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Street Style, New York: A blizzard can’t keep fashionable attendees (including Jared Leto!) from the Fall 2014 shows

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Photography by Stefania Yarhi

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Just when we thought the weather couldn’t get any worse! After a week of chilly temps but not much snow, Snowstorm Pax brought its arctic fury to the streets of Manhattan for the last day of New York Fashion Week. The scene outside the Fall 2014 shows was one of attendees bundled up from head to toe, so it was fitting then that most of the shows yesterday—J. Mendel, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren all included—sent out strong furry looks, perfect for braving the snow. If our recent season of snowstorms is looking to become a reoccurring trend, we will be needing a whole lot of fur come this time next year.

Given the veritable blizzard going on, hats were the necessary accessory du jour. Miroslava Duma and Nasiba Adilova channelled their native land looking like life-sized Russian nesting dolls, each with their embroidered scarf as headgear. André Leon Talley was even sporting a toque and burgundy snakeskin gloves to stop the cold – you know it’s serious when the King of Fabulousness goes practical. But there was no hat worthy of crowing Jared Leto’s expertly ombré-d head – nothing can stop those luscious locks. Not even a havoc-inducing blizzard. Read more »


Street Style, New York: 53 photos of style stars (and Barbara Walters!) braving the heat outside Spring 2014 fashion week

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Street Style New York Fashion Week Spring 2014

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Despite the scorching heat wave, street style regulars were definitely into leather on day six of New York Fashion Week Spring 2014.

Many fashion enthusiasts layered classic leather jackets or vests over their summery outfits, but Miroslava Duma and blogger Chiara Ferragni rocked the leather trend by pulling out maxi and studded mini respectively.

The Beckerman sisters joined in on the leather-clad fun. While Samantha Beckerman opted for a pleated black skirt and a Marc Jacobs Mickey Mouse sweater, Cailliane went rocker chic in a Rodarte black and red-fringed leather vest and Mickey printed leggings. Style to spare in duplicates, those girls.

Accessories were definitely making a statement on the streets. From Leandra Medine’s colourful arm candy to a furry black and blue clutch adding texture to a head to toe black ensemble, accessories were stealing the spotlight. Even the much-coveted mini Chanel hula-hoop purse made an appearance.

While the vast majority strutted the streets outside New York Fashion Week in killer heels, flats, sneakers and furry Céline sandals were the popular and definitely more comfortable choice. Even Anna Dello Russo, the queen of statement stilettos, wore leather boots, albeit bejewelled and bedazzled.
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They said/We said: André Leon Talley is coming back to reality TV with a new fashion show… wait, haven’t we heard this before?

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Photography by Henry S. Dziekan III/WireImage

We’ve been missing André Leon Talley—former Vogue editor-at-large, forever cape-wearer and sole creator of “dreckitude”—in our lives ever since he left his seat at the judges’ table on America’s Next Top Model. Lucky for us, the fashion icon will be starring in a new Bravo reality fashion show (yes, another one of those), tentatively titled Fashion Stories of NYC. Read more »


PFW Style Snaps: Last looks from outside Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu featuring Sarah Jessica Parker, Dianna Agron, and Coco Rocha

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Photography by Lewis Mirrett

It’s only fitting that the last of our snaps from Paris should include so many queens of fashion—the queen of big screen fashion, Sarah Jessica Parker, the queen of fashion media, Anna Wintour, the queen of fashion pop, Katy Perry, the queen of the current front rowers, Virginie Courtin-Clarins, and the queen of vintage inspiration, Catherine Deneuve. Enjoy today’s visual feast, and be sure to come back next week when we share our snaps from Toronto.

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They said/We said: Kelly Cutrone will replace Andre Teon Talley on America’s Next Top Model. Cue the waterworks!

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Photography by Moises De Pena/Getty Images

Looks like Tyra’s gaining another female perspective. It was announced this morning that Kelly Cutrone will replace Andre Leon Talley as the fourth America’s Next Top Model judge next season. Known for her intense attitude (and that’s putting it mildly) on The Hills and The City, the founder of now-famed PR firm People’s Revolution will no doubt up the drama ante on the panel.

As for the rumours that a tiff with Banks is the reason for Talley’s departure, he dismissed them, telling Page Six “It’s all good in the neighborhood.” (Oh, okay.)  Although we’re sad to see Talley’s high-fashion credibility go, Cutrone’s blunt and quote-worthy advice is sure to bring some entertaining moments. Cue the waterworks. Read more »


Fashion news: New OPI nail polish, ASOS’s fall lookbook, and Tyra’s new video

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Online shopping addictions everywhere are about to get a lot worse… ASOS just released their Fall 2011 lookbook! [Fashionista]

Obsessed with painting your nails? You’re in luck! OPI has two new collections and a new topcoat finish for you. [Fashionista]

Move over, Dakota! Elle Fanning is set to take on the world, but first, Teen Vogue. [Teen Vogue]

Oprah Winfrey wore a pink L’Wren Scott dress for her final episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show yesterday. [StyleCaster] Read more »


Fashion news: Diddy’s album features Anna Wintour, Tod’s to finance Colosseum reno and Roland Mouret won’t do diffusion

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Andre Leon Talley, Marc Jacobs, Isaac Mizrahi and the inimitable Anna Wintour make an appearance on P. Diddy‘s latest album Last Train to Paris. [The Cut]

Jack McCullough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler will sell 45 per cent of their label to Andrew Rosen, chairman of Kaplan Inc. [Vogue UK]

British designer Roland Mouret doesn’t see a diffusion line in his future: “I would never do a diffusion line. I don’t think the future is that. People mix brands all the time already, so you need to do something else. We are living in a different fashion world now,” he said. [Style File] Read more »


Fashion news: Vivienne Westwood and Versace will also design for Macy, Simon Doonan on Kate Middleton and more

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Photography by Peter Stigter

Karl Lagerfeld isn’t the only mega-designer to sign up for a collaboration with Macy’s. Vivienne Westwood, Calvin Klein, Costume National and Versace will also be putting out capsule collections for the American department store. [WWD]

Barney’s creative director Simon Doonan has some wedding style advice for princess-to-be Kate Middleton: cut your hair short and wear a Victoria Beckham-designed wedding dress. [Slate]

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