Oscar De La Renta

Oscar de la Renta Resort 2023

For the resort season, Oscar de la Renta’s Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim worked with the New York Botanical Garden to bring their floral-filled collection to life. ”We were casually meeting up with them [NYBG], but then I became obsessed with it. These florals came from their giant greenhouse [the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory and Palm Dome], which has the rarest plants,” Kim said of the collection’s wide variety of floral motifs (including passionflowers), embroideries, appliqués and stellar cutout large-scale quilted floral jacquards, also seen as the backdrop to the collection look book. The designer added she was “really geeking out about mushrooms,” which could be seen within a statement coat with over-embroidered 3D flowers atop its painterly floral landscape.
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Oscar De La Renta Is Ready for Us to Dress Up Again

Wanna go out? Oscar de la Renta does. The label helmed by Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim staged a mini-movie for their Fall 2022 collection, with a soundtrack by Britney Spears and a selection of party clothes like see-through floral appliqué dresses and big red poufs—fabric fireworks, let's call them—worn with spike heels.
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Oscar De La Renta Dives Into Resale With Help From Archive

One of the first luxury brands to broach resale, Oscar de la Renta has partnered with Archive to launch on its web site a resale experience for clients. “It’s a very interesting initiative,” said Alexander Bolen, CEO of the brand. “We’ve already been learning a lot. For years, customers said, ‘I found this little black dress in my mother’s closet and I wore it.’ During the Covid-19 pandemic, we started to see some acceleration of customers’ shopping their closets.”

Billie Eilish Wears Oscar de la Renta at Met Gala After Brand Says it Will Stop Using Fur

Billie Eilish looked stunning in the Oscar de la Renta nude tulle dress she chose for Monday’s Met Gala. The star made her Met Gala and co-hosting debut in the designer’s glamorous gown on the condition that the company stop selling products utilizing fur, The New York Times reports. The vegan and animal rights activist agreed to wear the gown after the company agreed to cease all fur sales. The label’s creative directors Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim have not created pieces utilizing fur for a few years, telling Alex Bolen, the label’s chief executive, that they didn’t feel the material...

Oscar De La Renta Drops All Fur Sales In Deal To Dress Billie Eilish

Pop star Billie Eilish not only turned heads at this year’s Met Gala in a stunning Oscar de la Renta gown. She also turned the famed fashion house’s stance on fur. Oscar de la Renta has reportedly agreed to drop future fur sales as part of a deal with the singer-songwriter that saw her don a custom peach tulle ballgown by the iconic brand at Monday’s star-studded event.

Party Dress Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2026 | Rosa Clara, Oscar De La Renta, Carolina Herrera

The Party Dress Market has witnessed continuous growth in past few years and is projected to grow at good pace during the forecast period of 2021-2026. The exploration provides a 360° view and insights, highlighting major outcomes of Party Dress industry. These insights help the business decision-makers to formulate better business plans and make informed decisions to improved profitability. Additionally, the study helps venture or emerging players in understanding the businesses to make well-informed decisions. Some of the major and emerging players within the market are Pronovias, David?s Bridal, Rosa Clara, Oscar De La Renta, Carolina Herrera, Adrianna Papell, Vera Wang, Impression Bridal, Alfred Angelo, Jovani, Monique Lhuillier, Pepe Botella, Franc Sarabia, Yolan Cris, Victorio & Lucchino, Aidan Mattox, Betsy And Adam, Joanna Chen, Terani, Trixxi, Badgley Mischka, Cymbeline & Marchesa.