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Posts for September 8th 2010

L'Officiel Maroc September 2010 Cover

Sep08

L'Officiel Maroc #7
September 2010
Model: Roksana Chrzastowska
Photographer: Youssef Boudlal


J Brand Jeans 5 x 5 Collaboration

Sep08

Jeff Rudes of J Brand is about to incite a raging pack of hard-core denim fanatics. Tonight, they’ll be racing through the central London’s stores to bag limited-edition J Brand designer specials – the 5x5 project commissioned by Christopher Kane, Peter Pilotto, Richard Nicoll, Meadham Kirchhoff, and Erdem, a U.K. extension of the wildly successful Proenza Schouler collab. With only 250 pairs in each style, girls are firing up their Sat-navs for the fastest routes: It’s Harvey Nichols for Kane’s camouflage high-rise with 10” side-zips; Harrods for Erdem’s blue floral print; Browns for Kirchoff’s patched and “hand-repair” heavyweight twill boy-jeans; Selfridges for Pilotto’s powder-effect print, and Liberty for Nicoll’s slick panel-fronted jean.

No need for foreign-city shopping envy in this case, though: all 5x5 jeans are available on New York City’s FNO (Friday, of course) at Jeffrey and Intermix Online.


Vogue Nippon October 2010 - A Renaissance of Style

Sep08

A Renaissance of Style
Photographer: Tommy Ton
Models: Suzanne Diaz, Tatiana Cotliar
Stylist: Aurora Sansone


Fashion's Night Out Lincoln Center Fashion Show

Sep08

 

Fashion's Night Out: The Show finally came together last night with over 170 looks paraded outside of Lincoln Center in Manhattan, marking the largest public runway show in NYC history. Gisele Bundchen, Naomi Campbell, Coco Rocha, Karlie Kloss and a handful of other supermodels arrived at the show atop a red, double-decker tour bus wearing FNO t-shirts and a variety of elaborate skirts designed by the likes of Carolina Herrera and Oscar de la Renta.

While the "Opening Act" gals disappeared to get dressed for the finale, about 150 other models briskly showed off the different trends of the fall season, including Fifties Flair, Tartan Twist, Pure At Heart, Weekend Wrap-Up, Rock Chic, Go Global and Jazz-Age Cool. Each outfit was reportedly approved by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who oversaw the entire show. After what seemed like only several minutes, Gisele and company came back out in designer gowns, just as musician Pharrell took to the top of the fountain in the center to entertain the spectators.

And as quickly as they'd appeared, the models returned to their magic style bus, dancing with their arms up as the driver pulled away, Pharrell in tow imploring New Yorkers to go shopping.

 


Burberry Retail Theatre Concept

Sep08

Burberry continues to explore new possibilities in digital innovation, with their Retail Theatre Concept event set to appear in 25 Burberry stores worldwide during live stream of their Womenswear Prorsum Spring/Summer 2011 show on September 21, 2010.  Customers in store can explore the collection through iPads where they will be able to buy immediately through a custom-built Burberry app.

"We are really excited to be launching "Burberry Retail Theatre" enabling the first ever live simultaneous virtual trunk shows in our stores globally.  This concept allows us to broadcast our multi-faceted content all over the world, directly to our stores, creating a modern and pure brand environment.  Customers at the exclusive in-store digital events will experience the clothes, the music, the energy and the atmosphere in real time and have the unique opportunity to receive their orders in just 7 weeks."

-Christopher Bailey, Burberry Chief Creative Officer


 

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