Marc Jacobs - Ready-To-Wear 2008

Marc Jacobs Ready-To-Wear New York Fashion Week 2008 Marc Jacobs Ready-To-Wear New York Fashion Week 2008

At 11 p.m., precisely two hours after his official starting time, Marc Jacobs surprised his audience by running out onto his Stefan Beckman-designed set for a quick bow. Next came the music, Ravel's Boléro, and out filed the models in finale formation.» Read article & view colection

London Fashion Week S/S 2008

The British Fashion Council today announced that The Exhibition at London Fashion Week has increased its diverse offering through growth in dedicated curated areas such as Estethica at London Fashion Week - which this season celebrates its first year as an ethical design collective; Demure Untamed - focusing on luxury and originality in accessories; Designers and Agents (D&A) – bringing America‟s newest and brightest stars to London; New Generation showcasing the best emerging talent in the UK...» Read more



Goodbye, gray: Color's back for spring

New York Fashion Week 2008

After a season of gray, expect spring fashions to pop in technicolor. The runways at New York Fashion Week were awash with color Thursday, from candy-hued magentas and yellows to muted shades of blush pink, light tan and dusty blue. It's a far cry from the gray that dominated the fall lines. Sunny yellow and candylike pink and blue created the palette for Miss Sixty (where the skinny jean lives on), while standouts at Bill Blass came in blush-colored silk-satin and gunmetal silk organza....
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Tommy Hilfiger at New York Fashion Week 2008

Tommy Hilfiger New York Fashion Week 2008 Tommy Hilfiger New York Fashion Week 2008

"Dressing should be a fun, creative way to express yourself, with clothes celebrating your individuality," says Tommy Hilfiger, whose designs epitomize the creativity and diversity of America...» Read article & view collection