Posts Tagged: John Galliano

Post-Slimane’s Celine, 5 Epic Design Debuts That Bombed

Now that the dust has settled a little and we’ve gotten over our devastation that Phoebe Philo’s Celine is truly a thing of the past, let’s take a moment to regain perspective. We’ve seen whopping designer mismatches before, and also

Post-Slimane’s Celine, 5 Epic Design Debuts That Bombed

Now that the dust has settled a little and we’ve gotten over our devastation that Phoebe Philo’s Celine is truly a thing of the past, let’s take a moment to regain perspective. We’ve seen whopping designer mismatches before, and also

The Gender-Bending Evolution of the Bias Cut

They say fashion should reflect what’s going on around it. In the micro we find the macro. The bias cut is a pattern-cutting technique that’s been around for centuries but is becoming a modern-day symbol of our changing society. And

The Gender-Bending Evolution of the Bias Cut

They say fashion should reflect what’s going on around it. In the micro we find the macro. The bias cut is a pattern-cutting technique that’s been around for centuries but is becoming a modern-day symbol of our changing society. And

In Pictures: Heavenly Bodies; Fashion and the Catholic Imagination

For those of you who won’t make it to NYC within the next three months and are curious, here is a selection of images from the Met’s gilded and glittering summer exhibition. Fear not, it gets better from Rihanna in

In Pictures: Heavenly Bodies; Fashion and the Catholic Imagination

For those of you who won’t make it to NYC within the next three months and are curious, here is a selection of images from the Met’s gilded and glittering summer exhibition. Fear not, it gets better from Rihanna in

Review: Heavenly Bodies; Fashion and the Catholic Imagination

Holy smokes! Here is my review for FashionUnited of the highly anticipated, and perhaps most controversial yet, Met exhibition. You can read and see images here…

Review: Heavenly Bodies; Fashion and the Catholic Imagination

Holy smokes! Here is my review for FashionUnited of the highly anticipated, and perhaps most controversial yet, Met exhibition. You can read and see images here…

No More Drama; When Did The Fashion Show Lose Its Spectacle?

A male designer friend asked me recently ‘Are female designers just not any good at putting on a show?’ By show, he meant a happening, an event, a moment. I was a bit taken aback but it did make me

No More Drama; When Did The Fashion Show Lose Its Spectacle?

A male designer friend asked me recently ‘Are female designers just not any good at putting on a show?’ By show, he meant a happening, an event, a moment. I was a bit taken aback but it did make me

RIP Louise Wilson

I flipped open Facebook on Saturday morning while eating my scrambled eggs and the Vogue newsfeed showed a face shot of Louise Wilson. The very sight halted the journey of the fork from my plate to my mouth. Her face,

RIP Louise Wilson

I flipped open Facebook on Saturday morning while eating my scrambled eggs and the Vogue newsfeed showed a face shot of Louise Wilson. The very sight halted the journey of the fork from my plate to my mouth. Her face,

The Worth of Couture

Now the couture shows have ended for another season. And my semester classes, brim full of enthusiastic new fashion students eager to launch themselves, have begun. The intersection of these two seemingly unrelated events provides me with the perfect junction

The Worth of Couture

Now the couture shows have ended for another season. And my semester classes, brim full of enthusiastic new fashion students eager to launch themselves, have begun. The intersection of these two seemingly unrelated events provides me with the perfect junction