January Fashion News Roundup
André Leon Talley walks the red carpet; sneakers at the Chanel Couture show
Business of Fashion highlights the top 10 luxury advertising campaigns of the season. Our faves include the art-and-photography combinations at Carven and retailer Lane Crawford, and Erykah Badu for Givenchy.
André Leon Talley—along with his capes and crocodile loafers—is settling into his Artistic Director role at Zappo’s Couture and talks retail, missing Vogue, and shopping for Uggs online.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America (otherwise known as the CFDA) laid out their new strategy for revamping New York Fashion Week.
The sneaker trend was well-represented on the couture runways in Paris, but did the look come from designers or did they steal it from the streets?
Fancy yourself a football fan? If you’re heading to NYC for the Super Bowl, luxury retailers like Saks are creating special events for pigskin-loving visitors.
Not-so-fast fashion: Looks from the Spring 2014 Haute Couture collections are already being worn by your favorite/most hated stars. Is this the answer to the industry’s collective moaning about the end of fashion?
Images courtesy Vogue and Style.com