Drop Your Skirt / Events & Runway

Drop Your Skirt / Events & Runway

  • Sep 30, 2014 @ 10:03Cyncia Sanon64 views
    It's the first day of Paris Fashion Week and Dries Van Noten strikes hard with a dreamy and colorful fashion show leaving the whole audience speechless. Like the wind in Riri's hair, Van Noten's S/S15 show for PFW felt like fresh air...literally. The collection represents the colors of nature. The runway was covered with grass and foliage and you could hear birds tweeting while models paraded. It was a wonderful and audacious concept that totally pleased the audience. Sometimes light and...
  • Sep 17, 2014 @ 10:38Jade Gareau112 views
    The worst part about summer ending? Having to wave goodbye and welcome another at London Fashion Week SS15. The best part? These 7 standout collections. 1. J.W Anderson: I Want To Play A Game From out-of-scale buttons to ridiculously oversized leather sun hats, I was pleased to see J.W Anderson lighten up his tone a bit. Everything in this show was seriously addicting- chunky avant-bland heels, rippled up-to-the-elbow gloves, nautical miniskirt suits, full-on leather dresses, patches...
  • Sep 13, 2014 @ 10:46Jade Gareau325 views
    With a stellar line-up of runway shows and the prevailing taste of the 70's, NYFW gets the SS15 shows (and parties) off to an irresistible start. From dirty hippies, to just plain dirty, enjoy our top 6 standouts from NYFW so far. 1. AMMERMAN SCHLÖSBERG: Strawberry Fields 4eva What do you get when Lolita-tinted design duo AMMERMAN SCHLÖSBERG merge hot sex with the very idea of Christmas? Think Gwen Stefani performing a ska song on the set of Katy Perry's California...
  • Sep 9, 2014 @ 11:01Dana Ewachow224 views
    Designer Carrie Hammer likes to make just as big of a statement with her models as she does with her killer dresses. Hammer previously had her friend go down the runway for New York Fashion Week. The friend, Dr. Danielle Sheypuk, was the first-ever person to use a wheelchair on the NYFW runway. Sheypuk showed the world that people with disabilities could rock the runway. Sheypuk even inspired Karen Crespo, who had lost all four limbs to contracting bacterial meningitis. After seeing the...
  • Jun 16, 2014 @ 23:26Jade Gareau268 views
    So much fresh talent and innovation this year for realz. While some designers showed us masculinity officially has no boundaries, other's proved that creativity is chaos. Check out the best SS15 Collections shown at London FW thus far. 1. YMC (You Must Create) YMC literally slayed LFW with low-key, casual sets. From the straw hats to the safari separates,  it was easy to imagine these budding biology students in the long grasses of Hampstead Heath diligently collecting samples and...
  • May 8, 2014 @ 22:04Jade Gareau290 views
    cover photo Billed as the Oscars of fashion, this year's Met Gala took on a theme of 'White Tie and Decorations,' quite the polar facing of last year's chaos to couture.  Miley, last year's "punk theme"  Anna Wintour re-established old-school elegance as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York celebrated and memorialized "America's first couturier," Charles James! The outfits ranged from cheap prom replica's to enormous gowns with every color from an English...
  • Apr 30, 2014 @ 23:47Emily MacLean451 views
    In case you've been neglecting the matter of their existence, get your life together and re-familiarize yourselves with all things Cam'ron, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, and Freekey Zekey, because the good people of Saint Woods and LNDMRK are bringing a one-day Dipset Pop-up Shop to Montreal, and it's going to be insane. This is the most exciting news we've heard since it became apparent that bucket hats are going to start being a thing again.   The Dipset Pop-up Shop will be open to a...
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