40 posts tagged "Rachel Zoe"
The Manolo moment has been in full effect these past few months, with the master designer’s signature pointy-toe pumps capturing editors and buyers alike. But Blahnik is no slave to trends and passing moments, and in recognition of that fact, he’ll receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at Footwear News‘ 25th annual FN Achievement Awards in New York tonight. Friend Carolina Herrera will present Blahnik with his award at the Museum of Modern Art. He takes the evening’s highest honor, but Blahnik is by no means the only winner tonight. Below, all of the 2011 FNAA honorees, including Nicholas Kirkwood, Burak Uyan, Rachel Zoe, Brian Atwood, and more.
Designer of the Year: Nicholas Kirkwood
Launches of the Year: Brian Atwood for B Brian Atwood; Rachel Zoe
Vivian Infantino Award for Emerging Talent: Burak Uyan
Company of the Year: Steve Madden
Retailer of the Year: Mindy Grossman, CEO, for HSN
Independent Retailer of the Year: Ron White
Brands of the Year: Vince Camuto; Angel Martinez and Connie Rishwain for Ugg Australia
Marketer of the Year: Adidas
Icon Award for Social Impact: Kenneth Cole
Lifetime Achievement Award: Manolo Blahnik
Hall of Fame: Patricia Field; Jim and Larry Tarica of Jimlar Corp.
Victoria Beckham isn’t the only member of the family making moves on the fashion front. Hubby David has inked a new underwear deal with H&M, allowing you to suit up like Beckham. Bodywear, he’s offering—the body, alas, not included. [WWD]
Next weekend marks the final days of the Costume Institute’s Alexander McQueen exhibition. In honor of the grand finale, the museum has extended hours until midnight on Aug. 6 and 7 for one last look at the landmark retrospective. [WWD]
Now that Rachel Zoe is the mom to a bouncing baby boy, she’s got kids’ fashion on the brain—and if you ask her, it doesn’t measure up. The solution? Her own forthcoming children’s line. [Grazia Daily]
The Times takes on club dressing, querying bouncers as to what to wear to assure entry to New York nightspots. The velvet-rope minimum, according to some sources? Five-inch heels. [NYT]