Abstract swirls she’s been doodling to relax since she was a kid, crochet knits made in Italy by women artisans bringing their individual pieces together into one, sustainable upcycled denim discovered through a shared conversation at the British Fashion Awards…fashion’s earth mama Gabriela Hearst designs in such an intimate, feminine way, how can you not be charmed?
Joseph Altuzarra, Gabriela Hearst, Aurora James, and the Proenza Schouler Designers Will Co-host the CFDA Fashion Awards With Amazon Fashion
This year’s CFDA Fashion Awards will mark the 60th anniversary of the organization. To celebrate, the CFDA is partnering with Amazon Fashion as a presenting partner. The ceremony will take place on Monday, November 7, at Cipriani South Street. “The CFDA Fashion Awards celebrate the best in American creativity...
Gabriela Hearst knows how to give a good collaboration. For the designer’s spring 2022 collection, she partnered with Navajo textile artists Naiomi Glasses and TahNibaa Naataanii on woven swatches that were inset on chic dresses and trench coats. It was a thoughtful nod to the exquisite craftsmanship that’s often found within Indigenous culture. And for Earth Day, Hearst is only continuing this spirit. This time, she collaborated with Bolivian artisans on special, handcrafted bags (available now) that champion the idea of slow fashion.
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All the deets and faces from Burberry’s star-studded Beverly Hills bash. To celebrate its signature crossbody Lola bag, Burberry creative director Riccardo Tisci and his fashion family partied the night away at a private 90210 residence. Guests enjoyed dance floors and loungey spots to chit-chat in—all transformed via projections to match the house’s trademarked check print—as well as live music. Among those on the invite list were the likes of Madonna and daughter Lola Leon, Irina Shayk, Anitta, Benny Blanco, the Bloom Twins, Lori Harvey, Tinashe, Stella Maxwell, and many more. Even Hollywood royalty like Christina Ricci, Laura Harrier, and Sarah Paulson were in attendance, plus music world stars like Honey Dijon, Kitty Cash, and Erykah Badu. Their commonality? Everyone carried the Lola bag, mais oui. See the night’s style, below.
Gabriela Hearst introduced her collection through the lens of gender freedom, quoting from Professor Emanuele Lugli, who teaches art history at Stanford University. "Fashion is thus rediscovered as a privileged field of inquiry precisely because often it is the very practice that reiterates sexual and gender binaries," he says, "But once it is freed from such obligations, fashion emerges as capable of a new creative mission that has the power to disrupt self-limiting lives and grant access to a new, wholesome one.”
Gabriela Hearst glorifies simplicity in her newest Autumn Winter 2022 Women's collection. This collection is filled with long draping layers, linear patterns and shapeless material flowing effortlessly on the body. Using a palette of warmer hues, Hearst achieves a level of simplistic beauty in this season’s work. Just like...
Gabriela Hearst went back to school to prep her fall collection — literally. Driven by an intellectual curiosity around gender, which was influenced in part by the enlightened attitudes of her own 14-year-old daughters, Hearst tapped a Stanford professor of art history who specializes in gender and politics to design two teaching sessions for herself and her staff.
By now Gabriela Hearst is well known for her efforts to lower fashion’s impact on the environment. From her own eponymous, New York-based label to now nearly a full year creating major shifts in supply chains and craftsmanship processes at French luxury heritage brand Chloé, the Uruguay-born designer is teaching everyone — from her retailers and customers to editors and industry veterans — how to think in ways that are closer to a truer definition of net-zero. Which is exactly why sneakers were at the top of her list when it came to finding ways to make the biggest impact on...
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Gabriela Hearst’s Fall 2022 collection of menswear is vibrating with botanical dyes and simplistic creativity. With an encouraging message to save the planet, Hearst fills this collection with environmentally friendly overcoats, outerwear, and knitwear to bundle up against the cold. 57% of this collection was made from deadstock and recycled materials.
Click here to read the full article. NEW YORK — Gabriela Hearst saw an opening and she plunged right in — and it’s turned out to be the right move. The designer — who has made a mark in fashion with her own chic, luxurious collection of environmentally and socially conscious women’s wear — is also carving out a niche in men’s.More from WWDPierre Cardin 2022Pierre Cardin 2022 - Cosmocorps 3022Notable Hairstyles From Paris and Milan's Fall 2022 Men's Collections Hearst, who launched her first women’s collection in fall 2015, started offering men’s pieces six seasons ago, “but we started very small,”...
Gabriela Hearst in partnership with MAX announces the opening of the Aspen exclusive retail installation that will be on view until the spring. The installation will include ready to wear men’s and women’s collections from Gabriela Hearst as well as knitwear, fine jewelry, home accessories and the limited handbag collection, which is the first time Aspen will be in close reach of them.
Click here to read the full article. The shopping scene in Aspen continues to heat up this season. Gabriela Hearst has opened a pop-up store in the Colorado ski resort town, joining luxury stalwarts Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Balenciaga, as well as the new AspenX, Loro Piana Interiors and Citizens of Humanity boutiques.More from WWDCinq à Sept Pre-Fall 2022Salvatore Ferragamo Pre-Fall 2022Jil Sander Pre-Fall 2022 The New York designer is taking the residency space at MAX, Max Martinez’s local specialty retail store on Hopkins Avenue, which stocks Bottega Veneta, Celine, Loewe, Dries van Noten and more. The residence will be open until...
Click here to read the full article. From today through Dec. 25, 100 percent of net proceeds across all ready-to-wear, handbags and accessories in Gabriela Hearst flagship stores (985 Madison Avenue in New York and 59 Brook Street in London) and e-commerce will be donated to Save the Children’s Afghanistan Crisis Children’s Relief Fund. All Gabriela Hearst handbags, which are typically only available via a wait list, will be click-to-buy on the brand’s website.More from WWDVeronica Beard Pre-Fall 2022The Grand Opening of Hall of Visions by Pilar Zeta at FaenaTAG Heuer Party In Miami Celebrating Jimmy Butler “The children of Afghanistan are...
Gabriela Hearst is unloading her baggage. Literally. The designer behind Chloé and her eponymous brand pauses mid-Zoom to showcase the contents of her Chloé Jorge bag. From the recycled cashmere knit bucket bag she withdraws a thick Chloé notebook which teems with drawings and concepts for upcoming collections. Next is another notebook, this one for her work at the brand that bears her name, bristling with newspaper cuttings – “I keep all the articles I read on the climate”.
“The Bigger Your Platform, The More Responsibility You Have”: Gabriela Hearst On Being A Leader Of Change
When it comes to reducing fashion’s impact on the environment, we know we need change – and quickly. There’s arguably no one in the industry who epitomises that more than Gabriela Hearst, who was one of the recipients of the inaugural Leaders Of Change Award for the environment at the Fashion Awards.
Click here to read the full article. Gabriela Hearst, creative director of Chloé, and Daniel Humm, chef and owner of Eleven Madison Park, hosted what was described as a “low-impact lunch experience” at the Madison Avenue restaurant, which has recently become entirely plant-based. Among the 50 guests who attended were Gucci Westman, Amy Sall, Nina Garcia, Samira Nasr, Stefano Tonchi, Mel Ottenberg, Lindsay Peoples Wagner and Glenda Bailey.More from WWDChloé RTW Spring 2022Chloé RTW Fall 2021The Year of Ox Capsules Collections “I‘m so thankful to Chloé and my friend Daniel Humm to be doing this lunch, and we always talk about the...
‘We’re not perfect but we’re freaking trying’: Chloé’s Gabriela Hearst on making fashion sustainable
When Uruguayan fashion designer Gabriela Hearst was announced as the creative director of luxury fashion house Chloé in December last year, those familiar with her work knew it spelled change for the 70-year-old French brand — especially given the maison’s CEO, Riccardo Bellini, had already indicated he was looking to take the label in a new purpose-driven direction.