On Phillip Lim’s NY Fashion Week front row? Fellow designers
NEW YORK (AP) — Phillip Lim had some unusual guests on his New York Fashion Week front row: fellow designers.
Prabal Gurung and Jason Wu attended Monday to cheer him on, as did Alexander Wang on Friday at the Palm Angels show by Francesco Ragazzi.
"It's my favorite thing when I see designers supporting other designers," said Eva Chen, the director of fashion partnerships for Instagram. "They're friends."
Designers support designers at Phillip Lim
Fashion royalty out for Prabal Gurung
Jenifer Lewis in Nike swoosh, Johansson a goddess at Emmys
NEW YORK (AP) — Jenifer Lewis stood with Nike in a bedazzled swoosh sweatshirt on the Emmys new gold carpet and Scarlett Johansson stunned as a goddess in white during the parade of fashion on TV's biggest night.
Johansson's gown featured drop sleeves with a plunging neckline and high side slit. She posed with her boyfriend and one of the evening's co-hosts, Colin Jost, her blonde bob swept back. The actress accessorized with diamond chandelier earrings, her flower back tattoos on display.
Prabal Gurung screams for peace in living color
NEW YORK (AP) — Prabal Gurung had a lot to say at New York Fashion Week, and he said it in living color.
The designer sent models from 35 countries around the globe down his runway Sunday, chosen to represent a world where "all humanity reigns." Because, as Bruce Springsteen said in Gurung's closing song, we can "Dream Baby Dream."
Politics meets fashion at Prabal Gurung show
Rowland defends Serena Williams: ‘Men say way worse on the court’
Dorian Butovitch speaks the language of flowers fluently.
Strength of women celebrated at Prabal Gurung, DVF
NEW YORK (AP) — Some highlights from New York Fashion Week on Sunday:
PRABAL GURUNG CELEBRATES STRENGTH OF WOMEN
With Gigi Hadid as his opener and her royally dressed sister, Bella, at the end, Prabal Gurung celebrated the strength, grace and resilience of women in a collection full of vibrant purples, reds and blues, inspired in part by the women-led Mosuo tribe of China.
NEW YORK — Another New York Fashion Week has come and gone, but there's still plenty to buzz about.
Most shows previewed trends for next fall and winter, although some featured collections that could be purchased immediately. Here's a recap of some of the most-talked about moments.
Sequins and slogans: Politics seeped into NY Fashion Week
NEW YORK (AP) — "When you have a voice, you should use it," designer Raf Simons says. The new Calvin Klein designer did just that, using a particularly pointed David Bowie lyric on his soundtrack. Tracy Reese brought actual poets to her show, with soulful messages of empowerment. Naeem Khan played a reading from Maya Angelou. And Prabal Gurung sent a parade of T-shirts down the runway with feminist slogans.