2009 March 6
Christian Dior - Paris Fall 2009
(PARIS) John Galliano plans a trip? Sure, you'll go. For Fall, he looked East--way East--and offered up a painstakingly-researched take on "Persian miniatures and the rich decadence of the Orientalists," as the line notes articulated. The maison's classics were reconfigured accordingly--dove grey pinstripe suits cut in a domed shape, while silk trousers took the drop-crotch trend to a new high (although it's low). The sheer beaded silk caftans in saturated shades of sea foam, ocean blue, crimson and burnt orange reminded shoppers why, when he's coming, we're buying.
Daniella Helayel, founder and creative director of Issa London, will be exiting the company after over a dozen years at the label she launched. She will be succeeded by Blue Farrier...
Last night Parsons was on parade! The design school held their annual Parson Fashion Benefit to debut their students' senior theses in a fashion show at Chelsea Piers to a packed house...
For the latest Resort circuit, DKNY showed a mix of sporty and sweet, with a bit of edgy glam and a touch of the pervasive menswear-as-womenswear theme. The look that captured this...