2007 March 1
Emanuel Ungaro - Paris Fall 2007
(NEW YORK) With nightclub attire as his point of focus, Peter Dundas stepped out predominantly in black lit by electric flashes of cerulean and plum. Coats combined sharp, often tulip-shaped tailoring about the hem with loosely draped necklines and sleeves—all the better to swathe those sporting asymmetrical, itty-bitty dresses with fluid sequin zigzags as they step from the dance floor into the night air. There was still luxe aplenty, as evidenced by an extravagant white hooded fur with chin-high shoulders and a bow belt—but strappy, black, seatbelt-like embellishments and an assortment of tough-chic black puffers kept the flavor decidedly downtown.|page|
"Peter Dundas designs for a strong, daring woman that is somewhere in between rock and glamour.” —Julia Von Boehm
Moda Operandi will be expanding their luxury e-commerce business, thanks to a new $20 million round of funding. Since it was founded three years ago, the site, co-founded by Lauren...
A slew of designers are getting the British Fashion Council's stamp of approval. BFC's NewGen council is sponsoring seven young labels' walks down the catwalk during London Fashion...
The perfect holiday treat just might be a dose of Donna Karan, in the form of her Urban Zen Marketplace. Brimming with gift-apropos goods of very wearable and décor-ready iterations...