After a two and a half year hiatus, John Galliano finally speaks in a candid interview with Ingrid Sischy. In other Vintage in the News, Kate Moss will grace the cover of Playboy, two new exhibits on jewelry, and Suzy Menkes opens her wardrobe for Christies. Read that and more after the jump.
Vintage in the News this week features a mixed reaction to the restroom re-creation at Punk:Chaos to Couture, an informative slideshow of Flappers with Sad Eyes, the auction of fashion journalist Suzy Menkes' wardrobe, and a new exhibit paying homage to "The Queen". More, after the jump!
A look back at the Obamas in the 70s, a new book on NYC in the 1980s, the Mark Hotel and Bergdorf Goodman team up, The Ferragamo exhbition, The Amazing Shoemaker, and more!
Christy Turlington lands the Calvin Klein Underwear campaign twenty-five years after her first booking with the company, Milan Fashion week looks to revamp their image, Cathy Horyn writes an engaging article on the spirit of the flapper, and a new book pays homage to the New Romantic movement… All in Vintage in the News!
The Missoni family grieves the loss of their patriarch, Suzy Menkes sounds off on Punk, rare footage of Stephen Sprouse’s first major fashion show, and finally a confirmation from the Isabella Blow Foundation on an upcoming exhibition.
Prada and Catherine Martin team up for an instillation featuring Gatsby costumes, Yohji Yamamoto is honored at Berlin's Gallery Week, Riccardo Tisci and Joseph Atluzarra take a stab at the ballet and the enormous couture collection of famed YSL muse Danielle Luquet de Saint Germain goes on sale.
John Galliano will teach a master class at Parson’s, anticipation of the Met’s Punk show reaches fever pitch, two new documentaries offer intimate views of designers Frida Giannini and Miguel Adrover, and new exhibits on The Dandy and Chinese-American Designers open this month.
Master meets master as Schiaparelli announces a collaboration with Christian Lacroix, Gatsby fever hits the fashion world and two footwear giants are celebrated. Vintage in the News after the jump!
Nicola Formichetti leaves Mugler for Diesel, the House of Dior plans its own Impressionism exhibition, a new book featuring the costumes of Liberace, and a the lovely “Generations of Style” video series... all that and more in Vintage in the News!
This week the CFDA nominees were announced, Chanel releases a new archival video, Dior takes over Harrod’s, and the New York Times interviews British Vogue’s Vintage King. Most important of all – a very happy birthday to Bill Cunningham!
Artist Thayaht for Vionnet, Stephen Jones keeps the art of millinery alive,and is it the end of Fashion's Night Out? Read it all on Vintage in the News!
It's finally here! Fashion and Impressionism at the Met opens Tuesday. Also this week, a new creative director for Tod's, a new title for Kate Moss, and Princess Diana's most famous gowns are back on the market... Catch up on all the Vintage in the News!
This week... a 214 year old French law is revoked, the Countess Louise J. Esterhazy's sharp pen returns, and an ode to the ineffable Bill Cunningham.
Exhibits on Anna Piaggi, Greta Garbo and Man Ray, The Vogue Fashion Festival and Andre Teon Leone and Karl Lagerfeld hit the media!
Busy week! Inauguration fashion, Galliano's stint at Oscar de la Renta, and a twist on the International Best Dressed List. Plus Prada's Great Gatsby and Balenciaga's secrets revealed after the jump...
This week in Vintage in the News, Downton Abbey hits Saville Row, Karl does Dallas, and The New York Times predicts which sartorial items will define the millenial generation.
Vintage in the News: Fashion name-dropping in Rap, Marlene Dietrich, and Jean Paul Gaultier announces a greatest hits line!
Designer Betsey Johnson is launching a new line – and new reality show, the V&A honors 80s clubwear, and Selfridges pulls a concept from the archives to challenge today’s shopping experience.
Our Vintage in the News this week is quite Anglo-centric. Valentino is honored with an exhibit at Somerset House and Muiccia Prada hosts a salon at Cafe Royal.
Our weekly roundup of Vintage in the News, featuring exhibits on Katharine Hepburn, Frida Kahlo and two Yves Saint Laurent films.
This week, the Stephen Burrows Retrospective opens at MCNY, while David Bowie is honored with his own show at the V&A. Meanwhile, Andre Leon Talley pen’s a new book on the LBD and TheCut weighs in the on the Celine/Beene controversy…
Vintage in the News this week … a German exhibition of outrageous footwear, shots of Hollywood’s most beloved stars go to auction, Stella McCartney is honored with the Order of the British Empire, and Patrick Robinson gets a fresh start at Armani Exchange.
Vintage in the News today looks at jewelry trends, 90's revival, shoe mania and more after the jump!
In the news this week: Chanel's third exhibit in China, Design of the Year nominees, and finally, Jean Paul Gaultier comes to New York City!
While the world of print journalism has been turned on its head by the digital revolution, fashion glossies continue to pop up almost monthly. Today in Vintage in the News, we look at features from the new generation of fashion magazines: System, CrushFanzine, and Style.com/Print. We also pay tribute to the three formidable fashion icons that passed away this week.
An Italian muse remembers Warhol and Dali, the 40th anniversary of Versailles, Opening Ceremony's "Rihtrospective", and the Princess of Punk... All in Vintage in the News
Vintage in the News features an upcoming exhibit on shoes, interviews with two Vreeland protégés, and a look back at the original Playboy Bunnies.
Vintage in the News this week profiles the evolution of brand heritage, two small NYC shows, and the royal bump!
Our round-up of Vintage in the News, featuring Kate the Great, along with Versace, Armani and Manolo.
Our weekly roundup of Vintage in the News: the Tillett exhibit at MCNY, rare footage of Jeanne Lanvin, and few new vintage online sales.