Joseph Altuzarra is the latest designer to be added to the list of those who dress the New York City Ballet. Fashion and ballet is no new collaboration. Throughout the years, we have seen designers such as Rodarte, Valentino, and Nanette Lepore create costumes for the New York City Ballet.
This is the newest collaboration us Lambert Girls at the New York office are really excited about. This amazing collection will be composed of two of Clergerie’s classic shoe styles and will be covered in Gray’s crazy patterns. Who would have thought opposites would attract so well? We did not, but we sure are happy they did.
Charlotte Olympia is collaborating with the one and only Tom Binns to launch a limited edition capsule shoe and bag collection. This capsule collection is set to launch with the opening of a new exhibit at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute. The new exhibit we have all been waiting for is entitled “Punk: Chaos to Couture.” As you can see in the pictures below, this collection mimics the exhibits theme.
This giant award ceremony takes place in the wonderful Los Angeles spring-time every year. The event was hosted just five days, ago on April 14 this year. We were all watching closely, not just at the awards being handed out, but at the red carpet – our favorite segment of the show. The New York office team has compiled out top five best dressed for the night.
This morning on 5th Avenue in New York City, Tiffany and Co. unveiled a magnificent set of window displays inspired by the upcoming Great Gatsby film. These amazing windows are the work of a collaboration between Tiffany’s own Richard Moore, VP of Visual Creative Merchandising, Baz Luhrmann, and Catherine Martin the film’s costume and production designer.
We, at the New York office, are ready to get outside and see these fantastic window with our own eyes!
After Nicola Formichetti, Thierry Mugler’s creative director, leave earlier this month following the absence of a women’s and menswear the house is ready for a big change. Mugler himself is ready to converge his fashion and fragrance divisions into one consolidated operation.
No official news has been posted. But after the dissolution of his couture line in 2003 and his statement about quitting fashion, it looks like Manfred is ready to get back in the fashion industry ring. We are looking forward to seeing all the changes in the house moving forward. Will we see Mugler naming himself and official title anytime soon?
Rag and Bone is created an exclusive line of their famed pilot bag to be sold at The Webster in Miami. The bags are air force inspired and will be featured in traditional Americana colors. Just think the perfect Memorial Day BBQ bag. It will not be long until this is the new it-bag. Lucky for us, they are already available for purchase online in two different sizes!
The Gap, after many lost years, is finally gaining it’s mojo back thanks to Rebekka Bay. She took over as creative director for the retailer in October of last year. We are just now getting a preview of what she has been working on for the brand – and let me tell you, we are impressed!
Moda Operandi has recently released news of an exciting collaboration with the help of 12 fashion designers and brands to produce a punk inspired collection for the upcoming Costume Institute’s “Punk: Chaos to Couture” exhibit.