Dries Van Noten Spring 2016

Only Dries Van Noten can orchestrate jacquards, brocades and light weight silks in a symphonic clashing of colors and patterns. His spring collection was an epic lesson in layering and self-assured dressing. Music to our ears.…

Best Of PFW Fall 2015

How befitting that International Women’s Day fell in the middle of Paris Fashion Week. This season, strong and powerful females were celebrated with sanguine and confident collections – full of ingenuity and occasionally, a bit of lighthearted humor. Women,…

Valentino Spring 2014

Valentino has taken bohemian extravagance to a mind blowing level. Inspired by Maria Callas and the Roman Opera, creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli produced a collection that was beautiful, grand, and romantic – but honestly, did…

Brows + Buns = Dior

Raf Simons sent bold metallic brows and tightly wound buns down the runway at the Musée Rodin for Christian Dior‘s spring spectacular. Makeup artist Pat McGrath and her team spent the morning bleaching brows before coating them with liquid…

Spotted: #TheAccessory #PFW

Whether it be a furry faux fur stole, a handful of gold rings, a floral headscarf, or even an outrageously spectacular tiara, all it takes is a single accessory to take an ensemble from awesome…

Saint Laurent Spring 2013

The news of Yves Saint Laurent evolving into Saint Laurent, announced months before Paris Fashion Week, had everyone eagerly anticipating the label’s debut under the direction of newly appointed Hedi Slimane. Sure, the name had been shortened but there…

Ulyana Sergeenko Fall Couture 2012

Each collection by Ulyana Sergeenko gets better and better and as far as I am concerned, she is an absolute genius. By now we know what to expect from this talented designer: retro glam with a hint of bohemia, influenced…