#High Fashion

Design Theory: How Paul Burgo Is Democratizing Couture Through Factory New York

Click here to read the full article. Paul Burgo has been an up-and-coming name in the industry since last fall, when he started styling Golden Globe-winning actress Anya Taylor-Joy, but the 27-year-old has actually been in the industry for several years now as a budding fashion designer. Burgo, who studied fashion design at London’s Central Saint Martins, started his career with several design roles at brands like Oscar de la Renta and Monse, and has over the last two years been quietly putting together his own fashion line, called Factory New York, which aims to bring couture-like pieces to the masses.More...
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Woman Marries the Color Pink in Bizarre, Historic Ceremony

A California woman has landed herself in the history books thanks to her history-making marriage. When Kitten Kay Sera walked down the aisle in Las Vegas on Jan. 1, she became the first person ever to marry a color when she said "I do" to her "true love," the color pink, which she had been dating for "40 years" before those wedding bells began to ring.
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Julia Fox Celebrates Her Baby's 1st Birthday, Turns into Fashion Show

Kanye West's created a monster ... a super-fashionable one, who's taking every opportunity -- including her son's first birthday -- to show off her couture wardrobe. Julia Fox jumped into fashion runway mode when photogs showed up outside Lucien in NYC's SoHo neighborhood -- posing her ass off (don't worry she's got plenty) in a head-to-toe black ensemble that included a black hoodie ... one of Ye's fave looks.

Sales of André Leon Talley’s Memoir Soaring Following Fashion Editor’s Death

André Leon Talley’s official memoir is selling out online after news of the fashion editor’s death broke Tuesday night. First released in May 2020, “The Chiffon Trenches: A Memoir” is currently Number One on Amazon’s fashion best-sellers chart, though only the paperback and audiobook versions are still available as of this writing (the hardcover version is sold out). A New York Times bestseller when it was first published, the book is also currently sold out on, and out of stock on, with limited availability at Barnes & Noble. If you want to buy André Leon Talley’s memoir online, your best...

Meet The Founders of DRESSX, the Company at the Forefront of MetaFashion

As POPSUGAR editors, we independently rob and write about stuff we like and beget it is in all probability you’ll perhaps perhaps love too. While you lift a product now we procure prompt, shall we bag affiliate commission, which in flip helps our work. As somebody who has spent...

Tracing a trend: Gorpcore

In June 2016, Miucca Prada, always ahead of the curve, showed a Spring/Summer 2017 menswear collection full of references to an outdoor lifestyle, including hiking attire, backpacks and water bottles hanging from utilitarian straps. A few months later, Jason Chen of ‘The Cut’ coined the phrase ‘gorpcore,’ to describe a...

PFW: SANKUANZ Fall Winter 2022.23 Collection

Discover SANKUANZ Fall Winter 2022.23 Collection presented yesterday as a part of the ongoing Paris Fashion Week. Designer Shangguan Zhe titled the collection ‘A Room With No Sound’, which brings reconstructed high fashion and street culture. For this season, the brand breaks the barriers of distinct social classes with a combination of high fashion and street fashion, while retaining the sharp contradiction and atagonism between diferent styles.

Dolly Parton turns 76: The music icon's most wonderfully wacky, over-the-top fashion moments

In honor of Dolly Parton's 76th birthday on Jan. 19, 2022, is taking a look back at the iconic musician's most delightfully over-the-top fashion moments from over the years, starting with this incredible getup… Bloomers couture?! Dolly Parton wore a lacy white long-sleeve jumpsuit with pedal-pusher pants during a 1993 visit to the Planet Hollywood in New York City.

The Furtuna Skin x Jeremy Scott Collaboration is Fluffy, Pink Perfection

As far as beauty collabs go (and there are many), the fashion designer and skincare brand duo might just be our favorite. The latest Furtuna Skin x Jeremy Scott collaboration just reminded us why—with a chic fluffy pink removable wristlet keepsake bag. Dripping with Scott’s signature over-the-top flare, the set also introduces you to Furtuna Skin’s range of best-sellers and their 12+ step skincare regimen through four essential products.

Stepping Into the “Valli Experience”: Giambattista Valli S/S 22

For the collection, Valli wants viewers to go on a journey through his “Savoir-Faire”, or know how, and experience all that he and the brand have to offer. The collection jumps from simple mini dresses and shirt and short combinations, to larger than life ball gowns and evening gowns. Although better known for his ballgowns, Valli is showing the world he can design for more than one category. " src="" />

Former Vogue editor-at-large Andre Leon Talley dies aged 73

Influential fashion journalist and former editor-at-large of US Vogue, Andre Leon Talley, has died at the age of 73. The writer passed away in hospital in New York, according to TMZ. A source told the publication that Talley had been battling an unspecified illness. The journalist was a key figure...

TikTok star will be the face of high fashion

France’s TikTok star has become the unlikely face of Gucci’s latest campaign. The 21-year-old train enthusiast has more than 2 million followers and his bow has another string. Francis Bourgeois has been captivating the audience with his knowledge of trains for over a year. His healthy hobby turned...

The Kasper Collection

I am not an academic, I am a person with a passion. 
. Herbert Kasper (1926–2020), known generally as Kasper, was a major figure of twentieth-century American fashion. After studying at the Parsons School of Design in New York and the École de la chambre syndicale de la couture in Paris, he began creating his own designs in the early 1950s. Like his idol, Coco Chanel, Kasper wanted to dress the modern, active woman. Widely distributed in department stores, Kasper’s clothes typically combine elegance with comfort and affordability. He played an important role in popularizing separates, or garments that can be mixed and matched to create several outfits.

Maison Margiela and Reebok have collaborated again for 2022

Maison Margiela and Reebok are teaming up again in 2022 for another release of collaborative kicks, reinventing the Reebok Classic Leather (CL) with a high fashion twist. In their latest footwear partnership, the brand is launching a low-top version of the 2021 Classic Leather Tabi High Trainer. Branded as the...

LVMH investment arm takes minority stake in streetwear brand Aimé Leon Dore

LVMH Luxury Ventures has acquired a minority stake in streetwear brand Aimé Leon Dore, according to a press release emailed to Retail Dive on Tuesday. The amount was not disclosed, but according to its website LVMH Luxury Ventures typically makes equity investments of between 2 million euros ($2.3 million at press time) and 15 million euros in companies with revenue between 3 million euros and 30 million euros, seeking stakes of 5% to 25%.

The Artists and Designers Making Tarot Decks for Today

Dior’s spring 2021 high fashion assortment debuted final January with a lush quick movie created by Matteo Garrone that opens with a tarot studying that transports its querent to a mysterious chateau populated by sumptuously dressed figures from the cardboard deck — the Fool, the Empress, an anthropomorphized Sun and Moon — who act as signposts as she travels down one hall after which one other. The quick, and the appears to be like it showcased, which had been designed by the model’s inventive director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, was partly impressed by Italo Calvino’s 1973 novel, “The Castle of Crossed Destinies,” by which the characters lose the facility of speech and may talk solely by means of tarot playing cards, and it nodded to Christian Dior’s well-documented curiosity within the divinatory arts, on which he notably relied through the precarious days of the Second World War.