July 23 2014

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Nicole Phelps

As the Executive Editor of, Nicole Phelps reports on fashion shows in New York, Milan, and Paris. Before joining the company in 2004, she served as Fashion News Editor of Elle magazine. In that position, she traveled on assignment to Japan, Brazil, Australia, and Kuwait. Prior to Elle, Phelps began her career at W and Women's Wear Daily. Phelps is a graduate of Wesleyan University.

Mary Katrantzou on Getting to Know Customers, Taking a Break From Digital Prints, and London Vs. Paris


Mary Katrantzou touched down in New York on Monday. She’s in town to celebrate the fifth anniversary of her London-based label and the U.S. launch of her e-commerce business, which is going gangbusters. MAC Cosmetics, a longtime supporter, is hosting tonight’s dinner at Indochine, and more than a few bold-faced names are expected to attend. […]

EXCLUSIVE: Preview Narciso Rodriguez Costumes for Stephen Petronio’s New Dance


You only turn 30 once. Choreographer Stephen Petronio is celebrating the 30th anniversary season of his dance company this week at the Joyce Theater with a new dance, Locomotor, and two very special collaborators. Clams Casino, the hip-hop producer, has contributed an original score, and designer Narciso Rodriguez has created the costumes. Petronio and Rodriguez […]

Twenty Years Later, Kurt Cobain’s Impact on Fashion Remains


Fashion loved Kurt Cobain from the moment the Nirvana front man stepped onto the cultural stage. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” hit the airwaves in August 1991, and less than a year later Marc Jacobs presented a career-making collection of flannel shirts, Dr. Martens, and cashmere thermal underwear inspired by the musician and his grunge scene. […]

Calvin Klein Snaps Back to the Nineties


Calvin Klein the brand has a bigger claim on the nineties than most: The decade was Calvin Klein the man’s heyday. For Fall, Kevin Carrigan keyed into that heritage with collections for women and men that were defined by their heather gray color palettes and their soft, unstructured layers. Most nineties of all was underwear […]

Hogan Loves Holloway


After three seasons of collaborating with Katie Grand on capsule collections, Hogan has changed things up. Simon Holloway has been hired away from Jimmy Choo to design not just the shoes and bags that are the core of the Diego Della Valle-owned brand, but also a full line of ready-to-wear. Leather, naturally, was the core […]