July 22 2014

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From Jeanne to Alber, 125 Years of Lanvin’s History


This year marks the 125th anniversary for Lanvin, the oldest fashion house in Paris. But age is just a number, and WWD reports that the storied brand is celebrating the milestone in a thoroughly modern way—via social media. is launching a new section called “Lanvin History,” which will feature an archive of photos, videos, […]

Shop the Look: Neutrals for Now (and Later)


It isn’t lost on anyone that the retail schedule is a little crazy. While most of us still have salt caked on our boots from the Polar Vortex, our favorite stores are already beginning to stock the summer collections. And come February, our attention will be turned toward the Fall ’14 shows—long before spring has […]

Ecco Domani Toasts NYFW’s New Guard


New York fashion week is fast approaching, and things just got a little more exciting for three young designers. For the past thirteen years, Ecco Domani Wines of Italy has awarded a trio of $25,000 grants to up-and-coming New York brands that embrace “good taste” and “everyday style,” and today it announced its 2014 winners: […]

Shop the Look: South of the Border


The only thing worse than last week’s subzero temps and blankets of snow? Discovering (via Instagram, naturally) that most of your friends are in fact enjoying white sand beaches, bronzed skin, and tropical drinks in some far-flung locale. At this point, we would be game for any warm-weather escape (especially with fashion week approaching in […]

Rupert Sanderson: Snake Charmer


It’s no secret that designers have been looking to the animal kingdom for inspiration these days. But Rupert Sanderson’s approach is more literal than anything we’ve seen thus far. The footwear designer and his team decided to try something a bit daring for his Spring ’14 campaign, and enlisted live snakes to star in the […]