Monday, September 19th 2011

Tune in Tomorrow! Exclusive Antipodium LFW Event

We went behind the scenes with Antipodium Creative Director Geoffrey Finch as he prepped for his London Fashion Week Spring 2012 presentation. Tune in tomorrow for an exclusive look, along with interviews with VIPs like Poppy Delevingne, Style Bubble blogger Susie Lau, Liberty Ross, and more.

Shop Antipodium fall 2011.

Friday, September 16th 2011

NYFW S/S 2012: The Wrap-Up

Photos by Phil Oh.

Fashion Director Kate Ciepluch and Style Director Morgan Wendelborn crammed as many shows into a seven-day period as possible, and they came away with some major spring inspiration. Check out their favorite moments from the week.

Favorite moment on the runway:
Kate: Seeing Shopbop model Ava Smith on the runway at Helmut Lang.
Morgan: Karlie Kloss at Donna Karan. What a star!

Favorite moment off the runway:
Kate: The Prism presentation at La Bain! It was an extension of summer: spicy mango popsicles, an amazing view, and the chicest swimwear.
Morgan: Reviewing the shows on my iPad at Oficina on Prince Street. Hi, Max and Hans!

Best after party:
Kate: Taking my heels off each night gave me such joy it felt like a party!
Morgan: My apartment! On my couch with my boyfriend and Kate Cieps.

Chicest street style spotting:
Kate: Liu Wen wearing a little polka dot cardi after the Phillip Lim show. Jane Albiter, our RTW buyer, looked insanely cool every day.
Morgan: Printed pajama pants looked so effortless all week! The chicest women were wearing flats, sandals, and oxfords and simple, softly pointed pumps paired with cropped pants, shorts, and slim midi skirts. Elegance and ease felt so on point.

Spring trend you’ll try now:
Kate: Lavender paired with red inspired me at the DVF show. Wearing it today, actually. Loving all the new color combos. And, I can’t wait to wear white leather pants.
Morgan: White leather. I love how it’s done in chic ways this season: shorts, blazers, and shift dresses

Show(s) you can’t wait to shop:
Kate: Phillip Lim (especially the bags!!!), Thakoon, and Zero + Maria Cornejo.
Morgan: Jenni Kayne (best blazers ever and love the pink suits!), Yigal Azrouel, Rag & Bone (those knit biker jackets are INCREDIBLE), and Theyskens’ (DENIM!!!).

Friday, September 16th 2011

NYFW S/S 2012 Trend: T-Shirt Gowns

Looks from Derek Lam and Kimberly Ovitz, spring 2012.

Luxe laced with casual, short-sleeve gowns on the spring runways offered a dressed-down take on a formal silhouette. Favorite styles included crisp white renditions at Derek Lam and Kimberly Ovitz (pictured) and a slit-to-there cobalt look at Peter Som.

--Kate Ciepluch & Morgan Wendelborn
Fashion & Style Directors

Shop maxi dresses.

Thursday, September 15th 2011

NYFW S/S 2012: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Looks from the Marc by Marc Jacobs spring 2012 runway.

Marc by Marc Jacobs went minimalist on the spring 2012 runway. Clean lines, bold color combinations, and pleasantly simple prints were the perfect backdrops for the collection’s sporty, frill-free aesthetic. Our fave accessories from the collection: the sneaker-esque patent wedges—inspired!

--Kate Ciepluch & Morgan Wendelborn
Fashion & Style Directors

Shop Marc by Marc Jacobs fall 2011.

Wednesday, September 14th 2011

NYFW S/S 2012: Herve Leger

Looks from the Hervé Léger spring 2012 runway.

Max Azria took Hervé Léger back to the golden age of Americana on his spring 2012 runway. Folklore-inspired jacquard patterns, macramé, and slinky fringe gave the collection a luxe-crafty feel, while metallic accents hinted at a harder edge.

--Kate Ciepluch & Morgan Wendelborn
Fashion & Style Directors

Shop Hervé Léger fall 2011.

Wednesday, September 14th 2011

NYFW S/S 2012 Emerging Trend: Bold Prints

Spring 2012 runway looks from Derek Lam, Peter Som, and Jen Kao.

Diminutive Liberty blossoms are always a delight, but the spring runways have traded in understated for a bolder approach to prints. A clear theme of “go big or stay home” emerged in zealous florals (Peter Som, ADAM by Adam Lippes, DVF), graphic geometrics (Alexander Wang, Jen Kao), and abstract wonders (Helmut Lang, naturally). Paired back to sleek solids or mixed and matched from head to toe, spring 2012 promises to be a statement of a season.

--Kate Ciepluch & Morgan Wendelborn
Fashion & Style Directors

Shop Print Dresses.

Tuesday, September 13th 2011

NYFW S/S 2012 Emerging Trend: Bright Short Suits

Looks from the Jill Stuart and DKNY spring 2012 runways.

Color is always a big spring story. The 2012 runways were alive with pops of cobalt, canary, and Kelly, but our standout fave was pink in every shade. Bright to blush, the color made a splash, especially in the form of chic little short suits. The matching tops and bottoms popped up on nearly every runway, but our favorites were the rose offerings at Jill Stuart, Jenni Kayne, and DKNY. They’ll make for playful alternatives to airy dresses come spring.

--Kate Ciepluch & Morgan Wendelborn
Fashion & Style Directors

Shop Suiting.
Shop Shorts.

Tuesday, September 13th 2011

NYFW S/S 2012: Thakoon

Looks from the Thakoon spring 2012 runway.

Thakoon took to the Wild West with a Bollywood twist on his spring 2012 runway. Models wore silhouettes fit for a futuristic cowgirl, with neon pink and blue hair to match. It’s an unexpected, cross-cultural mix that feels so right in this designer’s hands.

--Kate Ciepluch & Morgan Wendelborn
Fashion & Style Directors

Shop Thakoon fall 2011.

Monday, September 12th 2011

NYFW S/S 2012: Alexander Wang

Looks from the Alexander Wang spring 2012 runway.

The spring runway saw Alexander Wang play with a street-chic mix of motocross and beach culture, done NY style (of course). Sporty bags, windbreakers, and mesh shorts were styled effortlessly with white leather and Hawaiian-inspired prints.

--Kate Ciepluch & Morgan Wendelborn
Fashion & Style Directors

Shop Alexander Wang fall 2011.

Monday, September 12th 2011

NYFW S/S 2012: Diane von Furstenberg

Favorite looks from the Diane von Furstenberg spring 2012 runway.

The Diane von Furstenberg spring 2012 runway opened up with clean, flowing all-white looks that quickly transitioned into neutral solids, then playful prints, and finished with a lot of sparkle. Standouts included bold florals, shots of neon, and a certain soft structure—the picture of the effortless DVF woman.

--Morgan Wendelborn
Style Director

Shop DVF fall 2011.

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