2009 April 27
Links of The Daily
(NEW YORK) When Cartier Was Just for the Likes of Liz [NY Times]
"Even in a recession, the client most crucial to luxury goods purveyors is no longer a Rockefeller but a Real Housewife of New York"
Fashionable Fortunes [Vogue UK]
Where Kate Moss, Natalie Massanet, Sir Phillip Green, and Natalia Vodianova fall on the richest Brit list
Luz Keeping Madonna Warm [Page Six]
Marc Jacobs allegedly "wrote a letter of support for Jesus [Luz]'s work permit" to allow him to stay in the country--as a favor to pal Madonna
Enter the Republic [Vogue UK]
Banana Republic introduces new Heritage line, with 90% created in sustainable fabrics like organic cotton, soy silk and bamboo
Walk This Way? No Thanks [Guardian UK]
"Somewhere between the skyscraper high heel with too-small platform sole (as modelled by Gwyneth Paltrow), the heel-less stiletto (as worn by Victoria Beckham), the frankly dangerous velvet slipper-sandals that brought half of Prada's models tumbling to the floor last September, and the insanity of the open-toed, bare-ankled boot, shoes became mad."
Yesterday, Francisco Costa debuted a softer side for Pre-Fall on his runway. Costa has been the only designer thus far to actually present a runway show for the typically buyer oriented...
The New York Fashion Week schedule is losing Yohji Yamamoto from the mix, as the designer will be showing his Y-3 collection in Paris starting in January. The coed collection, which...
Nicoletta Santoro, currently a stylist and international fashion director-at-large at Vogue China, has been named creative director-at-large at Town & Country...David DeRobbio, formerly...