Our latest issue looks backward to the aesthetics of the hedonistic ’70s and oddly alluring po-mo ’80s.
Plus, this is an Alaïa, no e-commerce for Céline and more from the week in style.
We’re very excited to reveal imagery of Alexander McQueen ’s Amex funded Black show that has sat, untouched in Nick Knight ’s archive for nearly a decade! Working behind-the-scenes at the event in 2004, Nick Knight had minutes to capture each model in their looks before they headed onto the catwalk. Photographing the girls – including Kate Moss , Lily Col e and Naomi Campbell – behind a sheet of glass, McQueen and Knight intended to assemble the images after the show, but never found time. To celebrate the opening of Savage Beauty at the V&A in London, and to pay tribute to Lee McQueen by completing the circle of their Black sponsorship, Amex supported the completion of this ambitious image.
The show’s creator and the child star who transformed into an acclaimed young actress, discuss the show, the role and the future.
A fourth-grade class proposing a bill was met with vitriol and mockery, then “honored.”
As they tend to do, kids lined up outside of Supreme this morning to get their hands on the brand’s latest collaboration. Here are what those patient customers were wearing on their feet. Click here to view the slideshow
After an early romance, a series of chance encounters and an onslaught of mail, a suitor makes an unusual but clear-cut offer.
Joba Chamberlain, who didn’t have the awesomest of post seasons last year (we’re talking a 108 ERA), is looking to bounce back in 2015 with newfound confidence and, apparently, a newfound face. During last year’s playoffs, Joba sported an insanely scraggly and unkempt beard that left him looking somewhere between Paul Bunyan and your neighbor’s Bernese Mountain Dog.
Also, questions about sharing a name with a pet, an inconsiderate suitemate and whether to say thank you for a thank-you gift.
Denmark’s fashion community intends to ensure there are healthy models on its runways by encouraging peer pressure within the industry.
E A few years ago, camo was all the rage. It was on suits, ties, shoes, and basically anything a person can wear. But then, as trends tend to do, it got a little old.
I’m so excited to tell you about Nancy Gonzalez’s latest innovation in luxurious exotic design, one that comes with true meaning behind it. The Graffiti customization series just launched at Neiman Marcus, as part of a mutual partnership with Two x Two for AIDS and Art. Read the full post Nancy Gonzalez Graffiti Series: It Takes Two x Two which appeared first on Snob Essentials .
Here we are. The end is near. Mad Men will be leaving the airwaves shortly
See Zoolander IRL striking a pose on Etsy. Click here to view the slideshow.
The stars aren’t exactly blowing me away with their bag choices this week, but there are still a few celeb picks worth peeping at in this bag roundup, including a brand new Chanel bag that we’ve only seen on the arm of a celeb once before. (Hint: it’s not a Chanel Boy Bag) Celebs are still falling back on old favorites, some of which are properly vintage, some of which are just a few seasons old.
Suddenly there’s plenty of Alexander McQueen to go around. With the opening of Savage Beauty at the V&A in London, SHOWstudio has been uploading Unseen McQueen , an exhaustive series of video interviews with the designer and his cohorts that, going by the title, haven’t been seen before. Most intriguing is an 83-minute interview between McQueen and SHOWstudio’s Nick Knight, commissioned by i-D in 2000, shortly before his Angel installation that saw 80 gallons of live maggots arranged in the shape of an angel’s face
Very soon you will be in dire need of a pair of sunglasses. Don’t wait until you’re headed to the beach to buy a pair of ill-fitting shades at a gas station. That’s not cool
Every time the weather turns temperate, like clockwork, I contemplate the exact same thing: Should I, or should I not, buy a pair of Rag & Bone boots?
Sometimes it bothers me to see such lack of originality from a likable label that’s successful on their own terms. Rebecca Minkoff heads one of such labels, and a bag designer with strong street cred need not go this route. Read the full post Rebecca Minkoff Mini Perry Satchel Vs