The Eyes Have It: An Electrifying Backstage Look At Prabal Gurung

Monday, February 13, 2012

It’s hard to believe that Prabal Gurung debuted his first collection as recently as February ’09, especially considering the hold he has on our attention (not to mention pocketbooks), today. With impeccable tailoring, the ability to make even a pantsuit look as liquidly sexy as a cocktail dress, and courageous use of prints and colors, the designer continues to churn out beautiful pieces that fit into our day-to-day wardrobes as seamlessly as they do the red carpet. Backstage, it was... 

THE FULL REPORT: ALEXANDER WANG

Monday, February 13, 2012

When you walked into the Alexander Wang show, you were greeted with two things: stares from every fashion tribe, and beats from Lil Kim – her music pumped through New York's Pier 57 before the show started. And okay, there were some '90s hip hop connections, especially in the leather puffy parkas that looked like the famous North Face jackets of Sean Combs and Biggy Smalls back in the day. But as front-row guest Anna Wintour says (she sat close to singer Santigold and rap duo Die... 

Hot in the Kitchen: America’s Most Sizzling Chefs

Monday, February 13, 2012

From NYC’s most in-demand meatball slingers to L.A.’s Vietnamese salad innovator, these chefs have us drooling—and it’s not just because of their food  Read More

The Perfect Outfit: Bundle Up, Without The Bulk

Monday, February 13, 2012

The Daybook blogger (and newly-minted Washingtonian columnist) Sydney Poulton has a knack for putting together covetable outfits, and this cold-weather getup is so cute and cozy, we want to copy it, stat. Feeling the same way? We’ve gathered up all the pieces you’ll need to nail your own iteration of her look. Now all you need is some snow. From left: Donna Karan Metallic-Flecked Alpaca-Blend Cardi-Coat, $ 1,495, available at Net-a-Porter; Helmut Lang Fur Tube Scarf, $ 505, available... 

THE FULL REPORT: RAG AND BONE

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Thom Yorke picked the music for Rag + Bone's latest catwalk show, but the Radiohead front man's choices proved to be more than just a playlist. For a glorious ten minutes, techno and dubstep blasted through the venue (an abandoned airline hangar) and literally shook the benches with every thump. Anna Wintour and Grace Coddington seemed unphased by the amusement-park effect, but the third and fourth rows (full of younger fashion editors still bleary from The Kills' concert at The Standard... 

The Wizard of Oz

Sunday, February 12, 2012

The perfect yin to Mehmet Oz’s very male, very medical yang is his hit show’s executive producer, Mindy Borman, who keeps it emotionally grounded and visually interesting.  Read More

Photo Of The Day: Anna Wintour’s Front-Row Smirk

Sunday, February 12, 2012

This is how many of us normally spot Anna during Fashion Week: from afar, perhaps through a crowd, and maybe at a slightly obscured view. At Rag & Bone we had all three obstacles. While often, we're used to nearly opaque frames and a sedate demeanor, it took just a sliver of light to reveal Anna's curious-eyed expression and slight smirk. Was she impressed? Irked? Bemused? Hungry? Itchy? Photographed by Maia Harms Read More  Read More

SPOTTED BACKSTAGE AT KATIE GALLAGHER

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Farm-to-table restaurants are trendy in NYC right now (see: The Smile, Vinegar Hill, The Dutch…) but how about forest-to-fashion show? That's Katie Gallagher's aim with this collection, which features long black dresses made of scalloped vinyl fabrics that sound like rustling leaves when they move, shadow-colored leggings dyed like bark, and creamy leather bombers. "These actually come from the woods near my parents' house in Pennsylvania," says Katie, "The leather... 

Sugar and Aging: How to Fight Glycation

Sunday, February 12, 2012

The relationship between sugar and fine lines can be sticky. Find out why!  Read More

Backstage At Jason Wu’s Chinese-Inspired (Yep, There Were Emperor Hats) Fall Show

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Ominous music, long, swinging, aggressively blunt-cut ponytails bound with bondage tape, the most obvious Chinese influence yet, and a real nod to luxury defined Jason Wu’s fall ’12 production. And make no mistake, this show was a real production. The Michelle Obama-approved designer is clearly ready to announce to the world that he’s made it, and prepped to play in the big leagues. Starting with a smoke-filled entry for look number one (at St. John’s studio on the way,... 

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