NEW YORK, United States — Today, contributing photographer Sonny Vandevelde files backstage imagery from the Richard Chai, Creatures of The Wind, Jason Wu, Rebecca Minkoff, Rag & Bone, Lacoste, Prabul Gurung, Alexander Wang, Ostwalk Helgason and Altuzarra shows, held over the first three days of New York Fashion Week.
TOKYO, Japan — She is young, a sexy tomboy, Internet savvy and a fashion trendsetter rather than a follower. With money to burn, she is designer Rebecca Minkoff's ideal customer in a booming Asia.
Being Thom Browne: His Moment Is Now (NY Times) “‘Other designers get cross-pollinated a lot,’ Michael Hainey, deputy editor of GQ, said in discussing Mr. Browne. ‘You know, suddenly everyone’s showing orange this season because that designer’s fabric person is researching the same fabric as three other people. Thom stands apart. He’s always stood apart.’ He is a game-changer, Mr. Hainey added, a
NEW YORK, United States — With many European editors still stranded on the other side of the Atlantic due to a massive snowstorm that battered the northeast of the US, our trusty contributing photographer Sonny Vandevelde brings us behind-the-scenes images from the Jason Wu, Helmut Lang, Suno and Rebecca Minkoff shows, held on the second day of New York Fashion Week. Sonny Vandevelde is a contributing photographer at The Business
Revamped ‘The Cut’ Blog Will Take On The Fashion Glossies (Business Insider) “Readers of New York Magazine’s fashion blog The Cut are in for a treat when they check in on the site Monday morning. That’s when the the company plans to reveal its all new version of the blog—a standalone website that will move outside its current editorial milieu of style and gossip.” West End luxury brands see Games
Hannah MacGibbon out, Clare Waight Keller in at Chloé (Telegraph) “Chloé have announced via their Twitter feed and a statement on their website, that Hannah MacGibbon is set to leave the label she has headed up since 2008, to be replaced by ex-Pringle of Scotland designer Clare Waight Keller.” In fashion, the brand plays on (LA Times) “A trend toward the further depersonalizing of brands [is] in the future.