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Early morning rehearsal. Keep the coffee coming, doll! It’s only the second day.
Winona is to FASHION WEEK what fireworks are to the 4th of July. The show might go on but without her it sure won’t be the same. Back in the day she was in such high demand on the catwalk that designers were known to adjust their show dates to work around her schedule. And now, as the agency owner with six of the fashion industry’s top models on her roster, they still do! Ah…it’s nice to be on top. But hard as hell to stay there.
She shows up on everyone’s web page and blog site during FASHION WEEK. Covering her fashion choices for the next seven days is just as important as anything happening on the runways. Stay tuned. What She Wore During Fashion Week starts now…
Winona is to FASHION WEEK what fireworks are to the 4th of July. The show might go on but without her it sure won’t be the same. Back in the day she was in such high demand on the catwalk that designers were known to adjust their show dates to work around her schedule. And now, as the agency owner with six of fashion’s top models on her roster, they still do! Ah…it’s nice to be on top. But hard as hell to stay there.
She shows up on everyone’s web page and blog site during FASHION WEEK. Covering her fashion choices for the next seven days is just as important as anything happening on the runways. Stay tuned. WHAT SHE WORE DURING FASHION WEEK starts now…
Boo and hoo. It’s the last day! MICHAEL KORS served up a very beachy vibe with pastel colors and palm tree prints. But the models were beat and Catherine Zeta-Jones’ young daughter sat on the front row like a cat, ready to show those tired bitches how to rock a runway. We’ll see babygirl next season, I’ll bet. Ran into my buddy Chris Rock in the lobby of the Bowery Hotel for KIMORA LEE‘s 11am show. Her pieces were beautiful, presented on three platforms with only eleven models, including Ming, her oldest girl with Russell. That was the biggest take-away from this week. Everybody had a kid on the runway! JUICY COUTURE made a colorful comeback today. Mostly for the youngins. But there was a terry-cloth onesy with my name all over it. And finally MARC JACOBS was back out at the Park Avenue Armory. The show was silent. There was no music. Kinda dramatic, sure, but I wasn’t feeling it. He gave us nice turbans and headwraps but let’s talk serious, Marc. Really. Wassup with you???
That’s it, folks. NEW YORK FASHION WEEK is once again a memory. See ya next time. Smooches!
Winona is wearing Louis Vuitton
A late start today but ALICE + OLIVIA at 11am kicked my ass into gear. Young, excited kids will do that to you. The presentation was all over the place to me this season but the ode to the Chelsea Hotel was kinda fresh. At GABRIELA HEARST’s show at The Pool, her evening suits in particular were very nice, but the disco-sandal shoe choice was…odd. Kaia Gerber showed up on the runway for COACH. Lots of celebrity kids—Lisa Rinna’s daughter, Amelia, and Jamie Foxx’s kid, Corinne—walked this season. I’ve got to get in on this trend. How old is Suri Cruise now? But let’s talk about RALPH LAUREN. His show took place inside of his tricked-out car garage up in Bedford Mills. There were black leather banquettes, luxury sports cars and Kaia’s brother, Presley, on a coed runway swimming in plaid and leather and tulle. Pure RALPH. For dinner I sat next to a very hungry Diane Keaton. We wolfed down champagne, lobster salad and burgers and moaned over another Fashion Week coming to an end. The night before the final day is always sad af… Day Seven
Winona’s skirt is Ralph Lauren Vintage Prince tank top is eoewearever
Sunday Night was all about Rihanna and FENTY PUMA. Athletic wear is really not my thing but I love the energy RiRi brings to the runway. Her final bow, on the back of a motorcycle, was precious! DENNIS BASSO at the Plaza Hotel on Monday morning was very Game of Thrones-y with fur flying everywhere while LELA ROSE’s garden party dresses at noon in Washington Square Park were the complete opposite. Lady-like and demure. As always. Hauling ass back uptown, I indulged in a long lunch before the OSCAR DE LA RENTA show at Sotheby’s on York. Many in attendance seemed to flip out over the new look. And not in a good way. They’re just not ready to see his line evolve. The eveningwear was more traditional ODLR, though. And that seemed to chill things out. Dashing crosstown, TOME presented their collection in Chelsea with a relaxing combo of flute, drums and piano. I almost dozed off but there were dancers and loads of color. No chance. Later, CAROLINA HERRERA at MOMA—a first!— was all about big skirts, puffy sleeves and even more color. The world could use some brightening up. What better way to start than with fashion, right? Day Six…