2008 February 15
House of Holland - London Fall 2008
(LONDON) Roll Call: Editors galore
Chic Report: Agyness wouldn't miss it for the world---or an unfortunate eye infection. Her always-inventive pal Henry Holland simply rounded up a tartan eye patch, which Deyn even wore during her last exit. There, she was the belle of a most unconventional wedding in a floor-length purple plaid frock with eight tiers and a gauzy veil. Has House of Holland's girl grown up? Not quite--Agyness wore an antler headpiece, after all. The idea for fall was proper girl-gone-bad, a common London theme. Look after look proposed hiked-up plaid kilts, stretched-out sweaters and, of course, T-shirts. Whether tucked-in and scribbled on or suggestively cropped (not for the faint of abs, we suggest), they confirmed Holland's status as purveyor of goods for the baddest girls in town.
Chanel is taking quite a trip for its next showing: Karl Lagerfeld's latest Cruise collection will be trotted out in Dubai on May 13. The show will be staged on an island off the city...
Meaghan Murphy, formerly deputy editor at Self, has been named executive editor at Good Housekeeping...John Brodie, formerly executive editor at Hachette Book Group, has been named...
It's always an editrix-studded affair when Ann Taylor presents their latest collection, and their Fall 2014 preview this week was no exception. The likes of Kyle Anderson, Cindy Weber...