The Met’s Spring 2012 Costume Institute exhibition, Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations, explores the striking affinities between Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada, two Italian designers from different eras. May 10-August 19 The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Avenue (at 82nd Street) New York, NY 10028 Phone: 212-535-7710 More Info
Sarah Andelman chose a special and well-know friend of Colette, to help her blow the 15 candles on the Parisian boutique’s birthday cake. Craig Redman (with whom has collaborated many times, most memorably for Colette’s christmas cards), in order to honor Colette’s anniversary, illustrated 150 of its friends and collaborators
Anna Wintour and Sarah Jessica Parker, fashion icons and brand ambassadors sat in the front row side by side admiring Oscar De La Renta’s feminine looks, as they made their way down the runway. Sarah Jessica Parker was especially so sweet to watch when she saw a look she loved. She would light up like [...]
Fashion Night Out 2010 in New York City was a beaming success; the entire city was out, enjoying the open stores and parties. As diverse the areas of New York are, as diverse FNO felt. Uptown glamor to downtown hipness – even the smallest of stores got involved in this grand night of fashion festivities. [...]
Finally, it was about time – the world’s most influential fashion magazine is late to the online game! I mean even British Vogue is way more active. So Anna Wintour finally decided to concentrate on her online platform, Vogue.com. On the eve of New York Fashion Week and a mere two days before her brainchild, [...]
Well, presumably the rumors continue, except this time its not about who will replace Anna at Vogue but where she is off to. Rumors have it that Barack Obama has invited Mrs. Anna Wintour to join him as his ambassador to France. That’s a pretty interesting transition.
Change isn’t necessarily a bad thing, is it? However, if it’s true, it would definitely cause a commotion within the world of fashion and there will be some major questions to be answered. Who would replace her? What would she do without Vogue? And, will anyone ever exceed the expectations there is to being the next Anna Wintour?