• Chic Report

    Eddie Roche | February 15, 2016

    Mags and Mods with Wilhelmina’s Bill Wackermann

    When Bill Wackermann parted ways with Condé Nast in November after 20 years with the company, all eyes were on his next move. Naturally, he landed back on top as the newly minted CEO of legendary agency Wilhelmina Models. Get ready for a poaching spree… How did you score this gig? After leaving Condé Nast,

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  • Models

    Eddie Roche | February 15, 2016

    NYFW Model Watch: Josephine Le Tutour

    You know (and love!) them on Instagram. Now, meet the top types who caught our eye at Paris Couture last month. They will be rocking your world IRL all week long. JOSEPHINE LE TUTOUR The Society Another Fashion Week begins. Do you have any rituals? I’m getting used to it, so I’m not as frightened

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  • Runway

    The Daily Front Row | February 15, 2016

    Tommy Hilfiger Fall/Winter 2016

    All aboard the S.S. contrarian! Tommy Hilfiger went nautical for fall, turning the Park Avenue Armory into a ship-shape spectacular and injecting some feel-good fashion into a season of ultra-serious clothes. Stripes, an anchor-tastic print, sparkly collars, and the occasional tiara made for a winning formula. Of the many riffs on the sailor suit, the

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  • Runway

    The Daily Front Row | February 15, 2016

    Carolina Herrera Fall/Winter 2016

    The Frick Collection was the ideal setting for Carolina Herrera’s richly-textured take on Fall. (Austerity is not Herrera’s thing, thank heavens.) The show was so polished and pristine that if you walked out of the place with the unshakable urge to ditch your denim and retouch your lipstick, you’re not alone. A seafoam green ruffled

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  • Chic Report

    Kristen Heinzinger | February 15, 2016

    Look of The Daily: Textured Pastels

    Today’s Look of The Daily: Wintry pastels in a mash-up of textures. Get the look at Target.com. Tevolio tulle maxi skirt, $80 Journee collection pumps, $40 Quilted crossbody bag, $27

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  • Chic Report

    Paige Reddinger | February 15, 2016

    Retail Report with Net-A-Porter’s Sarah Rutson

    Sarah Rutson has been at the forefront of fashion retail for three decades. But it was her move from Hong Kong’s Lane Crawford as fashion director to become Net-A-Porter’s vice president of global buying that cemented her status in luxury’s big league. Rutson, who is renowned for her own incredible style and razor-sharp eye for

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  • Runway

    The Daily Front Row | February 15, 2016

    Edun Fall/Winter 2016

    Danielle Sherman’s designs for Edun took a fresh, feminine take this season, perhaps partly due to the newness that comes with motherhood (she showed off her 7-week-old daughter on the runway after presenting her fall ’16 collection). She took cues from photographer Sharon Beal’s images of bird nests, introducing feminine dresses and separates, which she constructed from bits and pieces of contrasting materials—velour,

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  • Chic Report

    Natasha Silva-Jelly | February 15, 2016

    Ashley Michaelson on Finding Her Footing at Charles David

    For the better part of three decades, Charles David has been wowing Hollywood and beyond with a chic and wearable take on footwear. You’re the face of the brand, but you wear many hats. Yes! I started out as a shoe model, then turned into the face of the company, and then became creative director

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  • Runway

    Ashley Baker | February 15, 2016

    Prabal Gurung Fall/Winter 2016

    Memo to all European luxury conglomerates looking for a new creative director: Prabal Gurung is up for the job. Between the furs, embellishments, knits, appliqués, silks, and meticulously detailed patterns, this collection had something singular for everyone (provided their pockets are deep). We are going to go ahead and surmise that this was a very

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  • Chic Report

    Ashley Baker | February 15, 2016

    Pascal Dangin on His Pursuit of Excellence

    In an era of sensory overload, master creative director and retouching guru Pascal Dangin has that all-too-rare ability to make images stick. Over coffee at his soaring new office space in Chelsea, he explains his mastery of the medium. What happened to your building in the Meatpacking District? I sold it. I moved the backbone

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