August 23 2014

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D&G Open Their Doors To Others, Get Your Proenza Platforms While You Can, And More…


Dolce e Gabbana, sticking up for the little guys? The designers will now be stocking the work of up-and-coming designers—including Yigal Azrouël, Sophie Théallet, Behnaz Sarafpour, and Fausto Puglisi—at a new shop in Milan. They’re even doing the buying and outreach personally. [WWD]

Proenza Schouler’s Fall ’10 platforms were so great, we almost snatched them right off the runway. We didn’t do it then, but we might try it now: There are a very few runway-only shoes, which never went into production, now at Opening Ceremony. [Fashionologie]

Meet the man behind the gowns: Prabal Gurung takes a moment on his blog to introduce Ari Magallanes, the Ecuadorian dressmaker who helps create his showstopping dresses. [Prabal Gurung]

Meanwhile, Jason Wu shares the tunes that were spinning at his Spring ’11 show. [Jason Wu]

And another cover coup for back-in-the-limelight Kristen McMenamy: The gray-haired vixen will be on the cover of the next i-D, fully frizzed. [Design Scene]

Photo: Courtesy of Opening Ceremony