September 1 2014

styledotcom Models share their fashion month beauty must-haves:

Subscribe to Style Magazine

Cardin Keeps On, Dries Gives One To The Guys, Brad Goreski To Start His Own Project, And More…


Pierre Cardin may be 88, but he isn’t slowing down. The designer is celebrating the sixtieth (!) anniversary of his label with his first runway show in a decade, and the kids are still picking up his pieces—Lady Gaga recently wore one of his dresses on a video shoot. “I have always designed very provocative clothes for young people,” the designer told WWD. Like those young whippersnappers, the Beatles and the Stones. [WWD]

Dries Van Noten showed his women’s collection in Paris today, but his male fans have reason to celebrate, too: The designer has just opened his first standalone men’s store in the city of light, which will be the only place to sell his new evening collection. [WWD]

Stop the presses—er, reality-TV cameras: Brad Goreski (left), the bespectacled, 33-year-old stylist assistant/BFF to Rachel Zoe, is leaving her company to branch off on his own. [People StyleWatch]

And Daisy Lowe may be a fashion plate now—and the face of the newly-relaunced (again) Biba—but she wasn’t always into clothes. “My mother always wore fishnets and see-through dresses, so I rebelled against clothes for a long time,” she told The Telegraph. “I was like Saffy from Absolutely Fabulous—I would tuck my vest into my knickers.” [Telegraph]

Photo: Joe Schildhorn / Billy Farrell Agency