Fashion Week

2013 Spring trends from New York fashion week

Katie Hinderer | 22 September 2012

The spring and summer trends for 2013, according to the New York Fashion Week runways.

Australia style Spring and Summer 2013

Janet Sahm | 20 September 2012

Next season promises to be easy breezy, clothes and all. Here’s a roundup of our favorite Australian trends and designers we hope to see stateside soon!

Missoni for Target - the insanity

Katie Hinderer | 26 September 2011
Every year, Target collaborates with a few high-end designers to create a pedestrian line that is accessible to the public.

Fashion’s return to the feminine

Katie Hinderer | 21 September 2011
I can’t wait to see how this feminine trend continues to manifest itself in the months ahead. It’s going to be exciting.

NYC’s Fashion’s Night Out

Katie Hinderer | 19 September 2011
Three years ago, New York started the first ever Fashion’s Night Out. The event, held on the first official day of fashion week, is basically one big party throughout the city. Nearly every store in Manhattan opens its doors for the evening to show off the incoming fall trends.

Uniforms, peacocks and New York Fashion Week

Mary Sheehan Warren | 15 September 2011
Have you ever seen a peacock fan its spectacular feathers above and behind its ridiculous little body? I saw all kinds of peacocks at Fashion Week in New York last weekend.

Fashion trends for fall 2011

Katie Hinderer | 09 March 2011
Designers are giving us a peak into the future and showing us what will be hitting the shelves and magazine pages this fall.

Fashion Week: The art of layering

Katie Hinderer | 22 February 2010
Why is layering so great? It allows for more creativity, a little eccentricity, and usually means less skin is on display.

Alexander McQueen’s death and the fashion industry

Katie Hinderer | 12 February 2010
The London-based designer,  Lee Alexander McQueen was only 40 years old and at the height of his career. Celebrities, like Nicole Kidman, Sandra Bullock, Rihanna and Lady Gaga, flocked to his designs and wanted seats at his shows.
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