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Ralph’s new look: you like?

S T N E M MO

Nine days, over 200 shows, shows, and too many presentations to count! New York Fashion Week took the chic set uptown, downtown, and everywhere in between, all in the name of the Fall 2012 collections. Needless to say, memories were made!

The smash PBS hit is a fashionable fixation far beyond the front row, but leave it to Ralph to channel the look—literally. His Fall collection opened to the tune of the show’s theme song, and a parade of waistcoats, tweeds, and smart separates followed. No surprise that the reviews were raves—but it was a bit shocking that Ralph, who never deviates from his usual look, hit the runway in a Abbey-esque suit and tie!

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Aww Alert! Francisco and Rooney...

Every designer in New York is angling to dress It Girl Rooney Mara. Leave it to Calvin Klein Collection creative director Francisco Costa to make it happen first! The paparazzi went crazy when Ms. Mara arrived at Calvin Klein HQ for the Fall show…and then they went even crazier to find that Emma Stone, whom Costa has dressed for the 2011 Golden Globes, was also in the house. So what will they wear for the Oscars? No news yet—but there were plenty of good ideas on the Calvin Klein runway...

Ralph’s homage to Downton Abbey

the inspiration!

Emma and Rooney front row

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Fashion’s enfant terrible Marc Jacobs came up with the season’s seminal statement: next Fall, expect to wear hats, and plenty of them. MJ’s massive, furry, floppy styles were inspired by Oliver!, the musical version of Oliver Twist.

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Marc’s Main sTaTeMenT:

Maria Sharapova took it all in!

Hats On!

Gisele’s Runway RetuRn

Bradley and Victor at Tommy Hilfiger

Gisele Bündchen took time out from her Brady Defense Offensive and hit up the runway for her dear friend Alexander Wang. Backstage, she tweaked her makeup and gamely posed with fans before donning her black leather Wang jacket and darting off to the runway.

Fa s h i o n w e e k D a i L Y. C o M

Giants, Giants Everywhere!

Victor on Game Day

And speaking of the Super Bowl...what’s the best way to take a victory lap? Hit the fashion shows, of course! First up: Victor Cruz, who scored a prime seat at Tommy Hilfiger right next to Hollywood’s resident heartthrob Bradley Cooper and told reporters that of all his teammates, Ramses Barden was most in need of a chic-over. Coincidence or not: a few days later, Barden himself hit up the Jill Stuart show, sporting a chic Lacoste sweater…and confessed to owning about 40 pair of shoes.

Ramses Barden at Jill Stuart

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J Ac o B S : E D k AV i S H E / fA S H i o N W i R E p R E S S fo R B fA N yc . c o M ( 5 ) ; J o E S c H i l D H o R N / B fA N yc . c o M ( 2) ; G i S E l E : f i R S T V i E W (6 ) ; G E T T y; M A R c D i M o N / pAT R i c k M c M u l l A N . c o M

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MOnClER GREnOblE’S SPECTAClE On ICE! Those clever Italians! Moncler took over an iconic landmark—Central Park’s Wollman Skating Rink—to stage the week’s most inventive presentation on ice. Elizabeth Hurley was among those oohing and aahing.

rodarte’s raucous froNt row

Natalie portman and dakota fanning

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Who was the most talked-about celebrity Kate and laura mulleavy in Kate and Laura Mulleavy’s front row? Not Natalie Portman, even though it was one of her rare public appearances since she had her baby Aleph last summer. Not Dakota Fanning, either, who had also graced Marc’s front row the day before! Funnily enough, the buzziest get was George Lucas. “I’m here because my girlfriend is obsessed!” he shrugged. She’s not the only one!

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Le Baron: ThE hAuTEST PARTy SPOT

Nightlife maestro andré saraiva’s original location in Paris has been a regular haunt for the fashion cognoscenti for years. Now, he’s opened a New York outpost in Chinatown, and during Fashion Week, it was properly celebrated with after-parties for the likes of sandro and proenza schouler. And those were just the official ones!

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jack mccollough and liya Kebede at the proenza schouler party

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REPORT

HARPER’S BAZAAR PARTY

CIRCA!

Throughout Fashion Week, the CIRCA Lounge at Lincoln Center was a haute spot for fashion insiders. CIRCA’s CEO Chris Del Gatto and his partner, supermodel, and CIRCA fashion director Veronica Webb, worked with the CFDA to suss out the top jewelry designers of tomorrow— and showcase CIRCA’s own brand Sector Watches. Gemma Redux, Dean Harris, Melissa Joy Manning, and Irene Neuwirth were the anointed ones, and their baubles rotated in and out of the lounge’s display areas. To kick off the affair, naturally, a party was required, so CIRCA partnered with the newly-redesigned Harper’s Bazaar to do so in style.

Webb, Del Gatto, Glenda Bailey, steven Kolb, stephanie Winston Wolkoff, and Elaine irwin

GEMMA REDUX DEAn HARRis Melissa joy Manning

stephen Knoll and Dean Harris

Designer Rachel Dooley

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LAURA BAILEY The Pocket Bag


THE MOTO JACKET

$350

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KARL by Karl Lagerfeld, Net-A-Porter.com

TREND Alexander Wang

White hite

The big Spring trend was all about brights, but your favorite designers couldn’t ignore this classic statement for too long! No wonder it showed up on Fall runways in wintry shades and architectural shapes.

THE SATCHEL

$50

Shop the Trend Now!

Jason Wu for Target, 517 E. 117th St., (212) 835-0860

THE SHOE

$750

Givenchy, Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave.,

(212) 753-7300

Reed Krakoff

Fa s h i o n w e e k D a i L Y. C o M

Yigal Azrouël

Proenza Schouler


THE PEEP-TOE

$180

Topshop, 478 Broadway, (212) 966-9555 Ruffian

Noir

New York’s runways were awash in a meditation on black, toughened up with leather whenever possible. Designers bid adieu to studs and rock motifs and opted for a more streamlined look.

Reem Acra Oscar de la Renta

THE LEATHER JACKET

CALVIN KLEIN Collection

$495

AllSaints, 512 Broadway, (646) 862-1832

Shop the Trend Now!

THE WRISTLET

$225

Alexander Wang, 103 Grand St., (212) 977-9683

models: firstview


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TREND

Michael Kors

Thakoon

Helmut Lang

FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

Sophie Theallet

L’Wren Scott


Shop the Trend Now!

Claret

THE BLAZER

Bordeaux is a topseller in stores right this minute—but did you think designers would do exactly the same thing for Fall? Not a chance! Meet claret, a slightly lighter, less saturated shade of your favorite rouge.

$129

Steven Alan, 158 Franklin St., (212) 343-0352

THE BLOUSE

$125

Sandro, 415 Bleecker St., (646) 438-9335

Ralph Lauren

THE SANDAL

$895

Christian Louboutin, 59 Horatio St., (212) 255-1910

THE TOTE

$225

Brahmin, Brahmin.com

Jason Wu

$495

Étoile Isabel Marant, Net-A-Porter.com

$460

Marc by Marc Jacobs, 403 Bleecker St., (212) 924-0026

$130

MICHAEL Michael Kors, 610 Fifth Ave., (212) 582-2444 models: firstview


CHIC Bags Spring’s obsession with color doesn’t stop with the clothes—the best pieces of arm candy are also coming in fullysaturated shades. The most 2012 one to try? Yellow. It goes beautifully with black and white clothes, and it’s much more wear-resistant than light-colored neutrals. Whether a tote, a backpack, Louis Vuitton

or a clutch, do not use caution—the brighter, the better.

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$2,020 Givenchy,

Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-7300

$2,585

Lanvin, Net-A-Porter.com

$295

Diane von Furstenberg,

Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-4000

$1,940

Fendi, Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900

$35

Target, 517 E. 117th St., (212) 835-0860

$195

Alexander Wang, 103 Grand St., (212) 977-9683

$590

Reed Krakoff, 831 Madison Ave., (212) 988-0560

$1,675

J.Crew, 91 Fifth Ave., (212) 255-4848

$1,620

Rochas, Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900

$1,235

Miu Miu, MyTheresa.com

$470

Marc by Marc Jacobs, 403 Bleecker St., (212) 924-0026

$150

Suki Cheema,

Design Within Reach, 110 Greene St., (212) 475-0001

$2,690

Salvatore Ferragamo, 655 Fifth Ave., (212) 754-5200

$325

See by ChloĂŠ, Otte, 37 N. Moore St., (212) 431-8501

$45

Gap, 680 Fifth Ave., (212) 977-7023

$1,075

Stella McCartney,

112 Greene St., (212) 255-1556

$175

Wayuu Taya Foundation, ShopBop.com

$198

Madewell, 115 Fifth Ave., (212) 228-5172

$870

Jerome Dreyfuss, Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-4000

$620

Marni, Net-A-Porter.com M O D E L : M O r g a n E Wa r n i E r i n L O u i s v u i t t O n spring 2012 / first viEW


ChiC Feet Enough with practicality— the minute the weather allows you to bare your toesies, well, you must do so with gusto! Prada’s splendid heels were literally bursting into flames, and yours should do the same, in spirit. These are the shoes to dream about!


$745

$495

Jimmy Choo, 716 Madison Ave., (212) 759-7078

Pierre Hardy, MyTheresa.com

$1,250

$1,450

Marc by Marc Jacobs, My-Wardrobe.com

$229

$140

Nicholas Kirkwood, Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-7300

$460.63

Prada, Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-7300

Dolce Vita, 149 Ludlow St., (212) 529-2111

Nine West, 675 Fifth Ave., (212) 319-6893

$995

YSL, 3 E. 57th St., (212) 980-2970

$70

$950

$98

H&M, 435 Seventh Ave., (212) 643-6955

Charlotte Olympia, Neiman Marcus, 503 Garden State Plaza, NJ, (201) 291-1920

Vince Camuto, 87 E. 42nd St., (646) 588-4444

$2,140

Giuseppe Zanotti, 806 Madison Ave., (212) 650-0455

$152.99

Michael Antonio, Zappos.com

$895

Oscar de la Renta, Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-7300

$2,195

$358

Carlos Falchi Neiman Marcus, 503 Garden State Plaza, NJ, (201) 291-1920

$350

Loeffler Randall, Bloomingdale’s, 1000 Third Ave., (212) 705-2000

J.Crew, 91 Fifth Ave., (212) 255-4848

$990

Miu Miu, 100 Prince St., (212) 334-5156

$395

Stuart Weitzman, 2151 Broadway, (212) 873-0983

$725

Balenciaga, FarFetch.com or Neiman Marcus

firstview


ChiC Gold

Wondering how to style your baubles this season? Don’t think, just layer. Surely inspired by Karl Lagerfeld’s look at Chanel, designers have dug up the most gorgeous gilt pieces imaginable.

fa s h i o n w e e k d a i l y. c o m

Chanel


Cuffs

$315

$290

Hervé Van der Straeten, Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-7300

Devon Leigh, Neiman Marcus, Short Hills, (973) 912-0080

$575

$65

$102

R.J. Graziano, Bloomingdale’s, 1000 Third Ave., (212) 705-2000

Pamela Love, Neiman Marcus, Short Hills, (973) 912-0080

Mettle, ShopBop.com

earrings $48

$38

$265

$70

Kate Spade, 135 Fifth Ave., (212) 358-0420

Jenny Bird, Endless.com

Fucci House, Bird,

203 Grand St., (718) 388-1655

$85

Juicy Couture, Lord & Taylor, 424 Fifth Ave., (212) 391-3344

Giles & Brother by Philip Crangi, Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-7300

necklaces ecklaces

$265

$375

Fallon, Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900

Alexis Bittar, 353 Bleecker St., (212) 727-1093

$24

Urban Outfitters, UrbanOutfitters.com

$325

$1,150

Oscar de la Renta, Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-7300

Sachin + Babi, Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-7300

Rings $25

The Limited,

TheLimited.com

$38

Kenneth Cole, Piperlime.com

$80

Kenneth Jay Lane, Net-A-Porter.com

$311

Versace, LuisaViaRoma. com

$154

CC Skye, ShopBop.com

M O D E L : Da p h n E g r O E n E v E L D I n c h a n E L p r E- Fa L L 2 0 1 2 /c O U r T E S Y c h a n E L


Chic

the eyes!

the skin! Sun-kissed, but just a touch!

FACE

Lancôme Star Bronzer in Suntan, $35, at Macy’s, 151 West 34th St., (212) 695-4400

Start with sixties-inspired liquid liner.

Your Spring

Beaut BeautY look o ok

Sephora in Black, $11, at Sephora, call (877) 737-4672 for store locations

the lips! Long-lasting berry, with a chic shine. Maybelline New York Super Stay 14 Lipstick in Eternal Rose, $9, CVS, 215 Park Ave. South, (646) 602-8237

Why struggle with tricky new techniques when the sweet and natural look seen in Blumarine’s Spring runway show was so spot-on chic—and easy to achieve at home?

the nails!

Adieu, red— orange is Spring’s hautest shade. Essie nail polish in Meet Me at Sunset, $8, Duane Reade, 1270 Broadway, (212) 560-9811

the eyes! Pump up the drama with shimmery pink and plum shades. Dior Beauté palette in Extase Pinks, $59, Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave., (877) 551-7257

the cheeks!

A rosy flush that will last all day long. Urban Decay in Crush, $24, at Sephora, call (877) 737-4672 for store locations

model: magdalena frackowiak in blumarine spring 2012/ firstview


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Makeup artistry by Charlotte Willer. © 2012 Maybelline LLC.

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