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Meet Buzz Aldrin, Fashion Model

Buzz Aldrin, fashion model? The 86-year-old former astronaut will walk in a fashion show at New York's Men's Fashion Week Jan. 31, Page Six reports. Designer Nick Graham, former CEO of Joe Boxer, is presenting a Mars-themed collection complete with "space-oriented formal wear," sources say, so it only makes sense...

The 87 Best Street Style Looks From Men's Fashion Week: London, Milan and Pitti Uomo

As we prepare for women's fashion month to kick off in New York in February, we're already planning our wardrobes with a little sartorial inspiration from fall 2017 men's fashion month. From London to Milan to #menswear mecca Pitti Uomo in Florence, men, women and even a few young ones are... Continue reading

Thiel confirms Palantir will not help build Trump's Muslim database

Earlier this week, the New York Times’ Maureen Dowd interviewed Peter Thiel (a Pando investor, for crying out loud) about his support for Donald Trump. The interview appeared in the newspaper’s Fashion and Style section. In any normal universe, that combination of words alone would have been remarkable and hilarious. Show More Summary

Opening Ceremony Is Swapping the Runway for the Ballet

As New York Fashion Week draws nearer, the announcements of designers' plans to subvert the traditional schedule — whether with an outside-the-box show format, a new geographical location or a switch to the "see now, buy now" format — are coming hard and fast. The latest comes from Opening... Continue reading

J Balvin Named New York Fashion Week: Men's Ambassador

Go, J Balvin! The 31-year-old singer has been taking some serious risks in the name of fashion, and the world has noticed. Blavin is kicking off 2017 in a big way, he's been named...

DKNY Will Not Have a New York Fashion Week Show This Season

The brand is sitting out this one after the departure of designers Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow.

DKNY to Cancel New York Fashion Week Runway Show

DKNY's latest development in Donna Karan International's dramatic overhaul comes by way of New York Fashion Week. For the forthcoming fall 2017 season, DKNY will bypass the fashion show format, choosing to hold showroom appointments instead, according to a report in WWD. The... Continue reading

Brace Yourselves: Kanye Reportedly Plans to Show Yeezy Season 5, Plus Another Line

It’s still unclear whether he’ll show at New York Fashion Week in February.

Linder Is Seeking A Fashion Intern In New York, NY

Linder is a RTW label based in New York City. Our aesthetic is modern and forward- thinking, as we embrace sophisticated materials and refined silhouettes. Fashion InternTaskssupport with inhouse shootsmanaging weekly scheduleorganizing fashion closetmaintaining showroom spaceoverall operations... Continue reading

'Project Runway' Season 15: Breaking Down the Looks of 'Finale Part 2'

In episode 14 of Project Runway, the designers got to show their final collections at New York Fashion Week. Each collection had 10 looks and had to exemplify the designers' skill and aesthetic. Let's take a look at the best piece from each collection from "Finale Part 2."

Fantasy Football Week 16 Rankings: Projections and Matchups to Love

With fantasy championships or slots in them at stake, Week 16 started in notable fashion during the Thursday Night Football showdown between the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants. Long story short, most of the Eagles didn't show up as expected, while Odell Beckham Jr. Show More Summary

China Machado, First Non-White Model In A Major Magazine, Dies At 86

The fashion world lost a groundbreaking icon this week after lifelong model and fashion director China Machado died of cardiac arrest in Brookhaven, New York, at the age of 86. Machado became the first non-white woman to appear in aShow More Summary

'Project Runway' Season 15 Finale: Who's In and Who's Out ... and the Winner is...

After a harsh critique with the judges on the previous episode, the final four Project Runway designers have to kick it into high gear to finish their collections and put on a great show for New York Fashion Week. It's been a long season, but at the end of "Finale Part 2," three designers will be out, and only one will be in.

The Creative NYC Is Seeking PR Interns In New York, NY

Company: The Creative NYCTitle: Fashion/Lifestyle PR Firm Seeking intern 20-25 hrs per week: Duties would include the following (possibly more based on experience): Sample trafficking for luxury accessory brands (tracking loans, packing/unpacking samples, updating activity... Continue reading

Bookmark Alert | New York Fashion Week: Men Fall/Winter 2017 Show Schedule

New York Fashion Week: Men closes out the fall-winter 2017 season. The young fashion week follows London, Milan, and Paris on the calendar. Bringing a necessary energy to New York Fashion Week: Men, Raf Simons will show in the Big Apple. Show More Summary

Alex White Is Seeking Fashion Interns In New York, NY

Renowned fashion stylist Alex White seeks enthusiastic and motivated fashion interns to work from her Manhattan studio. Previous fashion experience is required, and interns must be available 2-3 days per week, minimum, with full availability being a major plus.Responsibilities:Organization and... Continue reading

Public School Will Return to the New York Fashion Week Calendar

Perhaps some rules weren't made to be broken. In April 2016, Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chao of Public School announced they would be showing their brand's collections off-calendar, choosing to adhere more closely to the menswear and pre-collections schedule — and therefore closer to retail... Continue reading

The Politics of Style in 2016

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Let's take another look at the instances in 2016 when our polarizing politics stretched from the presidential campaign trail out to the closets of everyday citizens and the runways of New York Fashion Week.

'Project Runway' Season 15: Breaking Down the Looks of 'Finale Part 1'

On episode 13 of Project Runway, the final four designers were sent home for six weeks to start on their collections for New York Fashion Week. After a visit from Tim, they all returned back to New York, where they had to prepare three of their looks to give the judges a sneak peek. Show More Summary

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