Not that we're complaining, but it's not every day you get Justin Timberlake, Liev Schreiber, Bill Clinton and Alek Wek out partying for the same thing. That's the great thing about the New York Academy of Art's annual fete.
Liev, honorary chair, admitted he didn't want to own any Warhol until learning how much it's worth. But hopefully he can appreciate Jason Wu, who was just one of those braving the wintry NYC weather to give a nod to up-and-coming artists.
Morley Safer, aka the silver-haired correspondent for US news programme 60 Minutes, caused a stir today at Balenciaga by keeping Salma Hayek and Catherine Deneuve from their seats.
On the Runway reports that while he was questioning Anna Wintour for an upcoming profile, several very fashionable guests were forced to stay out of the way. He's already tagged along to shows like Ralph Lauren and Dolce & Gabbana, so what's next? Chaos at Chanel?
It would have been clever (and a nice tongue-twister) to call it Yamamoto-Ferragamo, but sadly, the footwear collaboration between Yohji and Salvatore will have a simpler name.
With celeb fans like Milla Jovovich, we hope Salvatore Ferragamo for Yohji Yamamoto will be a success. However, everyone will have to wait until Friday, when the line of sculpted red shoes is unveiled, to see how shoppers take to "mannish, unisex and neutral" footwear. WWD reports that prices in the line peak at $1,050.
Do you find yourself wailing into a microphone in a low-lit bar every night? Alternately, do you frequent a low-lit bar to watch your rocker boyfriend do the wailing? Then Martine Sitbon's offerings in Paris should create the perfect look for your evenings out...and, well, the following morning.
Upset by the 'R' word but still need your designer clothes fix? Starting next month, you can head to theOutnet.com for 40- to 60-percent discounts on some of everyone's favourite brands.
The discount etailer theOutnet, a new branch of luxury giant Net-a-Porter, will stock more than 200 top labels, including Chloe, Leger and Louboutin. Drapers reports that smaller brands such as Temperley London, which might not have the infrastructure to start an outlet alone, will also be up for grabs.
Net-a-Porter founder and chairman Natalie Massenet says starting the project isn't purely opportunistic. She told WomensWearDaily: "When we do come out of this current crisis, theOutnet will still be relevant."
Reese Withespoon graces the April issue of the magazine. Here's a preview from the interview:
On her divorce: “Very humiliating and very isolating…But, by the way, if it’s not painful, maybe it wasn’t the right decision to marry to begin with. Those are the appropriate emotions. When people get in your face and say, ‘This will pass,’ you think, Are they crazy? I’m never gonna feel any better than I feel right this minute and nothing’s ever gonna make sense again. And I still have moments where I’m like, Nothings ever gonna make sense again.”
Badgley Mischka chose to celebrate 20years of producing glamourous designs with an ad campaign shot by Annie Leibovitz featuring Carrie Underwood, Eva Longoria, Brooke Shields, Lauren Hutton and Anjelica Huston.
For all of the behind the scenes pictures go to Just Jared
If, like me, you swear by wearing black you will love Gareth Pugh. Each season he sticks to a sombre palette of black, white and grey with a few flashes of metallics here and there for good measure. With such a limited colour palette Pugh still manaes to suprise us and keep us entertained each season.