With only three weeks left to visit the Costume Institute's PUNK: Chaos to Couture, we present our review of the exhibit. Read through to read how the legacy of the DIY aesthetic lives on unabated minds of the most creative couturiers.
In honor of this evening's CFDA Awards, we take a brief look back at the American legend for whom the lifetime achievement award has been named: Mr. Geoffrey Beene. Click through for a look back at an illustrious forty year career, through the words of the man himself.
We snapped some pictures of the 111th anniversary window display of the store as well as some photos from the premiere night of “Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf Goodman”
Honoring his work as a costume designer, the “Stars in Dior” exhibit just opened in Christian Dior’s hometown of Granville, France.
The prize honors up-and-coming designers and launched careers such as Lagerfeld and St. Laurent
Twiggy, the famed model and fashion icon, has announced that she will be organizing a fashion show during the Festival to exhibit the fashion, culture, and music of the 1960’s.
The season of festival wear is upon us. Fashion photographers this summer will capture limpid dresses, feather lined fringe, spring’s newest buds braided into sun kissed tresses - a style loose in form but rigid in distinction. And when style surpasses sound as the showcase of a music festival, it is time to take note.
Since sometimes the gorgeous details make all the difference, we decided to capture them on some of our favorite garments
PinkClouds got the opportunity to priview the late socialite's prized possessions at Sotheby's before going up for auction
Filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper has released "Versailles '73: American Runway Revolution," a documentary about the legendary fashion show.
The Business of Fashion wrote an interesting article all about the "science" of vintage fashion.
The first Azzedine Alaia store in 20 years will be opening next spring off the Avenue Montaigne in the heart of Paris’ fashion retail district.
An intimate look at the life and career of the remarkable Larry Vrba.
A true iconoclast, the ambitious and talented Pierre Cardin is one of fashion’s most colorful figures. Over the span of six decades, he has achieved the pinnacle of a design legacy, a unique, experimental point of view that truly changed the face of fashion.
"Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity" is now open at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The beautiful show comes to our city by way of Paris en route to Chicago. Click through for our review of the presentation.
A look back at fashion’s King of Necklines, the affable, dashing and brilliant Luis Estevez.
We were excited to track a 1973 review by the “Palm Beach Post” for the spring summer collection that included the gorgeous gown featured on our website.
Miuccia Prada is being honored at the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
Late last week, Hedi Slimane, creative director of YSL, announced he would be changing the name of the 50 year-old design house from Yves Saint Laurent to Saint Laurent Paris.
Famed clothing collector Iris Apfel, is donating 600 designer pieces.