, could graduate to the majority leader role.</p><p>- front man suffered a case of guitarist interruptus at the band's Terminal 5 concert Monday night. Two songs into the Pumpkins' set (for 's 25th anniversary concert series), Corgan's guitar malfunctioned during "Ava Adore." Corgan looked offstage for help, but only seemed to catch the attention of the cameras recording the show. When help didn't arrive, the rocker put down his ax and led the audience in a clap-along until a guitar tech ran onstage and fixed the six-string. Perhaps the mishap muted Corgan's desire to celebrate later. He was a no-show for the afterparty at the , where initially the only rocker to show up was . The guitarist held court among some look-alikes until about 2 a.m., when the rest of the Pumpkins finally arrived.</p><p>- The premiere party for 's new film, "Cairo Time," turned into an impromptu treasure hunt when the actress (above with co-star ) enlisted members of the crowd to help a distraught guest recover a family heirloom. Clarkson was in the loo at the Plaza Athenee when she overheard the woman lamenting that she'd lost her grandmother's ring during the party at the hotel's restaurant Monday. Before you could say , the actress had organized a search party to hunt for the bauble, and was urging more guests to join the search. Alas, the dinner guest went home empty-handed, but Clarkson scored enough karmic points to make her new movie a blockbuster.</p><p>- The friends of have made him an offer he couldn't refuse. Lip, who played crime boss Carmine Lupertazzi on "," will be feted at an 80th birthday party on Sunday at Portobello Restaurant in , N.J. Among those planning to attend are , former Yankees star , former heavyweight champ and legendary publicist Sy Presten, who worked with Lip at the infamous 's Copacabana in the 1960s. Lip was a captain who knew and took care of the many underworld figures who frequented the fabled establishment.</p><p>He helped clear the stage of hotel keys and undergarments that women threw at when the Welsh wonder sang there. He seated Profaci crime family member "Crazy" when the gangster came to see at the club in 1972. Neither Lip nor Presten will ever forget that night: After the show, Gallo headed to Umberto's Clam House to celebrate his birthday and was murdered.</p><p>With </p>?<p>Who says you have to sacrifice style to keep warm?</p><p>Not these fashionable New Yorkers.</p><p>Just follow in their footsteps and throw on a cape, poncho or printed coat.</p><p>In between running to meetings and college classes, these four women stop to show us how chic jackets can elevate a fall look.</p><p>, Bergen County, N.J.</p><p>Bryant, 25, loves vintage fashion.</p><p> I m very inspired by the 30s and 40s and the way women wore coats that really catered to their bodies. </p><p>It's one of the reasons her poncho, a purchase from Paris, is a fall staple.</p><p> I do travel overseas quite a bit and I'm really inspired by their sense of fashion, says the FIT grad. This poncho is eight years old. It's easy to throw on and it's wool, so it's warm. </p><p>Bryant, who owns Leidy Elle, a boutique public-relations firm specializing in entertainment and media, is always looking for great outfits on the street.</p><p> I just love to see women in a head-to-toe outfitted piece with hat, gloves and big shoes. It looks effortless. </p><p>Kiki He, Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn</p><p>He, 21, does most her shopping in Asia.</p><p>A Hong Kong native, He, who moved to New York for school, thinks fashion gets updated more quickly abroad.</p><p> That's why I read and follow Asian fashion magazines more, she explains.</p><p>Most importantly, the clothes she finds in Asia, like her cobalt blue cape, are usually a better fit. Instead of chasing trends and buying new items all the time, she works with what she already owns.</p><p> I do whatever looks good on me. I will look at the bigger picture, instead of just this season. </p><p>Her other piece of money-saving advice?</p><p> Get one shirt in different colors because you can match up with different things and it still looks new and fresh. </p><p>, upper East Side</p><p>Malangone, 25, mixes classic styles with new ones.</p><p> I try and stay a little bit cautious because I don't like things I'm only going to wear once. I like pieces that are versatile, that are going to stand the test of time. I don't want to look back at myself 20 years from now and go 'Oh my god, that was crazy.' </p><p>She ll balance trendy items, such as her chambray shirt and poncho, with a timeless accessory, like her grandmother s handbag.</p><p> It's an actual vintage Coach bag, she laughs.</p><p>Malangone, who works in fashion, is a big supporter of brands and follows her favorite ones, which include Zara and J. Crew, closely.</p><p> They seem to be up with the times, she says of J. Crew. I'm always excited to see their catalog. </p><p>, Bushwick, Brooklyn</p><p>Hargrave, 26, often builds her outfits from the bottom up.</p><p> I feel like if you have a good shoe, it doesn't even matter what you have on. </p><p>She then works in other accessories to make the look really pop.</p><p>Hargrave, the publicity manager at Universal Republic Records, is especially fond of bright hues and interesting designs.</p><p> Because I have a really plain dress on today, I put the printed jacket on it to balance out the monotone colors. Then, I threw in a scarf. </p><p>She admires designers , and , but usually shops at Nordstrom, Urban Outfitters and H&amp;M.</p><p> It's a mix of comfy and casual, a mix of high and low, she sums up. I feel like clothes are a way to express yourself so wear what fits you. </p>?<p>Ask Ciara what to expect from her new album, and she’ll tell you it’s “intense.” Sure, there are some of the same effervescent goodies ? “I sprinkle in the pop,” says the 23-year-old songstress ? but on “Fantasy Ride,” out Tuesday, Ciara (full name: Ciara Princess Harris) is showing off her adult side. “I’m much more aggressive, more confident ? I’m definitely in my woman stage now,” she says. “It also shares a bit more of my sensual side.” <br></p><p>Your single “Never Ever,” with Young Jeezy, came out in January, and “Love Sex Magic,” with Justin Timberlake,? in March. What do you think of your collaborators?<br></p><p>Jeezy’s someone I’ve known for years and years. We started out working around each other like six years ago, right around when I was getting ready to release my first album. Working with Justin was so fun. He’s so down to earth, and honestly we laughed away the whole studio session.<br></p><p>This was your first time working with Timberlake. How did you meet?<br></p><p>We met each other years ago at a concert of his. We both were releasing our albums, and I happened to go to one of his concerts and we met backstage and said hey, talked a little bit about music, kept it moving, and now both of us happen to have the same manager. He was like, “Justin has some songs he wants you to hear.” I was like, “I think it would be dope if we worked together.”<br></p><p>Justin is hosting “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, when you’re the musical guest. If you have to take part in a sketch, what celebrity would you impersonate?<br></p><p>Mary J. Blige would be one of them. I sometimes like to play around with her and have fun. And it would be fun to do Janet Jackson.<br></p><p>What are your tour plans for the summer?<br></p><p>After the promo run, I’ll be taking off to tour with Britney in the U.K. ? I’ll be doing some things with her in the U.K., Germany and some other places, then I keep on tour from there and come to the U.S. So it’s a mixture of partying ? ooh, not partying [laughs] ? a mixture of touring there and the U.S., all in one.<br></p><p>Her tour is circus-themed. What’s the craziest thing you’ll do onstage? Shoot out of a canon?<br></p><p>One time I had to have my guys toss me up in the air and land on the ground with a big “boom” ending. It’s the craziest feeling because you’re flying, just going for it, but it’s all about how you control yourself when you land. I said I’d never do it again, but I’ll be honest with you, I’m so down for that. The combination of Britney and I is going to be like going through an amusement park.<br></p><p>For “Fantasy Ride,” you recorded a song with Chris Brown called “Turntables.” How do you feel about it now?<br></p>?<p>Ricardo Wilson, a resident of Rosedale who is a senior in the Cisco Academy Program at Thomas A. Edison High School, recently participated in Vice President Gore's 21st century Skills Leadership Committee meeting in Washington. At the meeting, Wilson was able to tell Gore about his experiences at Edison. In school, Wilson is learning to build and repair computer communication networks. He also is active in St. Clair's Drum Corp in Rosedale. Terri McElroy, a senior at Stella Maris High School in Rockaway Park, was recently named Most Valuable Player of the St. Francis College Tournament. Thirty students at Francis Lewis High School have been named Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars by the College Board in recognition of their achievement on the college-level AP exams. The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on the number of year-long courses and exams. Lionel Chan of Flushing and Mark Khakhamov of Forest Hills qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average grade of at least 3.</p><p>5 on all AP exams taken and grades of 3 or higher on five or more exams. Nine students qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average grade of 3.</p><p>25 or higher on all AP exams and grades of 3 or higher on four or more exams. Those students are: Smbat Amerbekian, Jerry Chantemsin, Helen Leung, Nachammai Selvanathan, Jing Wang and Cindy Wong all of Flushing, Alexander Gilbert of Utopia, Kamala Salmon of Jamaica, and Scott Sanford of Fresh Meadows. Nineteen students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP exams with grades of 3 or higher. They include: Jonathan Bandel of Forest Hills, David Caicedo of Elmhurst, Ganesh Ramchandani of Rego Park, Xian Zhou of Fresh Meadows, Teresa Chen, Lily Fung and Bhavi Hansoty, all of Jackson Heights; Farhana Islam and Evelyn Ontaneda of Jamaica; Naomi Lim and Arumi Kim of Bayside; Hyea Young Kim, Christina Lee, Rova Lee, Jennifer Lew, Erica Parfrey, Suzanne Moshett, Sze Man Angel Wong and Cindy Chen, all of Flushing. The Daily News wants to showcase the achievements of pupils in the borough's public and private schools. Items for the Class Report Card column may be sent to: Daily News Queens Bureau, 118-35 Queens Blvd., Forest Hills, N.</p><p>Y. 11375. Or fax the notice to the Queens bureau at (718) 793-2910. Photos may be sent for consideration but cannot be returned.</p>?<p> just missed 's set at The Darby on Thursday night ? and, boy, was he bummed.? A source tells us Criss looked "so sad" after learning that Thicke had finished performing for , and at the VEVO Music Meets Fashion party at the W. 14th St. hot spot. To make matters worse, Criss' name didn't exactly ring a bell with Thicke when the two were introduced. After someone whispered Criss' credentials in Thicke's ear, the singer replied, "My mom loves your show!" D'oh!</p><p>What's in a name?</p><p>Celebrity status did not guarantee entrance to the VIP room at ' shindig at his Bowery Boutique on Thursday night. The party, in the old space,? drew a crowd that included Amar'e Stoudemire, , , , , , and goalie along with loads of downtowners who were stoked to see a performance by? The Roots.? Alas, as revelers lined up in the back alley to enter the VIP room, which was closer to the stage, event organizers? shut down the access point, claiming the crowd was at capacity. Hip-hop royalty Mike D. of the was one of the last to gain entry while Crawford and his posse were among those left outside to decide whether they should go around to the front entrance and mingle with the less special. Inside, Overstreet was seen rocking out sans girlfriend Roberts, as The Roots covered classics from and Guns 'N' Roses.</p><p>Fashionable voices</p><p> can draw a crowd ? and carry a note. The former editor was feted for her work on fall campaign with a karaoke party on Saturday night. Among the famous faces who turned up at strip-club-turned-nightspot Westway were , and supermodels and .</p><p>Not surprisingly, the night's big attention was Italian fashion maestro Valentino, who took to the runway shortly after 11 p.m. to belt out 's "Unforgettable" and 's "My Way." Roitfeld kicked off the evening with a rendition of 's "Careless Whisper," and Mary-Kate Olsen? repeatedly shook her? head "no" when asked to perform. We don't blame her. Valentino was a hard act to follow.</p><p>Remembering </p><p>Even in a tent full of Oscar-toting actors, Darryl Brantley stood out. Dreadlocked and dashing, Darryl ? who worked in the publicity department ? radiated the charisma of a movie star. He was warm and impish and showed remarkable strength in the face of great adversity.</p><p>Darryl, who died Aug. 4, was a true original, and on Thursday,? his friends gathered at the to celebrate his life. sang 's "I Will Always Love You," and Vanity Fair's imagined Darryl meeting St. Peter at heaven's gates impeccably dressed in a suit and sunglasses ? and holding a clipboard. "I don't have to tell you all that Darryl does get into heaven," a tearful Kseniak told the crowd, "for all of the qualities for which we loved him here on earth." Well said.????</p><p> makes bold moves</p><p> has got some moves. At Alexander Wang's fraternity-themed party at Pier 40 on Saturday night, Ricci competed against the designer in a game of Everybody Dance ? and won. Wang initially unnerved Ricci when, at the beginning of the match, he invaded her personal space with some touchy-feely freak dancing. But, after both strutted their stuff to 's "Rude Boy," the "" actress emerged the victor.? "He freaked me!" Ricci told us with a laugh. "[But] I won."</p><p>Contact Gatecrasher:<br>Frank DiGiacomo: <br>: <br>: </p>?<p>Hip designer forced a Queens man to work 84-hour weeks in a Broadway sweatshop, a $50 million lawsuit claims.</p><p>, 56, says he passed out at work after being forced to toil 25 hours without a break.</p><p></p><p>Lu’s lawyer, , said he hopes to sign up other Wang workers to join in a class-action lawsuit against the company.</p><p>A spokeswoman for Wang declined to comment.</p>?<p>The Devils are not yet whole, but they at least must feel a whole lot better with their most dangerous offensive weapon back in the lineup. Leading scorer Alexander Mogilny once again made a difference in his second game back following a five-game absence due to an abdominal injury. His tiebreaking goal late in the second period sparked the Devils to a 4-1 victory last night over the Islanders at half-empty Nassau Coliseum. Martin Brodeur's 21 saves included a stopped penalty shot as the Devils (31-17-12-3) posted their second win in as many nights. Turner Stevenson tallied two third-period goals and Sergei Nemchinov scored earlier for the Devils, who moved back within one point of first-place Philadelphia in the Atlantic Division. Tim Connolly notched the lone goal for the last-place Isles, who failed in their improbable quest to take the season series (1-2-2-0) from the defending Stanley Cup champions. John Vanbiesbrouck made his fifth straight start this season against the Devils, having already led the Isles to one victory and two ties earlier in the schedule. The 17-year veteran also was sporting bleached-blonde hair after his name was pulled from a hat in a silly team ritual following rare victories such as Saturday's 5-4 win over Florida. Despite Vanbiesbrouck's 18 saves, Brodeur actually overcame a more hair-raising experience in the first period. He denied Isles center Dave Scatchard - hauled down from behind by Brian Rafalski and Scott Stevens - on a penalty shot at 16:27. It marked the 18th time in 24 chances goalies have denied shooters in the NHL this season. Nemchinov finally solved Vanbiesbrouck with a high-slot wrister, which deflected off an Islander stick, for his eighth goal at 8:54 of the second. Connolly tied it nine seconds into an Isles 5-on-3 advantage with his eighth at 10:51. But Mogilny, who returned to the Devils' lineup Monday against Florida, sent a right-circle wrister off Roman Hamrlik's stick and over Vanbiesbrouck's right shoulder with 15.</p><p>7 seconds remaining for his 32nd and a 2-1 Devils lead into the third. Ties that bind: Isles GM Mike Milbury said co-owner Charles Wang has instructed him to attempt to sign "every guy we have that we think is going to be a core player" to contract extensions before June 1. Negotiations already have begun with pending restricted free agents Mariusz Czerkawski and Brad Isbister, as well as unrestricted vet Vanbiesbrouck. Zdeno Chara, Kenny Jonsson, Mark Parrish and Oleg Kvasha also will be restricted free agents July 1. Chara has dumped agent Rich Winter, who's had a contentious relationship with Milbury in the past. . . . Detroit, with at least one scout at five of Isles' last six games, is believed to be more interested in Chara than in Jonsson, whom Milbury insisted he doesn't expect to trade. "I spoke Friday with (agent) Mike Barnett and I told him I was ready to discuss a contract," Milbury said. "Kenny's playing some of his best hockey in two years. We want to keep him.</p><p>"</p>?<p>The season for giving is upon us, and what do many of us ask the most of? Our clothes.<br><br>Yes, with each serving of pecan pie, butter cookies and egg nog, we are making a deal with our wardrobe to stretch with our indulgences.<br><br>An easy solution could be an expandable silhouette ? even, gasp, elastic waistbands. This season, you're in luck: The tastemaker crowd has embraced soft, slouchy, cozy styles as irreverant and cool, says , senior fashion editor of .<br><br>"I wanted to see how high up the designer ladder sweatpants went, and it turns out, it's quite far," she says. Cernek found jersey studded sweatpants for almost $1,100 on . There's a matching sweatshirt to boot.<br><br>A quick survey of recent runways found similar glorified sweats from , and Rag &amp; Bone, too, and then there are the cool-comfort labels such as and Splendid.<br><br>There's something more palatable about an elastic waistband when it's got a top-notch designer label inside, says celebrity stylist .<br><br>"A stretch waistband is totally taboo in the world of fashion, but people secretly love it," he says. "If elastic waistbands were a TV show, they'd be '.' People say they hate it but they have to watch it."<br><br>A designer elastic-waistband moment could go down like this, Verdi adds: "Your friend would say, 'Oh my God, are you wearing an elastic waist?' And you'd say, 'It's Stella McCartney,' and then they'd say, 'They're fabulous.'"<br><br>But there are ways to wear even a bargain-basement "comfort waist" and still pull it off.<br><br>The best versions have the elastic just on the back of the waistband, stretching from hip to hip around the rear but not on the front, Verdi says. "You never get that visual of being bunched up," he says.<br><br>And, pair any sort of loose, unstructured pant with a more fitted top, perhaps a lean tunic or a button-down shirt ? but make sure it's untucked. "The big headline is to keep the elastic waist a secret," Verdi says.<br><br>Cernek also points to a drawstring-waist pant as a viable alternative to elastic. Somehow a drawstring doesn't have the same stigma.<br><br>She still suggests staying away from any pants that balloon at the ankle. Hug-the-body leggings ? typically with a flattering, yet still stretchy waistband ? are a widely accepted option, although there are some clear pros and cons to that look, especially after one has gobbled turkey and trimmings. "Leggings can be as polarizing as politics," she says.<br><br>Verdi says a textured fabric, maybe velvet, corduroy or perhaps a heathered finish, will keep attention away from the middle. Elastic-waist denim, according to Verdi, is a no-no.<br><br>But what about PajamaJeans?<br><br>Hampton Direct, a company that supports "useful items that address specific household products" (including many "As Seen on TV" things such as the Total Pillow and the Wonder Hanger), recently developed pants that feel like fleece pajamas inside ? and come with a drawstring waist ? but mimic jeans, down to the five pockets, on the outside.<br><br>"It's the perfect marriage of style and comfort," says , marketing consultant for Hampton Direct. "There always are the jeans you've had for 10 years and they're the go-to jeans no matter what because they're so comfortable because they've been washed so much. We've done that for you."<br><br>The pants will expand as needed, she says. "There are no constraining zippers, no digging buttons ... and they hold their shape, and you can roll them up into a suitcase."<br><br>Cernek, however, says comfortable pants have long been the domain of someone who doesn't go farther than the couch. But, she allows, that could change this season with the many more fashion-conscious options.<br><br>If you do go that route, instead of calling the waistbands "elastic," call them "elasticated," Cernek suggests with a laugh. "'Elastic' has this mom-jeans connotation. 'Elasticized' is a more active, high-end option."</p>?<p>Societe Generale is moving about 350 support staffers out of Manhattan - to the Jersey City waterfront. The financial-services giant rented nearly 100,000 square feet at Newport Office Center VII - and aims to move people there by year's end, company spokesman Jim Galvin said. Some are now housed at the investment bank's New York City headquarters, a half million-square-foot office at 1221 Sixth Ave. Others work at 560 Lexington Ave. Societe Generale - a newcomer to Jersey City - currently has about 2,700 Manhattan employees. It needs room for future growth, and wants greater geographic diversity within metro New York. "We considered options in Westchester and Connecticut, but decided the Jersey waterfront was the best choice," Galvin said. The firm will hold onto the space that staffers are vacating at 1221 Sixth Ave., to house future hires. It will get generous incentives as a reward for shifting jobs across the Hudson River. The state of New Jersey approved a $10 million grant to be paid over 10 years, a spokesman for the New Jersey Economic Development Authority said. Societe Generale's new location is a skyscraper at 480 Washington Blvd. - whose exterior design is supposed to suggest a sailboat. Larger-than-life developer Sam LeFrak constructed it for PaineWebber. "This is institutional-quality construction, built with an investment bank in mind," said Societe Generale's broker, Ken Meyerson of CB Richard Ellis. PaineWebber's successor firm, UBS, is offering the entire 1.</p><p>1 million-square-foot building for sublease through Bob Alexander's team at CB Richard Ellis. Societe Generale is the first firm to take space in the building. BRIDAL BABE The bridal babe from L.</p><p>A. who aims to be the affordable Vera Wang is making her New York debut at 214 Mulberry St. Saeyoung Vu has carved out a niche as the bridesmaid's best friend - for designing pretty dresses that look good enough to wear when the wedding's over. Her wedding gowns are made of fine silks, with clean, flattering lines - and are priced $775 to $2,800. Wang's wedding gear costs as much as $11,900. Saeyoung Vu Couture's new home is trendy Nolita - the nabe right next to SoHo whose name is short for "north of Little Italy.</p><p>" She searched all over SoHo, then chose the site on Mulberry. "It's a charming street," said Faith Hope Consolo of Prudential Douglas Elliman, the broker for both Vu and the landlord. NICE ADDRESS Two River Holdings Group, a biotech venture-capital firm, is moving to the elegant Elizabeth Arden Building at 689 Fifth Ave. It rented an 8,500-square-foot office that fills the top two floors of the 1920s-vintage property. This jewel box of a building on the corner of E. 54th St. is home to Elizabeth Arden's Red Door Salon. Corey Abdo of Winoker Realty served as Two River's broker in negotiations with the landlord, Steven Roth's Vornado Realty Trust. Two River will move out of 787 Seventh Ave. Lcroghan@nydailynews.</p><p>com</p>?<p>So many purses, so little time.</p><p>Top handle or tote, clutch or cross-body - bagging the hottest handbags has never seemed more overwhelming.</p><p>Before subscribing to the season’s top trends, satchels and structure ladylike bags are both hot for fall, consider your personal baggage and how much your toting around. If your load is light, a small satchel for an iPad and some papers will do the trick.</p><p>Messenger styles with top handles, large totes and doctor-style bags are roomy enough for the working woman and transition easily from the boardroom to the bar.</p><p>And while have quickly turned in to the season’s must-have color, hints of grape, inky-blue and pops of neon will also instantly brighten up any dull winter day.</p>?<p>CELEB STYLE SHEET</p><p>The Star: , Grammy Award winner</p><p>Spotted: , June 19, 2008 </p><p>The look: '80s pouf dress </p><p>The designer: PPQ </p><p>The style guru: , judge on TV Land's "She's Got the Look" </p><p>The verdict: I remember the first bubble skirt I ever saw, it was by Lacroix. It was brilliant. and wore them ... in the '80s. When it comes to style, beautiful girls can get away with a lot, and Rihanna is beautiful. Here's why the dress works on her: She has long legs, which adds extra drama to the short length. </p><p>The pattern is hip, young and graphic. She didn't overaccessorize with jewelry. I do like her choice of footwear. The boots add a little edginess, so she doesn't look like she's going to the prom. I think galoshes are great, because you never know when it's going to rain. Though I don't know how practical suede is. </p><p>Hey, does anybody have extra tickets to Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors" tour? If so, count me in! Rihanna, you wanna go? You're already dressed for it!</p><p>TALK TO :? WAYFARERS, THE REMIX</p><p>The renaissance is kicking it up a notch with "Project Colorize." The collaboration has a few of 's hippest contemporary artists designing customized Wayfarers and fashion-inspired billboards citywide. </p><p>"It's probably the most visible project I've done," says top local graffiti artist Toofly, whose traffic-stopping Wayfarer-inspired work will be on display at the Midtown Tunnel beginning Tuesday. </p><p>"I want to let people know that graffiti isn't just the illegal stuff on the street. My billboard was inspired by the brush-stroke print dresses in the Dolce & Gabbana 2008 collection," says the burgeoning fashionista, who's gaining a cult following with her signature T's and accessories available at . </p><p>She's also busy customizing Ray-Bans with her fiercely feminine designs. </p><p>The customized shades will be displayed in the windows of Henri Bendel, where shoppers can enter a prize drawing to win a pair. </p><p>"I already got my own pair," admits Toofly of the perk of her latest gig. "I chose the turquoise ones that I included in my billboard design." </p><p>The candy-colored shades, currently sported by the likes of and , will be available for $109-$139 at Henri Bendel beginning Tuesday.? - </p><p>SECRET STEALS: THIS WEEK'S BEST SALES</p><p>BEAUTY BAR: BAG THESE BEACH MUST-HAVES</p><p>Hair S.O.S.: Celebrity hair stylist has introduced a treatment to restore sun-damaged hair. Celebrities love this protein, silk and keratin treatment because it restores texture and shine for up to three months. Aqua Proof hair protector, $34, at Ricardo Rojas salon, , 105 Rivington St. or .</p>Save: Use a homemade mayonnaise masque! It’s super-greasy, so rinse well before swimming!?<p>Grab your wallet and head out to one of the many sample sales and clearances around the city. Bargain department store lowers prices even more for their Summer Clearance Sale.?Also head to SoHo for slashed prices at? and Opening Ceremony. </p><p>Century 21 Summer Clearance Sale. Save up to 75% off suggested retail on most summer items.? Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.?22 Cortlandt St. (212-227-9092).</p><p> Sample Sale. Up to 90% off United Bamboo's Spring/Summer 2008 collection. Saturday, 12 pm?7 pm. 217 Centre St., 6th Fl. between Grand and Howard Sts. </p><p>Ananas @ fifty-two. Ananas Collection handbags, whose celeb following includes , and , are available at a pop-up store for a limited time. Through July 15th. Monday-Wednesday, Noon-8pm, Thursday-Saturday 1pm ? 9pm. 52 Canal St. between Ludlow and Orchard Sts.<br>?<br>Opening Ceremony Sale. Up to 75% off Spring/Summer 2008 merchandise including designs by , , and . Saturday, 11am ? 8pm and Sunday, Noon-7pm. 35 Howard St. near Broadway.</p><p>Helmut Lang Sale. 60% percent of all merchandise from men's and women's Spring/Summer 2008 lines from the iconic minimalist Austrian designer. Through July 6th. Monday-Saturday, 11am ? 7pm, Sunday, Noon-6pm. 819 Washington St. at Gansevoort St.</p>?<br><p>Let's face it: Fashion Week isn't just about designers. It's about the celebrities, models and general shenanigans that start bringing Bryant Park to life today.</p><p>At this week's Spring 2008 shows, celebs won't be sitting front row: They'll be the brains behind the designs. In a paparazzi-thrilling turn of events, star fashionmakers are flooding the runways all at once. Nicky Hilton will debut her high-end line, Nicholai (it's her real name), on Sunday. Gwen Stefani (near r.) will present L.A.M.B. next Wednesday and Jennifer Lopez will show her new line, JustSweet, on Tuesday.</p><p>"Big Love" star Chloe Sevigny will unveil a small, personally conceived collection for Opening Ceremony, at an intimate presentation on Monday.</p><p>Designers are buzzing about the celebs confirmed to warm their front rows.</p><p>Julianne Moore is set to hit the Lacoste show, Hilary Swank will be at Miss Sixty, Ashley Olsen is expected at Jenni Kayne and Mischa Barton may check out Alexander Wang. Anne Hathaway will tour some shows with her friend Valentino (the Italian designer announced his retirement yesterday). And fashionistas are buzzing that Lindsay Lohan may show for Jill Stuart on Monday.</p><p>Stuart, who tapped Lohan for her ad campaign last year, defended the troubled actress when she went into rehab in the spring.</p><p>All of these events are closed to the public, except one. Anyone can buy tickets to Gen Art's 13th annual Fresh Faces in Fashion show, tonight at the Grand Ballroom of the Manhattan Center.</p><p>Tickets are $50 for members of Gen Art and $60 for nonmembers (at ).</p><p>Gen Art showcases emerging fashion talents who, if history's any indication, often become household names (think Zac Posen, Rebecca Taylor, Eugenia Kim and Hollywould).</p><p>Featured designers this season include the New York team from Bensoni, Benjamin Channing Clyburn and Sonia Yoon, who met while studying at Parsons, where they were nominated for the schoolwide Designer of the Year award. Also on deck will be colorful, whimsical dresses from Mooka Kinney, a label from design duo Rachel Antonoff and Alison Lewis. They met as roommates in the West Village.</p><p>So you can gawk at the tents from afar or actually go to a show. Our vote is for going.</p>?<p>Just a couple of days ago, Jenna Bush and her mama, Laura, were spotted popping into Seventh Ave.'s Oscar de la Renta, perhaps looking for a wedding dress for the first twin's impending nuptials to White House aide Henry Hager.</p><p>But don't rule out the Bush family's favorite designer, Lela Rose, just yet.</p><p>"We haven't talked specifically about Jenna's wedding dress, but we've definitely talked to her about different events," Rose said coyly after her show Sunday. "Jenna's really fun. She likes to have something she looks great in, something with a little bit of ease to it ? so she looks turned out but not overly, so she has a casual fun way about her."</p><p>We hope Rose can design something that makes it easy to do a wedding reception keg stand.</p><p>A TIGHT SQUEEZE</p><p>Soon after Rose's show, plenty of front-row foxes like Mandy Moore and Joy Bryant showed up for the Herve Leger by Max Azria show, squeezed sausage-style into the designer's famous flesh-hugging bandage dresses. Although they fit tight as a tourniquet, the stretchy wraps are "surprisingly comfortable … like walking around in a bathing suit," socialite Maggie Betts insisted. But, she added, "I did have to call my neighbor at the last minute to zip up the last 2 or 3 inches."</p><p>Maybe she's just an amateur? "I did it by myself this morning," Padma Lakshmi declared. The model-turned-chef has an edge, having walked for Leger in the '90s. But she claimed getting the things on doesn't take special skill. "Just wiggling around, and patience," she said. </p><p>Sounds like a bad hookup!</p><p>WANG WANTS BABS</p><p>Alexander Wang, the self-declared king of edginess, would just die to get his little paws on Barbara Walters.</p><p>"I want to give her a new look, a fresh take. I love her look; I want to see her in a beanie and some sunglasses. Or we could do sheer, with a little cleavage."</p><p>Cleave on Babwa? Oh my!</p><p>While you were pounding hot wings and eating beef-covered nachos last night, Russell Simmons was snacking on tofu fritters to keep his woman, Porschla Coleman, happy.</p><p>"She's a vegan," Simmons said from the front row of the Rock &amp; Republic show. "So we will cater and everyone else will eat vegan, too. We're going to trick them, sneak in soy stuff and nobody knows. In the chicken wings."</p><p>Eating tofu chicken wings for the lady you love = priceless, or desperate?</p><p></p><p></p>?<p>Fashion Week’s move to the second week of February (seven days later than usual) isn’t the only change afoot. </p><p>In the wake of the world’s financial turbulence, the city’s style spectacular has taken on a somber tone. </p><p>Parties ? from to ? have been canceled. And high-profile names including , , and have nixed runway shows for smaller-scale presentations. </p><p>Still, the shows must go on in some form or another, which means that this season there’s as much creativity off-stage as there is on it. </p><p>And that’s good for ’s $10 billion fashion industry. </p><p>With more young designers vying for fashion fame than ever before next week, planning masterminds have come up with new ways to keep clients afloat. </p><p>Fashion show producer decided to encourage three of hers to combine forces. For the first time in the tents, Cutrone’s firm People’s Revolution will stage a three-way show: Nicholas K, and will show together on Sunday. </p><p>They’ll use their own models, hair and makeup, but the same set, with a logo at the runway’s end that peels off with each new name. </p><p>“We held a dinner to let them meet first of all, to see if it would work ? they’d need to be generous and share the hair and makeup space backstage,” Cutrone says. </p><p>Hoffman is enthusiastic about the setup. “I just feel right now it’s like, any way we can show, we should show,” she says. “We can’t disappear. I see too many of my contemporaries disappearing and going under.” </p><p>Some designers, like Wang and Johnson, are skipping the catwalk altogether and instead will show their clothes in a freeze-frame “presentations,” where models stand still and pose for two or three hours. So many lines have signed up for the cheaper showing that IMG (the organization that runs Fashion Week) will add an additional Bryant Park venue for presentations in September. </p><p>In the meantime, the backstage lounge hosted by will show capsule presentations (it’s dubbed them “Fashion Moments”) to a select group of invited editors. Confirmed so far are House of Cassette and Dee and Ricky, the accessories label that’s worked with Marc Jacobs. </p><p>There are downsides to presentations ? it’s much harder to get good photography without movement, and there’s less drama ? but it’s often easier for editors and buyers to see the clothes in detail. “When I started doing this, the designers did presentations in their showrooms ? there was no such thing as ‘the tents,’ ” says ’s Hope Greenberg (Bryant Park was the brainchild of IMG’s in 1993). </p>?<p>A new demand for Asian models is changing the look of fashion's runways.</p><p>It's a worldwide trend ? French label flooded its couture runway with a group of all-Asian girls in last month ? so expect to see more and more Eastern faces as 's shows kick off this week.</p><p>"Every season, there's this one great Asian model, but these days there's a whole group of them," says , beauty editor at . "It's less of that token Asian in a show and more of a really nice consistency of great girls."</p><p>This month, fashion bible featured five Asian models for a fashion spread. In December, the magazine spotlighted eight Asian models in two pages. Just weeks ago, Filipina beauty took the title of Ford's Supermodel of the World, three years after South Korean model won the competition.</p><p> announced last month that the next face for its men's-wear campaign would be Taiwanese-American actor . He'll be the first Asian male face of a worldwide brand. Following his lead are several other Asian male models who were just used for 's fall 2011 collection in , which paid homage to with its overall theme.<br>? <br>Chen says the shift can be attributed to an increase in Asian-American designers, from to , as well as to 's quickly growing economy.</p><p>"The industry even in the past five years has become more global," says Chen. "You see brands like and Dior having resort collections in or to reach their consumers. They're seeing that there's a huge boom in these countries, with great demand for luxury goods."</p><p> announced that its Asian sales, outside of , soared 51% in a recent nine-month period. In a new study by the , the number of middle-class to affluent consumers in China alone is expected to climb from 150 million to 400 million in 10 years.</p><p>"Any good business person is observing the changing market and how Asia's expanding," says designer . "I think it's on everyone's mind, to cast accordingly. You definitely have to be reflective in those decisions."</p><p>Reese says that she's also seen a change when it comes to actually casting diverse models for a show.</p><p>"I used to have to request agencies to make sure they send over black models, Latinas, Asians," she says. "Now there's a lot more to choose from. They're grooming more girls with different ethnicities."</p><p>Though Asian models have had relative success in the past ? in the '80s and in the '90s ? there has never been a supermodel who rose to actual stardom.</p><p>While black models had their champions in and , and Hispanic models dominated the field, thanks to buxom Brazilians and , an Asian model has never become a household name.</p><p>That's about to change, says , president of Marilyn modeling agency.</p><p>"One-hundred percent, we will see the first Asian supermodel in ," he says of one of his clients.<br>?<br>The international face of since last year, the Chinese-born model is also the new face for ck accessories, and was the first Asian woman to walk 's runway show.</p><p>Nipping at her heels: from China, whose campaign for launched a few weeks ago; Tao Okamoto of Japan, the face for ; Sun Fei Fei from China, in shows from to Givenchy, and rising South Korean star So Young Kang, who debuted in Chanel's couture show in Paris last summer.</p><p>"There have definitely been more Asians walking the runway the past two seasons and it's just a fact that there's more of a demand for these faces these days," says Gay, whose agency represents six other Asian models.</p><p>"Just like there's a demand for a French-looking face, or an all-American face, there's now a demand for an Asian look."</p><p></p>?<p>Fashion Week 2012 is now more accessible than ever ? from the comfort of your own home. Here’s a guide to where you can see your favorite shows streaming LIVE online.</p><p></p><p>Style.com</p><p>Style.com will be streaming shows from top designers. Log on, find your favorite designer, and watch the show like you’re an editor yourself.</p><p>style.com/video/live-fashion-shows</p><p></p><p>YouTube</p><p>YouTube will have channels devoted to Fashion Week coverage. Follow LiveRunway, which has included designers like , Luca Luca and Cynthia Rowley in the past. LiveRunway is sponsored by IMG and will feature and Milly by Michelle Smith runway shows on their official channel. For more, check out the official Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week channel (MBFashionWeek).</p><p>youtube.com/user/mbfashionweek</p><p>youtube.com/liverunway</p><p></p><p>First Comes Fashion</p><p>First Comes Fashion was created in 2010 to broadcast Fashion Week collections ? sometimes with designer commentary. This season, tune in live to see collections from designers like J Mendel, and .</p><p>firstcomesfashion.com</p><p></p><p>Designer Websites</p><p>Several designers have taken to showcasing their collections on their own retail sites. BCBG Max Azria and Herve Leger will be streaming again on their microsite Runway World and are also on LiveRunway.</p><p>bcbgmaxazriarunway.com</p><p>hervelegerrunway.com</p><p></p><p>Livestream</p><p>Designers including and have created their own channels on the video hosting site. The Associated Press also has a channel, where you can watch both shows and behind-the-scenes news.</p><p>livestream.com/ap_fashion</p><p></p><p>Milk Made</p><p>The Web component of Milk Group ? Milk Studios has been competing with Lincoln Center to host the “it” shows of the season ? will be live-streaming shows from designers including the Blondes.</p><p>livestream.com/macandmilk</p><p></p><p>Facebook</p><p>One more reason to “like” your favorite designers. Brands including Tommy Hilfiger and Hugo Boss will be streaming Fall 2012 runway shows on their Facebook pages.</p><p>facebook.com/events/309031385806051</p><p>facebook.com/tommyhilfiger</p>?<p>The seats were packed at Lincoln Center Sunday, but downtown Manhattan was never far from anyone's mind.</p><p>Designers paid tribute to the 10th anniversary of 9/11 in their own ways: Victoria Beckham held two moments of silence at her morning show, and Diane Von Furstenberg handed out American flags during her finale.</p><p>Before Lela Rose's show of floral prints and feminine silhouettes, John Lennon's "Imagine" played and guests sang along.</p><p>But perhaps the biggest celebration was the clothing itself.</p><p>There was plenty of red, white and blue ? a recurring palette that was no accident ? with pops of yellow and grass green. The sunny outlook came with floppy hats and parasols, and historical references took audiences on a trip through U.S. fashion.</p><p>At DVF, sky-high beehive 'dos were reminiscent of a '60s housewife, and at Thakoon cowboy getups stole the show.</p><p>Tracy Reese's models sashayed in front of a woodland backdrop, but would have looked at home on the boardwalk in Coney Island's golden age. They showed off swimwear while twirling parasols, or stayed cool in jaunty straw hats.</p><p>At DKNY at the Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet space, Donna Karan's models walked to "American Woman" by The Guess Who, and a parked taxi cab and W. 26th St. served as the backdrop. They were exuberant and confident in wide-brimmed hats and bold pinks and purples.</p><p>The message was clear: This spring, it'll be good to be an American woman.</p><p>And especially one in New York.</p><p><br>From left to right: DVF, Christian Siriano, Alexander Wang, Derek Lam. (Getty)</p><p><br>Christopher King, 24, is a fan of simple fashion.</p><p>His straightforward style means never having to worry about mismatched outfits.</p><p>"I really only wear plain solid colors. When everything you have goes together and you wake up in the morning and feel really sleepy, you can reach into your closet and pull out whatever," he laughs.</p><p>As the art director for Melville House Publishing, King, who lives in Prospect Heights, often finds inspiration on the runways.</p><p>"As a graphic designer, I'm interested in what is going on in fashion because the fashion world is first in terms of trends. I like to know what kind of colors or styles other designers are using. It comes back into my work in some way."</p><p>- Patty Lee</p><p>Joanna Hillman, senior market editor Harper's Bazaar, is all about being organized.</p><p>Especially during Fashion Week, when she needs to dress to impress. Already a favorite of fashion blogs who that watch her style, Hillman puts together outfits based partly on her mood and partly on a pre-ordained schedule.</p><p>"It's really about how I feel in the morning and what mood I'm in," she says.</p><p>Recently, for instance, she's been feeling an urge to match similar prints ? from her blouse and trousers to even purses.<br>"I used to hate matchy-matchy when I was younger, but I'm very into it these days."</p><p>So how does she look so impeccable?</p><p>"I plan!" She says. "I really do set aside what I'm going to wear every single day. It's too stressful not to."??</p><p>- David Yi</p>?<p>Discover how your star sign influences your individual style.<br><br>ARIES: Individual Style - Your appearance is important; you fill your closet with the latest fashion trends and love every minute of it. People might mistake you for an Abercrombie and Fitch model at the gym as you reflect an air of confidence wherever you go. Your sporty sense of style needs to be able to keep pace with your energetic personality. Fashion Couture ? Sleek couture that is comfortable will tempt your fashion taste buds. Michael Kors has a clean and contemporary clothing line with the perfect amount of edge. Red Carpet Accessory ? To attract attention, wear the latest bulky wrist watch.<br><br>TAURUS: Individual Style ? When it comes to style, money is not an object. The world's most exclusive clothing labels can be found in your closet as far as the eye can see. You spoil your skin with soft and sumptuous fabric, of only the highest quality. You take pleasure in experimenting with color and bold patterns as long as they aren't too flamboyant. Fashion Couture ? Your style is extravagant, yet classy, and polished. Chanel is a perfect brand name for fashion conscious Taurus. Red Carpet Accessory ? Take a trip to Tiffany and Co., to find a one-of-a-kind pair of brilliant diamond earrings.<br><br>GEMINI: Individual Style - You don't like to make a fuss about brand names or labels, but stay on the forefront of fashion. You like to find distinctive pieces that fit into your budget and suit your ever-changing moods. Comfort and practicality are important but you aren't afraid of color or prints. Fashion Couture ? Slip into a loose fitting, iconic piece by Diane Von Furstenberg that can be worn as several different outfits. Red Carpet Accessory- A colorful handbag or fashionable belt is just what the accessory doctor ordered.<br><br>CANCER: Individual Style - A pair of fashionable jeans with a lightweight silk shirt suits your naturally glamorous style. You like to add a touch of shimmer to your wardrobe, and a hint of cleavage can transform any outfit into something extraordinary. Fashion Couture ?Valentino has a verdant and exclusive couture that will match your stylish taste. Red Carpet Accessory- Unlock the safe deposit box and get ready to put all of your best pieces on display! Drape yourself from top to bottom with delicate pearls and jewels.<br><br>LEO: Individual Style ? You spend big bucks on leather, fur, and high end labels. Self image is important to you, and you enjoy the compliments you gain from looking your best. You are full of confidence and appreciate being the center of attention. Fashion Couture ? John Galliano's fashion collection is known to create a buzz in the industry, and will give you the attention you desire. Red Carpet Accessory- A pair of expensive shoes will polish your already sleek look.<br><br>VIRGO: Individual Style - A proper or conservative vibe is your style of choice. The quality of your clothing is important, however labels are not. A crisp white top and a pair of wrinkle-free pants is a classic style that suits you. Fashion Couture ? Ralph Lauren's collection is casual chic with a high society twist. The design is form fitting, just the way you like it. Red Carpet Accessory- Create an up-to-the minute look by mixing your favorite necklace with a matching bag and cardigan.<br><br>LIBRA: Individual Style - You are known to color coordinate your wardrobe on a daily basis. You like to make a killer first impression, and are not afraid to show a little skin. You strive to look your best and keep your hair, skin, and nails perfectly coiffed. Fashion Couture ? BCBG Max Azria's style has a romantic-urban flare with a celebrity client base to match. Red Carpet Accessory- Accessorize with a pastel handbag, or hair accessory.<br><br>SCORPIO: Individual Style - Risque lingerie, a power skirt suit and anything black are your signature pieces. You have the uncanny ability to turn something simple into something slightly provocative, yet remain classy. Your passion-filled personality carries over to your fashion taste and illustrates your alluring and seductive nature. Fashion Couture ? Dolce and Gabbana is a perfect label for Scorpio, and one thing this line is known for is their aggressive and sexy campaigns that captivate audiences worldwide. Red Carpet Accessory- Reveal a tattoo or diamante drop earrings.<br><br>SAGITTARIUS: Individual Style - You seek a look that is sophisticated yet sassy, but not exaggerated. Slip into a pair of designer jeans and a classic white button-down shirt. Your style is timeless but can take time to create. Make gold or navy blue the essential colors of your wardrobe and you will feel fashionable in anything you put on. Fashion Couture ? Designer Alexander Wang combines a casual downtown style with chic cotton tees and tanks. Red Carpet Accessory ? A modern scarf or a distinguished pair of eyeglasses will add a pinch of panache to your cool look.<br><br>CAPRICORN: Individual Style ? You own a number of timeless luxury fashion pieces, a keystone to your wardrobe. Effortlessly chic with an alluring appeal, you know how to bring out your best features. It is impossible for you to blend in; you can't help but stand out no matter where you are. Fashion Couture ? Safari-chic and high fashion dress shirts look fabulous on you. Yves Saint Laurent embodies high society and innovative flair. Red Carpet Accessory ? A fashionable and functional handbag in a contrast color will add a finishing touch.<br><br>AQUARIUS: Individual Style ? Outrageous accessories found at vintage stores speak to who you are. Garments that represent your eccentric personality allow you to literally wear your personality on your sleeve. You really aren't capable of following a trend, instead you create one! Fashion Couture ? L.A.M.B. by Gwen Stefani is the perfect blend of label influenced attire, and funky casual fashion. Red Carpet Accessory ? Unusual gold, silver, and chrome costume jewelry will highlight your individuality.<br><br>PISCES: Individual Style ? A low neckline, a painted-on pair of jeans, and the combination of lace and sheer fabrics will make an impression. You have an individual style and a knack of combining different looks to make a fashion statement fit for a movie star. Fashion Couture ? Zac Posen is famous for his strong sense of style with unique and sometimes even outlandish pieces. Red Carpet Accessory ? A colorful pair of stilettos will give your look the perfect amount of pizzazz!</p>?<p>Fashion Week kicks off this morning with 's Fall collection but so much of the excitement surrounding the $10 billion industry's biggest event is taking place outside the tents. </p><p>Proof the style spectacular is starting to loosen its exclusivity? Designers like and are, for the first time ever, broadcasting their shows online. opened up tomorrow's Fashion for runway show to the paying public (it's sold out). And even is letting her right hand man serve as judge on "." </p><p>Since the fashion industry in NY employs 175,000 regular folk to get these clothes on racks and into shoppers' hands, letting everybody in on the behind-the-scenes magic is more important now than ever. </p><p>1. ANNA WINTOUR, editor, The British-born but New York-made editor made a slinky appearance on Letterman's couch to promote her career-capping docusoap, "The September Issue," and proved herself yet again the most famous and most powerful person in fashion. Ever. </p><p>2. , designer & CFDA chairwoman DVF still juggles designing her collection with steering fashion's version of the , not to mention the now-annual Fashion's Night Out each September.</p><p>3. , head of Worldwide When it comes to Fashion Week, IMG is the company that runs the shows. And the man with the international plan is Peter Levy, whose runways reach from Bryant Park to , , , , and beyond. </p><p>4. , mayor, When term limits got the boot, the fashion industry must have sighed and rejoiced to see that such a champion of the rag trade remaining part of the fabric of was likely to remain mayor. His new initiative with the CFDA, a fashion incubator for emerging talent, only underscored his loyalty. </p><p>5. , fashion director, For the last six years, Fischelis has steered the stock at the chain's more than 250 stores, tapping into the contacts she gained during gigs as a buyer at and in to update and upgrade. </p><p>6. , dermabrasionist, Christine Chin spa Chin has more actresses and models on speed-dial than : The faces of Gisele, , and all rely on her proprietary dermabrasion machine. In 2010, Chin will launch a line of anti-aging products. </p><p>7. , manager, brand experience marketing, is an expensive operation, and it's money from sponsors that offsets the cost to designers. For the last nine years, Holladay has been wielding Mercedez-Benz' hefty Fashion Week budget (doubtless, editors are sucking up for rides more than ever). </p>?<p>Working in teen magazines for 10 years, it's no wonder new Seventeen editor in chief Ann Shoket is drawn to girlish getups. But heading up a major magazine, her daily duties often call for more conservative costumes.</p><p>"I think that I struggle with the same challenges that every single woman in Manhattan struggles with," she shares. "How do you look cool and great and fun and young and yet at the same time look professional?"</p><p>We caught up with Shoket at Barneys New York the week her first issue hits (on stands now), where a personal shopper sifted out styles that flawlessly fit her busy lifestyle.</p><p>"Because I am 17 on the inside and 34 on the outside, there are times when I need to look younger, and there are corporate meetings where I need to look a little more buttoned up," says Shoket. "I spend all my days looking at cute little junior stuff so it changes the way you think when you go shopping as a grownup."</p><p>Working for an adolescent audience not only sways her buying habits, but the way she runs Seventeen.</p><p>"My mission with the magazine is to make this the fun, confidence-building, interactive, fashion and beauty magazine for teenage girls," Shoket says. "And you can't have fun in the pages of a magazine unless you're having fun working at the magazine. I really have fostered a party atmosphere. We had Red Bull and Oreos at my first staff meeting because I wanted to connect people with that hyper, caffeinated energy of being a teenager."</p><p>And it's no coincidence that Avril Lavigne, who's gone from punk to playful, is splashed across the April issue.</p><p>"Even Avril Lavigne is happy these days," Shoket says. "She used to be so dark and brooding and the queen of smudged eyeliner. She's so happy. She's in love. She's moved beyond the super angsty part of her life. You can hear it in her music."</p><p>Expect to see a prompt on every page of the magazine that leads girls to Seventeen's Web site. It's Shoket's commitment to make the brand interactive, with a more visible online, TV and mobile presence.</p><p>But the former executive editor of CosmoGIRL! hasn't let Seventeen's core content slip from the spotlight.</p><p>"Seventeen is much more fashion- and beauty-focused than CosmoGIRL!," says Shoket. So it's only natural that she drape herself in classy but up-to-date duds.</p><p></p><p>MAGAZINE COVER SHOOT<br>J Brand 914 jeans, $158; Alexander Wang thermal sweater, $345; Mike &amp; Chris leather lambskin jacket, $810.</p><p>"A leather jacket can look harsh on some people, but because [this one is] kind of washed, it softens the whole look with the jeans and the sweater," says Laura Mannix, personal shopper at Barneys New York. "It looks chic and effortless for day. You don't want to look contrived, like you're putting outfits together."</p><p>COCKTAIL PARTY<br>Tucker by Gaby Basora dress, $345; Miu Miu belt, $285; Sigerson Morrison wedges, $450.</p><p>Mannix likens this look to margaritas and summer. "It's perfect for a cocktail party that you're going to from the office," she adds. "The greatest part of this dress is that it's a day look with flip-flops. All you have to do is put on your metallic wedges and spruce it up with a belt and all of a sudden you have this fabulous outfit. It's really feminine and pretty."</p><p>BUSINESS LUNCHEON<br>Helmut Lang jacket, $505; 3.1 Phillip Lim rosette tank, $230.</p><p>"The Helmut Lang suit goes back to that minimalist, very official, simplified clean look," says Mannix. "It's not distracting. It's perfect for a business luncheon. It looks polished, and it looks very, very put together and very crisp with the black and white. Yet, with the rosettes on the tank, there is an element of femininity to what is otherwise a very masculine look. It's a nice balance."</p>?<p>The chance to toss a few more shovels of dirt on the Rangers' season has been wasted by the Islanders. It's up to the Blueshirts now whether their head-to-head meeting Tuesday on Long Island might still have some meaning. The Isles couldn't fully solve Ed Belfour despite a hefty shot advantage, dropping a 5-2 decision to the hated Maple Leafs last night to disappoint the 10th sellout crowd this season at Nassau Coliseum. Goals by Roman Hamrlik and Steve Webb (first) weren't enough for the Isles, who remained six points ahead of the Rangers for the final playoff berth in the Eastern Conference with five games remaining for each team. The Isles' magic number for clinching their second straight postseason berth remains five points entering tomorrow's game against the Devils. The Rangers are slated to play twice before Tuesday's visit to Long Island. Belfour was ever-sturdy in making 37 saves for Toronto, which buried three goals on 15 shots through two periods against Garth Snow before Robert Reichel and Alexander Mogilny (empty-netter) sealed it in the third. There was a distinct playoff feel from the get-go, beginning with a few louts booing the Canadian national anthem despite a taped plea from owner Charles Wang and GM Mike Milbury to be respectful. By the song's end, the remainder of fans had drowned out the boos with loud cheers, which intensified when Isles legend Clark Gillies also offered a live pregame pep talk. Still, Toronto jumped to a 2-0 lead in a physical first period on goals by Alexander Mogilny (4-on-4) and Mats Sundin (power play) by 8:07. Roman Hamrlik's ninth drew the Isles within one barely one minute later, but Tomas Kaberle's power-play blast 4:51 into the second made it 3-1. Webb also was back to his battering-ram ways, earning thunderous chants of his name for dropping Richard Jackman and later drawing a retaliatory slash by Tom Fitzgerald following another hearty check. Webb even added his first goal in 95 games since Oct. 2001 - and his first point this season - with a stuffer at Ed Belfour's left post for a 3-2 game 8:44 into the second. TIES ONE ON: Jason Wiemer scrapped with Tie Domi in first after unpenalized hit-from-behind on Jason Blake. . . . Broadcaster Howie Rose, in eighth year covering Isles, has agreed to multi-year extension.</p>?<p> keeps feeling the love from the fashion world.</p><p>The announced Monday that Mrs. Obama will be honored with a special tribute from the group’s board of directors at its annual awards gala in June.</p><p>“We wanted to acknowledge her in a serious way for her commitment to American fashion,” said CFDA president . A grant also will be established in her name to assist a young fashion company.</p><p>Meanwhile, three designers that Mrs. Obama has been known to wear ? , and ? also received CFDA nominations.</p><p>Rodriguez joins and sisters Laura and of Rodarte as the nominees for womenswear designer of the year, and Wu, Panichgul and are in the running for the Swarovski Award for emerging talent in women’s fashion.</p><p>Jacobs, already one of the industry’s favorite sons, continued to rack up his own accolades as a nominee once again in accessory design and as the winner of the international designer award for his work at . (Jacobs splits his time between the Vuitton label, headquartered in , and his own signature collection, which is shown in .)</p><p>“He’s a pioneer as an American in ,” Kolb said.</p><p> is to receive the lifetime achievement award named for the late .</p><p>The ceremony is moving this year from the to , which will also become the Fashion Week hub next year. Mrs. Obama will receive an invitation, but Kolb was unsure if she’d attend.</p><p>“We’ll do whatever we can to get her here, but the award isn’t about getting her to come,” he said.</p>?<p>Celebrity designers, 's hottest actors, top models and musicians - the city will be buzzing with fun parties?Thursday for Fashion's Night Out.</p><p>And you're invited! </p><p>From 6 to 11, over 300 retailers across the five boroughs will host events to support the global initiative intended to boost consumer confidence and celebrate fashion.</p><p>Fashionistas can rub elbows with the likes of , and , while celeb gawkers can vie for photo ops with film stars like .</p><p>Even Vogue editor in chief and FNO mastermind will meet and greet fans.</p><p>So dust off the camera: Here's the who's who list and where they'll be.</p><p>Where to spot fashion royalty</p><p> creates unique paintings for customers (for a price, of course) at from 5 to 6 p.m. Stick around, as "" host ? conducts a cookoff between designers , and from 6 to 7. Time for a drink? Guest bartenders Mary-Kate and serve cocktails and appetizers from 7 to 8. editor at large hosts a game show featuring designer Donna Karan and stylist from 8 to 9. Designer/mogul answers questions from fans at 9. If you hang out long enough, you may catch celeb appearances by , and . 754 Fifth Ave. at 58th St. </p><p>Queen and company</p><p>Anna Wintour signs autographs for the first 50 customers in line at the Queens Center store. Also, see designer and "" judge and some cast members from the Broadway musical "Hair" stop by to perform. 5 p.m.; 90-01 Queens Blvd., Queens. makes a special appearance at Macy's . And don't miss top designer , who shows off her diffusion line Rachel and greets shoppers. Enjoy special makeover events all night and a performance by the Michael Fredo Jazz Trio. 6 to 7 p.m.; 151 34th St. at Broadway.</p><p>Hipster heaven</p><p> stops in at DKNY to deejay and customers receive complimentary sweets and champagne. 9 to 11 p.m.; 655 Madison Ave. at 60th St. Hasidic rapper performs at 's flagship store. 8 to 11 p.m.; 610 Fifth Ave. at 50th St. The Misshapes perform a deejay set at the Versace store, which also serves free vodka martinis while customers view a collection designed by celebs like and , to name a few. 6 to 11 p.m.; 647 Fifth Ave. between 51st and 52nd Sts.</p>?<p>TAMPA - The fish practically were jumping into boats this summer at the Minnesota lake where Mark Parrish spends his offseasons, but the Islanders' winger felt like the only one not catching many of them. "It was just the way the whole year went for me," Parrish said. An unproductive 2000-01 hockey season led to a similar summer for Parrish, but he expects that to change after the Isles reeled in two big catches this offseason - centers Alexei Yashin and Michael Peca. Parrish, who totaled just 16 goals during the team's dead-last finish last season, was among the most excited of the Isles' returning players for last night's season opener against the Lightning. "From the second I heard about the trades, I couldn't wait to get on the ice and I think a lot of guys feel that way," Parrish said. "Nothing worked for anybody here last year, but I definitely expected much better offensive output from myself.</p><p>" Injuries limited Parrish to 70 games last season after he was obtained with Oleg Kvasha from Florida in the ballyhooed trade of stud goalie prospect Roberto Luongo. Parrish, 24, who totaled three goals and two assists in seven preseason games, was expected to skate last night on coach Peter Laviolette's second forward line with Peca and fellow newcomer Shawn Bates. "You can sense the changes in the locker room, it feels 10 times better than last year," Parrish said. "I think we should make the playoffs; there's no reason (we won't) be in the hunt. I know that's something we said last year, too, but I think guys really believe it now.</p><p>" Peca pumped: Laviolette, behind the bench for his first NHL game as a head coach, noted the usually cool Peca was "shaking in anticipation" for his first NHL game after sitting out all of last season in Buffalo as an unsigned free agent. "I'm really excited. I haven't played an NHL game since the (2000 playoffs) against Philadelphia (almost) two years ago. I can't wait for the first shift," Peca said. . . . Tampa captain Vincent Lecavalier signed a four-year, $10.</p><p>2 million contract Thursday, but wasn't in the lineup. . . . Laviolette dressed seven defensemen, including Czech rookie Radek Martinek and 29-year-old European import Marko Kiprusoff. Veteran D Ken Sutton and wingers Steve Webb and Alexander Kharitonov were healthy scratches. . . . Owners Charles Wang and Sanjay Kumar and their families flew here yesterday for the game. . . . Legendary Isles coach Al Arbour, a Florida retiree, also was in attendance. . . . Singer Joan Jett, who is from Long Island, will perform prior to the Oct. 13 home opener vs. Detroit at 5:30 p.</p><p>m. at the Coliseum Box Office Plaza.</p>?<p>The could be the kings of in a few years, but?Tuesday night they fell just short again of being Kings of their current castle.</p><p>The Isles, who continue to attract public attention from potential suitors off the ice, dropped their third straight close game on it following a four-game winning streak with a 4-3 shootout loss to at . </p><p>"We're playing a lot better hockey and competing every night," rookie said. "But it's still a loss, any way you look at it." </p><p> forced a 3-3 tie with a rebound conversion on the power play with 13:19 remaining in regulation. And was the lone scorer in the shootout, beating , whose 36 saves included a handful on another Los Angeles power play in overtime. </p><p>Still, turned to three young forwards - Okposo, and - in the shootout with future seasons clearly in mind. </p><p>"They're going to be the guys of the future," Gordon said. "They're going to be the guys taking the shots. There's nothing like the present to get some experience." </p><p>Or to discuss the franchise's long-term future beyond its hockey operations. </p><p>The Daily News reported Tuesday that the is considering a long-shot bid to lure the Isles from . The move would be part of redevelopment plans, including a convention center, for the auto-body shops near , to coincide with the Isles' current Coliseum/SMG lease running out in 2015. </p><p>Isles owner had no comment through a team spokesman, but he continues to haggle with the Town of for approval of the Lighthouse Project to renovate the Coliseum and to develop its surrounding acreage. </p><p>If nothing else, public interest from Queens will provide Wang a local option as leverage in negotiations after the Isles previously announced last month they will hold 2009 training camp in . They'll also play a September exhibition against the Kings in - another city expressing interest in acquiring an franchise. </p><p>OFF THE MARK: All-Star (shoulder) missed his third straight game but might return Wednesday night in . Center Nate Thompson will be out 4-to-6 weeks with a shoulder injury. , and scored in regulation.</p>?<p>Jenni (JWoWW) Farley played hide and chic with a new man at in , L.I., on Sunday. A source says the well-endowed "Jersey Shore" star, who split from fiance/manager last month, brought the new dude shoe-shopping with her to , but took evasive action when fans brought out cameras. We hear the Jersey girl and her new piece of man candy, who our witness says is "really tan with lots of tattoos" and muscles, hid in a shoe-store stockroom. She ended up buying some black over-the-knee boots and multicolored "Carissa G" sparkly heels.</p><p>, are you listening? At Sunday's Special Evening for dinner at Monkey Bar, was overheard telling her pal that she prefers the music and decor of Le Bain at Balazs Standard Hotel to its sister club, which is now called the Top of the Standard. Campbell attended the event to present an award to filmmaker , but had to leave immediately after her speech to catch a flight to to attend Monday's memorial for . While she's across the pond, we hear Campbell will be reprising the interpretative panther dance she first performed at the Dolce &amp; Gabbana boutique on . She'll do encores in London, and to raise money for her Fashion for Relief charity.</p><p>Chef isn't one for subtlety when it comes to his playboy lifestyle. After bailing on bride-to-be last fall, he's been seen about town with many lovely ladies ? sometimes many lovely ladies at once. Most recently, tipsters tell us, the 50-year-old foodie was spotted dining at the West Village's Flex Mussels with not one but four young blond beauties. To make things even more obvious, he dined on a plate of oysters. Take it easy, Todd. Even likes the occasional night in with .</p><p>Kings and princesses and Presidents, oh my! 's Auction House has added 's Swan Lake Suite necklace to its Friday public auction at Park Avenue Armory. The necklace, constructed by crown jewelers Garrard with 214 diamonds and seven South Sea pearls, was worn by Diana at her last official engagement, at the on June 3, 1997. We hear it's expected to sell for $1.5 million to $2 million.</p><p>If that's a little rich for you, Guernsey's also will be auctioning what it claims is the only baseball in the world signed by six Presidents: , , , and both George Bushes.</p>?<p>Instead of just gawking at the high-end designs that were worn at Monday night's Museum of Art's , fashion enthusiasts have the chance to own their own piece of couture.<br><br>In addition to co-sponsoring the star-studded event, the teamed up with some of today's hottest young designers to dress a slew of celebrity attendees, including , and .<br><br>"I had the opportunity to meet some of the most amazing talent in the world today like , Rodarte, and Thakoon," Gap Executive Vice President of Global Design Patrick Robinson told . "The collaboration wasn't me going to them and saying ‘I want you to make dresses for Gap.' It was really ‘I want you to make dresses for these women that we're all going to talk about and work on but I want you to express yourself and express what your brand is about.'" <br><br>Alba, who looked retro chic in a pink Sophie Theallet for Gap dress, applauded the designer for being able to make "chic fashion affordable and accessible."<br><br>"" actress also donned a Sophie Theallet creation, while Kirsten Dunst and model wore Rodarte for Gap dresses. Singer M.I.A. and were dressed in Alexander Wang for Gap designs, and model choose Thakoon for Gap.<br><br>Also wearing a Thakoon for Gap dress, Washington gushed about the designer's "unique vision for the whimsical with Gap's all-American cool." <br><br>Though the eight dresses won't be stocked in stores, they will go up for sale during Gap's silent auction from May 5 until May 31 at . During this time, they will be on display at Gap's Fifth Avenue pop-up shop in .<br><br>Proceeds on the auction will be donated to fund The Met's Costume Institute.</p>?<p> - may have more than a dozen to his name, but fear of the fashion world turned the rapper, singer and music producer extraordinaire into a nervous wreck on Saturday, as he debuted his new luxury clothing line.</p><p>He was right to worry: The fashion industry is notoriously catty and, even though West had been a front-row regular at fashion shows for years, it had greeted the news that he was planning to launch his own line with raised eyebrows, preemptively consigning him to the same category of celebrity designers as the likes of and her leggings.</p><p>But West proved nay-sayers wrong with his slick collection of sexy, hard-edged looks that were hands-down better - in terms of design and construction - than much of what's been shown during the first five days of Paris' spring-summer 2012 ready-to-wear collections.</p><p>Attended by the creme de la creme of the fashion world and a sprinkling of celebrities, including Lohan herself, West's debut was THE event of , and it stole the thunder from Saturday's other shows.</p><p> can usually be counted on to deliver a real fashion spectacle, but Saturday's show was strangely plodding and staid. With Paris in the grips of a freak heat wave, the venue became an sort of inferno and the show's hour-late start turned the whole thing into a sort of Chinese torture, redeemed only by the beauty of the clothes.</p><p>Usually Viktor &amp; Rolf collections are exercises in an almost ostentatious creativity, but Saturday's display was less about over-the-top experimentation than detail. But outrageousness had not completely deserted the building: The models took to the catwalk from beneath a giant pleated skirt the size of a giant teepee.</p><p>'s reigning queen of knitwear, , was also more subdued than usual, though her pleated culottes and relaxed pant suits in creamy whites and yellows were as still sporty and fun as usual.</p><p><br>Looks from West's runway. (Dominique Charriau/; Pascal Le Segretain/Getty)</p><p>It was as if 's were in touch with the weather gods: With the Indian summer beating down on , her tropical themed separates felt spot-on. Looks from West's runway show.</p><p>Australian-born designer 's was one of those collections where you coveted simply everything. The wide-legged trousers in canary silk jersey; the halter tops in graphic black and white prints; the maxi-dresses hung with floor-length strips, like seaweed. It was a great collection and among the strongest shows of the day.</p>?<p>, man of many talents, man of many moods.<br></p><p>When we caught Kayne West in the morning, alone outside the tents, it seemed his usual title of demanding diva did not apply. <br></p><p>Maybe it’s because the rapper wants to get into fashion. Maybe it’s because he’s focused on his blog. Maybe he just likes to mingle with the populace. But the sight of the pint-sized hip-hopper all by his lonesome on the sidewalk outside the men’s show Sunday afternoon baffled showgoers. How do you react to the uber-famous Kanye when there’s no publicist, posse or security toughs in sight?<br></p><p>“Hey, man, will you read my blog?” offered one hipster. “I’m from ,” said an attractive blond, “We should get you on the cover.” Kanye shrugged. “I didn’t like the cover shot you used the last time,” he shot back. “I wanted something dead-on into the camera. If I do it again I’m going to need final approval.”<br></p><p>By the time he turned up to Y-3 an hour later ? everything had changed.<br></p><p>“I don’t want to do any press,” he kept repeating to event staffers. When a reporter from magazine tried to grab him as he sauntered around backstage, the rap titan smiled, shook her hand, refused to say a word, and was swiftly saved by a pal who escorted him not only out of the area, but out of the building. <br></p><p>“I hope he hasn’t left for good,” one panicked worker mumbled under his breath. Another barked into her walkie-talkie, “Kanye said he’s talked too much today! If you see media people, keep them away from him!”<br></p><p>Just as the lights were dimming in the Pier 40 venue, an enclave of hipsters rushed forward with West in the middle. As his oddly dressed entouragians raised their hands to block video cameras, West took his seat. <br></p><p>After the show, West asked to try on a jacket he saw on the runway, but didn’t take it because “this isn’t an XL.” Then he proceeded to dodge more photographers. <br></p><p>We’d like to think that maybe all the ducking and diving away from attention was because he was ashamed of his haircut, but we’re onto West. A ducktail of ’fro puff at the back of his neck is probably his own design for Fall/Winter 2009.<br></p><p>Seen and heard<br></p><p>Newly single put all rumors of a reunion with ex to rest on Valentine’s Day by celebrating her single-girl solidarity with a gal pal. The “” starlet enjoyed early morning mimosas with a female friend backstage at the W Lounge and toasted, “Here’s to being single . . . . My one true love right now is fashion!”? Hewitt was also spotted on Sunday snapping photos of hot male models at the Nicholas K show. <br><br> definitely isn’t preggers again. “I designed a little black dress for her to wear in recently,” designer told us Sunday at her presentation, adding, “There were no alterations made for a preganancy.” Also there was an apologetic who told Acra, “I felt awful staring at your live models like animals!” ?<br><br> getting to crack a smile at show . . . walking in to the Waverly Inn with a twentysomething blond on each arm. . . . and stepping out as a new couple at Lavo in on Valentine’s Day. <br><br>Wicked whisper:? </p><p>Which celeb chef’s wife mans his reservation stand while he secretly slips out the back door with his girlfriend? <br></p>?<p>Is headed for the poorhouse? Short answer: no. But the actress may soon be “stockpiling” Benjamins now that she doesn’t have Tom Cruise’s $250M fortune to fall back on, according to a well-placed source.</p><p>The insider says Holmes’ “people are putting the word out she’s willing to do paid appearances and just seeing what opportunities come to her.” But she won’t come cheap: Although a second source can’t say what it’ll cost to book Holmes, 33 ? rates vary per event ? “[an appearance] could be around six figures.”</p><p>A source close to Holmes’ agency confirms, “She was approached by Hilfiger for a Fashion Show appearance and she passed (and) she was approached by a liquor company and she passed.” The Holmes source says companies see Holmes as more approachable since her split from Cruise, but she’s not personally involved in any corporate courtships.</p><p>“Katie never did this before her split with Tom,” the first insider says. Popping into parties isn’t the only way Holmes could pocket extra cash. “Brands (want) Katie to wear their clothing for money, and then she’ll get photographed in it,” says our first source, who adds at least one retailer already has Holmes in their duds, though our Holmes source isn’t aware of any such deal. Holmes reportedly receives $400,000 a year in child support, along with expenses, for their 6-year-old daughter, Suri, until she turns 18. Not that Holmes will be clipping coupons.</p><p>It was announced Thursday the former “Dawson’s Creek” actress will be the first celeb face of Bobbi Brown when the 2013 Spring campaign launches ? a deal that will reportedly earn her between $2M and $3M. Wednesday, Holmes shows her Holmes &amp; Yang collection for Fashion Week. A rep for Holmes had no comment.</p><p>THAT IRRITATINGPARIS HILTON</p><p>Go figure.</p><p>SCARJO DENIES REIGNITING OLD FLAME</p><p>Scarlett Johanssonappeared to be going “forward” with ex-boyfriend Jared Leto at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., Thursday. But her rep released a statement saying this isn’t change you should believe in. “Scarlett is still dating Nate [Naylor],” her rep claims, adding, “This is very innocent.” The News has previously reported ScarJo and Leto, who dated in 2004, have stayed close since her divorce from actor Ryan Reynolds in late 2010.</p>?<p>Kevin Smith isn’t writing a tell-all, but he is spilling about the A-listers he has worked with. </p><p>The director, who’s shooting “A Couple of Dicks” with , revealed that he and didn’t exactly see eye to eye while filming “Catch and Release” in 2006.</p><p>“Jennifer does not share the same sense of humor as me ? she did not like my jokes,” Smith said during the “Silent Bob Speaks” chat at on Wednesday night. “I was picking on [Jen’s husband] and making fun of him because I’ve known him for a really long time ? I was talking smack ? and Jennifer goes, ‘You know, if you keep saying stuff about him, I’m going to kick your a?.’ And she could ? I’ve seen ‘Alias.’ She has a real girly sense of humor and didn’t understand that I was kidding.” </p><p>The portly Smith, who first directed Affleck in 1995’s “Mallrats,” continued, “I remember talking to Ben and being like, ‘I know your lady is not finding me amusing. Ben, I’ve known you for years, and you are far sicker than I am!’ His jokes are way dirtier than mine. He’s made jokes to me, and I’ve been like, ‘Ben, you need to go to church.’”</p><p>All kidding aside, Smith clearly has a lot of affection for Affleck. </p><p>“Ben is one of the most intelligent people on the planet,” he said. “He will run for office and one day be President, and then we’ll smoke a joint in the . He’s very well-spoken and been brought up extremely well, but he’s filthy!”</p><p>Smith also chatted about his love for the late and for Willis, who he says has “been in literally every cop movie ever made.” He added ? rather randomly ? that he’d save ’s life over ’s or ’, and went on to profess his admiration for comedy king of the moment .</p><p>“Seth is on top of the world. He has nine movies going on ? all of them with [Judd] Apatow,” Smith said of his “Zack and Miri” star. “I was like, ‘Seth, you changed my definition of success ? you are a functioning stoner.’”</p><p>WHITNEY IS KEEPING HER NEW ALBUM TOP SECRET? ? even from her family! “I haven’t heard anything from it yet,” the diva’s cousin confided at a event. “Whitney has been saying, ‘You’re going to hear it when everyone else does.’ It’s killing me!” As for a future duet, Warwick said, “Absolutely. It’s inevitable.” </p><p>IF WERE STRANDED on a desert island, he’d want to be with his “” co-star . “Tracy’s so rich that he’d have a cell phone that would work even on a deserted island, and he would be able to call over a big cruise ship,” Friedlander said before performing at Carolines. “Then we’d go on the cruise ship and just party with hot chicks the whole time.”</p><p>SEEN & HEARD<br>Designers and dancing until the wee hours at The Gates. ... and his “Remember Me” co-star smoking cigarettes outside of Freemans. ... Mommy-to-be hosting a ladies’ lunch at the roof deck.</p><p>WICKED WHISPERS:? Which music mogul looks at himself in the mirror every morning and recites an ode to his greatness?</p>?<p> knows how to throw a party.</p><p>To mark the end of New York Fashion Week and fete “Fame,” her first fragrance, Gaga invited her famous friends to watch her sleep.</p><p>She arrived to the black-tie masquerade around 6:30 p.m., bypassing the red carpet where reporters weren’t expecting her for another hour. According to a source Gaga was fashionably early because she wanted to prepare for her performance art piece, “Sleeping with Gaga.”</p><p>Around 9 p.m. she climbed into some sort of egg/claw combo that allowed partygoers, including Paris Hilton and Marc Jacobs, to stick their fingers through a hole in the installation and touch her as she “slept.” Gaga emerged from the egg at 9:45 p.m. when assistants stripped her down to lingerie and thigh highs.</p><p>She crawled back inside with a tattoo artist who inked a cherub looking suspiciously like Honey Boo Boo on her neck for all to see on a big-screen TV.</p><p>Mother Monster has said she wants her perfume to smell “like an expensive hooker,” and said that blood and semen “is in the perfume, but it doesn’t smell like it.”</p><p>Confidenti@l has learned exclusively that Gaga was very strict when it came to invites for her Thursday night party at the Guggenheim celebrating her foray into fragrance with “Fame.”</p><p>“She personally decided who got the nod for invitations and who couldn’t come,” says an ultra-insider. Although the songstress has been busy with her “Born This Way” tour and a new album, “she’s really hard-working and took this upon herself,” says our source. The party “is important to her.”</p><p>The fashion-forward few approved for the soiree, hosted by celebrity photographers Nick Knight and Steven Klein (who directed Gaga’s “Alejandro” music video), included Alexander Wang, Rachel Zoe, Alexandra Richards and Yoko Ono.</p><p></p><p>USA’S BEST, LOCHTE &amp; CULPO, GET CLOSE</p><p>Ryan Lochte was “really affectionate” toward Miss USA Olivia Culpo at Wednesday’s Grey Goose-sponsored EleVen by Venus Williams fashion show, according to a source.</p><p>“They sat next to each other and were really flirty,” observed the insider. “He kept telling her how beautiful she was.”</p><p>We hear Culpo is “playing it safe” with Lochte, but was “thrilled” when the swimmer told E!, “She’s beautiful. I love hanging out with her. She has a great sense of humor.”</p><p>Later that night, Lochte and Culpo attended Us Weekly’s “25 Most Stylish New Yorkers” launch at STK in Midtown, but didn’t spend much time together there.</p><p>“I really want to sit next to him,” Culpo said, as she tried to get through the crowd.</p><p>Alas, Lochte’s stay was brief. He headed to SL sans Culpo and left solo. This wasn’t the first time since they met at a Four Seasons party last Wednesday that the genetically blessed pair have been spotted together. They also hit Sherri Hill’s Friday fashion show and later partied at 1Oak.</p><p>CHUNG’S BRIT BEAT</p><p>Alexa Chung can’t shake British rockers. After belting out “Sympathy for the Devil” at Chez Andre for the Fashion Week elite ? including Olivier Theyskens and supermodel Anouck Lepere ? Chung split for Cabin Down Below, where Confidenti@l sat with her alongside members of Florence and the Machine and rising rock band Spector, with whom Flo is touring. Chung, who dated Alex Stevens of Arctic Turner until last year, left the subterranean haunt around 3 a.m.</p><p>MILES MAY GO FAR</p><p>Musician Miles Robbins, the 20-year-old son of Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins, may have found a well-connected manager: his mom. “I’m very hands on,” Sarandon told Confidenti@l at the “Arbitrage” premiere at Walter Reade Theater. “I mean I’m definitely there all the time. Does that make me a stage mom? Maybe.” Miles’ unsigned folk band Pow Pow is in talks with the French Kiss record label.</p><p>STRUTHERS’ DUI BUST</p><p>Sally Struthers appeared to be all in the bottle Wednesday night. The “All in the Family” actress and spokeswoman for Childfund International was arrested for DUI in Maine at 12:30 a.m. Thursday morning, according to local news station WLBZ. She posted $160 bail and was released from jail. A rep for the actress says, “We deny these charges.”</p><p>THE EFRON-TERY!</p><p>You would think Zac Efron could afford his own smokes. On Wednesday, Confidenti@l was standing outside Monkey Bar taking a break from the Piaget-sponsored “Arbitrage” premiere after-party when Zefron asked, “Hey, you mind if I bum a cigarette?” After a few drags, he rejoined stars , Susan Sarandon and Brit Marling inside.</p><p>PINK IS OUT OF FASHION</p><p>Proenza Schouler picked the wrong rocker to play its Irving Plaza after-party Wednesday. Around midnight, a burned-out-looking Ariel Pink took the stage in a glittery dress. The super-arty singer seemed a better fit for a Bushwick loft than big fashion parties. Jessica Alba, Kate Bosworth, Erin Heatherton and other guests at the Belvedere-sponsored bash were not into it. “If you don’t like it you can leave!” Pink snarled at the crowd. “You’re so rude.” Confidenti@l spotted the A-listers filing out before the band finished.</p><p>BABS SINGS AT MEMORIAL</p><p>Barbra Streisand will perform at a memorial service honoring her longtime collaborator, the late Marvin Hamlisch, at the Juilliard School Tuesday night. Among the other greats set to take the stage are Aretha Franklin, Liza Minnelli, Itzhak Perlman, Lang Lang, Michael Feinstein, Chris Botti, Maria Friedman, Brian d’Arcy James, Carter Brey, former cast members of “A Chorus Line” and cast members of “The Nutty Professor.” Scholarships in honor of the composer and conductor, who died last month, also will be announced.</p><p>RASSI DOES THE BUMP</p><p>What sucker punch? Milk Studios founder Mazdack Rassi got a little bruised at the Alexander Wang bash, but it wasn’t because of bad blood, as was widely reported. “Everybody made such a big deal about it,” the black-eyed Rassi told Confidenti@l at Chez Andre. “We were just dancing and an elbow hit me. I’m totally okay.” He went on to mingle with the crowd, which included actor Stephen Dorff.</p><p>BON JOVI ON TOUR</p><p>Rocker Jon Bon Jovi and a few pals grabbed lunch at Lure Seafood Restaurant Thursday, then wandered around SoHo just being regular dudes. “They were goofing around,” said an onlooker. “He was in a great mood, laughing with his friends.”</p><p>MISSING A SISTER ACT</p><p>“Venus and Serena” premiered Wednesday at the Toronto Film Festival ? minus Venus and Serena Williams. “I was here working late last night on the show, so unfortunately, there was a schedule conflict ? I had to be here,” Venus told Confidenti@l at Thursday’s launch for her EleVen clothing line. She denied a Los Angeles Times report claiming she and her sister boycotted the debut because of how the film portrayed their dad. “I’m in full support of the documentary,” she said.</p><p>AJ CAN GIVE DIRECTIONS</p><p>After hosting Duracell Powermats at Jay-Z’s 40/40 club Wednesday, Backstreet Boy AJ McClean told Confidenti@l he’s met members of One Direction, but wouldn’t tell the boy band du jour which way to go. “We don’t really want to give any kind of advice other than stick to your own path and be true to yourself,” says the 34-year-old song-and-dance man. The Backstreet Boys perform Friday at Old Navy’s 4 p.m. Bryant Park fashion show.</p><p>GERE CHANGES HIS ACT</p><p>Richard Gere’s an American gigolo no more. When Whoopi Goldberg introduced him to real estate guru Barbara Corcoran at ABC’s studios, where he was taping an episode of “Good Morning America” Tuesday, a source says Corcoran unabashedly asked Gere, “Is there any chance you would sleep with me? I’m old, but I’m pretty good in bed.” We hear the actor chuckled and replied, “I don’t think so.” Gere and Corcoran are both 63. Gere’s wife, Carey Lowell, is 51.</p><p>Contact Confidenti@l:</p><p>Carson Griffith: cgriffith@nydailynews.com</p><p>Brian Niemietz: bniemietz@nydailynews.com</p><p>Lisa Lang: llang@nydailynews.com</p><p>Nate Freeman: nfreeman@nydailynews.com</p><p>Follow us on Twitter: @nycConfidential</p>?<p>Rupert, who?</p><p> was all smiles as she stepped out with a mystery man in London Monday night, the follies of her husband Rupert Sanders' affair clearly in a land far, far away.</p><p>Ross, 33, stunned in a fur coat and leather pants as she and her gentleman companion wandered toward the Groucho Club in London's Soho neighborhood, and the British model could hardly stop grinning as paparazzi snapped her photo.</p><p>Her wedding ring was noticeably absent from her left hand.</p><p>This isn't the first time that Ross has stepped out into the public following her husband's affair with much-younger , however.</p><p>Ross in New York earlier this month, strutting her stuff in a white hooded pullover and pencil skirt that accentuated her long legs and striking bone structure.</p><p>In July, Stewart, 22, and Sanders, 41, both admitted to having an affair, issuing apologies to their respective partners and the public.</p><p>&quot;I am utterly distraught about the pain I have caused my family,&quot; Sanders said in a statement at the time. &quot;My beautiful wife and heavenly children are all I have in this world.</p><p>&quot;I love them with all my heart. I am praying that we can get through this together.&quot;</p><p>It is not clear whether Ross has decided to give their marriage another chance, though Robert Pattinson has reportedly decided to reconcile with Stewart, according to tabloid reports.</p><p>&quot;Rob can see how truly sorry Kristen is and has totally forgiven her,&quot; The Sun reports. &quot;They really do love each other.&quot;</p><p>jchen@nydailynews.com</p>?<p>LiLo is laying low. Lindsay Lohan wasn't reported in any front rows this past weekend, but she has been making the rounds. On Saturday afternoon, Kim Kardashian tweeted that she spent the day shopping with the jailbird. And later that night, an insider tells us the native dined at The Lion with "four or five friends, upstairs in the private room so no one could see her."</p><p>She capped it off at the Standard's Boom Boom Room, where she held court until after 2 a.m. with a group of gal pals.</p><p> didn't really need his pal M.I.A to perform at his spring collection soiree on Saturday. Privileged party goers were plenty distracted by the carousel, bumper cars and cotton candy at the carnival-themed party, which took up almost an entire Chelsea block at 10 Ave. and 17th St.</p><p>But the singer's presence set off rumors that she would take the mic until she shot them down. "Today's my day off!" she told us, then ran off to congratulate Wang on his show, leaving her future hubby and baby daddy, 's heir , to show off pictures of the couple's 19-month son Ikhyd Edgar Arular Bronfman to a group of fashionistas tottering around on their stilettos. "He's huge! He's pouring drinks now!" Brewer said of his son before leaving a hefty $60 tip at the bar for his two free beverages.</p><p>A little more planning needs to go into the party portion of 's next collection. The designer turned up his nose at the menu for his own Bertolli foods-sponsored fete at the tents on Saturday.</p><p>The shindig featured dishes devised by contest winners using Bertolli's brand of sausage, but Posen, dapper in a hot-pink lace jacket, seemed to think the idea was the wurst. "I need something vegetarian," he said, and left the party too early to get a tiny cone of meat-free gelato.</p><p>It was a veritable beauty pageant at jeweler Gilan's Fifth Ave. store on Fashions Night Out with (2010) , Miss Massachusetts (2009) and modeling and Gilan's gems.</p><p>The Vision Vodka and -sponsored night benefited the of FIT (), which celebrated 's birthday earlier in the day with board members and Jean Shafiroff.</p><p>Reality definitely doesn't bite when you're . Word circulating about the designer's secretive show at his Madison Ave. boutique Sunday night was that Ford was showing his clothes on "real" women. Among the Average Josephines who participated were , , and . Women so stunning, even Ford joked he was "turned straight."</p>?Mary-Kate Olsen’s bohemian, bag-lady look may get slammed by fashion police. But it has just been praised by the country’s top designers. <br><br>The 23-year-old mini-mogul, along with twin sister Ashley, joins New York-based designers Alexander Wang and Jason Wu as some of the newest members of the Council of Fashion Designers of America. <br><br>The Olsens were among 31 designers inducted into the couture cathedral this year. “We are proud to welcome these 31 new members into the CFDA family and we are excited to add such a variety of creative talent to our ranks,” CFDA executive director Steven Kolb said in the Tuesday announcement. <br><br>The twins are honored for their clothing lines, Elizabeth and James (named for the twins’ sister and brother), and The Row, a high-end fashion line inspired by London's Savile Row. The nod is a sign of respect among the industry, which normally frowns upon celebrities making a second career as designers. <br><br>The ladies may have CFDA president Diane Von Furstenberg to thank directly for the honor.<br><br>Furstenberg dressed the attention-grabbing pair for The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala last year.?<p>A who's who of Hollywood and fashion elite hit the red carpet to celebrate the annual Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala Benefit.<br><br>The theme for Monday night's event was "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" to coincide with an elaborate new museum exhibition that highlights the work of the late designer, who committed suicide in February 2010 at age 40.<br><br>"I miss him terribly, not only as a person but as a designer," said a visibly emotional Madonna, who was wearing an icy blue gown by Stella McCartney.<br><br>"I think the fashion business is a little bit dull without him and I loved his provocative punk rock attitude. I think his designs were brilliant. I think he was brilliant. And I hope he's having fun wherever he is right now," she said.</p><p></p><p>Designer Rachel Roy chose her own gown for the event with McQueen in mind. She said she picked a more refined design to showcase that part of his personality.<br><br>"I wanted to show his more ethereal side," she said.</p><p>Many celebrities who attend the Met gala are escorted by the designer who dressed them. Blake Lively, in a goddess gown, was on the arm of Karl Lagerfeld, Diana Agron in a flame-red halter was with Michael Kors, and Gilles Mendel arrived with Taylor Swift, wearing a champagne-colored gown with black lace trim.<br><br>Sarah Jessica Parker, who once attended the annual Met event with McQueen as her date, chose a McQueen-label, beaded, high-neck gown in a champagne color.<br><br>Francois-Henri Pinault, chief executive of luxury conglomerate PPR, and his wife, Salma Hayek, served as the event's honorary chairs. McCartney, Colin Firth and Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour were vice chairs.</p><p>Diane Kruger (l.) showed a lot of leg in a Jason Wu dress, Madonna (c.) wore a blue Stella McCartney gown, and Jennifer Lopez (r.) opted for a hot pink Gucci concoction. (Peter Kramer/AP; Dimitrios Kambouris/FilmMagic; Kevin Mazur/WireImage)</p><p>Sarah Burton, now the top designer at McQueen (who famously wardrobed Kate Middleton on her wedding day), wore a flowy white gown with a jeweled waist.<br><br>Others who walked the red carpet included Jennifer Lopez and husband Marc Anthony, both in Gucci; Burberry-clad couple Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough; Gwyneth Paltrow in a statuesque crystal-covered Stella McCartney gown; Penelope Cruz in a black tiered Oscar de la Renta; Jessica Alba in a shimmery, strapless gold Ralph Lauren; and Fergie in an embroidered platinum number with a flared mermaid hemline by Marchesa.</p><p>Jennifer Hudson's smoke-gray, tissue-weight ballgown was by Vera Wang, and Christina Hendricks' off-the-shoulder, ombre rust gown was by Carolina Herrera.<br><br>Donna Karan made Ashley Greene a one-of-a-kind blush tulle strapless gown with fishbone-pattern beads; and Kristen Stewart wore a crimson-colored column gown by Proenza Schouler with black embroidery.<br><br>Rumer Willis, wearing a black feather-and-bead gown by Badgley Mischka, said she was most looking forward to chatting with her mother, Demi Moore, once they got inside. But they didn't coordinate their outfits.<br><br>A reporter asked who designed Moore's dress: "You know I don't actually know," Willis said with a laugh.<br><br>Turns out, Moore had picked Prabal Gurung's ostrich feather-covered gown. Her McQueen-spirited feather headpiece was by his longtime collaborator Philip Treacy.<br><br>The "Savage Beauty" exhibit will be on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art starting Wednesday through July 31.</p>?<p>A Brooklyn jury convicted an Egyptian businessman yesterday of trying to hire a hit man to take out his wife and her 93-year-old father. Mohamed Khadry was arrested last June after he was caught on tape making a deal to whack his wife, Marilyn, and her father for nearly $500,000 in inheritance money and assets. The hit man he tried to hire turned out to be an undercover detective. Khadry was convicted on two counts of conspiracy to commit murder and two counts of solicitation to commit murder. Beverley Wang Admit kickbacks Seven school custodians have pleaded guilty to accepting kickbacks and rigging bids, and agreed to pay $50,000 in restitution, the special commissioner of investigation said yesterday. The seven workers got kickbacks - ranging from $1,000 to $4,000 - for contracts to clean school windows across the city from 1996 to 2001, Special Commissioner Richard Condon said. They were nabbed in a joint sting that teamed the special commissioner's office and the state attorney general's office. Each has agreed to pay restitution in exchange for no jail time and is barred from ever working in the city's public schools. The seven custodians are: Ron Alexander of Richmond Hill High School, Kevin Davies of Public School 62 in Brooklyn, Donald Gardner of PS 62 in Queens, Michael Graffeo of PS 314 in Queens, Patrick Graffeo of Grover Cleveland High School in Queens, Kerry Ryan of PS 57 in Staten Island and John Shanley of PS 147 in Brooklyn. Alison Gendar Teen moms rap City schools are vastly underreporting the number of pregnant students, leaving thousands of teen mothers without needed services, the city controller charged yesterday. The Education Department reports about 150 student pregnancies a year, according to Controller William Thompson. But a citywide review by Thompson found 8,000 mothers under age 17, leading him to suspect that the number of pregnant teens still in school is much higher. "If we are going to help these young mothers, we must first know who they are and what they need," he said. "It's a question of focus.</p><p>" Thompson wants to expand the opportunities for pregnant students and teen mothers to get child care, parent-training classes, extra tutoring and social service referrals. He called on Chancellor Joel Klein to revamp the way schools track pregnant students and to expand the services schools provide. Spokesman Kevin Ortiz said the department will work with Thompson's office. Alison Gendar Sweeter sendoff The Brooklyn fifth-graders whose graduation ceremony turned into a melee between parents and security guards may get a kinder, gentler commencement. Schools officials said yesterday they are willing to hold another ceremony for the Public School 92 students at the 750-seat auditorium at Erasmus High School. And a local caterer has even offered to donate food for the occasion. The graduation was abruptly cut short Tuesday after some rowdy parents, trying to enter an overcrowded auditorium at Medgar Evers College, scrapped with security guards - prompting one guard to use pepper spray on the crowd. At least 10 people were sprayed. The attorney for one of the people hospitalized vowed to file a $5 million lawsuit today against the college and the Department of Education. Helen Peterson and Joe Williams Judge warns Five teens accused of attacking a high school baseball team with guns, bats and bottles during a game were warned by an angry judge yesterday not to threaten witnesses in the case. "There will be very serious consequences," Queens Supreme Court Justice William Erlbaum told the defendants. "You leave each other alone.</p><p>" The youths, all 16 or 17, were being arraigned in the May 1 rampage against Grover Cleveland High School ballplayers when a prosecutor told the judge that witnesses were being threatened. Erlbaum issued restraining orders for all witnesses. The attack stemmed from a dispute a star outfielder had with one of the teens, a prosecutor said. Scott Shifrel</p>?<p>There's a reason she's called the First Lady of Fashion.</p><p> was honored Monday night by the with a for her contributions to the industry. </p><p>"Her meteoric rise in the world of fashion has echoed her husband in the world of politics," said council President . </p><p>"This past year has been an extraordinary time for me," Obama said in a taped message yesterday that was played at the awards gala. "On behalf of women everywhere, I want to thank you for making fashion liberating, inspiring, but most of all, fun." </p><p>Celebs including , , , and filed into 's newly revamped for the Oscars of the fashion world. Established designers and fashion rookies alike were honored for the past year's work. </p><p>Although Obama didn't make the trip to , her influence last night was palpable. </p><p>Two of her favorite designers - , who made her inaugural ball gown, and , whom she has worn several times, were nominated for the coveted Swarovski award for emerging talent (the prize went to risktaker ). </p><p>And , whose creations are in constant rotation in Obama's closet, went up against and the two sisters behind Rodarte for the night's biggest honor - Womenswear Designer of the Year. </p><p>Rodarte took home that one. </p><p>For the first time ever, the public could vote on a designer. They picked -born . </p><p>Host drew a few giggles from the fancy fashion crowd. "I'm not going to stay on too long because I hear is backstage and going to head-butt me," she said, referring to the recent bloody altercation between the actor and , one half of design duo . </p><p>McCullough - along with partner - got the last laugh, though, when he received the award for accessories design. </p>?<p>ll eyes were on the First Lady Michelle Obama's red Alexander McQueen dress at the White House state dinner, in honor of Chinese President Hu Jintao, on Wednesday night.</p><p>The gown, which featured an asymmetrical neckline in a red petal print, has raised a few eyebrows, both for its bold choice and because she chose a British designer.</p><p>With the party-crashing Michaele Salahi's crimson-colored sari nowhere in sight, the First Lady stole the spotlight.</p><p>Critics wondered whether she ought to have selected Vera Wang, who has Chinese roots and was a guest at the dinner or Jason Wu, the Taiwanese designer who created the First Lady's inaugural dress.</p><p></p><p>Several fashionistas were in attendance at the dinner, including Vogue editor Anna Wintour, left, and designer Vera Wang, right. (Vucci/AP)</p><p>Why Michelle Obama didn't choose an American designer was also a hot topic.</p><p>"Red is an obvious color because in China it means good luck, but you expect and American or an American-based designer for an occasion like this," said Kate Betts, author of "Everyday Icon: Michelle Obama and the Power of Style."</p><p>"But she's always surprising, and that's why we're all riveted by her," Betts said.</p><p>McQueen, an adored designer in style circles, committed suicide less than a year ago. Fashion reporters were quick to point the First Lady's choice so close to the one-year anniversary of his death on Feb. 11.</p><p></p><p>President Obama also dressed to the nines in a classic tux. (Loeb/Getty)</p><p>Obama's dress was actually designed by McQueen's successor and former assistant Sarah Burton.</p><p></p><p>And while the blogosphere and Twittersphere were abuzz with both fans and critics of the gown, the reviews were overwhelmingly positive.</p><p>"The dress also served as a razzle-dazzle fashion moment," Robin Givhan, who covers style and culture. "An American First Lady was embracing a brand known for its willingness to push boundaries, to agitate, and even to offend."</p><p> who runs a website devoted to Obama's style, praised the First Lady: "The gown is a daring, high-glamour, yet pitch perfect choice for the occasion."</p><p></p><p>With News Wire Services</p>?<p>There's trouble in Neverland. Elizabeth Taylor's relationship with Michael Jackson has run its course, according to a new bio about the violet-eyed star. "A Passion for Life," by Marilyn Monroe biographer Donald Spoto, rolls off the presses next week. Spoto told us, "There hasn't been a falling-out with Michael. But he's not as important a presence in her life anymore.</p><p>" Spoto said he will be sending Liz one of the first copies of his HarperCollins book. Among the morsels she can digest are: The day of her wedding to Larry Fortensky, she shouted at hovering press helicopters: "Those sons of bitches! The hell with them! They can't touch us! This is our day!</p><p>" She bickered with Sen. John Warner from the start of their marriage. She told him she would do anything he wanted, except have a baby, because, "I don't have the tubes.</p><p>" To which Warner said: "We're going to find a way around that problem, too.</p><p>" Liz shot back, "You don't own me like your cattle.</p><p>" "Oh, yes I do!," Warner thundered. "I'm a Virginia farmer to the hilt you're my property.</p><p>" When George Cukor asked her what the lovely pendant around her neck was, La Liz replied, "That's the Taj Mahal diamond, you dumb s---!</p><p>" At a London banquet, Princess Margaret remarked that Elizabeth's 69.</p><p>42-carat ring was "large and vulgar.</p><p>" "Yes," said Liz, admiring the rock. "Ain't it great?</p><p>" Husband Nicky Hilton beat her. Novelist John le Carre told Spoto that when he shared a room adjacent to Liz and Dick Burton, he heard "the sound of slapping.</p><p>" Spoto sees Taylor as the most honest of people. But his rival biographer, C. David Heymann, whose own "Liz" is due out the end of April, thinks: "She's deceived herself from childhood. One of her biggest lies is that she only goes to bed with men she loves or marries. The traffic to her bedroom resembles the Lincoln Tunnel.</p><p>" Rumor control For years, we'd heard that Barry Diller and Greg Louganis had once been the best of friends. So Wednesday night at the Guggenheim Museum party for Diller's friend Ross Bleckner, we asked the media mogul what he thought of Louganis' announcement that he had AIDS. Diller stopped in his tracks, locked his eyes on us, and said, "I don't know Greg Louganis. Greg Louganis has never been a friend of mine.</p><p>" Having cleared that up, Diller said he was "saddened" to learn of Louganis' condition. The tycoon, who found time to quietly comfort an AIDS-afflicted friend during his 1993 bid for Paramount, added, "I think Greg Louganis has shown a lot of courage.</p>?<p>Welcome to the Apollo. Celebrate the legendary with a weekend-long open house, featuring behind-the-scenes tours, performances, dance demonstrations and children’s activities. Noon-5 p.m. Free. Apollo Theater, 253 W. 125th St. (212) 531-5300. <br><br>Shop til you drop. Score a bargain in . A huge sample sale, offering as much as 30% to 90% off labels such as , Acne and , takes place all weekend. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Free admission. Stuart &amp; Wright, 85 Lafayette Ave. (718) 797-0011.<br><br>Lend a helping hand. Support Share Our Strength, a nonprofit group dedicated to alleviating child hunger in . The admission ticket enters you into a raffle and a free food tasting. 11 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. $10. , 40-24 College Point Blvd. (718) 460-2000.<br><br>Autism &amp; art. Attend an art workshop for families affected by autism. 11 a.m. Free with preregistration. , Flushing Meadows-<br>Corona Park. (718) 592-9700, ext. 138.<br><br>Young Broadway. Starting today, kids ages 6 to 18 get free admission to Broadway shows when accompanied by a full-paying adult. The deal ends Thursday. Check out kidsnightonbroadway.com for more information. <br><br>Snow day. Don’t miss Winter Jam, an annual outdoor festival with free snowboarding and skiing lessons. Watch as adventurous riders duke it out in the Red Bull Butter Cup snowboarding event. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Free. The Nethermead in , Ocean Ave. and Lincoln Road, Brooklyn. (718) 965-8951.<br><br>R&amp;B Songstress. Called the “best-kept Secret in R&amp;B,” sings in the BAM Cafe Live series. 9 p.m. Free. , 30 Lafayette Ave. (718) 636-4100.<br><br>Get wise. Learn fun facts about the owl with experts at the . Kids also <br>can go outside and join in story time, games and crafts. Ages 5 to 7. 11 a.m. Free. , Amboy Road and Barclay Ave., <br>. (917) 751-0071.<br><br>Eat local. Meet local food producers from all over the city at Williams-Sonoma’s monthly Artisan Market. Today features goodies from Baked , Brooklyn Brine, Anarchy in a Jar and more. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Free admission. 10 Columbus Circle, Suite 114. (212) 823-9750.</p><p>Late-night movie. Stay up for a midnight showing of ??s “Rear Window” (1954), the tale of a man who may have learned too much about his neighbors. Midnight. $9-$13. Sunshine Cinema, 143 E. Houston St. (212) 330-8182.</p><p>- Edited by &amp; </p>?<p>When a voter for the Calder Trophy sits down to select who will be the top NHL rookie this season, the criteria should include excellence. Not, "This guy is really annoying.</p><p>" Yet it looks as if the duel between Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin could come down to the cult of personality. There is a perception that Crosby is less the new Wayne Gretzky and more the old bratty Jan Brady. Perhaps as a backlash against all the hype that painted the 18-year-old Crosby as the league's savior, he has gained a reputation as a whiner. It's hard to pinpoint where this all started - Don Cherry is always a likely culprit, but Crosby isn't European, he's Canadian - but it could end with Crosby getting the short end of the Calder stick. When asked to compare Crosby and Ovechkin last week, Senators winger Daniel Alfredsson told an Ottawa newspaper, "(Ovechkin) doesn't get frustrated if he gets hit . . . He gets up and keeps playing. Not like (Crosby), who starts crying. I think there's a big difference in the attitude.</p><p>" Crosby is definitely a yapper, as anyone who has ever listened to one of the TV broadcasts where the young Penguins star has been miked can attest. His mouth got him into trouble in Thursday's 2-1 loss to the Devils at the Meadowlands, when Crosby complained to the referees about a non-call and served two minutes for unsportsmanlike conduct. Opponents have come to realize that Crosby has a short fuse and happily skate around with matchbooks in their pockets, waiting for the next chance to light him up. My vote will probably go to Ovechkin over Crosby and Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist, but not because of the alleged whining. After all, Gretzky complained to the refs a lot, too, and he was a pretty decent player. Crosby arguably had a better supporting cast than Ovechkin, or at least it seemed that way at the start of the season. The way things played out with Mario Lemieux and Mark Recchi, perhaps I should award Crosby bonus points for carrying those guys for the first few months. Ovechkin and Crosby play distinctly different styles, Crosby being subtle and smooth, and Ovechkin high-octane and dynamic. Crosby makes players around him better, while Ovechkin is a virtual do-it-yourselfer. Ovechkin is just shy of two years older than Crosby, and has an edge in maturity that is both physical and mental. Two seasons from now Crosby could be the better player, but he and the Big O have to be judged on this season. And they should be assessed on the way they play, not by what they say. Ruff time The Buffalo Sabres, whom I have officially adopted as my Eastern Conference team ever since I made them my dark-horse pick to make the playoffs back in October, have been one of the feel-good stories of the renewed NHL. A small-market team, the Sabres have thrived under the salary cap and under the continued guidance of GM Darcy Regier and coach Lindy Ruff - both carryovers from before the lockout - to make a lot of noise without a single superstar in the lineup. Real life has intruded on this happy saga, as it so often does. Ruff's 11-year-old daughter, Madeline, has a mass on her brain that was detected last week after she suffered from severe headaches. Ruff has been taking time away from the Sabres, while assistant coaches Scott Arniel and Brian McCutcheon fill in whenever needed. The Sabres, who have more points in the standings than the Rangers, will probably have to do without Ruff more and more down the stretch as the family deals with Madeline's illness. Atlanta burning A few weeks ago in this space, I made a joke that Thrashers GM Don Waddell's playoff guarantee wouldn't go down in history the way Mark Messier's did. Earlier this week, I apologized to Waddell after his team beat the Rangers at the Garden to pull within striking distance of one of the eight playoff spots. While the Thrashers will still have to beat out Montreal - and/or Tampa Bay, and/or the Devils - to secure one of the last playoff berths in the East, the southerners appear headed for the playoffs for the first time in only their sixth NHL season. You have to give the Thrashers credit for a pretty cool charity idea, too. The team wore special shamrock practice jerseys Thursday (the day before St. Patrick's Day). The sweaters were autographed and auctioned off at the arena before Atlanta's 4-2 win over the Islanders. QUICK WHISTLES Islanders owner Charles Wang was the winner of a $200 million development project on Long Island, which should just about help him pay off Alexei Yashin's contract. The Olympic video diary that Rangers defenseman Darius Kasparaitis shot for the MSG Network is the funniest thing I've seen on TV since those Geico commercials with the car-less mom picking up her kid after school. The Florida Panthers are squandering any good will they generated with their free meat promotion by planning to charge fans who park at a nearby shopping mall and walk to the games a $5 fee. Shouldn't the Panthers pay $5 to ANYONE who shows up? One might have expected Jaromir Jagr, Ilya Kovalchuk, and Alexander Ovechkin to be three of the first four players to break the 40-goal barrier this season, but Jonathan Cheechoo being the fourth is like having Millard Fillmore between Washington, Lincoln and Jefferson on Mount Rushmore. FAST ICE Pro soccer's New York Red Bulls may signal a new era in sports and advertising cross-promotion. Although some may argue that the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim crossed that line years ahead of anyone else, here are some potential future NHL/corporate mergers: 1. Dallas Starz Movies on Demand 2. Toronto Log Cabin Maple Syrup Leafs 3. New York Islands of Adventure at Universal Studios 4. Washington Capital One What's In Your Wallet? 5. Florida Pink Panthers</p>?<p>NYC fashion week wrapup: The shows are over, but the memories of the latest creations remain. Six Daily Newsers dish on what new styles they have designs on and what they'd discard.</p><p>1. What one item do I want to find in my closet? Or what one item would I give to someone I loved?</p><p>2. Which designer can come dress me anytime?</p><p>3. What one item would I return or regift if it showed up in the mail? </p><p>AMANDA P. SIDMAN, Daily News Feature Reporter:</p><p>1.Elie Tahari's gold sequined skirt. Sequins were alive and well in a serious way this Fashion Week, and Tahari's signature skirt would be a statement piece I'd want to own - forever.</p><p>2. Peter Som. I would wear a lot of the pieces he designed this season right off the runway. Well, if they were in my size ...</p><p>3. Probably the high-waisted leopard-print Betsey Johnson pants. Don't get me wrong, I love Betsey's energy and how much fun she has with fashion. I just don't think that I could ever - ever!! - pull them off.?</p><p>JOYCE CHEN, Daily News Multimedia Editor:</p><p>1. I would love to have Lela Rose's camel-colored quarter-sleeve trench with the surprise tangerine lining hanging in my closet. So classic and pretty on the outside, but with a fun flair and pop of color on the inside. In terms of one item I would give to someone I loved, I think I would give them a pair of United Bamboo elevated pumps - sturdy, versatile and still so quirky and fun. They're a great pair of shoes for a night out on the town or just for an extra oomph at the office.</p><p>2. Badgley Mischka shoes are to die for, but I think I'd love any of Carolina Herrera's spring frocks - so effortless yet quirky. Lela Rose's spring collection is also so refreshing, with its interesting silhouettes and understated whimsy.</p><p>3. That would have to be Thakoon's bicolor cowboy hats, simply because I think few people can pull off a piece of Western lore that colorful - in a serious way. While I love floppy hats and other head adornments, these would be swiftly put in my return/regift pile!</p><p><br>The spring 2012 collection of designer Jenny Packham (Richard Drew/AP)</p><p>DAVID YI:</p><p>1. This season I need something warm but not too heavy. Something classic but not too safe - a statement piece that isn't trying too hard and that's unaffected. For the perfect piece, I just need to get the Comme des Garcons jacquard varsity jacket. A mix between wool and leather; I'm loving the combination of fabrics and how subtly cool it is. Can be worn and dressed down in classic New York streetwear, or dressed up with a bow tie and a white button-up. I'd love to give my sister or any of my girlfriends a simple white-hot frock from Calvin Klein. It's just so incredibly chic with its clean lines-makes any woman look that much better.</p>?<p> - scored the full-hoopla treatment at the on Wednesday, a tribute to his country's growing global clout.</p><p> rolled out the literal red carpet for a critical if uncertain strategic partner, not to mention one of 's largest bondholders.</p><p>A full pomp-and-circumstance arrival ceremony on the South Lawn launched a day of talks capped by a rarity in the Obama years - a glittering state dinner Hu didn't rate on his 2006 visit during the Bush administration.</p><p>A tuxedoed Obama and , wearing a stunning red full-length dress with black accents from late British fashion icon , greeted Hu on the steps of the North Portico of the White House before the state dinner.</p><p>The guestlist for the star-studded affair was stocked with A-listers like songstress and celebs with Chinese ties, including fashionista , action actor and figure skater .</p><p>Obama toasted the American and Chinese peoples, referring to a Chinese proverb that guarantees "100 years of prosperity" to nations that focus on people.</p><p>"May they grow together in friendship. May they prosper together in peace," the President said.</p><p>Hu responded by toasting the Obamas' health and "the steady growth of -U.S. relations."</p><p>Earlier in the day, Obama and Hu hashed over ways to expand exports - and create jobs - fortheir respective countries and explored common ground on , and other world hot spots.</p><p>They both resorted to the standard "candid," "pragmatic," "constructive" and "frank" diplospeak to signal that there was plenty of discussion over sore spots in the relationship.</p><p>"We discussed some disagreements in the economic and trade area," Hu said, euphemistically referring to U.S. complaints over China's undervalued currency and restrictive trade policies.</p><p>Obama pressed Hu on China's less-than-stellar human rights record.</p><p>"There has been movement, but it's not as fast as we want," he noted at an East Room news conference that dragged because of translation glitches.</p><p>Hu was defensive, maintaining China has made "enormous progress" on human rights but pleading "different national circumstances" to justify China's Internet censorship and other measures stifling what Obama called "core values" of all citizens.</p><p>Still, Hu came armed with a huge diplomatic gift - China agreed to let and Tian Tian, the National Zoo's rock-star pandas, stay in Washington another five years.</p><p></p>?<p>Olivia Wilde, Zoe Kravitz and rapper Theophilus London turned a party for Ellen Barkin’s “Another Happy Day” into another wild night.</p><p>The actresses and others came to the Top of the Standard ready to dance on Monday, and they got what they wanted.</p><p>Wilde, Kravitz, London and his longtime friend Jordan Watson were among a fashionable crew that headed to the Meatpacking District hotspot after the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards at Skylight Studios in Soho. Prabal Gurung, Alexander Wang and a beer-swigging Amanda Seyfried also ventured up to the rooftop nightclub, where the Peggy Siegal Co.’s after-party for its screening of “Another Happy Day” was already in progress.</p><p>Barkin and her 26-year-old boyfriend, Sam Levinson, who directed the film; actress Julianne Moore, who hosted the party; and Kravitz’s ex-boyfriend Ezra Miller were among those celebrating the independent film when London, 24, and Watson jumped into the club’s deejay booth and changed the mood of the party.</p><p>The duo disconnected the iPod that had been providing the low-key conversation-friendly soundtrack for the party. Instead, they started blasting the high-energy “Dance (Ass)” by Big Sean ? also featuring Nicki Minaj ? at foundation-shaking levels.</p><p>A pack of partygoers responded to the soundtrack adjustment by racing to the dance floor to let their freak flags fly. But one person who seemed taken aback by the party’s sudden mood swing was Standard owner Andre Balazs, who was on the scene.</p><p>A source at the party says that when Balazs gauged that Siegal’s party was not happy with the “dramatic” change in the music, he approached the booth.</p><p>We heard Balazs asking London and his pal, “Where did you come from?” before coaxing out of the deejay’s booth.</p><p>“You don’t gotta f?ng flip. Relax!” London told Balazs at one point, though he later admitted he didn’t know who Balazs was.</p><p>London and Watson’s departure prompted groans from the dance floor, which included Wilde and Kravitz.</p><p>Fortunately, the party restarted when, the source says, one of Siegal’s staffers okayed the change in musical direction. We also watched Wilde and Kravitz seek out Balazs to engage in what looked like a little lobbying.</p><p>After the actresses and the handsome hotelier engaged in a roundof air kisses, Theophilus and Watson returned to the deejay booth.</p><p>There they ran into one last glitch: The team appeared to selecting songs from a Spotify-equipped computer, which resulted in a buzz-killing pause between each song.</p><p>“F?ing Spotify!” Wilde yelled, hands in the air, as she and Kravitz boogied near the deejay booth.</p>?<p>An unexpected stretch of high temperatures had New Yorkers getting creative with their summer-to-fall looks.</p><p>Some kept their warm-weather staples - open-toed shoes and floral dresses - but also threw on autumn accents.</p><p>These four women are especially excited to break out their new fall finds.</p><p>?</p><p><br></p><p>Wilde, 26, calls her style eclectic.</p><p>She looks all over the place - from the streets of to her mother's closet - for ideas.</p><p>"I'm lucky my mom is a designer, so I've inherited some of her things, like this bag. It's probably older than me."</p><p>For autumn, the songwriter and session singer is trading summer brights for subdued hues.</p><p>"I'm really into neutrals this fall in a way I never have been. I'm buying massive sweaters that are cream-<br>colored. I'm liking orange, too."</p><p>To make sure her outfits still pop, Wilde plans to accessorize with colorful scarves and her favorite jacket.</p><p>"I've got a great seafoam-green coat that looks amazing with some of the neutrals," she says. "You don't want to go totally overboard."</p><p><br><br>COBBLE HILL</p><p>For Sciarrillo, 37, fashion is all about balance.</p><p>"I love both vintage and modern, so I combine them. I also appreciate style from around the world."</p><p>Recently, Sciarrillo, a master's student at of Social Work, has found herself trying to look professional, yet with a stylish edge - all without overspending.</p><p>"I like to think that it doesn't take money to be creative or have fun with how you express your style," she says.</p><p>She searches consignment stores for deals and creates new combos using what she already owns.</p><p>"I have to be very creative," Sciarrillo says. "I'm trying to look at my closet with fresh eyes. You dig deep enough, you might surprise yourself."</p><p><br> and prefer more muted neutrals for the season. (Patty Lee for News)</p><p>Kayla Reece<br></p><p>Reece, 21, believes there's always a reason to dress up.</p><p>"I'm so fed up with jeans and T-shirts," she says. "Every day is an opportunity to put something on that makes you feel confident and makes you feel happy."</p><p>For her, that means a pair of high heels and unique accessories, which she usually picks up at Zara, and DSW.</p><p>"I like funky hairstyles and lots of jewelry," says Reece, a senior at .</p><p>Although she can't always afford designer pieces, Reece still finds inspiration from high-end fashion. Her favorites include , and .</p><p>"You pick up an Elle or and you run through them and see what you like."</p><p><br><br>Rita Nakouzi<br></p><p>Despite her job as a trend forecaster, Nakouzi, 36, doesn't follow what's in.</p><p>"I have a sense of style, but I'm not trendy. I like to mix classics with a bit of humor. If I'm going to wear a button-down, it's going to have some interesting detail."</p><p>Her outfits change drastically, depending on her mood.</p><p>"My taste is very eclectic," she says. "I have some people see me and say, 'Oh, I didn't recognize you,' because I look so different from day to day."</p><p>Because of her profession, Nakouzi wears plenty of high-end designs, but she doesn't limit herself to big brands.</p><p>"I tell you all these labels, but I also love to shop vintage," she says. "To have style is to be democratic in your shopping choices. I don't discriminate. It's about finding these treasures."</p><p></p>?<p>Who says you have to sacrifice style to keep warm?</p><p>Not these fashionable New Yorkers.</p><p>Just follow in their footsteps and throw on a cape, poncho or printed coat.</p><p>In between running to meetings and college classes, these four women stop to show us how chic jackets can elevate a fall look.</p><p>, , </p><p>Bryant, 25, loves vintage fashion.</p><p>"I'm very inspired by the '30s and '40s and the way women wore coats that really catered to their bodies."</p><p>It's one of the reasons her poncho, a purchase from , is a fall staple.</p><p>"I do travel overseas quite a bit and I'm really inspired by their sense of fashion," says the FIT grad. "This poncho is eight years old. It's easy to throw on and it's wool, so it's warm."</p><p>Bryant, who owns Leidy Elle, a boutique public-relations firm specializing in entertainment and media, is always looking for great outfits on the street.</p><p>"I just love to see women in a head-to-toe outfitted piece with hat, gloves and big shoes. It looks effortless."</p><p>Kiki He, , </p><p>He, 21, does most her shopping in .</p><p>A native, He, who moved to for school, thinks fashion gets updated more quickly abroad.</p><p>"That's why I read and follow Asian fashion magazines more," she explains.</p><p>Most importantly, the clothes she finds in Asia, like her cobalt blue cape, are usually a better fit. Instead of chasing trends and buying new items all the time, she works with what she already owns.</p><p>"I do whatever looks good on me. I will look at the bigger picture, instead of just this season."</p><p>Her other piece of money-saving advice?</p><p>"Get one shirt in different colors because you can match up with different things and it still looks new and fresh."</p><p>, upper East Side</p><p>Malangone, 25, mixes classic styles with new ones.</p><p>"I try and stay a little bit cautious because I don't like things I'm only going to wear once. I like pieces that are versatile, that are going to stand the test of time. I don't want to look back at myself 20 years from now and go 'Oh my god, that was crazy.'"</p><p>She'll balance trendy items, such as her chambray shirt and poncho, with a timeless accessory, like her grandmother's handbag.</p><p>"It's an actual vintage bag," she laughs.</p><p>Malangone, who works in fashion, is a big supporter of brands and follows her favorite ones, which include Zara and , closely.</p><p>"They seem to be up with the times," she says of J. Crew. "I'm always excited to see their catalog."</p><p>Tiara Hargrave, , Brooklyn</p><p>Hargrave, 26, often builds her outfits from the bottom up.</p><p>"I feel like if you have a good shoe, it doesn't even matter what you have on."</p><p>She then works in other accessories to make the look really pop.</p><p>Hargrave, the publicity manager at , is especially fond of bright hues and interesting designs.</p><p>"Because I have a really plain dress on today, I put the printed jacket on it to balance out the monotone colors. Then, I threw in a scarf."</p><p>She admires designers , and , but usually shops at , and H&amp;M.</p><p>"It's a mix of comfy and casual, a mix of high and low," she sums up. "I feel like clothes are a way to express yourself so wear what fits you."</p><p></p>?<br><p>Here are the ladies who will set the tone for small-screen style this season, from the sexy working girls of "Cashmere Mafia" to "Gossip Girl"'s plaid-clad uptown prepster.</p><p>GOSSIP GIRL</p><p>Wed., 9 p.m., CW</p><p>Synopsis: Prime-time soap about the hook-ups and heartache of the upper East Side prep-school elite.</p><p>The Look: Uptown with an edge.</p><p>"Before we started filming, I staked out Catholic schools up there and the girls, they all had the Tory Burch flats and the newest Balenciaga bags," says "Gossip Girl" costume designer Eric Daman. "For Serena [van der Woodsen, played by Blake Lively] we were really inspired by Kate Moss," says Daman. "Really European, thrown together but not sloppy ... and not just Chanel and Ferragamo, but Alexander Wang, Chris Benz and Phillip Lim."</p><p>"Blair [Waldorf, played by Leighton Meester], on the other hand, is more upper crust, and meticulous. The Ralph Lauren collection really sums up who Blair is."</p><p>SAMANTHA WHO?</p><p>Mon., 9:30 p.m., ABC</p><p>Synopsis: A woman suffering from amnesia gets a chance to start over when she discovers her unsavory former personality.</p><p>The Look: Midwest Carrie Bradshaw.</p><p>"Samantha Who?" takes place in the chilly metropolis of Chicago, which meant costume designer Lori Eskowitz-Carter "spent a lot of the wardrobe money on great coats."</p><p>In addition to keeping her actors stylishly bundled up, Carter had fun playing off the fact that Christina Applegate's character, Samantha Newly, basically has two personalities. A mean one, who dresses more "slick," represents Samantha before she came down with retrograde amnesia, and a nice one, who sports "softer silhouettes," represents Samantha's present-day forgetful self.</p><p>Carter estimates that Applegate wears about nine outfits per show full of Fendi, Paige jeans, Lambertson Truex purses, and Brian Atwood heels.</p><p>WOMEN'S MURDER CLUB</p><p>Fri., 9 p.m., ABC</p><p>Synopsis: One-hour crime show about four friends who investigate murders in San Francisco.</p><p>The Look: Cop couture.</p><p>Inspired by City by the Bay locals, costume designer Kelli Jones says, "They're not afraid of color. I do a lot of opposing patterns of opposite colors and put those together. And I'm just trying to make all four of the characters have their own individual style."</p><p>The most fashion-savvy lady is District Attorney Jill Barnhart, played by Laura Harris. "We've decided the Annie Hall look is really nice. We'll go to J.Crew and get some great men's shirts - those crinkled ones - in a small. And she tucks them into low trousers that tie at the waist or hip in a really wide leg."</p>?<p>There's something familiar about - and it's not just because she's been on the arm of for eight years.</p><p>It's because the beautiful brunette, who announced her engagement to William Tuesday, is strikingly similar to his late mother, .</p><p>"I see a regal resemblance between what Kate wears and what Princess Diana wore," says stylist . "She always looks put- together in an effortless way, much how Princess Di appeared."</p><p>Middleton, who now sports Diana's 18-carat oval sapphire engagement ring (which, at the time, was priced at nearly $45K), has taken notable fashion cues from Shy Di, including her affinity for clean-cut lines, big hats and bold color choices.</p><p>During the 2006 Sovereign's Parade in , , Kate sported a bright red coat and large black hat shockingly similar to an ensemble Diana wore on Christmas Day at Sandringham 13 years earlier.</p><p>On another occasion, Kate wore a below-the-knee beige jacket that mirrored an outfit Di wore during her first official visit to in 1981.</p><p>"Kate's demure and ladylike style would most definitely make Princess Di proud," says Cohen.</p><p>Perhaps Kate is similar to Di in more ways than just her wardrobe. The 28-year-old, although nine years older than the late princess was when she joined the royal family, was also publicly educated in England, and seems to have quickly mastered the art of controlling the press.</p><p>"As Kate prepares to enter the royal family, the public will be asking whether she is able to take up Diana's mantle as their favorite princess," reported the U.K.'s Daily Mail. "Keeping her mouth shut and with a lawyer in tow, Kate is already acting on the hindsight that Diana's legacy left behind."</p><p>?<br>Though their trips were 19 years apart, Diana and Kate wore similar ski outfits on the slopes in Klosters, (Graham/Getty).</p><p>FIRST GOWN, THEN CROWN?</p><p>For the designer tapped to create Kate Middleton's dress, it's the opportunity of a lifetime.</p><p>Like 's inaugural gown or 's wedding confection, it'll be the dress seen 'round the world.</p><p>At this point, the style is the stuff of pure speculation, but one thing's for sure: Diana's fashion Doppelganger will forgo the puffy sleeves. And the designer she picks, most likely, will be British (which knocks out local contenders from to ).</p><p>Across the pond, buzz started as soon as the announcement was made: Which lucky needle-wielder is about to start sketching the most important dress he or she will ever make? Here are the front-runners:</p><p></p><p>Need we say more? Stella is just the coolest - and knows a thing or two about living in the spotlight. After all, she's the princess of England's greatest rock dynasty.</p><p></p><p>The grand dame of bad-girl fashion (whose elaborate wedding dress was a highlight of the first "" movie) could give Kate the modern edge she'll need to differentiate herself from the royal family's stodgy rep.</p><p> FOR </p><p>One of the "most high-profile British names," as Tatler editor told the UK's Guardian, Bailey has the street cred, the celeb following ("'s" is the face of the brand) and the know-how to create a gown worthy of a princess-to-be.</p><p></p><p>New creative director could craft something extraordinary in a touching homage to the late McQueen, who tragically took his own life.</p><p></p><p>Sure, it's a long shot that Kate would choose 's poutiest export (and a former , no less). But Posh's dresses are quite flattering and beautiful (as seen on her runway in September). And as the 's fashion queen pointed out, "Stranger things have happened."</p><p>With </p><p>SEE MORE PHOTOS OF </p><p>AND CHECK OUT OUR GALLERY OF </p>?<p> is still trying to shock us. Every network rejected the commercial for his new , which showed nipple-baring writhing in a bedsheet. But a tamer version featuring the actress is due to grace a billboard on Thursday. </p><p> wit thinks five-months' pregnant hit on a "genius accessory" when she covered the baby she's carrying with her infant brother as her mother, , was declared 's choice for veep. Doonan, who emceed a Rainbow Room lunch benefit Wednesday for the Museum at FIT, wasn't as wild about the style of the beauty-queen-turned-governor, comparing her with "a spokesmodel." Guest of honor was designer , a fave of , whose husband is a fave of . Asked how Americans can still look fabulous despite the recession, Talley said, "Wear something old that you love" until Election Day. "Then, vote for , who'll fix the economy."</p><p>Female fans of have reason for hope. The crooner came back on the market in July when he split with , but then he was snapped kissing singer . "I went on one date with her," Buble told us. "It was nice, but I haven't seen her again. I'm single - and ready to mingle." He'll be blowing some kisses tomorrow morning when he performs on "Today."</p><p>Eco beauty brand Aveda will fete? design houses Rodarte, , and Preen tonight at The .</p><p></p>?<p>The cruel joke going around the courtroom in the case is that if her son is convicted of altering her will so he could inherit millions, his sentence will be “life ? with Charlene,” his unpopular wife. But few believe that at 85 and the oldest defendant in memory, Marshall would be sent to jail by if convicted. House arrest is more likely, which would make Marshall’s UES building quite notorious. That’s where Diana (Dede) Brooks did house time for her role in the price-fixing scandal.</p><p>How mad was when rapper muscled into his duet with at the ? Though he tried to stay cool onstage, a backstage source tells us, “He went ballistic. He was screaming at the producers about the lack of security. He apparently thought at first she was just a fan. finally calmed him down.” </p><p> is said to drink five cans of a day, so things got dire when he ran out while on a river cruise in with . Buffett reached out to concierge of the Guilin Sheraton, where they’d stayed, asking him to deliver another case, according to globe-hopping journalist . “Lloyd told me that he hopped in the hotel’s Mercedes with the case and drove for two hours toward where the yacht was anchored in the , but the road ended,” says Nash.</p><p>“He paid a guy to let him borrow his bike, which he rode down to the dock, balancing the case. But the boat was too big to dock, so he paid a cormorant fisherman to borrow what was basically a raft, and rowed out to Buffett’s boat and delivered the case, to great applause. He was wearing a three-piece Armani suit, by the way.” Hear more of Nash’s stories Tuesday night at the National Arts Club at the opening of his photo exhibit, “The China That’s Passed Us By.”</p><p>After 25 years of reporting from some of the world’s most dangerous places, will be hanging around more. </p><p>One big reason for taking ’s offer to host her own talk show: her 9-year-old son, Darius. “I owe my child,” she told us at Michael’s last week. In the past, she says, she often didn’t let him watch the news. </p><p>“I didn’t tell him where I was going,” Amanpour said. </p><p>But now he’s one of her legion of viewers: “He’s become interested in guns and soldiers and wars. </p><p>So now I’m cool: ‘Look, Mommy’s on a tank!’?” </p><p>Single , at Bungalow 8 with the guys last Sunday, shouting out to actor , “I admire your taste in women!” after eyeballing Castelluccio’s girlfriend, , the German actress. ... washing down two pills backstage at ’s runway show at . They could have been aspirin, but our source then saw her walk into a parked car... nuzzled with in a back booth at DC's , where they celebrated his 41st birthday. The couple, in town for the Awards, also got some face-time earlier in the day with the President.</p>?<p>The future's so bright for Spring 2010 fashion you gotta wear shades.</p><p>Like the runway girls at did Saturday morning: Big, bold, canary yellow frames for a sporty stroll down the boardwalk, where creative director set his show. </p><p>It wasn't too long ago we got a short shot at basking in the sun this past summer, but Lacoste brought us back to the sand and surf with cerulean blue skinny pants and polo shirts, plus tennis-ready white minis topped with floppy hats and kicky scarves.? </p><p>The optimism in the air was so invigorating it was a shame that troubled starlet , who nabbed a front-row seat next to "High School Musical" crooner , put on a funereal black frock and a frown. </p><p>Maybe she thought she was going to ' birthday party. Or else she just didn't get the memo that crisp, clean colors were the order of the day.</p><p> did. Mischa could use a break at the designer's seaside holiday resort, where girls wear flippy dresses in trippy prints, navy striped sailor tees with either killer heels or suede boat shoes for a day on the waves.</p><p>Model favorite and fashion darling? clearly wants to join the varsity football squad this season (or at least meet ) with pigskin-inspired laced tops, striped knit jerseys and knee socks.</p><p>At VPL, attached what look like knitted straps of ammo to girls in high-waisted taupe bikinis; the bullets were slung over their shoulders and around their hips. </p><p>Pieces in slate gray and orange were languidly draped over skinny shorts and pants, for a clean, sporty effect. Sparkling pailettes covered maillots and bikinis like fashion armor.</p><p>No worries, though. The only thing you'll need to protect yourself next spring is sunscreen.</p><p>And a pair of killer shades.</p>?<p>Talk about haute coffee.<br><br> has teamed up with hot clothing designer that looks as though you've been splashed with hot java.<br><br>Along with the spilled design, the brand's logo appears in the tossed latte design. <br><br>Wang, the 27-year-old -based designer created the unisex cotton knit T-shirt and logo for the -based coffee company's 40th anniversary. <br><br>"When and the CFDA approached us with this project, the first thing we thought of is what everyone tries to avoid ? spilled coffee on a T-shirt,” he said. "This turned into the design, hoping people would have fun with it."<br><br>The coffee chain is also selling other high-priced T-shirts to celebrate its anniversary: A coffee bean-colored shirt with a mocha splash design by designer as well as a faux bleach-splashed design by .<br><br>The T-shirts, as well as a significantly cheaper $25 version that also features the brand's sea siren icon, is available at , Starbucks locations and online.</p>?<p>’S friends shouldn’t get too worried about Hollywood hounddog , who had his eyes on another blond hottie on Monday morning. Although we reported he and Conrad were looking cozy at her 26th birthday party at the Redbury Hotel in Los Angeles last month, we saw Dorff looking deeply into the eyes of the new young beauty at a late-night Oscars after-party that Relativity Media execs and Tucker Tooley threw at a private home in the Hollywood Hills. Miami Dolphin and former flame and , who had just returned to the social scene after a stint in rehab, were also seen hanging out. A source close to Conrad tells us Dorff was chatty “because Lauren wasn’t there,” adding that the two are “just hooking up for now.” We’ll make sure to keep an eye on things.</p><p>THE CRADLE will definitely rock at the home. Q104.3 deejay Ian O'Malley and his wife Debbie are elated that their newborn son has finally come home. Beck was born Feb. 2 at Yale New Haven Hospital but spent three weeks in the ICU unit there because of a respiratory issue. Dad reports that his boy “is doing great now,” thanks to the expert care of and his team. “The guy is a genius. We can’t thank him enough,” says O’Malley, who adds that he also can’t thank “ enough for writing ‘Dance the Night Away.’” O’Malley met Debbie when she requested a Van Halen song on his show, and he played that tune. The Edward in Beck’s name is a nod to the guitar genius, and O’Malley says that Beck’s grandparents watched him Saturday night so Mom and Dad could catch Van Halen at Mohegan Sun. Get this kid a Frankenstrat guitar and a “Diver Down” onesie!</p><p> was talking to himself Monday. The NBA Hall of Famer surprised the cast of Broadway’s upcoming “Magic/Bird” with a visit to the Longacre Theater. There, he dished out advice to actor , who will portray him in the drama, which traces his storied rivalry and friendship with fellow . A source at the theater says Johnson instructed Daniels to “keep pushing that smile,” adding: “the positive personality has to shine through for you to be Magic.”</p><p> wasn’t a witness to the melee involving and last month because she wasn’t even in the country, say sources. Despite reports that the Polish supermodel was sitting at Hock’s table at Double Seven with runway regulars and , an eyewitness tells us she wasn’t present, and Rubik’s spokeswoman at Next Models concurs. “Anja was not in New York” that evening, the rep says, adding: “Rest assured she was not even in the country when this happened.”</p><p>Rubik walked in the show during New York Fashion Week in the middle of February, then left the city soon after for a series of modeling gigs abroad. Manhattan prosecutors continue to probe the nightclub fracas, in which Hock was charged with four counts of third-degree assault for punching Casiraghi, , and at the Meatpacking District hot spot.</p><p>SCENE STEALERS:</p><p>Diddyand provided the entertainment at the Total Rewards concert at Gotham Hall on Thursday, but “Mob Wives” stole the show. Fans of the VH1 series swarmed the VIP area where Angela (Big Ang) Raiola and sat to beg for pictures with the ladies. Even paid homage. &quot;I want to give a shout-out to the Mob Wives,&quot; he said at the end of his show. &quot;I'm busy, but I watch TV and all that s***!&quot;….Bail bondsman to the stars Ira Judelson joined his Mamaroneck High-School pals Kevin and at the Links Club on East 62nd Street to cheer on the actors’ dad , who was honored for his work as Fordham University’s head golf coach.</p><p>Contact Gatecrasher:</p><p>Frank DiGiacomo: </p><p>Carson Griffith: </p><p>Adam Caparell: ac</p><p>Follow us on Twitter:</p><p>@NYDNGatecrasher</p>?<p>Alexander Villafane and Michael Munoz, students at Townsend Harris High School, were the top two finalists in the "I Am New York" essay contest sponsored last spring by the Gateway America Committee. They and their families were treated to all-expenses-paid weekends in Manhattan. Their essay described how New Yorkers can make the city a friendlier place and were the best of more than 500 entries from 53 city public high schools. Villafane, the first place winner and resident of the Bronx, wrote about educating the public about the importance of tourism. Rego Park resident Munoz' second-place essay dealt with residents taking pride in the city and going the extra mile to show others just how great the city really is. Prof's On Board Susan Stabile, an assistant professor of law at St. John's University, has been appointed to the board of directors of Albank, FSB. Founded in 1820 as Albany Savings Bank, Albank, FSB is the oldest operating savings bank in the state and the second oldest in the United States. Stabile currently teaches courses in pension and employe benefits, employment law and business organization. Water Winners Queens Library's dragon boat team took part in the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival held at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park last month just for the fun of it, but they came away winners. The team tied for first place in the Class 2 division, breaking the finish line in a dead heat with the race favorite, the Big Apple team. "I was speechless. I couldn't believe it," said organizer Stanley Gornish. The team, he said, had only been formed a month earlier and had only four practice sessions. Other teams had been practicing for months. "We went in just for the fun of it. We would have been happy simply not to finish last," he said. Other members of the library team included: Anne Volk, Yasha Hu, Bruce Whitham, Albert Chan, Xuemau Wang, Victor Cintron, Vinny Sgaglion, Takashi Curd, Louis Riveros, Derek Leif, Mario Almonte, Al Acampora, Frank McKenna and Sal Angioletti. The dragon boat is a slim, 39-foot teakwood racer with crews of up to 20 members.</p>?<p>Young science scholars at Stuyvesant High School took home more semifinalist awards from the prestigious Intel Science Talent Search than any other school in the country, officials said yesterday. Of the 300 top high school science researchers in the country this year, 19 came from Stuyvesant. Overall, 56 New York City students were named semifinalists. "I didn't think I would win, but it feels great," said Jonathan Schwartz, 17, of Manhattan, after a reception at Stuyvesant honoring the school's winners. Schwartz won for his project, "Design and Construction of an Infrared Radiator, Which Couples Heat to Outer Space," which he completed with the help of Prof. Klaus Lackner of Columbia University. The semifinalists were selected from 1,581 applicants nationwide. Students were judged on their individual research ability, scientific originality and creative thinking. Projects covered chemistry, physics, mathematics, engineering, social science and biology. Later this month, the field of 300 semifinalists will be trimmed to 40, and that group will compete in Washington for the contest's top prizes. "I certainly understand the work that goes into this," Stuyvesant Principal Stanley Teitel told the winners. "You deserve this.</p><p>" For years, Stuyvesant has been a top contender in the highly publicized awards, wrestling with such other strong programs as those at Bronx Science, Brooklyn Tech and Midwood High School at Brooklyn College. The top prizes, often considered the "junior Nobel Prizes," have gone to young researchers who have subsequently won many of the world's top prizes for scientists. As the semifinalists were announced inside the Stuyvesant auditorium, many students asked an Intel spokesman how many awards rival Bronx Science High School got this year. The answer was 10. The closest any school in America came to matching Stuyvesant was Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Md., which claimed a dozen semifinalists. Each of the students named yesterday will receive $1,000 in recognition for his or her scientific achievements. Their schools will receive an additional $1,000 for each semifinalist. CITY BOASTS DOZENS IN SEMIFINALS. Stuyvesant High School: Varun Narendra, Jacob Till, Aleksander Chechkin, Andrew Laitman, John Lee, Joel Lewis, Alexander Ellis, Kevin Lai, Michael Shaw, John Hui, Alice Chen, Samuel Cross, Arcady Goldmints-Orlov, Jonathan Schwartz, Pei Wang, Samba Silla, Kevin Kuo, Alex Levin, Betty Luan. . Bronx High School of Science: Debra Liu, Dmitry Kashlev, Omar Montan, Emmanuel Sin, Yi-Chen Zhang, Leon Abbo, Ying Yi Dang, Min Wah Leung, Mita Singh, Jay Ramesh. . Edward R. Murrow HS: Svetlana Alkayeva, Kevin Shenderov. . Midwood HS: Rachel Fischer, Joshua Marshack, Sacha Rood, Leigh Stuckhardt. . Brooklyn Tech: Anna Gecker, Amiya Vaz, Ilya Vinogradov, Jessie Pinchoff, Linda Santoro. . St. Francis Prep: Erwin Wang, Monika Laszkowska, Christina Morgan. . Francis Lewis HS: Alice Shen, Sun Ling Yang. . Townsend Harris HS: Jonathan Kamler, Jessica Hetherington, Bharati Kalasapudi. . Hunter College HS: Emily Yau, Jason Chen. . Other area semifinalists: David Hersh, Yeshivah of Flatbush Joel Braverman HS; Damien Soghoian, Columbia Grammar and Prep School; Jared Friedman, Horace Mann; Jennifer Choy, Benjamin N. Cardozo HS; Qichao Hu, Newtown HS; Hialy Gutierrez, Staten Island Tech.</p>?<p> Use of this website signifies your agreement to the and . </p> <p>&#169; Copyright 2012 NYDailyNews.com. All rights reserved.</p>?<p> is the fast-talking, -happy creative director at . As the fashion industry gears up for the CFDA Awards (think fashion ) Monday night, Zee takes a breather to share the secrets of his life in the fashion world.<br>?<br>Who is your favorite designer right now?</p><p>Oh my gosh, there are so many. I love the crop of new-generation designers like and Rodarte. And Prabal Gurung, of course, who is a friend of mine. I remember when he was just starting out, and now is wearing his stuff. Amazing.</p><p>Is watching new talent a fun part of your job?</p><p>Of course. But I really love my job because literally no day is like the one before. I run to meetings, cover photo shoots, film the show [," in which Zee is a main character]. I also go to see designers and talk about their collections. It really runs the gamut.</p><p>Isn't that overwhelming?</p><p>My brain thinks 125 miles per hour, so any job that was always the same would be boring to me.</p><p>So, for example, at a cover photo shoot, what would you be doing?</p><p>I have a vision of what I want to see as the final product. So I direct people, whether it's the photographer, the makeup artist, whoever. My job is very collaborative. There's no way to do something creative - in any field - if you can't work with other people.</p><p>Wow. It sounds like you are really calling the shots.</p><p>I'm not a control freak, though. I like the control part. Not the freak.</p><p>Do you ever sleep?</p><p>Not a lot.</p><p>Is there any part of your life that is routine?</p><p>Yes. Every morning, I wake up at like 6 a.m. and get on my laptop and read everything: blogs, newspapers, magazines. I read until my computer dies. Then I go to work. I just really like knowing everything. And at night, I watch all the TV shows that people are talking about. I've always had a huge appetite for culture.</p><p>Beyond fashion?</p><p>Yes. I love music, art, celebrity, TV - everything. And that's why my job is amazing, because I can express this love in the magazine. Like, for example, for one season of "," I was watching it thinking, "Wow. I would love to see her in this dress or him look like this." So I did a big shoot for Elle where I did just that. I made over the top 10 from the show. It was so fun.</p>?<p>The Futures Game is baseball's showcase for minor-league talent, and Yankees such as Alfonso Soriano (two homers, five RBI and an MVP award in the 1999 game) have used it to polish their reputations. Now, two more Yankee prospects have a chance to turn the game into their platform - Double-A righthander Chien-Ming Wang and Class-A second baseman Robinson Cano. Wang, 23, who recently came off the disabled list after a blister on his pitching hand healed, is 4-3 with a 4.</p><p>33 ERA and leads Trenton with 45 strikeouts. Cano, 20, is batting .</p><p>290 with five homers and 45 RBI in 70 games and leads Tampa in hits (83) and RBI. Both players will play for the World Team, which will be played July 13 in Chicago. "We're really pleased with their progress," said Gordon Blakeley, the Yanks VP of baseball operations. Using his mid-90s fastball, Wang has gone up two levels since the end of last year. "Cano is hitting better in the Florida State League than he did at lower levels," Blakeley said. "He'll probably go up to Double-A after playing in the Futures Game. ON THE MARK: Lefty Mark Phillips, the former No. 1 pick the Yankees got along with Bubba Trammell in a spring training trade for Rondell White, won three consecutive starts from June 7-24 for Single-A Tampa, allowing eight hits and three runs in 16 innings. The strong stretch lowered his ERA to 5.</p><p>50, which had ballooned because he was clobbered in his last five starts, going 0-3 with a 9.</p><p>69 ERA. Overall, Phillips is 6-4 in 13 games (11 starts). He has walked 37 and struck out 37 in 55.</p><p>2 innings. ... The Mets Class-A team in the FSL, St. Lucie, has thrown three no-hitters this season and nearly had a fourth Thursday until Tampa shortstop Jared Koutnik spoiled it with a two-out single off Orlando Roman in the eighth inning. Anthony McCarron Dan Garcia's momentum once carried him into a pole at the left- center field wall after he dived to snare a line drive, opening a gash on his head. But the sparkplug wouldn't leave the game, though he later needed four stitches. Instead, in Garcia's next at-bat, he homered over 40-foot-high netting - "one of the farthest homers I hit in all of college," Garcia said. Said Pepperdine coach Steve Rodriguez: "If you want a gamer, that's the kid.</p><p>" The Mets picked Garcia in the fifth round in 2001. And after a rapid ascension to Triple-A, Garcia could soon get a look at second base at Shea, especially if Roberto Alomar and Rey Sanchez exit. Garcia - a prep shortstop in Riverside, Calif. - shifted to center in college after getting beat out in the middle infield. Still, Garcia came to practice an hour early every day as a sophomore and worked with Rodriguez at second. Garcia then passed on a Team USA invite as a reserve outfielder to return to the low-glamour Alaskan summer league, enduring five-hour bus rides to hone his skills at second and get at-bats. "I needed to get drafted," said Garcia, who moved to second as a junior. "My bat is much more eye-opening as an infielder.</p>?<p>LONDON The sleekest Spice Girl on the rack has chosen Manhattan bridal baroness Vera Wang to make her wedding dress and soften her image. "I don't want to be out-and-out sexy," Victoria Adams, better known to her fans as Posh Spice, told a British magazine. "I want to do it in a subtle way.</p><p>" Posh, 25, a new mom who usually graces the stage in a skintight, strapless minidress, said she is aiming for a "virginal" look. So what's the wedding gown going to look like? That's Victoria's secret. Posh would not divulge the details in her interview with OK! Magazine, which has bought exclusive rights to photograph her July 4 wedding to English soccer star David Beckham. Wang's associates also declined to dish about the dress, reveal the price tag or even confirm that Posh would be wearing white. "We really are sworn to secrecy," said Wang spokeswoman Laura O'Brien. But O'Brien said Posh won't have any trouble cutting the rug at the reception in her Vera Wang creation. She has already regained her sultry figure after giving birth in March to son Brooklyn Joseph. "I think she can perform in anything she's wearing," O'Brien said. "She's young. She's sexy. Vera was thrilled to meet her and is thrilled to be doing this.</p><p>" The magazine reported that Wang flew to London last week to meet Posh and her mom, Jackie, and to start sketches and measurements. Adams' stylist and Wang's design director Herve Pierre also joined in the meetings at a London hotel. Adams said she chose Wang because she admires her work and believed she would welcome the bride-to-be's ideas. She said she had no use for designers who thought they were "too cool.</p><p>" And in a move that appeared to clash with the new image she is trying to cultivate, Posh singled out British designer Alexander McQueen for derision, suggesting he shove his collection you know where.</p>?<p>With a Clinton running for President, a spinoff of the small-screen hit "Beverly Hills 90210" in development and the reuniting, it seems inevitable that fashion from the early 1990s will also be returning. Even locally Bust magazine is throwing a '90s-themed craft event, Spring Fling Craftacular, Sunday in (11 a.m.-9 p.m., , 26 Driggs St., Brooklyn) featuring vendors hawking their jewlery, crafts and clothes to the tunes of Peal Jam and the Lemonheads. </p><p>The '90s are also taking fashion by storm. Consider the model-of-the-moment, , who's been making headlines with her , Lollapalooza-ready outfits and hair reminiscent of circa 1991. </p><p>Meanwhile on the runways, reinterpreted flannels as flirty dresses and dressed his models in stocking caps and ripped tights for his Spring 2008 show. </p><p>So does this mean grunge, one of the most divisive fads in recent memory, is back? </p><p>"It's definitely a trend that's been 'in' for the past few seasons," acknowledges , director of trends at the Intelligence Group. </p><p>"We're seeing a lot of this look on teens," she explains. "They were too young to live through this trend the first time around, so for them it's retro and kitschy. For the rest of us it's a reminder of a time when we were younger." </p><p>This grunge revamp isn't just about nostalgia. It's also about supply and demand. Young trendsetters have already pillaged thrift stores and vintage shops for looks from the '60s, '70s and '80s, with these styles working their way up to the fashion mainstream. Meanwhile, these old-is-new looks are slowly becoming passe all over again, whereas "looks from the '90s are still fairly edgy," she says. Nason predicts that other '90s styles are really the new frontier in fashion. "It's evolving into a different era of the '90s, almost a 90210 look," she explains, citing 's collection for Opening Ceremony, with its floral baby-doll dresses and bustiers straight out of West Beverly High. </p><p>But before you reach for your long underwear and dog collar, keep in mind that all these trends are definitely modified versions of the ubiquitous early-'90s styles. "Back then, the look was much more tomboyish. But now it has a much more feminine twist," says , 's senior market editor. </p><p>This means that fabrics are lighter, shoes are ever so slightly more delicate, and those grunge staples are balanced with more contemporary looks. </p><p>HOW TO MAKE THE '90s LOOK WORK IN 2008</p><p>Flannel: Aim to keep your plaid feminine, in the form of a dress or skirt, or pair your masculine flannel with ultra-girly shoes or jewelry. </p><p>Denim: Keep it seasonal by looking for frayed miniskirts and cutoffs. </p><p>Heavy Boots: To balance out the clunkiness of heavy Dr. Martens, pair them with figure-flaunting leggings or narrow jeans. </p><p>Layers: Layering sleeveless sweatshirts over shirts, or cutoffs over tights is in, but to avoid looking too costumey, shun loud patterns or mixing bright colors. </p><p>?</p>?<p>Jason Alexander, Julia Louis Dreyfus and Michael Richards were stars on "Seinfeld.</p><p>" Since then, their new shows have been failures. Yet the networks continue to cast them, hoping to strike it rich twice. The same thing happens with corporations, but the reality is that, as for most actors, it's often difficult to star in a second hit. This thought was drummed home last week when AT&T announced it was de-emphasizing its consumer business. Ma Bell was once the bluest of blue chips - the company that reached out and touched every American. In the past decade, AT&T made a series of bad acquisitions, but its biggest problem is that deregulation left it with an untenable business model. Investors held on, remembering the glory years, as prices and profits continued to drop. The same thing is happening to Kodak. My albums are filled with old pictures, but now I only use digital, a field where Kodak is second rate. Kodak is rushing to transform itself from film to digital, but these transitions are hard to manage. Remember Polaroid, a member of the nifty-50? There was a time when the greatest miracule was seeing your picture in 60 seconds. Now, 60 seconds is an eternity. When the world changes, companies often focus on defending their entrenched positions. When Netflix began shipping by mail, Blockbuster waited, because it had a huge fixed investment in real estate. Now it's late to the DVD-by- mail game. But Netflix, too, will likely miss the next transition - movies-on-demand via cable or computer. One of the biggest mistakes most investors make is to give entrenched companies too much credit when the world is changing. When DVDs arrived, Blockbuster registered strong sales, and investors extrapolated long-term growth. They're doing the same with Netflix today. But it should be clear delivery-by-mail won't compete with instant online delivery. The major airlines built their business around hub-and-spoke routes and variable pricing. The pricing game became so complex that an online industry grew up to help consumers outsmart the airlines. Newer carriers came along with a simpler model: direct flights and low prices. All the major airlines now have failed business models. Many will go the way of Pan Am, National, TWA and Eastern. Second acts are most difficult in technology, because change is so rapid. Sun Micro and Gateway appear headed to the same tech junkyard that claimed Wang, Iomega, Digital Equipment and many others. They all got stuck defending entrenched models as the world changed. Retailing is littered with concepts that have failed - like W.</p><p>T. Grant, Woolco, Caldor and Kmart. The message is simple. It is very difficult for a company to reinvent itself. Some, like IBM, have done a credible job, but most fail when they end up fighting rear guard actions. As stocks, this makes them lousy investments. Peter Siris, a New York hedge fund manager, owns Footlocker and is short Netflix and many of the airlines. Guerrillainvesting@hotmail.</p><p>com</p>?<p>The laws of fashion have never been about logic or reality.</p><p>Take Thursday evening, the first night of . On W. 29th St., tastemakers stood with chattering teeth outside the , as a dapper gentleman with a clipboard informed them they would not be entering the GQ/CFDA Best New Menswear Designers party any time soon because "the fire marshal" had deemed the party to be "at capacity."</p><p>One beat later, a town car purred to a stop, releasing and a small entourage. The apparently fire-retardant 59-year-old designer and a pack of five glided through the doors, where and were inside doing shots together at the crowded bar.</p><p>The scene became positively surreal Friday evening when Barney's window dresser unveiled a diorama at the Style Studio in that involved live models perched atop stacked empty Diet Pepsi cans.</p><p>That was, until one model's stiletto heels punctured one of the containers. Physics took over, and a source tells us, the woman began to "slowly tip backwards" like a leaning tower of anorexia.</p><p>Fortunately, Doonan spotted the listing looker and "grabbed her hand just before she hit an 8-foot soda can," that was on display.</p><p>Uptown, was hanging with the beer-and-shot crowd at .</p><p>Wintour took in the game courtside with her 23-year-old daughter and the latter's comrades. A source tells us Bee and her mom bonded through the first quarter of the game, but for the second, Shaffer gave her seat to CollegeHumor's . Later, Amir handed over the prime real estate to Bee's beau, . Anna even ended up on the Garden's during the contest. One game goer says the crowd didn't seem to recognize Wintour, even though she was ID'd on the screen. At least she didn't get booed like was on Feb. 2.</p><p>And despite tweeting about anticipating 's show at on Saturday, stayed long enough to pose for pics and "mingle on the runway." She rushed out before the presentation began to watch her beau, b-baller , lose to the Knicks in <br>.</p><p>Speaking of Ronsons, 's sis Samantha sported a hostile look at the Z-Spoke and Purple Magazine party at The 's Le Bain. Perhaps it was her surroundings. The deejay seemed to chill after storming, entourage in tow, to the adjacent Top of the Standard, where Mary-Kate and , and partied.</p><p>Contact Gatecrasher: Frank DiGiacomo: <br>: <br>: </p>?<p>You know you've reached as close to rock bottom as you can when you play down to the Devil Rays - which is what the $203 million Yankees did in losing three out of four to Vince Naimoli's $29 million wonder bunch last week. And then we saw Mariano Rivera walking home a run against the A's. Incredibly, the ruins of this Yankee season are now everywhere. At first base/DH, where Jason Giambi lingers uselessly with his disproportionate salary and production; in center field, where Bernie Williams' aching wing and sagging bat have been mercifully removed from the premises; behind the plate, where Jorge Posada's entire game, both physical and mental, seems to have deserted him at 33 with another year and an onerous $12 million option left on his contract; in the bullpen, where Rivera stands alone and without save opportunities; at the back of the rotation, where Kevin Brown, the re-incarnation of Doyle Alexander, begs to be released, and Chien-Ming Wang begs answers to what his role really is; and finally to the farm system which, with the possible exceptions of the last two first-round draft picks, Eric Duncan and Philip Hughes, remains virtually barren. Needless to say, the finger-pointing has already begun with George Steinbrenner turning up the heat on Brian Cashman, Joe Torre and Mel Stottlemyre. There are others who cite the Yankees' unseemly payroll and maintain the finger of blame should point first to Steinbrenner. There's plenty of blame to go around for everyone and The Boss - whose fondness for mottos has curiously never included Harry Truman's "the buck stops here" - deserves his share. But with the exception of Giambi, for whom the Yankees foolishly bid against themselves, Steinbrenner can't be blamed for his spending. Unless, that is, you'd prefer having someone like Naimoli, or Cincinnati's billionaire banana man Carl Lindner, owning the Yankees all these years. The fact is, Steinbrenner has had to allot a healthy portion of his bloated payroll to retaining core players such as Williams, Posada, Derek Jeter and Rivera, while others, such as Mike Mussina, Carl Pavano and Jaret Wright were signed at market value. If Steinbrenner wanted to spend $48 million on 41-year-old Randy Johnson, why should anyone care? What disillusioned Yankee fans should care about is the neglect and waste that Steinbrenner has allowed to fester in the Tampa-based scouting and player development system. More than anyone, it is the entire Tampa branch of the Yankee hierarchy - the quintet of VPs, Mark Newman, Damon Oppenheimer, Bill Emslie, Lin Garrett and pitching guru Billy Connors - who should be answering for the absence of frontline talent coming through the system since the last (Jeter/Williams/Posada/Rivera/Andy Pettitte) bumper crop produced by former farm director Bill Livesey in the early 1990s. These are also the same people who didn't feel Yhency Brazoban was a prospect worth keeping and who pushed for the signing of Tony Womack (at the expense of Miguel Cairo) last winter. Cashman certainly has to be held accountable for misreading the pitching market last winter and gambling on the injury-prone, one-year wonder Wright over sure-thing Jon Lieber. In the Yanks' seemingly endless pursuit of starting pitchers who can handle the pressures of New York, it has to be especially perplexing (not to mention galling) to the Yankee high command that Javy Vazquez, Jose Contreras, Orlando Hernandez and Brad Halsey, all of whom were in last year's rotation at various times, were a combined 10-3 in their respective new digs as of Friday. The undertakers have likened this collapse to 1965 when the Mickey Mantle-Whitey Ford Yankees suddenly got old. A better comparison might be 1982 which, like this season, followed a bitterly disappointing postseason in which the Yankees lost the World Series to the far-less-talented Dodgers in six games and Steinbrenner, after wreaking havoc on the team with his L.</p>?<p>Backstage yesterday at the show, prepared for her first turn down the runway for the spring 2011 season. "I wasn’t going to do the shows, but you know, Alex called, and I love him," Deyn told us. "He killed a cockroach in our house at Coachella, so she owes him," her friend and business partner Fiona Byrne interjected. "We were at Coachella, and we all had a house together," Deyn explained. "There were like seventeen of us," Byrne added. "And Alex came to our party ? we had a pretty wild party ? and we had this huge insect in this house, and he high-kicked and nearly put his foot through the wall and killed this thing, so I kind of owe him," Deyn said. Though actually, Byrne clarified, maybe he owes her: "He did us a favor by killing the cockroach, but then he left a massive footprint on the wall, which we had to pay for ? thanks, Alex."</p><p>See more: </p>?Profile <p> </p> <p>Opened in February 2011, the Alexander Wang flagship is a bold, white-marble-dipped palace that seems befitting for the celebrated designer&rsquo;s first-ever store. A seasonally redesigned steel cage greets visitors near the entrance, and, upon crossing through it, they&rsquo;ll find a white expanse that&rsquo;s sparsely sprinkled with all of Wang&rsquo;s lines. Downtown-friendly womenswear hangs along the walls, along with androgynously loose basics from T by Alexander Wang, and an assemblage of his coveted handbags, sunglasses, and footwear are scattered throughout. At the center of the shop, a leather couch and a cheeky, black, mink hammock give rest to the weary shopping companions of the off-duty models that browse the racks. &mdash; Ray Rahman</p>?<p>Parsons dropout Alexander Wang launched his first full women’s collection in 2007. The label embodies casually cool downtown style, drawing inspiration from the eighties, French chic, and rock grunge ? always finished with a slouchy rolled-out-of-bed edge. Wang launched a diffusion line of pre-weathered cotton tees, tanks, and T-shirt dresses in spring 2009, T by Alexander Wang, as well as a footwear collection of towering platform sandals. He won the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund in 2008, an honor accompanied by a $20,000 award to expand one’s business.</p>StatusCritics' Favorite, NewcomerClientsMegan Fox, Mary-Kate Olsen, Nicole Richie, Gwyneth PaltrowOther Product LinesEyewear, Handbags, ShoesCollaborationsAlexander Wang for Keds (Fall 2008), Alexander Wang for Uniqlo (May 2008), Alexander Wang for Sally Hansen (Spring 2012)Owned ByAlexander WangAddress386 Broadway, third fl.<br> New York, New York 10013<br>212-532-3110Where To Buy, , , , , , , Related Websites?<p> said the ladies she's dressing for the Costume Institute gala the ball's , but the lucky ladies donning and will. This is Wang's first year attending the ball, and he wouldn't reveal who he's dressing, but he told us last night at the Parsons Benefit at the Grand Hyatt that he was pumped about the theme. "If it was like Paul Poiret or something like that," said Wang, citing last year's theme, "I would not have known what to do.&#8230; It&rsquo;s something that&rsquo;s so formal, and then they pick superheroes and people are like, 'What the hell am I supposed to do?'" Wang, who "rarely, rarely" dresses up himself, wouldn't reveal too many details about his lady's look. "It&rsquo;s definitely not a dress, I can tell you that much. That&rsquo;s all I&rsquo;m going to give away," he said. "That&rsquo;s why I got happy, because I was like, 'Yes! I don&rsquo;t have to design a dress!'" </p>?<p>'s career continues to skyrocket with the announcement of his CFDA Award nomination for Womenswear Designer of the Year. The honor is made all the more impressive by his fellow nominees, industry veterans and . Wang has already won a number of the industry's most important awards: Last year, he won the CFDA's Swarovski Award for Womenswear, which recognizes emerging talent; in 2009 he won the prestigious Swiss Textile Award; and in 2008 the Vogue/CFDA Fashion Fund.</p>?<p>Last night in Zurich, collected the prestigious Swiss Textile Award, a 100,000 euro or $147,000 prize. The award was established to bolster the Swiss textile industry, so $14,700 of the prize money is allocated for the winner to buy Swiss fabrics. They can go crazy with the rest, as long as they use it to make and market upcoming collections. The other six finalists vying for the prize included , , Alexis Mabille, , and . Last year, won the award. Kate Mulleavy, who presented Wang with the prize, told British Vogue, "The investment made such a difference for us in the past year ? we have taken the business in a direction we just couldn't have otherwise ? and I'm sure it will change things for Alex too." Last year, Wang won the $200,000 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund award. Maybe next season he can have his after-party at the car wash instead of the gas station.</p><p> [FWD]<br> [Vogue UK]</p>?<p>Though it had been taking place twice a year, once in the summer and once in the winter, Wang's office couldn't confirm whether or not the physical sample sale would return. But we could be seeing more and more labels turning exclusively to Gilt. It's easier &#8212; and cheaper &#8212; for a label to send the merchandise to someone else, rather than working for days on hosting a sale, finding a space for it, hiring people to work it, and promoting it. But we're sad. The prices on Gilt seem higher than those at Wang's sales ( were around $50 at the last Wang sale). And shopping on Gilt never results in the same thrill that buying something at a sale produces. There's no digging, no battling for mirrors, no fighting to make sure someone doesn't take your stuff. In the end, all of that makes the sample sale so much more worth it.</p>?<p>It's no surprise that 's camp vehemently denies that the company violated labor laws at a so-called "sweatshop" in Chinatown. According to a lawsuit filed by former employee Wenyu Lu in Queens, Wang's employees were forced to work up to 25-hour-long days without breaks or overtime pay. The plaintiffs include Lu and roughly 30 other employees, who are demanding$50 million in damages for each of the suit&rsquo;s nine charges. Although Wang's representatives say they have yet to be served with the lawsuit, they're already defending the company.</p>?<p>&#8226 , , , , , , , and are among the 50 designers creating Barbie outfits for the Barbie fashion show at Fashion Week. Alex Wang Barbie? We need. []</p><p>&#8226 's first Liz Claiborne collection is online for your viewing and purchasing pleasure. []</p><p>&#8226 The Humane Society is patting on the back for putting his fur collection . But they plan to implore him to go fur-free. []</p><p>&#8226 Apparently Madonna's new model flame Jesus Luz is just "keeping her warm at night," and she'd never marry him. []</p><p>&#8226 Jay Lyons, Whitney Port's boyfriend on The City, got a record deal with Universal. Also, he and Whitney are reportedly not together in real life. Hold us back. Really. []</p>?<p>The February 14 date of 's fashion show could not be more fitting for the unveiling of the limited-edition condom he designed in collaboration with Planned Parenthood. The Proper Attire rubbers will be sold at Thompson Hotels and , with all profits going to Planned Parenthood. “When Planned Parenthood approached me to collaborate with them on a project that makes condoms more appealing to women, I loved the idea!" Wang said. "I used a spare design that felt sexy, modern and empowering; after all, women should always come first!” Damn straight. Get a side of condoms with your next cocktail at . It's for a good cause.<br> <br></p>?<p>A reporter for the Telegraph was having a nice little interview with at Liberty's in London last week when suddenly the designer noticed that his T-shirt was on backward. You'll never believe what happened next: He turned his shirt around, putting his arms in the right holes and everything. The reporter was dazzled. "There and then, he removes the sweater, taking his arms out of the grey silk-cotton T-shirt ? with its carefully selected 'slightly worn-in' slub ? and turns the garment round the right way. Casual but startlingly confident, it's a gesture that's 100 per cent Alexander Wang." []</p>?<p>The very most important thing that we learned from this video with is that he does not use hair conditioner (should you be really curious, he apparently keeps his hair nice and greasy-looking with something called No-Poo). The second most important thing is that he just launched his much-anticipated menswear collection at Barneys. Here's what Wang has to say about what you're already thinking:<br></p><p>When I launched menswear, people were looking at my womenswear and saying, 'Oh, it's so easy for you to do menswear, because your stuff is so androgynous already, wouldn't you just re-cut certain things?' And I was like, well, yes and no.</p>?<p>Wang fans should hurry to the store to score one of the dresses, all hovering around the $50 to $60 range. The collection will be replenished a few times throughout the day with about 200 more units per style. For those stuck at work, here's a glimmer of hope: They will be restocking "a really small amount" on Monday as well. Wang admitted he learned a lot teaming up with Uniqlo. "They're such a huge team, which I'm not used to. They come in and present options, fabrics to pick from, everything down to the seam. It's very controlled, very focused. I wanted to create something very classic. A lot of times high-end collaborations look very trendy, like, 'Oh, there's that dress from that low-high collection.' But I just wanted mine to be streamlined and affordable prices. Pieces you can easily mix with my regular collection too." Indeed, the dresses are done in slate grays and black, typical of Wang's emerging signature look. Why not play with more color for summertime? "I thought about it. But color for me has to be so specific." </p>?<p> announced today that he's secured a corner space inside the Paris department store Printemps, where he'll open a large shop-in-shop in November. Printemps gave Wang an initial trial run with a pop-up boutique on the store's second floor, which will close at the end of October and, incidentally, features a "customized tufted ottoman." His new shop will be his largest presence in Paris to date.</p>?<p>What that exactly means remains vague. LVMH investing in &#8212; or buying &#8212; Wang's business wouldn't be unheard of, especially if LVMH is considering him for a future position. And if Jacobs does go to Dior, some shuffling amongst LVMH's top designers would surely take place, in which case Wang may might be tapped for another house ( comes to mind, since Phoebe Philo is considered the front-runner for Jacobs's replacement at ). Still, nothing about this story has been confirmed by LVMH or Wang, so it's pure speculation at this point.</p>?<p>Style.com spoke to him about the line before the show: "'I&rsquo;ve always had a fascination with home, but wanted to take it step by step,' Wang said over the phone in between fittings. 'If I can&rsquo;t start with a couch, at least I can start with a coaster.' ...The line&rsquo;s hot ticket, though, is a blackened steel bike chain with a mock croc-covered brass lock."</p>?<p>Formerly draped with garlands made of baby's breath, the cage sculpture in the foyer of 's new flagship store has now been stripped of foliage and installed with "geometric matte posts embedded with LED lighting," a press release from Wang states. Should you have a hankering to see this cage thing yourself, you'll have to go before the end of June, when presumably it'll be replaced by some other artsy installation that will still fail to . </p>?<p>? ’s website got a makeover. The site now carries a larger selection of McCartney’s ready-to-wear, accessories, and lingerie, and there is also a section devoted to the designer’s tips on eco-conscious living. []</p><p>? People actually shopped yesterday! Cyber Monday sales were about 20 percent higher than last year. []</p><p>? HSN is selling a line of undergarments called Ch'Arms, which look like Spanx for your arms. []</p><p>? Speaking of, Jill Zarin is launching a line of shapewear called Skweez Couture. []<br></p>?<p>It seemed like immediately after 's walked, girls across the city took shears to their panty hose and stopped washing their hair. After his , many also probably contemplated sitting in the bathroom with the shower running on hot after getting dressed to get that just-walked-through-a-sauna look. After his , we seriously contemplated cutting holes in our blazers and cocktail dresses. His collections are so cool, so seductive, we don't know how they last on the racks without accumulating a massive amount of drool marks. Naturally, his business is expanding at an unbelievable pace, especially for this economic climate. He'll introduce eyewear for spring. His lower-priced T line will expand to include menswear and pieces that go beyond tank tops and T-shirt basics. But what's in store for spring 2010? He recently told W:</p>Marc Jacobs and Tom Ford would always talk about how they're Seventies kids. And now, I'm thinking about how I'm really a Nineties kid. My ideas come from things that I didn't notice were trends at the time, like seeing my sister wear Via Spiga and watching Saved by the Bell. <br>?<p> flew around earlier this week that was teaming up with Nike, but alas, WWD confirmed with both Nike and Wang that it's not happening. The gossip wasn't baseless, though ? it turns out they'd been scheming up a partnership for spring 2011 that fell through. "Nothing made it to market or will," WWD stated, which is really too bad: Since many of his past designs already resemble workout gear (), he could have just repurposed some of his stuff so that it could be machine washable when you've sweated all over it. Although, if you can afford those shorts, you probably don't mind paying to have your gym clothes dry cleaned.</p><p> [WWD]</p>?<p>Sweatshop allegations against Alexander Wang were refiled in the New York Federal Court on Friday by a new law firm, Kraselnik &amp; Lee,following an from the original lawyer last week. (The, filed at the Queens County Supreme Court a few weeks ago, were dropped so that the suit could be bumped up to the federal level.) The two named plaintiffs, former Wang employeesWenyu Lu andFlor Duante, remain the same; Lu that about 30 other co-workers stand with him on the allegations, but none of them want to be named yet because they're afraid of getting fired.</p>?<p>And hot on the heels (har har) of a successful Uniqlo pairing &mdash; we really do love our $60 black dress &mdash; Wang's got a new lower-priced label in the works, which is actually a line of tees, starting at $28 wholesale for a tank top and $40 for a T-shirt dress. Called T by Alexander Wang, it includes twelve styles in colors like white, gray, lavender, chartreuse, and cerulean. Wang told WWD, &ldquo;Necklines are stretched and armholes are strategically lowered so that it looks worn in &#8230; It&rsquo;s like sleeping in a T-shirt and then wearing it the next day. It&rsquo;s not this crisp little T out of the dryer. It&rsquo;s draped and kind of wilted." We can't remember the last time we felt excited about T-shirts, but lo &#8212; now we are. </p>?<p>The against has been dropped for several reasons, but don't worry &mdash;it's very far from over. The plaintiffs' lawyer, Ming Hai,filed a motion on Thursday to discontinue the case without prejudice, announcing that he's relinquished it to a different lawyer who will refile the case in federal court.Meanwhile, Wang's lawyer, Hugh Mo, says that Hai's original case is so flawed that it should be dismissed with prejudice, which would prevent the new lawyers from being able to refile in federal court or anywhere else. Perhaps most interesting is the beef between Hai and Mo that's totally unrelated to Wang: Just last week, Hai issued a $5,000 fine and court-ordered letter of apology to Mo for misconduct regarding an entirely different case that they clashed over in court last year. In other words, it's been a highly entertaining day on the phone with each of them.</p>?<p>HAIR<br>? The new issue of Zoo has two covers, one with and one with , who's laughing hard at something. Possibly her curled bangs? []</p><p>? once bleached his eyebrows (seemingly as part of his last Halloween costume) but then called colorist Lena Ott a day later for advice and help on restoring them to their natural color. []</p><p>? Gillette used nanotechnology to write tiny, tiny brand slogans out on an actual single beard hair as part of a new ad campaign. Then they shaved off all that hard work with one of their razors, which seems a little silly, but oh well. []</p><p>SKIN<br>? Before last week, Kate Middleton was spotted at the British high-street beauty store Boots, where she's reported to have bought some Nivea moisturizer. So too bad if you use it, too, because it'll now be sold out everywhere, always. []</p>?<p>The show is scheduled to begin in less than one hour. What to expect? Sunglasses with fur lanyards. But are they the thing you never knew you've always needed or the thing you've always known you'd never need? []</p>?<p>Despite 's athletically inspired spring 2010 collection ? complete with letter jackets, ? he is not much of a sports man. Today at his trunk show at Barneys, Wang told us he has never played on a sports team. Might he be rooting for the Yankees? "To be honest, I didn't even know they were in the World Series," he confessed. Not that it matters when you're 25 years old, won the CFDA/Vogue Fashion award after dropping out of Parsons, and have women around the world salivating over your clothes. "After coming off of a season that felt very structured and graphic, I wanted something that had a little bit more of a nostalgic feeling," he explained of the spring show. So he jumped into studying the fashion of football, with more of an eye for twenties headgear than Tom Brady. "I thought, 'Oh I don't know that much about the history of American football. How did it come about? What did they used to wear as helmets?' The idea of leather heads ? it brings you back into a different era, and looking at magazines or books you'd never look at." <br> </p>?<p>Lu claims he was hospitalized for several days after he passed out at his work station because he was forced to work 25 hours straight &mdash; without a break &mdash; and was told he&rsquo;d be fired if he didn&rsquo;t follow orders.</p><p>Lu, 56, a three-year employee of teh [sic] Wang factory, claims he was also ordered to &ldquo;knit and perfect a professional grade leather trouser from cut to finish in four hours.&rdquo;</p><p>The job normally takes 12 hours, and results in a pair of pricey pants that can retail for $300, the suit says.</p><p>When the four hours passed, Lu claims he was insulted and called names by Dennis Wang, who ordered him to not take a break or go home until the job was completed, the lawsuit says.</p><p>Lu was ultimately fired on Feb. 16 after complaining about the labor law violations, bad working conditions, and applying for worker&rsquo;s compensation, said Ming Hai, his lawyer.</p>?<p>was already set to his fall show on Saturday via SHOWstudio.com, but the designer has decided to take his "of the people" mentality to the next level. He became "fixated with the idea of projecting the live feed onto a New York City wall," he tells WWD, and at the last minute, he secured the ultimate location: Times Square. (Kimora Lee Simmons was way on this one.) Wang has reached an agreement with to project his show on the giant LED screen that wraps around the AE flagship store at 46th Street and Broadway. Show up at 7 p.m. on Saturday to watch the collection in all its runway glory. (Though the live show starts at 5 p.m., Wang's PR department confirms there will be a slight delay before the Times Square broadcast, to ward off technical issues.) Wang says he expects "a small crowd" and "confused tourists" to show up. Modest words for a guy who can incite snaking lines with a party at a .</p><p> [WWD]</p>?<p>MAKEUP<br>&#8226 is reportedly doing a makeup collaboration with Shu Uemura. []</p><p>&#8226 Makeup legend Poppy King launches Black Tie Optional for her new line, Lipstick Queen. It's a sheer black, and it looks sexy as hell. []</p><p>HAIR<br>&#8226 Completely Bare opened a new hair-removal spa, the ten-year-old chain's fifth, at 25 Bond Street. So go get waxed or something. []</p><p>FRAGRANCE<br>&#8226 Apparently Paris Hilton spritzes doggy perfume on her pooch Tinkerbell before parties. She also makes her own line of doggy perfume, obviously. []</p><p>&#8226 's next fragrance, Onde, is a trio of Asian-inspired scents ? one for India, Japan, and the Middle East. Money-spending East, here Armani comes. []<br></p>?<p>Now that he's got his own store to populate with furry hammocks and baby's breath vines and whatever else he pleases, has decided to design some branded knickknacks for people's homes. He tells W, "I'm actually working on ? or, well, coming soon, I should say ? special desk accessories and home lifestyle pieces ... Our own custom Moleskine notebooks and little table lighters and that sort of thing." Ah, yes! It was getting so tiresome to record our grocery lists and meeting notes and deepest thoughts on those blank, boring, nonbranded pages. </p><p>Update: A rep from Moleskine states, "Moleskine does not have any plans to collaborate with Alexander Wang right now." The company has worked with Wang on an event in the past, but doesn't currently have any projects with him in the works. So ... what Wang's cooking up is anyone's guess.</p><p>Alexander Wang - The Opening of a Flagship []</p>?<p>The joys of 's divinely cut, stretched-out tank tops won't be just for chicks much longer. Wang plans to launch a men's collection for spring 2010. We never liked sharing, but three cheers for fashion companies expanding in These Times! Might his $200,000 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund prize have helped? Wang likes to road test the men's samples himself, so keep your eyes peeled downtown. []</p>?<p>NAILS<br>? is collaborating with Sally Hansen on a line of nail polishes, which will debut alongside his spring 2012 collection at New York Fashion Week next month. [] </p><p>MAKEUP<br>? Scarlett Johansson appears in a new ad for 's "Secret Eyes" mascara, which isn't really very secret-looking. [] </p><p>HAIR<br>? What Not To Wear stylist Ted Gibson has started a Facebook campaign to add an Academy Award for best hairdressing. His rationale: If makeup is deemed Oscar-worthy, hair should be too. [] </p>?<p> on designing in this economic climate: "There’s no point in creating clothes so out-there, so special that no one can wear them. I try to stay in touch with the customer. We’ve been lucky &#8212 our sales are growing. I think we were also pretty lucky to get out a T-shirt line. It’s nice to have a $65 product. But it’s also nice to have a $1,200 dress, say, for that person at Colette. The key now is that dress has to be worth what it costs." []</p>?<p>’s spring collection, like so many of the spring runways, was , which is a scary thing when you live in a city full of dirty park benches, grimy subway turnstiles, and jostling crowds who spill their coffee on you and then rush off without so much as proffering a napkin. Wang himself is the first to understand: “It's just more risky to wear something like that, in the sense that you don't want to sit down on the subway and things like that,” he explained at his spring collection trunk show at Barneys last night. “How to keep it clean? I don't know. Carry a Tide pen with you?” He was, however, careful to feature fabrics and prints that could weather the abuse of city living: “Why I mixed it up with some rubber and some prints, and if you get a nick on it or a stain on it, you just play it off like it's been there the whole time.”</p>?<p>To debut his fall promotional videos, has dispatched a fleet of vans that will travel around New York City and project the commercials onto large buildings from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. tonight, tomorrow night, and Friday night. The video, which stars , was shot in an abandoned grain factory in Red Hook, Brooklyn, and set to a soundtrack of SebastiAn’s “C.T.F.O.” Which won't annoy people trying to sleep at 3 a.m. at all! </p>?<p>To avoid the cocktail-guzzling masses who don't actually buy anything on Fashion's Night Out, had the clever idea to station himself comfortably in his Soho store while a select group of people perform a talent show for him. To enter, send a 30?90 second clip of yourself performing your "talent" to info@alexanderwang by the end of next week; the chosen contestants will be invited to compete on the night of September 8th, where they can win free clothes. []</p>?<p> finally confirmed he will open his first stand-alone store in New York "sometime this year." He says he's close to signing a lease, but won't say where. He probably doesn't need a new line to fill it up, as we imagine he'll round it out with things like large slabs of acid-treated rock and glass boxes filled with steam and sculptures made from staples, but he's launching one anyway. The collection of "essentials" will initially include three pairs of pants, two jackets, and one flat-front shirt, with prices ranging from $260 to $550. </p>?<p>? will debut men's ready-to-wear and swimwear collections this summer. []</p><p>? Rumors about getting married in a gown by John Galliano persist despite her fiance Jamie Hince's . Now, the Daily Mail hilariously claims John Galliano’s boyfriend will help make sure the dress looks just right. []</p><p>? In other Kate Moss wedding news, Mario Testino will photograph the whole thing, so says iPad newspaper The Daily. []</p><p>? covers the new issue of Spanish V. Pictures of her fellow Brazilian hotties are inside. []</p>?<p>Last night won the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. That means he gets $200,000 to grow his business and a year of mentoring. The selection committee this year included CFDA president , Vogue's Anna Wintour and Sally Singer, Patrick Robinson from the Gap, and Julie Gilhart from Barneys. When we saw Anna at the Alexander Wang show in September, she looked mighty unimpressed, barely turning her head to look at the clothes. Perhaps she just had a stiff neck?</p><p>Runners-up were designers and Sophie Buhai and Albertus Quartus designer Albertus Q. Swanepoel. They'll each receive $50,000 and a business mentor. Past top-prize winners include Rogan in 2007, in 2006, in 2005, and in 2004. Past runners-up include 3.1 , Philip Crangi Jewelry, , , , , Cloak, and Habitual. So this prize is a sign of big things to come. Congrats, Alex!</p><p> [WWD]</p>?<p>According to his publicist, won't be introducing fashion folks to novel pleasures like after his show next week. This is disappointing, particularly since his last few after-parties were such ragers (complete with). No need to mourn, though ? Wang's camp says they'll resume their after-partying in September.</p>?<p>If the fashion issue's of wasn't enough Wang for you, enjoy these bonus shots of child Wang. Here you see the designer during his stint at Stevenson boarding school in Pebble Beach, California ? wearing a T-shirt with a toucan on it. It looks like the faded, worn-in type of thing Wang likes to this day, but God, we hope this isn't the last we see of him wearing a tropical bird.</p><p>Related: </p>?<p>In March, Alexander Wang was who claimed they were forced to work under "sweatshop" conditions &mdash; sixteen-hour days in a windowless room in Chinatown with no bathroom breaks or overtime pay, allegedly&mdash; and then fired when they complained about it. Wang swiftly denied the charges,, and commenced of the first plaintiff, Wenyu Lu. But regardless of how much merit the lawsuit may or may not have had, fashion hates cases of this nature (even trademark infringement is more glamorous than labor), so it's no surprise that the case was settled out of court earlier this month, .</p>?<p>Many of the guests at Barneys' launch of Maje, a capsule collection by stylist Vanessa Traina, go way back with the Traina clan. "We designed Victoria [Traina]'s dress for when she came to New York," said 's Lazaro Hernandez. "She had, like, a debut I guess. It's not a debutante ball, it was more of a party ... she was 17 or 18." Also in attendance was , who attended high school with Vanessa in San Francisco, and , who described Vanessa as his "best friend." Best friend? "We met in Paris a while ago and we just clicked and became really close."</p>?<p>Apparently part of being selected as one of the past three CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund winners is designing T-shirts for Starbucks! Alexander Wang, Sophie Theallet, and Billy Reid all got the honor of making tees to celebrate Starbucks's "40 years of coffee [and] culture." The $85 shirts go on sale today at and at select Nordstrom locations.</p><p> <br></p>?<p>Instead of or , this year's Alexander Wang after-party unfolded at the Emigrant Bank Building across from City Hall in downtown Manhattan last night. State law likely mandated the metal detectors, probably one of the first and last times you'll see that at a fashion party. But once inside, the scene was straight out of the Ben Affleck classic, The Town, complete with Wang himself arriving dressed as a bank robbing nun (spooking several attendees). Staff were given president-themed masks to wear (an homage to bank-robbery movie Point Break), though many ditched them as the space proceeded to get more crowded and sweaty. The bank-teller wall served as the bar, and guests lined up at each window to watch the bartenders contort into odd positions in order to mix drinks in the cramped space.</p><p>DJs spun bumping old school hip hop exclusively for the first hour (DMX! Biggie! Mary J. Blige!) before South African duo Die Antwoord took the stage. Penis imagery flashed repeatedly through the duration of their first song, "Wat Kyk Jy" which they concluded with a heartfelt, "FUCK YOOOOOOOOOOU NEW YORK CITY", while everybody went bananas. Garance Dor&eacute; and Jenna Lyons danced along enthusiastically as did Hanne Gaby Odiele and Lindsay Ellingson. Eventually made her way through the crowd, while a photo of flashed on the screen to Die Antwoord's angry songs. So obviously they're also on Team Liberty Ross as well. As the night wore on, more and more guests spilled in from Carine Roitfeld's CR gala, and eventually Busta Rhymes took to the stage and kept the party going into the wee hours.</p><p>Click through to see all of the likes of getting down, Jared Leto looking remarkably comfortable in a thick denim jacket and full beard, plus flashing her new engagement ring while cozying up to fianc&eacute; Michael Polish.</p>?<p>'s fall stuff just hit Shopbop.com. The paired with numerous looks in the cost $395 and are one of Shopbop's Editors' Picks. Cheap JAP reacts: "When first I saw the price on Wang’s Pseudopants, I assumed they were made from leather, snakeskin, or the tusks of a rare, near-extinct breed of rhinoceri. That wouldn’t excuse paying the $395 pricetag, but at least it’d explain the ludicrous cost ... If I’m paying upwards of $400 for SHORTS, that shit better be drenched in diamond dust a la Madonna’s eyelashes. Not made out of fucking rayon and spandex." []</p>?<p>Screw upholstered furniture, plumbing, and standing around with nothing to do but drink. What was perhaps the coolest party of Fashion Week, thrown last night to celebrate 's spring 2011 collection, made a naughty appeal to the fashion crowd's childlike sensibilities. The party took place in a parking lot under the High Line on Tenth Avenue and 17th Street, as rumored, and boasted Porta-Potties and a full-fledged rented carnival that included bumper cars, a carousel, various games, and an inflatable bouncy castle. Guests' six-inch heels and finest Fashion Week wardrobes didn't stop them from climbing into the bumper cars or bathrooms. Similarly, butt-cheek grazing minidresses didn't stop a lot of girls from having a romp in the bouncy castle or straddling a carousel horse. To top it off, everywhere you looked there was someone really good-looking (, , , ) or famous (Terry Richardson, Russell Simmons, Alexander Wang). Overall, one would assume that either spending money on these shindigs is back ? or parking lots and carnival games are relatively cheap to rent, if not exactly demure.</p>?<p>Next week's fashion issue of New York includes a Carl Swanson, who, apparently, really likes to dance: "He’ll get down almost anywhere, from the grubby Williamsburg Sugarland gay dance garage to the old Sunday-night Hiro party at the Maritime Hotel to traveling German raves that are text-invitation-only to his model pal Agyness Deyn’s party house at the Coachella music festival (where Wang dispatched a model-terrifying desert insect on the wall with a deadly high-kick). He’ll drive to Philly for a good dance party or fly to Barcelona or hit the 'underwear' party in ramshackle Cherry Grove."<p></p><p> [NYM]</p>?<p> got his year off with a bang. Or three. After showing his and having the designer just rolled out the online lookbook for his new diffusion line this week. And, , we're buying it all. First announced last August, the line features 12 styles of comfortable T-shirt dresses, tanks, and shirts that look already worn-in, slept-in, and partied-in, all for a third of what his regular line costs ? a V-neck dress is $85, a tank dress is $89, a boatneck dress is $85, and a sleeveless tee is $74. And you won't have to wait much longer to get your hands on pieces ? the line will hit stores by the end of this month, a representative told us today. , , and are all confirmed to stock the line, and the clothes are available for pre-order now on . So, come Fashion Week, you'll have something new and affordable to wear. Win win!</p><p>Earlier: </p><p> [Nitro:Licious]<br> [Alexander Wang]<br></p>?<p>If you were a guest in 's home, a 2,200-square-foot Tribeca loft, you could sit on all kinds of things ? which is something you can't say about the average New York apartment that probably has only, like, two chairs or a love seat if you're lucky. But not chez Wang, where you might sit on crocodile, goat hair, or fox fur. Former New York Times style editor Holly Brubach sold Wang the space and recently went back to see what he's done with the $2 million investment and write about it for W. <br></p><p>Standing in the place where my pantry used to be, I took in the scene: white walls, black velvet couch, black Karl Springer coffee table, black crocodile dining chairs, black Serge Mouille floor lamps, a pair of chairs covered in black goat fur, zebra rugs, a black fox throw.</p>?<p>In the wake of being named the Best New Menswear Designer by GQ and the CFDA, the designer will launch his first ready-to-wear men's collection this fall (yes, usually things happen in the opposite order, but this is Alexander Wang, so normal rules don't apply). Even Wang admits his surprise at winning: “I got nominated and at first I was like, really?" he told Style.com. But since everyone told him he should and showered him with money to do so, Wang went ahead and made a full menswear collection, which consists of nylon tracksuit pants as well as lots of leather-trimmed coats, black sweatpants, and black leather shorts. Prices begin right where the men's T line tops out, ranging from $375 to $2,150. </p><p> [Style.com]</p>?<p>? ’s show on the third floor of the Plaza, because the other one was being held for Anna Wintour. []</p><p>? Guests could use only one of two working elevators to get to ]</p><p>? Robert Duffy has tweeted his last tweet for and Joseph ]</p><p>? &#8217;s home decor line exclusively, so now you know where to go for your zebra-printed dinnerware needs. []</p>?<p>Despite not doing a menswear show this season and having a small presence in the menswear market so far, won GQ's prize for Best New Menswear Designer in America. Beating out fellow nominees by Michael Bastian, Patrik Ervell, Warriors of Radness, Miller’s Oath, and Riviera Club, Wang's prize includes the schmancy title, a mentorship from Dockers, Bloomingdale's, and GQ editors, and the chance to design a capsule collection for Dockers. So this is also a big win for Dockers, because even if dudes don't get turned on by the idea of a little extra Wang in their pants, chicks sure will, and are likely to buy the stuff anyway. </p><p></p><p><br></p>?<p>Anna Wintour isn't the only fashion person to serve for . After casting South African rap-rave group Die Antwoord in his spring campaign for T, Alexander Wang became fast friends with the trio &mdash; that's lead vocalists Ninja and Yo-Landi Vi$$er, with tracks by D.J. Hi-Tek. From Elle's May issue:</p><p>"He's like a wispy little punk," says Ninja, recalling a debauched night on the town with Wang in December. ("We were like, Whoa, this is VIP shit!") In fact, the duo was so taken with the experience that they name-checked Wang twice on their second album, Ten$ion, released in February. "We had to make a song right after [that night] because we wanted to quickly give him a shout-out," says Ninja, who raps in "Hey Sexy": "I know how to get da dough, I know how to spend da dough/ Rockin' Alexander Wang from head to toe." Adds Yo-Landi, several verses later: "I like partying, partying, partying, damn! Ask my man Alexander Wang."</p>?Alexander Wang’s New Menswear Video Features A$AP Rocky, Diplo, and a Longshore Fisherman Just Returned From Months at Sea Tags: , , , , , ,?<p>As his prize for winning the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, gets $200,000 and business mentoring from an industry veteran. CFDA president has been named as his mentor. Wang will work with her and her team, including DVF president Paula Sutter. </p><p>We never would have imagined Wang and Von Furstenberg working together. She's all about easy, breezy dresses and pretty, colorful prints, and he's all about ripped jeans and shoes that look like they could double as a weapon. We adore both lines, it's just hard for us to imagine Wang and DVF holding hands and skipping down Seventh Avenue together. (But we would love to see that on The City.) </p><p>As for the runners-up, Albertus Swanepoel will be mentored by Andy and Kate Spade, and Sophie Buhai and Lisa Mayock of will be mentored by Patrick Robinson and Andrew Rosen.</p><p> [British Vogue]</p>?<p>HAIR<br>? It may not be spring, but it's already time to copy 's spring 2010 loose, unraveled side-braid. Rachel McAdams rocked the look at the premiere of Sherlock Holmes in London last night, while also wore a Wang-ish do for the January issue of Vogue. [, ]</p><p>? Gray hair is becoming fashionable in Britain. showed the hue for his spring show, and Pixie Geldof wears the color now after three years of being blonde. "I didn’t want to do another color like pink, gray just seemed obvious," Geldof says. Would you go gray on purpose (or stop dyeing your whites)? []</p><p>MAKEUP<br>? stars in the spring 2010 campaign for Nars cosmetics. The collection features pink and peach colors with touches of purple for eyes, lips, and nails. []</p>?<p> used to be 's girl Friday. She styled his shows, served as his muse, kept him company in his studio &#8212 all those fun things most twentysomething girls who hate getting up early wish they could do all day. But some months ago, Wasson got busy doing her own line. We just knew any day dearest Alex would ring us up and tell us he really needed us to come try on his next collection and giggle with him over Starbucks in his studio all day every day for at least the next six months. We didn't know what was taking him so long to call, until we saw this video of Alice Dellal running around in Alexander Wang clothes shot by Dan Martensen. We'll assume she's just keeping them warm for us. </p>?<p>Designers who have already volunteered to make swag for the Obama campaign include many of those whose careers have profited from , like Rachel Roy, Jason Wu, and Narciso Rodriguez; also onboard are Marc Jacobs, Diane Von Furstenberg, rag &amp; bone, Altuzarra, Alexander Wang, Tory Burch, and Tracy Reese. Notably absent is Donna Karan, whose parent company, LVMH, initially discouraged their brands from participating for fear of alienating Republican customers (Marc Jacobs apparently went ahead and made T-shirts for the initiative anyway). Merchandise will go on sale online at runwaytowin.com on Thursday, with all proceeds going to the Obama Victory Fund.</p>?<p>Looks like Alexander Wang&rsquo;s legal troubles won&rsquo;t be swept under his fur hammock any time soon. After thirty workers accusing the designer of running an alleged sweatshop in Chinatown, another plaintiff has come forward, putting a second name to the case. Flor Duante, a 48-year-old single mother of three, says she had to work more than 90 hours a week in the windowless, 200-square-foot room and that she was terminated after filing for workers&rsquo; compensation. On Friday, Gawker took a field trip to 386 Broadway, the scene of the supposed crime, but didn&rsquo;t see much, other thanthe company&rsquo;s CFO Mark Greene, who referred them to the brand&rsquo;s press rep.</p><p></p>?<p>Aja Mangum, New York's tireless beauty editor, has hit the shows yet again, this time scoping out the hotness backstage at . According to makeup artist Dick Page, the styling was inspired by "street girls" au naturel. No, he didn't mean hooker-chic (damn!), but more the look of a simply glam gal out on the town. Think textured hair, some "murk in the eye," a bit of bronzer &#8212; and voil&#224;! The show was also styled by former model , who summed up Dick's work in one word: "amazing." See it to believe it, people.</p>?<p>&bull; tapped Azealia Banks to be the face of his T collection for fall. []</p><p>&bull; Though they now have the option to compete in T-shirts and shorts, the U.S. female Olympic volleyball players insist on continuing to play in their teeny bikinis. []</p><p>&bull; And in more Olympics news: Basketball players Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony posted a picture of themselves in their Ralph Lauren&ndash;designed uniforms. They really manage to make the berets work. [ via ]</p><p>&bull; goes for baroque in a feathered jacket on the cover of WSJ. magazine's September issue. []</p><p>&bull; S&atilde;o Paulo Fashion Week is becoming one of the biggest fashion weeks in the world. []</p><p>&bull; Pregnant appeared in an editorial for Love magazine, shot the day before she gave birth. [ via ]</p>?<p> was all about sharp linear cutouts and neutral colors, and when our artist Samantha Hahn went backstage with her watercolors, she zeroed in on some of the most striking details. Shapes were boxy and sophisticated with plenty of leather and a few exotic skins, while shoes were strapped high up models' calves. Hairstylist Guido Palau added an edgy accent to the ponytail by placing a strip of black or white duct tape across center parts, and the beauty look aimed for flawless and sexy, with a bold brow and rosy cheeks. Click ahead for Hahn's portraits.</p>?<p>The inspiration for 's spring 2011 show, which walked on Pier 54 yesterday, was "" ? and the collection was quite white, right down to the hair. The plaster-looking goop was actually clay, made specially for the show by Redken stylists, who combed it through the models' hair before tying it in a knot. Top model , who has had all kinds of crazy things done to her hair, wasn't worried about whether or not it would come out, but was worried that no one would pick her up in a cab after the show. Hear more from her and in the video after the jump.</p>?<p>Last season, camera bulbs flashed nonstop backstage at Alexander Wang as Gisele, Shalom Harlow, and Karolina Kurkova were prepped to make their surprise appearance on the runway. This time, probably because Mrs. Brady is busy being pregnant, the beauty look was the big secret. Makeup artist Diane Kendal and hairstylist Guido Palau were good at keeping their lips sealed, and colorist Laurie Foley was on hand to bleach all of the blonde models' eyebrows ... but why? Foley wouldn't say; however she alluded to a possible finale "lightshow" (!!!). And their faces were highlighted with unusual amounts of white shimmer on their temples, cupid's bow, and cheeks, so we're thinking those areas will glow. Everyone's hair was parted and accessorized with a strip of electrical tape &mdash; the brunettes got black; the blondes, tape was that off-white. We're looking forward to seeing if our super-sleuthing worked and whether Wang has been watching Tron on repeat.</p><p></p>?<p>Athletic-inspired pieces were a huge , withdesigners taking sneakers, visors, and workout pants out of the gym. This T by Alexander Wang top offers an edgy take on a football jersey silhouette with mesh panels. Opaque jersey keeps the top from being overly revealing, but it's ideal for a night out or when the weather gets unbearably hot.</p><p>T by Alexander Wang Cotton Netting Combo Tee, $110 .</p>?<p>It's no surprise the fall runways are full of boots. ('Tis the season for keeping your toes warm.) But designers found new ways to update the basics this season. 's lace-up booties featured a capped silver toe, while sent out calf-high velvet versions in either black or burgundy. played with color by covering the shoe in blue and purple prints and adding accents of cobalt metallic, yellow piping, and teal velvet. See more close-up shots of footwear, jewelry, and accessories in our details slideshows. Click "full screen" to see everything up close.</p><p>DETAILS<br><br><br></p>?<p>Alexander Wang is on a roll. His show has morphed over the past couple of years into one of the hottest of New York Fashion Week, working its way toward Marc Jacobs?level buzz, with ticketing so strict you might think the room was home to not only a runway show, but also the free world's nuclear secrets. His only kept the buzz going well into the next day ? if Fashion Week attendees weren't debating his collection and fretting over their ability not to spill on next year's whites, they were talking about which carnival rides they went on and how late the fun kept them out. Did he have two bars or three? Etc. But today, Cathy Horyn brings her reliably sober view to the excitement over the designer.</p>?<p>Cathy Horyn was a bit nonplussed by some of the frattier aspects of 's after-party last night. "Inside the pier, which was partly carpeted in moist Astroturf that squished under my feet, some of the models were chugging extra-large cans of beer," she reported. This wasn't the only alcohol option, however: "Some waiters were passing around trays of Jello shots, and I saw Mr. Wang grab a couple, down them and dance off. The shots looked like beef consomme."</p><p> [On the Runway/NYT]<br>Related: <br><br><br></p>?<p>In addition to our runway galleries, we've also got oodles of videos from the shows, should you want to see the clothes actually move and the models actually walk in those shoes. There's also lots of backstage footage, too, so you can see just how much mayhem goes on at these things. See our latest batch of films, below.</p><p>? <br>? <br>? <br></p>?<p>Ricci, who stars in the new TV series Pan Am, says that she's always been a fan of the era. "I've always been a big vintage shopper and the sixties were my period," she told the Cut. "It's the cut that looks good on me. It's very feminine and has a sense of fun and a sense of humor about it. It's kind of an ideal thing for me. Now my job is to dress up in sixties fashion." Maybe Ricci's affinity for all things sixties runs in the family: Her mom was a mod fashion model, after all. "That has a huge influence on me as well. My first images of beauty were images of her fashion tear sheets," she added. But shooting the show isn't just about playing dress up: Ricci is terrified of being filmed in high-definition. How is she coping? "Sleep as much as possible, intensify the face cream and I'm getting a prescription for Retin-A," she told us. "The rest is out of my hands."</p>?<p>Cintra Wilson gave a rave review of the new store in Soho in today's Times, which comes as no surprise considering her weakness for Wang's T-shirts. While in August, she confessed to purchasing one: "I know what you’ll think, and you’re right: an $89 T-shirt is a crime against humanity ... But it was so soft, it was making my brain flood with dopamine, like a security blanket." Her experience in Wang's boutique is similar: "An $80 black rayon T-shirt should be a grotesque plutocratic sin. But when you put on one of Mr. Wang’s, you realize: oh. This would be equally appropriate for work, bowling, lawn darts, gnocchi fights ... and it drapes well enough to be worn as rebellious evening wear. It connects dots you hadn’t imagined were connectible before." []</p>?<p>At least the salespeople won't have to worry about a customer asking them to take the last pair of size-two pants off the mannequin so that she can try them on.</p>?<p>THE HITS:</p><p></p><p>&bull; "Mr. Wu was completely at home in his retelling of Shanghai Lily...This show worked because he recognized an opportunity to exaggerate the motifs, even parody them, rather than merely borrow a bit of Chinese texture." []</p><p>&bull; "[H]is most confident [show] to date...But if [the lace evening dresses] will be too costumey for Wu's crowd, there was plenty of that reliably strong sportswear to march away with." []</p><p>&bull; "[F]ierce in many ways...It was a startling change for Wu, but impressive, and showed off both his range as a designer and his technical abilities...an exciting about-face." []</p><p>&bull; "Jason Wu has proved once again that his golden boy status was no fluke...We expected heaven, and he delivered." []</p><p>&bull; "[T]ackling Asia was a risk...Wu handled all [archetypes] with calculated polish and savvy commerciality...costume-y flourishes were intentional...this was Wu&rsquo;s most severe and sophisticated work yet." []</p><p>&bull; "[I]t was Wu&rsquo;s most dramatic runway show to date &ndash; and if you looked closely, his most dramatic collection as well...Wu&rsquo;s woman has gotten way stronger." []</p><p></p><p></p>?<p>HAIR<br>? A clump of Elvis Presley's hair is going up for auction on October 18 in Chicago, and it's expected to sell for $12,000. The hair is from 1958, when the singer had to shave his sideburns for the Army. []</p><p>? The show featured a loose side braid, a similar look to what sent out weeks ago (Wang had a side part, Miu Miu's was in the center). Perhaps it's because hairstylist Guido Palau was the hair leader working on both shows. []</p><p>? Pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, Obama adviser David Axelrod, and Attorney General Eric Holder are among the nominees for the Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year. You can vote for a winner online at the . []</p>?<p>EVENTS<br>&#8226 More than 70 venues teamed up for the , in which shops like Bloomingdale's Soho, M Missoni, Theory, Via Spiga, and others stay open late and offer discounts to raise money and awareness for New York City's homeless. Visit to purchase a $20 bracelet to attend, or call 212-274-0550 for more information. 6?11. </p><p>&#8226 Get a free "MD Skin-care Facial" (worth $50) with any purchase at Trina Turk. 67 Gansevoort St., nr. Washington St. (212-206-7383); 6?9. </p><p>&#8226 Stop by Lord & Taylor for a guys' shopping night with Details magazine and 1050 ESPN radio station. Spend $1,000 or more and receive a free iPod Touch. 424 Fifth Ave., at 39th St., tenth fl. (212-391-3344); 5?8.<br></p>?<p>&#8226 Castor & Pollux is marking up to 60 percent off the fall stock from 3.1 , , and . 238 W 10th St., nr. Bleecker St.; 212-645-6572; Mon.&#8211;Sat. (noon&#8211;7); Sun. (1&#8211;6).<br> <br>&#8226 Swarovski crystal jewelry is on sale up to 75 percent off at the Ted Rossi sale starting today. Also find big discounts on python and leather bags and accessories. Through 4/4. 15 E. 30th St, nr. Fifth Ave.; Ste 300 (212-683-1726); 11&#8211;7.<br><br>ENDING TODAY<br>&#8226 The big denim sale ends today at the SOS Sample Sale with men&rsquo;s and women&rsquo;s apparel 40 to 90 percent off. Brands like Seven for All Mankind start at $70, while Joe&rsquo;s Jeans start at $55. Through 4/2. 264 W. 40th St., nr. Seventh Ave. (978-602-5585); 11&ndash;8.</p>?<p>&#8226 Sandals, heels, and more, from Hollywould&rsquo;s cruise collection, are up to 80 percent off. Through 6/30. 198 Elizabeth St., nr. Prince St. (212-219-1905); Thurs.&#150;Sat. (11:30&#150;7); Sun. (noon&#150;5).<br> <br>&#8226 Society for Rational Dress, Diabless, , and Morphine Generation are all 20 to 75 percent off at the Woodley & Bunny sale. 490 Driggs Ave., nr. N. 9th St. (718-218-6449); Daily (noon&#150;8).</p>?<p>The Day Before is Sundance's documentary series that follows several fashion designers in the final (roughly) 24 hours leading up to their fashion shows. The next season, which follows , , , 's Peter Copping, and as they prepare for their fall 2010 shows, premieres tomorrow at 10 p.m. EST. We have two exclusive clips from the Versace and Wang episodes to share with you. In the first, Donatella does a fitting on model-of-the-moment , who is known for her lips and is only 16 years old. Versace puts her in a seriously sexy cutout dress and can't get over how hot she is at such a young age.</p>?<p>As the music blasted backstage at Alexander Wang, Fabiola Beracasa caught up with model Jaime King, fashion editor Meredith Fisher, a very soft-spoken Chanel Iman, and the designer himself ("Did I mention he's cute?" said Paper's Mr. Mickey). Wang talked about his edgy aesthetic as "something that's a little bit loose and baggy. Own it. It doesn't have to fit in every little place. It's all about the flaws and imperfections."</p>?<p>Alexander Wang<br>&#8217;s show has had steady buzz for two weeks, peaking when word came out that former model Erin Wasson was styling his show and DJs AM and Aoki were spinning his after-party. But did the man live up to the hype? Sort of. Cathy Horyn lamented that while WWD said Flattering. The Daily, on the other hand, was eager to appoint Wang the new king of the hipsters, claiming his Style.com noted that there were some standout pieces, But WWD asked the most important question: </p>?Beach SweatersOpen-weave knits are a surfer thing, but they&rsquo;realso very helpful in a spring that can&rsquo;t makeup its mind.?<p>We caught Foxy Brown after her performance at after-party at Cortlandt Alley last night, her first show in NYC since being released from Rikers Island earlier this year. Decked out in a custom fuchsia Alexander Wang dress, Foxy treated the sweaty crowd to some of the best of Il Na Na, and Wang to some stage time. "The highlight was fucking Alexander doing the fucking booty shake what your mama gave ya! That was fly," Foxy told us. &ldquo;So you're right at home at Fashion Week?&rdquo; we asked the Park Slope native. "It feels so good," Foxy said. "Karl said to me, and also Marc &hellip; they all said to me that they never saw a little black girl that was so interested in couture and haute couture. I would be in our house, with the brush singing and [my mom's] fur coats. And her high-heeled slippers &hellip; my mom has an Herm&#232;s Birkin bag from back in the day that I rock now and is sicker than any bag ever. Fashion is totally embedded in me."<br></p>?<p>We're busily publishing today's shows right now. Check out runway video of what might be a and Alexander Wang's . Plus, slideshows for , , , , , and .</p>?<p> &#8212; rocker Gavin Rossdale's surprise daughter &#8212; fared less elegantly. Clutching a petite white pooch who looked as drenched as her brunette bangs, Daisy perched in the front row next to boyfriend Mark Ronson, whose severe-storm gear of choice was tight mid-thigh plaid shorts, a T-shirt that read "Bikini Kill," and sneakers. We can't wait until CNN's live-on-the-scene hurricane reporters adopt this approach. Down the way, Erin Wasson merrily chirped to reporters about how pieces from her jewelry line, Low Luv, would appear on Wang's models. And we can't quite believe Jessica Szohr is the first Gossip Girl cast member we've seen at the tents, considering she plays our least favorite character (tied with Jenny Humphrey). In fact, we've spied her twice today: once, studiously avoiding photographers alongside Jessica Stam as they hustled into the tents pre&#8211;Charlotte Ronson, and again in Wang's front row watching her model pal strut the catwalk. We hope she had a raincoat, because her paper-thin white V-neck isn't going to stand up to the weather unless she takes shelter near Anna's weather-repellent bob.</p>?<p>Over 400 people are on the waiting list for it at Barneys. "Now we’re going to have to figure out how to produce more bags so our section won’t be empty come January," reassures. His similar denim leather Coco duffel is available for $850. []</p>?<p>Armed with squeegees and buckets, the brand's Soho flagship employees wore their fall/winter best to clean up an egging that occurred outside the store sometime last night. None of them looked too amused about the task ... nor like they'd had enough coffee to discuss .</p>?<p>A model sneaked in a few bites while getting her hair done backstage before , which walked at 5 p.m. today at Pier 94. </p><p></p>?<p>Some designers are known for playing favorites with models. basically lives on the runway. &rsquo;s a go-to for . Luckily for up-and-coming models, there are also designers like , who gives the newbies a real shot. He said he likes how rising novices give the show &ldquo;a fresh feeling.&rdquo; Fresh, indeed: He was the first designer to pick up , who went on to huge bookings all over Paris. So, how can you earn a spot on his September runway? &ldquo;It&rsquo;s the attitude and feeling you get from a girl when she walks in. If she&rsquo;s confident and has an awesome stomp, we&rsquo;ll prob book her,&rdquo; Wang said. So, girls, ditch your wallflower ways and work on your walk. You&rsquo;ve got all summer. &#8212;Kendall Herbst</p>?<p>Ivanka Trump wore a knotted dress to the 2012 Good Awards at the Empire Hotel yesterday. She paired the dress with pointy flats.</p><p>Do the draped panels on this dress flatter Ivanka? All in all, can she pull off Wang's edgy aesthetic?</p>?<p><br>The Egyptian-inspired collection from design duo Sophie Buhai and Lisa Mayock was simply stunning. They have taken their expert draping and love of whimsical details to a beautiful new level of sophistication. I loved the offbeat pairing of long and lean silhouettes in silk twill with cropped and shrunken leather vests and jackets and the quirky combinations of colors like marigold, pistachio, and rust. Every cool girl will be in line to get her hands on one of the black Egyptian-beaded collars. The sleeveless tropical wool power suit and the printed silk shirtdress worn over buttery-soft brown leather leggings were amazing. The skeletal silver jewelry from Jill Platner was a perfect match to the pyramid embellishments and embroidered hieroglyphs. And I want every pair of their new shoe collection for Via Spiga! Especially the studded high-heel suede mules. </p>?<p>? is on the cover of the new issue of Vogue Japan, shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. []</p><p>? says he was one of those kids who split expensive purchases across lots of different credit cards so that his parents wouldn’t notice. []</p><p>? This weekend, designers Laura and Kate Mulleavy took over the airwaves at L.A. station KCRW for a five-song set that included the theme song from Star Wars. []</p><p>? More news: Liz Goldwyn takes some credit for ’s success. “I remember the first Rodarte show ? of course, at first, everyone was like, 'Really, Liz? They're from California!' But I told the editors they had to trust me.” []</p><p>? Stephanie Phair, director of the Outnet, shares tips on discount shopping. []</p>?<p>Alexander Wang has been doing swift business for the past few seasons in soft cashmere T-shirts that are beautifully proportioned and draped, exactly what all sorts of women would like to wear in all sorts of situations: to the office, to the beach. So it is perhaps ironic that the biggest problem with the collection he showed yesterday afternoon at Pier 94 was that it was so incredibly stiff: charcoal and pinstripe suiting, for example, looked rough and itchy and square. Narrow cropped trousers and woolen shorts were neat updates, but blazers hacked to reveal midriffs and extended into tails looked awkward and, frankly, uncomfortable. The occasional panel of lace did more to soften the effect than the chiffon ribbons dangling from backpacks (the little knapsacks and the thick-heeled shoes called to mind late-nineties Prada) or the application of velvet or chenille.<br></p>?<p>"To be so fucking incredibly creative and genius ... " Busta Rhymes said last night as he toasted Alexander Wang at the designer&rsquo;sChambers Street bank after party. "Just put your fucking drinks up," he concluded before spraying the crowd with champagne.</p><p>Subversion (plus pot and cigarette smoke) was in the air. The scene felt like aDark Knightdream sequence where a gaggle of Occupy Wall Street rouges, backed by a battalion of models, hold up a bank by demanding Belvedere and orange juice. The event staff donned rubber president masks, cocktails were ordered from teller windows, and Wang arrived surreptitiously as a masked nun in a full habit.<br> <br> Liberty Ross danced to opener Die Antwoord and said of her , &ldquo;To be honest I was totally terrified. I hadn&rsquo;t actually been out of my house for seven weeks so I was really anxious. But it felt amazing.&rdquo; Wang, who was fully enjoying the party &mdash; dancing with models and climbing on shoulders &mdash; said he invited her to do the show, &ldquo;Because I love her and I support her.&rdquo;</p>?<p>Get your legs ready, ladies! Because now you can purchase Lindsay Lohan's 6126 line without those bothersome shipping and handling charges. Last night LiLo launched the stretchy things at our very own Henri Bendel ? mom Dina and sister Ali in tow ? with more than 300 fans looking on, screaming, and possibly flailing. Lohan wore a smashing dress, shoes, and 6126 leggings but revealed that is one of her favorite designers. </p>“I wanted to go to his show so bad, but his publicist said they weren’t allowing any celebrities to attend,” she said. “So I said, ‘Consider me a normal person then!’ But they wouldn’t.”<br><p><br>That's interesting. Because we were at Wang's show, and included Jessica Szohr, , and Mark Ronson. We guess Wang's team didn't want someone as famous as Lindsay, who attracts photographers and chaos like a magnet does iron filings, and can't help but steal attention from the clothes. But still &#8212 being exiled from the Wang show? Lindsay, if you need a hug, ours are free.</p><p> [WWD]</p>?<br> <p><p>While the average 24-year-old was contemplating how many nights a week he could call ramen ?dinner,? Alexander Wang was readying his fifth (!) collection for Fashion Week. </p></p> <p><p>So he&rsquo;s a little farther along on the career track than most of his peers?CFDA nomination, check, Vogue editor in front row, check?but he still parties like an art student, with his school friends. Right before his show, despite endless fittings, hair and makeup tests, and so on, Wang rented a full-size, fully loaded party bus for his California-high-school?Parsons-art-school crew and ran around town until the wee hours. Because success is only fun if it means you can buy Hooters T-shirts for the gang.</p></p>?Look, Another Picture of Alexander Wang’s Adorable Niece Tags: , Photo: Courtesy of American Express?<p>Prabal Gurung holds his show on Pier 57 at 15th Street, a former bus depot which &mdash; not-so-fun fact &mdash; was used as a makeshift detention center for protesters during the . Gurung installs a long, long runway that is enveloped with smoke at one end (but no mirrors &mdash; or only the ones backstage) and sends out layers of chiffon in varying lengths that echo, albeit with a certain sophistication, the long-in-the-back-short-in-the-front aesthetic every teenager seemed to embrace this summer. There are mirrors but no smoke at Threeasfour, held at the in-felicitously named Hole Gallery on the Bowery. The venue reeks of incense &mdash; you might be in a college dorm circa 1968, queuing up your Iron Butterfly album &mdash; but thankfully the clothes don't look back. The aforementioned mirrors show up riveted to spectacular platform shoes (sometimes the model wears one reflective boot instead) and the ensembles, with Threeasfour's trademark curved seams and elaborate construction, employ fabrics that include a surprisingly sporty purple mesh.</p>?<p>“Definitely Michael Alig?inspired,” says the young woman behind me at the Bess show, citing approvingly the club kid/murderer currently doing twenty years upstate. But in fact, this small event on the first day of the spring 2012 New York collections, in the Bess store on Lafayette Street ? the former home of Keith Haring's Pop Shop ? far transcends that dumb killer’s dubious charms. The models include lollypop-sucking Lolitas in skirts whose hems are obscured by Beanie Babies, and bare-chested guys in clown collars, walking a makeshift runway covered with superhero bedspreads. It’s a delightfully benevolent vision of transgressive dressing ? an exuberant burst of laughter in the dark, a cry of subversive joy in a city that hasn’t been the same since 2001 and a fashion industry that has never fully recovered from 2008.</p>?<p>? Michelle Obama is the cover model for Conde Nast Traveler's May issue. The dress she's wearing is not the same one she wore on the cover of Vogue's March 2009 issue, though it looks similar. []</p><p>? on finding the perfect location for her store, which opens today on Broome Street: “I’ve heard about Meatpacking, about Bleecker Street, about Brooklyn. So I’ve been scouting all around, all those places where things are happening. But my heart was still in SoHo because there are beautiful buildings and I wanted to open a quieter, spacey shop.” []</p><p>? launched his first underwear collection yesterday on his website. The pieces ? crop tops, triangle bra tops, and one-shoulder shelf bras ? are part of his T by Alexander Wang collection and retail for $48 to $72. []</p>?<p>Ever wonder what happens after the blank-faced models glide off the runway and disappear backstage at the end of the show? In the case of Saturday's show, they actually reanimate! Photographer Jeremy Kost has been shooting video for us all week, and he caught the mannequins as they exited the runway and immediately turned into lovely, bouncy cheerleaders. It's actually kind of cute watching them shout "Whooo!" after they've finished walking &#8212; the momentary sense of camaraderie is like a high-school sports team, minus the muscle mass.<br></p>?<p>There's been a lot of mood black on the runways so far this New York Fashion Week, so some of today's highlights came from the other end of the color palette. showed shiny structured pieces that would work perfectly with last season's , mixed crisp white collars and (furry) trims with intricate embroidery and gold paillettes, and ' Scott Sternberg seemed to have taken inspiration from a day's clear skies over A Little House on the Prairie. See these shows and many more &mdash; including today's Top Model alum on the runway, (with cocktail sticks stuck on her face, it would seem) walking for &mdash; in our of all this season's shows.</p><p>RUNWAY<br>&bull; <br>&bull; <br>&bull; </p>?<p>'s diffusion label T by Alexander Wang's fall campaign stars musicians Santigold and Spankrock, shot by Dan Jackson. A curly-haired Malgosia Bela bagged the ads, and after we saw all of Saskia de Brauw's shots for yesterday, her male model counterpart Sean O'Pry's campaign images are here today too. <br>See these shots and more in our freshly updated slideshow of . </p>?<p>For his 2011 pre-fall collection, abandoned his in favor of tough black leather with pieces of khaki, stone-washed denim, and pumpkin-colored suede mixed in. Check out , plus hundreds more pre-fall looks, in our .</p>?<p>Pre-fall's not over yet, folks! Here are a few new collections, including lots of cropped double-breasted jackets from Wang, peplum skirts from McCartney, and gorgeous monochromatic patterns from Lam.</p><p>&bull;&bull;<br> &bull;</p>?<p>Resort collections were once intended for winter cruises, but they now comprise a good portion of what labels sell in stores to real people. (You've probably noticed a lot of weird runway stuff doesn't make it to racks.) Images of new lines trickle in as houses release them on a nice relaxed summer schedule ? the calm before the September shows. We're getting them up for your viewing pleasure as they roll in: Today, enjoy slideshows of and 's complete 2011 resort collections. As you can see, Wang is pushing socks and sandals.</p>?<p>At this point you've probably already clicked through our runway galleries of's and s latest shows, but now you can view the collections in video form. Go on. You know you want to see Wang's fur shoes and Gurung's Miss Havisham get-ups in action. </p>?<p>We're getting into the belly of the beast that is New York Fashion Week: Saturday brought in 18 new shows, including , , , and . sent fluttery tunics and fur-trimmed sunglasses down the runway, and worked with rugged knit sweaters and floor-sweeping ponchos. Meanwhile, showed bias-cut dresses in shades of rust. See them all, plus tons of backstage and front row photos, in our runway galleries.</p><p>? <br>? <br>? </p>?<p>Today's latest shows are available for your viewing pleasure. Richard Chai showed his mens- and womenswear collections back-to-back, Christian Siriano used funky prints, and Alexander Wang went for an athletic vibe, mixing sporty sweatpants with leather. See the latest runway galleries. </p><p><br><br><br><br></p>?<p>One of the most surprising moments of Fashion Week so far came from , not his leather-filled, slashed up collection. Meanwhile, brought sleek silhouettes adorned with gold scales and tassels and showed peplums, skirts, and dresses in strong prints and dazzling sequins. See these collections and many more on our updated .</p><p>&bull; <br>&bull; <br>&bull; </p>?<p>, , and might be the obvious breakthrough faces of 2011, but don&rsquo;t you forget Polish model . The 17-year-old debuted with a spring 2011 ad spot for Prada and then exploded during fall 2011, landing campaign work for Chlo&eacute;, Louis Vuitton, Proenza Schouler, and Yves Saint Laurent cosmetics. For 2012, Bijoch was tapped to be the face of, Trussardi, Paul &amp; Joe, and now Alexander McQueen. Meanwhile, Alexander Wang hired South African hip-hop band, Die Antwoord, for his T by Alexander Wang spring ads.</p><p>See these images, and more shots from &rsquo;s Sonia Rykiel campaign, in our ever-growing .</p>?<p>It was the biggest day of shows yet for Spring 2011 Fashion Week, and we've reeled in sixteen batches of new looks from , , , , , and many more. put white clay in his models' hair and dressed them in sheer neutral-colored layers, while turned out girly florals and light-washed denim. Meanwhile, there were cone boobs at , cool blues at , and bright color-blocking at . Click below to see the galleries in full.</p><p>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? <br>? </p>?<p>More new collections have arrived! 's spring 2012 show featured wet-haired models tromping down a concrete catwalk in white ankle-strap shoes, while showed purple metallics, sheer paneling, and bondage-style details. At , leather details and playful red-striped suspenders spiced up a mostly black-and-white palette. See them all, plus , , , and more, below.</p><p>? <br>? <br>? </p>?<p>New York Fashion Week is almost over, and the last shows are trickling in: today saw 's pastel florals and feather boas, as well as 's Victorian-inspired hourglass shapes. Meanwhile, (a.k.a. the Wang clothes that you might actually be able to afford) showed simple shapes in soft cotton and mesh.</p><p>RUNWAY<br>? <br>? <br>? </p>?<p>Karl Lagerfeld shepherded his angelic-looking godson, toddler Hudson Kroenig, down the red carpet at last night's party forThe Little Black Jacket: Chanel's Classic Revisited, a betweenLagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld. Kroenig is no stranger to the limelight, having walked the Chanel runway , and he braved the cameras with aplomb (of course, Lagerfeld kept a stern gloved hand on his shoulder at all times). The guest list included in Black Jacket, including Alexander Wang, who admitted he was "sweating all over the place" during the shoot. "Karl kept asking for towels," he said. See Frankie Rayder, Linda Evangelista, and other party guests in our slideshow.</p>?<p>Meanwhile, the same unnamed source says that 's hat is now in the ring. This seems far-fetched for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that Wang has never attempted anything even close to couture. What's more, he probably wouldn't even want the job, considering he's currently making a killing with his surefire formula of slouchy streetwear. (Also, if Ackermann is "way too edgy" for Dior, per this source, then what does that make Wang?) Jacobs lacks couture experience as well, but many critics believe that he's ready to attempt it, particularly after his latest collection. And finally, it's doubtful that LVMH would allow about negotiations between Dior and Jacobs if they wanted to keep him at Vuitton all along. In short, he's still the most likely candidate.</p>?<p>Last season held his after-party in the gas station next to Milk Studios. It drew a line so big and scary that many people who had planned to go walked away at the mere site of it, not knowing they'd miss a surprise performance by Courtney Love and kick themselves for it later. Fashionologie has heard that this year Wang's after-party ? the coolest event in all of Fashion Week as of recent seasons ? will take place in a "miniature amusement park." Sources say the carnival party will include cotton candy, games, and "a small set of rides." And they plan to institute some sort of wrist-band system to prevent crashers. Since animals are so in, we'd like to suggest the Wang people rent a petting zoo, including a , and have pony rides with ponies attired in new spring Alexander Wang horsewear.</p><p> [Fashionologie]</p><p>Update: Fashionologie's post has been taken down but! We promise to keep you updated with all news and facts regarding the Wang after party as they break.</p>?<p>Photographer Ryan McGinley is buddies with , and would invite him to gay dance parties he used to host on the Lower East Side. "Have you seen him dance?" says McGinley. "He could've been a Fly Girl on In Living Color. I never made out with Alex, but we bumped and grinded on the dance floor." []</p>?<p>SALES:<br>Clothes<br>Through 3/2: Um, Barneys. As in, the , where you'll get your entire wardrobe for the next year for a fraction of the price. Markdowns on Lanvin, Jil Sander, Balenciaga, Manolo &#8230; you get the idea. And if you don't at this point, we're not sure we can help you. 255 W. 17th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 2/14&#8211;2/15 (8&#8211;9); weekdays (10&#8211;9); weekends (10&#8211;7).</p>?<p>&#8226 Bidders, get excited! The grand opening of the Lower East Side Auction House is hosting their first auction this year today called &ldquo;Everything Must Go.&rdquo; Stock includes estate furniture and heirlooms imported from upstate New York and Pennsylvania. Register for $10. 139 Norfolk St., nr. Rivington St. (646-478-7689); 4 p.m.. </p>?<p>&#8226 Perennially fashionable men&rsquo;s and women&rsquo;s hunting-inspired clothes and accessories are reduced by up to 70 percent at Beretta. 317 W. 33rd St., nr. Eighth Ave. (718-747-1656); 4/8 and 4/9 (9&ndash;6:30); 4/10 (9&ndash;5).<br><br>&#8226 Tufi Duek is already marking down the spring collection by 60 percent; jersey dresses were $395 but are now $140. 530 Broadway, nr. Spring St., tenth fl. (212-925-8277); 4/8&ndash;4/10 (9:30&ndash;7).</p>?<p>Last night, and Love magazine threw one hell of a bash to celebrate the designer's spring collection. The mayhem was enough to rival any college rager ? by now, you've no doubt heard of the Jell-O shots, glow sticks, special performance by Tyler the Creator ? and editor in chief of Love, Katie Grand, was there to capture it all. Click through to see her personal photos from the evening. </p><p><br></p>?<p>As part of his fall 2012 Confessional Series, Alexander Wang chronicled Shalom Harlow's return to the runway (and wearing of his mesh face-cage) after her four-year-long hiatus. "I was scouted at a Cure concert," Harlow remembers. "A model scout approached me there and asked me if I modeled, and I thought that was ludicrous. When I started coming to do shows in New York, New York had a pretty electric energy then. It was the early-nineties, and there was a lot of really fun theatrical types that were designing, and so the runway kind of became this stage for all of these mega model personalities to flaunt their stuff." She adds, "This idea of returning to the catwalk is &mdash; I do feel some nerves, and I do feel the height of those shoes. I hope I don't slip was the next thought." Harlow rounds out the video, saying, "I think there's a lot projected on beautiful women, period. At least, maybe this is just my fear, but I do sometimes feel dismissed before I've even been allowed to participate. I have moments of feeling really wounded. But I am pretty optimistic, and I do enjoy a lot of my life. And I'm peaceful inside."</p>?<p>The mere sight of the line outside Alexander Wang's show stopped us dead. Despite our punctuality, it snaked three abreast down the street and around the corner. "I feel like I'm waiting for the Backstreet Boys to come out," groused a woman nearby. Now there's an idea for PR companies: Entertain the cold, cranky journalists with some choreography and close-harmony singing.</p><p>By the time we got inside, it was mere minutes to showtime, leaving us little time to confirm whether singer Roisin Murphy looked as insane as usual. She did, however, sport some skintight, rubbery pants with teeny holes. Perfect for ventilation, or if she is trying to sprout something through them, but maybe not ideal for cold temperatures.</p>?<p>When first introduced his T collection in spring 2009, he focused on ? no surprise here ? T-shirts. Now that he's mastered the most basic of basics, he's taking T to the next level, with a full-blown ready-to-wear collection. The cohesive fall/winter 2010 line introduces knits, leather detailing, and more elaborate construction, but is still very Wang in essence ? not to mention plebe-friendly. Hoodies, hats, scarves, sweats, floor-length dresses, and more are all priced between $60 and $215, and will be available for purchase on starting August 1. Click ahead to see a few of our favorite looks from the expanded collection.</p>?<br> <p><p>Y ou can&rsquo;t keep away from a dance party. He&rsquo;ll get down almost anywhere, from the grubby Williamsburg gay dance garage to the old Sunday-night party at the Maritime Hotel to traveling German raves that are text-invitation-only to his model pal Agyness Deyn&rsquo;s party house at the Coachella music festival (where Wang dispatched a model-terrifying desert insect on the wall with a deadly high-kick). He&rsquo;ll drive to Philly for a good dance party or fly to Barcelona or hit the ?underwear? party in ramshackle Cherry Grove. On the seventh floor of on Fashion&rsquo;s Night Out this past fall, Mark Lee, the store&rsquo;s newly installed CEO, who hadn&rsquo;t met Wang before, says he couldn&rsquo;t get close enough to introduce himself. ?He was dancing like a madman,? Lee says, ?like it was the Mudd Club in 1979. He was at the dead center of a mosh pit of fans. It was the night before his show, and he was covered in sweat.? </p></p> <p><p>The next night, Wang ended his show with a dancer&rsquo;s spin at the top of the runway, hands clasped over his head, grinning and almost falling over, before heading to his own always-major after-party. This time, he installed a mini San Gennaro festival by the West Side Highway, with a bouncy castle, games of chance and skill, and a cranked-up carousel. There he, of course, danced. </p></p> <p><p>In many ways, dance party is his brand: He&rsquo;s built an approximately $25 million business on cool but benign day-into-night clothes for lithe, pragmatic downtown girls who all appear to work in galleries or PR or in fashion somehow themselves?anything vaguely ?creative.? Wang synthesized the street-style-blog-derived notion of looking like a ?model off duty,? a louche fantasy of effortlessly sexy living if ever there was one. After all, what exactly does a model do when she&rsquo;s off duty? The Wang girl is, therefore, always ready to go out, dance with careful abandon, drink in hand, accessorized with a cigarette and a handsomely scruffy boy, swaying her hair around, pushing it behind her ears. Mimetic youth is what sells his lower-priced T line of tanks, tees, and sweatpants to Upper East Side moms who probably won&rsquo;t make it to Coachella this year.</p></p> <p><p>Wang&rsquo;s clothes have been described as both androgynous and ?humorously slutty.? Not unlike Wang, a flirty, pretty, beaming 27-year-old who talks quickly and holds himself lightly, as if to belie the weightiness of the expectations upon him. He&rsquo;s still young enough to have his high-school friends say he hasn&rsquo;t changed?two of them, Victoria and Vanessa Traina, who styled his early looks, still see him almost every week. His closest friend, Ryan Korban (who doubles as his interior designer), he met at Parsons before dropping out after his sophomore year. </p></p> <p><p></p></p> <p><p>That was in 2004. He and his sister-in-law put together what he thought would be a unisex line of cashmere sweaters with pictures of his cool-girl friends woven on the backs. By the fall of 2008, he had won the Council of Fashion Designers of America/Vogue Fashion Fund Award, which includes $200,000 and membership in an elite club. CFDA president and Anna Wintour became his, in his words, ?fairy godmothers.? Von Furstenberg would call him at ten o&rsquo;clock at night and ask how he was, if he was sleeping, taking care of himself.</p></p> <p><p>Wintour launched the fund to invigorate American fashion with fresh talent, and, she e-mails to say, Wang ?embodies absolutely everything that it takes to be a winner? of the award. ?He is like or inasmuch as he has big aspirations for what he thinks his brand can achieve, and he knows he can do it because he has this ability to connect with the way his generation wants to dress.? (Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza were the first winners in 2004.) The Fashion Fund works both as a Hollywood-style star-making system and also as a business-development workshop. It began in the boom, when many in the city&rsquo;s industry were worried that New York lacked enough new designers to sop up all that consumer confidence. Wang, however, won as the downturn was beginning. ?He came on the scene just at the right time,? says Julie Gilhart, who until last fall was the women&rsquo;s fashion director at Barneys. ?Designer prices were rocketing upward, and luxury customers were not afraid to buy less-expensive things as long as those things had style, quality, and, in Alex&rsquo;s case, image. This all adds up to a very fast-tracking, successful business.?</p></p> <p><p>?A designer, you&rsquo;re designing a lifestyle, you&rsquo;re designing a brand, you&rsquo;re not just designing clothes,? Wang says, one arm of his loose-fitting T-shirt pushed up, in sneakers and black cords, BlackBerry at the ready on the white marble-top table in his showroom. He&rsquo;s preparing for his February 12 show?there are stacks of model face cards on the other white marble tables lined up, cafeteria style, in the room?while renovations at both his first store, on Grand Street in Soho, and his new $2 million Tribeca loft are running behind schedule (his sublet ran out, and he&rsquo;s been living in a hotel). ?I never say that I&rsquo;m an artist. I like to create things that lead to a bigger picture.?</p></p>?Kiss, Kiss, Shoot, ShootA photographic portfolio, taken at the shows in Paris, Milan, and New York.?<p>Prigent and Constant start filming for ten straight days ("and some nights") on Thursday in preparation for the Alexander Wang show on Saturday, the DVF show on Sunday, the Narciso Rodriguez show on Tuesday, and the Jeremy Scott show on Wednesday. This is the first time they will be using two crews (four to six people are in each crew) so that they can film two designers at the same time. "We are not going to sleep a lot," Constant said. The show begins airing in September.</p>?The Approval Matrix: Week of February 20, 2012Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.?<p>Performance-art duo The Bumbys imagine the coming New York apocalypse, with zombies outfitted by Alexander Wang.</p><p></p><p><br>Related: <br></p>?<p>This season's Alexander Wang show was located all the way out at Pier 94, so far that we wondered if we should have brought our passports. But every editor in town, including Carine Roitfeld and everyone who's ever worked at Vogue, made the torturous trek, befitting Wang's stature as designer-darling of the moment. Teen blogging-sensation-of-the-moment Tavi walked down the runway in gray hair and a turban, surrounded by a camera crew from FashionTelevision and a man who looked like a producer. "Go talk to her, she's a supporter," the man said, gesturing to Diane von Furstenberg. Tavi approached the great DVF, looking a bit queasy, and we can't say we blame her. We almost stepped on DVF's toes trying to get to our seats and very nearly threw up from the shame ourselves. But it certainly looked like the kid got a successful interview. All we know is, Tavi has a way better set-up than we did when we were thirteen and had to make extra scratch by babysitting.</p>?<p>David Sims shot the fall ad campaigns for both and McQ by Alexander McQueen, which were released today and press release respectively. Sims is known for his gray backgrounds and somber black-and-white images, but don't these ads look particularly alike, with the mussy damp bangs, head-on stance, and so forth? Which isn't to say anyone copied anyone else, of course. Perhaps standing solemnly in your fitted wool coat with your hands by your sides and your hair all crazylike will just be a big trend this fall.</p>?<p>Huh. We walked away with the impression he was inspired by people who had just killed somebody or were on their way to kill somebody. But sometimes that is terribly chic, no? Anyway, we're not sure about these new Wang leg warmers. They may end up being the kind of thing we lust after, then try on for fun, because &#8212; don't you know? &#8212; they're $500 (just speculating here), but it's a good thing we can't afford them anyway because they make our thighs pucker something unsightly, only drawing attention to the exact fattest part of our body. As we've seen, , much less a normal person. They're sort of a faux-looking thigh-high boot, and did last fall's over-the-knees boots really catch on? Outside of the uniforms for bottle girls at this city's skeaziest finest nightclubs (ahem, Provocateur), no.</p>?<p>EVENTS<br>TOMORROW<br>? Get glowing with a free illuminating makeover from Stila at Sephora, and receive a free gift too. 555 Broadway, nr. Prince St. (212-625-1309); 12?7.</p><p>ENDING SUNDAY<br>? Cool down at the Donna Karan Cashmere Mist counter at and receive a hand, arm, and back chair massage with your purchase of any Donna Karan Cashmere Mist product. 1000 Third Ave., at 59th St. (212-705-2000); 10?8:30.</p><p>SALES<br>STARTING TOMORROW<br>? Select sofas and furniture are 20 percent off at Semi-Annual Sale. Floor sample designs are also up to 60 percent off. Mariposa Deluxe chairs are $319 (originally $399) and a stained oak veneer and brushed steel dresser is $1,755 (originally $2,195).Through 8/31. 69 Greene St., nr. Broome St. (212-966-8188); M?F (10?7), S?Su (noon?6).</p>?<p>EVENTS<br>TOMORROW<br>? Check out Clinique’s new skin-care diagnostic tool for iPad at . Shoppers will receive a complimentary consultation and take home a free travel-size Acne Solutions spot healing gel. Call to make an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome if space is available. 597 Fifth Ave., nr. 48th St. (212-980-6534); 11?7.</p><p>? Join Plush Fashion Styling at the Maidstone for exclusive shopping from NYLA STAR, Malini Murjani, Basta Surf, and Belle Plage. The Maidstone, 207 Main St., East Hampton. 4?6. RSVP to .</p><p>SUNDAY<br>? Support young cancer patients at the first annual Runway to Recovery charity fashion show at the Hyatt Regency Wind Watch Hotel. Proceeds will support families of childhood cancer patients. 1717 Motor Parkway, Hauppauge, Long Island (516-903-3518); 9?12:30. Buy tickets at .</p>?<p>EVENTS<br>TOMORROW<br>? Enjoy a Premium Tan from for eight cents (originally $39) with this . Text the coupon to your phone or print it out. The deal includes tanning beds and spray tans and is good for one session per person (75th Street location only). No appointment necessary. Through 6/6. 207 W. 75th St., nr. Broadway (212-595-9700); M?F (10?10), S (10?8), Su (12?8).</p><p>SUNDAY<br>? Designer Adam Lippes will open up his for a day of dog adoptions. New dog owners will get a leash and T-shirt, and 10 percent of all other proceeds that day will be donated to the Humane Society. Through 5/31. 678 Hudson St., nr 14th St. (212-229-2838); 12?7.</p><p>MONDAY<br>? spa hosts a night of summer-inspired beauty, including a watermelon pedicure. Food and watermelon martinis will be served, and prizes of free treatments are up for grabs. 55 W. 8th St., nr. Sixth Ave. (212-807-8054); 4?8. RSVP: evesalon.nyc@gmail.com.</p><p>SALES<br>STARTING TOMORROW<br>? is having a one-day sale, featuring 40 to 70 percent off designers like , , Rogan, , and more. Through 5/30. 505 Greenwich St., nr. Spring St. (212-925-0882); 12?8. </p><p>ENDING TOMORROW<br>? Snag spring merchandise for up to 80 percent off at the ready-to-wear sample sale. Through 5/30. 225 W. 39th St., nr. Seventh Ave., ninth fl.; W?F (9?7), S (12?4).</p>?<p>SALES<br>STARTING TOMORROW<br>? Beauty and grooming products from Ole Henriksen, Molton Brown, Red Flower, Seda France, and more are 50 to 75 percent off at garage sale. Through 8/7. 196 N. 10th St., nr. Driggs Ave. (718-218-6621); F (10?9), S (9?8), Su (11?7).</p><p>? Spend $1000 and receive a 20 percent discount on your next purchase at summer sale, with discounts of 50 percent off on seasonal tableware and accessories. A stacked chrome-and-copper accent lamp from the 1940s is $275 (originally $850). A chaise lounge from the 1960s is $2400 (originally $9800), and a Thomas O'Brien for Hickory Chair dining table is $2400 (originally $5619). Through 9/3. 419 Broome St., nr. Crosby St. (212-966-1500); M?S (11?6). </p><p>ENDING TOMORROW<br>? Dresses, shoes, and swimwear are 20 to 50 percent off at . Big Buddha oxfords are $26 (originally $52), Elizabeth O'Brien Berg pin-up style swimsuits are $92 (originally $184), and Yumi Kim silk dresses are $133 (originally $166). 99 Franklin St., nr. Milton St., Greenpoint (718-389-0837); Th?F (3?10). </p>?<p>EVENTS<br>STARTING TOMORROW<br>? Ecofriendly water bottles are on sale at pop-up shop at . Through 7/11. 712 Fifth Ave., nr. 56th St. (855-692-5796); M?S (10?8), Su (noon?7).</p><p>SALES<br>ENDING TOMORROW<br>? Select merchandise from , , , , and more is 40 to 70 percent off at . 1368 Lexington Ave., at 91st St. (212-876-1368); M?S (10:30?6:30).</p><p>ONGOING<br>? Select furniture and accessories are 15 to 50 percent off at Design Within Reach's annual Yard Sale. Through 7/26. Sale available online at and at all locations. M?S (11?7), Su (noon?6).</p><p>? Merchandise from is half-off and merchandise from Cauliflower is 30 percent off at the Pleats Please boutique. The Bilbao bag is $250 (originally $500), and the sleeveless pleated baby-doll tunic is $182.50 (originally $365). Through 6/17. 128 Wooster St., nr. Prince St. (212-226-3600); M?S (11?7), Su (noon?6).</p>?<p>EVENTS<br>STARTING TOMORROW<br>? Browse the Independent Designer Pop Shop at , with apparel and accessories from Atlantis Jewelry, Ceola by Imani Alexander, Clo Studio, Wendel Johnston, and more. Through 8/8. Chelsea Market. 75 Ninth Ave., nr. 15th St; Store hours M?Su (11?8), Reception W (6?9). RSVP at .</p><p>SALES<br>STARTING TOMORROW<br>? resort and spring ready-to-wear collections are up to 70 percent off. Dresses and jackets are $180 (originally $685 and $625), tops are $100 (originally $350) and Men's T by Alexander Wang tops are $100 (originally $145). Through 8/7. 97 Greene St., nr. Prince St.; W (3?8), Th?S (10?7), Su (10?4).</p><p>ONGOING<br>? Receive 40 percent off vintage and antique furniture, art, lighting, and home accessories at the Sentimento Antiques closing sale. Starting August 8, discounts jump to 50 percent. Through 8/19. 306 E 61st St., nr. Second Ave. (212-750-3111); M?Th (10?6), F (10?3).</p>?<p>[The defendants at Alexander Wang Inc.] has complied with all applicable wage and hour and leave laws, and there is no basis whatsoever for plaintiffs&rsquo; frivolous and entirely unsupportable accusations that defendants have harassed them or discriminated against them on the basis of their race, or on any other protected basis ...</p><p>[The plaintiffs are]two disgruntled former employees with axes to grind ... who have mischaracterized their former workplace as a hovel, while attempting to portray defendants as 'sweatshop owners.'</p><p>[Lu and Durante were]properly paid all wages owed ...provided with regular and multiple breaks during their work time ... [and] eligible for and provided with paid vacation, paid sick days, paid holidays, paid personal days, medical and dental insurance and other benefits.</p>?<p>You've read the . You've seen the . Now, watch the video that captures the total fashion mayhem that was 's after-party, a veritable carnival complete with bouncy castle, bumper cars, and riding a carousel. Terry Richardson gave it the thumbs-up, said it reminded her of a party at Coachella, and Joe Zee called it better than Disneyland. Finally ? a fashion party that doesn't inspire wrist cutting! </p>?<p>Alexander Wang makes clothes for "modern-day carnivores," according to the designer himself. "My girls like to go out, they want to have fun, they want to explore," Wang told Jada Yuan in this backstage video, and you can count Sarah Jessica Parker, Santigold, and Erin Wasson among those followers. Press play to see models dancing, Parker explain why she only goes to fashion shows once every five years, and Yuan's guess at the inspiration behind Wang's condom line.</p>?<p>We went backstage before Alexander Wang's show to talk with Noni Cream of Butter London about the shades appearing on the runway's well-manicured hands: Fall is about texture, and for Alexander Wang that texture is matte. Click to watch.</p>?<p> is a genius businessman. He's slowly rolling out menswear with a small collection of tops under his lower-priced T line that bridges the gap between the label-whoring guy who seeks out jeans with a and the guy whose significant other buys all his clothes for him at the Gap. All too often men's designers that suggest they have paid the conservative fashion-fearing male, many of whom shop exclusively online to avoid the embarrassment of being seen in an actual clothing store, no consideration. But Wang's first collection is decidedly non-flamboyant. “It’s a guy who doesn’t think he’s fashionable, but is just cool and has taste and style," he last month. "That’s much more appealing than a guy who’s fighting his girlfriend for the mirror." A video preview of the line recently went up on Wang's website. It depicts model Vincent LaCrocq hanging around a basketball court in a filmy tank top with those really large armholes that would be great for this god-awful heat wave. Just think, ladies: You can be an Alex Wang couple now. Looking sweaty will never be the same!</p>?<p>Artist Jeremy Kost went backstage at last night to capture the wunder-designer in a Warholian screen test. Watch, stare, giggle with delight.</p><p>See the collection.</p>?<p>Vogue organized a contest on Polyvore to get the plebeians excited about buying things at Fashion's Night Out. Polyvore users and some Vogue editors will create sets from merchandise by retailers participating in the third annual shopping festival. Each week going forward, Blake Lively, , and Grace Coddington will pick their favorite two sets. Then Vogue.com readers will vote on their favorite, which will be crowned the winner on September 9. The prize for the best set is a trip to New York with a friend to tour the Vogue office and watch a Vogue photo shoot. So, do promotional events like this make you excited for FNO, part three? Or were you with Cathy Horyn when she , "I don't want it to continue"?</p>?<p>, who hasn't been seen on a catwalk in years, popped up in 's runway show just a few minutes ago! (Her , Rupert Sanders, was nowhere in sight.) Clad in a white hooded anorak and matching skirt, her dark hair slicked back in a ponytail, and her head taped with a glow-in-the-dark strip, she walked without fanfare in the middle of the lineup. Forget ; this is a comeback.</p><p>Related:<br> <br> <br> <br> </p>?<p>? 's new campaign for his T line stars his buddy Zoe Kravitz with model Max Motta. Meanwhile, the video for his main collection campaign stars Abbey Lee. []</p><p>? American Apparel clearly believes in the trend-setting fashion power of cats. []</p><p>? Esteban Cortazar designed a capsule collection for Exito, which is sort of the Latin American equivalent of Target. []</p><p>? CEO Angela Ahrendts cashed in 400,000 of her company shares this week for a nice little sum of $5.3 million. She still has 364,000 shares leftover, not counting stock options and future share awards. []</p><p>? British Elle is now part of a TV show airing in the U.K. about "budding journalist Lydia as she moves to London hoping for her big break in the industry." But it's called Push, not The City UK. []</p>?<p>At the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala celebrating “American Woman: Fashioning a Nation,” on Monday evening in NYC, fashion literally imitated art.?? Hosted by Anna Wintour, Patrick Robinson of the Gap and Oprah Winfrey, the red carpet was flooded with the A-list’s most fashionable men and women, including fashion designers, supermodels and actresses, who looked runway ready in luxurious couture.</p><p></p><p>It was no surprise that Burberry darlings Emma Watson and Claire Danes were outfitted in custom-designed gowns created by the Brit labels Chief Creative Officer Christopher Bailey.? The beauties (Claire’s plus one was hubby Hugh Dancy, who also rocked Burberry!) also sat at his dinner table, along with Daniel Craig and his wife Satsuki Mitchell, Edward Norton and famed photographer Mario Testino.</p><p></p><p>Zoe Saldana and Diane Kruger, who usually opt for eccentric and complicated couture, walked down the carpet in stunning, minimalist style.? Zoe looked flawless in a navy blue Calvin Klein Collection, one-sleeved gown, while Diane opted for an ivory, simply sleeved number from the same collection. Just goes to show, simple can be just as dramatic as elaborate!</p><p>Eva Mendes defined Hollywood glamour girl, wearing a black, ruched, rose print Dolce & Gabbana strapless mermaid gown, which flaunted her covetable curves, while Kerry Washington wore a Thakoon for Gap gown, which will be auctioned off for charity.</p><p></p><p>Other charitably chic guests?? M.I.A and Zoe Kravitz rocked edgy Alexander Wang for Gap gowns, Jessica Alba and Vera Farmiga looked gorgeous in Sophie Theallat for Gap and Kirsten Dunst and Jamie Bochert stunned in Rodarte for Gap.? All of the Gap collaborations will be displayed throughout the month at the Gap pop-up store in NYC, and will be auctioned off on their websites, with all proceeds goig to The MET in support of The Costume Institute.</p>?<p>Hilary Swank looked New York City smart on Monday, stepping out at the 2010 Fidelity Future Stage Finale in a lace-sleeved number from Andrew GN’s Fall 2009 collection.? The gorgeous actress rocked the skintight stunner with simple black peep-toed heels, looking super stylish as well as super skinny!</p><p></p><p>Jessica Biel may have landed on our Worst Dressed list for the fringed, sleeveless vest, we spotted her in, but the A-Team babe made up for it later on in the day, scoring a slot on the Best list, as well.? Hitting a Parisian photocall for her summer blockbuster film, Jessica looked babelicious in a body-skimming jumpsuit from Erin Fetherston’s Spring 2010 collection, which she paired with Christian Louboutin heels.</p><p></p><p>Dakota Fanning was anything but dull in shades of grey, while out and about in Los Angeles. The Twilight star paired her J Brand 901 leggings with Prada heeled sandals, a grey jersey top and her fave Alexander Wang Rocco duffle, resulting in a delightfully edgy yet casual look. Maggie Gyllenhaal hit the NYC Ballet’s Dance with the Dancers benefit, gorgeously draped in a 3.1 Phillip Lim jumpsuit, offsetting the dark duds with cream heels, earrings and bright red lipstick.</p><p>What Twilight hunk looked tres GQ in Montreal?? Check out the gallery in Style and find out.</p>?<p>The military trend is everywhere this Spring, and it is no surprise. Though the traditional “enlistment” look, tends to be made up of oversized jackets and baggy cargo pants, the latest trend is a little more flattering and refined.? Khloe Kardahsian and Hilary Duff have both gotten it right, stepping out in skinny “Houlihan” cargos from , which retail for $230.</p><p></p><p>Khloe headed to a polo match in Miami Beach, wearing her Houlihan’s beltedin brown with a black top, a Panama hat and Alexander Wang Leopard Wedges, while Hilary rocked hers with an oversized sweater and platform sandals.</p><p></p><p>The pants are available online at , in Vintage Olive, Black, Sahara, Vintage Navy And Sharkskin.</p><p>See the girls in their skinny cargos by checking out the gallery in Style.</p>?<p>The CFDA Awards took center stage in New York's fashion scene last night, with top American designers, celebrities, socialites and supermodels merging at Lincoln Center to tote the accomplishments and contributions made to American fashion by the industries' most influential and statement-making experts.</p><p>Marc Jacobs scooped up the International Award for his contribution to Louis Vuitton. Rodarte designers, Kate and Laura Mulleavy, took home the most prized Womenswear Designer of the Year Award, and Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough (recently bloodied by a Kiefer Sutherland headbutt) nabbed the accessories award. For the Emerging Talent Award, celebrity red carpet favorite Alexander Wang picked up the prize.</p><p>While the CFDA Awards are about the designers and industry insiders, everyone was looking to see who dressed who and what they were wearing.</p><p>Supermodel Heidi Klum showed off her high-end style in a silver-crushed lame Michael Kors asymmetrical mini, Diane Kruger also went mini in a flashy-yet-classy body-hugging Jason Wu belted number, Blake Lively scored high style points in a neon pink Michael Kors sheath dress with pockets, and more!<br></p><p>Although it was a fashion affair, some stars missed the style mark. Victoria's Secret Angel Doutzen Kroes wore a long, red Zac Posen gown that resembled a flamenco dancer's number, Park Avenue gal Fabiola Beracasa turned a fab Proenza Shouler number into a freaky, feathery costume, Michelle Trachtenberg looked stuffed into a Behnaz Sarafpour ensemble, and more!</p><p></p>?<p>Over the weekend celebs weren’t afraid of adding a little color to the mix. While some looked totally smashing in their color happy attire, others, including a certain Jersey Shore star, encountered clashing Situations in mismatched duds.<br></p><p>Nicole Scherzinger has been fulfilling her X-Factor judging duties in high style.? After rocking two Victoria Beckham dresses flawlessly, the Pussycat Doll showed up in a red and fuchsia pencil dress, which totally flaunted her fab figure.? Paired with pink lips, a red manicure/pedicure and bright red platforms, Nicole scored our Best look of the day.? The Situation has been busy jetsetting around the world, promoting his hit MTV television show in his infamous Jersey Shore style, so maybe he was a little fatigued when he accidentally sported different colored Reebok kicks on his feet?</p><p></p><p>As for ladies who opted for non-color, Dakota Fanning was a Twilight sight during a day of traveling, wearing an oversized Fluxus Funk Top with skinny jeans, motorcycle boots and her fave Alexander Wang Rocco bag.? Her cute costar Ashley Greene was haute-to-trot as well in neutral tones, wearing super sexy Pour la Victoire heels with skinny jeans and a black top.</p><p>What spicy Latina star shook her stuff in every color under the sun at the World Cup closing ceremony?? Check out the gallery in Style and find out.</p>?<p>It looked like true love was in the air for True Blood star Alexander Skarsgard Saturday night at the Spike TV Scream Awards.? </p><p></p><p>RadarOnline.com saw the Best Villain Award winner and Kate Bosworth acting like quite the happy couple backstage and they were spotted trying hard not to be seen together at the Chateau Marmont after the event.</p><p>Kate presented the award to her True Blood honey. When we asked the petite actress where she and Alexander met she told us "On the movie", referring to Straw Dogs, the movie they just finished filming together.</p><p></p><p>Kate looked gorgeous in an Alexander Wang dress and Alexander McQueen shoes (wait a minute, do we see an Alexander obsession here?) and backstage at the award show she and Alexander were very sweet together. The couple was very affectionate, holding hands as Alexander played with Kate's hair while they chatted with friends in the green room.? </p><p></p><p>Kate and Alexander hugged a few times and were often spotted whispering to each other.? As Alexander left the green room to go on stage gave Kate playfully slapped him on his butt a few times and said "Go, go, go."? </p><p>The golden haired couple was spotted at a Britney Spears concert in Louisiana last September but a rep claimed -- you guessed it -- they were "just friends."</p><p>Right!</p>?<p>Super-stylish RiRi stepped out in a demure (for her) getup July 1 in NYC, donning a chic, curve-clinging Alexander Wang mini dress. Hot! With sheer sleeves and grommet embellished shoulders, the edgy trendsetter teamed her fab frock with classic black Louboutin pumps.</p><p>On August 13, also in the Big Apple while promoting her new show Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami, Khloe Kardashian rocked out in the same sexy sheer number! The leggy Kardashian was there for an appearance on the Wendy Williams Show, finishing off the look with black booties and a knuckle-to-knuckle cocktail ring.</p><p>While everyone is wondering who wore it better -- Khloe exclusively told RadarOnline.com's Style Guy "I feel like a lot of people copy Rihanna."</p><p>"I'll take a vibe of hers," but the E! Reality starlet thinks it is most important to, "stay true to yourself and dress for you, because you will see when it is forced."</p><p>Toned down for Rihanna and dramatic for the Kardashian -- in our book, it's a tie!</p><p></p>?<p>Celebs raced over to Singapore last weekend for the 2009 Formula 1 F1 Rocks.? The 3-day long music festival in Fort Canning Park, which kicked off the Singapore Grand Prix, was hosted by fashionista Lindsay Lohan.? Pussycat Dolls Nicole Scherzinger, who dates Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton, pulled out of her hosting duties earlier this month, but still managed to make an appearance at the ultra glam event.? Nichole must have coordinated with her beau before choosing this stunning orange Alexander Wang number, which was a perfect match with his racing team polo!</p><p></p><p>Lohan was joined by girlfriend, Sam Ronson, who happened to be DJing at the event.</p>?<p>Sometimes, it's not just the clothes that get people talking during fashion week in New York. </p><p>On Valentine's Day, the still-not-official couple AnnaLynne McCcord and Kellan Lutz took their love further into the spotlight, openly canoodling at the Monarchy Collection Show. Possibly dreaming of more private quality time later that night, according to a source, Lutz eyed the KY Yours & Mine lubricant offered backstage. </p><p>Speaking of naughty accessories, that same night, Sarah Jessica Parker stopped by a showing of Alexander Wang's new fashion line and the debut of his designs for Proper Attire condoms. Says a showgoer: "[Parker] was in a totally sweet mood and seemed so happy to be there."</p><p>The night his pup passed away, Oscar-nominee Mickey Rourke attended the Domenico Vacca show. Despite getting escorted straight to the Tenjune Bar, the former-embattled star didn't look twice at the tempting goods. "He didn't even glance at the liquor and sipped on Smart Water," an onlooker confirms. </p>?<p>Miley Cyrus always seems have some controversy surrounding her, but ever since she parted ways with her Hannah Montana personality, the not-yet-legal star has made it clear that she Can’t Be Tamed! This past month Miley has been traveling the world promoting her new album, wearing skimpy and barely-there getup and grinding provocatively onstage with her dancers, but it was her scandalous onstage ensemble at the MuchMusic Awards, which really caught our attention.</p><p></p><p>With her father Billy Ray in attendance, she performed her new hit song in a see through, cutout leotard, itty-bitty leather shorts, striped athletic socks and open-toed Alexander Wang booties, not leaving much to the imagination.</p><p></p><p>In Europe, earlier this month, Miley rocked almost as edgy getup. From her spandex cutout mini dress, which bore a striking resemblance to Julia Roberts’ iconic Pretty Woman dress, to a spandex, corseted leotard, which hardly covered her bum, the previously family friendly phenomenon made it quite clear that she is coming of age!</p><p></p><p>What do you think about Miley’s sexy, new look? Check out the gallery in Style and let us know.</p>?<p>Kelly Rutherford lived up to her Gossip Girl rep, showing up for the Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation Show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York on Monday, wearing a fierce, leopard mini with black tights and heels.? Blake’s onscreen mom toted a luxe Hermes bag to the swanky runway show, which recognizes and supports emerging designers.? Past recipients of the Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation Award include Alexander Wang, Rodarte and Proenza Schouler.</p><p></p><p>Cheetah Girl and Rob Kardashian’s ex, the lovely Adrienne Bailon, channeled Kim Kardashian in a one-shouldered mini, showing off her svelte figure in sophisticated style.</p><p></p><p>What Private Practice star shed her scrubs for glam gear?? Check out the gallery in Style to find out.</p>?<p>Kristin Cavallari hit the NewNowNext Awards in Los Angeles on Tuesday night looking tres fab in a nude and cream mini.? The sexily structured dress showed off her flawless legs, which were elongated by strappy, cream platforms.? LA Ink star Kat Von D hit the same bash, though wasn’t quite as stylin’ as The Hills star.? Kat exposed her extensive collection of tattoos, wearing a safety-pinned blazer over a bandeau top with belted leggings, showing off WAY more than we needed to see.<br></p><p>Jessica Biel sported an emerald and sapphire Oscar de la Renta look we weren’t so keen on, while Scarlett Johansson and Kate Hudson showed off their bombshell style in Stella McCartney getup.? Dakota Fanning and Rosie Huntington-Whitely rocked the same Alexander Wang Rocco duffle, both scoring slots on the Best list, but the Jersey Shore crew weren’t so fortunate, spotted wearing terribly tacky threads in Los Angeles.</p><p></p><p>Who else rocked and shocked?? Check out the gallery in Style to find out.</p>?<p>Fringe is making a comeback, and celebs have been spotted in the trendy trim, everywhere from the Coachella Music Festival to the fancy Met Gala. It was difficult not to notice sexy supermodel Gisele in her skintight Alexander Wang on Monday night, walking the red carpet, with her leather tassels swinging behind her. But you can get the look, without the drama. Take it from Kristen Bell, who wore a sweetly fringed Monique Lhuillier dress to The Genesis Awards in March.</p><p></p><p>The easiest way to add a tad of tassel to your ensemble? Try on a pair of moccasin boots, which can be worn with anything from cutoff shorts and a tank, like Kristin Cavallari, or a flirty floral dress a la Nicole Richie.</p><p></p><p>Stay away from tacky tassels, like Phoebe Price’s revealing top, which will leave you looking like an Old West saloon girl!</p><p>What supermodel rocked a bohochic fringed shirt to Coachella last month? Check out the gallery in Style to find out.</p>?<p>Paris Hilton's musical stylings haven't quite hit the platinum plateaus that Rihanna's have, but the Hilton heiress can beat out any celeb in the copy and compete fashion game! Who says Stars Are Blind? Not when it comes to a fab dress or a statement necklace!</p><p>Rihanna avoided paps with the ol-cell phone trick while leaving Kanye West's apartment last month,styled out in a trend-setting two toned Alexander Wang strapless mini-dress and simple black pumps. Known as a fashion innovator, Riri knows how to make a fashion statement!</p><p>Last night, the heiress known as Paris soaked up paparazzi attention posing in the exact same mini number, while at the same time, sporting ex-bff Nicole Richie's designed House of Harlow 1960 resin necklace. The jet-setting socialite may not be a bargain hunter, but a style stealer for sure!</p><p>What would Rihanna say to the Hiltie: Shut Up And Drive!</p><p></p>?<p>Sexy summer style was all over the red carpet of the 2010 ESPY Awards in Los Angeles Wednesday night, where the dresses were short, tight and revealing! The ESPN awards show, which attracted the likes of Ashley Greene, Zac Efron, Mark Wahlberg and Marisa Miller had a casual but chic undertone, but it appeared that some people didn’t get the a la mode memo, dressing in over the top duds.</p><p></p><p>Ashley Greene continued her very vixen style streak, wearing a sleeveless Versace Fall 2010 frock, which featured an asymmetrical hemline and a high neck. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse star paired the red haute number with Brian Atwood studded heels (we would have liked to see her in something open-toed, but oh well) and an edgy Padma by Padma Lakshmi cuff.</p><p></p><p>Amber Rose, who generally uses the red carpet to show off her covetable curves, was shockingly appropriately attired in a mellow yellow Natalia Romano floorlength, which featured layered of refined tiers, while Brooklyn Decker delightfully poured her bikini bod into a carnation pink Herve Leger bandage dress.</p><p></p><p>Marisa Miller flaunted her Sports Illustrated figure in a nude strapped-and-backed Alexander Wang LBD, which she accessorized with plenty of Neil Lane bling, while Holly Robinson Peete drowned in an unflattering, navy blue embellished strapless.</p><p>What hot, High School coed looked all grown up in dapper fashion? Check out the gallery in Style to find out.</p>?<p>Over the past few years, Britney Spears has definitely made a couture comeback, but on Thursday afternoon the Toxic star relapsed into the ultimate fashion faux pas. Stepping out in Los Angeles clothed in a “wife beater” tank tucked into unflattering, skintight shorts, white tube socks pulled up to her knees and brightly hued sneakers, the pop star scored herself the Worst look of the day!</p><p></p><p>Dakota Fanning has been super busy promoting her latest flick, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. While other stars her age have been prancing around the world, scantily clad in inappropriate attire, the teenage stunner has been rocking super chic and classy duds, totally suited for someone her age. On Thursday, the blonde beauty paid a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live!, in superior summer style. We love how she paired her metallic striped skirt with a sheer blouse and cropped motorcycle boots, rocking her favorite Alexander Wang Rocco bag on her arm.</p><p></p><p>Ashley Greene hit the London premiere of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse looking sensationally silver in L’Wren Scott Fall 2010, while Channing Tatum resurrected vintage Marky Mark, wearing super baggy threads with suspenders. Rachel Zoe and Kylie Minogue both were living large as well, indulging in the baggy pants look, which we aren’t finding so haute!</p><p>What gorgeous Aussie was spotted at LAX wearing a lace garter on her head? Check out the gallery in Style to find out.</p>?<p>Kim Kardashian recently stepped out in Miami, looking super edgy in hot new trends. Beginning with a pair of luxe and comfy jeggings ($139), and a simple black top, the gorgeous star added eccentric elements, which gave her a glam look.</p><p></p><p>Kim delved into the military trend, rocking an vest ($725), which featured a canvas front, adding a silver necklace of dangling medallions and a Work Bag ($1595) in beige.</p><p></p><p>The final luxe touch? Kim finished off the look with crave-worthy Yves Saint Laurent Cage Boots.</p>?<p>Taylor Momsen is known for her edgy, biker babe style. On screen and off, the wild child is always rocking fierce and fab looks, looking like just stepped off the Alexander Wang catwalk. Last week Taylor stepped out in NYC, rocking another covetable look wearing separates from , and .</p><p></p><p>Taylor paired a sexy, lace Miss Ferriday Pin Up Banded Mini Skirt ($107) with a Gypsy ’05 Shreds Tank ($95), adding combat boots and her fave DOMA Long Coat ($1,032). To complete the tough girl look, the Gossip Girl even carried her little white pooch in a grommeted dog bag!</p><p></p>?<p>Sizzling sports models steamed up the ESPY Awards, reality stars bid adieu to The Hills in geriatric fashion and starlets hit the red carpet of the hottest premieres in dazzling duds in this week's roundup up of the most impressive and offensive duds.</p><p></p><p>Spencer Pratt borrowed Grandpa's getup in an attempt to sneak into The Hills Finale party at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, but he pass by under our Radar. Neither did grandslam goddess Venus Williams, who sported a nightie-like babydoll dress to a party in the real hills of Hollywood.? Only problem with her summer style?? The whispery mini refused to stay in place, resulting in an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction!</p><p></p><p>We are still drooling over the gals who hit the red carpet of the ESPY Awards, in truly skin-tillating style.? Andy Roddick was definitely the source of jealousy for every dude in the crowd, with his bikini babe wife Brooklyn Decker flaunting her flawless bod in a perfectly pink Herve Leger bandage dress.? Marisa Miller also was hit at the athletic awards show, wearing a totally chic Alexander Wang LBD, which was sheer strapped and backed in nude mesh.</p><p></p><p>Good Taste was M.I.A. when the sassy Paper Planes singer hit The Late Show with David Letterman in a tie-dye shirt and shredded denim.? At least the talk show host got to feast his eyes on Kyra Sedgwick the day before, who stunned in a brocade Antonio Berardi Fall 2010 number.</p><p></p><p>What Inception star scored two slots on our coveted Best Dressed list?? How many re-offenders landed on the Worst Dressed once again?? Check out the gallery in Style and find out.</p>?<p>The big bang Fourth of July bash was Diddy's Annual White Party to benefit Malaria No More in Bev Hills and the A-list attendees didn't disappoint in the style department, stepping out in standout fashions.</p><p></p><p>Known for her outrageous edgy looks, Bad Boy diva Cassie went risque in a skeleton mesh Alexander Wang tank dress while at the same time poolside ready with a white bandeau bikini underneath. Demi Moore took a sophisticated approach to the white themed soiree, sporting a statement Andrew Gn cuff and a strapless white lace dress by the designer that flaunted her fab cougar-worthy physique with its curve-clinging appeal (and of course, the best accessory, Mr. Kutcher himself). Kanye's on-again-off-again flame Amber Rose made sure to show some skin in her stylized version of a cropped white halter complete with chiffon front panels and of course, tight white booty-hugging jeans.</p><p>Although not at Diddy's white themed affair, Hills hottie Audrina Patridge made a white statement in Vegas as a repeat offender sporting the same single-shoulder Preen white bandage dress that she wore two months ago to her 24th birthday bash in Los Angeles. Wearing the same fab frock -- no biggie, but the same head-to-toe ensemble doesn't earn her any points for fashion originality.</p><p>Across the pond in London, stylicious divas weren't stepping out for Independence day, but there is never a day not to celebrate fashion.</p><p>I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here host Myleene Klass flaunted her more refined side in a green satin Banana Republic dress going classic with a patent belt and YSL pumps for a photo call, while Kelly Osbourne looked dumpy-and-frumpy in a retro-ish getup consisting of leggings, a metallic dress, and Ugg boots -- say what?</p><p>Kelly Rowland, doing the metallic theme the fashionable way, blinged it in a Paco Rabanne black and silver dress, teamed with Christian Dior strappy<br>sandals for her performance at VIP in Paris.</p><p></p>?<p>Disney darling's Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato are growing up in style, both sporting sophisticated minis for the Princess Protection Program Toronto premiere. While Selena Gomez's single-shoulder white organza Tadashi Shoji number is original and stunning, Demi attempted a style war in the<br>very-widely publicized (i.e. played-out) Alexander Wang blush-and-black corset mini that has been seen on both Rihanna and Paris Hilton.</p><p>In London for a pre-Wimbledon event, the Williams sisters proved that their fashion sense rivals their tennis skills -- the style aces shimmered in Ralph Lauren summer looks -- Serena in gold-sequined Harem pants and Venus in a high-stylin' beige bow-collar dress.</p><p>Also in London, Sienna Miller was either a hot mess or messy hot in a skin-showing embellished blouse, Temperley London structured studded jacket, shimmery platforms, and an I-don't-care hairdo.</p><p>Contrasting their milky skin with popping color, Christina Ricci sported a purple-belted mini with stark white patent pumps in Los Angeles, while The Wrestler's Evan Rachel Wood worked a tight-fitting emerald green dress in Paris.</p><p></p>?<p>Though launching his line only 2 years ago, Alexander Wang has already established himself as a fashion frontrunner.? When he introduced his handbag collection earlier this year, fashionistas and starlets scooped them up quickly!</p><p>The Alexander Wang Coco Duffel is most definitely an It Bag.? The chicly shaped duffel is detailed with gold studs on the bottom, making it simple enough for daytime wear, yet stylish enough for a night on the town.? The Coco Duffel is a bargain in comparison to other It Bags, retailing at only $850. Mary-Kate Olsen was one of the first cool kids to wrap her paws around one, but a bevy of celebs have followed her fashion lead.</p><p></p><p></p>?<p>The Balenciaga Motorcycle bag launched in Balenciaga’s Spring 2001 collection, and immediately achieved It Bag status.? The rectangular bag, which has many zippers, pockets, tassels, and buckles, was perfect for boho chic celebs like Nicole Richie and Nicky Hilton.? The company has since expanded its handbag collection, adding styles like the City Bag, Weekender, and Lune Bag, all of which are coveted by fashionists around the globe.? </p><p></p><p>Crafted out of soft leather, the cleverly designed bags are conventional enough for daytime use, and chic enough for a night on the town.? Celebs, including Kim Kardashian, continue toting these haute handbags in a variety of shapes and sizes.</p><p></p><p></p>?<p></p><p> &amp;lt;a href="http://s27.sitemeter.com/stats.asp?site=s27radaronline" mce_href="http://s27.sitemeter.com/stats.asp?site=s27radaronline" target="_top"&amp;gt; &amp;lt;img src="http://s27.sitemeter.com/meter.asp?site=s27radaronline" mce_src="http://s27.sitemeter.com/meter.asp?site=s27radaronline" alt="Site Meter" border="0"/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; </p> <p><br> <br></p> <p></p> <p></p>?<p>In between Christmas and New Years very few celebs make it onto a red carpet, but that doesn’t mean they compromise style! Snow Angel Heidi Klum hit the ice rink in Aspen, looking positively wondrous in winter white, as she spent the day with Seal and the kids.</p><p></p><p>Meanwhile, in Miami, Coco spent the day frolicking on the beach with hubby Ice-T wearing a barely there bikini. How tiny was her top? Check out the gallery in Style to find out!</p><p></p>?. One month, he&#8217;s throwing an epic carnival on the West Side Highway, the next he&#8217;s opening a giganticand gorgeousstore on Grand Street, and somewhere in between he&#8217;s relaunching his website and debuting his first ever print campaign. In an attempt to answer the eternal questionhow does he do it? enlisted Kate Finnigan to profile the 27-year-old wunderkind. Read on for eight endearing (and interesting) tidbits the designer revealed in his interview. </p><p>Alex was just two years old when he started drawing fashion sketches, and his family was totally into it. &#8220;I was fascinated by magazines. I scribbled, drew shoes, picked clothes out for my mom. She really encouraged me. She bought me my first sewing machine and she&#8217;d bring home fresh flowers and say, &#8216;Draw something for me.&#8217; I&#8217;ve always had a very supportive family. There are all these sorts of stereotypes that certain backgroundsAsian familieswant to direct you into certain [careers] but my family has always been, &#8216;This is where your talent is, let&#8217;s go for it.&#8217; And with that I&#8217;ve been very lucky.&#8221;</p><p>He&#8217;s as talented a business man as he is a fashion designer. &#8220;Designing a product and understanding how it filters through into the market and into the rest of the company is very important to me. The part about building a lifestyle brand while balancing the creative and commercial side &#8211; I think that&#8217;s where I find the biggest inspiration to push myself.&#8221;</p><p>There&#8217;s no &#8220;I&#8221; in &#8220;Team Alexander Wang&#8221; (literally and figuratively). &#8220;To me all sides of the business have been just as exciting and challenging in their own way. I&#8217;ve always said I&#8217;m not the kind of designer who likes to lock himself away in a studio and let the rest of the company deal with it. I work very closely with everyone on the team.&#8221;</p><p>His rapidly expanding office and construction on his new TriBeCa apartment inspired his Spring 2011 collection. &#8216;That&#8217;s where all the ideas of duct tape and the carpenter pant and the scribble print came from.&#8221;</p><p>His childhood friends, the Traina sisters, opened his eyes to the world of high fashion. &#8220;[Victoria] would come into class in some designer shoes that she&#8217;d cut the ankle straps off. And I&#8217;d be like, &#8216;Wow, you just spent however much money on those&#8230;&#8217; She treated everything in this very non-precious way. They would have racks of clothes brought from the stores to their house. And they&#8217;d be like, &#8216;Oh yeah, Prada just sent over their new collection&#8217; And their mom had this amazing couture closet.&#8221;</p><p>He&#8217;s keepin&#8217; it real. &#8220;Yes, y&#8217;know, my apartment is a little nicer now and I have a car and I don&#8217;t have to take the subway all the time, but I&#8217;m still the same person. That&#8217;s always been our idea with the clothes. There&#8217;s a certain sense of fantasy but at the same time it feels very, very grounded.&#8221;</p><p>&#8230; And he&#8217;s no social climber. &#8220;I mean, my closest friends are still the people I knew before I had any of this. They&#8217;re my core, the people I hang with the most. It&#8217;s not like all of a sudden is my best friend!&#8221;</p><p>He won&#8217;t stop until he has a Ralph Lauren-sized lifestyle brand. &#8220;He says he&#8217;ll have found success if he creates a brand &#8216;that lives on after I&#8217;ve gone&#8217;. He seems so fearless that you can see it happening. &#8216;But I do have fear&#8217; he says. &#8216;I&#8217;m just always willing to take the risk.&#8217;&#8221;</p><p>Photo: Nick Harvey, Getty Images</p>?<p>CONFIRM YOUR SUBSCRIPTION</p><p>Incoming… In a sec, you’re going to receive an email from StyleCaster asking you to click on a link to confirm your subscription to the StyleCaster newsletter.</p>?<p>CONFIRM YOUR SUBSCRIPTION</p><p>Incoming… In a sec, you’re going to receive an email from StyleCaster asking you to click on a link to confirm your subscription to the StyleCaster newsletter.</p>?possibly have time to design clothes when he is so busy collecting awards? Last night, the uber-cool designer was presented with the in Zurich, an important award that is designed to boost the textile industry in Switzerland. The award includes nearly $150,000 granted to Wang, 10 percent of which is to be spent on Swiss fabric. We&#8217;re sure the fashion designer will have no problem adhering to those rules; Swiss products tend to be exceptional, and he will still have close to $135,000 to take his line in any direction he pleases. </p><p>Last year&#8217;s winner, Kate Mulleavy of Rodarte, presented Wang with the award, and told British Vogue that the award allowed her and Laura, her sister and co-designer, to take Rodarte &#8220;in a direction we just couldn&#8217;t have otherwise.&#8221; Maybe Wang will follow last year&#8217;s winner&#8217;s lead and do a line for .</p>?<p>CONFIRM YOUR SUBSCRIPTION</p><p>Incoming… In a sec, you’re going to receive an email from StyleCaster asking you to click on a link to confirm your subscription to the StyleCaster newsletter.</p>?doing the next CFDA collaboration, like what we did with the white shirts last year, only this year it&#8217;s with khaki. He did this incredible motorcycle jacket in khaki that&#8217;s going to be under $100. It&#8217;s coming out on June 16th, so get ready!&#8221; -Patrick Robinson</p><p>Enough said, we&#8217;re psyched.</p><p>[]</p>??may be in some hot water. Coming to the rite of passage of being sued by his own employees, the designer was just slapped with a $50 million lawsuit (ouch!), accusing Alex of running a sweatshop in his Chinatown studio.</p><p>Apparently, some of the allegations include working a 25 hour workday and suffering from work-related illnesses. Obviously, Wang totally denies the accusations wholeheartedly stating: “The company takes its obligations to comply with the law very seriously, including the relevant wage and hour regulations, the payment of overtime to eligible employees and having a safe working environment for all of our employees. We will vehemently defend any allegations to the contrary.”</p><p>It’d be intense enough if this was just one suit, but no, this is one of nine, you heard me, nine $50 million suits. This just makes us all kinds of uncomfortable.</p>?, &#8220;We wanted something really gritty and raw to contrast with the polished richness of what we showed on fall runway.&#8221; The video was shot in some seemingly creepy place in Red Hook, Brooklyn and I kind of want to stalk downtown tonight for a glimpse.</p>?today that for his Fall 09 collection he has collaborated with jewelry designer Paris Kain of . Hold on, did you say jewelry? As usual, Wang is not content to create just your average pieces.</p><p>&ldquo;We&rsquo;re working with ways of wearing earrings that aren&rsquo;t typical,&rdquo; he says. &ldquo;How they work on your body, how they hang. We want to push the meaning of embellishment and how people interpret jewelry.&rdquo;</p><p>Kain appreciates Wang&rsquo;s penchant for taking risks with his collections, so the jewelry will go along with Wang&rsquo;s new aesthetic for fall. This season he will be trading sweaty for streamlined, citing inspiration like Tina Turner in &ldquo;Mad Max,&rdquo; to be unveiled during Fashion Week.</p><p>So, basically we will be holding our breath in excitement to see what is next for the CFDA winner.</p>?released a new campaign video and is pasting ads all over New York City for his Fall &#8217;11 T by Alexander Wang line. Wang shows his still have 20/20 vision, as this new crop of ads and the accompanying video feature uber cool rapper/singer Santigold and rapper Spankrock continuing the freshness from past campaigns that featured Zoe Kravitz and Diplo.</p><p>The ads are shot by Dan Jackson and the video features a remix of Santigold&#8217;s single, &#8220;Go.&#8221; The Fall &#8217;11 T Collection also drops today, so if you&#8217;re local head down to his where we&#8217;re sure there&#8217;s also some jams playing.</p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p></p><p>Photo and video from </p>?)<p>Karen Elson and Jack Black are getting a divorce and having a party because of it. ()</p><p>Ebay will be the first to offer Alexander Wang&#8217;s range of small leather goods. ()</p><p>The fashion director of British Vogue departed to become creative director of Topshop. ()</p><p>DOUBLE SHOT: TWEET, TWEET</p><p>RT @ Good Idea or Bad Idea: Chuck Taylor Flip Flops? hmmm&#8230; I&#8217;ll go bad.</p><p>RT @ A good dress is, first of all, a well fitted dress.I hate women who look as if they are dressed in a sack. &#8211; The Little Dictionary Fashion Alright then.</p><p>RT @ Adele is really not the best flight soundtrack. Melancholy staring out window. Clouds. Gets me every time.</p><p>RT @ &#8220;She&#8217;s kind of green, but she really has the drive and the family money one needs to succeed in the fashion industry.&#8221; The sad part is, someone totally was serious when they said that.</p>?</p><p>Reason #1</p><p>This is the perfect leather vest &#8212; classic enough to wear over and over, season after season, it&#8217;s a timeless piece that will just get better with age. At the same time it&#8217;s young, fresh, edgy, and fun in all the right ways.</p><p>Reason #2</p><p>Forget fussy and pretty fashion &#8212; this tough, rebel-without-a-cause, renegade-style leather motorcycle vest with silver hardware is the most coveted look of the moment.</p><p>Reason #3</p><p>And last but not least, this vest is designed by none other than New York&#8217;s CFDA winning designer Alexander Wang. He has become a fashion deity loved by editors, models, stylists, celebs, and fashionistas alike, and he is celebrated for his novel and nonconformist design aesthetic.</p>?hones in on one little-known model, has her walk in his show, and voilshe&#8217;s an instant superstar. For Fall 2011, that girl was Aymeline Valade, a strong, striking French newcomer who not only opened Wang&#8217;s runway showher very first, by the wayshe was also chosen as the face of his fall collection, and her likeness is now plastered all over downtown Manhattan. The designer gave the model a video camera to document her journey from the castings and fittings to the runway, and created a short film that just debuted on the . <p>Aymeline&#8217;s thick accent is a bit tough to decipher at times, but she&#8217;s intriguing and intelligent, and compares her profession to being &#8220;clay that the photographer or designer can sculpt.&#8221; When asked why she got into modeling, she reveals that she loves to express herself with her body, and that &#8220;fashion is a kind of dialogueit gives people the opportunity to say something about themselves without having to speak.&#8221;</p><p> Watch the short teaser clip below, and head over to to see the full film.</p><p> <p><p><p><p></p><p>Video via </p>?this season, the flagship store in SoHo, New York has set up quite an installation that will be sure to have Alfred Hitchcock fans &#8220;flocking&#8221; to the shop in no time.</p><p>The installation features a free-standing gridwall structure with model black birds surrounding the top it&#8217;s a bit eery, , but all around still pretty amazing.</p><p>The original 1963 film The Birds will also be playing in the store, in a color-coordinating version.</p><p>To check images of the latest installation inspired by The Birds, click through the photos in the slideshow above!</p>?<p>CONFIRM YOUR SUBSCRIPTION</p><p>Incoming… In a sec, you’re going to receive an email from StyleCaster asking you to click on a link to confirm your subscription to the StyleCaster newsletter.</p>?just keeps adding to his fashion empire. Resort unearthed new forays into both sneakers and swim to sporty, sleek, downtown chic results, obviously.</p><p>The recent CFDA Award winner has been mining the athletic vibe for a few seasons, but always manages to take a fresh approach to what could be considered old hat. For the season meant for beach getaways, the Alexander Wang sporto is a bit more colorful. There are vests resembling pinneys against leather shorts, a range of oversized parkas, unexpected suiting and, in keeping with the season&#8217;s overarching trend scuba elements. Red and black reigned, but there were bits of greys and blues to keep it light. </p><p>That new swim collection is probably what the Wang girl was missing on the beach sleek and cool, without the unneccesary bells, whistles and ruffles. As far as those sneakers, they&#8217;re cool, but those two-tone heels are what are most likely going to end up on the feet of girls below 14th Street. </p>?Let&#8217;s be real: is one of the few designers out there who doesn&#8217;t really need to advertise, considering the blogosphere goes gaga over his every release, and celebrities and tastemakers turn to his designs for their daily uniforms. But we love ogling a good promotional image, so we&#8217;re not complaining. </p><p>The designer&#8217;s first-ever print ad starring model Aymeline Valade and shot by Craig McDean will exclusively appear in Interview Magazines March issue. In addition, a billboard of the image will be unveiled on the corner of Lafayette and Great Jones Streets on February 7, and a video of the shoot will premiere on March 1. </p><p>The austere image mirrors his spare, white runway show for spring, and was styled by Karl Templer under the creative direction of Fabien Baron. This is the same dream team behind the brand&#8217;s fall video starring , and although Wang is hesitant to call this venture an &#8220;,&#8221; we won&#8217;t be surprised if it tops most of the ads on our Spring 2011 favorites list. </p><p>Image courtesy of </p>?sample sale, since few designers in New York have as dedicated of a following as he does. We heard that the line stretched over two whole blocks in Soho when it opened at ten this morning, which wouldn&#8217;t be surprising if it weren&#8217;t twenty degrees outside! Andrea, Kerry and I ventured to the Mercer Street sale last night, and we all emerged with some amazing steals. Great minds think alike, because all three of us snagged the same by T. If that&#8217;s not embarrassing enough, we all showed up to the office today wearing it each styled very differently, of course. While my colleagues grabbed all of the they could carry, I focused on the jackets, and found two that I just had to have.</p><p></p><p>One is a leather-sleeved blazer from the pre-fall collection, and the other is a collarless felt grey blazer from the fall runway show look six to be exact. The staff is helpful and super friendly, and as far as sample sales go, it&#8217;s roomy and impeccably organized. If you&#8217;re going to head to the , which runs until Sunday, here are some things to keep in mind: </p><p>1.. Judging by the masses that flocked to 93 Mercer Street earlier today, you&#8217;re going to have to wait out in the cold, at least for a while.</p><p>2. Get there as fast as you can. When we went yesterday before the sale was officially open to the public the bag and shoe selection was already sparse. There was a TON of ready-to-wear, but it will probably go quickly.</p><p>3. If you&#8217;re going for T, prepare to dig. Most of the women&#8217;s T by Alexander Wang goods are stuffed in cardboard boxes, so it&#8217;s hard to find specific styles. If you take your time like we did, you&#8217;re bound to discover a bounty of goodies! </p><p></p><p>Good luck, and happy shopping!</p>?(pictured above) hit Net-a-Porter, it is SOLD OUT. How often do you hear those words nowadays? Kinda refreshing, isn&#8217;t it? Never thought I&#8217;d miss NOT being able to get my hands on a must-have item, but somehow this feels a tad bit better than seeing 80% off sales signs everywhere. Just leave it to Alex.</p><p>Now how do I get my hands on one??</p>?, we hold a special place in our hearts for fashion&#8217;s golden boy, . With his wearable (and extremely covetable) collections season after season, what fashion-forward girl doesnt? If its even possible, we have some news that might warrant even more love for the young designer.</p><p>This fall, Wang is planning on expanding his lower priced diffusion line, T by Alexander Wang, beyond must-have tanks and tees. Pieces are slated to include the perfect slouchy wool trousers, a grey loose-cut blazer, and a fierce hooded cape/poncho amalgamation.</p><p>Known for his sensibility, the designer created T by Alexander Wang with comfort in mind. The end product is a line of basics every girl can use in her closet. This is about the foundations, says , clothes that people want to wear and live in. Our girl can use the ready-to-wear to sprinkle in the excitement, but these are the core pieces for her wardrobe.</p><p>With prices ranging from $80-$250, youll have to keep us from buying one of everything. Below are our favorite looks from the upcoming fall line.</p><p>More News We Love:<br></p>?, images of young, edgy come to mind. So when the time came to celebrate Wang&#8217;s new Spring 2010 collection, the designer decided to go straight to his loyal followers &#8212; in where else? &#8212; the streets of downtown Manhattan, of course.</p><p>Starting Monday, February 1st, the winner&#8217;s ads will be plastered all over lower Manhattan in the East Village and the Lower East Side, covering the intersections of Third Avenue and 12th Street as well as Grand and Crosby Streets.The ads will be on display for four weeks and will be replenished weekly to keep things fresh. The campaign is only set to run in New York, but Wang explains that it may venture into other cities if it becomes something people really respond to, but right now New York City is where its at. This is our home.</p><p>Alexander Wang hired the same agency behind the , National Promotions &#038; Advertising, to manage his first ad campaign.Photographed by Dan Jackson, the ads feature model, sporting a cut-out top from the T collection. The images were so inspiring to the designer that what started out as a routine campaign, evolved into a full on guerilla marketing scheme. Wang explains, The [images] were originally only supposed to be posters we were going to send to editors and stores, but I felt the energy was much more appropriate for something like guerrilla marketing than anything too proper or formal. Because T is really the core foundation of what Alexander Wang stands for, I thought it should be something that could be much more democratic.</p><p>The last time there was this much buzz over an ad campaign, it involved a naked , but Alexander Wang does not disappoint. Not only is the designer giving us a peek at his new collection via posters on the sides of brick walls, but there is also a to be aired the same day the ad goes up. In case you can&#8217;t make it to the show, the video shot by Peter Szollosi will feature the madness that goes on backstage. The video is sure to be just as exciting as the ad campaign but if you can&#8217;t wait &#8217;til Monday to get it on , then check out a clip from the full video .</p><p>More News We Love:</p><p></p><p></p><p></p><p></p>?at Dior, British now reports that LVMH is not into that idea. Apparently, Marc , but higher-ups feel he is a better fit for Vuitton &#8211; which I completely agree with.</p><p>Now, a source close to LVMH claims thatAlexander Wang&#8216;s name is being tossed into the ring. I don&#8217;t even think I need to get into the multitude of reasons why this doesn&#8217;t make sense. The Wang aesthetic could not be further from the Dior aesthetic, and while people may want a fresh take on the brand following the Galliano disaster, if it ain&#8217;t broke &#8211; don&#8217;t fix it! A drastic change would throw everything off and the iconic label would lose its identity even more.</p><p>Honestly, I know how easy it is to gossip, but I wish people would just shut up about this issue until it&#8217;s actually resolved. At this point, no one knows what&#8217;s going to happen. So keep calm, carry on, and someday soon Dior&#8217;s fate will be revealed.</p>?are joining forces for an uber fashionable video premiering this Thursday. It&#8217;s also shot by Craig McDean and styled by Karl Templer. Our heads are exploding. (, subscription required)</p><p>Can you tell the difference between 46-year old Courtney Love and? It&#8217;s harder than you may think! ()</p><p>Cole Haan teamed with blogger and photog of the cool kids Todd Selby for their Fall campaign. Think DJs and other creatives in their natural environments. ()<br><br>Photo courtesy of Cole Haan</p><p>W&#8216;s September issue is out, and it&#8217;s the first under Stefano Tonchi&#8217;s leadership. Do you dig the new look? ()<br><br>Photo by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin</p><p>Is ? Mia Farrow is claiming that the Super knew that diamonds she received were a gift from ex-Liberian Pres Charles Taylor. Apparently Naomi believed she was getting the precious gems from an unknown secret admirer? Yah, that happens to us all the time. ()</p><p>Justin Bieber joins Jessica Simpson and P. Diddy as a face of Proactiv. Solving acne everywhere a true sign that he&#8217;s finally made it. ()</p><p>TWITTER:<br>RT @ &#8211; Black and pink glitter<br>Indeed and a bit gross.<br><br>RT @ Um Thanks RT @ your like my own little yoda. in big Chanel sunglasses and Loubitons<br>I&#8217;ve been waiting my whole life for someone I love to call me their own little Yoda. Or not&#8230;</p><p>RT @ fall trends I am very happy with: teased updo&#8217;s, high-heeled hiking/rain boots, lipstick, below-the-knee skirts, capes.<br>Just please ladies, not all at once. Can you spell fashion victim?</p><p>RT @ Im being asked for 5 adjectives that describe me how conceited do I go? And then do I use conceited?<br>With a Twitter handle like narcissist, the adjective seems fitting, no?</p><p>RT @ Never seen Liza so serene. I miss my buddy.<br>Still deciding if this is cute or creepy.<br><br>Related:<br></p>?. A black and white video aptly titled &#8220;Brilliant&#8221; took viewers inside the creative worlds of the nine 2010 Swarovski Award nominees: Joseph Altuzarra, Prabal Gurung, , Richard Chai, Patrik Ervell, Simon Spurr, Eddie Borgo, Dana Lorenz and .</p><p>Set to melodic beats by The Boohs and artfully directed by Josh Melnick and Xander Charity, the short film lends just enough insights from to leave you wanting to know more.</p><p> elucidates, &#8220;I don&#8217;t know if fashion can change the world, I don&#8217;t know if anything can change the world, but fashion to me is about change, because that&#8217;s the only constant in our lives.&#8221; Even though , we still think Prabal has it right. Check out the video below:</p><p> <p><p><p><p></p><p>Related : <br><br></p>?invited the magazine into his newly renovated, 2,200 square-foot TriBeCa loft for a tourand it&#8217;s just as luxe and exotic as you&#8217;d dream it would be. Decorated by the designer&#8217;s dear friend Ryan Korban, the &#8220;sexy and youthful&#8221; space makes up for its lack of color with its rich, plush materials: zebra rugs, a black velvet couch, goat fur and crocodile skin chairs, and black fox fur throws. </p><p>The downtown location, high ceilings and ample light seem like reason enough to spend upwards of $2 million on this construction project, but the openness of the loft was the biggest selling point for Wang. Having lived in New York, where youre always out and your friends are always out because no one has enough space to entertain, I imagined an apartment where I could have my friends over and on the weekend not have to leave because I feel claustrophobic, he explained. We don&#8217;t know about you, but we&#8217;d forgo a night on the town for a cozy evening at Chez Wang any day.</p><p>Click through for some photos of the designer&#8217;s apartment and read the full article over at </p>?is involved. He&#8217;s spent the night partying at Opening Ceremony and Barneys before he opened his own flagship store on Grand Street, but now that he&#8217;s got his own digs, things are about to get really crazy. He just posted this ad on his Facebook page:</p><p>&#8220;SEARCH: Looking for your freakiest talents or performances for our Fashion&#8217;s Night Out, September 8th, at 103 Grand Street.&#8221;</p><p>Amazing, right? The designer wants his fans to send in 30-90 second clips of themselves and friends performing their most awesome talents. According to the post, &#8220;finalists will be notified on Monday, August 29th and will be asked to perform in front of special guest judges on Fashion&#8217;s Night Out at our flagship store.&#8221; If we know Wang, said &#8220;special guests&#8221; will probably be some of his big-name buddies, like Zo Kravitz, Erin Wasson, Rye Rye or M.I.A.</p><p>Even though we&#8217;re still a few weeks out, I&#8217;m glad that I&#8217;ve pinned down my first stop on the whirlwind FNO tour of New York. Now, what are you waiting for? You have a video to make.</p><p>[via ]</p>?. Not too much of a shocker, I suppose. Nonetheless, I can&#8217;t get over how such a young designer can curate such a diverse and cohesive collection season to season. And, as if that wasn&#8217;t enough, he finds the time to design shoes, bags and other goodies of the like.</p><p>Needless to say, I was on the edge of my seat when I finally caught wind of his Pre-Fall collection. First of all, sheer items will always hold a special spot in my heart and his rendition of the favorite effect is beyond divine as he fuses together a quirky enlarged plaid and sheer sweaters, overlays and blouses.</p><p>Obviously not stopping there, Wang offers functional pieces such as anoraks and puffer vests in awesome fabrics that appear almost metallic. Not to be mistaken with a totally futuristic vibe though, amazingly draped wrap-dresses, killer motorcycle jackets and masterfully tailored blazers with pleat-pocket details balance the collection marvelously.</p><p>So, without further adieu, check out my picks for Wang&#8217;s Pre-Fall collection. If I see you at a sample sale for this collection, I suggest staying away from these pieces &#8212; there&#8217;s no telling what I would do to get my hands on one of these.</p><p>Photos via .</p>?is stepping out again to lend her support to elect Obama for a second term, rallying support for him in the fashion industry. With a successful fundraiser in August, (she hosted a soiree with Harvey Weinstein raising $2 million), we&#8217;re sure this next one will be a doozy. <br></p><p>Next month, Wintour will host a fundraiser along with with Theory as part of a campaign initiative called &#8220;Runway to Win.&#8221; Custom Obama-themed clothing and accessories will be curated by designers Alexander Wang, Narcisco Rodriguez, Rachel Roy, Tracy Reese, Tory Burch, Beyoncand Tina Knowles and Marchesa&#8217;s Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig.</p><p>We can only say, if Anna Wintour is for you, who can be against you?</p>?. Really, we&#8217;re obsessed. That smile, that blonde hair, that killer bod&#8230; Everything&#8217;s better in Texas, right?</p><p>There&#8217;s one trait of Ashley&#8217;s that we didn&#8217;t know about until just now, and that&#8217;s her amazing dancing abilities. Girl&#8217;s got personality for days, and in this video for , she gets down with music producer Diplo for the campaign. Miss Smith is certainly not shy, and her moves make those supremely comfy clothes look good even though they start to fall off of her towards the end! </p><p>The will launch just in time for Fashion Week on February 7, and the posters will likely be plastered all over downtown New York. Watch Ashely jam out in the full video below.</p><p><p><p><p><p></p>?</p><p>Hip hop’s cutting-edge It-girl, , has scored a new gig as the face of T by?Alexander Wang for Fall 2012. Appearing in a new that debuted online yesterday afternoon, we can&#8217;t help but dancing along with the singer.</p><p>The and notoriously err loud-mouthed singer-rapper seems like a natural choice, considering she was Wang&#8217;s much-publicized date to this year&#8217;s Met Gala. Banks is the latest in a procession of musicians ranging from Diplo to Die Antwood &#8212; it?seems the designer prefers musicians over models when it comes to his more casual T collection.</p><p>The two have worked together before when Azealia provided the music for his Spring 2012 AW campaign. We can&#8217;t wait to see what&#8217;s in store for his runway show this year. Perhaps a live performance? We can only hope!</p>?and/or ) , the tweetress has been writing a series of guest posts over the last few weeks right here on StyleCaster, offering outfit advice for a number of occasions just about everyone might eventually find themselves in.</p><p>The annual, &#8220;It&#8221; indie film festival known as is kicking off this week, and you know what that means Hollywood celebs, tons of chic winter attire and lots of hot tubs to hit up!</p><p>Make sure you and your wardrobe make the most out of your time there (no matter how long or short it may be) by remembering to bring your fashion A-game. And even if you&#8217;re not heading to Utah this week, you can still look like Park City perfection with some extremely helpful tips from the fabulously fabulous Babe Walker.</p><p>If you want to roll like Babe in the Rockies, be sure to check out all the fashionable deets down below!</p><p>Okay psychos, it&#8217;s that time of year again when everyone from LA decides that they&#8217;d rather be in a dank bar at the St. Regis Deer Valley half drunk and listening to a completely wasted Colin Farrell talk about his &#8220;super confusing&#8221; adolescence, than enjoying the warmth and sunshine from the safety of their own backyard pools. I&#8217;ve never quite understood the Sundance Film Festival, but I go every year because it&#8217;s part of my duties as&#8230; me.</p><p>This year however, things have been so hectic and I&#8217;ve been so stressed about my book&#8217;s launch, that I haven&#8217;t even started telling my maid what to pack, and I&#8217;m leaving in a few days! Normally my preparations involve she and I going through my fur and boot vault, but this year I&#8217;m having a hard time dealing. All I&#8217;m asking from Sundance 2012 is a little simplicity! I want to have some drinks, throw some drinks and maybe watch a movie or two.</p><p>Deep breaths&#8230; center&#8230; remember my mantra&#8230; okay.</p><p>I usually can only stay at Sundance for 24 hours because my hair gets really cold. No, I mean like so cold, and , which are incredibly stressful and not a joke. But whatever. This year as far as my sartorial issues are concerned, Utah in January will be all about not being in Utah in January. I plan on letting my epidermis show, and not giving a f*ck. Hollywood chows down on an unexpected skin moment. My packing list is as follows:</p><p>I&#8217;ll be taking a few slut dresses, like this Chlo Sevigny for OC ($1000, at ) moment. It reminds me of grandmas. Not mine, just grandmas in general, and that&#8217;s chic!</p><p><p><p>This Balmain ($4765, at ) is so easy to wear it&#8217;s almost criminal.</p><p><p><p>I&#8217;ll be taking this white Kimberly Ovitz ($475, at ).</p><p><p><p>Kim, if you&#8217;re reading this call me. I need the keys to my Range Rover back.</p><p>Also necessary are at least twelve pairs of huge, rude sunnies.</p><p><p><p>Proenza Schouler Cut Out Temple Frame, $350, at </p><p>Balenciaga Bicolor Sunglasses, $340, at </p><p>And lastly, I&#8217;ll throw in some major, major, MAJOR pumps.</p><p>Alexander Wang Eden Mesh Heels, $425, at </p><p>Viktor &#038; Rolf Open Toe Ruffle Platform Pumps, $537.50, at </p><p>After all, the parties are literally crawling with so many A-list actors, it&#8217;s sick. How am I going to suddenly trip and fall into &#8216;s lap if I&#8217;m in sensible Lanvin flats?</p><p>Besides that, I guess I&#8217;ll just be bringing every fur that I own, a box of cigars, and my prescribed anti-anxiety meds of choice, because the flight there can be rocky.</p><p>Love you, mean it.</p><p>Babe</p>?hairspray. Next, use a hair dryer () to give the spray a firm hold. </p><p></p><p>To get the look off the runway, mimic the same deep side part, but use much less hairspray! </p><p><br> was also there to prep the models for the catwalk, and they set the focus on the eyes for the Fall/Winter season. The team used warm browns and burnt red cream-based shadows, layering and blending them in with a dry brush to create a bold eye. </p><p>They added black liner on the top lash line and halfway around the lower lash line to give the eye a more definitive shape. The brows were also filled in, but the face was kept au natural, with just a touch of concealor if needed. The M.A.C. team finished off the look with a bit of lip balm, and the girls were ready to go!</p><p>More Beauty News We Love:<br><br><br></p>?<p>CONFIRM YOUR SUBSCRIPTION</p><p>Incoming… In a sec, you’re going to receive an email from StyleCaster asking you to click on a link to confirm your subscription to the StyleCaster newsletter.</p>?last month, there wasn&#8217;t a single taxicab not plastered with advertisements for one of the city&#8217;s biggest events: Alexander Wang&#8217;s first flagship store opening in NYC. Now, go behind the scenes of the store&#8217;s creation, from three days before to thethe designer threw on opening night. Catch footage of Wang mingling with Anna Wintour and Kanye West, and hear the man himself speak about the store&#8217;s concept, which he claims aimed to &#8220;create a space thathard and pristine and at the same time.&#8221; </p><p><p></p>?</p><p>If you’re feeling like just about every designer is releasing a children’s line, you wouldn’t be too far off base. Considering the likes of debuted her kid’s line not too long ago and just showed his youngster collection during , one could argue that it’s the latest craze in the industry.</p><p>As it happens, former French Vogue editor? is not a big fan of the trend, and weighed in during a new interview . Roitfeld, who is newly a grandmother,?mentions that daughter??won’t be dressing her baby girl in any designer duds any time soon, if it were up to her (lucky for?, her place at the top of the stylish tyke pyramid is firmly intact).</p><p>In the interview, Roitfeld went so far as to say: “I hate fashion for little girls.” Eek! Perhaps we’ll have to reconsider our stance &#8212; we thought the Lanvin line for girls was pretty darn adorable (albeit completely out of our price range).</p><p>In better news, the stylish editor does love being a grandmother, saying, “I forget how … reassure … to have a baby on you; it makes me very quiet. Because it’s so small, and finally she’s so nice; and to relax, and… no phone, and you can’t talk.”</p>?may split his time in that romantic tryst of a city, Paris Paris, but the New York fashion word still loves him. The designer took home the top honors last night winning Womenswear Designer of the Year. </p><p>Perhaps riffing off the theme behind Jacobs-designed , a very fit Jessica Biel presented the designer with the coveted prize. And in the veritable fashion Olympics ceremony, Hollywood and fashion mingled nicely cementing once again that celebrity-driven fashion trends are still king. CFDA president commented on the happy crowd: &#8220;Tonight is the night we designers and members of the industry salute our peers and celebrate their talents. We are a family.&#8221; The complete list of winners are&#8230;</p><p>Womenswear Designer of the Year: Marc Jacobs presented by Jessica Biel</p><p>Menswear Designer of the Year: David Neville &#038; Marcus Wainwright for Rag &#038; Bone, presented by Anthony Mackie</p><p>Accessory Designer of the Year: Alexis Bittar presented by Dakota Fanning</p><p>Swarovski Fashion Awards, all presented by and Ed Westwick:<br>Womenswear: <br>Menswear: Richard Chai<br>Accessories: Alexander Wang</p><p>Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award: Michael Kors, presented by Anna Wintour</p><p>Board of Directors Special Tribute Award: the , presented by </p><p>Fashion Icon Award: Iman presented by gal pal Isabella Rossellini</p><p>International Award: Christopher Bailey of , presented by Donna Karan</p><p>Eleanor Lambert Award: Tonne Goodman of Vogue, presented by Caroline Kennedy</p><p>Eugenia Sheppard Award for journalism: Kim Hastreiter, founding Editor and Publisher of Paper magazine, presented by Brooke Shields</p><p>L&#8217;Oreal Popular Vote Award: Ralph Lauren presented by Doutzen Kroes</p><p>Earlier: l</p>?and we&#8217;ve got a little preview that should help you get excited. Every year, the nominees have fancy portraits taken of themselves with models and their muses for a journal that accompanies the ceremony, and the council tapped famed photographers Inez and Vinoodh for this year&#8217;s edition. </p><p>Luckily for us, the duo recently launched a Tumblr and a , and they&#8217;ve been posting outtakes of the CFDA shoots as they happen! Last week, they let it slip that Doutzen Kroes, Arizona Muse and were shooting in their studio, and they even released a few behind-the-scenes photos, including one of Raquel Zimmermann inmink sunglasses and another of Isabeli Fontana in a pair of gigantic Pamela Love cuffs. </p><p>Click through to see the CFDA portrait sneak peek! </p><p>Photos: via </p>?with some help from son amie Carine Roitfeld, the exhibit features over a hundred (113 to be exact) black-and-white photographs featuring familiar faces from the art, music and fashion worlds.</p><p>CHANEL kicked off the exhibit by hosting a private event earlier this week in the Japanese capital, where guests included Sarah Jessica Parker, , Saskia de Brauw (all of whom are featured in the exhibit), and of course Carine and Karl.</p><p>If you didn&#8217;t manage to get an invite to the party like most of us, those of you in Tokyo can check out the exhibit from March 24th to April 15, 2012 over at G-Bldg, Minami Aoyama, Minami Aoyama 5-4-48 in Minato Ku, Tokyo.</p><p>For those not in Tokyo, CHANEL has put up images from the exhibit in an online gallery accessible to anyone from anywhere (well, except maybe China). Head over to to see images of a whole bunch of stylish folks, including?get ready?Carine Roitfeld, , Leigh Lezark, Kirsten Dunst, Daphne Guinness, The Fanning Sisters, The Richards Sisters, Elizabeth Olsen, Georgia May Jagger, , Riccardo Tisci, Sofia Coppola, Joshua Jackson (yes, really), Joan Smalls, Theophilus London (who also made it onto our list) and one Anna Wintour, who poses with her back to the camera which makes us think that she might have broken her sunglasses on the way to the shoot.</p><p>Nice one, Anna?nice.</p><p>Oh, and did we mention that Kanye West is in the exhibit as well?! Mr. 808 and Heartbreaks did pose for Karl as well, wearing the classic black jacket, looking very, very ladylike.</p><p>Who knows?maybe we&#8217;ll see some CHANEL-esque jackets during Kanye&#8217;s next Paris Fashion Week showing?</p><p>Photo by Delphine Achard</p>?<p>CONFIRM YOUR SUBSCRIPTION</p><p>Incoming… In a sec, you’re going to receive an email from StyleCaster asking you to click on a link to confirm your subscription to the StyleCaster newsletter.</p>?is back on the music scene with her brand new video for the single &#8220;Big Mouth&#8221;. The video is colorful, explosive and highly animatedjust exactly like the song itself.</p><p>Ever since entering into the media&#8217;s eye back in 2007 with her infectious vocals on tracks like &#8220;L.E.S. Artistes&#8221; and &#8220;Creator&#8221;, Santigold has made it clear that she&#8217;s that not your average chanteuse.</p><p>After keeping a pretty low-profile the last year or so (even though she managed to drop a single with back in April as well as star in an in July), it&#8217;s exciting to see Santigold come out with a new track and video off her upcoming release, Master of My Make-Believe.</p><p>The video is all sorts of crazy, loaded with her don&#8217;t-mess-with-us background dancers and the beat is even kinda catchy! But we&#8217;re a bit thrown off with thein the middle of the songwho knew that Santigold would be the type of lady willing to publicly drum up some beef, especially with someone like Gaga?</p><p>Minding the brief diss, the video is definitely worth the watch! Plus, it might even give you a Pee-wee&#8217;s Playhouse flashbackwell, at least for me it did.</p><p></p>?<p>CONFIRM YOUR SUBSCRIPTION</p><p>Incoming… In a sec, you’re going to receive an email from StyleCaster asking you to click on a link to confirm your subscription to the StyleCaster newsletter.</p>?. Rounding out the mix are some seriously flirty going-out looks we’re seeing in Miami and Boston, complete with bright color pops, peplum shapes, and statement jewelry.</p><p>Consider this not only our guide to the looks you need to get you pumped for fall, but an ode the ever-inspiring style in your own cities. Forget the supermodels; bring on the locals!</p><p>For more information on our relationship with Sperry:?</p>?, who has been rocking a for quite some time now. With her dark roots sticking out at the top, her &#8220;grungy cool&#8221; factor only gets even more points in my book of awesome.</p><p>Thankfully, I&#8217;m not the only one who noticed Charlotte&#8217;s radness as she&#8217;s been casted as the face of Argentinian ready-to-wear label for their Fall/Winter 2012 collection. COMPLOT is a brand that prides itself on being fresh, Eco-conscience and knowing that Rock &#8216;N Roll is not only just a genre of music, but a way to live your life.</p><p>If you don&#8217;t believe me then check out this brand new fashion film down below from COMPLOT starring an animated Charlotte Free, one heck of and a ton of clothes that I need to have in my closet?NOW.</p>?releases its &#8220;30 Under 30&#8243; lists, we&#8217;re naturally left in awe of these youngsters who have managed to accomplish so much at such a young age. Here at StyleCaster we&#8217;re particularly fond of the , as it highlights the creative minds that are constantly revolutionizing the platforms and contexts that surround us in our daily lives.</p><p>This year, some of fashion&#8217;s most talented and noteworthy burgeoning talents found their way into the top 30, and we couldn&#8217;t be happier to see some familiar and loved faces in Forbes&#8216; picks &#8212; from Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to Alexander Wang, New York&#8217;s darling knitwear master.</p><p>While we have tremendous respect for every member of this year&#8217;s &#8220;30 Under 30,&#8221; we had to highlight those members who influence our daily lives here at StyleCaster. So click through the slideshow above to check out the beloved designers and creative minds who make our jobs worth doing!</p><p>All images courtesy of .</p>?.</p><p>Recently launched last month, the new shopping platform is the brainchild of former ShopBop Head Buyer Erin Crandall, who also runs the West Village boutique that goes by the same name as the site.</p><p>The new e-boutique features a slew of Downtown designers from New York and beyond, such as favorites like Chris Benz, Rebecca Taylor, , Yigal Azrouel, Vince, Dannijo and Jason Wu.</p><p>Filled with tons of options for guys and gals, A Man and a Woman will be your new one-stop destination to get New York City approved apparel and accessories without having to ever leave the house! </p>?. So when we heard one of our all-time fave designers (not to mention StyleCaster BFF) Rebecca Minkoff was behind a , our interest was piqued.</p><p>First spotted during her spring 2012 NYFW show, these little lovelies are actually part of the collection and all proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood. Decorated in studs, zebra and leopard print packaging, Minkoff&#8217;s contribution (also available on her site), join the ranks of other big-name designers, including Alexander Wang, Jeremy Scott and Charlotte Ronson.</p><p>&#8220;I loved the idea of designing a condom that was made by a woman for a woman,&#8221; says Minkoff. &#8220;I got to use my classic studded Rebecca Minkoff design and apply it to the packaging, making a condom that girls can feel comfortable carrying with them.&#8221;</p><p>True, we know plenty of ladies that would prefer these to something you&#8217;d find at your neighborhood drug store, but then again we know quite a lot of gay boys who&#8217;d equally rejoice over a condom that actually color-coordinated with their ber-expensive Prada satchels.</p>?<p>CONFIRM YOUR SUBSCRIPTION</p><p>Incoming… In a sec, you’re going to receive an email from StyleCaster asking you to click on a link to confirm your subscription to the StyleCaster newsletter.</p>?and checkout NOW! Your size will not last. Trust me. And it&#8217;s Friday, you NEED new shoes.</p><p>Blake Fold Over Boot, $575; Alexis Fringe Boot, $575; Carrington Woven Boot, $595 &#8211; Alexander Wang at .</p>?<p>CONFIRM YOUR SUBSCRIPTION</p><p>Incoming… In a sec, you’re going to receive an email from StyleCaster asking you to click on a link to confirm your subscription to the StyleCaster newsletter.</p>?, and she&#8217;s getting some serious attention for it.</p><p>Her art has been featured inside Argentine Harper&#8217;s Bazaar and Harvey Nichols recently asked her to illustrate its spring/summer 2012 press book.</p><p>The 21-year-old has walked in shows for , Chanel, Givenchy and Balenciaga, and has appeared in , Interview and Love. Her pieces are reminiscent of that of a courtroom, and give us a glimpse into the behind-the-scenes of the fashion industry, from a .</p><p>She has to make her sketches quick because the models move around backstage, and sometimes she leaves her drawings unfinished, liking the way they look just like that. Other times, she&#8217;ll flesh out her work with paint, using vibrant, exaggerated colors that give her work a distinctive, carnivalesque look.</p><p>For fashion fans, it&#8217;s nice to see Preizler&#8217;s unique perspective through her playful artwork, but if the field were crowded with other models who also enjoyed to draw, one wonders if the hype surrounding her drawings would be the same.</p><p>Take a look at some of her work for yourself in the slideshow above, and let us know what you think below. Is Preizler&#8217;s artwork worth the rave reviews?</p><p>[Images courtesy of ]</p>?)</p><p>Evan Rachel Wood looks hot although nearly unrecognizable in her new Gucci . Could it be that we&#8217;re missing the pale skin of the Vampire Queen of Louisiana? ()</p><p><br>Fall 2010 Gucci Guilty Ad Campaign</p><p> is releasing their first ads for Fall, a simple straightforward approach that really highlights, gasp, the clothes! ()<br><br>Fall 2010 Proenza Schouler Ad Campaign</p><p>J. Lo is out of the running to host American Idol. Sources are chalking it up to her diva-like demands. File under: unsurprising news of the day. ()</p><p> is all move over Whitney Port, I&#8217;m getting my own reality show. The Elle editor signed with the Sundance channel to host All On the Line, a show in which he&#8217;ll aid struggling designers. ()</p><p>TWITTER<br>RT @ Just used the term &#8220;hella sexy&#8221; in convo. Should probs get myself to eleqution lessons (once I have chopped off my tongue)<br>Are you trying to make &#8220;hella sexy&#8221; happen, Henry Holland?</p><p>RT @ Dear PR peeps, can we agree to stop sending Mischa Barton fashion credits? It&#8217;s just sad for all involved.<br>Spoken like an honest fashion writer. We&#8217;ll always have SoapNet&#8217;s OC reruns, Mischa!</p><p>RT @ As promised, here&#8217;s Abbey Lee Kershaw starring in the &#8220;Wall Street&#8221; inspired video campaign for Alexander Wang! &#8212; <br>Definitely worth a hot minute emphasis on the hot.</p><p> <p><p><p><p></p><p>RT @ Gorgeous grosgrain @carolina herrera..collection is going to b beyond!!! <br>Only a studied stylist could get psyched about the potential in ribbon&#8230;<br></p><p>RT @ DRYYYY cleaning.<br>Ask yourself, Alexa, was this worth tweeting? The unexamined life is not worth living after all.<br><br>Related:<br></p>?Yes, ladies and gentlemen, Fashion&#8217;s Night Out is back &#8212; and this year, they&#8217;re determined to make it bigger than ever. While many have their gripes about FNO (the crowds! the tourists! the minimal free booze!), it&#8217;s actually a great idea that does bring a lot of people together, not to mention allows a more populist platform for the public to have its own fashion event amid the exclusive calendar that is Fashion Week. ()</p><p>In order to build the anticipation for &#8220;shopping&#8217;s biggest night&#8221; (side note: if you have ever actually made a purchase on FNO, please contact me), a slew of stars have teamed up for this year&#8217;s PSA &#8212; and we mean a slew. This is probably the most random group of stars ever, but we kind of dig it &#8212; and are also having fantasies about what a dinner party with all of these people would be like.</p><p>Here&#8217;s the complete list of who appears in the video: Victoria Beckham, Justin Bieber, Julie Bowen, Tory Burch, Tyson Chandler, Georgina Chapman, Francisco Costa, Keren Craig, Darren Criss, Peter Dundas, Carolina Herrera, Chanel Iman, Marc Jacobs, Liya Kebede, Karlie Kloss, Solange Knowles, Michael Kors, Doutzen Kroes, Pamela Love, Arizona Muse, David Neville, Jessica Pare, Usher Raymond, Coco Rocha, Hailee Steinfeld, Taylor Swift, Marcus Wainwright, Alexander Wang, Kristen Wiig, Olivia Wilde and Jason Wu. Yep.</p><p>.</p>?)<p>Louis Vuitton&#8217;s Pre-Fall 2011 ads make you want to board a train from Milan to Paris ASAP. ()</p><p>For the resort season, Alexander Wang is launching swim, right on the heels of a launching a men&#8217;s ready to wear line. Busy bee. ()</p><p>DVF is taking a note out of the Stella McCartney handbook and collaborating on a Gap Kids line. ()</p><p>Summer Playlist! DJ Price did one for Blue &#038; Cream and his own label, Reason clothing. Check it. ()</p><p>DOUBLE SHOT: TWEET, TWEET</p><p>RT @ Looks like Erin Wasson is contemplating a brand new career move, into the interior design world! &#8212; Busy, busy lady.<br><br>RT @ Was just about to write a FB update with a &#8220;Happy Monday&#8221; sentiment until I realized&#8230;it&#8217;s Tuesday. #word<br><br>RT @ I think I must be seriously practicing for The Amazing Race. Travelling around the world in 10 days. Next stop tomorrow: Moscow. The exciting life of zee fashion editor.<br><br>RT @ How well do you know your Award nominees and honorees? Take our new quiz and find out: Love a good quiz.</p><p>RT @ aaand i just rode the elevator with Anna WIntour. GOOD MORNING BRAHS Love.it.</p>?, but I found it vaguely ironic rocker, and therefore enjoyed it.</p><p>Recently spotted on the streets, hair blowing in wind (probably thinking about Alexander Skarsgrd), Kate was rocking wayfarers, a denim mini, pink knit and those suede booties she loves to love. The standout that&#8217;s going to have girls googling is that Fall 2011 Alexander Wang Jane bag in blush. It isn&#8217;t available until 7/1, but that color, those zippers, it looks kind of like a backpack in a really great size! I&#8217;m thinking it may be worth the wait. </p><p>Photo: </p>?? Feed your daily &#8220;diet&#8221; with these juicy tidbits:</p><p>Bridal couturier Angel Sanchez is going contemporary. The designer is launching an 18-piece prt&#8211;porter line called Sanchez so young brides can continue to wear his frothy wares after their big day now you can &#8220;always the bride&#8221; and mean it. ()</p><p>isn&#8217;t one to rest on his laurels. The &#8220;it&#8221; girl favorite is launching an unnamed essentials collection comprised of the Wang stuff girls continue to scoop up seasonally think trousers, jackets and a flat front shirt. ()</p><p>Apparently ladies take four times longer to get ready on Mondays than Fridays. Is it that we&#8217;re just slow mo&#8217; on Mondays or unwilling to by Friday?<br>()</p><p> follows Proenza Schouler in designing a line of drapery textiles for Knoll Luxe. Anyone thinking of going the Scarlett O&#8217;Hara route and fashioning a frock out of the curtains, don&#8217;t bother, they&#8217;re going for $315 per yard. ()</p><p> told British Elle, People always ask me if Im dating Robert [Pattinson]. Its beyond annoying. People say that if I just tell them everything theyll leave me alone.&#8221; What&#8217;s annoying is when fame makes people wealthy and then they whine about being famous. ()</p><p>Related: </p>?)<p>Gucci designed a limited edition bracelet to benefit Japan. It retails for $100 and is in stores now. ()</p><p>Prabal Gurung, Altuzarra, and Ohne Titel are all launching resort lines this coming season. So, those guys are about to get really, really tired. ()</p><p>It seems like Jenna Lyons is just trying to get Fox News all riled up. The J.Crew Creative Director talks about letting her son pick out sparkly shoes for her every morning. I&#8217;m loving this woman more every day. ()</p><p>Alexander Wang is diversifying into the home category, slowly. In particular, &#8220;special desk accessories and little home lifestyle pieces that I&#8217;m working on for the store as well . . . like our own custom notebooks and little table lighters and things like that. So that&#8217;s exciting,&#8221; the designer told . </p><p>DOUBLE SHOT: TWEET, TWEET</p><p>RT @ Decked Out: The BARNEYS NY VIPS Accessorize for Spring&#8230; These are way fun.</p><p>RT @ jessie spano on speed episode changed my life heh, it was totally caffeine pills and not speed. #overreactor</p><p>RT @ Dont you mean PS11? @ ? RT @: The one &#038; only @ PS2. We pray this isnt a dream Burn?</p><p>RT @ Hot sunny day in the Cotswolds. Leaving it all behind for Newcastle tomorrow. Going to see my mother who married a geordie lad. Way-aye. Is that in English?</p><p>RT @ Photo: Me and Lady Gaga at the end of the Bazaar shoot. Love.it. <p>RT @ Forever a queen of French fashion! Carine Roitfeld,having tea at the Wolseley, with Luigi Murenu and Iango Henzi: Gorg.</p>?)<p>I&#8217;m loving the whimsical look of Tim Walker&#8217;s 2011 campaign for Korean fashion brand O2ND </p><p>Kelly Osbourne only went to the Badgley Mischka show this season and told Elle why: I dont know how to say this without being a dick, but Im contracted to only go to this one. And I really wanted to because Im looking for a dress for the Oscars because Im doing the red-carpet thingy. Um, maybe they shouldn&#8217;t pay her. ()</p><p>Vogue&#8217;s first iPad feature has a ton of exclusive info on cover girl Lady Gaga, in case there&#8217;s anything you don&#8217;t know about her yet. ()</p><p>DOUBLE SHOT: TWEET, TWEET</p><p>RT @ Lara Stone returned to Calvin Klrin&#8217;s runway to close the show. I&#8217;ve missed that hot Dutchness on the catwalk! LOVE it.<p>RT @ I&#8217;m sourounded by some of the best photographers in the world @ </p><p>RT @ Nothing is so dangerous as being too modern; one is apt to grow old-fashioned quite suddenly. Uh oh.</p><p>RT @ Just got the best blow dry in NY @! Nice plug.</p><p>RT @ Dear Las Vegas, we&#8217;re through. All the best, Paul. PS-Ditch the Pepsi and get some diet coke. Thanks so much. Is anyone anywhere but Vegas and NYC?</p>?</p><p>Well, this is absolutely amazing. If we weren&#8217;t already excited enough about Alexander Wang&#8216;s Spring 2013 show today at New York Fashion Week, this piece of news really takes it to another level.</p><p>Liberty Ross, the stunning yet scorned wife of Kristen Stewart&#8216;s fling Rupert Sanders, is walking in the Wang show. As you can see in this backstage snap of her getting her hair and makeup done, she looks amazing.</p><p>We&#8217;re waiting eagerly to see what she struts down the runway in, and we&#8217;ll keep you updated.</p><p>UPDATE: , including Ross&#8217;s catwalk moment. Stunning.</p>?. She looks pretty good, considering my post-breakup attire consists of forest green kickline sweatpants from Kennedy High School that have been washed so many times they are practically transparent with a stained hanes t-shirt.</p>?that might have been the list of talent set to perform at this year&#8217;s Lollapalooza music festival out in Chicago. Now, it looks like the Chicago Sun-Times has managed to release the names of musicians that are officially booked for the three-day festival.</p><p>But, as soon as other blogs caught wind of the news break, which broke out onto the Interwebs at 8:25 PM CST this evening from the , it was soon quickly taken down. Just 12 minutes after mega music blog picked up on the Lollapalooza line-up announcement (who will also have their own music festival this summer as well), looks like someone over at the Sun-Times decided to erase that article.</p><p>Thankfully, other blogs such as managed to get down the names of all the acts playing this year before that happened (and even from a different Chicago newspaper), which we will now present to you below:</p><p>Main event: Red Hot Chili?Peppers,?The Black Keys,?Black Sabbath,?Jack White,?,?At the Drive-In,?Avicii,?The Shins,?Justice,?Passion Pit,?Sigur Ros,?The Weeknd,?M83,?Miike Snow,?The Afghan Whigs,?Bloc Party,?Franz Ferdinand,?Frank Ocean,?J. Cole,?Childish Gambino,?Delta Spirit,?Metric,?The Temper Trap,?Wale,?,?Dawes,?tUnEyArDs,?The Head &amp; the Heart,?The Big Pink,?Twin Shadow,?The Tallest Man on Earth,?Toro y Moi,?Dr. Dog,?Of Monsters and Men,?Gary Clark Jr.,?Alabama Shakes,?The Gaslight Anthem,?Amadou &amp; Mariam,?Band of Skulls,?SBTRKT,?Tame Impala,?The Walkmen,?JJ Grey &amp; Mofro,?fun.,?Neon Indian,?Dum Dum Girls,?Washed Out,?Aloe Blacc,?Trampled by Turtles,?Bear in Heaven,?Blind Pilot,?Chairlift,?The Black Angels,?Yellow Ostrich,?Givers,?Polica,?Bombay Bicycle Club,?Sharon Van Etten,?White Rabbits,?Doomtree,?Macklemore &amp; Ryan Lewis,?The Devil Makes Three,?Oberhofer,?The War on Drugs,?Michael Kiwanuka,?O Rappa,?Bowerbirds,?Orchard Lounge,?Mona,?The Growlers,?Hey Rosetta!,?JEFF the Brotherhood,?Anamanaguchi,?First Aid Kit,?Wax,?FIDLAR,?JC Brooks &amp; the Uptown Sound,?Milo Greene,?Los Jaivas,?Kopecky Family Band,?The Jezabels,?LP,?Yuna,?Walk Off the Earth,?Animal Kingdom,?Dev,?The Sheepdogs,?The Dunwells,?DJ Mel,?Empires,?Kevin Devine,?Dry the River,?Helena,?Haley Reinhart,?Imaginary Cities,?Overdoz,?Ambassadors,?DJ Zebo,?Chancellor Warhol,?Laura Warshauer and Red Oblivion.</p><p>Perry’s Stage: Bassnectar,?Kaskade,?Calvin Harris,?NERO,?,?Knife Party,?Zeds Dead,?Big Gigantic,?Skream &amp; Benga,?Little Dragon,?Porter Robinson,?Sub Focus,?Madeon,?Zedd,?Paper Diamond,?Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs,?Star Slinger,?Badastrom,?DJ Nihal,?SALVA &amp;?Kid Color.</p><p>There are still some Lollapalooza tickets available for sale, over at the event&#8217;s , but be sure to act fast!</p>?. Every year, Forbes reports on the world&#8217;s most wealthy residents, and while tends to be a barrage of tech nerds and ugly investment bankers, we can assure you this list is not.</p><p>For the past few years, Brazilian bombshell Gisele Bundchen has held court at the top spot, raking in well over $40 million thanks to a ton of endorsement deals and campaigns. Oh, and every once in awhile, she actually walks on a runway. This past year, she closed out shows for Alexander Wang and Givenchy.</p><p>While it&#8217;s no surprise that Gisele leads this glamorous pack, there are some shockers on this year&#8217;s list. Click through the gallery above to find out who made the cut &#8212; and more importantly, how much they made.</p>?has not only wooed downtown leanings of many a fashion-committed tastemaker, but recently, the 26-year old . Things seem to be only on the up and up for the young designer and taking a look at his accessories, it&#8217;s obvious why. He dresses up classic shapes, like his and cool girl ubiquitous , in typical Wang style: tough hardware and studding. The next in line? Meet Darcy. This slouchy hobo can fit all your daily fixins&#8217; and comes in pebbled leather so you won&#8217;t come off looking too precious. Retailers, knowing an Alex Wang craze when they see one, are offering the bags for pre-sale. Order now and Darcy will arrive on your doorstep before July 20. Alexander Wang &#8216;Darcy&#8217; slouchy hobo with silver or brass studs, $850 for pre-sale at and </p><p>Related: <br><br></p>?]</p><p>Someone vomited on The View! Miracles do happen. [Via ]</p><p>Kanye West showed his second collection in Paris?and Kim Kardashian was there. What more could you want? [Via ]</p><p>Sarah Burton?is still?under a confidentiality agreement and can&#8217;t talk about the creation of Kate Middleton&#8216;s wedding dress. [Via ]</p><p>One brave man is going where no one has gone before &#8212; he&#8217;s suing AMC theaters over the price of their snacks. [Via ]</p>?featuring those rapping zanies Die Antwoord, and now has just released their Spring/Summer 2012 campaign video via .</p><p>Keeping true to the collection&#8217;s 50s/60s motor city vibe, the fun fashion short takes place at one of the cleanest gas stations I have ever seen.</p><p>Hot rods, high fashion and hell-on-wheels heels? Yes, please!</p><p></p><p>(P.S. Did I hear a bit of in that video?)</p>?In the past week, has loudly split from Lady Gaga&#8216;s manager?Troy Carter (), deleted her Twitter account (which helped bring her to prominence in the first place) and denounced the &#8220;rap game,&#8221; claiming that she now wants to be considered a &#8220;vocalist.&#8221; This kind of behavior is something you&#8217;d expect from a more established artist like , not a 21-year-old who has yet to release a mixtape in completion.</p><p>That said, Banks has had quite a year: When Banks burst onto the scene nine months ago with the vulgar and outrageously catchy &#8220;212,&#8221; she captivated an audience in dire need of female rap representation. While Minaj had previously held the title of the hipster fashionista&#8217;s favorite hip-hop chanteuse, her pop music submergence has started to turn off her original supporters. While Banks may seem poised to take over her position, she still?still has to earn her stripes, even if the fashion industry has convinced her otherwise (Alexander Wang?invited her as his date to the?, and Prada commissioned her to perform at their after party).</p><p>As StyleCaster&#8217;s??editor?Susie G puts it, &#8220;Azealia Banks&#8217; rise to fame and Internet stardom is a product of the YouTube Generation we live in. Her lyrics and beats are easy to comprehend, along with her &#8216;this is who I am, deal with it, bitch&#8217; attitude.&#8221;</p><p>Susie was also quick to note the fact that even prior to the release of her EP 1991, she was performing a set at Coachella. It&#8217;s hard not to compare Banks to another artist who recently blew up thanks to viral videos, the approval of fashion folk, and high-profile appearances: . Del Rey&#8217;s now would have stunted anyone&#8217;s career ten years ago, but it just made people hungrier for more.</p><p>I rejected Banks at first. Candidly, I found her cavalier attitude and age off-putting, but I quickly retracted my negative feelings after hearing some of her songs (they&#8217;re great). However, now I feel like I&#8217;m back where I started. While her recent media stunts may make her fan base even stronger, they actually just come off as spoiled and ungrateful. A four song EP and a Karl Lagerfeld endorsement may get you plenty of gifted tweed to pair with your high-top sneakers, but it does not a career make.</p><p>What Azealia has proven thus far is that anyone with a pretty face, foul mouth and lively Internet personality can get famous. What she needs to prove is that they can stay famous for the right reasons.</p>?is not shy about proclaiming his love of all things 90s, minimalism, Helmut Lang and Calvin Klein. Always the original though, Wang takes those influences, makes them his and in turn makes all the kids who love him want a taste of the Generation X decade.</p><p>Wang&#8217;s Fabianas are silver and sleek and make your legs look amazing and have that simplicity that we would have expected of Gwyneth in the Brad years [I mean, remember the Gwen/Brad years?]. The trick is, though, that they have this incredible, architectural covered heel that takes them instantly from everyday minimal moment to nearly art. I&#8217;m also really into that unabashed metallic right now, too which means these 4.5 inch heels are, basically, everything.</p><p></p><p>Alexander Wang Fabiana Heels, $495, at </p>?<p>CONFIRM YOUR SUBSCRIPTION</p><p>Incoming… In a sec, you’re going to receive an email from StyleCaster asking you to click on a link to confirm your subscription to the StyleCaster newsletter.</p>?shot the gorgeous portraits in black and white, and the designers featured prove that they could easily double as models. (I mean, check out the guns on Marc and Prabal!)</p><p>Click through to check out the nominees for the CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year AwardAlexander Wang, Jack and Lazaro of and Marc Jacobsand those up for the Swarovski Award for WomenswearPrabal Gurung, Joseph Altuzarra and the Olsen twins. And, of course, there&#8217;s a Lady Gaga portrait thrown in for good measure. </p><p>All photos by Inez &#038; Vinoodh</p>?</p><p>Hometown: Santa Barbara, California</p><p>New York City Neighborhood: Chelsea</p><p>Most Incredible Model Moment: Working with [photographer] for Italian Vogue</p><p>Favorite Designer Icon: </p><p>Favorite Photographer You&#8217;ve Worked With: </p><p>Describe Your Uniform: It&#8217;s a very minimalist look. Cut off jean shorts, tank top and Converse high tops.</p>?. To the non-fashionite they may seem a little off the wall, but that just makes us love them even more.</p><p>One trend that recently caught our eye? Athletic sportswear. No, you don&#8217;t need to be a jock to sport this look (we&#8217;re certainly not). ’s spring 2012 collection delivered the trend in full force while followed suit with mesh shirts, rash guards and sport bras. Still wary of the trend? Take baby steps and throw a denim vest over your gym get-up.</p><p>For those of us who weren&#8217;t all-the-way varsity back in the day, incorporating this trend may appear a bit daunting. Don&#8217;t be intimidated! No, we&#8217;re not suggesting you wear your yoga pants to the office, but with the proper touches, you&#8217;ll be looking like you sprinted off the treadmill and onto a catwalk, for sure.</p><p>We decided to create a compilation of athletic wear at an affordable price. Check out our suggestions in the slideshow above and tell us your thoughts on the trend in the comments section below!</p>?</p><p>THE ADVICE: Only buy items that you really need in your wardrobe. Try not to get tempted by something if you truly do not need it. Trust me, you&#8217;ll never wear it.</p><p>BEST BUY: The best deal I ever got was a pair of Helmut Lang tuxedo shoes I had for ten years. A tuxedo shoe is something you really need and use all the time and I got it for sample sale price!<p><br>Sarah Rosen<br>Publicist, </p><p>THE ADVICE: Know the brand and always arrive early! It will help you focus and strategize in the midst of any overwhelming sample sale. If you know the product, you can determine the season(s) that will likely be at the sale. That way, you can steer clear of other distractions and get in and out quicker.</p><p><br>Elana Fishman<br>Fashion News Editor, </p><p>THE ADVICE: If a sale is continuing on for several days and you love the merchandise, make several visits! Prices may be slashed towards the end &#8212; plus you might end up spotting pieces that you missed the first time around.<br></p><p>BEST BUY: My favorite sample sale score was a beautiful flared Gryphon trench I &#8220;visited&#8221; a whopping three times before finally caving. I wound up getting it for almost $100 less than it was originally priced at the sale &#8212; and for about $600 less than it retailed! And with the staggering number of times I&#8217;ve worn it, that coat&#8217;s paid for itself.<br></p><p><br>Nicole Lam<br>Assistant Stylist, </p><p>THE ADVICE: Wear a neutral tank top and bike shorts or leggings under your clothes so you can try things on in front of people.</p><p>BEST BUY: One of the best deals I&#8217;ve scored was an Alexander Wang army vest, which I got for $40 at their sample sale about a year ago.</p><p><br>Sarah Schussheim<br>Assistant Fashion Editor, </p><p>THE ADVICE: Discuss what your goals are with a sample sale buddy before you go! Always go with a friend. Then, divide and conquer: one person hit RTW and the other accessories. Also, always pull more than you expect to purchase &#8212; if you don&#8217;t like something, you can always put it back.<br></p><p><br>Sara Lieberman<br>Newspaper Editor and Co-Founder, </p><p>THE ADVICE:<br>1. If you can, go during off hours. Try 11am (if the sale started at 9) or 5 (if it closes at 7). You avoid the risk of getting smacked in the face with a sample Botkier bag or fighting for the mirror in your skivvies!<br>2. Dress appropriately. The idea is to get in, score, and get out. Don&#8217;t wear a button down shirt or tights &#8212; you&#8217;ll be left stuffing buttons in holes while the girl next to you swipes up that last leather DVF mini skirt!<br>2. Finally, check Sample Sale Stakeout before you go! We hit early to provide shoppers with enough info to help them determine if it&#8217;s worth their time. Do you have to check your bag? Can you try on? Cash only? Bigger sizes? Deep enough discounts? Know before you go by checking with us!<br></p><p>BEST BUY: Best deal is a toughie &#8212; the majority of my closet is sample sale finds. Off the top of my head, I have to go with a pair of fringe leather Botkier booties that were $40! There was one pair left in my size and the original price was upwards of $400. I wore them to death and get compliments all the time.<p><br>Andrew Mukamal<br> <br></p><p>THE ADVICE: If you didn&#8217;t want it when it was full price, don&#8217;t take it home! Sample sales can get stressful, try and edit your buys to things you really love in order to avoid filling your closet with random cheap finds.</p><p><br>Dana Cirincione<br>Digital Media Manager, <br></p><p>THE ADVICE: My top sample sale shopping tip is to have patience and to be aggressive. The lines for top sample sales are usually long but once you get inside, beeline for what you want. Sample sales offer a limited number of pieces in a few sizes so chances are someone else is eyeing the same pieces you are. If you don&#8217;t get to it first, someone else will. <br></p><p>BEST BUY: The best deal I ever scored was back in 2008 at the Marc Jacobs sample sale. I bought this amazing turquoise jewel-toned handbag with chained straps at like 60% off. I still have it in my closet it and wear it when I need to add a pop of color to any outfit.</p><p><br>Ruthie Friedlander<br>Public Relations, </p><p>THE ADVICE Always wear leggings. Always wear a white tank top. And always come ready to undress in front of girls you wish you looked like.</p><p><br>Joane Amay<br>Senior Fashion Credits Editor,<p>THE ADVICE <br>1. Go early if you can. Try to be one of the first few shoppers. This is when you can snag gorgeous one of a kind samples or treasures in the bargain bins. <br>2. Go the last day if you can. Most designers reduce prices by up to half on the last day. You might not have wanted to spend $100 for that pleated skirt but for $50 that same skirt is coming home with you. <br>3. After you&#8217;ve done your first round through the racks, go through them a second time if you can. You might see something that you&#8217;ve missed. <br>4. Join the Facebook and Twitter pages of the brands that you like. They usually alert their followers of any upcoming sales.</p><p>BEST BUY: A few years back, I attended a Hayden Harnett sample sale and was the third person there. They had $1 bargain bins and I headed straight for them. I was able to snag 30 samples (including leather coats) at $1 each. Can you imagine that&#8230;30 items for $30!!! Unbelievable!</p>?<p>CONFIRM YOUR SUBSCRIPTION</p><p>Incoming… In a sec, you’re going to receive an email from StyleCaster asking you to click on a link to confirm your subscription to the StyleCaster newsletter.</p>?pointed out look like they could be bullets) hint at the &ldquo;Mad Max&rdquo; inspiration Wang mentioned .</p><p>Mary-Kate has a history of having covetable bags first. She was also given the PS1 by Proenza Schouler before it hit stores. reports (via facebook) that it looks like Julia Restoin-Roitfeld was given one too. Now we&rsquo;re wondering who else was so lucky.</p>?, a collab debut or as was demonstrated in early August: an Alexander Wang sample sale. If you live in New York and have eyes and ears, then you were undoubtedly made privy to this sale. If you have absolutely no sense like us, you probably waited in line for two hours on Mercer street wishing and hoping your high school basketball skills would somehow resurface just in time for you to box out that super skinny chick standing by the sample sale shoe rack. </p><p>If you faked a doctor&#8217;s appointment at work to get in on the sale but still missed out on the goods, we&#8217;re here to tell you to breathe easy, sister. This tank dress from T by Alex Wang is just as covetable as any of the merch and it&#8217;s barely over $100. However, we just might beat you to the online checkout if you don&#8217;t act fast. Hey, we just wanted to give you a fair warning. </p><p>T by Alexander Wang heather classic long tank dress, $108, at </p>?</p><p>To celebrate 10 years of being one of the coolest boutiques in New York City (and in the world for that matter), Opening Ceremony will be releasing what looks to be a good textbook-size publication on all things OC from publishing house Rizzoli, that has also given us must-have reads on Alber Elbaz and Lanvin, , Christian Louboutin, Rick Owens, Carine Roitfeld and many more pieces of high-fashion-minded literature. According to their website, the Opening Ceremony book will include &#8220;&#8230;original photography by Terry Richardson, &#8216;zine inserts by and Spike Jonze, and memories and artwork by Ryan McGinley, , Sally Singer, M.I.A., Terence Koh, Marcel Dzama, Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Jason Schwartzman [swoon], and so many more&#8230;&#8221;</p><p>For anyone who is a die-hard Opening Ceremony fan, even if you can&#8217;t afford anything in one of their shops, this book sounds like the perfect accessory to complete any school nerd ensemble in addition to being a must-read. If you head over to , you can pre-order the book now for its release on September 4th of this year.</p><p>And at $65 a pop, you can definitely put a few pennies aside to save up for a copy. Think of it this way?it will definitely make one hell of a stylish addition to your book shelf, or if you&#8217;re the kind of person that likes to put long reads next to the toilet, then the bathroom would be a safe bet too (though the thought of doing that makes us kind of cringe).</p><p>[via ]</p>?, , and . Price points range from $75 &#8211; $600. Be sure to check out their site .</p><p>StyleCaster: What brought you two together to start Love, Zooey?</p><p>Alice Heller: I started my career in Levi Strauss&#8217; marketing department and then went on to become the head of the jeans and t-shirt division at Esprit. Working closely with Doug Tompkins, founder of Esprit, I was able to have a better understanding on what it meant to build a name, brand, and identity. I then launched my immediately successful t-shirt company, Zooey, in 2003. Grace worked closely with me as a designer at Zooey and then we came together again to create the next best thing: Love, Zooey.</p><p>Who is the woman who wears Love, Zooey?</p><p>The woman who wears Love, Zooey is a downtown girl with chic sophistication and a bit of an edge. She is the girl who isn&#8217;t afraid to mix what she wearing with other brands.</p><p>What&#8217;s the inspiration behind the Spring 2012 collection?</p><p>The inspiration behind the Spring collection was mainly pop colors and special treatments to contrast fabrics. We also incorporated stripes. We wanted to add more than one element, [and not just use] one plain fabric. We felt like this spring is a time for color and it definitely is shown in this collection in a comfortable way.</p><p>How do you like your line to be represented and known to customers?</p><p>We want our consumers to be able to mix our pieces with what they already own in their closet. Our pieces are then more of a staple. Our pieces give our consumers the option to mix and match the pieces to get the classic or more of a downtown edgy look. It&#8217;s the best of both worlds to have the balance of both in your closet.</p><p>Who are some designers who have been influential? </p><p> has been a huge influence for us mainly because she has such a fabulous casual look. Her collections have such style and attitude that is very appealing. Another designer that has been hugely influential is . He uses such simplistic elements that are so chic and for the everyday woman.</p>?</p><p>If writing is your thing and you want to be part of something revolutionary, drop us a line!</p><p>StyleCaster is looking for ambitious, talented and creative Junior Team Members to assist the Editorial Content and Fashion teams for the Summer 2012 season.</p><p>All editorial applicants must possess strong editing and proofreading skills, and basic knowledge of Photoshop is a plus.</p><p>You should be up to date on breaking fashion industry news, and be as familiar with prominent bloggers as you are with international editors.</p><p>We want you to think outside of the box and pitch story ideas to the editors, and you should be able to hit the ground running, producing content your first day on the job. Needless to say, you should be familiar with the voice and the content of StyleCaster if you apply.</p><p>You just might be the right guy or gal for the job if you can:</p><p>If this sounds like your dream job, contact us ASAP! E-mail your resume and a couple of writing samples to intern @ stylecaster.com with “Editorial JTM,” “Fashion JTM” or “Beauty JTM” as the subject line.</p>?&#8216;s Fall 2011 show are going to be some of the season&#8217;s most sought after pieces come September, but let&#8217;s be honest: they&#8217;ll certainly cost a pretty penny. Luckily, the designer&#8217;s latest collection for T perfectly mirrors the feel of his main line&#8217;s offering for fallfrom the outerwear to the silky slip dresses to the shiny, textured accents. The , sweatshirt ponchos and chunky knits look like they could&#8217;ve come straight off of the runway, and at a price point that&#8217;s accessible to almost all of his fans, I&#8217;m willing to bet that they&#8217;ll be the first items to fly off of the racks at Wang&#8217;s new Grand Street store. Click through for our favorite looks from the collection. </p>?because you get some of that signature downtown louche cool without having it fall under &#8220;investment purchase.&#8221; Pre-Falls standouts include navy maxi skirts, nude body conscious dresses, cropped sweaters and sheer button downs. </p><p>They&#8217;re not total game changers, they&#8217;re wearable, easy, make-you-look-awesome-without-trying-too-hard pieces. A step above staples, a collared dress looks work-ready but is sheer enough to take you for cocktails after and you&#8217;ll wear the cardis on the daily. I can skip some of those striped dresses, but, you know, that&#8217;s just me.</p><p>What are your faves?</p>?is that it&#8217;s not trying to be a cheaper version of the main line it&#8217;s just easy, slouchy street wear for the girl who likes to still look cool but feel like she never left her t-shirt sheets.</p><p>I&#8217;m digging the lighter palette, , ankle length skirts and ruched minis for . Will you be investing in some T?</p><p>All Photos: </p>?, the bohemian, denim and t-shirt centric partner brand to Elizabeth and James is debuting its first round of print ads, and they kind of make you want to go into the desert with nothing but a tee, a good pair of jeans and a day to waste.<p>Inspired by a 1969 trip to that place U2 made famous, Joshua Tree, the collection is as light, cotton, airy and modern-hippie-in-the-wilderness-but-still-looking-fine worthy as you&#8217;d expect.</p><p>It&#8217;s kind of for the girl who likes to let her indie spirit come through without sacrificing letting her butt look good in jeans. Mary-Kate Olsen headed up the concept, and I think it shows in the ads slated to run in August and September mags.</p><p>Also, keep an eye out for next season&#8217;s Elizabeth and James shoes, headed up by the former head of footwear design at Alexander Wang. All exciting things in the land where fashion meets Olsen.</p><p></p>?</p><p>While we were catching up on our weekly dose of drama courtesy of the other disputes were being settled quietly out of court. , ex-employees filed a $450 million lawsuit earlier this year against the downtown fashion set&#8217;s darling, Alexander Wang, alleging they suffered from sweatshop-like conditions in his Chinatown factory (so much for producing locally, yeesh).</p><p>According to , the suit has been dropped “following an undisclosed settlement between both sides.” Though the amount of the settlement and other terms of the agreement weren’t revealed (we would have asked to be paid in shoes), both sides did agree that they would not file an appeal after the case was dismissed, ?so it&#8217;s safe to assume that the issue has been very much settled.</p><p>A spokesperson for Alexander Wang :?&#8220;We are gratified that this matter has been dismissed, as the allegations were unfounded and completely false.&#8221;</p><p>In any case, hopefully this will help clear some time for Wang to focus on his upcoming show during New York Fashion Week ? we’re counting down the days!</p><p>Photo courtesy of ImaxTree</p>?which was?quite?the comeback move for the scorned wife and successful model.</p><p>The kicker, however, was a very playful finale in which a group of models in paneled white dresses appeared on the runway and all the lights went dark, revealing the dresses could, in fact, glow in the dark. A bit cheesy, perhaps, but New York Fashion Week often needs a dose of good old fashioned showmanship.</p>?We&#8217;re always waiting with baited breath to see what the theme of the next exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art&#8217;s Costume Institute will be (especially after the explosive success of the McQueen show). Today, that next May, &#8220;Punk: Chaos to Couture&#8221; will be turning the fashion world upside down.</p><p>According to the article, the exhibit will &#8220;highlight the origins of the punk movement and draw direct connections to haute couture and ready-to-wear creations.&#8221; So basically, get ready to see a plethora of designs with skulls, ripped fabric and military-inspired jackets. Some designers that will be showcased include?Haider Ackermann, Miguel Adrover, Azzedine Alaia, Boudicca, Ann Demeulemeester, Dolce &amp; Gabbana, Andrew Groves, Marc Jacobs, Rei Kawakubo, Alexander McQueen, Rodarte, and Alexander Wang. John Galliano isn&#8217;t on the list &#8212; but we&#8217;d be a tad shocked if some of his collections are not featured.</p><p>The co-chairs of the exhibit are?Rooney Mara, Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci, Lauren Santo Domingo and Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. This seems like a strange group, but it&#8217;s no surprise to us that LSD is the socialite who was totally down to slap her regal name on a punk exhibit. What&#8217;s more, we&#8217;re betting the success of &#8220;The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo&#8221; among the fashion set likely had a bit to do with this.</p><p>We&#8217;re definitely excited to see what they come up with, but is anyone else worried that this exhibit may be a little tired?</p>?Despite their reputation as &#8220;bad girl&#8221; attire, leather pants are quickly becoming one of our closet staples and might even go so far as to replace some of our pairs of jeans as a go-to trouser for fall. Much like denim, leather manages to seem either casual or glamorous &#8212; depending on the occasion and styling &#8212; and the more you wear them, the better leather pants get.</p><p>Now, it may still be sweltering outside, but we&#8217;re already thinking about the layering we&#8217;ll be doing in about a month&#8217;s time, as well as our key purchases for the fall season. As luck would have it, we spotted?these black tapered leather pants by Alexander Wang, now 70% off at . (70% off!) As an added bonus, these bad boys have an elasticized waist band, so you don&#8217;t even have to give up eating to wear them. We especially love the more relaxed, trouser-inspired silhouette, complete with a pleated panel at the waist.</p><p>Get in and grab these quick because our best guess is they won&#8217;t be available for too much longer!</p><p>Alexander Wang tapered leather pants, $375, at </p>?, messy hair and minimal makeup &#8212; that&#8217;s pretty much me in a nutshell.</p><p>So, it should come to no surprise that I am utterly in love with the new line of New Era baseball caps designed by Kenzo. Major kudos have to go (yet again) to the Parisian label&#8217;s creative directors, Opening Ceremony&#8216;s own Humberto Leon and Carol Kim for further expanding the label&#8217;s Spring/Summer 2012 motif of a sophisticated, sporty travelette.</p><p>But what&#8217;s great about these baseball caps is the fact that they&#8217;re perfect to rock for two of spring&#8217;s biggest trends: and sports couture.</p><p>I&#8217;m sure you remember that baseball hats were literally all the rage the first half of the 90s, especially if you wore that snapback hat backwards or to the side if you were feeling a like a rebel that day. And let&#8217;s face it &#8212; the 90s are back in a whole slew of varieties whether you , re-discover your or just straight up .</p><p>As for the other big trend of the season, tons of sporty and athleticwear influences were spotted on the Spring 2012 shows from designers like Alexander Wang and Rag &amp; Bone. But instead of shelving out some mad dollars for runway designs, it&#8217;s great to see a designer brand teaming up with another, more affordable fashion label that won&#8217;t break your bank account.</p><p>And at 40 Euros a pop (that&#8217;s about $50.65 each), you shouldn&#8217;t feel too guilty about adding this designer swag to your collection. While the caps are available now through , they only ship within the European Union. But definitely keep an eye out this week for the hats to hit select partnering boutiques like Opening Ceremony (surprise, surprise) and Barneys New York.</p>?. As we&#8217;ve come to expect from the divine Miss Banks, the video features her quintessential trash-talking and vamping &#8212; all while wearing some seriously glamorous clothing.</p><p>She continues to up her fashion cred with references to brands like Dolce &amp; Gabbana and Celine. Additionally, superstar stylist and Lady Gaga&#8216;s BFF?Nicola Formichetti?() is responsible for her awesome outfits.</p><p>Despite initial skepticism on some of our parts regarding Azealia and her cavalier attitude, she has continued to prove herself as a credible voice in the crowded music scene. Watch the video above and let us know what you think of her latest work.</p>?has seriously come a long way from playing the little girl in I Am Sam. The established fashionista is now grown up and a student at New York University.</p><p>As an alumnus of the school and a huge Fanning fan, I&#8217;m sad we didn&#8217;t cross paths. (Side note: I lived a few doors down from the talk of last year&#8217;s Sundance Film Fest and the little sister of the most famous twins in the world, .)</p><p>Going to college with celebrities is an interesting experience, and poses a lot of questions. For example, who knows what they&#8217;ll wear to class? Will they always look red carpet ready? Luckily, Dakota came clean and told about what she wore on the first day of NYU.</p><p>The actress opted for a pleated skirt, velvet Marni shoes, black knee socks, and an asymmetrical Alexander Wang sweater. I&#8217;m impressed that she didn&#8217;t show up in head-to-toe Rodarte knitwear and a Neil Lane necklace. This is modest and refined for some NYU girls. I had a nasty looking girl in one of my classes who rocked a beat-up Birkinand Louboutins like it was her damn job. Like, we get it, hon. You&#8217;re rich.</p><p>Anyway, click through the gallery for how you can get the look!</p>?, it&#8217;s definitely something worth investigating. Basically, Anna Wintour snagged some of fashion&#8217;s elite and is spearheading a fund raiser for Barack Obama&#8216;s reelection campaign.</p><p>Instead of holding some boring black tie benefit, she had some amazing designers create t-shirts that are . Some of the designers include the boys of Proenza Schouler, Tory Burch, Diane Von Furstenberg, Alexander Wang, and a slew of other A-listers.</p><p>Perhaps my favorite part of the list isBeyonc and her mother, Tina Knowles, who have both flexed their fashion muscles as the creators ofHouse of Deron. Maybe they&#8217;re not exactly on the same level as the dudes who brought the PS1 to prominence, but they are certainly something!</p><p>Check out more , and good luck browsing the t-shirts without buying a few of your own. Seriously, politics and fashion rarely looks this fabulous.</p>?has chosen to be the face for the latest T by Alexander Wang campaign comes from South Africa, and goes by the name of Die Antwoord.</p><p>Die Antwoord have had a buzz around them in the musical world for a while now, and have become known for their eccentric aesthetic and musical stylings, which comes out in full force in the new video for the .</p><p>In the video which you can check out down below, Die Antwoord from their one of their new tracks &#8220;Fatty Boom Boom&#8221;, while rocking the new season&#8217;s duds. Unfortunately, I can only seem to understand about half of the words they&#8217;re saying.</p><p>Take a look down below, and hopefully you&#8217;ll be able to fill me in on the rest.</p><p></p>?recently sat down with downtown fashion impresario Alexander Wang for a little update on the king of the cool kid&#8217;s meteoric rise and where he&#8217;s looking to take his burgeoning fashion empire hint: think of someone named Ralph Lauren.</p><p>Despite mentions of his best friends, the Traina sisters, and quotes from Zoe Kravitz who calls Wang, one of the &#8220;kindest, most down-to-earth people,&#8221; Wang is not so into having an untouchable, too-cool-for-the-regular-people image. Apparently, a friend of the designer&#8217;s,&#8221;referenced his It status in a recent blog post,&#8221; according to the mag, and made Wang none too please. &#8220;I texted him right away and I was like, Please do not ever refer to me as anything It, whether it&#8217;s It boy, It designer, It person,&#8221; the designer explains.</p><p>What&#8217;s that lesson about making your bed and having to lying in it? I mean, you can&#8217;t really fight &#8220;it.&#8221;</p><p>Photo: Old School shot from </p>?&#8211; You can receive up to 60% off designer duds like Donna Karan, Vera Wang, Doo.Ri and more. You&#8217;ll also be able to score some pretty cool style.com collaborations like the Proenza Schouler tee or the Alexander Wang sunglasses.<p>We&#8217;ve got something for any shopper. Whether you&#8217;re looking for an excuse to get out of the house or stay bundled up in bed you now know where to shop. Got a sale you know about? Drop us a line in the comments section below and we&#8217;ll add it. Keep checking back because our list will keep growing!</p>?revealed his largest to date. He presented a spread of the very things that made him famous: Perfectly draped and dresses, distressed denim and leather and a whole lot of black (a far cry from his Spring showing). </p><p>Although the brand has only been around for a few years, the collection was as close to &#8220;classic Wang&#8221; as it could get, and it&#8217;ll surely be a huge seller. &#8220;Im giving the buyers the bread and butter, the designer told , and the dessert later. By dessert, he means the increasingly directional runway shows, that let&#8217;s be honest are a much tougher sell. </p><p>Judging by the sheer amount of merchandise available at his and on the at department stores, his Fall 2010 line must not have performed as well as past seasons. As much as I&#8217;d love to be able to wear a cropped blazer, I don&#8217;t have the tall, thin frame the collection was designed for. The beautiful, Belgian-inspired deconstructed silhouettes he showed for Spring 2011 were also met with mixed reviews, and don&#8217;t seem nearly as wearable as Wang&#8217;s past collections. </p><p>Personally, I think it&#8217;s great that Wang has reached a level of success that allows him to experiment his company has turned from a family run operation to a booming design empire in only half a decade. But you can&#8217;t keep a business afloat on studded handbags alone. Do you think the designer should continue to push the envelope even if the profit margins aren&#8217;t quite the same? </p><p></p>?came knocking on your door asking for a little dough? We&#8217;d shell out some change, that&#8217;s for sure. Apparently, so would a lot of other well-known designers. With President Obama&#8217;s re-election campaign beginning, Wintour approached several fashion heavy hitters to participate in her new initiative, Runway to Win.</p><p>No, this is not another fashion contest/reality show/stressball. Designers such as , , and Jason Wu will design one-of-a-kind products for the website, runwaytowin.com, with proceeds going straight to the Obama Victory Fund.</p><p>What seems to be the most controversial is not the fact that Anna is so transparent about her support (as she was with the previous election) but the question of how much pressure she placed on each of these designers to participate. I mean, who can really say no to Anna?</p>?), an enviable wardrobe of effortlessly cool vintage and designer pieces, the style icon Lisa Bonet as a mom and a burgeoning career as an actress and musician. Yeah, she&#8217;s in a band, too!</p><p>To celebrate her role in the upcoming , Zoe is ASOS magazine&#8217;s cover girl for July 2011, and aside from sporting some sick ensembles from the retailer, she reveals a little about what her life has been like growing up in the spotlight. On her inevitable label as an &#8220;It&#8221; girl, she told the magazine:<br>All that it girl shit makes me kind of uncomfortable. Im only at the beginning of my career, but I feel successful in that I havent sold out in any way, shape or form. I feel good about the choices Ive made, and I dont feel like Ive let go of any of my values. Fame has become this obsession for people, which kind of creeps me out.</p><p>She also (not surprisingly) shares clothes with both her mom and dad, and claims that her pops has stolen t-shirts from her on a number of occasions. Kravitz says that she&#8217;s always been very close with her parents, but she does admit: I used to be a little embarrassed by how [my mom] and my dad would dress but now I steal their clothes all the time.</p><p>Click through to check out Zoe&#8217;s shoot for ASOS, and watch some behind-the-scenes footage below! </p><p><p><p><p><p></p>?11 Fashionable Predictions For The Year Ahead <p>by 11:10 am, January 1st, 2011</p> <p><br>Happy Hangovers! Since we&#8217;ve spent the last few weeks , we thought we&#8217;d take a little time this fine morning to look forward. Herewith, eleven fashionable, if not entirely serious predictions we have for the year to come. </p><p>***</p><p> will take over &#8216;s role at Vogue. (Sorry, we couldn&#8217;t resist.) In all seriousness, this isn&#8217;t going to happen. Instead, she will probably move on to consulting &#8212; what we&#8217;d give to see Balenciaga .</p><p>After much internal debate, Gap will redesign their logo . It will look exactly like J.Crew&#8217;s.</p><p>The CFDA will slowly but inexorably move towards the annual fashion calendar. Though they won&#8217;t do the sensible thing and show clothes in (or at least close to) season, they will make a valiant (and consumer-focused) effort to make collections available as soon as possible. Lauren Santo Domingo will and Burberry and Tom Ford will fight over who did it first.</p><p>Anna Dello Russo will buy the Rosetta Stone and become fluent in English. We will miss her .</p><p>In direct competition to Natalie Portman&#8217;s, Ben Millepied will become &#8216;s new muse. will move on to co-star with Cher in the straight-to-tv sequel of Burlesque.</p><p>The Federal Trade Commission with ban the use Photoshop in advertising. Magazines will follow suit. And bloggers around the world will continue to dream.</p><p>Willow Smith will wear a dress made of veal. ?</p><p>Kanye West will denounce fashion (it really did ) and wear only burlap sacks.</p><p>Land&#8217;s End and LL Bean will stage a very public battle over licensing rights to the first ever Martha by Martha Stewart collection of gardening clothes.</p><p> will about during Fall Fashion Week, declare him the best possibly successor for at Chanel.</p><p>People will continue to ignore the fact that leggings aren&#8217;t pants.</p><p>Leave your predictions in the comments!</p> <p></p>?A Comprehensive Guide To Met Gala Dates And Who Is Wearing What <p>by 7:10 pm, May 6th, 2012</p> <p><br>And the countdown begins! Tomorrow at 6:30PM (that&#8217;s less than 24 hours from now!) we will all be collectively glued to our , taking in the red carpet in outfits decidedly more comfortable (and, alas, decidedly less fabulous) than the ones we will be seeing on screen. What to expect? Well here are the dates, dresses, and tables we know of so far:</p><p>&#8226; Alexander Wang ?Azaelia Banks</p><p>&#8226; Anthony Vaccarello Anja Rubik (wearing jewelry by?Eddie Borgo)</p><p>&#8226; Balenciaga&#8216;s Nicolas Ghesquiere Kristen Stewart</p><p>&#8226; Balmain&#8216;s Olivier Rousteing Joan Smalls</p><p>&#8226; Calvin Klein&#8216;s Francisco Costa and blogger Hanneli Mustaparta</p><p>&#8226; Cameron Diaz is wearing Stella McCartney</p><p>&#8226; Chris Benz and entrepreneur Julie Macklowe</p><p>&#8226; Chanel Gaspard Ulliel</p><p>&#8226; Coco Rocha in vintage Givenchy previously owned by Elizabeth Taylor and will walk the red carpet with her husband, interior designer?James Conran</p><p>&#8226; Dakota Fanning is wearing Louis Vuitton</p><p>&#8226; Dolce &#038; Gabbana Scarlett Johansson</p><p>&#8226; Donna Karan Nina Dobrev and Ashley Greene</p><p>&#8226; Emma Roberts is wearing Escada</p><p>&#8226; Erdem Moralioglu Arizona Muse</p><p>&#8226; Gisele Bundchen is wearing either Balmain or Versace</p><p>&#8226; Gwyneth Paltrow Prada</p><p>&#8226; Haider Ackermann Constance Jablonski</p><p>&#8226; Heidi Klum in a Escada gown.</p><p>&#8226; J Crew&#8217;s Jenna Lyons Tom Munro</p><p>&#8226; Jason Wu Karlie Kloss</p><p>&#8226; Jessica Stam Dior</p><p>&#8226; Joseph Altuzarra Lana Del Rey</p><p>&#8226; Lauren Santo Domingo Oscar de la Renta</p><p>&#8226; Leighton Meester Marchesa</p><p>&#8226; Mary Katrantzou actress Elizabeth Banks</p><p>&#8226; Michael Kors Liu Wen and Kate Upton and actresses Hilary Swank and Jessica Alba</p><p>&#8226; Olivier Theyskens and model Caroline Trentini</p><p>&#8226; Proenza Schouler&#8216;s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez Isabel Lucas</p><p>&#8226; Rachel Zoe/Rodger Berman Karolina Kurkova</p><p>&#8226; Rag &#038; Bone&#8216;s David Neville and Marcus Wainwright are bringing and dressing Candice Swanepoel and Carmelo Anthony</p><p>&#8226; Roland Mouret Doutzen Kroes</p><p>&#8226; Thakoon Panichgul Christina Ricci</p><p>&#8226; Tom Ford Chanel Iman (he will also be dressing both Tom Brady and Justin Timberlake)</p><p>&#8226; Tommy Hilfiger Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard</p><p>&#8226; Tory Burch models Liya Kebede, Brooklyn Decker, and actress Rashida Jones</p><p>&#8226; Valentino&#8216;s Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli will bring actress Lily Collins, Princess Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis, actress/writer Brit Marling, and designer Charlotte Olympia Dellal</p><p>&#8226; Zac Posen Amber Heard</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Agyness Does Not Look Happy About This Haircut <p>by 12:58 pm, September 21st, 2010</p> <p> probably has the most exciting hair of any model working today. It&#8217;s been short, it&#8217;s been long(er), it&#8217;s been a few different shades of blonde and brunette. This summer, when she chopped off for Coachella, we thought for sure it wouldn&#8217;t get shorter. We were wrong.</p><p>Grazia that before Deyn walked in yesterday&#8217;s Giles show for London Fashion Week, she got her already lean locks shorn into a military-grade high-and-tight. Good models do what they can to accommodate a designer, and Agyness is nothing if she&#8217;s not good. But is it just us, or does she look not at all happy about the new &#8216;do?</p><p>Deyn only walked in one show during New York Fashion Week, as a favor to designer for killing a cockroach for her.</p><p>For comparison, check out how happy she is just two days before, sitting in the front row at the House of Holland show with Lily Allen.</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>[Via ]</p> <p> </p>?Today Is The One Year Anniversary Of McQueen&#8217;s Death <p>by 12:57 pm, February 11th, 2011</p> <p>Today marks the one year anniversary of &#8216;s death. In memoriam, we&#8217;ve compiled a year&#8217;s worth of posts about the brilliant designer, his iconic brand and his enduring legacy.<br><br><br>? </p><p>? </p><p>? </p><p>? </p><p>? </p><p>? </p><p>? </p><p>? </p><p>? </p><p>? </p><p>? </p><p>&#8226; <br></p><p></p> <p> </p>?WATCH: The Many References In Alexander Wang&#8217;s Fall Ad Campaign <p>by 4:14 pm, July 17th, 2011</p> <p></p><p></p><p> has a thing for vaguely non-traditional advertising ? remember those ? ? which is why his latest effort doesn&#8217;t come as much of a surprise. To promote his fall collection, the designer projected a Fabien Baron-lensed video (starring a Wang-wearing in an abandoned warehouse) all over New York City.</p><p>This video reminds us of many things! Let&#8217;s discuss.?First things first, here is the Wang video:</p><p><p><p><p><p></p><p>The creep factor recalls Proenza Schouler&#8216;s :</p><p><p><p><p><p></p><p>Like the Oscar de la Renta , Wang&#8217;s was shot in Red Hook, Brooklyn:</p><p><p><p><p><p></p><p>The music in Wang&#8217;s video comes courtesy of SebastiAn and M.I.A. M.I.A. is a mentor to?Rye Rye, the star of &#8216;s :</p><p><p><p><p><p></p><p>Of course, the video above is similar to Wang&#8217;s T video starring Santigold, who is compared to both M.I.A. and Rye Rye.</p><p><p><p><p><p></p><p>BAM. FULL CIRCLE.</p> <p> </p>?So, What Does Alexander Wang Like To Eat For Dinner? <p>by 5:10 pm, July 20th, 2011</p> <p> is a family guy, as evidenced by his affection for his niece Aila. His familial love also extends to the kitchen, which allows us to discuss what exactly Alex likes to eat.</p><p>On a weekly basis, Wang does the home-cooked meal thing at his brother&#8217;s. So lovely! Asian comfort food is what&#8217;s always on the menu:?&#8221;Its like the one thing that still hasn’t changed since I was little. No matter how busy or how little we see each other, cooking always brings us back memories of growing up.” Friends are also invited to partake in these dinners, and often help the Wang sibs cook. Can we come next week?? The Food Life:</p><p>Tonight, they have made a few of Alex’s favorite dishes to share with us ? diced spicy string beans with minced pork, grilled Chinese sausage with sliced garlic, marinated sticky rice steamed with mushrooms and pork belly, braised beef noodle stew, and last but not least a simple yet time consuming pickled cabbage and radish. When everyone sits down to eat, chopsticks are passed around the table and food is piled into bowls, atop perfectly cooked white rice. There is never a dull moment at the Wang abode as constant conversation and laughter fills the dinner table.</p><p>YUM. Also, in case you were interested, Wang is also into ABC Kitchen and Tamarind (us too!), and he digs the sushi at EN. Seriously, we just need to be best friends already.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Sally Hansen Is Making Alexander Wang Nail Polish <p>by 11:34 am, August 23rd, 2011</p> <p></p><p>We&#8217;re unabashed superfans over here at Styleite, so we&#8217;re extremely excited about Wang teaming up with Sally Hansen. Nail polish! A-Wang! OMG!</p><p>From what we gather, Hansen will be whipping up some for Wang&#8217;s spring 2012 show in September. We&#8217;re hoping the shades will be available in stores soon after ? and in the Sally Hansen price range, as opposed to the Wang one.</p><p>But what will the colors be?! Variations of black, black, and more ? Maybe some ? A bit of ? Or perhaps some ? We&#8217;d also be down for some Hansen/Wang in .</p><p>[via ]</p> <p> </p>?Know Any Dudes Who Can Pull Off Alexander Wang Men&#8217;s Clothes? <p>by 3:25 pm, March 29th, 2011</p> <p>So what we&#8217;re going to ask you to do is take a look at this picture. Really, really look at this picture. Look at the , look at the guy wearing the clothes, look at the way they&#8217;re styled. We&#8217;ll wait. OK. Did you look? Great. Now answer us this: Can you imagine a guy you actually know wearing any of these garments? Because the guy who designed them, , thinks they&#8217;re gonna sell like hotcakes.</p><p>Wang&#8217;s men&#8217;s business has been experiencing a little bit of a boom here lately. His lower-priced line T by Alexander Wang was so good it earned him awards from both GQ and the Council of Fashion Designers of America. He&#8217;s up for the CFDA&#8217;s Swarovski Emerging Talent in menswear design this year, too. But perhaps the biggest accolade of all is that menswear is among the most requested items in his Soho store.</p><p>And he deserves those accolades &#8212; his clothes are inventive and forward-thinking, utilitarian and kind of luxurious all at the same time. The 14-piece men&#8217;s collection includes wool overcoats with leather sleeves, leather shorts, and suit pants made of sweatsuit material. , but not as dark. All of which we think is cool. But like. Who? Who will wear these clothes? Jared Leto&#8216;s band mates? Those random guys who hang out with in the Village? Disaffected hipsters with too much money on their hands?</p><p>Then again, it&#8217;s Alexander Wang. Guys might just snap up the collection based on that alone.</p><p> [Style File]</p> <p> </p>?FLASH FASHION: Alexander Wang Goes Light And Bright <p>by 11:06 am, September 12th, 2010</p> <p>We should preface this write-up by confessing that we have a seriously unhealthy obsession with . Fashion&#8217;s current golden boy could walk a garbage bag down the runway, and we&#8217;d immediately add it to our list of seasonal must-haves. Thankfully for us, Wang did not walk garbage bags down the runway on Saturday. Instead, it was a collection of light, white, and confectionary-colored creations that featured his signature deconstructed layers and body-skimming silhouettes.</p><p>Wang, whose was an all-black and gothic nod to Wall Street, went with a much more optimistic color scheme this season, though the looks were no less monochromatic for it. White, mustard yellow, mint green, and burnt peach came down the runway in a mix of oversized knits and silks, and paint-splattered prints that reminded us of construction workers and contractors.</p><p>Wang is known for his legions of downtown chic fans, so this is certainly an interesting departure. But considering fashion&#8217;s &#8217;90s nostalgia and recent embrace of anything tea-length, we think he may do just fine.</p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?Alexander Wang Denies Sweatshop Allegations, Vows To Fight $450M Suit <p>by 12:15 pm, March 7th, 2012</p> <p>Vowing to fight the $450 million lawsuit brought against him, has officially denied those?.</p><p>Though there were conflicting reports yesterday, WWD has that ex-employee Wenyu Lu filed a suit against Wang last month. About 30 other Wang employees have been added to the case since then, believing the company is in violation of several New York State labor laws. They want $50 million for each of the nine charges filed against Wang.</p><p>The designer denies the claims, as a spokesperson for the company told WWD:</p><p>“The company takes its obligations to comply with the law very seriously, including the relevant wage and hour regulations, the payment of overtime to eligible employees and having a safe working environment for all of our employees. We will vehemently defend any allegations to the contrary.”</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Alexander Wang Sent A Swarm Of Supermodels Down His Runway <p>by 5:19 pm, February 12th, 2012</p> <p>We&#8217;ve complained before that designers should be a little more theatrical with their shows, amp up the production and the performance, and make the whole rigamarole that goes into going to fashion week feel like it&#8217;s about more than just looking at pretty (and often not-so-pretty) clothes. &#8216;s fall display did just that.</p><p>Wang stuck with the mirrored block runway set up he&#8217;s used in past seasons, sending models out &#8212; their faces half covered with fishnet turtlenecks and high leather collars &#8212; in a somewhat convoluted figure-eight pattern. The staging was dark and dramatic, which suited the post-apocalyptic but decidedly refined styles, and was in keeping with the theme of the show: &#8220;suffocation&#8221;.</p><p>A soundtrack of pounding bass and heaving drums pumped so loudly through the lofty pier that the audience (us) could see ourselves rumbling in the vibrating mirrors which, depending on where you looked, showed more of the crowd than the clothes. And that was perhaps the only problem &#8212; the atmosphere was just dark and grungy enough to feel interesting, but the sparse lighting meant that for every turn the models took, another .</p><p>But clothing aside &#8212; what a show it was. The program notes made no mention of the supermodels we&#8217;d heard were prepping backstage, asking only that patrons &#8220;remain seated&#8221; after the show. When a darted to her front row seat just minutes before the show began, we hoped (in vain) for a surprise Die Antwoord performance. Instead, we got an encore of Gisele, , , , among others, who walked the mirrored maze and then posed in front of individual boxes before tearing their masks off and turning to face the cheering crowd. </p><p>WATCH:</p><p><br></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?Don&#8217;t Call Alexander Wang&#8217;s New Ad An Ad <p>by 2:26 pm, January 19th, 2011</p> <p><br><br>For &#8216;s first campaign, the preferred terminology is &#8216;image piece,&#8217; not ad, thank you very much.</p><p>The designer told WWD that his first foray into the wild world of print um, brand awareness, would be very untraditional. The image piece will appear on a billboard in New York City and exclusively in Interview magazine&#8217;s March issue. And in the not-so-puzzling trend of advertisements image pieces looking more and more like editorial content, Wang hired Interview editorial director Fabien Baron and creative director Karl Templer to consult and style the shoot. </p><p>So why all the supposed newness? Wang says he&#8217;s trying to avoid becoming just like everybody else. We have to wonder why he didn&#8217;t come up with some weird name for that video campaign starring from last summer, but that&#8217;s beside the point.</p><p>“We restrained from using those words [advertising and campaign], because you set yourself up for doing things in a systematic way ? like rolling out ads in the magazines certain times of the year &#8230; For us, it’s about testing the waters and doing something out of the box.” </p><p>And while we can respect the desire (or the absolutely vital need) not to look like anyone else, we also stick to the age old wisdom that you should call a spade a spade. Wang is still paying to have his &#8216;image piece&#8217; featured in this magazine, and he&#8217;s still expecting it to do all of the things traditional ads do &#8212; make people aware of the brand and make people want to buy it. We get that it&#8217;s special because its his first time, but that doesn&#8217;t mean, at the end of the day, that it wont be another page an Interview reader can turn over.</p><p>Nevertheless, we&#8217;re excited to see how people will react to &#8216;s pictures of model Aymeline Valade jumping around a sky blue studio. What do you think of the image piece?</p><p>[WWD (Subscription Required)]</p> <p> </p>?Alex Wang&#8217;s Doodle Print Was Designed By His Interns! <p>by 1:45 pm, September 22nd, 2010</p> <p></p><p>Ah, fashion internships. The Styleite staff knows well the copious amounts of seam pressing, reservation phoning and copy making being an intern in this industry often entails. It&#8217;s not miserable work, per se, but there is a lot of dues paying involved in fashion, and you do what you can to get ahead.</p><p>But somewhere in between all of the menial tasks and fighting with other interns to be noticed, you get to do something really cool &#8212; something normally only your boss or your boss&#8217;s boss would have the opportunity to do. The interns at got to design a print.</p><p>Specifically, they designed the doodle print that appeared in Wang&#8217;s spring 2011 collection. Wang told BSides that he had his interns sit down around a piece of paper for ten minutes and told them to just doodle &#8212; with no specific direction in mind. The was a print that actually showed up in the collection. We&#8217;re trying to get in touch with the interns now, so we don&#8217;t know exactly how they feel, but we&#8217;d be absolutely ecstatic. Hooray for non-objective expressionism, and hooray for people who believe in their interns!</p><p>[Via ]</p> <p> </p>?Alexander Wang Lawsuit To Be Moved To Federal Court <p>by 12:07 pm, March 18th, 2012</p> <p>It looks like is going to be caught up in legal battles for longer than expected. Page Six that the $450 million lawsuit the designer is currently embroiled in is now set to move to federal court.</p><p>Former employee Wenyu Lu initially filed the suit in Queens Supreme Court, in the designer&#8217;s manufacturing floor were such that he and his fellow employees &#8220;were forced to work 16 hours a day or longer ? without overtime ? in a suffocating, windowless, 200-square-foot room”. A was filed soon after by another former employee, Flor Duante, who cited similar &#8220;sweatshop&#8221; conditions and exploitative practices that forced her to work 90 hour+ work weeks without breaks or overtime pay.</p><p>Lu&#8217;s lawyers are now moving to discontinue the case and re-file at the federal level, at which point Lu will be represented by new counsel who specializes in labor law.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?WATCH: Alex Wang Chats With Simon Doonan About His Menswear Line <p>by 2:33 pm, September 26th, 2011</p> <p></p><p>&#8216;s much talked about is being sold exclusively at Barneys, so it&#8217;s only fitting that sat down with the designer to chat about the duds.</p><p>We&#8217;re huge Wang fans &#8217;round these parts, and we also find Doonan completely irresistible. As such, we think? is delightful! Not only do we find out Wang doesn&#8217;t use conditioner, we also learn more about his collection. Wang sees it as clothes for the &#8220;guy that&#8217;s attracted to our girl&#8221;. Oh, we can work with that. Explains Wang:</p><p>&#8220;I always loved the idea of the guy going shopping with his girlfriend, who just kind of sits around and doesn&#8217;t do anything, just kind of waits and sits on the couch and is very disinterested in fashion, but has a good sense of what he looks good in.&#8221;</p><p>Got it. Now check out the boy talk below:</p><p></p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Alexander Wang&#8217;s Glow-In-The-Dark Dresses Are The Highlight Of Our NYFW <p>by 4:29 pm, September 9th, 2012</p> <p> took the day-glo trend and turned it on its ever-rearing head at yesterday&#8217;s slam-dunk spring show. For the finale, a group of ice blonde models filed into formation on the runway at Pier 94, all wearing pale lime pieces. The lights went out; the dresses glowed in the dark. Even in the pitch black warehouse, the audience&#8217;s excitement was palpable ? this was a collection for the books.</p><p>Other than the glowing pieces and a smattering of neutrals, the palette throughout the show was purely black and white. The silhouettes, too, were typical Wang fare ? formfitting dresses and boxy, oversized separates, though this season they were sliced at the seams and suspended with transparent string, revealing strips of bare skin through the leathers and skins. The look was completed with slicked-back tresses with strips down the center part courtesy of Guido Palau, as well as some of the coolest shoes we&#8217;ve seen yet this week, banded up the leg to echo the &#8220;suspension&#8221; theme of the matching ensembles.</p><p>Despite the pouring rain, the energy outside after the show was buzzing. Glow-in-the-dark! ! There was plenty to talk about while waiting out the downpour. Paper&#8216;s Mickey Boardman called it &#8220;one of the best shows I&#8217;ve seen in a long time.&#8221; The thing with Wang, he enthused, is &#8220;when he&#8217;s good he&#8217;s amazing. Sometimes I&#8217;m not 100% understanding of what all the excitement is, but when he&#8217;s good&#8230;wow.&#8221; Both Boardman and Anna Dello Russo proclaimed the designer &#8220;the new Helmut Lang,&#8221; and while that isn&#8217;t the first time the comparison has been made, it was perhaps more apt than ever this season. Dello Russo opined, &#8220;it was very strong, very powerful. Full of energy. I think he is so talented, Alexander, because he has done so much in so few years.&#8221; And don&#8217;t worry, we definitely didn&#8217;t pass up the opportunity to make a quip to the editrix amidst the umbrella-toting showgoers.</p><p>The festivities continued late into the night at the afterparty, held in a converted bank across from City Hall. Suffice it to say, it was a rager. One that concluded with Wang taking the stage to bow down before Busta Rhymes, whose set brought down the house (have you ever seen a mosh pit made of models? We have). Busta then had the crowd of Wang fans raise a glass to the downtown designer of the hour. We&#8217;ll cheers to that.</p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>******</p> <p> </p>?Alexander Wang’s New York Flagship Store Gets Egged <p>by 1:19 pm, March 20th, 2012</p> <p></p><p></p><p>Halloween came early for designer as a camera-wielding tipster sent a picture of his Soho store’s egg-covered window. We&#8217;re guessing it&#8217;s a response to Wang’s recent filed by his employees. You can read up on the case? and?, and please do tell us your thoughts in the comments.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?A Second Employee Is Now Suing Alexander Wang <p>by 12:38 pm, March 12th, 2012</p> <p><br>&#8216;s legal troubles just got a little more complicated. , a second employee has filed a civil action lawsuit against the designer, alleging &#8220;sweatshop&#8221; conditions and 90-hour work weeks.</p><p></p><p>Flor Duante, a 48-year-old single mother of four, says she was fired after filing for workers compensation. Last week, Wenyu Lucomplaining that employees in Wang&#8217;s lower Manhattan headquarters were forced to work &#8220;16 hours a day or longer ? without overtime ? in a suffocating, windowless, 200-square-foot room”.</p><p>On Friday, Gawker writer Leah Beckmann visited the building at 386 Broadway, but was prohibited from exploring what they was the &#8220;design and manufacturing&#8221; floor. After trying and failing to get past company CFO Mark Greene, Beckmann left. Here&#8217;s how she described the setup:</p><p></p><p>No sight of hunched-over, overworked employees. No cramped spaces full of dark Dickensian sewing machines. The discretion of their employees doesn&#8217;t mean much, and other than the standard office clutter, there was nothing unusual or exceptional about the space or our interactions at all. While the office normalcy doesn&#8217;t point to any seedy goings-on in the world of the fashion underbelly, it certainly doesn&#8217;t disqualify them either.</p><p>Wang has said he the $450 million suit, but has yet to respond to the second complaint.</p><p>[, .]</p> <p> </p>?Is Alexander Wang Running A Sweatshop In Chinatown? <p>by 11:04 am, March 6th, 2012</p> <p></p><p>It looks like could be in some seriously hot water.</p><p>According to the , a 56-year-old man who worked &#8220;84-hour week in [Wang's] Broadway sweatshop&#8221; is suing the designer for $50 million. The Daily News reports Wenyu Lu passed out after working for 25 hours without a break, and his lawyer hopes to mount a class-action lawsuit.</p><p>However, according to the , a class-action suit has already been filed. An article in today&#8217;s paper reports &#8220;30 workers claim they were forced to work 16 hours a day or longer ? without overtime ? in a suffocating, windowless, 200-square-foot room&#8221;. They believe Wang and his brother Dennis (who serves as the company&#8217;s chief principal officer) have violated New York state labor laws, and they want $50 million in return.</p><p>The Post makes note of Lu&#8217;s claim that he passed out after working 25 hours straight, and adds that his lawyer says he was &#8220;ultimately fired on Feb. 16 after complaining about the working conditions and applying for worker’s compensation&#8221;. We have reached out to the company for comment, though reps told the Post they had no comment as they had not yet been served with papers.</p><p>[h/t?]</p> <p> </p>?Alexander Wang&#8217;s &#8216;Sweatshop&#8217; Allegations Dismissed <p>by 11:42 am, August 15th, 2012</p> <p><br>Earlier this week, the fashion world&#8217;s most highly publicized legal battles as of late was dismissed by a New York federal court Judge Harold Baer. Back in March, two former employees of slapped the designer with a that claimed the company was in violation of numerous labor laws ? running their Chinatown factory like a &#8220;sweatshop,&#8221; stuffing workers in a small, windowless room, denying them overtime pay, and firing those who complained.</p><p>Wang time and time again, that the workspace is in fact a “modern, brightly lit studio with high ceilings and large windows,” and that the two plaintiffs, Wenyu Lu and Flor Durante, were merely “disgruntled former employees with axes to grind.” Now the parties involved have reached a settlement out of court, reports . And while the terms of the settlement were not disclosed, we do know that there will be no appeals made, as the case was dismissed without prejudice. A representative for the designer expressed the company&#8217;s relief at having gotten through the mess:</p><p>“We are gratified that this matter has been dismissed, as the allegations were unfounded and completely false.”</p><p>We can almost hear the sighs of relief coming up Broadway from the Wang HQ.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Alexander Wang Woos Reporter By Wearing Shirt Backwards <p>by 2:00 pm, March 22nd, 2011</p> <p><br> may no longer be fashion&#8217;s only golden child &#8212; he now has to share the spotlight with his , among others &#8212; but he still knows how to charm the pants off a reporter during interviews. </p><p>Take, for example, his interaction with the Telegraph&#8217;s Kate Finnigan.</p><p>Some minutes into our interview he realises his T-shirt is on back-to-front, so, there and then, he removes the sweater, taking his arms out of the grey silk-cotton T-shirt &#8211; with its carefully selected &#8216;slightly worn-in&#8217; slub &#8211; and turns the garment round the right way. Casual but startlingly confident, it&#8217;s a gesture that&#8217;s 100 per cent Alexander Wang.</p><p>How, exactly, does one casually but confidently do such a thing? Only Alexander Wang knows. </p><p>Clearly we kid, but Wang does share some nice anecdotes about his upbringing and his current fancy-schmancy lifestyle.</p><p>&#8216;But I think with more success it&#8217;s more important that you do stay grounded and that you surround yourself with people who,&#8217; he giggles, &#8216;keep it real. And yes, y&#8217;know, my apartment is a little nicer now and I have a car and I don&#8217;t have to take the subway all the time, but I&#8217;m still the same person. That&#8217;s always been our idea with the clothes. There&#8217;s a certain sense of fantasy but at the same time it feels very, very grounded.&#8217;</p><p>Then again, Wang&#8217;s story isn&#8217;t exactly a rags to riches tale. He&#8217;s been besties with Victoria Traina, daughter of bajillionaire author and Danielle Steele, since high school (they both went to the same Bay-area boarding school) during which he lived in his own apartment in a building his parents owned. (The rags to riches bit happened before he was born: his parents emigrated to Taiwan with his two older siblings, and his mother started out as a dishwasher before founding a plastics manufacturing business with her husband which they moved to China almost twenty years ago. Clearly a good business decision. Anyway!) Back to Traina &#8212; she&#8217;s been a source of inspiration to him ever since she wowed him with her casual attitude towards very expensive things.</p><p>&#8216;[Victoria] would come into class in some designer shoes that she&#8217;d cut the ankle straps off. And I&#8217;d be like, &#8220;Wow, you just spent however much money on those&#8230;&#8217; he remembers. &#8216;She treated everything in this very non-precious way. They would have racks of clothes brought from the stores to their house. And they&#8217;d be like, &#8220;Oh yeah, Prada just sent over their new collection…&#8221;&#8216;</p><p>We&#8217;ll refrain from pointing out that the main reason Traina was able to treat precious things so non-preciously involves having an unlimited amount of cash with which to purchase more precious things, but that really doesn&#8217;t do much for Wang&#8217;s inspiration. And now he makes clothes we love (and can ), so&#8230; let&#8217;s move on to the bit where Wang&#8217;s brother rides a motorcycle through a Ritz-Carlton.</p><p>He hosted his first fashion show at [his brother's] wedding when he was 15, showing 35 outfits he&#8217;d designed for Aimie, [his sister-in-law]. Wasn&#8217;t he worried about upstaging the bride and groom? &#8216;Ha-ha-ha! No, because my brother had a lot of tricks up his sleeve! He somehow got the Ritz-Carlton to let him bring his Harley-Davidson motorbike into the lobby and down the stairs, then he rode it into the ballroom.&#8217;</p><p>Wang&#8217;s clothing may be considered contemporary, but we&#8217;ll be darned if his life isn&#8217;t aspirational. </p><p> [Telegraph]</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Alexander Wang&#8217;s Apartment Is Covered In Fur <p>by 4:18 pm, April 12th, 2011</p> <p>As much as we love fashion people&#8217;s clothes, we love their just as much. This month W at Styleite fave &#8216;s swanky Tribeca pad, and it looks exactly how we imagined.</p><p>There&#8217;s a lot of black and a bit of white, and leather, velvet, and fur. He has crocodile dining chairs! And a zebra rug! In a fun twist, W got former New York Times style editor Holly Brubach to interview Wang about his apartment ? the apartment she sold to him just eight months ago. Wang&#8217;s college buddy Ryan Korban decorated the place, and it is indeed in keeping with the wiz kid&#8217;s downtown aesthetic:</p><p>This loft, they claim, is the most personal expression so far of the visual “language” the pair have formulated over the course of five years and two apartments, Wang’s showroom and first store, and the shop-within-shops that serve as worldwide outposts for his brand. “Very rich, very luxe” is Korban’s verdict on the result.</p><p>Oh yes, we would agree with Korban on that. All of the photos can be found , but our favorites are below:</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Alexander Wang Hopes His Niece Will Work For Him Some Day <p>by 12:38 pm, March 25th, 2011</p> <p>Even casual observers of will know that his rise to fame and acclaim in the fashion industry has been meteoritic. And if the attention his niece Aila got at Wang&#8217;s New York flagship store Thursday night is any indication, making a name for yourself when you&#8217;re young is something the Wang family has down pat.</p><p>Wang opened up his store after hours to let a few fashion-obsessed card holders come in, shop and chat with him about, well, anything and everything. A coterie of Wang&#8217;s friends held court over the massive black leather chairs (and the ) in the middle of the store while the designer himself placated bloggers and helped customers find pieces to take home &#8212; which he dutifully autographed with a Sharpie.</p><p>But when Aila showed up, the party nearly shut down with awws and cheers as the toddler crawled around and danced. Photographers went stark raving mad when she started swinging on the hammock, and it seemed like the entire world revolved around her. And it for a moment, it really did.</p><p>So of course we had to ask Wang, whose business is a family run affair, whether or not Aila will work for (or perhaps even run) Wang Inc. someday.</p><p>&#8220;Hopefully!&#8221; he said. &#8220;I mean, she&#8217;s such a star. I&#8217;d love to keep it within the family.&#8221;</p><p>And if she&#8217;s one tenth as fashion-savvy when she grows up as she is adorable now, we&#8217;d love for that to happen, too.</p> <p> </p>?Amanda Brooks Steps Down As Barneys Fashion Director <p>by 2:08 pm, March 15th, 2012</p> <p> In an announcement that surprised just about everyone this morning, Barneys vice president and fashion director Amanda Brooks has resigned.?WWD that Brooks, who signed on with the luxury retailer early last year, will be moving to the UK with her husband, English artist Christopher Brooks.</p><p>Hired as an integral part of CEO Mark Lee&#8217;s plan to restructure the retailer&#8217;s creative vision, Brooks was in charge of working with designers and selecting which trends to feature. She was also tasked with expanding the retailer&#8217;s social media presence, which we discussed with her. Her cumulative experience within the New York fashion scene ? from director of fashion at William Morris Endeavor Entertainment to creative director at Tuleh ? made her seem like a lasting presence.</p><p>“To be the fashion director of a store with such a unique and inspiring vision has always been a dream job,” Brooks said. “I have had the pleasure of working with an incredibly talented team, but have resigned to temporarily relocate to England with my husband and children in the interest of further pursuing other opportunities. It is a personal decision, and I will miss working with the Barneys team.”</p><p>As such, it appears that Brooks will be stepping down for personal reasons. However, a source inside the company told us there had been rumblings about the fashion team&#8217;s dissatisfaction with Brooks for quite some time.?According to WWD,? Barneys is not planning to replace Brooks anytime soon.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Seriously Funny Girls Of SRSLY Chat With Us About Blogs, Boys, &#038; More <p>by 1:05 pm, January 20th, 2012</p> <p></p><p>Danielle Gibson and Alex Fiber of are known for their hysterical (and hysterically on point) videos that spoof everything from street style to blind dates. While it&#8217;s not every day that we get to interview a girl crush ? let alone two of them at the same time ? the talented duo indulged us as we took a tour of their hilarious work.</p><p>Okay, first things first. How did you two meet?<br>DANIELLE GIBSON: We met at NYU when we were both in the musical theater program, but we weren’t friends. We weren’t enemies, but we didn’t run in the same circles. Alex was in the Rodgers and Hammerstein clique, which rivaled the Leonard Bernstein gang I ran with.<br>ALEX FIBER: Senior year, we both transferred into NYU&#8217;s Film &amp; TV Acting program. I remember being really nervous Danielle wouldn&#8217;t like me, but then we realized we were both really into the same things (television, noodles, striped shirts), and the rest, as they say, is herstory.</p><p>Your , &#8220;SHOPGIRL&#8221;, perfectly encapsulated why we prefer online shopping to IRL shopping:</p><p></p><p>Tell us about your worst shopping experience.<br>DG: Honestly, no shopping experience is ever awesome for me ? I’m a really bad shopper. I get bored and overwhelmed and really sweaty (so sweaty!) and just want to give up. That’s why I depend on brands like Rag &amp; Bone or Alice &amp; Olivia. I know I can walk into their stores, love everything, and buy enough to last me two years without having to go shopping again.<br>AF: Last year, a nice PR girl let me in early to the Alexander Wang sample sale, and it was terrifying. I turned into this crazed animal, hungry for discounted knitwear. All sample sales are so high stakes, they make me feel like I HAVE to buy something and I have to buy it NOW. And of course everyone else is going nuts too, hoarding boxes of tank tops and running around in their underwear. It&#8217;s extremely stressful. Unfortunately, I never learn and I always go back. &#8220;Shopping, shopping, never stopping&#8221; ? that&#8217;s my motto.</p><p>Where do you get the inspiration for your videos?<br>AF: Just being in New York gives us a lot of great material, and we often brainstorm or get ideas while we&#8217;re hanging out or chatting online. We&#8217;ve both studied improv at UCB, and a big part of that training is forcing your brain to think in non-linear, free-associative ways. So, getting a cup of coffee can turn into an idea about a barista sexting you with messages in latte froth.<br>DG: We’re both passionate about the same ridiculous problems, which aren’t even problems. Like when a doorman is rude to you, or your bed from Williams-Sonoma Home isn’t the size you thought it was in the store. Non-problems, but things that bug you all the same.</p><p>Next up: &#8220;STREETSTYLE&#8221;. We have to admit this hit pretty close to home:</p><p></p><p>Are there any photographers you want to be spotted by?<br>DG: I actually love style blogs, that’s why I like to mock them. I like , , and . I used to work in Soho, and I’d see Scott Schuman looking for people to snap. And I’ll admit I walked reaaaaalllly slooooowwly past him, trying to look like I was in deep thought about harem pants or something. No dice though. I probably wasn&#8217;t wearing enough layers.<br>AF: One of my biggest goals in life is to be mistaken for a French person, so for me it&#8217;s really all about . I love her website, I love her photos, I love her humblebraggy posts. I met someone recently who lives in her building, and it&#8217;s actually really close to where I live. I&#8217;m sure it&#8217;s only a matter of time before Garance and I are sipping cafe au lait together and complaining about how early we have to get up for yoga.</p><p>There really is too much internet, but what are your must-read sites?<br>DG: I always read for news, compelling articles, and viral stuff. We both love for celebrity gossip and TV and movie news. I also read an embarrassing amount of healthy living blogs, like and . Alex reads the whole internet. I never know what the hell she’s talking about.<br>AF: I do read the entire internet. Some of my favorites include and for stylish voyeurism, and for general I-Want-To-Go-To-There-ness, and for food porn.</p><p>Some of your videos touch on dating and relationship issues, like Amazing-But-Short Guy Syndrome:</p><p></p><p>Who is our ultimate celebrity crush?<br>DG: People tease me, but I love Geoff on Ace of Cakes in a big way. He’s sexy and deadpan and he makes cakes! I’m also obsessed with Jimmy Stewart and late &#8217;80s Michael Keaton. Of course, I’m also a hot-blooded woman, so I am not immune to Zac Efron’s charms…and arms.<br>AF: I&#8217;m mostly into older European celebs like Gabriel Byrne, Colin Firth, and the Fiennes brothers. And I really really love Javier Bardem. He is so debonair and charming! I want him to quiz me on my Spanish vocabulary and call me Alejandra. Last year at our Oscar party, Danielle gave me a cookie with his face painted on it in royal icing. I still can&#8217;t bring myself to eat it.</p><p>And who are your funny lady heroes?<br>DG: I love Jane Curtin. People talk about how much they loved Gilda Radner (Of course! She’s phenomenal!), but I relate to Jane Curtin. I think Catherine O’Hara and Joan Cusack are criminally underused, but perfect in everything they do. In the New York-y scene, Kristen Schaal and Andrea Rosen are flawless, as are all of the ladies at UCB. And of course, we both worship the SNL trifecta of terrific: Wiig, Poehler, and Fey.<br>AF: Completely agree. There are so many! Maria Bamford and Mary Lynn Rajskub are two of my favorites stand-ups EVER. I also love all of the Golden Girls, and Jane Fonda.</p><p>We totally identify with the girl whose boyfriend didn&#8217;t get her movie references in &#8220;ICE CREAM&#8221;. Because, seriously, can you ever just be whelmed?</p><p></p><p>What does your dream sleepover movie marathon line-up look like?<br>DG: Oh my gosh! Father of the Bride (parts 1 and 2!), I Spit on Your Grave (original and remake!) and I would end the night with Dangerous Liaisons so that we would all have sexy dreams!<br>AF: We&#8217;re agreed on the FOTB movies ? those are must-watch. My other top choices are?The American President, You&#8217;ve Got Mail, and A League of Their Own.</p><p>And lastly, what great things can we expect from SRSLY in the future?<br>AF: We&#8217;re going to keep writing episodes, contributing to some of our favorite blogs, and hopefully start working on a pilot script. We&#8217;ve been talking to and meeting with a lot of amazing people since launching the show, so we&#8217;re hoping for more of the same! We actually just wrapped on season two of SRSLY yesterday!<br>DG: Yeah! We&#8217;re taking a couple of weeks off, but our new episodes will go live starting in February. Personally, I’m working on getting to live in America again. All marriage proposals welcome, appreciated, and considered thoughtfully.</p> <p> </p>?10 Reasons To Wish Anna Wintour A Happy 62nd Birthday <p>by 6:12 pm, November 3rd, 2011</p> <p>American Vogue editor-in-chief turns 62 today, but she&#8217;s not spending the happy occasion with her family &#8212; or even anywhere close to home. Instead, Wintour, ever the workaholic, is busy being the best cheerleader for the Vogue brand there is in Japan.</p><p>But just because she&#8217;s half a world away doesn&#8217;t mean we can&#8217;t (or you know, shouldn&#8217;t) wish her a happy birthday! Poke fun at her though we might from time to time, there&#8217;s really no getting around the fact that Wintour is a bona fide fashion powerhouse, and she&#8217;s more or less regulating the entire global fashion industry from an assortment of tightly organized mobile devices.</p><p>In respect to that (because really, how can you not respect this woman?) here are ten reasons you should join us in wishing Wintour the happiest of birthdays:</p><p>1. You just, you have to. That&#8217;s the way this business works.</p><p>2. She&#8217;s among Black people. No, really.</p><p>3. Outside of that, she&#8217;s not just one of the most powerful people in fashion &#8212; she&#8217;s one of the most powerful people in the world.</p><p>4. You know that whole thing about &#8220;The Devil&#8221; wearing Prada? She still . And equal rights for gays, too.</p><p>5. The of Vogue kicks major ass.</p><p>6. She as much as you do.</p><p>7. She&#8217;s besties with , and Karl is our favorite.</p><p>8. She supports young talent! Your cashmere intarsia sweater would not be a thing if it weren&#8217;t for her.</p><p>9. That earthquake in Japan? She&#8217;s there trying to right now.</p><p>10. And finally, her (even when it doesn&#8217;t look that great) is unparalleled.</p><p>So happy 62nd birthday, Anna &#8212; and here&#8217;s to many more!</p> <p> </p>?Anna Wintour&#8217;s 60 Minutes Episode Was A Repeat Worth Watching <p>by 11:16 am, February 6th, 2012</p> <p>In what may have been the most genius programming move of all time, CBS aired an interview featuring during Sunday night&#8217;s Super Bowl telecast. While made it seem like a new profile, a close watch (on our part) showed that it&#8217;s merely a repackaged version of an episode that originally aired in 2009. But that doesn&#8217;t mean it wasn&#8217;t worth watching. </p><p>It&#8217;s always refreshing to watch Wintour defend her alleged &#8220;bitchiness&#8221;, mainly because it clearly works for her. </p><p>&#8220;I&#8217;m very driven at what I do. I&#8217;m certainly very competitive. What else am I? Needy? I&#8217;m probably very needy, yes. A bitch? &#8230;Well, I hope I&#8217;m not, I- I- I- try not to be, but I like people who represent the best of what they do and if that turns you into a perfectionist, then maybe I am.&#8221;<br><br>&#8230;I can only say that I have so many people here, Morley, that have worked for me for 15, 20 years, and if I&#8217;m such a bitch, then they must really be a glutton for punishment. We&#8217;re here to work. We&#8217;re here to work and there&#8217;s on duty time and off duty time&#8230; And if one comes across sometimes as being cold or brusque, it&#8217;s only because I&#8217;m striving for the best.&#8221;</p><p>There&#8217;s the requisite mention of her alleged $200,000 per year clothing allowance (and the fact that CondeNast picks up the bill for her hair and makeup every day of the week), interviews with and , and, of course, footage of Vogue staffers trotting feverishly around the Vogue offices. But while some parts are certainly out of date (a segment featuring an adorably young getting feedback from Wintour on a $1,200 sequined dress, in a ), others have been notably updated. An interview with features a voice-over noting that the designer is no longer at Dior. Helpful!</p><p>Watch the whole episode below &#8212; Wintour&#8217;s segment starts around the 14:45 minute mark. </p><p></p> <p> </p>?WATCH: Azealia Banks Is The New Face Of Alexander Wang <p>by 6:22 pm, July 26th, 2012</p> <p><br>Following in the footsteps of and , Azealia Banks is the new face of T by Alexander Wang&#8217;s Fall 2012 collection. Perhaps this is something they ? </p><p>Check it out below, and try your best not to bop along.</p><p></p> <p> </p>?WATCH: Azealia Banks Is Bringing Back Suspenders In Her &#8216;Luxury&#8217; Video <p>by 5:18 pm, September 27th, 2012</p> <p><br>Azealia Banks has got the Nineties look down pat: from sweaters to to waist-length mermaid locks, the girl knows her decade.</p><p>Her latest style statement comes in the form of a cropped turtleneck, cowboy hat, and what appear to be a pair of leather suspenders, which the Harlem rapper sports in the just-released video for her track &#8220;Luxury.&#8221; A fitting title given that Banks is currently flitting about Paris, sitting front row at Mugler and donning swanky threads by and .</p><p>Here, though, Banks is bopping around good old NYC, rapping on rooftops and strutting her stuff down the streets of Chinatown. Would you try this look at home?</p><p></p> <p> </p>?Azealia Banks Will Perform At The Met Gala In Custom Alexander Wang <p>by 4:30 pm, April 30th, 2012</p> <p>Azealia Banks announced via? that not only will attend this year&#8217;s Met Gala with?, she?will also perform at fashion&#8217;s hottest bash. Peep Banks&#8217;s very excited tweet:</p><p>I can&#8217;t wait for the MET ball! I&#8217;m going as Alexander Wang&#8217;s date. He custom made my outfit and shoes ! !!!! It&#8217;s soooo hot !</p><p>? ? YUNG RAPUNXEL ? (@AZEALIABANKS) </p><p> And another one:</p><p>I&#8217;ve Been invited to Perform for PRADA next week in NYC! Gonna b so lush !! Let&#8217;s see what new songs I debut there! ? ? YUNG RAPUNXEL ? (@AZEALIABANKS) </p><p>We&#8217;re adding Banks and Wang to the of Met Gala couples. Hopefully someone will tweet a photo of this custom-made ensemble ? and soon. Spare us the wait, people!</p> <p> </p>?Is Azealia Banks Replacing Nicki Minaj At Monday&#8217;s Met Gala? <p>by 10:16 am, May 1st, 2012</p> <p></p><p>Yesterday Azealia Banks she would be performing at Monday&#8217;s Met Gala ? but was this really the plan all along?</p><p>Nope, at least according to , who report it was actually?Nicki Minaj who was supposed to perform. However, she never signed a contract and bailed last week. If this is true, Banks was a very late (though and?)?addition to the festivities. The rapper deleted her two Met Gala-related tweets some time last night, probably at the behest of Anna Wintour. (She really hates when people .) We assume Banks is indeed still on the bill and that she&#8217;ll be wearing custom Alexander Wang.</p><p>That said, this Minaj business sounds about right. She with Wintour at Fashion Week back in September, and she was featured in Vogue&#8216;s . And don&#8217;t forget she&#8217;s already performed at a Vogue event (one that !). But what about those Jennifer Lopez ? Perhaps we&#8217;ll never know.</p><p>As a bit of context, last year&#8217;s performance came courtesy of?Florence Welch, while?Lady Gaga in 2010.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Why Is Azealia Banks&#8217; Dazed &#038; Confused Cover Getting Banned? <p>by 3:49 pm, August 8th, 2012</p> <p><br>The September issue of British fashion/culture glossy Dazed &amp; Confused featuring Harlem rapper/ Azealia Banks is due out in stores next week. Unless, that is, you live in one of the seven countries that have already banned the cover from hitting newsstands.</p><p>The magazine this afternoon:</p><p>&#8220;Just been told our upcoming @AZEALIABANKS cover has been banned from 7 countries so far. Thank God for the Internet, huh?&#8221;</p><p>Why the extreme measures, you ask? Well, we&#8217;re not quite sure yet, but we have some ideas:</p><p>1. Banks takes a cue from Hailee Steinfeld is shown doing something super dangerous like .</p><p>2. The lewdest lyrics from 212 are splashed across the cover in size 72 font. &#8220;I guess that $%^# gettin&#8217; eaten,&#8221; anyone?</p><p>3. The rapper ; is half-naked. If this seems unlikely, remember that she was in fact born in the nineties and does have a serious predilection for Mickey Mouse gear.</p><p>4. She tries to be subversive by replacing with a gun, .</p><p>5.?</p><p>But, you know, even if it was banned for any of those reasons, couldn&#8217;t they just slap a Playboy-style poly-bag on it and call it a day? Guess we&#8217;ll just have to wait and see.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?OMFG: Here Is A Video Of Valentino Singing Sinatra At Carine&#8217;s Karaoke Party <p>by 3:08 pm, September 11th, 2011</p> <p>Last night, there were many a Fashion Week party. While we hung out at &#8216;s Meatpacking shindig, others saw Odd Future perform at &#8216;s or went celeb spotting at the Purple party at Le Bain. But it was the Barneys fete that has everyone talking. It all comes down to one word and one word only: KARAOKE.</p><p>Roitfeld entertained her guests at Westway, a former strip club near the West Side Highway. We knew the former editor , but we are beyond impressed that Roitfeld was able to get her fashionable friends to join in on the fun. &#8216;s Bennett Marcus was there, and here is how he described what went down:</p><p>Roitfeld jumped on the runway ? undoubtedly used by the strippers in the club&#8217;s previous incarnation ? to launch the karaoke with a gleeful rendition of George Michael&#8217;s &#8220;Careless Whisper.&#8221; Roitfeld&#8217;s bravery loosened up the crowd and Simon Doonan followed, rocking &#8220;Nasty Girl.&#8221; Stefano Tonchi joined Anna Dello Russo in a duet. (Actually, Dello Russo joined almost everybody on duets.)</p><p>Oh, don&#8217;t worry. WE HAVE PICTURES. And then&#8230;Valentino and Giancarlo Giammetti arrived. And they sang &#8220;Unforgettable&#8221; and &#8220;My Way&#8221;. Oh, don&#8217;t worry. WE HAVE VIDEO. Thank you to the Billy Farrell Agency for this amazing moment on film:</p><p><p><p><p><br></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>[via ]</p> <p> </p>?Blind Item Round Up: Tampons, Car Crashes, &#038; Reality TV <p>by 3:02 pm, January 21st, 2011</p> <p><br>It&#8217;s Friday and nobody wants to work. (Us included!) And what better way to while away a good hour of your afternoon than by playing blind item guessing games? We&#8217;ve rounded up the best fashion-related ones we could find and included our thoughts as to the answers. Leave yours in the comments.</p><p>Which eccentric fashion designer carries tampons to be in touch with his feminine side while he designs women&#8217;s clothes? []</p><p>We&#8217;ve seen a few people throw out and, but our most credible sources indicate that the true culprit may well be .</p><p>Which drunk actress tucked her dress into her undies at the Golden Globes? []</p><p>Minnie Driver described the culprit as a &#8220;beautiful young actress&#8221; and we&#8217;ve got our money on someone from Glee. While the physics of Lea Michele&#8217;s dress make this unlikely, how great of a mental picture is that?</p><p>Which lifestyle editor totalled the one-of-a-kind car she was lent for an out-of-state test drive? []<br><br>This one actually has us totally stumped, only because who really knows the names of &#8220;Editor/Writers&#8221; at &#8220;fashion-lifestyle publications&#8221;? Answer: it wasn&#8217;t us.</p><p>Which well known fashion blogger has been asked to star in R.J. Cutler&#8217;s new fashion-focused docu-drama, but isn&#8217;t biting? []</p><p>Ooh, this is a fun one. Besides the fact that we made the R.J. Cutler-Teen Vogue over a week ago, this item suffers from too broad a swath of options. ? from Fashionista? herself? Us?! The options are endless. Fact is, we can&#8217;t really think of anyone who would bite.</p><p>OK, it&#8217;s your turn now!</p> <p> </p>?THE GOODS: Waris Ahluwalia Wants You To Be His Boo <p>by 6:00 pm, February 7th, 2012</p> <p>The way to our hearts is officially through cheeky jewelry.</p><p>Remember those with the R. Kelly lyrics? They have serious competition now, thanks to . Just in time for Valentine&#8217;s Day, the designer teamed up with for a capsule collection called . There&#8217;s a gold bracelet, necklace, and pair of earrings, all with a nameplate that reads &#8220;Boo&#8221;, as in &#8220;you&#8217;re my boo&#8221;. We love it. (Also, we just learned that the term &#8220;boo&#8221; is derived from &#8220;beau&#8221;. Who knew?!)</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>And, you know, context:</p><p><p><p><p></p> <p> </p>?Carine Roitfeld Loves Karaoke And Wants To Be A Bartender <p>by 5:47 pm, September 29th, 2010</p> <p>Just how great is ? So great. We love her. And we are so jealous that the Times&#8216; got to sit down with the who is celebrating her mag&#8217;s . We compiled some of our fave Carine quotes below ? enjoy!</p><p>On the difference between Vogue in 2010 and Vogue in 1920: I think we have less freedom. Today some pictures would not even be publishable. It’s not just about the nudity, but when you talk about things politically, the military, kids, it would all be politically incorrect and not publishable today. We have to fight to keep this un-politically correct attitude of French Vogue, but it’s more and more difficult to be able do that. You cannot smoke, you cannot show arms, you cannot show little girls, because everyone now is very anxious not to have problems with the law.</p><p>On how Anna motivated her to discover young designers: It’s good that was the one who needed to kick our butt, in a way, to do something. She did a lot in America, but in Paris, we were a bit slow. Now we understand, and we’ve seen so much return that we are going to be more and more aware to help.</p><p>On who&#8217;s hot now: I am very surprised by someone like . I am amazed how he is good with fashion, with business, with public relations himself, with an attitude in his clothes that is spoken immediately. And I think a young guy called Joseph Altuzarra, who went to New York, is the next one to be big. The clothes he makes are very beautiful, and they are very wearable.</p><p>On the hassle of Fashion Week: Sometimes I think, Why do I have to go to a show? Half an hour driving, half an hour waiting, seeing the show, then half an hour back. And when I get back, I see the show on the Internet. Sometimes it goes too quick sometimes.</p><p>On &#8220;her song&#8221;: “You’re So Vain.” I think in this business, it’s a good song. It’s dedicated to a lot of people.</p><p>On what&#8217;s next: I have a new job now: bartender. That is my dream, and also to open a karaoke.</p><p>[via ]</p> <p> </p>?Of Course Carine Roitfeld&#8217;s Fashion Show Will Only Have Black Clothes <p>by 10:18 am, May 16th, 2012</p> <p></p><p>Cannes is upon us! Let the fashion commence!</p><p>We&#8217;ll be doing tons of red carpet coverage for the world&#8217;s most fashionable film festival, but first let&#8217;s discuss what is bringing to the table. The former Vogue Paris editor/current /perennial well-dressed lady is putting on a fashion show at next week&#8217;s amfAR &#8220;Cinema Against AIDS&#8221; gala, and every single piece will be black. But of course!</p><p>According to , the entire collection will be auctioned off and will include pieces from, well, everyone ? Alexander Wang, Armani, Balenciaga, Cavalli, Chanel, Christopher Kane, Dior,?Fendi, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Pucci,?and Versace.</p><p>Tres chic, non?</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Check Out Carine Roitfeld&#8217;s All-Black Cannes Fashion Show <p>by 2:16 pm, May 25th, 2012</p> <p>So much news!? hosted her last night, which only featured black dresses.</p><p>, , , and more strutted down the runway in dark styles by the likes of?Balenciaga, Chanel, , Anthony Vaccarello, and Versace. The entire collection was auctioned off for ?300,000, or nearly $376,000. Whoa.</p><p>Peep the show below. The photos are still rolling in, so keep checking back for updates!</p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Who Was Best Dressed At Carine Roitfeld&#8217;s MAC Fete? <p>by 12:11 pm, October 3rd, 2012</p> <p> really knows how to throw a parrr-tay. Last night, the feted her with a very fancy fete in Paris, and of course, everyone was dressed to the nines.</p><p>Fashion folk like?, , , , and stepped up their A-game in black-tie ensembles at the?Hotel Salomon de Rothschild. Dello Russo covered up in a long-sleeved gown and sported a latticed headpiece, while Kloss left nothing to the imagination in a creation.</p><p>Nearly all the party hoppers, even dudes like Rodger?Berman, sported Roitfeld-esque smokey eyes, but Carine and her daughter Julia obviously had the best ones. Carine told WWD that she&#8217;s her signature look for about 20 years now.</p><p>While the scene was definitely filled with well-dressed peeps, there were a few who fell short. Take Gaia Repossi, for example, missed the black-tie memo and opted for a sporty ensemble made up of a mesh cape with white sleeves and a very fancy pair of athletic shorts. Event producer?Susanne Bartsch also made a (not great) statement in a black bodysuit, patterned tights, and a big pink tulle thing that we&#8217;re going to go ahead and call a body veil.</p><p>See all the looks below, and tell us who you think is best dressed.</p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?Cathy Horyn: Alexander Wang Is Not A Great Designer <p>by 1:31 pm, September 13th, 2010</p> <p> doesn&#8217;t pull punches. Remember the New York Times fashion critic&#8217;s of Snooki? Of course, Horyn&#8217;s critical pen isn&#8217;t just reserved for reality show pseudo-celebs. A disfavorable review of an Armani couture show even got her from his ready-to-wear show a few weeks later.</p><p>And today she skewers none other than our beloved . We loved Wang&#8217;s . Horyn, however, did not.?Her first jab goes a little something like this:</p><p>Mr. Wang is not a great designer, though he probably would be happy to accept any laurels that people want to toss him, but he is clearly a shrewd guy.</p><p>Emphasis ours. Ouch. At least she doesn&#8217;t beat around the bush??Oh, but there&#8217;s more! Much more! Horyn thinks Wang&#8217;s clothes are unoriginal and derivative.</p><p>He also must have sensed that fashion’s memory hole was widening in direct proportion to the numbers of young people Googling his name. The designs were cool, but they didn’t have to stand up to much scrutiny ? hey, didn’t Marni do those pants last season? ? so long as the stuff was widely and easily available &#8230;?The collection downloaded the ideas of designers like and?Issey Miyake ? naturally, without their sense of energy and intuition ? and for that reason, despite some cute looks, the show was a little boring.</p><p>Wang did win the for accessories, and was nominated for best womenswear designer. Surely this couldn&#8217;t have been a fluke, right? She also seems to have a problem with the fact that Wang&#8217;s stuff isn&#8217;t crazy expensive (although, does she remember the of summer 2009??).</p><p>Unlike some of his dreamy peers, he decided at the outset to make affordable clothes&#8230; Mr. Wang doesn’t really have courage in the traditional sense of trying something new and difficult, but he does have China. Nearly all of his clothing is now produced there.</p><p>In addition, Horyn says that Wang&#8217;s designs &#8220;conjure up the coldness of a computer screen.&#8221; Looking at his latest collection, with it&#8217;s use of color and draping, we&#8217;d have to respectfully disagree. What do you think? Alexander Wang: fashion hero or hack?</p><p>[Via ]</p> <p> </p>?Cathy Horyn Doesn&#8217;t Hate Fashion, She&#8217;s Just Misunderstood <p>by 12:47 pm, October 12th, 2010</p> <p>The fashion industry has a love-hate relationship with . By which we mean to say the fashion industry hates Cathy Horyn.</p><p>And maybe that&#8217;s because the longtime fashion critic for The New York Times is brash and fearless and does not give short shrift to the work of critiquing fashion collections. Her intelligent, eagle-eyed commentary has gotten her banned from runway presentations the world over, and her commentary on society and culture has been read as mean and elitist. But to hear her tell it, she&#8217;s mostly just misunderstood.</p><p>That&#8217;s what The Daily Beast&#8216;s senior editor Jacob Bernstein discovered about Horyn while writing a recent of the critic. Horyn addressed everything from why she Alexander Wang&#8217;s spring collection to what she thinks of &#8220;Project Runway.&#8221; But she started, as most people do these days, with Snooki. Her response to why people got so mad about her of the doyenne of &#8220;The Jersey Shore,&#8221; along with other explanations and musings, excerpted below.</p><p>On her underminey profile of Nicole &#8216;Snooki&#8217; Polizzi:</p><p>&#8220;I wanted to say to people &#8216;read the article,&#8217;&#8221; Horyn says. &#8220;I described her as a silhouette and an icon by virtue of her pouf and her body shape. I&#8217;ve acknowledged her and her impact. But am I going to be tough with her? Yeah. I don&#8217;t think people understood it, honestly, and I don&#8217;t know what they expected to read.&#8221;</p><p>On why she&#8217;s tough as nails:</p><p>&#8220;Amy [Spindler] (former fashion critic for the Times) and I shared the same Midwestern quality, which is that we want people to be better,&#8221; Horyn says. (Spindler died of cancer six years ago). &#8220;We have standards. We want people to be not just good but very good. And I can be tough on people, sometimes too tough, especially with the most creative. I once called one of &#8216;s collections freakish and ugly.&#8221;</p><p>On that whole Christina Hendricks thing:</p><p>&#8220;She&#8217;s a lovely girl,&#8221; Horyn says. &#8220;I should have stepped back and explained what that person meant. It wasn&#8217;t about Christina&#8217;s figure. It&#8217;s about what looks best.&#8221;</p><p>On why she said Alexander Wang is not a great designer:</p><p>&#8220;With Alexander, he&#8217;s a smart kid, I admire the business that he&#8217;s built, but you have to be critical of what he&#8217;s done. You can&#8217;t just say &#8216;oh well, he&#8217;s young and he&#8217;s working hard, he&#8217;s putting a product on the runway.&#8217; I found that show boring. I may not have found other shows boring, but I found that one boring.&#8221;</p><p>On &#8220;Project Runway&#8221;:</p><p>&#8220;I just don&#8217;t really have anything to say about it,&#8221; she says, with a shrug.</p><p>There&#8217;s plenty more where that came from, of course &#8212; we encourage you to read the rest of Bernstein&#8217;s profile here.</p><p>[Via ]</p> <p> </p>?And The 2011 CFDA Winners Are&#8230; <p>by 8:32 am, June 7th, 2011</p> <p><br>The Council of Fashion Designers of America celebrated their own last night in a star-studded show hosted (somewhat sporadically) and held at New York City&#8217;s Lincoln Center. And while we&#8217;ve got what (and what everyone else) wore coming up, let&#8217;s start with who took home the honors.</p><p>It&#8217;s worth noting that of the awards with multiple nominations, not a single female won. Granted, the odds . Kudos to Gaga, Pheobe Philo, and Hilary Alexander for holding down the fort, but considering two out of the three of those Brits, what does that say about American female fashion designers? </p><p>The 2011 CFDA Award Winners</p><p>Womenswear Designer of the Year <br>The Nominees: , , and and from Proenza Schouler.<br>The Winner: and from Proenza Schouler</p><p>Menswear Designer of the Year <br>The Nominees: Michael Bastian, Patrik Ervell and Simon Spurr.<br>The Winner: Michael Bastian</p><p>Accessories Designer of the Year<br>The Nominees: , , and and of Proenza Schouler.<br>The Winner: </p><p>Swarovski Award For Emerging Talent in Womenswear<br>The Nominees: , and for The Row, and <br>The Winner: </p><p>Swarovski Award For Emerging Talent in Menswear<br>The Nominees: , and Robert Geller<br>The Winner: Robert Geller</p><p>Swarovski Award For Emerging Talent in Accessories<br>The Nominees: Eddie Borgo,, Alejandro Ingelmo and Pamela Love<br>The Winner: Eddie Borgo</p><p>Fashion Icon Award<br>The Winner: </p><p>Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award <br>The Winner: </p><p>International Award<br>The Winner: </p><p>Media Award In Memory Of Eugenia Sheppard<br>The Winner: </p><p>The Founders Award in Memory of Eleanor Lambert<br>The Winner: </p><p>Board of Director’s Special Tribute Award<br>The Winner: </p> <p> </p>?Why Are So Many Of The CFDA Award Nominees So Young? <p>by 9:39 am, March 17th, 2011</p> <p>The nominees for the Council of Fashion Designers of America&#8216;s 2011 awards ceremony are set, and the list is more or less a roster of the coolest kids working in the industry. And when we say kids, we mean kids. Because for the most part, this year&#8217;s nominees are pretty young.</p><p>, 24, is up for the Fashion Icon Award, which won last year at age 55. , 26, is nominated for three awards, more than any other nominee this year. The Lifetime Achievement Award is going to , 47, who joked that it should only be called a &#8220;half lifetime achievement award.&#8221;</p><p>We have the full list of nominees and honorees below &#8212; if you take a look through it, you&#8217;ll certainly notice names you recognize, but few who have been working as living brand names for decades the way past winners of these awards have. of The New York Times was surprised that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen got nods, while &#8220;most of the biggest American designers, including , , and Calvin Klein’s , were shut out.&#8221; The CFDA&#8217;s mission isn&#8217;t to honor young designers, it&#8217;s to honor talented ones. Either the people who run it think these young bucks are more talented than the old masters, or they&#8217;re changing course.</p><p>Womenswear Designer of the Year Nominees: Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, and and from Proenza Schouler.</p><p>Menswear Designer of the Year Nominees: Michael Bastian, Patrick Ervell and Simon Spurr.</p><p>Accessories Designer of the Year Nominees: Alexander Wang, , and Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler.</p><p>Swarovski Up-And-Coming Talent Award:</p><p>Womenswear: , and and </p><p>Menswear: Alexander Wang, Philip Lim and Robert Geller</p><p>Accessories: Eddie Borgo, , Alejandro Ingelmo and Pamela Love (who&#8217;s already for Topshop).</p><p>There are a few other honorees who will walk away from the ceremony on June 6 with trophies. of Celine will take home the International Award. , fashion director of InStyle magazine, will win the Eleanor Lambert Award. The Eugenia Shepard Award (for fashion journalism) will go to of The Daily Telegraph. And last but not least, the CFDA Board of Directors’ Special Tribute Award goes to photographer .</p><p> [WWD]<br> [On The Runway]</p> <p> </p>?CFDA Award Nominees: Simon Spurr, Pamela Love&#8230; And Johnny Depp? <p>by 11:08 am, March 15th, 2012</p> <p>Christmas has come early for some of New York&#8217;s finest designers. The nominees and special honorees for the 2012 CFDA Fashion Awards were announced last night at the studio of CFDA president, .? The annual awards gala will take place on June 4 at Lincoln Center&#8217;s Alice Tully Hall, and this year should be an especially wild party since it marks the CFDA&#8217;s 50th anniversary.</p><p>In addition to the Fashion Awards, the ceremony will also include the Swarovski Awards for emerging talent and a number of honorary awards including the Geoffrey Been Lifetime Achievement Award and, our personal favorite, the Fashion Icon Award. So without further ado, here&#8217;s the ladies and gents who made this year&#8217;s cut:</p><p>Womenswear Designer of the Year nominees: , and for The Row and Proenza Schouler’s and .</p><p>Menswear Designer of the Year nominees: , and .</p><p>Accessories Designer of the Year nominees: , and? and for Proenza Schouler.</p><p>Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent in Womenswear nominees: , Chris Peters and Shane Gabier for Creatures of the Wind and Suno’s Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty.</p><p>Swarovksi Award for Emerging Talent in Menswear nominees: Antonio Azzuolo, Todd Snyder and </p><p>Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent in Accessories: , and Irene Neuwirth. </p><p>Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award: <br></p><p>International Award: </p><p>The Founders Award, in honor of Eleanor Lambert: ,</p><p>Media Award, in honor of Eugenia Sheppard: and Garance Dore.</p><p>Fashion Icon Award: Johnny Depp<br></p><p>Seth Meyers from Saturday Night Live&#8217;s &#8220;Weekend Update&#8221; will serve as the evening&#8217;s master of ceremonies. Check out the last year&#8217;s CFDA Fashion Awards winners and nominees .</p> <p> </p>?And The 2012 CFDA Award Winners Are&#8230; <p>by 10:25 pm, June 4th, 2012</p> <p></p><p>The CFDA Awards are the fashion world&#8217;s version of the Oscars, which means there are winners and losers and lots of red carpet action. You can see all the amazing (and not-so-amazing) looks , but first you should familiarize yourself with the night&#8217;s victors.</p><p>First-time Womenswear Designer of the Year nominees Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen took home the night&#8217;s most coveted award for their work for The Row, edging out Marc Jacobs and the Proenza Schouler boys. (Which, wow.) The night&#8217;s other big winners were Billy Reid for menswear and Reed Krakoff for accessories. Joseph Altuzarra, Phillip Lim, and Tabitha Simmons all snagged Swarovski Awards for Emerging Talent.</p><p>Considering last year&#8217;s was seriously lacking in female designers, we&#8217;re pumped to see the Olsens and Simmons take home Trovas. As was previously reported, John Waters both Rei Kawakubo&#8216;s International Award and Johnny Depp&#8216;s Fashion Icon Award.</p><p>Check out the full list of winners (and nominees) below ? and remember, the ceremony will be tomorrow at noon!</p><p>&#8212;</p><p>Womenswear Designer of the Year<br>The Nominees: , and of The Row,?and of?Proenza Schouler<br>The Winner:? and? of The Row</p><p>Menswear Designer of the Year<br>The Nominees: , ,?<br>The Winner: </p><p>Accessories Designer of the Year<br>The Nominees: , ,? and of Proenza Schouler<br>The Winner: </p><p>Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent in Womenswear<br>The Nominees: , Chris Peters and Shane Gabier of Creatures of the Wind, Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty of Suno<br>The Winner: </p><p>Swarovksi Award for Emerging Talent in Menswear<br>The Nominees: Antonio Azzuolo, Todd Snyderm,?<br>The Winner: </p><p>Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent in Accessories<br>The Nominees:?, ,?Irene Neuwirth<br>The Winner: </p><p>Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award: </p><p>International Award: </p><p>Founders Award, in honor of Eleanor Lambert: </p><p>Media Award, in honor of Eugenia Sheppard: and Garance Dore</p><p>Fashion Icon Award: Johnny Depp</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Marc Jacobs Took Off His Shirt For This Year&#8217;s CFDA Journal <p>by 12:40 pm, May 27th, 2011</p> <p>Oh how we love the CFDA Journal, the publication released every year for the organization&#8217;s Fashion Awards. Over the years, we&#8217;ve seen the journal feature wearing bunny ears, models wearing Marc Jacobs masks, and this year, Marc Jacobs wearing nothing at all.</p><p>The designer, who will receive this year&#8217;s Lifetime Achievement Award, stripped down to his birthday suit for the 2011 edition of the catalog, shot by Inez and Vinoodh. The magazine&#8217;s design director Trey Laird Women&#8217;s Wear Daily that Inez tried to make everyone naked, and that Jacobs was only too glad to oblige. (And of course he was. Have you seen for Bang?</p><p>Jacobs appears alongside nominees , and of Proenza Schouler, and whose photos look a lot like the same one that appeared in the of V Magazine.</p><p>Take a look at a few of the photos from the catalog below.</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?Fashion Folks Turn It Out For CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards <p>by 11:04 am, November 15th, 2011</p> <p>Last night&#8217;s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards emerging talent like and ? it was also an opportunity for fashion&#8217;s cool kids to show off their best duds.</p><p>Some of the styling choices were not at all surprising ? Amanda Seyfried in Prabal Gurung, Zoe Kravitz in Alexander Wang ? while others made us do a double take ( in Christopher Kane! in Marni!). Highlights included in glasses and a chest-bearing blazer, Olivia Wilde in a cutout Cushnie et Ochs dress, and Chloe Moretz in a billowy printed frock.</p><p>And let&#8217;s not forget the men! The dudes were on point last night. Waris Ahluwalia paired one of with pink suede lace-ups! wore dark jeans, a teal shirt and coordinating tie, a silk embroidered blazer, and maroon velvet loafers! There was also a whole lot of blue, courtesy of , , and . All in all, well done!</p><p>Check out the fashionable guests below. Which looks do you love?</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Style Stars Celebrate Billy Reid At Vogue CFDA Awards <p>by 1:26 pm, November 16th, 2010</p> <p>Last night some of the world&#8217;s most fashionable (and forward-thinking) people gathered at this year&#8217;s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards. The awards are awesome because they recognize and reward new talent ? past winners have included , the Proenza Schouler boys and . This year Billy Reid took home the night&#8217;s? (and $300,000).</p><p>The fund was created seven years ago to nurture emerging talent through a mentorship program and cash prizes. Runners-up Eddie Borgo and each took home $100,000.?The night&#8217;s keynote speaker was none other than , and what we would have given to hear him speak! CFDA president and Vogue editor were on hand, as were a fair share of fashion&#8217;s elite (plus the cast of Gossip Girl, naturally).</p><p>Take a peek below at who wore what and who brought who to the awards!</p><p><br> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> </p> <p> </p>?Celebrating Chanel&#8217;s New Book With Karl &#038; All Our Other Crushes <p>by 11:55 am, June 8th, 2012</p> <p></p><p>Wednesday night was a night of crushes.</p><p>You see, this was the night Chanel feted Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld&#8216;s upcoming with a swanky exhibit opening in New York City. I spent the first part of the evening fawning over halftone images featuring the likes of 113 friends of the house, including Anna Wintour, Kanye West, and Elle Fanning. I sipped champagne and enjoyed hors d&#8217;oeuvres with caviar (favorite) and beets (not so favorite ? I&#8217;m on this one). And then I came face-to-face with Pharrell Williams: thus began the night of crushes.</p><p>Pharrell is a longtime crush of mine, which makes sense given he&#8217;s a musician who skateboards and is also really into science. (High school fantasy come true, basically.) I tried to play it very cool as I lurked, waiting to interview him, but he caught on to the lurkage and called me and my partner-in-crime out. &#8220;Hey, ladies,&#8221; he said with a grin.</p><p>He told me he only had time for one question, as he was already late to another event, so I asked him what his little black jacket ? that item that he wears everywhere ? was. He thought about this for what seemed like an eternity. &#8220;Beautiful girls. I love wearing beautiful girls,&#8221; he finally answers. Blushing, I asked who his favorite beautiful girl was. &#8220;She can just lay naked in your arms and hug your neck, and you can just wear her. Right? I just tried to give you the most colorful answer right there.&#8221; You succeeded, I tell him, still blushing. &#8220;Can you imagine it?&#8221; he asked as he was whisked away by his flack. Blush on blush on blush.</p><p>I was pretty sure this encounter couldn&#8217;t be topped, but I should have known better. Not only are Chanel events impeccably produced, the guest lists are typically insane. Crush on crush on crush.</p><p>My next chat was with an editor crush, Paper&#8216;s Mickey Boardman. The nicest man in fashion told me his must-have item is &#8220;anything with sequins&#8221;. Why? &#8220;Because it turns a housewife look into something special.&#8221; And since this was Karl&#8217;s party, I had to know if the editor had ever met the designer. &#8220;I have, and I&#8217;m obsessed and amazed. But I&#8217;m only using Karl to get to his?, who I think is so hot and sexy. I&#8217;m obsessed with him and think he&#8217;s completely amazing. And Karl is amazing, and just Chanel in general is amazing. Hello, we&#8217;re at a Chanel party! Doesn&#8217;t it feel so glamourous?&#8221; Indeed.</p><p>I did another lap and saw all sorts of fabulous people ? models, designers, actors, and more ? checking out the exhibit. Zoe Kravitz made the rounds with Lisa Bonet, while Olivier Theyskens chatted with friends. Lily Collins had a gaggle of people around her, as did Joan Smalls. I peeped Karolina Kurkova and Linda Evangelista, but missed Alber Elbaz, much to my chagrin. Jessica Pare was there, too.</p><p>Then I spotted teenage model crush Lindsey Wixson. She looked flawless. When a friend came over to greet her, he hesitated to kiss her on the cheek, for fear of messing up her makeup. &#8220;I&#8217;m not wearing makeup!&#8221; she replied. But of course. When I asked if I could interview her, she bashfully told me I was the third person to request such a thing. But of course!</p><p>&#8220;It&#8217;s great working with Karl,&#8221; she told me. &#8220;You know what he wants when he&#8217;s in front of his lens. He knows exactly what he wants from you and he&#8217;s very direct.&#8221;</p><p>Before exiting the main exhibition area, I eyed the most popular guest of all: , the adorable toddler son of Karl fave Brad Kroenig. Hudson was photographed for the book and showed up to the opening in a custom LBJ. It was almost too cute to handle.</p><p>After gawking at the 3-year-old, I entered the makeshift lobby space, hoping to compose myself after all that stimulation. And then Carine waltzed in. And then Karl. I couldn&#8217;t get particularly close to the designer, thanks to his massive entourage, but alas, it was magical, as all Karl sightings are. Theophilus London was standing behind me, taking it all in. He would later give a performance at the private dinner that was thrown in the LBJ&#8217;s honor.</p><p>I saw Penn Badgley as I walked towards the exit. Dan Humphrey = TV crush! When I tried to talk to him, with his arms around Kravitz, he told me he had done all his interviews for the night. Whatever, Dan is just the poor man&#8217;s Seth Cohen.</p><p>Okay, my work here is done, I thought. I was, of course, wrong. Standing near the door, looking gorgeous and smoking a cigarette in the most glamourous of ways was grownup model crush Crystal Renn. She complimented my (head-to-toe H&amp;M) outfit, and I melted. She was in Helmut Lang, which she told me she adores along with Rick Owens ? and Chanel. And like everyone else at the party, she had some stories about Karl.</p><p>&#8220;I walked into his incredible studio, and there were 250,000 books, he says. Can you imagine?&#8221; she gushed, eyes glowing. &#8220;And can you imagine where the other books are in the other areas of his house or whatever? A collection like that, yes, I would like to have that for my own.&#8221;</p><p>Us, too! And just when I thought I was actually done for the evening, I ended up right in front of Alexander Wang: designer crush. He seemed flattered when I told him my LBJ was a coveted pair of balloon shorts he designed years ago.</p><p>Wang appears in the book and exhibit, and said working with Karl was a delight:?&#8221;He was so easy and so professional. He got me in and out in 10 minutes! It was like two days before my show, and I was in and out of fittings.&#8221; And who does he want to collaborate with? &#8220;James Jebbia of Supreme. I think he&#8217;s done amazing things at Supreme, and really created something anyone can respect.&#8221; And then we bonded about the cute skaters outside the Supreme store in Soho. Told you it was a night of crushes.</p><p>The Little Black Jacket: Chanel&#8217;s Classic Revisited exhibit is open to the public today through?June 15 at 18 Wooster St. in New York.</p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>Bonus! Here&#8217;s a little video from the night:</p><p><p><p><p><p></p> <p> </p>?Chelsea&#8217;s Wedding Dress, Tavi Top NYT&#8217;s Fashion Moments List <p>by 4:00 pm, December 31st, 2010</p> <p>As part of the media&#8217;s annual year-end love affair with listicles (current company included), and of the New York Times offered up their top ten fashion moments of the 2010 calendar year. And while both lists were filled with fitting (and somewhat predictable) pics &#8212; the death of and&#8216;s resignation come to mind &#8212; they both opened with surprising nods to pop culture and the changing face of the industry as a whole.</p><p>:</p><p>Looking back at what truly resonated with audiences outside of the fashion elite, it is tough to think of anything more substantial than the hullabaloo that took place this summer over a single dress ? one that hardly anyone had a chance to get a good look at. That, of course, was the white strapless beaded wedding gown worn by Chelsea Clinton at a top-secret ceremony in Rhinebeck, N.Y., on July 31. As it happened, it was a dress by Vera Wang, seen by the public in only a handful of official portraits released by the Clinton family. The dress had some silvery belt thing at the waist and a very tight fitted bodice, and what looked like a rushing waterfall of tulle below the waist. To no small degree of dissatisfaction among the fashion press, Ms. Clinton’s gown was not destined to be hugely influential in the tradition of bridal gowns worn by glamorous members of prominent political or royal families (i.e., Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, Princess Diana, Ivanka Trump). But frankly, she could have worn burlap and remained at the top of this list, since half the fun was in all the anticipation and speculation. You can only imagine what 2011 has in store for Kate Middleton.</p><p>: </p><p>I wouldn’t have picked Dior’s January couture collection as a major fashion moment (John Galliano punched an out-of-date ticket for the Gibson Girl), but the scene illustrated the tension between the weird and the wonderful that exists in fashion. Dior held the show in the house, so everything was creamy with intimacy ? just what editors love as they plop down next to friends ? but it soon registered that Tavi Gevinson, the 13-year-old blogger, was in the front row. Some of the editors really hit her with looks. At the Armani show that night, the stares were openly hostile. It was obvious the older Italian ladies didn’t care to see a child in their midst. And Tavi wore a big bow-shaped hat that pointedly emphasized her juvenile stature. The fact is half the people were still in the dark about what was happening. Blogs? Strange ruminations from a girl’s bedroom in Chicago? They were still politely applauding satin ball gowns that Charles James would have whipped up in his sleep at the Chelsea Hotel.</p><p>They&#8217;re both worth a read, but Horyn&#8217;s makes for a particularly biting and nuanced take on the year that was.</p><p> [NYT]<br> [NYT]</p><p>Related:</p><p><br><br><br></p> <p> </p>?FLASH FASHION: Derek Lam Embraces Minimalism <p>by 3:31 pm, September 12th, 2010</p> <p>A few days ago we met and were all, &#8220;.&#8221; Besides being incredibly talented, he is also super personable and really smart. As such, it didn&#8217;t surprise us that the thoughtful designer excerpted a New Yorker article about minimalism to explain the inspiration for his ? you guessed it ? minimalist collection.</p><p>V-necks and angles pervaded, with neutral tones and even a bit of denim infusing a mostly black and white palate. Elegant long gowns and careful tailoring kept the aesthetic clean and fresh. Word on the street is many show-goers were too hungover from last night&#8217;s Alexander Wang party to fully appreciate Lam&#8217;s show, which is a shame, because (like Lam himself) it was really quite smart.</p><p><br> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> </p> <p> </p>?WATCH: DvF Defends Women And Waists Around The World <p>by 1:40 pm, September 7th, 2010</p> <p><br>No one needs to tell us that designs some of the most flattering clothing out there &#8212; but it&#8217;s still amazing to see how staunchly she sticks to her &#8220;It Must Look Good!&#8221; guns. Full Frontal Fashion &#8212; the geniuses behind Sundance Channel&#8217;s &#8220;The Day Before&#8221; series &#8212; has released some of this season&#8217;s episodes. And while it&#8217;s always fun to watch count out his models and wax poetic on his inspiration, it&#8217;s von Furstenberg&#8217;s tirade against the boyfriend blazer that has us swooning.</p><p>In the first video, von Furstenberg rails against the idea that one of her looks needs a &#8220;boyfriend blazer&#8221; to toughen it up. </p><p>&#8220;It&#8217;s a boring boyfriend!&#8221; she says. &#8220;I like the concept, but it&#8217;s not flattering. It makes her thick.&#8221; And when the employee argues that they need one because &#8220;it&#8217;s a fashion statement,&#8221; von Furstenberg responds flatly, &#8220;I don&#8217;t care about fashion. I care about women.&#8221; </p><p>Snap.</p><p>WATCH:</p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p></p><p>In the second video, von Furstenberg continues to expound on her pro-female manifesto. </p><p>&#8220;When a women wakes up and opens her closet, my clothes are her friends&#8230; And that&#8217;s why I&#8217;m so particular.&#8221;</p><p>And as someone who has woken up, opened her closet, and thought every item was an enemy out to get her, von Furstenberg&#8217;s particularity is right on the money.</p><p>WATCH:</p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p></p><p>More videos .</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Super Sexy DJ Diplo Models For Alexander Wang <p>by 3:32 pm, February 2nd, 2011</p> <p>When we saw the (or are they ?) for T by Alexander Wang, we totally freaked out ? and it wasn&#8217;t because we&#8217;re with the young designer. No, it&#8217;s because they star Diplo.</p><p>For the uninitiated, Diplo is something of a hometown hero in Philly (a place this blogger spent four very formative years). You might know the DJ from his work with ex-girlfriend MIA (whose spot he blew up in that underminey Times ), or maybe from his Major Lazer . He&#8217;s super cute, super cool and super talented. So yeah, totally crushworthy and in keeping with the downtown Wang aesthetic.</p><p>Check out the ads (which also feature model Ashley Smith), and watch Style.com&#8216;s with Wang below!<br></p><p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <br></p><p></p> <p> </p>?Fashion Awards Honor Emerging Talent: Who Made The Cut? <p>by 4:28 pm, January 3rd, 2012</p> <p></p><p>Awards season is upon us! While there are plenty of entertainment award shows coming up (Golden Globes! Oscars! Grammys!), there are also quite a few fashion awards to be given out. Today both the finalists for Fashion Group International&#8217;s Rising Star awards and the winners of the Ecco Domani Fashion Fund awards for emerging designers were announced.</p><p>The are each given $25,000 to be used towards producing collections for New York Fashion Week. This year&#8217;s winners are Correll Correll, Eighteenth, Haus Alkire, and Sunhee for womenswear, Tim Coppens for menswear, Dezso by Sara Baltran for accessories, and Titania Inglis for sustainable design. Past winners have included the likes of Alexander Wang, Proenza Schouler, and Rodarte.</p><p>While the Ecco Domani awards are decided upon by an impressive panel of judges that includes the likes of Sally Singer and Kim Hastreiter, the are voted on by the group&#8217;s 1200 members. Last year cast their votes, so hopefully turnout will be a little higher this time around. In any event, here are the nominees:</p><p>Women’s ready-to-wear:<br>Wes Gordon<br>Nary Manivong and Alexandria Hilfiger of Nahm<br>Elene Cassis<br>Joel Diaz and Christina LaPens of Jolibe<br>Norman Ambrose<br>Nara Paz of Nara Paz Design Internationale<br>Misha Nonoo of Nonoo<br>Stacy Lomman of Stacy Lomman: New York<br>Steven McDermott of Stevie Mac New York</p><p>Men’s apparel:<br>Simon Spurr<br>Rob Magness of Grown &amp; Sewn<br>Ian Velardi<br>Luis M. Fernandez of Number: Lab</p><p>Accessories:<br>Deborah Sawath of Thale Blanc<br>Ron Donovan<br>Katherine Kim of Roman &amp; Sunstone<br>Michelle Vale<br>Blythe Harris of Stella &amp; Dot<br>Serra Turker of Misela Inc.<br>Adriana Castro, and Michelle Watson of Mimi &amp; Lu.</p><p>Fine jewelry:<br>Jessica Kagan Cushman of Jessica Kagan Cushman Studio<br>Wendy Brandes<br>Torrubia &amp; Torrubia sisters Yolanda Torrubia and Amaia Torrubia.</p><p>Retail:<br>Randi Jacobson of Realm<br>Tom Wilscam of Hommage Atelier by Julien Farel<br>Vasken Demirjian of Vasken Demirjian Salon.</p><p>Corporate fragrance:<br>Remi Pulverail of Givaudan Fragrances<br>Donna Ramanauskas of Robertet Fragrances<br>Celine Barel of International Flavors &amp; Fragrances Inc.<br>Sue Saadat of Nars Cosmetics</p><p>Fragrance entrepreneur:<br>Kelly Van Gogh of Kelly Van Gogh Hair Colour Cosmetics<br>David Moltz of D.S. &amp; Durga<br>Kaya Sorhaindo of Six Scents Parfums<br>Worker B’s Michael Sedlacek and Liesa Helfen</p><p>Home/interior design:<br>Tamara Eaton of Tamara Eaton Design<br>Joe Manus of Shiner International<br>Coco of Cococozy</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Anna Wintour Corrals 22 Designers Into Campaigning For Obama <p>by 11:01 am, January 9th, 2012</p> <p></p><p>Fashion&#8217;s heaviest hitters are throwing their collective weight behind Barack Obama&#8216;s reelection campaign, and they&#8217;re being led by none other than?.</p><p>Wintour has been a vocal supporter of Obama, hosting of for the president. This latest effort is called Runway to Win, and is a sequel to 2008&#8242;s . Vogue has helped round up 22 designers ? including, , , , and ? to design items to benefit the Obama Victory Fund. Expect to see Obama-branded tees, bags, and more go on sale on Thursday. In addition, Wintour will host a Runway to Win fundraising event in February, which could very well coincide with Fashion Week.</p><p>Of course, this project is not without controversy. LVMH execs didn&#8217;t want its brands to participate, for fear of losing Republican customers. According to , Marc Jacobs defied LVMH&#8217;s wishes after getting pressured by Vogue and Wintour. Conversely, LVMH-owned declined to participate, even though it took part in Runway to Change. It should be noted that executives and employees of fashion brands contributed nearly twice as much money to Obama&#8217;s campaign as they did to John McCain&#8217;s campaign during the 2008 presidential election.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?NYFW Invites Get Lost In The Mail? You Won&#8217;t Miss A Thing <p>by 10:28 am, September 9th, 2010</p> <p>Fashion Week is finally here, and if our calendars, heart rates, and the fact that the is currently taking an hour to load are any indication, this one is going to be a doozy. But for those of you not in New York or not going to the shows &#8212; both which are also known as &#8220;the majority&#8221; &#8212; you don&#8217;t have to feel left out. Not only will we be, posting, and publishing as much coverage as our WiFi will allow, but a huge portion of designers and sites have arranged to livestream the shows. So many that even the New York Times about it!</p><p>But we&#8217;ve taken what the Times did and ran with it. Here&#8217;s a list of every designer &#8212; organized alphabetically &#8212; whose show you&#8217;ll be able to find online, plus a few more resources thrown in. All times are EST.</p><p>We&#8217;ll be continually updating this list, so let us know if we&#8217;re missing any at tips@styleite.com.</p><p>A<br>ADAM, Saturday, September 11th, 2PM, at .<br>, Saturday, September 11th, 5PM, at .<br>, Wednesday, September 15th, 6PM, at .<br> Altazurra, Saturday, September 11th, 8PM, at .</p><p>B<br> Badgley Mischka, Tuesday, September 14th, 10AM, at .<br>BCBG Max Azria, Friday, September 10th, 10am, at .<br>, Monday, September 13th, 6PM, at .<br>Backstage at Betsey Johnson, Monday, September 13th, 6PM, at.<br>Buckler, Friday, September 10th, 1PM, at .</p><p>C<br>Calvin Klein, Thursday, September 16th, 3PM, at .<br>, Monday, September 13th, 11AM, at <br>, Sunday, September 12th, 5PM, at .<br>, Monday, September 13th, 10AM, at .<br>, Thursday, September 9th, 2PM, at .<br>Concept Korea, Thursday, September 9th, 7PM, at .<br>, Saturday, September 11th, 4PM, at .</p><p>D<br> New York, Monday, September 13th, 2PM, at <br>DKNY, Sunday, September 12th, 1PM, at .</p><p>I<br>, Thursday, September 16th, 12PM, at.</p><p>J<br>Jenny Packham, Monday, September 13th, 9AM, at .</p><p>M<br>, Monday, September 13th, 8PM, .<br> Marc by Marc Jacobs, Wednesday, September 14th, 10AM, at .<br>, Wednesday, September 15th, 10AM, at .<br>Marchesa, Wednesday, September 15th, 4PM, at .<br>Milly By , Wednesday, September 15th, 3PM, at .</p><p>N<br>, Thursday, September 16th, 7PM, at .<br>, Wednesday, September 15th, 11AM, at .<br>, Tuesday, September 14th, 8PM, at .<br>, Friday, September 10th, 5PM, at .</p><p>O<br>Odd Molly, Wednesday, September 15th, 5PM, at .<br>, Thursday, September 16th, 5PM, at , .</p><p>P<br>Perry Ellis, Monday, September 13th, 7PM, at .<br>, Friday, September 10, 9:15AM at .<br>3.1 , Wednesday, September 15th, 2PM, at .<br>Ports 1961, Friday, September 10th, 3PM, at .<br>, Saturday, September 11th, 1PM, at <br> Proenza Schouler, Wednesday, September 15th, 8PM, at .</p><p>R<br>, Sunday, September 12th, 2PM, at .<br>Richie Rich, Thursday, September 9th, 9PM, at .<br>Rosa Cha, Tuesday, September 14th, 1PM, at .</p><p>S<br>Simon Spurr, Sunday, September 12th, 11AM, at .</p><p>T<br>, Sunday, September 14th, 8PM, at .<br>, Monday, September 13th, 1PM, at </p><p>V<br>, Tuesday, September 14th, 11AM, at .<br>, Saturday, September 11th, 3PM, at.</p> <p> </p>?EXCLUSIVE: Fashion Stars Pose With Their Musical Muses For W <p>by 11:22 am, June 20th, 2011</p> <p></p><p></p><p>The theme of W&#8216;s July issue is music and style, and while we loved the mag&#8217;s on Beyonce, our favorite spread involves 10 designers and their stylish musical muses.</p><p>The Max Vadukul-shot are both intimate and glamorous, and the pairings are almost too much to handle. These are some of our favorite people!?? Check. ? Check. There&#8217;s even in a bathtub! And did we mention Yoko Ono and the Proenza Schouler boys? So. So. Good.</p><p>Also so good? What these fashion-music friends have to say about each other. For example, Karl on Janelle: &#8220;We liked each other from the first second on. Not just because of our style, but also the name: Janelle rhymes with Chanel, no?&#8221; And Diplo on Wang: &#8220;Before, I&#8217;d talk to girls about my music and they&#8217;d say, &#8216;Yeah, that&#8217;s cool.&#8217; Now I tell them I&#8217;m in the Alex Wang ads, and they want to have my children.&#8221; Oh, and there&#8217;s even an by Deborah Harry.</p><p>Check out the photos below (the rest can be found , by the way). Which is your favorite?</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>Go to W Magazine&#8217;s for access to more exclusive videos of top designers and their musical muses.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?THE GOODS: Gap Gets Back On Track With Soft, Flattering Tees <p>by 6:24 pm, February 6th, 2012</p> <p>Gap has been a for quite some time now, but it appears as though they&#8217;re mounting a comeback.</p><p>Having of Patrick Robertson, it looks like Gap has given up on the fashion-conscious look the once proclaimed &#8220;either girly and pretty or androgynous in an Oliver Twist goes to a Nirvana concert sort of way&#8221;. Bring back we say! If they can&#8217;t keep up with trendy J.Crew, why not beat American Apparel at it&#8217;s own game? Make us the best T-shirts ever! And so they have.</p><p>We haven&#8217;t gotten a chance to try out Gap&#8217;s new line, but it reminds us a whole lot of the awesome collection (or even our beloved ). The cuts seem flattering, the fabric (jersey, pima cotton, and a hint of cashmere) looks soft, and the colors are nice. The price point is also quite lovely ?? the tees retail from $24 to $68.</p><p></p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?The Glee Cast Will Help You Shop During Fashion&#8217;s Night Out <p>by 2:48 pm, August 1st, 2011</p> <p>The third annual Fashion&#8217;s Night Out will involve its usual bevy of models, designers, and celebrities, but this time stars of the hit show Glee will be there to help you shop.?Cast members including?Lea Michele, Diana Agron, Corey Monteith, Chris Colfer, and Darren Criss have been selected as spokespeople to appear in stores from New York to Los Angeles.</p><p>The brainchild of Anna Wintour, the Sept. 8 initiative?is a global retail event in which participating stores offer special products, discounts, and extended hours. This year, e-commerce sites such as Net-a-Porter and Shopbop will make their debut alongside well-established brands (last year&#8217;s list boasted Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors, and Gucci, among others).</p><p>According to Page Six, Bee Shaffer in the collaboration. The Vogue editor&#8217;s daughter, who is an intern at Glee creator Ryan Murphy&#8217;s production company, came up with the idea to involve the show.</p><p>Judging by previous years&#8217; antics, we wouldn&#8217;t be surprised if the cast got swept up in the excitement. Perhaps they&#8217;ll even burst into song (like?Sarah Jessica Parker, Bette Midler, and Oscar de la Renta)?or dance (with Alexander Wang and his supermodel posse in the windows of his store). Hopefully there won&#8217;t be any crazy burglaries, as in the case of .</p><p>What is for sure is that there will be plenty of entertainment, whether it&#8217;s sartorial shenanigans or celebrity sightings. If you&#8217;re a fun-loving fashionista, this is an extravaganza you won&#8217;t want to miss.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Behind The Scenes Of Bazaar With Altuzarra, Alex Wang, &#038; Terry Richardson <p>by 9:57 am, September 9th, 2012</p> <p>Harper&#8217;s Bazaar is bringing social media to print in a new editorial called &#8220;I&#8217;ll Tumblr For Ya&#8221;.</p><p>The magazine&#8217;s October issue will include the?-lensed editorial, which is all inspired by social blogging site Tumblr and features designers and tumbling, in the gymnastic sense. Clever, no? The magazine will be revealing more behind-the-scenes images of the shoot throughout Fashion Week on its own (how fitting) and will launch the full editorial as well as a video on the 14th, but for now, we have the first few photos in the gallery below. Enjoy!</p><p>******</p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>[]</p>?In Which We Welcome Heidi Klum To The Blogosphere <p>by 12:55 pm, May 30th, 2011</p> <p>Because needs competition, supermodel launched her very own fashion and with AOL last week. But instead of the sleek, black and white Internet home of a fashion expert we expected, Klum&#8217;s website caters to people looking for tips on how to manage their kids, careers, wardrobes and exercise routines. Klum&#8217;s crack squad of experts in various fields will help her disseminate advice on everything from home design to health and wellness.</p><p>And when you think about it, it&#8217;s a really smart idea for Klum to broaden her brand from fashion and fitness to the whole lifestyle shebang. Alongside pictures of what Klum wears every day ( it&#8217;s an dress with nude pumps) readers find promises of what&#8217;s to come: posts about relationships and parenting and everything else that could make a busy person&#8217;s hectic, modern life run a little smoother. Is it original? Not quite. But Klum&#8217;s already so much of a brand in her own right that name recognition alone might prompt people to ask, &#8220;What would Heidi do?&#8221; What better place to put the answers to that question than her own website?</p><p>It hasn&#8217;t been up and running for very long, but we&#8217;d bet that Klum will soon have a huge digital fanbase.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?How To Get The Most Out Of New York Fashion Week With Styleite <p>by Styleite Staff 6:40 pm, February 8th, 2012</p> <p></p><p>Fashion Week is here, friends! We have all sorts of exciting plans that involve?Alexander Wang, Oscar de la Renta, and even an S&amp;M dog fashion show, and we want to make sure you get to join in the fun.</p><p>The fall 2012 shows officially start tomorrow and continue through next Thursday ? and there are lots and lots of them! And parties, too! So, how can you get the most out of the Week of Fashion?</p><p>1. Follow us on for up-to-the-minute show and party updates. The account will be chock full of NYFW goodness, and you can also follow our individual accounts (, , and ) for even more coverage.</p><p>2. Follow us on for extra pictures and behind-the-scenes content. Like things. Reblog things. .</p><p>3. Check out all the livestreamed shows for the comfort of your own home and/or office (we won&#8217;t tell your boss). will be streaming 19 shows including Calvin Klein, DKNY, and Betsey Johnson. KCD will roll out its site with Prabal Gurung&#8216;s at 11:30 on Feb. 15. And last but not least, Made will be streaming shows from the likes of Proenza Schouler, Peter Som, and more over at the and via an interactive app.</p> <p> </p>?WATCH: Iris Apfel Shows Off Her Singing Rabbit Doll In New Documentary <p>by 1:38 pm, August 30th, 2012</p> <p>The trailer for &#8216;s !</p><p>In addition to designing , ,?,?and , and thinking about , Apfel is the star of a new documentary by Albert Maysles. We just watched the trailer, and our hearts are exploding.</p><p>In the clip, the 91-year-old style icon (she just celebrated her birthday yesterday!) doles out words of wisdom to students (&#8220;I think style is all about attitude.&#8221;), poses on the red carpet with and Alexis Bittar, approves jewelry designs, and gives us a peek inside her home. She has a singing rabbit doll! </p><p>Watch it right here:</p><p></p> <p> </p>?Is The Asian Models Trend Just A Trend? <p>by 12:47 pm, January 26th, 2011</p> <p>It&#8217;s been a really good few days for Asian fashion models. First Louis Vuitton Taiwanese-Canadian actor Godfrey Gao for its spring campaign, then a gorgeous young Filipina named Danica Magpantay the Ford Supermodel of the Year competition. And earlier today, showed his for Givenchy with a group comprised of entirely Asian models.</p><p>Sadly, this doesn&#8217;t say that the tide of change is washing over the all-white landscape of the modeling industry. It says that modeling, like fashion, is powerfully susceptible to a good trend.</p><p>For months now fashion magazines have been featuring Asian models as though they were the only ones they could hire. First there was a in Vogue featuring Asian models exclusively, in response to the of Asian-American designers like , and . But it&#8217;s 2011. That it has taken so long for this title and titles like it to feature Asian models is a little disheartening. </p><p>And despite the fact that Asian models are en vogue, they&#8217;re still not really in Vogue.There has still never been an Asian model &#8212; or an Asian woman, for that matter, on the cover of the American glossy. Unless you count the from December 1917. (And you shouldn&#8217;t.)</p><p>Even more telling? Magpantay&#8217;s runners up in the were both white as snow. One was from Poland, and the other was from Lithuania.</p><p>Don&#8217;t get us wrong: any additional modicum of melanin in fashion is definitely a good thing. What we&#8217;re most concerned about is that this time next year, designers and casting agents will have fallen back into the same pattern of throwing out an runway show.</p><p>But for now, congratulations to the beautiful Asian women (and men) who finally getting their due in the fashion industry. You deserve the limelight. We&#8217;re just hoping that now you&#8217;re there, you stay there.</p><p><br>Givency&#8217;s Spring 2011 Couture collection.</p><p> [Ford Models Blog]<br> [The Cut]<br> [Vogue]</p> <p> </p>?Why Isn&#8217;t James Franco Wearing A Suit On GQ&#8217;s New Cover? <p>by 4:40 pm, November 16th, 2010</p> <p>GQ&#8216;s annual Men of the Year always features famous guys who are given different monikers of awesomeness. This year, James Franco shines as the magazine&#8217;s Leading Man. And we certainly can&#8217;t say he doesn&#8217;t deserve it, especially given all the hard work he&#8217;s done (and the photos of him in we spotted in October).</p><p>But what gives us pause is the clothing &#8212; or relative lack thereof &#8212; that Franco is wearing in his cover shot. Unlike the other three formally dressed male cover stars (and Scarlett Johannson in , who we&#8217;ll get to later), Franco assumes a rather casual pose in a rumpled red t-shirt from Armani Exchange and nothing else.</p><p>And while there&#8217;s nothing wrong with rumpled red t-shirts from Armani Exchange, the era of GQ has generally meant that guys who got covers had to suit up. With the exception of Clint Eastwood&#8216;s cover last December and this November&#8217;s cover with , we can&#8217;t remember a single GQ cover guy in recent history who wasn&#8217;t at least wearing a tie, and Franco was wearing both a coat and a tie when he covered the book in September 2008. (It&#8217;s worth mentioning that women on the cover of the magazine generally wear very little.)</p><p>But maybe Franco&#8217;s t-shirt is a good thing &#8212; maybe in some weird way Jim Moore and are trying to tell us that gentlemen should be as comfortable in a suit as they are in their favorite t-shirt.</p><p>Or maybe Franco&#8217;s just a badass and refused to wear a blazer. Check out the looks below (including the unfortunately annointed Babe of the Year Scarlett Johannson) and let us know where Franco&#8217;s shot stacks up with the rest.</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>[Photos via ] </p> <p> </p>?Jam Of The Day: Justin Bieber v. Azealia Banks <p>by 4:22 pm, March 26th, 2012</p> <p>This morning we had a serious case of the Mondays, and then we were gifted with not one but TWO nuggets of pop near-perfection. LET US DISCUSS.</p><p>First up is&#8216;s latest, &#8220;Fuck Up The Fun&#8221;, which a friend of ours described as &#8220;laughably awesome&#8221;. The drums! The rapid-fire rhymes! Also, it was produced by / Diplo. Here, listen:</p><p></p><p>And then there&#8217;s Justin Bieber channeling that other Justin in the Timberlake-infused &#8220;Boyfriend&#8221;. The lyrics are questionable (Swag swag swag, on you / Chillin&#8217; by the fire while we eatin’ fondue), but the chorus is like crack. For context, it was produced by the less crushworthy Mike Posner:</p><p><p><p><p></p><p>So, which is better? Banks beats Bieber in pretty much everything ever, but we just can&#8217;t get &#8220;Boyfriend&#8221; out of our heads. Let&#8217;s just call it a draw.</p> <p> </p>?Kanye Chose New York Fashion Week Over The Grammys <p>by 1:48 pm, February 14th, 2011</p> <p>Fashion Week has officially taken over our lives, and it looks like it&#8217;s taken over the life of our favorite , too. Kanye was spotted around the tents and assorted other fashionable locales this weekend, but there is one place he wasn&#8217;t: the Grammys.</p><p>But what about his super amazing album? The one that had that ? How did that not get nominated? Well, it wasn&#8217;t eligible for this year&#8217;s Grammys because it was released in November, and the for the 2010 awards is September (dumb, we agree). So it wasn&#8217;t that Kanye was snubbing the awards because they snubbed him. (In fact, &#8220;Power&#8221; was nominated for Best Rap Solo Performance since it was released in July.)</p><p>Though it&#8217;s odd he missed out on what many consider music&#8217;s biggest night, maybe the scales have finally tipped in the favor of fashion? It , after all! Kanye sat front row at the Alexander Wang and Band of Outsiders shows on Saturday, which seems pretty in tune with his cool dude aesthetic. Our very own EIC ran into Yeezy on ? they apparently just missed each other at Tory Burch.</p><p>But Kanye is no stranger to Fashion Week. Among the shows he attended last season were Phillip Lim (who outfitted his &#8220;Runaway&#8221; )?and?Jeremy Scott. Let&#8217;s hope he makes some repeat appearances, since we also have tickets to Scott&#8217;s show on Wednesday. Anyway, the way we see it, fashion FTW!<br></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: First Impressions Of Kanye&#8217;s Paris Fashion Show <p>by 7:43 pm, October 1st, 2011</p> <p>Kanye West&#8216;s runway in Paris is still warm from the parade of models who came down wearing his freshman effort at a serious fashion line. But the critics have started to speak up, and, unfortunately for him, most of their words are cold.</p><p></p><p>On its face, Dw by Kanye West (or KW by Kanye West, depending on which wire service you&#8217;re asking) is a collection of clothing trying to say something new. From a critical perspective, however, the clothes made up an overreaching attempt at artistry that failed where no collection dares fail: it didn&#8217;t fit, it wasn&#8217;t practical, it wasn&#8217;t easy to wear.</p><p> of The Wall Street Journal that it was a good thing West &#8220;has a solid day job.&#8221; of The New York Times must have felt simiarly. She &#8220;Next season Kanye should get a tailor so clothes might fit. Models swimming in some looks.&#8221;</p><p></p><p>Initially we thought the response was perhaps a little harsh for a first collection, but then we remembered another famous fashion person, Carine Roitfeld, telling us that West knows so much about fashion he could teach it. Maybe that&#8217;s why so many designers and fashion-famous people sat in the front row at this show: , , and , , and all turned up. We don&#8217;t know if they were disappointed, but we were a little underwhelmed. This collection wasn&#8217;t bad, but it wasn&#8217;t the knockout line of clothes we&#8217;d been expecting from all the hype and the drama and buildup that surrounded it.</p><p>So what went awry? Well, for starters some of the materials seemed out of place. There was more fur and ribbed leather and knitwear than you could shake a stick at, none of which seems all that desirable in springtime. Then again, West&#8217;s slashed dresses seemed airy enough to allow a few cool breezes to reach the skin &#8212; though we should point out those same slashes called to mind a cartoon mummy coming unwrapped.</p><p></p><p>The accessories, too, seemed a touch overwrought &#8212; West paired a relatively simple knit dress with a fur backpack so large it looked like the model wearing it might fall onto her back from its weight. Then there were the shoes, some of which were so strappy they might have been used as whips. Others looked like the sleeves of cable knit sweaters found a final resting place at the wearer&#8217;s ankles. [Author's note: I'm actually a little into those shoes. Sue me.]</p><p>But don&#8217;t fret, there are a few bright spots: Kanye showed pants! So many pairs of pants, and interesting, sparkly ones at that. And it certainly felt different than the other shows we&#8217;ve seen so far during Paris Fashion Week. And perhaps with time, that difference will become a distinct point of view and an ability to dress women&#8217;s bodies in substance and in style.</p><p>Take a look at a few pieces of the collection, below.</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?Kanye West&#8217;s Shoes Are Going To Be As Sick As His Runway Guestlist <p>by 5:29 pm, September 30th, 2011</p> <p><br>Because in our world there is no such thing as too much Kanye West news, we&#8217;ve got even more details about his upcoming collection which is scheduled to bow in Paris on Saturday night. Most sensationally: the absolutely insane guestlist. Most fashion-y: the high profile designer he&#8217;s got working on his shoes.</p><p>, among those expected to attend are Jay-Z, Beyonce, Ciara, , , , Lindsay Lohan, Jessica Szhor,, Azzedine Alaia, , , Silvia Fendi,, and and .</p><p></p><p>Did you catch all that? Because, wow. You don&#8217;t usually see that much designer weight thrown around the front row. As for the sure to be fabulous footwear, wasn&#8217;t just teasing when he he was maybe working on a collection with West. Please excuse our seriously rusty translation of Vogue Paris&#8217; , here&#8217;s the jist:</p><p>After collaborating on a collection of sneakers with Louis Vuitton, Kanye West will present his first ready-to-wear collection on October 1 at 9:30PM. If you are one of the lucky few able to attend, you may have already heard that the American rapper has called on Giuseppe Zanotti to create the shoes for his show. Like Robert Clergerie for Carven or Rupert Sanderson at Maxime Simoens, the Italian cobbler has created four exclusive designs for Kanye West. Further details on his inspiration or model lineup have yet to be revealed. </p><p></p><p>Honestly, even if West&#8217;s collection on Saturday is an outright disaster (which, for the record, we highly doubt it will be; have you seen ?), he should congratulate himself on having the most buzzy show of the season. And in fashion, that&#8217;s nothing to shake a stick at. </p><p>[ via ,.]</p> <p> </p>?PHOTO: The Kardashian Holiday Kard Is Full Of Fashion <p>by 12:59 pm, December 16th, 2010</p> <p>This is news to us, but apparently the Kardashians release a seriously styled, over-the-top, and, honestly, pretty darn airbrushed Christmas Card every year. Well, this year&#8217;s is here and while it&#8217;s certainly in the vein of past years &#8212; seriously styled, over-the-top, and pretty darn airbrushed &#8212; we can safely say that the fashion in this one takes the cake. There&#8217;s McQueen, a bespoke suit for a one-year-old, and lots and lots of vintage.</p><p>The credits, :</p><p>Kim is wearing an Emilio Pucci dress and vintage earrings.</p><p>Khloe is wearing a Monique Lhuillier gown, Monica Rose belt and a Heather Belle bracelet.</p><p>Kylie is wearing a black and black/nude strapless gown by Lee Klabin, Vera Wang necklace and bracelet and Sermoneta gloves.</p><p>Kourtney is wearing an Alexander McQueen tuxedo, Dolce &#038; Gabbana shirt, Christian Louboutin shoes and vintage earrings.</p><p>Kris is wearing a Pamela Roland gown and vintage earrings.</p><p>Mason is wearing a custom Astor &#038; Black suit, Ralph Lauren shirt, Pucci pocket square and Ralph Lauren shoes.</p><p>Kendall is wearing an Ina Soltani dress, a Nicholson black cropped jacket, Christian Louboutin shoes and vintage earrings.</p><p>Rob is wearing an Ermenegildo Zegna suit.</p><p>Bruce is wearing an Armani suit.</p><p>Lamar and Scott are wearing their own suits.</p><p>This is the card and &#8212; while we have you &#8212; we figured we may as well take a walk down the Kardashian Christmas memory lane. We managed to dig up seven cards from year&#8217;s past, but couldn&#8217;t figure out all the dates. Let&#8217;s just call them vintage. Enjoy!</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Kate Middleton Wore A Coat Dress For Her First Solo Appearance <p>by 6:14 pm, February 8th, 2012</p> <p>Whelp, Kate Middleton and getting back into the groove of life as a working royal. How she manages to stay so calm and well-rested is beyond us, but she showed up to an art exhibit opening on Wednesday looking as fresh as a daisy. A daisy wearing a coat dress, we mean.</p><p>For the opening of a at London&#8217;s National Portrait Gallery, the duchess donned a gray coat dress from Jesire, a now-defunct British brand we hadn&#8217;t heard of until today. As far as we can tell, it used to sell pretty clothes with a classic bent at affordable (like, Macy&#8217;s affordable, not &#8220;&#8220;) prices. Of course to class it up a bit, Her Royal Highness paired the dress with simple black pumps, a bracelet festooned with diamonds and her signature loose curls.</p><p>Anyway, Kate&#8217;s back in action. Long live the queen! Take a look at her supremely cute ensemble below.</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?Kelly Cutrone&#8217;s Clothing Line Started With A Shouting Match <p>by 11:47 am, March 8th, 2011</p> <p>Some people spend years trying to start their own clothing line. Others meet wealthy, influential strangers on the street and start yelling at each other. That&#8217;s how fashion PR guru and fashion investor (and ex-husband of ) Chris Burch started their new clothing line, The Electric Love Army.</p><p>Or at least that&#8217;s the story they WWD. Cutrone, her business partner Robyn Berkely and Burch sat down with the newspaper to talk about everything from the women who inspire the line, who they&#8217;re making it for, where it will be sold and what they hope to accomplish with it.</p><p>Burch, who is the chairman of , the eponymous label designed by his ex-wife, and Cutrone, who runs public relations firm People&#8217;s Revolution, teamed up after a chance meeting in New York&#8217;s SoHo neighborhood. They started yelling at each other about whether or not the building &#8216;s new store is in was up for rent (Burch was in front of the building, Cutrone was seated at a nearby cafe), and in a matter of minutes they were talking about the business of fashion. </p><p>At this point, Burch has invested $5 million into the company, which will produce &#8220;sexy, fun and affordable&#8221; clothing for young women that should be available early next year. It&#8217;s inspired by women like Joan Jett, Cher, Katy Perry and Debbie Harry &#8212; Cutrone wants to use these &#8220;strong and iconic&#8221; women to make her customers feel empowered. The clothing is all priced between $30 and $300, with $77 as the mean price. In an attempt to appeal to socially conscious women, none of the garments will use leather.</p><p>Cutrone and Berkley are making smart choices there &#8212; in their role shepherding 20 to 30 brands a year into the light of the press, they say they&#8217;ve observed a lot of business and taken notes on what they could have done better. It&#8217;s well-priced, it&#8217;s already got great cachet by virtue of Cutrone&#8217;s situation, and it&#8217;s probably going to get better press than most clothing launches. With the possible exception of the Katy Perry reference, we&#8217;re excited. </p><p> [WWD]</p> <p> </p>?Opening Ceremony Founders Are Kenzo&#8217;s New Creative Directors <p>by 11:07 am, July 12th, 2011</p> <p>Opening Ceremony is one of the coolest companies around, and its owners Humberto Leon and Carol Lim are . The two have a lot whole on their collective plate, but they&#8217;re poised to get even busier as the new creative directors of Kenzo.</p><p>LVMH-owned Kenzo is , and bringing Leon and Lim on board makes a lot of sense. In its &#8217;70s heyday, the brand mixed Japanese and European influences for a playful, eclectic effect. This sounds right up their alley! Of course our question is this: how will the dynamic duo have the time? They have quite a few balls in the air in regards to OC ? two stores in New York, one in LA, ?one in Tokyo, shops in the Beijing and Hong Kong Lane Crawford outposts, an online store, in-house collaborations, and a private label collection that is sold in 300 stores around the globe. Whew.</p><p>Kenzo will focus on growing business in Asia and reentering the American market. They already have a large presence in Europe that includes boutiques (there are 100 stores worldwide) and a healthy wholesale business. The brand sees itself aligned with contemporary brands (read: Alexander Wang, Rag &amp; Bone), and will price accordingly; dresses will range from a couple hundred to a couple thousand dollars.</p><p>Leon and Lim aren&#8217;t designers (they&#8217;re, for all intents and purposes, super sick merchants), so they&#8217;ll be assembling a design team to work under them while they split their time between Paris and New York. Their debut collection will be shown in October and roll out to stores next spring. They will also be responsible for overseeing a store design overhaul.</p><p>Suffice to say, we&#8217;re extremely excited to see what these two cook up. If anyone can resuscitate the brand, it&#8217;s them.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?The Night We Watched Lady Gaga Get Tattooed In A Giant Perfume Bottle <p>by 6:25 pm, September 14th, 2012</p> <p><br>For all the intense pressure, heated arguments, and hot young things we&#8217;ve seen over the past eight days, we kind of expected New York Fashion Week to go out with a bang. Instead, it went out with a night spent watching get tattooed inside a giant bottle of her new perfume, &#8220;Fame.&#8221;</p><p>The party was a &#8220;black tie masquerade&#8221; held in the atrium of the Guggenheim Museum, but it was not quite the Eyes Wide Shut bacchanal that description might suggest. Not that the ingredients weren&#8217;t there: guests were greeted by a line of shirtless, harness-wearing sentinels, after which we were offered jalapeno margaritas served in smoking goblets, and invited to gawk at the oversized egg that was the focal point of the room. Partygoers like (in bejeweled devil horns) and Yoko Ono (in a tall top hat) got into the spirit of the evening and abided by the invitation&#8217;s instructions to wear a &#8220;mask, hat, tiara, crown, or lobster.&#8221; Even queens of debauchery Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan were allegedly in the house, though they spent the night tucked away from the crowd on one of the museum&#8217;s upper floors.</p><p>Alas, the evening wasn&#8217;t quite as wild as you might think. Following a screening of &#8216;s promotional short for the fragrance, Gaga appeared in the life-sized &#8220;Fame&#8221; bottle (&#8220;the world&#8217;s first black eau de parfum&#8220;) and remained there, ostensibly sleeping, for an hour as people were invited to come up and grab her hand to shake her awake. When she finally did rouse herself, it was for precisely 15 minutes of David Bowie&#8216;s &#8220;Fame,&#8221; after which she re-entered the egg with a team of hair and makeup artists to touch up that head of hers. Once that was done, Gaga called in a tattoo artist and got a cherub inked on the back of her head. Oh, and did we mention all of this was being live-streamed on a giant screen for all to see?</p><p>The response was mixed. Many onlookers bandied about Marina Abramovic comparisons, however, while some gave the performance rave reviews, others felt mostly bewildered. Although, to be fair, bewilderment is pretty much a common thread through all performance art pieces we&#8217;ve ever witnessed. In any case, the subdued scene did give us the chance to mingle with some of the fashion folk in attendance, including the very handsome and a fresh-off-the-runway Jessica Stam. At first we thought Theyskens might have just exhausted his creative energy working on his latest Theory collection, since his mask was basically just the invitation with holes cut for his eyes and nose, but it turns out he had a slightly more legitimate excuse: &#8220;I did not know that, in English, ‘masquerade’ means a party wearing masks,&#8221; the designer explained. &#8220;In French it means something else, like to make a big, theatric performance. It’s very different.&#8221; But, being a resourceful kind of guy, he made do with what was on hand. &#8220;I saw at the entrance a lot of people with masks and I felt too much out of the club so I quickly made this.&#8221; It was pretty cute, actually. Definitely cuter than &#8216;s executioner mask at least (which he swapped for one of the surgical variety inside the party).</p><p>Stam, on the other hand, was one of the party&#8217;s most elegant attendees, in the the wispy Marchesa gown she wore on the runway earlier that day, paired with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and an intricate headpiece, all of which she said took &#8220;pretty much all day.&#8221; And though she admitted to being somewhat underwhelmed at first, the model came around to the unusual entertainment. “You walk in and you’re like, ‘This is what I cam all the way up to 88th street for? And got all dressed up?&#8217; But then the performance starts and the music kicks in and it’s great.”</p> <p> </p>?Lady Gaga Slams Cathy Horyn In New V Magazine Column <p>by 1:49 pm, September 1st, 2011</p> <p>We understand that is obsessed with fashion, but her for V Magazine, in which she basically tries to get back at New York Times fashion critic for , largely misses the point of fashion criticism is all about.</p><p>The Mother Monster sets out on a misguided and vague attempt to suggest that when critics, who aren&#8217;t necessarily even experts in what they&#8217;re criticizing, become predictable, their criticism isn&#8217;t useful anymore. And then she posits that Horyn&#8217;s criticism, which has been filling newspapers, magazines and websites across the country and the world for literally longer than Gaga has been alive, is predictably negative &#8212; always negative, in fact. And how much good can someone snarkily making fun of all the clothes ever produced ever be good for the industry?</p><p>Gaga asks a lot of questions, chief among them, &#8220;When does the critique or review become insult and not insight?&#8221; She hails the writing of , the 15-year-old blogger who is launching her own magazine soon, as &#8220;the future of journalism.&#8221; Hory, however, is too frequently dismissive to actually do the job. &#8220;It’s much more challenging to reckon with and analyze a work,&#8221; Gaga says. &#8220;It requires research, but maybe no one does their research anymore.&#8221; And then, Gaga asks what Horyn can do to separate herself from the online pack of people who post comments about fashion on Facebook and Twitter.</p><p>And that&#8217;s the thing. Cathy Horyn is already separate from the pack. She&#8217;s the reason the pack exists &#8212; people who don&#8217;t know the first thing about fashion want to be just like her. And while Horyn&#8217;s reviews have their , they&#8217;re written from a a critical perspective that no other working journalist has today. The hard line she draws between good fashion and bad is the reason she&#8217;s so admired &#8212; and so vilified. Every season, Cathy Horyn scares the pants off designers and forces them to do work. And it doesn&#8217;t take a fashion genius to figure that out.</p><p>So what is Gaga after, exactly?</p><p>Where my argument leads is to the perspective space of art, which is subjective and not ultimately rooted in mathematics or physics. Is it not even more critical for fashion and art critics to be profusely informed not only in art history but in the subliminal? The public operates with the assumption that critics are experts in their respective fields. But are they? Does every critic have the soul to really receive a work in the transcendental sense? The out-of-body experience of art?</p><p>Oh, OK. We get it. Gaga is just sensitive because she&#8217;s caught up in the idea that everything she puts on her back is art. Well, let us just say this: Cathy Horyn is a critic of fashion, and does a bang up job of it. And while extends to the artistry that goes into producing clothing, it is not overly concerned with other people&#8217;s definitions of the space fashion falls into. That is to say, just because you think Giorgio Armani&#8217;s couture collection is worthy of being displayed in the Uffizi Gallery, doesn&#8217;t mean she does. And we don&#8217;t expect her to apologize for that. </p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?WATCH: Lady Gaga Will Open The VMAs In Black And White <p>by 10:33 am, August 19th, 2011</p> <p><br>Back in 2009, made her inaugural appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards, where she arrived with Kermit the Frog as her date and closed the show in a red lace ensemble and bleeding from one eyeball. This year, the mother monster is scheduled to open the August 28th awards, which means undoubtedly that we are in for a strange, sartorially inspired treat. Behold: the promo.</p><p>WATCH: </p><p>Gaga is nominated for four VMAs, including Best Female Video and Best Video With a Message for &#8220;Born This Way,&#8221; as well as Best Art Direction and Best Choreography for &#8220;Judas,&#8221; which makes us think her opening set may be more of a medley than a single performance. Earlier this week, MTV released some slightly jazzier (and shorter) promos for fashion&#8217;s favorite popstar.</p><p></p><p></p><p>And if you, like us, still harbor the totally irrational hope that fellow performer Britney Spears will one day return to her pre breakdown glory, you can watch her promo below in which the VMA veteran wears a pair of black leather spats:</p><p></p> <p> </p>?THE GOODS: Leslie Fremar For Fruit Of The Loom Is Soft &#038; Stylish <p>by 11:02 am, July 1st, 2011</p> <p></p><p></p><p>We see a lot of cool product in the course of doing our job (which, we’ve said before, involves a lot of shopping). So it only made sense to us that we should share it with our readers. Welcome to , a section where we share the best of what we’ve seen, so you can know what to look for when you head out to shop.</p><p>There are few things better than a really good t-shirt. Our tee preferences span the high (Alexander Wang, $76) and low (Hanes, $2.50), but we&#8217;re always in search of that elusive combination of style and value ? and it doesn&#8217;t hurt if the tee is deliciously soft. Well, our search may be over. Leslie Fremar&#8216;s Fruit of the Loom collection is all that and more.</p><p>Fremar is a stylist by trade (and her clients include red carpet heavyweights Reese Witherspoon and Charlize Theron), so she knows a thing or two about what looks good. Her three-piece capsule collection is something to behold, full of super soft, slightly sheer, and extra long cotton must-haves. The silhouettes include a tee, a tank, and a racerback tank; they come in black, white, and gray. Our favorite design feature? The chic seam down the back. And they&#8217;re affordable! Each piece costs $18, but $40 will snag you three (!).</p><p>We were able to chat with Leslie about her collection:</p><p>How did your collaboration with Fruit of the Loom come about?<br> I approached Fruit of the Loom with an idea to make affordable t-shirts, and I didn&#8217;t want them to feel commercial. I have spent a lot of money on t-shirt in the past, and they are very hard to take care of. I want a low maintenance t-shirt that still looks great.</p><p>Did you see there was something missing in the market?<br> I know the market is saturated with t-shirts, but I had a very hard time finding something really affordable. I love basics ? I wear them every day ? so the t-shirt and tank idea made sense with my personal aesthetic.</p><p>Do you have any style tips for how to beat the heat this summer?<br> I feel bad for the boys in this weather! A girl can throw on a thin cotton dress layered with a tank top and a cute pair of sandals, and look chic and pulled together.</p><p>Leslie Fremar for Fruit of the Loom is sold exclusively at .</p><p>And just for kicks, here&#8217;s Reese in one of Leslie&#8217;s tanks:</p><p></p> <p> </p>?Liberty Ross Makes First Runway Appearance Since Husband&#8217;s Affair <p>by 10:56 am, September 9th, 2012</p> <p>Runway model Liberty Ross caused quite a stir when she was spotted walking in Alexander Wang&#8216;s show last night, and not just because she looked out-of-this-world.?The 33-year-old Brit is married to director?Rupert Sanders, who? with?Kristen Stewart back in July, and this was her first runway gig since the scandal.</p><p>Ross walked down the runway in an all white hoodie and dress combo. She was also seen at the Lawless premiere in Hollywood a few weeks ago wearing Balmain. (KStew made her first official red carpet appearance just a few days ago, and we have to admit, she in Zuhair Murad couture.) While a spouse&#8217;s infidelity is a huge emotional blow, we&#8217;re glad to see Ross out and about and working, and we hope she isn&#8217;t feeling. Good for her for jumping back in the game!</p><p>******</p><p></p> <p> </p>?Black, White, And Bloody: Last Night&#8217;s V Magazine Ball <p>by 4:07 pm, September 15th, 2011</p> <p>Walking into the Boom Boom Room last night at New York City&#8217;s Standard Hotel to celebrate V magazine&#8217;s , we didn&#8217;t know a soul. And so we grabbed a glass of Veuve Cliquot, found a small space against a wall to hover, and started people watching. Little did we know that by the end of the night, someone would be bleeding, Lindsay Lohan would be fighting with photographers, and Courtney Love would be staring us straight in the face, open-mouthed and hanging on to our every word. </p><p>But at the start of the night, the vibe was celebratory, with Magnum ice cream bars being handed out on silver trays and congratulating on his on his (our words, not hers) collection, declaring, &#8220;You&#8217;re, like, not an up and coming designer anymore. You&#8217;re the real deal.&#8221; Prabal, for his part, looked like nothing so much as a dashing &#8217;50s inspired greaser in black shorts, a white tee (with sleeves rolled up), and perfectly coiffed hair. All he was missing was a box of cigarettes.</p><p>Later, we passed and a tipsy-ish coming down the stairs from the roof. &#8220;Tie your shoelace,&#8221; someone called out to him. &#8220;You&#8217;re going to fall!&#8221; Blasberg, to his credit, continued bravely on. Someone else complimented Kloss on her million-dollar walk and she responded over her shoulder, &#8220;You&#8217;ll see it at Ralph tomorrow!&#8221; </p><p>Another glass of champagne later and we&#8217;d worked up the nerve to confess our love to. &#8220;We own one of those cashmere instarsia knits you designed as your first collection. We&#8217;ve worn it so much we&#8217;ve had it patched twice,&#8221; we gushed and smiled somewhat expectantly. Wang bobbed his head along to the music. &#8220;That&#8217;s great! Thank you!&#8221; And then danced off. Everyone, it would appear, was drunker than us.</p><p>We paused for a Twitter check, only to discover Lohan had apparently just a full drink at a who &#8220;dared to snap her pic.&#8221; A few minutes later, we&#8217;d enjoy a moment of eerie intuitiveness with Brad Goreski who, after telling us that the roof deck of the club had gone from an area of calm respite to high energy dance party, proclaimed, &#8220;This party can turn on a dime.&#8221; And then a man ran through the crowd with blood dripping from hands. </p><p>&#8220;She&#8217;s bleeding!&#8221; someone cried, as the first man grabbed cloth napkins from the bar. Amidst the chaos, we watched Lohan (with her mother Dina) immediately move her group to another part of the bar while staff tended to the blood-covered shoulder of a curly-haired brunette sitting next to their now abandoned table.</p><p>&#8220;What&#8217;s going on?&#8221; Courtney Love asked us. And as we told her, her eyes got progressively larger and her jaw dropped progressively lower. &#8220;We gotta go,&#8221; she announced, grabbing her friend by the arm. &#8220;I&#8217;m outskies!&#8221; she called over her shoulder as she skedaddled to the exit. </p><p>And then the lights came on, the music stopped, and we all followed suit.</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>Photos courtesy of Billy Farrell Agency.</p> <p> </p>?Vogue Italia Editor Franca Sozzani Reveals Plans For Africa Issue This Summer <p>by 9:13 am, February 13th, 2012</p> <p>You&#8217;d better plan on having your controversy pants pulled out of storage and dry cleaned before spring gets here. told us Sunday afternoon at &#8216;s fall runway presentation that she&#8217;s currently working on another Africa-themed issue for L&#8217;Uomo Vogue that will be on newsstands in May or June. </p><p></p><p>Sozzani (who had been chatting with Bravo head honcho Andy Cohen in the front row before we got to her) told us that more than simply being about Black people, this issue &#8220;about Africa, but about people who are from Africa. In a positive way. In a very positive way.&#8221; </p><p>The magazine has dedicated an entire issue to the people of Africa before &#8212; back in November 2008, she followed her controversy-making Black issue of Vogue Italia with the first African-themed L&#8217;Uomo Vogue. We are, of course, excited to see how this issue will be different from the last one, which, as , featured everyone from Matt Damon to Michelle Obama &#8220;all expressing their affection for and their personal connection to Africa.&#8221;</p><p>While she declined to give us specifics about the issue (which, fair, since it&#8217;s months away from being done), Sozzani did say that it will go beyond designers and models who were born or have roots in Africa.</p><p>&#8220;It will be about the presidents, it will be about the people. But in a very positive way,&#8221; Sozzani reiterated. &#8220;I don&#8217;t want to say in a glamourous way, but I wanted to show the best side, but only the good side. There are a lot of talents, a lot of talented people in art, in music, in cinema and everywhere. So I really wanted to push that side.&#8221;</p><p>Whether she&#8217;ll get any push back for focusing on the lighter, friendlier side of Africa at a time when parts of the continent are still reeling from and remains to be seen.</p> <p> </p>?Leandra Medine Owns A $3,000 Pair Of Christian Louboutins <p>by 3:16 pm, August 13th, 2012</p> <p>Leandra Medine has , and an even more lust-worthy shoe collection.?In an interview with Footwear News, the Man Repeller opens her shoe closet to the world.</p><p>Medine has over 100 pairs of fancy footwear from the likes of?, Proenza Schouler, , Charlotte Olympia, and . And while her tastes typically run the more expensive gamut (see aforementioned brands), Supergas (which cost around $50 a pair). </p><p>&#8220;It&#8217;s a weird relationship. Ultimately, shoes are just a really fun mode of escapism for a woman. The higher the heel, the more fantasy is put into the shoe.?The thing that is great about shoes is that you don&#8217;t have to be a certain size for them to look good. They always fit you. There&#8217;s something about expensive footwear that makes a woman feel so special in a way that an expensive dress just doesn&#8217;t. My mom always said,&#8217;Invest your money in shoes and handbags, and you can improvise the rest with meager means.&#8217;&#8221;</p><p>The blogger also hates leopard print shoes, and admires Alexa Chung&#8216;s &#8220;toddler dressing&#8221; style.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Marc Jacobs Might Not Be Taking Over At Dior After All <p>by 10:15 am, November 11th, 2011</p> <p>After months of speculating and hinting heavily that designer would be taking the helm at Dior, the rumor mill says his previously inevitable appointment to the head of the French fashion house is looking a lot less likely.</p><p></p><p>Women&#8217;s Wear Daily that talks between Jacobs and , who owns both Dior and luxury conglomerate LVMH, where Jacobs currently has an eponymous label and designs for Louis Vuitton, have gone cold &#8212; interesting when you consider that just three weeks ago, sources said talks to install Jacobs at Dior were </p><p>Now, sources say Jacobs&#8217; demands and other complications caused the negotiations to go south. For example, one of Jacobs&#8217; requests was that his design team at Louis Vuitton come with him to Dior, a move that would make countless people&#8217;s jobs redundant. It would also leave Vuitton, which is LVMH&#8217;s biggest moneymaker, without a single creative employee. (And we&#8217;re sure Jacobs&#8217; didn&#8217;t help matters, either.)</p><p></p><p>To make things worse, it&#8217;s also thought that Celine designer , who was the frontrunner to replace Jacobs at Vuitton when he made the move to Dior, doesn&#8217;t want his job. She&#8217;s only been at the helm of Celine since 2008, and she is said to want to continue to build on the success she&#8217;s had there so far.</p><p>So who else is being considered for the job? The same names that have been mentioned before: , and have been approached, and so has &#8212; but Tisci is apparently more interested in staying at Givenchy than he is in moving to another house.</p><p></p><p>Big-name designers like , , Lanvin&#8216;s , Alexander McQueen&#8216;s and Balenciaga&#8216;s were asked about the job shortly after was fired for making anti-Semitic remarks, but all of them turned the job down. </p><p>Now the search is focused on any designer, young or old, &#8220;with a strong affinity and respect for the brand’s glamorous DNA, and a vision for taking it forward in the post-Galliano era,&#8221; WWD reports.</p><p></p><p>But fret not, Jacobs fans. It&#8217;s not impossible that Arnault and Dior will circle back to a future with Jacobs. As we&#8217;ve asked before, what other available designer working today has what it takes to run that place? Jacobs is the total package, and even if Dior is still one of the most profitable luxury houses in the world, it can&#8217;t afford to have a second-stringer running the show.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Marc Jacobs Doesn&#8217;t Care That Justin Bieber&#8217;s Perfume Looks Like His <p>by 11:47 am, June 1st, 2011</p> <p>At next week&#8217;s CFDA Awards, will take the podium to receive the Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award. (And, yes, he&#8217;s only 48. A deserving 48, but 48 nonetheless.) Women&#8217;s Wear Daily&#8216;s Bridget Foley sat down with the prolific designer for a , and while you really should read the whole thing, we&#8217;ve parsed our favorite parts just for you.</p><p>On the new class of fashion designers:</p><p>B.F.: The younger designers ?whom do you think is good?<br>M.J.: I think Alexander Wang is really good.</p><p>B.F.: What do you like about his work?<br>M.J.: I don’t know it really well but I know people wear it and I hear people talk about it all the time and I’ve seen pictures. It looks well-formed and well-thought-out. And Jack and Lazaro [of Proenza Schouler], I think they’re really mature in what they’re doing. I’m not going into whether I like it personally, that’s not what I’m talking about because we all have different taste. The clothes I like are Prada so that’s that, or Comme. But as young American designers, they seem to be really good. There are probably others that I’m sure are really good but I’m not paying that much attention.</p><p>Prada is his favorite:</p><p>B.F.: Where do you fit in fashion history?<br>M.J.: I don’t know. I guess many years will have to pass and we’ll have to look back and see what the social contribution is….I think the greatest contributors to fashion are women. Chanel, Vionnet. I think Vivienne Westwood; I think Miuccia Prada; Schiaparelli, Rei Kawakubo.</p><p>B.F.: Would you pick one of them out of the group?<br>M.J.: The one that I probably feel the most strongly about is Miuccia, because of the aesthetic and the mood. There’s something so shocking and so tender about it, and it’s also very real. I mean, I’m sitting here in a banana print shirt from Prada [with a Comme des Garcons kilt.] In the way that Ralph Lauren has created a world that’s affluent, I think Miuccia Prada created an aesthetic that, to me, is so rife with references to other great works. And I never think that’s problematic because it’s always filtered through her very specific aesthetic. There’s an eccentricity but there’s also a chic old world sophistication, but it’s so new. It’s young but never vulgar. There’s a sex appeal that’s kind of naive. It’s all the things I love.</p><p>He doesn&#8217;t really care about that familiar-looking :</p><p>B.F.: About fragrance branding, have you seen the Justin Bieber fragrance bottle?<br>M.J.: Yes.</p><p>B.F.: Does it remind you of anything?<br>M.J.: Yep, yep. We just had a conversation about it. Coty said, “Do we sue them?” and I said, “You know what? Let everyone else say what they want.” I received Google [Alerts] about people saying it was derivative. We’re not going to do anything about it.</p><p>B.F.: That bottle is very similar to your Lola.<br>M.J.: But you know, I look around the room and I look at the work we’ve done and a quote I always bastardize but I really believe in, is something Chanel said: “He who insists on his own creativity has no memory.”</p><p>Jacobs also has thoughts on journalists (&#8220;I think their opinions should be based on history and what they see, not what they feel, how long they’ve been waiting or whether it’s raining or it’s snowing or whatever.&#8221;), social media (&#8220;I don’t need to talk to like schoolteachers from New Jersey about what was valid and what was invalid and what was derivative and what was referencing.&#8221;), and growing up (&#8220;We’re all in this because we love fashion and part of that love for fashion is being unapologetic.&#8221;). So many thoughts!</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Margaret Thatcher Gets A Spread In Harper&#8217;s Bazaar <p>by 4:38 pm, August 9th, 2011</p> <p>Margaret Thatcher has made a comeback in pop culture in a big way as of late, first with her biopic, The Iron Lady, starring Academy-Award winner, Meryl Streep, and then with her iconic, black Asprey handbag, which recently at a Christie&#8217;s auction for about $40,000.</p><p>Now, Harper&#8217;s Bazaar is cashing in on Thatcher-mania with a -shot editorial featuring bombshell Georgia May Jagger. Below are some of Jagger and Richardson&#8217;s takes on Thatcher&#8217;s most legendary moments, and be sure to check out the rest of the shots at .</p><p>P.S. Designer makes a cameo in the spread!</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>[Via ]</p> <p> </p>?Michael Jordan Is Engaged To Longtime Model Girlfriend <p>by 11:34 am, December 30th, 2011</p> <p>Congratulations are in order for your favorite 90s basketball player: Over the holidays, Michael Jordan asked his longtime model girlfriend Yvette Prieto to marry him, and she said yes!</p><p>Page Six that like the rest of America&#8217;s recently engaged couples, Jordan and Prieto got engaged on Christmas Day. No word yet on when the two plan to actually tie the knot &#8212; or what the engagement ring looks like &#8212; but they&#8217;ve been dating for years now, so we&#8217;re sure whenever it happens it&#8217;ll be a lovely event.</p><p>Jordan, of course, is known for his long stint with the Chicago Bulls and his extensive work with Nike (and that awful half-animated movie with the Looney Tunes), but Prieto is kinda famous in her own right. She&#8217;s apparently modeled for and was seen at the tents in September.</p><p>The 32-year-old model an the 48-year-old sports mogul have been dating since 2008 and living together in Florida since 2009. And we hope their marriage goes better than Jordan&#8217;s marriage to his first wife, Juanita Vanoy. The two divorced in 2006 after having three kids and 17-years together &#8212; and Vanoy got a huge . We hate to squash the romance out of this happy news, but maybe this time Jordan will have his legal team put together a prenup.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Michelle Obama Wears Doodle Print Alexander Wang <p>by 11:22 am, June 29th, 2011</p> <p>In case there was anyone left in the world who might question Michelle Obama&#8217;s fashion cred, the first lady a pair of jeans while in Botswana last week. More importantly, though, these weren&#8217;t just any old A. Wang jeans, these were a pair of from his acclaimed Spring 2011 collection.</p><p>To whit: when working on the collection last year, Wang had his interns sit down around a piece of paper for ten minutes and told them to just doodle ? with no specific direction in mind. The result was the print that walked his runway last September &#8212; and then found its way into Michelle Obama&#8217;s closet.</p><p>The Doodle Print Jeans (that&#8217;s really their name) are . And while that&#8217;s a little steep for our tastes, Michelle makes a good point: if you&#8217;re gonna paint a mural in a pair of $334 jeans, then doodle print is the way to go. </p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>[via .]</p> <p> </p>?Runway Shopping Site Moda Operandi: The E-Commerce Future? <p>by Christina Ohly Evans 3:00 pm, February 12th, 2011</p> <p>It&#8217;s almost here. The moment you (okay, those of you who got an invite) have?all been waiting for. The much-anticipated launch of Moda Operandi, the exclusive from Vogue&#8216;s Lauren Santo Domingo and CEO Aslaug Magnusdottir (former head of merchandising at Gilt Noir), is just around the corner. This luxe shopping site will offer its members the chance to flash-shop the runway shows of such primo designers as Calvin Klein, Proenza Schouler and Derek Lam just?48 hours after their presentations. The fashion-obsessed can then place their orders for any of the pieces in the collection (not just the items that buyers like), pay 50% of the cost up front and ? voila! ? four months later, the items arrive on their doorsteps. The possibilities for scoring Balenciaga whilst in one&#8217;s bathrobe are endless.</p><p>Moda Operandi will also have a seasoned personal shopper on hand who knows the collections inside and out. You&#8217;ll never be caught without that perfect frock for a house party in Marrakesh ever again! In addition, MO will keep track of the fabulous pieces you&#8217;ve bought in past seasons, so they can be paired with the separates and accessories du jour.</p><p>The jury&#8217;s still out on whether full-on &#8220;pretail&#8221; (as Santo Domingo has termed it) is the next wave in online shopping, but MO will certainly close the gap between the time an item goes from the runway to the closet rack. It will also give designers a clear insight into what&#8217;s hot (and what&#8217;s not) for the coming season.</p><p>Amidst all of the Fashion Week madness, Magnusdottir and Santo Domingo (recently &#8220;the next Mrs. Astor&#8221; by Town &amp; Country) graciously took time to share their thoughts on the site&#8217;s first shows, shoes and the future of online fashion.</p><p>Styleite: How were the first two shows ? Alexander Wang and Carolina Herrera ? selected?<br> LSD: We chose designers that generate the most excitement during Fashion Week. As you can see, we have a great mix of emerging and established designers out there, but what they all have in common is that they are the best of the best.<br> AM: We are starting with New York-based designers. By starting with Alexander Wang and then featuring Carolina Herrera the next day, we immediately give our members a flavor of the breadth of designers we will be featuring on the site.</p><p>Styleite: Which designer are you most excited about, or which one is most unexpected?<br>LSD: I am excited about all of them. I&#8217;m really excited about our shoe selection&#8230;Giambatista Valli and Narcisco Rodriguez are both launching runway shoe collections. And then there are the new designers like Nicholas Kirkwood and Charlotte Olympia who are the most innovative shoe designers in the world. All the front-row editors are wearing them.<br>AM: The designers have all been hand selected by our team so I am thrilled about each and every one of them. In particular, I am excited to introduce our members to some very talented emerging designers including Prabal Gurung, Thakoon and Waris Ahluwalia of House of Waris.</p><p>Styleite: Which designer do you hope to get on board for the future?<br>LSD: We are constantly adding new designers.<br>AM: There are many wonderful designer brands that we hope to add to MO.</p><p>Styleite: What additional features will Moda Operandi offer in version 2.0?<br>LSD: In addition to our editorial content, we hope to add new, insider videos that we will shoot in the off-season. In addition, we are going to add new tools to organize one&#8217;s wardrobe. Think Cher in the movie Clueless.<br>AM: On our website we plan to offer a virtual closet where members can see all of the items they have ordered on the site. Members can use the virtual closet to organize their wardrobe, and they can even seek the assistance of our personal stylists to help with this. We will also be launching smartphone and tablet apps later this year.</p><p>Styleite: How do accessories, shoes and bags fit in?<br> LSD: They fit perfectly! Who doesn&#8217;t love to order shoes online?<br>AM: In many cases, we will be featuring shoes, bags and accessories as part of the runway looks of the ready-to-wear designers we are working with. Additionally, we are working with a number of designers that specialize in designing shoes and/or accessories. Many of these designers will be featured in?between the four main ready-to-wear collections each year so that there is always something new on the site.</p><p>Styleite: Where is online luxury retail headed?<br>LSD: All luxury brands are going to have to embrace the internet. It&#8217;s just a question of how they do it. Moda Operandi is a great place for these venerable brands to go online, interact with an elite customer, but maintain their exclusivity.<br>AM: Online retail is becoming increasingly important to the luxury fashion landscape. As technology improves, the online shopping experience will become even easier and more enjoyable than it is today, giving consumers more options than ever. MO is proud to be part of this luxury retail revolution.</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Models Planking For Dis Magazine <p>by 12:32 pm, August 2nd, 2011</p> <p>Have we talked about planking yet? As our friends at Geekosystem in May, the practice of laying stiff as a board in a random place is totally a trend &#8212; and what group of people knows more about trends than fashion models? Not one. Which is why photographer David Toro of models participating in the worldwide phenomenon that planking has become for Dis Magazine.</p><p>We&#8217;ve included a few of the photos below for your afternoon amusement, in which the models plank wearing Missoni, Marios Schwab and lots of Alexander Wang. While we&#8217;re not so sure we would lay down on the street in front of a motorcycle wearing Yohji Yamamoto, we do love the story, even if it is slightly gimmicky. Take a look and tell us what you think.</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>[ via ]</p> <p> </p>?Liveblogging The MTV Music Video Awards Red Carpet! <p>by 1:58 pm, September 12th, 2010</p> <p>As much as we love Fashion Week, it&#8217;s always nice to take a break from an industry that takes itself very seriously, sartorially speaking, to one that, well, doesn&#8217;t. While some people may be out at and celebrating supermodels, we&#8217;ll be at home on our couches watching the MTV Video Music Awards.</p><p>And while we&#8217;re sure the show itself will be chockablock with surprises &#8212; Lindsay Lohan has a and Taylor Swift may or may not be about last year&#8217;s KanyeGate &#8212; the VMA red carpet will always have a special place in our hearts.</p><p>How many times will change? Will Taylor Momsen wear pants? How much mancleavage will Russell Brand have on display? We&#8217;ll have answers to all that, and more! So check back here at 8PM EST. We&#8217;ll be waiting!</p><p></p> <p> </p>?Natalie Portman Goes Hiking With The Mulleavy Sisters <p>by 4:05 pm, December 15th, 2010</p> <p>Natalie Portman is Vogue&#8216;s , and in the we learn some things about the Black Swan star. Our favorite quote? This one:</p><p>&#8220;In New York, I have probably 50 people that I’m very close to ? so there’s constant interaction, but I don’t really see anyone regularly because it’s 50 people, whereas in Los Angeles I have five friends, and I see them every day. It’s the first time I’ve had really close girlfriends. Kate and Laura Mulleavy have schedules that are similar to mine, so we can go for a hike at noon, or to the museum in the middle of the day.&#8221;</p><p>There are four things this teaches us:</p><p>1. Natalie is way more popular in New York than she is in LA.</p><p>2. She&#8217;s apparently always been a guy&#8217;s girl and not?a girl&#8217;s girl.</p><p>3. In keeping with her Harvard pedigree, the brainy actress goes to museums.</p><p>4. SHE HIKES WITH RODARTE.</p><p>It&#8217;s not like we don&#8217;t go spinning with the Proenza Schouler boys or do bikram yoga with . We just had no clue that Natalie had super awesome fashion exercise activity buddies, too. Natalie, welcome to the club! Let&#8217;s all go to Pilates with !</p><p>And as a bonus, here is the video from her Vogue cover shoot:</p><p><p><p><p><p></p> <p> </p>?Don&#8217;t Forget About The Parties: NYFW&#8217;s Fiercest Fetes <p>by 9:33 am, February 16th, 2011</p> <p>New York Fashion Week is a bit past the midway point and while some blowouts are still too fresh to be covered &#8212; V Man, Post, BLK DNM, and all hosted dueling bashes last night and we&#8217;re still waking up &#8212; some of the best have come and gone.<br></p><p>&#8216;s celebration at the Mondorian Hotel SoHo&#8217;s Mister H on Saturday was a Belevedere soaked good time. took the night off from J.Crew to get down on the dance floor while Prabal stripped down to a very deep-v neck to air kiss and pose with bff&#8217;s like Barbara Bush and Amanda Hearst.</p><p>A few blocks north and several hundred feet up and held forth over the Purple Magazine dinner and party in honor of Zac&#8217;s Z-Spoke collection. A blanketed Jared Leto roamed the Boom Boom Room while Kanye West sat ensconced in the inky black of Le Bain and Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen booth hopped the perimeter of the party. Guests who arrived late were greeted with insurmountable crowds and made their way to the other event going on: a somehow even more mobbed scene around the corner at The Jane Hotel where Dossier Journal and United Bamboo were throwing a party. Kristen Dunst sailed in, everyone else stood outside in a gridlock. </p><p></p><p> had a slightly more spacious event on Valentine&#8217;s Day with E! Fashion Police Officer Kelly Osborne back in NYC to fete his Theory collection while actress Diane Kruger attended the Gotham Magazine cover party in her honor at the Paramount Hotel. and half sister Annabelle Dexter-Jones threw parties on back to back nights to celebrate their runway show and collaboration with Illesteva respectively. </p><p>Images via and .</p> <p> </p>?Don&#8217;t Forget About The Parties: Fashion Week&#8217;s Final Fetes <p>by 5:44 pm, February 20th, 2011</p> <p>Fashion Week has moved on to London and that&#8217;s probably a good thing considering how exhausting we found the ten day marathon of parties, shows and presentations. The of the week was good but the best after-parties happened as the show schedule was winding down. Kanye came out for V Man, SoHo House hosted a party for an iPad app and a new Guess flagship opened. </p><p></p><p>The V Man release party at the yet-to-be-opened Mondrian SoHo went hard as a&#8230;well, you know. Kanye West was in the building with Keri Hilson and most of the fashionable world. Drag queen Lady Bunny spun while , Julia Restoin Roitfeld, , , Brad Goreski and 300 of their closest friends surved the go-go dancers and grabbed money that rained from the sky at 1am.<br><br></p><p>Before raving downtown, most of the party goers had gone a bit uptown for drinks at the SoHo House to celebrate Alex Dellal (brother of model and boyfriend of Princess Charlotte Casiraghi) and Post, his new iPad app. No royalty was spotted but the crowd of several hundred fashion types didn&#8217;t seem to mind as they drank champagne and compared notes on the front rows, model spills and street style at the tents.</p><p>Images via Billy Farrell Agency and Marisa McGrody</p> <p> </p>?Joe Zee Is Just As Obsessed With The Man Repeller As You Are <p>by 12:55 pm, September 11th, 2011</p> <p><br>Personal style bloggers are a dime a dozen these days &#8212; which isn&#8217;t at all a bad thing! &#8212; but sometimes the gets a little, well, old. And that&#8217;s why bloggers like Leandra Medine, aka , are so refreshing. We love her style, but more importantly, we love how effing funny she is! And we&#8217;re not alone. Mid-way through interviewing her front row at yesterday, came bounding up to profess his (and his assistant&#8217;s) love.</p><p>It all went a little something like this:</p><p>We were chatting with Medine about her fave shows (, Thakoon, Rag &amp; Bone, ), her dream shows (, , duh), and whether or not she&#8217;s found herself star struck by any fashion week celebs, when out of nowhere, appeared, beaming, over our shoulder.</p><p>Joe Zee: Are you Leandra?! Ohmygod! Stand up for one second! Hi! My assistant lives for you.<br>Man Repeller: I love your assistant then!<br>JZ: She dresses great. She walks into the office like, &#8220;I&#8217;m very Man Repeller today!&#8221;<br>MR: Maybe she&#8217;s my alter ego!<br>JZ: Maybe! She is obsessed with you! Well, thank you!!!</p><p>At which point he bounded off &#8212; have you ever seen Joe Zee in action? He really does bound. &#8212; and we continued our conversation. It turns out she&#8217;d just sat next to Taylor Tomasi Hill at Doo Ri and was still reeling.</p><p>Um, I cut my hair because of her! I adore her! I saw Kate Lamphear a couple times today, which is always really exciting. I guess it&#8217;s not so much starstruck as it is editor struck. They&#8217;re celebrities in my eyes! Like, Taylor gave me a little smirk, like, &#8216;I got you.&#8217; It was amazing.</p><p>At which point it was only natural to ask if she&#8217;d ever had any outfit regrets.</p><p>Not really anything Man Repeller-related, because it&#8217;s just fashion. You should take risks, because why not! But, like, today I walked out in these wool blend palazzo pants and I&#8217;ve been boiling the entire day. It&#8217;s like, great, it&#8217;s really hot right now. And someone suggested I stick ice packs on my legs. Because the pants are big enough, obviously.</p><p>Considering how it&#8217;s been inside the tents, she might be on to something. We knew palazzo pants had to be good for something.</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Whitney, Selita &#038; Emmy Turn It Out For New Year&#8217;s <p>by 1:25 pm, January 2nd, 2011</p> <p>Whatever you did for New Year&#8217;s Eve, it probably wasn&#8217;t as star-studded or super swanky as the Marquee bash at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas. The guest list included Blake Lively, Alexander Wang and Beyonce. Jay-Z and Kanye performed. Rihanna was there. We, sadly, were not.</p><p>Let&#8217;s take a peak at some of the best looks from the night ? who do you think looked best?<br></p><p><br><br><br><br></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: What Beyonce, Marc Jacobs, And DVF Designed For Obama <p>by 12:24 pm, January 13th, 2012</p> <p>Just this week we learned that Vogue editor in chief had convinced a total of 22 designers to create custom clothing for President Barack Obama&#8217;s fundraising efforts. The items were quietly posted on the site yesterday and are now available for pre-order. Some of them are cooler than others (and some are distinctly not cool), but at least one of them was designed by new mom Beyonce!</p><p>Check out our favorites below and then see the rest . And keep in mind, there are about 10 designers (including ) whose pieces haven&#8217;t been posted yet. We&#8217;ll let you know as soon as they are.</p><p>Now here&#8217;s hoping we get to see Michelle Obama wearing &#8216;s sleeveless tee paired with Thakoon&#8216;s scarf and &#8216;s bag. It&#8217;s a photo-op just begging to happen.</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>[]</p> <p> </p>?On Being Small: An Essay Of Petite Proportions <p>by 2:00 pm, October 8th, 2010</p> <p>People come in all shapes and sizes. I am a little person. Not like a kind of little person, but a little person nonetheless.?As a fully grown adult, I just meet the 5-foot mark, and my feet are a measly size 5. And this makes indulging my inner fashionista really, really difficult. So excuse me while I rant.</p><p>First, full disclosure: I like being little. I can maneuver well in crowds, people let me stand in front of them at concerts and I&#8217;m never taller than my date. But when it comes to finding things that fit me, I find my options to be annoyingly limited. Why? Because high-end designers and mass retailers alike simply don&#8217;t design with petite women in mind. Well, they don&#8217;t ever really design with people who aren&#8217;t fairly tall (or fairly thin, for that matter) in mind. This is a problem.</p><p>Dresses?that are supposed to hit mid-thigh can fall below my knees, and jeans are at least three inches too long (I just need my 28-inch inseam, people!). As such, I have spent a fair amount of time and money getting my clothes altered. Hems are taken up, pants are shortened, strap lengths are adjusted. But a lot of the time this really messes with a piece&#8217;s proportions.</p><p>But what about petite lines, you ask? Or even kids&#8217; clothes? Surely those must be good alternatives! To which I say: again, it&#8217;s a problem of proportion. Petite lines are few and far between, and some of the best ones (like J. Crew&#8216;s) can only be bought online. Tops in petite sizes are often (ironically) cut too short, though they fit well around. And kids&#8217; sizes? The worst. Women (even really small women) have curves. 8-year-olds do not. Occasionally I&#8217;ll find a great piece (like the Stella McCartney for GapKids), but mostly the clothes just look awkward and ill-fitting.</p><p>An anecdote: last summer I went to the Alexander Wang sample sale. I hate sample sales. The venues lack air conditioning, the people lack dignity and the racks lack extra smalls. I ended up finding a dress that I loved that cost a couple hundred dollars less than it should have, and despite its less-than-perfect fit, I snatched it up. After I got home I realized that the alterations would be harder than I anticipated due to the construction of the dress. Should I get the straps shortened and lose the low neckline that actually laid well? Or should I take up the hem, thus screwing with the length of the bottom printed fabric panel that makes the dress so special? Sigh.</p><p>Kids&#8217; sneakers, however, are awesome. Not only are they cheaper than real people sneakers, they come in . But sometimes you need to wear shoes that don&#8217;t look like they belong on a (really badass) playground. Well, that&#8217;s a different story. Some brands don&#8217;t even make size 5! (F-Troupe, I&#8217;m looking at you!) And if they do, chances are stores stock very few small pairs. Worse yet, some size 5s run big, rendering their existence totally moot for mini-hoofed chicks.</p><p>So what&#8217;s a girl to do? Well, I&#8217;m still trying to figure that out. Maybe it&#8217;s good that I can&#8217;t fit into every (not so) little thing my heart desires ? it certainly lowers my credit card bills and makes justifying those pieces that actually do fit so much easier. But still, would it really be that hard to cater to non-average-sized customers every once in a while?</p> <p> </p>?Oscar De La Renta Calls Cathy Horyn A &#8216;Stale 3-Day-Old Hamburger&#8217; <p>by 1:37 pm, September 14th, 2012</p> <p>Just when we thought that was over and behind us, a verbal feud has broken out between designer and New York Times writer . While the most recent development occurred just this morning, it seems like this was a year in the making.</p><p>The bad blood might have started last year?when Horyn left the designer off her in New York, while younger brands like and were mentioned. De la Renta then gave?Women&#8217;s Wear Daily :</p><p>“It bothers me because I love my industry, and I love fashion. I think fashion is something of beauty and it really makes me mad when someone writes about fashion in a bitter way.”</p><p>Fast forward to this?season. De la Renta showed his? earlier this week, and Horyn gave it .</p><p>&#8220;Mr. de la Renta is far more a hot dog than an eminence grise of American fashion. He opened his lively show on Tuesday with a red latex pencil skirt, a sleek ivory wool pantsuit and dairymaid lace. The models’ hair was streaked with war paint, and midway along, after bead-quivering jackets and neon-bright skirts, he sent out white lace with black pencil-like scribbles. It was wonderfully cantankerous, a good bit of window-dressing for the gooey stuff that followed.&#8221;</p><p>This morning, de la Renta fired back with an open letter to the writer in WWD. Here&#8217;s a photo:</p><p></p><p>Hot dog? Old hamburger? Surely these fashion folk are more eloquent than that. It&#8217;s also worth noting that Horyn included ,?, and in the same write-up, and?comparatively, her thoughts on de la Renta were far nicer than those on Kors.</p><p>Back at Lincoln Center, the notes for the Michael Kors show said, “Bold shades of sun, palm and sky.” Make that yellow, green and blue. No amount of spin could improve this flat collection of double-face shifts, preppy stripes and optical checks.</p><p>While we really have no idea what Horyn meant by her comment, Fashionista that she could have been aiming at Nicole Phelps from?Style.com. of de la Renta&#8217;s collection (which is also quite mixed), she began with: &#8220;Oscar de la Renta is New York fashion&#8217;s eminence grise.&#8221;</p><p>Now we&#8217;re just waiting on Horyn&#8217;s retort. May we recommend a nice &#8220;undercooked chicken&#8221; reference or a play on &#8220;creme fraiche&#8221;?</p><p>UPDATE: Horyn has responded via email to , explaining that she was employing the term&#8217;s &#8217;50s, surf-culture slang connotation, meaning to surf &#8220;for flash rather than function.&#8221;:</p><p>&#8220;I used the term in a professional context, as someone showing off his tricks, like a surfer. I thought an ad was a little over-the-top.&#8221;</p><p>No kidding. It took us about five minutes to Google that particular meaning, and it&#8217;s a little baffling that someone of de la Renta&#8217;s stature and knowledge of the industry would take Horyn&#8217;s comment as a personal jab.</p> <p> </p>?Oscar De La Renta&#8217;s Kids Show Was The Cutest Thing We&#8217;ve Seen All Week <p>by 2:45 pm, September 13th, 2012</p> <p>Ok, that the glow-in-the-dark dresses at were the highlight of our , but &#8216;s first-ever kid&#8217;s show definitely gave those show-stopping specimens a run for their money.</p><p>First off, you have never seen a happier-looking front row. Usually it&#8217;s all sunglasses and studied nonchalance (and sometimes to bolt out afterwards), but not so when there are adorable tots walking down the runway! The stylish, uptown attendees were all smiles as a bevy of kids toddled, walked, and scooted (yes, scooted!) their way across the designer&#8217;s 42nd street showroom. Then there were the clothes: for Oscar ladies-in-training, the designer offered up teensy party frocks bedecked with bows, ikat sundresses, and a tutu or two. For the boys, there were crisp button-up shirts, cuffed shorts, and brightly-colored sweaters draped around the shoulders. The Jitney may be in the off-season now, but these munchkins were all set for a jaunt to the Hamptons.</p><p>Check out the gallery below to see a coterie of kids better dressed than you are:</p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?Our Fashion News Editor Says Goodbye To Styleite <p>by 12:57 pm, March 3rd, 2012</p> <p>When our fearless leader Verena hired me to work at Styleite, she told me she wanted me on the team because I was &#8220;in fashion, but not of fashion.&#8221; Almost two years later, on my final day with the site, I think I finally understand what she meant.</p><p>Styleite&#8217;s has been to do something for everyone &#8212; from those who are obsessed with glossy editorials and women&#8217;s rights to others who think between fighting fashion companies are the most interesting things in the world. That&#8217;s what attracted me to apply to be an intern here, and that&#8217;s why I so readily volunteered for tasks like from &#8216;s house when President Obama went to a fundraising dinner there in 2010, to squishing myself into the photographer&#8217;s pit during last September&#8217;s Diesel Black Gold show after a hurried (and exhilarating) with former French Vogue editrix .</p><p>Those kinds of opportunities are unparalleled &#8212; but so is the freedom this site has given me to say meaningful things about the fashion industry and the world. When other sites started calling &#8216;s $300+ tank tops &#8220;affordable&#8221;, I was given a long leash to . When , I ranted right along with the rest of the Internet until they changed it back. And when Nivea had the audacity to , I got more than a little angry &#8212; and my indignation turned into one of our most liked and commented posts.</p><p>Being in fashion and not of fashion means being able to see past all the pretty fabrics and beautiful people involved in this industry and into the heart of how what they create impacts our world. And while we aren&#8217;t exactly developing an alternative to fossil fuels behind the scenes during Fashion Week, we can create just as much change as politicians and scientists and humanitarians. One need look no further than designer and model &#8216;s efforts to rebuild Haiti, or &#8216;s continuing efforts to empower women with her brand&#8217;s message and expert tailoring, for proof of that. (I like to think that my Black History Month series, which you can read , fits somewhere in the same vein.)</p><p>That&#8217;s the side of fashion that I love, and that&#8217;s what working with Verena and Julia has given me the license to discover. As sad as I am to leave them, I take solace knowing that they&#8217;re going to keep fighting the good fight after I&#8217;m gone. It also helps that I&#8217;m leaving to be an editor at Fashionologie, a site we&#8217;ve always admired for its dedication to the same hard-core fashion enthusiasts who read Styleite, too.</p><p>But no matter where I am, I will always be thankful to this place for fostering my talent, for teaching me how the Internet works and, most importantly, for giving people like me a voice in the fashion world.</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: The Very Best Looks From The Parsons Student Fashion Show <p>by 5:29 pm, May 2nd, 2012</p> <p>&#8220;This isn&#8217;t med school. We&#8217;re not saving lives, but have you ever tried to make the shirt you&#8217;re wearing? It&#8217;s really hard!&#8221; This is what Carly Cushnie told her family when they asked why she worked around the clock during her undergraduate years at Parsons.</p><p>Cushnie relayed this story yesterday, when she and her design partner (and fellow Parsons alum) Michelle Ochs hosted the packed runway show where 39 seniors presented their thesis collections.</p><p>Parsons shows are exciting for many reasons, chief among them the chance that you&#8217;ll see the very first collection from the next Marc Jacobs (Parsons &#8217;84) or Proenza Schouler. (In a bit of fun fashion lore, Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough received special permission from Tim Gunn ? who was the head of Parsons&#8217;s fashion department at the time ? to do their thesis as a pair in 2002. Julie Gilhart, Barneys&#8216;s then-fashion director, bought the entire collection for the store.)</p><p>Cushnie and Ochs are the latest star pupils to emerge from the school; since graduating in 2007, their label Cushnie et Ochs has made some serious waves in the fashion world. &#8220;This is where our story began,&#8221; Ochs told the crowd. Fitting, as just a few minutes before Parsons fashion dean Simon Collins half-joked: &#8220;You never leave Parsons.&#8221;</p><p>The presentation started at a very prompt 10 minutes past its call time, and was split into two halves. Children&#8217;s clothing was shown alongside women&#8217;s and menswear, and the pint-sized models drew the most applause from the enthusiastic audience. For the finale of the first half, a jubilant remix of Fun.&#8216;s &#8220;We Are Young&#8221; cleverly played while the child models walked hand-in-hand with the (only slightly) older models.</p><p>Each student showed a handful of looks; standouts included Giuliana Raggiani&#8216;s colorful children&#8217;s knits, Christy Jeehyun Lee&#8216;s print-heavy menswear, and Jin Kay&#8216;s all-black women&#8217;s collection. These three took home Designer of the Year awards in their respective categories. Reed Krakoff, Mickey Boardman, Steven Kolb, and Vivienne Tam were among the industry professionals who evaluated the students&#8217; work.</p><p>Other highlights were Logan Samuelson&#8216;s sleek and simple pieces that recalled those of Alexander Wang (a Parsons dropout), Tanni Xu&#8216;s eccentric and mismatched patterns, and Bach Mai&#8216;s voluminous pieces paired with dramatic thigh-high gladiator heels.</p><p>Was there a Marc among them? Our guess is this isn&#8217;t the last we&#8217;ll be hearing from these almost-graduates.</p><p>Check out 10 of our favorite looks below:</p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?Did Rachel Zoe Copy One Of Her Designs? <p>by 5:55 pm, January 11th, 2011</p> <p></p><p>We know, we know: this is our third -focused story of the day. This morning, the star stylist-cum-designer debuted her new contemporary line with an exclusive article in WWD, followed by a at a Manhattan loft. While the early buzz on the line was generally positive, a from Jane Keltner DeValle &#8211; Teen Vogue&#8217;s Fashion News Director &#8212; reveals that Zoe appears to have taken some very literal inspiration from a shoot she styled for the mag in 2007.</p><p>The image (above) features a white and black sequined dress from Zoe&#8217;s collection next to a page from the October 2007 issue of Teen Vogue in which Zoe styled then-intern Elena Fishman as a “paparazzi darling.” , the fashion credit for the shoot cites vintage store What Goes Around Comes Around as the source of the dress. Refinery29 spoke to Fishman who the dress is vintage and one that Zoe bought herself and even wore after the shoot. &#8220;It was a vintage piece that Rachel bought,&#8221; Fishman explained. &#8220;She originally got it at What Comes Around Goes Around and wore it to the Marc Jacob&#8217;s after-party that Fashion Week.&#8221; </p><p>Many designers draw on vintage clothing for inspiration (see , &#8216;s prints), and &#8216; collections for TopShop were designed based almost entirely on her closet. Zoe told WWD that she envisioned her new line hanging next to the likes of , which suggests she&#8217;d like to be taken seriously as a designer. How does this news affect your impression of Zoe and her collection?</p><p>We reached out to Zoe&#8217;s camp for comment earlier today, but have yet to hear back. We&#8217;ll keep you posted!</p><p>Related:</p><p> [Fashionista]<br> [Twitter]<br> [Fashionologie]<br> [R29]</p><p>Earlier:</p><p> [Styleite]</p> <p> </p>?Rachel Zoe Debuts New Line, Reveals Baby&#8217;s Gender! <p>by 10:24 am, January 11th, 2011</p> <p><br>WWD with Zoe in the midst of filming the fourth season of her hit Bravo show &#8220;The Rachel Zoe Project,&#8221; while the stylist-turned-star-turned-designer was putting the finishing touches on her new contemporary collection. Not to be confused with her insanely successful and , Zoe&#8217;s new line considers and the competition, and will be priced at $250 for a day dress to $700 for a full tuxedo.</p><p>The collection, on which she partnered with Fung &#038; Li, is purposeful departure from her QVC collection and what most would consider her signature style. Zoe told WWD, “I’d imagine everybody is expecting something from me that’s kind of a Seventies, uberboho-glam kind of thing, and, you know, very accessorized. And it’s not.” </p><p>Though the publication described her belly as something that &#8220;could pass for a big lunch,&#8221; is seven months pregnant with what is now officially a baby boy.</p><p>[Zoe] initiates the [pregnancy] conversation during a phone interview last week, though she stops short of divulging if it’s a boy or a girl. Either something changed over the weekend or she is terrible at keeping secrets, because the pronouns fly on Monday. “It all depends on his arrival,” she says patting her stomach. Not five minutes later Berman swoops down, kisses her belly and declares, “It’s a little boy.” A boy! Who will she dress up in her archive of vintage Lanvin? </p><p>Good question! We suspect we can find some takers. </p><p>Anyway! More important than the collection and her big baby reveal was the debut of beloved new replacement. According to WWD, the new Brad comes in the form of a &#8220;leggy brunette&#8221; named Mandana. Sounds like a perfect fit.</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> [WWD]</p> <p> </p>?Richard Chai Saw Me In My Underwear, And Other Shopping Tales <p>by 4:04 pm, March 29th, 2011</p> <p>Have you ever shopped at a store when the designer&#8217;s there? Because this is a thing I have done! A few times! And while it&#8217;s kind of cool, it&#8217;s also?so awkward.</p><p>The first time it happened to me, I was caught totally off-guard. I had popped into the Crangi Family Project on a lazy afternoon in hopes of securing myself a . I asked the sales associate if there were any smalls in stock, and she said they didn&#8217;t exist. I told her that I had seen both small and large options on their website. She finally found me the small cuff, but even that was too big (I have wrists).</p><p>At this point, a dude who I at first pegged as part of the visual team (having interned in a visual merchandising department for two summers, I was familiar with the cuffed jeans/cool boots/eccentric facial hair/smattering of tats look) came out from behind a curtain carrying a ladder. Ignoring this, the saleslady asked me if I was into any of the other pieces, and we chatted a bit about the collection. Have I mentioned the store is the size of a closet? Because it is. Anyway, the bearded guy offered to squeeze the bracelet smaller, so I handed it to him. And it hit me ? this is Philip Crangi. Shit. The bracelet still didn&#8217;t fit even after Philip&#8217;s impressive squeezing job, and I left empty handed and slightly embarrassed.</p><p>A few months later I attended a preview of &#8216;s sample sale at the Soho Grand because my job is awesome like that. I assumed I would check out the offerings, tweet details to Styleite&#8217;s followers, and do a little shopping of my own. Of course, the first person I saw when I arrived was Richard himself. The preview was intimate, which meant Richard was hanging out with some of his impossibly cool-looking friends while a few other lucky guests (myself included) perused the racks. I should have interviewed him right then and there, but I was so flustered and he was hanging out with his pals, so I decided to check out the clothes first.</p><p>I&#8217;m a fairly discreet shopper, but I was paranoid Richard would be ultra-perceptive, knowing if I was dismissing a design or scoffing at a price in my head. Crazy, I know, whatever. It was oddly stressful. After finding a few great pieces, I asked a girl who was working the sale where the dressing rooms were. In true sample sale form, there were none. I found a secluded corner of the room and scurried behind a rack to try on a few dresses, a couple tops and a skirt. But then a group of people crowded near the rack! Richard was one of them. So, yes, I&#8217;m pretty sure Richard Chai saw me in my underwear. My face remained flushed for the remainder of the evening.</p><p>Last week, this whole &#8220;shopping with the designer there&#8221; thing happened yet again. This time I was prepared. But it wasn&#8217;t because this had now happened to me twice before, it was because I was covering a shopping event at?&#8216;s store with . The details were explicit: come shop with Alex at his boutique. Important note: I love his stuff. A lot. His balloon shorts are a staple of my wardrobe, my favorite t-shirt bears his tag, and I bring my Millie satchel everywhere.</p><p>But I just couldn&#8217;t get myself to shop at the event. This is partly because most of my best A-Wang finds came to me via sample sales and The Outnet. This is partly because I felt so weird knowing he could be watching my every move! Of course, he wouldn&#8217;t have batted a lash. He was too busy chatting with model types, taking interviews, and playing with his . But still! I felt awkward just thinking about it! Instead, I admired all of the pretty things and sipped champagne. No purchases for me.</p><p>So, yes, this is a thing I&#8217;ve thought about a lot recently. Is this type of situation as awkward for designers as it is for customers? I tried to put myself in their shoes. The closest equivalent I can think of is someone reading something I wrote right in front of me. This has happened to me before! And it&#8217;s so awkward! But it&#8217;s also kind of cool. Actually, it&#8217;s really cool. But that doesn&#8217;t mean I want Richard Chai to see me in my underwear ever again.</p> <p> </p>?Another Reason To Love Robyn? She&#8217;s Addicted To Alexander Wang <p>by 4:06 pm, December 12th, 2011</p> <p>We love Robyn. We love Alexander Wang. Robyn loves Alexander Wang. Does this mean she&#8217;d love us?</p><p>The pop diva performed on Saturday Night Live, showing off her pipes and her sick moves. She also wore . First of all, she wore an amazing Alexander Wang sweater in the promos.?We must . It&#8217;s the greatest:</p><p><p><p></p><p>And then on the actual show she sang &#8220;Call Your Girlfriend&#8221; in a shiny maroon Alexander Wang jacket, a?Calvin Klein corset, and Black Milk stained glass leggings. Also, the girl has custom platform Timberland boots:</p><p><p><p></p><p>In a variation on a theme, she wore a crazy A-Wang belt vest (?!), Black Milk map leggings, and those same insane shoes for &#8220;Dancing On My Own&#8221;:</p><p><p><p></p><p>Cool duds or coolest duds? Check out all the looks in the slideshow below:</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>[via ]</p> <p> </p>?Alexander Wang&#8217;s New President Means Business <p>by 2:08 pm, November 30th, 2010</p> <p>It&#8217;s not like we needed any proof that was going to be a fashion titan one day, but that&#8217;s exactly what we got this morning when we heard that the designer just hired a new president.</p><p>Rodrigo Bazan, the new guy at Alexander Wang, used to be the vice president and general manager of Europe, the Middle East and India for International. That a guy with such heavy responsibilities at such a gigantic global company is packing up all his stuff to move across the Atlantic for a new job is telling of the promise that new job holds. Which is exactly what Wang told WWD.</p><p>“At this point, we have reached a level of growth that now requires a certain leadership to guide us through this next phase,” said Wang. “Rodrigo brings a new perspective in the market with his strong business and finance background coupled with a cunning creative side.</p><p>If the &#8220;next phase&#8221; is anything like what industry minders have projected for Wang the wunderkind, Bazan could be expected to help the company blow up into a global presence. Its corporate structure has never even had a president before, and mostly relied on the talents of Dennis and Aimie Wang, Alexander&#8217;s brother and sister-in-law, to run the financials. (They get to keep their jobs, by the way.)</p><p>Bazan will start his new job on Dec. 5. Alexander Wang&#8217;s World Domination Tour will be underway by the 6th.</p><p>[WWD (Subscription Required)]</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Saint Laurent&#8217;s Show Draws France&#8217;s First Lady, Cathy Horyn&#8217;s Wrath <p>by 12:56 pm, October 2nd, 2012</p> <p>He the name of the house, the atelier to Los Angeles, the branding, and yesterday showed his first collection for Saint Laurent (hold the Yves, please). </p><p>As you might expect, it was one of the hottest tickets of Paris Fashion Week (along with Dior , natch), and the front row was populated not only with the usual industry heavyweights, but also with France&#8217;s First Lady Valerie Trierweiler, who took her seat next to Anna Wintour. Plenty of big name designers were also in the house: , , , Peter Dundas, , , and were joined by musicians Jamie Hince (with wife by his side) and Daft Punk, and, from Slimane&#8217;s other chosen field, photographers , , and . Rounding out the pack were newly-minted Jessica Chastain, and Yves&#8217; longtime consorts Pierre Berge and Betty Catroux.</p><p>The show, which Slimane dedicated to Berge, harkened back to the 1966, when Saint Laurent Rive Gauche boutique opened on Paris&#8217; left bank, marking the first time a French couturier put their skills towards a complete ready-to-wear line. The influence of the period is clear from the first look, with its floppy, wide-brimmed hat shading a skinny tuxedo suit, a signature of both Yves and Dior Homme-era Hedi. And, even 50 years later, Catroux could not have missed the suede lace-up, safari-style pieces that mimicked the she wore to the Rive Gauche opening. The house has also been known for its celebration of bohemia, a theme that snaked through the Spring 2013 collection in sheer, trailing hems, voluminous sleeves, and fringed capes that swung as the models sashayed down the runway. </p><p>But while most critics lauded the invocation of the past, the New York Times&#8216; Slimane&#8217;s &#8220;frozen vision of a bohemian chick at the Chateau Marmont,&#8221; asserting that it &#8220;lacked a new fashion spirit&#8221; and likening it to the vintage-chic look put forward by various designers and stylists in the past few years (*cough* Rachel Zoe *cough*). While unabashed fans of this look ourselves, we do see Horyn&#8217;s point &#8212; even more so when it comes to the lack of professionalism exhibited by Slimane by denying her an invite to the show in the first place. As she explains:</p><p>I was not invited. Despite positive reviews of his early YSL and Dior collections, as well as a profile, Mr. Slimane objected bitterly to a review I wrote in 2004 ? not about him but Raf Simons. Essentially I wrote that without Mr. Simons’s template of slim tailoring and street casting, there would not have been a Hedi Slimane ? just as there would never have been a Raf Simons without Helmut Lang. Fashion develops a bit like a genetic line. Anyway, Mr. Slimane insisted that he was the first to show the skinny suit. It was a silly debate. Who cares? As time went on, he also felt (as best as I can tell) that I gave preference to Mr. Simons in my coverage of the men’s shows. If I gave him attention, it was because his work and my reporting into the key early part of his career merited it. I haven’t spoken to Mr. Slimane in five years.</p><p>This seems like an awfully long time to hold a grudge, and how else to explain an invite denied to one of the industry&#8217;s most prominent critics? Even plans to have a front row seat waiting , and she called him We&#8217;ve reached out to the house for comment and will update when we hear back &#8212; but in the meantime, perhaps it&#8217;s time for the enfant terrible to grow up a little?</p><p>Check out the pictures from the collection below:</p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Sarah Jessica Parker Pairs Her Evening Gown With A Blazer <p>by 10:25 am, July 12th, 2011</p> <p>While Emma Watson was busy basking in the bronze glow of her , Sarah Jessica Parker took in the New York premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part Two in a geometric print gown from &#8216;s Resort 2012 collection less than a month after it walked down the runway.</p><p>Parker paired the dress with a midnight blue blazer from Ferragamo&#8217;s equally new as well as an olive green crocodile bucket bag which puts . Also, we love a summertime blazer.</p><p></p><p><br><br><br></p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?Introducing The World&#8217;s Most Sexist Pair Of Pants <p>by 1:51 pm, March 7th, 2012</p> <p>And the continues! The latest controversy to come across our desk involves an exceptionally sexist pair of pants.</p><p>It all started when the Daily Telegraph&#8216;s Digital Media Editor Emma Barnett found a pair of her boyfriend&#8217;s pants while she was cleaning her house. The pants&#8217; large white tag caught her eye, and a closer look caused her to of its washing instructions on Monday:</p><p></p><p></p><p>In a , Barnett picked apart the tag&#8217;s sexist message, writing: &#8220;Even the language ? ‘Your Woman’ ? presupposed some kind of Neanderthal mentality from my boyfriend, an unwilling shopper after some affordable chinos ? preferably not lined with sexist imperatives.&#8221; The pants come from British discount brand?Madhouse.?She reached out to the company, who were slow to reply, though they? that they had no clue the tag read as such. This seems pretty unlikely ? someone at Madhouse had to have given the text the okay.</p><p>Barnett&#8217;s thoughts on the matter echo our own:</p><p>If the comment had been remotely funny ? I would have been the first to laugh and shrug it off ? as it really wouldn’t have bothered me enough to photograph it, tweet it, and then write about it. But it was the lack of any implied humor and the horrible surprise of such an incongruous message hidden away inside some trousers, that left me just plain stunned.</p><p>What do you think? Are the pants funny or offensive?</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Shopping Alexander Wang at 2AM: Our New M’O <p>by Christina Ohly 4:01 pm, February 17th, 2011</p> <p><br>In case you were wondering what’s like to shop for the hottest looks of New York Fashion Week at all hours of the day and night, we’re here to tell you… it’s fairly freakin’ fabulous thanks to the launch of web site, . The brainchild of Vogue Contributing Editor, Lauren Santo Domingo, and CEO Aslaug Magnusdottir (formerly of Gilt Noir), M’O has officially arrived. The site went live on Wednesday with ’s Fall 2011 collection taking center screen, and we’ve got to say, this site is pretty addictive.</p><p>Starting with the media darling and GQ/CFDA menswear-award-winning Wang made perfect sense (fabulous on top of more fabulous) and the 39 looks from his runway do not disappoint on the small screen. After logging into the members-only site, we were able to browse everything from a shiny poncho with exposed zipper ($895) to a long sleeve button front draped tunic ($625), to drain pipe jeans and a (relatively affordable) collared tuxedo tank ($435.00).</p><p>But it was the ($9,800) in pale pink mink that had us at hello. This two pocket fur jacket with a notch collar and simple buttons is a little slice of Heaven ?- and it could be ours for just $4,900 down! The site clearly lays out everything from estimated delivery date (in this case, September 1 ? October 1, 2011), to payment instructions (trop cher; 50% up front, the balance upon delivery 6 months later). There is no detailed size guide, so we shot off a quick email to their personal shopper for guidance. Consider this feature customer service for the couture crowd. Within minutes we received word back about this particular coat, its’ boxy fit and broad shoulders, and how we might consider sizing down in this piece. Lovely, courteous, prompt… we could get used to this form of retail very quickly.</p><p>At any rate, we fought the urge to purchase this gorgeous piece of outerwear if only because we wondered what would actually happen if we laid the Am Ex down on it? Instant card and/or computer explosion? A call from fraud alert? Maybe next time. The interaction with the kind and knowledgeable stylist, however, made the whole process fun and assured us that we were in very good, very fashionable hands.</p><p>Other site features include a tight but handy breakdown of a garment’s finer points including “Details” such as lining, finishes, and place of manufacture. “Fit” gives a basic “true to size” rundown (again, a size 0 is a size 0 is a size 0), and the “Stylist” tab basically tells you how to wear the garment (in the case of the beloved mink coat, paired with “distressed menswear-inspired denim”). But you would’ve thought of that on your own…</p><p>Perhaps best of all, M’O allows you to see the looks up close ?- we’re talking right down to the fibers -? and also to see garments in motion for a clearer sense of drape and fit. This is a good thing as not all items may be returned and you want to know what you’re getting into at these price points. Some items such as apparel and footwear may be returned for store credit, while others such as accessories, handbags, lingerie and swimwear, vintage items, and wallets may not.</p><p>And while there were bugs and the odd typo on Day 1 ?- hey, it’s a start up and even they are (thankfully) human -? we hear that the kinks are being worked out in time for the (starts today), Thakoon, and shows that will be posted later this week. February and March look to be packed with trunk shows ?- Proenza Schouler, , , and -? plus beefed up editorial content. We look forward to hearing what the creative M’O team has to say.</p> <p> </p>?Simon Doonan Reveals His Must-Have Decorating Item <p>by 7:04 pm, October 30th, 2011</p> <p>Give a window, a cause and enough chicken wire and he can turn nearly any storefront into a retail wonderland. That&#8217;s exactly what happened when Pay Pal (yes, Pay Pal) asked the fashion expert and creative ambassador at large of Barney&#8217;s to design windows for its new brick-and-mortar showroom in New York City.</p><p></p><p>Pay Pal, the service that makes it easy to pay for things on eBay or donate to Occupy Wall Street over the Internet, has set up a real, live store to demonstrate how its features can be used in the traditional retail space &#8212; stores like Barney&#8217;s where Doonan has worked since he was a teenager. The company will use its space at 174 Hudson Street to pitch retailers on ushering in the future of shopping: things like letting customers use the phone and pin numbers associated with their Pay Pal accounts to make electronic purchases &#8212; handy if you ever happen to misplace your wallet and need to buy something fast.</p><p>Doonan&#8217;s job was to make the store look as festive as anything on Fifth Avenue during the holidays, and he delivered. He clad the windows in miles of ribbon and chiffon in Pay Pal&#8217;s signature blue, and bought box after box of wooden artist&#8217;s models in varying sizes to represent &#8220;the hundred million people that use Pay Pal,&#8221; Doonan said. &#8220;I think we bought a hundred million of these for the installation.&#8221;</p><p></p><p>So if a hundred million people are buying things online through Pay Pal, does that mean traditional retailers &#8212; who see less and less foot traffic every day &#8212; have to worry about keeping their doors open? Doonan says no, so long as they don&#8217;t resist change.</p><p>&#8220;I think this is a period where we as retailers have to be incredibly nimble. All bets are off,&#8221; he said. &#8220;I remember five years ago, someone said to me, &#8216;Maybe one day people will shop on their phones,&#8217; and I said &#8216;That&#8217;s insane.&#8217; And now it&#8217;s quite normal.&#8221;</p><p>But his windows in the space are anything but &#8212; just as retailers have to be nimble to get business, Doonan says his windows have to be a little out there to get people&#8217;s attention.</p><p>&#8220;I&#8217;m always looking for an unconventional way to do holiday. So here&#8217;s a wreath, which is essentially conventional, but what can you do with a wreath that makes it unconventional?&#8221; he said, standing outside of the store looking at the windows. &#8220;You don&#8217;t have to deviate from the iconography. You can do sleighs, you can do wreaths, you can do garlands, but how can you do them differently? You can do that at home. You can make yourself a wreath but make it out of old tin cans and reflective things, found objects, things that are readily available. At Barney&#8217;s we&#8217;ve made reindeer out of old Coke cans.&#8221; </p><p>It&#8217;s that kind of thinking that&#8217;s kept successful retail operations alive, Doonan says.</p><p>&#8220;You have to get involved, otherwise you do end up like Whistler&#8217;s Mother, sitting there knitting and watching it all unfurl and having less and less of an understanding of it.&#8221;</p> <p> </p>?Srsly&#8217;s New Video Perfectly Captures Our Fashion Week Experience <p>by 11:55 am, September 11th, 2012</p> <p><br>We know complaining about fashion week engenders only the tiniest of tiny violins, but while and watching make it all worthwhile, this really is how we spend most of our days.</p><p>(For more on the ladies behind SRSLY, check out some of their past videos , , and &#8212; and our interview with them .)</p><p>WATCH:</p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p><p></p><p>&#8220;Clipboards&#8221; is part of a series of three videos SRSLY has filmed exclusively for Glamour. To watch the first video in the series, &#8220;Models Everywhere,&#8221; which includes a cameo from Sessilee Lopez, . The third video will debut tomorrow.</p><p>[]</p> <p> </p>?StyleDish: The Shiba Inu Puppy Cam Is Back! <p>by 4:51 pm, April 22nd, 2011</p> <p></p><p>We have been doing nothing but writing about fashion all day, and while there&#8217;s really nothing more that we enjoy than that, we also really love puppies. In honor of the return or the Shiba Inu Puppy Cam on UStream, we&#8217;ve made that the main course of today&#8217;s . But please also enjoy the dulcet tones of &#8216;s voice, &#8216;s home collection and the best Easter Eggs known to man.</p><p> [USTREAM]</p><p> [Vanity Fair]</p><p> [The Gloss]</p><p> [The Cut]</p><p> [The Hairpin]</p><p> [StyleCaster]</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: Daria Morgendorffer&#8217;s Greatest Retail Regret <p>by 5:27 pm, August 8th, 2011</p> <p><br>Today in Things That Makes Us Insanely Jealous, the ladies over at Racked interviewed reclusive high school icon Daria Morgendorffer about her shopping habits and her greatest retail regret. That should pretty much be enough for you but just in case, we&#8217;ve also got more news about that maybe-happening SATC prequel and a new project for and. </p><p> [Racked]</p><p> [Jezebel]</p><p> [Andrej Pejic Page Tumblr]</p><p> [The Gloss]</p><p> [Refinery 29]</p><p> [Polyvore]</p><p>And while we have you: is there anything more awesome than free music? Diesel is giving away a 15-track sampler featuring Matt and Kim, Ra Ra Riot, Tokyo Police Club, Thao and Mirah, and The Pains of Being Pure At Heart will be available via a download card that Diesel stores nationwide. The card is free, no purchase is necessary. </p> <p></p>?StyleDish: Downton Abbey, Alexander Wang, &#038; Other Favorite Things <p>by 5:13 pm, January 8th, 2012</p> <p></p><p>Today&#8217;s involves many things we love, including but not limited to Matthew Crawley and Alexander Wang sweaters.</p><p> [Gawker]</p><p> [HuffPost Style]</p><p> [The Jane Dough]</p><p> [StyleCaster]</p><p> [The Cut]</p><p> [Refinery29]</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: Go Behind The Scenes Of Beth Ditto&#8217;s Beauty Shoot With MAC <p>by 5:37 pm, May 30th, 2012</p> <p></p><p>And the are pretty cool!</p><p> [Fashionista]</p><p> [Art Info]</p><p> [NYT]</p><p> [HuffPost Black Voices]</p><p> [Dazed and Confused]</p><p> [The Cut]</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: Guess Who Owns The Row&#8217;s Fancy Backpack? <p>by 5:33 pm, May 15th, 2012</p> <p></p><p></p><p>She has a dreamy fiance, too.</p><p> [The Gloss]</p><p> [Teen Vogue]</p><p> [MTV Style]</p><p> [The Cut]</p><p> [BuzzFeed Shift]</p><p> [High Snobette]</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: Buy A Cute Shirt From An Adorable Kid, Help Japan! <p>by 6:14 pm, March 25th, 2011</p> <p>Because we love , today&#8217;s &#8216; is dedicated to Solange Knowles adorable son, who designed his very own t-shirt to benefit Japan. And if that wasn&#8217;t enough, we&#8217;ve got ELLE&#8216;s ultimate trend shopping guide, an editorial debate over the appeal of Sasha Grey, and Dita von Teese&#8217;s line of cardigans. Click, click, click away!</p><p> [Refinery29]</p><p> [ELLE]</p><p> [The Gloss]</p><p> [People StyleWatch]</p><p> [The Awl]</p><p> [Racked NY]</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: Pregnance Pics, Y&#8217;All! <p>by 6:39 pm, September 19th, 2011</p> <p></p><p>In today&#8217;s , the pregnance makes its London Fashion Week debut, CFDA darlings make ugly t-shirts for Starbucks, and George Clooney makes us melt.</p><p> [HuffPost Style]</p><p> [Fashionista]</p><p> [Racked]</p><p> [The Cut]</p><p> [Refinery29]</p><p> [Jezebel]</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: This Kid Is So Not Feeling Fashion Week <p>by 6:17 pm, September 11th, 2011</p> <p>Today&#8217;s involves a little boy who isn&#8217;t into Fashion Week, a behind-the-scenes look at Alexander Wang, and a guide to sweatpants. Ugh, do we miss sweatpants.</p><p></p><p> [Refinery29]</p><p> [Fashionista]</p><p> [The Cut]</p><p> [Racked]</p><p> [Beauty High]</p><p> [StyleList]</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: Alexander Wang&#8217;s Niece Continues To Rule Fashion World <p>by 3:32 pm, September 18th, 2011</p> <p>Aila Wang! Seth Cohen! Aila Wang! Seth Cohen! There is just so much goodness in today&#8217;s . We even threw a few Missoni for Target horror stories in there just for kicks. Eat up!</p><p></p><p> [Stylelist]</p><p> [Go Fug Yourself]</p><p> [Racked]</p><p> [The Gloss]</p><p> [StyleCaster]</p><p> [Fashionista]</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: In Which Tavi Gevinson Channels Nicki Minaj <p>by 5:43 pm, September 21st, 2011</p> <p></p><p>So our friend at Refinery29 kidnapped teen blogging phenomenon and forced her to perform rap on camera. Actually that&#8217;s not true &#8212; Gevinson willingly climbed into the back of the site&#8217;s Fash Cab and did Nicki Minaj&#8216;s part of Kanye West&#8216;s song Monster. Oh yes. Yes she did. Also in today&#8217;s , the best jeans to carry your iPad in and how to try on clothes without ever actually touching them.</p><p> [The Gloss]</p><p> [Fashionista]</p><p> [The Cut]</p><p> [Refinery29]</p><p> [Buzzfeed]</p><p> [The New York Times]</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: This Is What NYFW Was Like In The &#8217;80s and &#8217;90s <p>by 5:08 pm, September 9th, 2012</p> <p><br>How we miss the supermodels of yesteryear!</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: We Want All Schiaparelli Everything, Please <p>by 5:26 pm, April 27th, 2012</p> <p></p><p>Seriously, buy us everything. Please.</p><p> [The Moment]</p><p> [WWD]</p><p> [Nickelson Wooster]</p><p> [BuzzFeed Shift]</p><p> [The Cut]</p><p> [Refinery29]</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: Illustrated Rumors About Anna Wintour <p>by 6:08 pm, February 17th, 2011</p> <p></p><p>In today&#8217;s , hilarious drawings that stoke the fire on some of our favorite rumors about , an adorable photo from designer &#8216;s childhood, and on why modeling is a &#8220;sh*tty career.&#8221;</p><p> [The Cut]</p><p> [The Hairpin]</p><p> [The Huffington Post]</p><p> [Fashionista]</p><p> [StyleCaster]</p><p> [The Gloss]</p> <p></p>?StyleDish: How Cute Is Alexander Wang&#8217;s (Supposed) Niece? <p>by 5:28 pm, February 24th, 2011</p> <p></p><p>Because it&#8217;s never too early to start learning about (and wearing) amazing high-fashion garments, we bring you this adorable photo of a little girl thought to be designer &#8216;s niece. (But even if she&#8217;s not, how dope does she look with that mini Chanel?) Also, where to find a decent painting of and a bracelet that can detect menstrual cycles. Or something.</p><p> [BuzzFeed]</p><p> [The Gloss]</p><p> [StyleCaster]</p><p> [HuffPo Style]</p><p> [The Cut]</p><p> [Refinery29]</p> <p></p>?Summer Chic In Sophie Theallet For Nine West <p>by Sponsored Content 3:19 pm, May 16th, 2011</p> <p>For us, summer is all about ease, and one of the great things about &#8216;s collection for Nine West is that all of its elements are easy to wear &#8212; to say nothing of the fact that that mixes in with things we already wear. For a trip to the beach or a casual summer barbecue, there&#8217;s nothing better than a pair of denim cutoffs, like these from , and an oversize t-shirt courtesy of and a pair of from . Finished with Theallet&#8217;s Pila ballerina flats and Emma straw satchel, it&#8217;s the perfect, thrown-together chic look. See, we told you: totally easy.</p><p><br><p></p> <p> </p>?Taylor Swift Isn&#8217;t Quite Over The Trauma Of Her Middle School Years <p>by 10:54 am, January 17th, 2012</p> <p>We&#8217;ll read almost any profile of the preternaturally sunny Taylor Swift, and the cover story in the February issue of?Vogue is full of some delicious T-Swift nuggets.</p><p>The has Taylor ? who we generally only see in princess dresses by the likes of and ? visiting fashion&#8217;s edgy young stars during Fashion Week. There&#8217;s a nod to? Rooney Mara, who is with Swift and (&#8220;An editor sitting nearby jokes that the two could be the good witch and the wicked witch from The Wizard of Oz.&#8221;). There are appearances by (who delights in her sample sized-figure), (to whom she confides that she wants to bake cookies with?), and Joseph Altuzarra. After all, the cover line does read &#8220;a cool new look for America&#8217;s sweetheart&#8221;.</p><p>She asks if her cursing can be off the record, though she doesn&#8217;t curse of her own volition ? just when she&#8217;s quoting the . She grew up on a Christmas tree farm (!), and calls her condo in Nashville?“very Alice in Wonderland imaginarium”. She wants to be in a movie! She loves hugs! There really is a whole lot to learn in this piece, including how Jake Gyllenhaal broke her heart and will be the subject of her next album.</p><p>But our favorite part? This:</p><p>“All of my favorite people?people I really trust?none of them were cool in their younger years,” she says. “Because if you know how to be cool in middle school, maybe you have skills you shouldn’t. Maybe you know how to be conniving, like, naturally.” She laughs. “There’s always that seventh-grade girl who looks like she’s 25. And you’re like, How do you do it? How do you do it, Sarah Jaxheimer?” She lets out a comically ear-piercing shriek: “Why is your hair always so shiny?!”</p><p>Congratulations, Sarah Jaxheimer! You are now famous! And very easily ! </p><p>As for the photos, we continue to , but the rest of the -lensed spread has us underwhelmed. Check it all out below:</p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p>[]</p> <p> </p>?Miss Piggy To Unveil Muppets x Opening Ceremony Collab On FNO <p>by 12:55 pm, August 23rd, 2011</p> <p>It looks like Miss Piggy&#8217;s fashion career is really taking off. First, the porcine puppet took a as the editrix of Vogue Paris and now she (and her fellow muppets) are collaborating with Opening Ceremony!</p><p>Miss Piggy will be on hand at the Ace Hotel in New York City on to unveil the collection. So far, there&#8217;s no word on what it will actually look like, but we&#8217;ve got our fingers crossed for some Piggy-approved boas and maybe even some stage-ready costume jewelry!</p><p>, that&#8217;s not the only thing the store has planned for their FNO party:</p><p>Other highlights from Opening Ceremony’s Fashion’s Night Out bash include live dance performances outfitted by Alexander Wang, Proenza Schouler, Suno, and Opening Ceremony; a raffle to win a PS1 hosted by the Proenza Schouler boys, a magic show hosted by the Rodarte girls; a Tumblr-sponsored photo booth that will have your pretty mugs uploaded in real time to the brand’s just-unveiled Tumblr, and so, so much more.</p><p>While we second in we&#8217;re so FNOver? Fashion&#8217;s Night Out, this might be the one party we make it to come hell or high water. (It also helps that it&#8217;s right next to our apartment.) Miss Piggy, FTW!</p> <p> </p>?The Zoe Report: Wonder Wand <p>by 11:09 am, September 24th, 2010</p> <p>As many of you may have noticed, I have lately been breaking away from my signature wavy hairstyle?New York Fashion Week found me in and even a formerly unthinkable that I now love. Crazy, right?! While I have had fun changing up my routine, I predict I&#8217;ll be back to rockin&#8217; volume-heavy tresses sooner than expected, thanks to Sultra&#8217;s latest styling tool, the .</p><p>Used backstage at Alexander Wang&#8217;s SS11 show to create texture on the model&#8217;s ultra-cool , this quick heating, multi-functional tool is a new fashion world fave. As a serious fan of Sultra&#8217;s lightning fast , I was not surprised that the takes half the time of a traditional rod curling iron. The ceramic heat mends your locks with infrared rays that protect the hair&#8217;s cuticle while simultaneously creating red carpet-worthy curls and waves. Just wrap strands around the barrel?so easy!?and walk out the door. Your locks will last all day. Bombshell beauty. xoRZ</p><p>Availability: Sultra ($130). For additional retailer information, visit .?PHOTOS: The Versace For H&#038;M Men&#8217;s Stuff Is Seizure-iffic! <p>by 12:15 pm, October 20th, 2011</p> <p>Just in case you&#8217;d were finally able to scrub the images of the Versace for H&#038;M men&#8217;s collection out of your eyes, allow us to present it in full! </p><p></p><p>The bidding starts at $17.95 for a pair of boxer briefs printed with Versace&#8217;s aquatic leopard print motif and goes right up to $299 for a pair of gold studded leather pants. In between there are some pretty interesting shirts, featuring full plackets covering the buttons and metallic gold wingtips, for $49.95; scarves and beanies with the house&#8217;s signature greek key print; and $24.95 t-shirts printed with alligators. You&#8217;ll also find a pair of shorts and a t-shirt decorated with studs, which look sort of like what you imagine would happen if was left alone in a summer camp craft room for a few hours. </p><p></p><p>We know we harshed on the men&#8217;s collection the other day, but it&#8217;s not all bad. We&#8217;re already saving up for a one-button tuxedo jacket that calls to mind the one Kanye West wore in My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. And all the pants (even the pink ones!) look like they would fit impeccably well.</p><p>Take a look at the collection below, and tell us what you think in the comments</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Victoria&#8217;s Secret Fashion Show Extravaganza! <p>by 10:15 am, November 11th, 2010</p> <p>Though the show itself won&#8217;t be seen by the general public until November 30th, Victoria&#8217;s Secret held its annual fashion show extravaganza last night and the pictures today are worth a thousand words.</p><p>The show was attended by a remarkably eclectic group of fashion&#8217;s finest, including , , and her daughter Julia, Kate Lanphear, and, of course, the Hiltons. Akon and Katy Perry performed, models maneuvered the boobytrap-ridden runway with half-naked aplomb, and wept dry, silent tears in her cold, dark office at 4 Times Square.<br></p><p>Let&#8217;s take an annotated stroll through the photos. First up: the attendees.</p><p></p><p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <br></p><p><br></p> <p>Pages: 1 </p> <p> </p>?PHOTOS: Everything You Need To Know About The Victoria&#8217;s Secret Show <p>by 11:20 am, November 10th, 2011</p> <p>There are fashion shows, and then there are several-million dollar mulitmedia and fashion extravaganzas. And last night&#8217;s Victoria&#8217;s Secret Fashion Show, with it&#8217;s neon wings and supermodels and performances by Kanye West, was most definitely of the latter variety.</p><p>The highly produced annual event went off with several bangs last night in New York City, and by all accounts it was the kind of deeply fabulous affair that you can only pull off if you&#8217;re a deep-pocketed brand like Victoria&#8217;s Secret. Every model from to to walked in the show &#8212; even gained 15 pounds to fill out her wings this year &#8212; and they were egged on at every step by Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, Jay-Z and Maroon 5. (Cutest moment of the night? When Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine serenaded his Victoria&#8217;s Secret Angel girlfriend Anne Vyalitsina coming down the runway.)</p><p>But even the cutest, most highly produced fashion shows are nothing without a great front row, and this one did not disappoint. Designers and were there, as were and Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, Debbie Harry, Cuba Gooding Jr. and the dad from Gossip Girl all showed up to watch.</p><p>And without much further ado, here&#8217;s what they saw. You can see the full show when it airs later this year.</p><p></p> <p>Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow.</p> <p> </p>?10 Important Things We Learned Last Week: April 10-16 <p>by 12:20 pm, April 17th, 2011</p> <p>1. Lady Gaga wears , believes Alexander McQueen is , and leaked her . Also, a lady to make an outfit for her concert.</p><p>2. America might ban teens from and wearing . France has already banned .</p><p>3. John Galliano got at LAX airport and fired from his , while?Bernard Arnault to the controversy.</p><p>4. Details on the royal wedding have been revealed, as has a super detailed . Sarah Burton is the? to design Kate Middleton&#8216;s wedding dress, but she could wear Victoria Beckham to the . Meanwhile, Kate carries her own ,?resembles a , and inspires women to buy .</p><p>5. Kim Kardashian is upset about her Turkish Cosmo , and happens to wear . Relatedly, Khloe Kardashian has a ridiculous .</p><p>6. Alexander Wang&#8216;s looks exactly how you would expect it to.</p><p>7. Jenna Lyons may Mickey Drexler as CEO of J. Crew, but Fox News is still mad she painted her son&#8217;s pink.</p><p>8. Christian Louboutin is suing yet another company over their , and Coach is suing Joann Fabrics over their .</p><p>9. Jennifer Lopez is People&#8216;s of 2011. We even talked about it !</p><p>10. Jean underpants are a thing that sort of .</p> <p> </p>?10 Important Things We Learned This Week: December 11-17 <p>by 12:05 pm, December 18th, 2011</p> <p>1. The?Obama family wore? when they met?Justin Bieber. They then took a great?.</p><p>2. Jimmy Choo makes expensive faux croc?, but?Hermes makes expensive?. In related news,?Chanel sells expensive? and?Vogue sells an expensive?.</p><p>3. Prabal Gurung is designing Sephora&#8216;s?, and he wants his own?.</p><p>4. Kate and Pippa Middleton on SNL! Also, Robyn tons of Alexander Wang on the show.</p><p>5. Elizabeth Taylor&#8216;s jewelry was auctioned for , with a from Kim Kardashian. The accessories from Lady Gaga&#8216;s Vanity Fair shoot are also going to be . (Tim Gunn .)</p><p>6. Marc Jacobs may be?, has weird?, and?.</p><p>7. Vogue and Meryl Streep is a total kickass feminist. Also, Anna Wintour talked about the Vogue archive?.</p><p>8. Rooney Mara&#8216;s style has in the past few years. We&#8217;re okay with it because this week she wore and on the red carpet.</p><p>9. Paris its Fashion Week days, and even more upsettingly, Fashion&#8217;s Night Out is .</p><p>10. Courtney Love is getting for redecorating her townhouse, but she . Unlike Love&#8217;s digs,?Agyness Deyn&#8216;s apartment is .</p> <p> </p>?10 Important Things We Learned Last Week: July 17-23 <p>by 12:20 pm, July 24th, 2011</p> <p>1. Kate Middleton&#8216;s cost $400,000. The Queen found the &#8220;creepy&#8221;, though it&#8217;s unclear what she thinks about the?Disney princess dresses getting a </p><p>2. Karl Lagerfeld&#8216;s Macy&#8217;s collection next month! .</p><p>3. Summer&#8217;s Eve is officially the .</p><p>4. Photoshop made Topshop model Codie Young look and totally an H&amp;M model&#8217;s face.</p><p>5. Alexander Wang&#8216;s reminds us of a whole bunch of things. Also, we would like to have with him and his family.</p><p>6. David and Victoria Beckham&#8216;s daughter Harper is , but the facts surrounding are questionable. Relatedly, her dad is his own fragrance.</p><p>7. Christian Dior promised Christian Louboutin&#8216;s red soles. Valentino did not because he? red-soled shoes decades ago.</p><p>8, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are continuing with their Kohl&#8217;s despite their divorce, while Gwen Stefani has teamed up to make for Target. And don&#8217;t worry ? Lil Wayne is also getting in on the action, but we&#8217;re still Kanye.</p><p>9. Tavi Gevinson fellow teen style queen Hailee Steinfeld at a Miu Miu event. Not to be outdone by the Oscar nominee, Tavi is shopping for a .</p><p>10. Michelle Obama is making her first in the fall, and she&#8217;ll be Chris Benz.</p> <p> </p>?10 Important Things We Learned Last Week: March 20-26 <p>by 11:58 am, March 27th, 2011</p> <p>1. Elizabeth Taylor . We rounded up her most notable?, as well as?some about the icon.</p><p>2. Not only is Anna Wintour&#8216;s WSJ. awesome, so is the accompanying .</p><p>3. Gisele is the face of H&amp;M&#8217;s latest?, though the ads may look a bit if you&#8217;re in the Middle East. But no matter where you are, her Vogue Paris is casually stunning.</p><p>4. Kate and William are asking for in lieu of royal wedding gifts. There is now a royal wedding (which seems silly) and a (which looks silly and awesome).</p><p>5. Tom Ford is a .</p><p>6. Andrej Pejic thinks he&#8217;s more than Lea T. Well, we certainly haven&#8217;t seen Le