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Carol Alt, Dennis Basso, and Stephanie Seymour Brant

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What’s your theme this season? New York City girl! Everybody wants to be one, no matter where she’s from. Love your front row! We’re all friends. We’ve known each other for a zillion years. [Stephanie Seymour Brant] and I were in St. Moritz— how fabulous is that?—and I said, “Come to my show!” Carol [Alt] is a good friend, and I said, “Come down the runway!” What brings you back to this venue? We’ve been here so many times. It feels like home. I know where the secret bathroom is!

What did it feel like to wake up today and not have a show to worry about? I’m in heaven! It’s going to be beautiful. What’s a typical day like for you now? Why do you want to know what I’m going to do? [Laughs] Doing nothing! Do you sleep in? I always sleep late! [Laughs] Sounds like you’re really enjoying life! I’ve always been enjoying my life!

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With Carol Alt

SHOES WE LOVE! With Lena Erziak

How did you get your start in shoe design? It all started like a dream and a vision that we wanted to share with the world. We traveled and worked closely with the best craftsmen in Italy; they have centuries of shoe-making history as heritage. What’s your aesthetic? We are sophisticated with an edge. I am a woman designing for women—I want ladies to feel sexy, strong, and beautiful when they wear our shoes. Where are they sold? In order to be able to maintain amazing prices, we had to be a directto-consumer brand. In the U.S., we’re exclusively at Le Board in NYC.

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RUNWAY MEMORIES!

What was it like to close the show? I felt a lot of nostalgia. There’s nothing like it. And you never know when the moment is going to come again. You were smiling out there! I can’t help it! Advice for aspiring models? It’s not going to be forever. One minute, you’re 20. The next, you’re 60! You’re only 58! What’s your secret? Raw food. I don’t deny it. It’s work at this age!

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LOVE FEST!

With Wes Gordon Lindsay Ellingson: It’s really nice to be friends with your ex. That’s never happened for me, but I’m happy for them! Karolina Kurkova: If they’re friends, good for them! As long as they’re happy! I don’t get involved. Glenda Bailey: Good for him. He knows a good thing. Life’s too short. You should just enjoy the relationships and be happy and positive for people in their celebrations. Elaine Welteroth: Are we still talking about Jen and Brad? Oh, my God— who cares? [Laughs] Ken Downing: Happy birthday, Jennifer Aniston! I love that! Were they not the cutest couple? They sure would look as great today together as they did then. Nina Agdal: It’s cute! I’m friends with most of my exes, except for a couple. You could probably guess [which ones]!

Selby Drummond: She seems to be living her best life. I’m happy for her. Brad Pitt came? Was he invited? Oh, great. I come from a blended family, so I’m all for everyone being friends. Life is too short. Wes Gordon: Why not? Water under the bridge. Do it! Whatever! Danielle Bernstein: It’s cool that they can be friends. I hope I could be friends with all my exes! George Wayne: [Brad] should have been there! Everybody else was! Devon Windsor: She’s so beautiful—she has looked the same since she was 18 years old. Brad went? No way! I was so young when that was actually happening, but they were both so hot. Cameron Silver: Turning 50 isn’t the end of the world—it’s the beginning of a new one. I’ll have what she’s had! How nice that she and Brad reconnected when she’s jumping into a new stage.

We’ve been following you since the beginning. Does it get easier on show day? You’ve been so sweet, by the way. No—I’m still nervous! You still look like a teenager. [Laughs] I’m not. I’m 32! We love how you love Grace Elizabeth! She’s so beautiful, both inside and out.

TV TIME!

With JOE ZEE Executive producer of Netflix’s 7 Days Out

The Chanel couture episode is incredible. Favorite moments from documenting it? I was there the entire time. I’ve been to countless Chanel shows, and I still learned a tremendous amount. The fact that those ateliers were filled with so many trained, dedicated millennial artisans was the most interesting fact to me. What’s your favorite episode? Aside from Chanel, the NASA episode. Seeing the end of that 20-year Cassini mission was inspiring. I never thought I would tear up over a spacecraft, but I have— every single time I’ve watched that episode, and I have seen it almost 40 times. Will there be another season? We’re discussing it! We love this series so much, but it’s a complex show to do. I have multiple things in development right now—that process can be slow at times, yet exciting—including a big scripted project that I’m pumped about!

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Dennis Basso took to his old haunt—Cipriani 42nd Street—to reveal his latest wares to a front row stocked with superfans (and supermodels). • At the New-York Historical Society, Wes Gordon unleashed another total win for Carolina Herrera—and for Mrs. H, who was clearly reveling in her next act.

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We adore the gorgeous baubles from mother-daughter jewelry brand Toni + Chloë Goutal, which specializes in Edwardian and Victorian crescents and celestial motifs.

Managing Editor Tangie Silva Creative Director Dean Quigley Contributing Editor Alexandra Ilyashov

How did the Cardi B cover come together? It came about because Cardi came to our Icons party. The next day she wrote me a lovely handwritten note, and sent flowers, and she apologized because she was worried that she might have disrupted the beautiful party. I ended up bumping into her at the Dolce & Gabbana show, and I was able to have a chat with her. We wrote to her and suggested our idea, and she was very game—a delight to work with. What does Cardi B’s handwriting look like? Very neat! I still have it. Do you save those notes? MEANWHILE, AT I do, which probably accounts for THE CAFÉ why I have so much storage. I’ve BY PAPYRUS… kept them for a long time. It’s Papyrus’ 14th season at NYFW! I could do an exhibition of those The brand’s café at NYFW: handwritten notes! You write plenty of those yourself. The Shows offered showgoers How many do you send out a week? exclusive sketches and more More than 10? décor previewing Christian Oh, yeah. I have a lot of people to thank! Cowan’s show. It means so much when you can do this in a personal way.

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How do you typically spend your Sundays? Church and then brunch! Where do you go for brunch? I like exploring different restaurants in Brooklyn. I never go to the same places over and over. What’s your food order? French toast! That’s my must have. Do you have a mimosa? I don’t do alcohol. I drink freshly squeezed orange juice. What are you up to these days? I have my own beauty line of nail polish. I have a nonprofit that empowers young girls in Tanzania through education. We supply school supplies and build schools there.

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PRIVATE DINING With Tory Burch at her show

What are your post-show plans? We’re doing our design lunch at Indochine. What do you order? Everything! I love it there. I didn’t realize this, but they open the restaurant for us! I always thought they served lunch, and so I went there once and asked about it, and they said, “We never get up that early!”

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On the cover: Ingo Wilts, chief brand officer of Hugo Boss, with Finnlay Davis (VNY Models) and Felice Noordhoff (Women), photographed by William Jess Laird.

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HEARD ““My boyfriend and I are doing all the things for Valentine’s Day. We started buying flowers at the beginning of February. As soon as February 1st hits, it’s, like, flowers all over the apartment, bows, more diamonds, more pink, more cashmere. It is absolutely safe to say I’m SUNDAY hoarding flowers—and diamonds!” SChED! —Brother Vellies designer With Flaviana Aurora James, at Prabal Matata at Gurung Tory Burch

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IsBack Loyalty, creativity, and a calm, easygoing disposition are just a few of the reasons why Ingo Wilts is such an effective and beloved chief brand officer for Hugo Boss. Just days before the Boss show, the charming creative explains how he rose through the ranks to become one of the biggest players in fashion today. BY EDDIE ROCHE PHOTOGRAPHY BY WILLIAM JESS LAIRD

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New York has always been a perfect fit for us. a lot of inspiration over the past few years came from the city, including this collection.” Tell us about your early years! I grew up in the north of Germany in Leer, close to the Dutch border. I went to school there and left at 18 years old to study fashion design. I studied there, and was the sportswear assistant at Henri Vetter in Amsterdam, after which I joined the Bavarian company Miltenberger as product manager for Daniel Hechter. I started with Hugo Boss in 1997, with some back and forth since then. Have you always been a fashion guy? My uncle worked in fashion as a buyer. My aunt was artistic, and I did a lot of painting with her. She taught me how to paint. When I was younger, I was so happy to go with my uncle to the fashion fair. When I was a kid, it was the biggest thing on earth for me. The rest of our family was in finance, so fashion was a different world. What was your first position when you started at Boss in ’97? Did you ever think you’d end up where you are today? I never even thought I’d be where I’ve ended up now. I started as a product manager for sweaters, leather, shoes, and accessories, and that is still my passion. Maybe because I started with this, I still like it so much. The tailoring part came much later. I was a product manager, and [my responsibilities] got bigger and bigger and bigger. At one point, I was responsible for Boss men’s, shoes, and accessories, and then I left and moved to New York for a few years, and then they called me to become a board member. Why do you think you’ve been so successful at the company? I started at Hugo Boss when I was so young. When you work for a company for 10 years, you create work that you really like, which made it a good fit. The brand is always the top. You can’t do your own thing, but over the years what I liked and what was right for the brand came together. We’ve rethought the women’s line to make it more approachable and closer to the men’s side. You’ve really focused on making the women’s and men’s collections more cohesive. You can make men and women totally different or go the opposite way, but at Boss, we are grounded in tailoring. When I looked into men’s and women collections, I looked there first. It represents where we came from, and it’s good to continue with this direction. What is Boss today? What I always want to hear when somebody talks about Boss is that it’s approachable, sophisticated, and of very good quality. Your show is imminent—what’s your current state of mind? The funny thing is I’m super calm. I start getting nervous when the first model goes on the runway. If

someone would touch me, I would totally freak out. Before any of that, though, I’m super calm. We have so many teams working on the brand—if I’m getting nervous, they will, too! When I was young, I went horseback riding a lot. My stepdad always said that when you get nervous, your horse gets nervous. It’s better to stay really calm and guide the whole team in one direction. Let’s talk about the Fall collection! What will we be seeing at the show? The name of the collection is Boss Curated. The idea came when I was strolling around the galleries in Chelsea. We want to make everything unique. It’s MODEL CITIZENS Felice Noordhoff (Women) and more curated, the best of the Finnlay Davis (VNY Models) in looks best for the brand, and also from the Hugo Boss Fall ’19 collection. more individual and personal for each client. What do you do when you get home from work? Why do you want to be a part of the NYFW calendar? Do you cook? We’ve looked into different cities, but New York has I’m not really a cook. Actually, I can’t cook. I’m very always been a perfect fit for us. A lot of inspiration over simple—avocado and goat cheese could be my dinner. the past few years came from the city, including this How do you want to see Hugo Boss move forward collection. in the future? What’s your favorite part of putting on a show? We’re on a good path right now. Since I returned, we The moment I enter the room at the fitting and see the developed a collection in a modern and sophisticated whole collection and start working with the models. way. We brought the men’s and women’s collections Do you ever take in how big of a production this is? together. Our advertising is consistent right now. We No. We are a huge global brand, and there is so much developed a new store concept. At the moment, we have pressure to do the right thing, but I never take it in. to continue with all these projects and take them to the If I did, I would get nervous. I don’t want to feel the next level. We have to build and be more consistent. It’s pressure. I know all the people who come to New York so important for the consumer. In the past, we’ve gone to work on the show. They’re the people I work with in left, right, and center; now, we are consistent, and we’ll Germany. It’s a normal state of mind. build on top of that. Where do you live? What was your reaction when you got the job? That’s a good question! I spend most of my time in Moving back to Metzingen was a big step. But I was Metzingen, Germany [home of Hugo Boss], but my main happy, because I love the company and the people. We apartment is in Amsterdam, and I also have a place in work so closely together. I was super excited, but I knew I New York. was going to miss Amsterdam. What is Metzingen like? What kind of boss are you? It’s a small town, south of Stuttgart. One part is I give every person their own creative space in our traditional and the other has the most modern places office. If it’s not the way I want it, I might tell them in a that you ever could envision. We can focus on our jobs nice way. In New York, you express yourself differently there, which is a beauty. Most of my head designers than in Europe. I work closely with my team in Europe. If are not from Germany, so we all go traveling all the I don’t like something, they know it in a second. time. I spend a lot of time in London these days. While Any fun post-show plans? you are traveling, you get inspired, which is important, As we say, “After the show is before the [next] show…” especially for the design team. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I LY. C O M

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RunwayReport

BEAUTY trend alert Flyaway ribbed sweaters, oversize menswear, micropleated skirts, and fussy trenches—welcome to Proenza Schouler’s high-concept take on basics. The square-toed boots are a bold move, but given what’s happening in grandpa sneakerland these days, nothing surprises us. Not our all-timefavorite collection from Jack and Laz—when they go wearable, we go wild—but we expect to see some enthusiasm from the PS loyalist.

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Go, Wes! For Fall ’19, Wes Gordon focused first and foremost on color, and the results were dazzling. Silhouette-wise, he’s really hitting his stride, riffing on the house’s signatures—like shirting, suiting, outwear, and prints—to glorious effect. We especially loved his take on the button-up—very new, very now, very covetable. Mrs. H, what a great choice!

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Kaleidoscopic silk dresses! Highlighter-yellow velvet! Metallic chocolate suiting! Sander Lak’s clothes— already sufficiently loud—were further amplified by a runway carpeted in 3 million Swarovski crystals, plus loose stones tossed in the air at the show’s start. Street-style regulars will thrill to it all; more delicate fare, like a wispy, artfully tucked asymmetrical blue day dress, should please subtler types.

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There was a lot going on at Prabal Gurung. The globe-trotting designer mined his recent travels for collection inspo, while a quilted pink jacket, offset with red trim, was utterly New York. There were certainly looks that piqued our interest—especially the patched-together dresses and brocade jackets—but the overall message lacked cohesion.

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Makeup artist Grace Lee was inspired by the ’70s, embracing a tonal, monochromatic look using terra-cotta tones. She added some extra punch with a fiercely defined cat eye.

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Mega red lips are a fall classic for a reason, and they gave extra impact at Rebecca Minkoff ’s show. An energetic berry shade was paired with subtle shimmer on the inner eyes, to fabulous effect.

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Retail Renaissance

LIVING THE DREAM (Clockwise from left) Triple Five’s Don Ghermezian; renderings of the Champagne Bar in The Collections at American Dream, the venue’s luxury focused section; the ultra-sleek, bloom-filled aesthetic for its Flower Court area; its sprawling exterior, lit up at night; and the 16-story Big Snow Indoor Ski & Snow Park.

American Dream, a dazzling retail concept opening in 2019 in New Jersey’s Bergen County is the next-gen mall. Don Ghermezian, president of Triple Five Worldwide, the development firm helming the project, explains why we’ll be crossing the Hudson to shop—and so much more. What excites you about American Dream finally opening this year? Triple Five is creating something completely new and dynamic that’s never been done before, and we’re doing it in one of the world’s most incredible markets. American Dream will redefine the future of retail and entertainment while reshaping the customer experience. We have curated and thoughtfully designed a blend of new-tomarket retail, entertainment, and culinary experiences sure to please both local customers and tourists alike. How did you get involved in this project? As the owners and operators of the two largest shopping and entertainment centers in North America, Mall of America and West Edmonton Mall, we’re experts in our business. I learned firsthand at West Edmonton Mall, where I grew up, and I became involved in the family business at a young age. What’s the secret sauce for elevating the retail model? What my father knew when he opened West Edmonton Mall in the ’80s is that shopping is an activity best complemented with entertainment. This idea culminates in American Dream with 400-plus retailers. Our worldclass entertainment and dining offerings make up 55 percent of the property. Along with impeccable service and convenience, this creates an atmosphere for shopping to really shine. Why did you choose the tri-state area for this venture? American Dream is ideally situated in the best market in the world. Having a local customer base of more than 20 million people, located five miles from NYC—with a built-in tourist base of over 65 million people—American

Dream will offer a place where brands of the future can thrive. Our objective is for our surrounding neighborhood to reap the rewards, and for American Dream to act as a social gathering hub the local community will take pride in. Tell us about the myriad activities available, from skiing to water slides! American Dream will have over 15 major attractions, including North America’s largest fully-enclosed indoor DreamWorks Water Park and Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park; a 16-story Big Snow Indoor Ski & Snow Park; Kidzania; a live Performing Arts Theater; 285-foottall Observation Wheel; luxury movie theaters by CMX; a Sea Life Aquarium; Lego Discovery Center; an NHL-size Ice Rink; and two 18-hole miniature golf attractions. How are you evolving the classic mall food court? We will treat culinary as an attraction. The Dining Room will feature 15 full-service restaurants; Vice Media’s firstever MUNCHIES Food Hall; and a Kosher food court. How did the Vice MUNCHIES Food Hall happen? When we thought about the food hall experience and how to differentiate ourselves from other developers, MUNCHIES immediately came to mind. Instead of partnering with a celebrity chef, which is totally expected, we crossed three rivers and the island of Manhattan to find the ideal partner to collaborate on this first-of-its-kind food hall. The MUNCHIES Food Hall will curate tenant selection and global culinary experiences, while simultaneously creating events, activations, and content not found anywhere else. What exactly are The Collections at American Dream? The Collections is a curated, culturally relevant luxury

retail and lifestyle destination. As a separate and distinct shopping environment, The Collections will feature brands from around the globe, impeccable design, premier services and amenities, plus innovative experiential components. Fashion fans can expect to be wowed! American Dream is designed to be a tourist destination. How are you courting foreign visitors? While we plan for hotels to come on-site, we’re currently active within the travel industry, promoting American Dream globally. International travelers can purchase tickets to our entertainment offerings before arriving in the U.S., and retail packages will let shoppers take advantage of tax-free benefits on clothing and shoes. We’ve also designed and integrated the latest technology throughout every area of the property, touching every aspect of customers’ experiences—from multilingual directories to RFID wristbands, mobile wallets, and enhanced and efficient transportation options—that will be sure to impress, and have visitors talking about us.

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Chances are, you’re already hooked on WelleCo’s celebrated SUPER ELIXIR supplement. Now, the wellness brand introduces a new line of Super Boosters, which address certain issues like libido, hormonal support, gut health, and skin, hair, and nails. We asked David Wilkinson, a formulator of the Super Boosters and a member of WelleCo’s Scientific Council, to give us the scoop. What is your professional background? I have a couple of science degrees—one in pharmacology and one in pharmacy. I’ve worked in various roles across supplement companies, and most recently more exclusively in formulation and creating products. When did you first get into natural medicines? I ended up in science after being a full-time musician for a number of years. It struck me pretty early on that mainstream medicine seemed to have a bias against natural medicines. This felt really odd, as nearly all wellknown medicines are derived originally from plants. I really felt that natural medicine needed more focus from the “scientific establishment,” so I decided to concentrate on this area and was lucky enough to land a job with Australia’s biggest natural medicines consultancy straight out of my first degree. This was 15 years ago, and I’ve stayed in the field ever since. What do you find to be especially innovative about WelleCo? WelleCo comes from a starting point of authentic

wellness. It’s not just about the products, it’s about lifestyle and the choices we make every single day. WelleCo has successfully built a global community of likeminded individuals, which provides strength in itself. What was your initial reaction to Super Elixir? I have to say the first time I tried it, it was a bit of an experience. It is a big shot of greens and plant nutrients that truly tastes green. I take it every morning now, and it’s hard to imagine it tasting any other way. What’s the concept behind the brand’s new Super Boosters? How did you and your team formulate them? Super Boosters was born out of an idea the WelleCo team had to add a “boost” compatible with the SUPER ELIXIR and NOURISHING PLANT PROTEIN. Instead of being applicable for general wellness like the existing products, the Super Boosters are specifically targeted to certain health areas and designed to be used for as long as there’s a need. From the start, Super Boosters were intended to be a new class of product—plant-based and therapeutic—so we pretty much started with a clean slate.

We were careful to honor the plant-based nature of the products wherever possible—even routine vitamins and minerals were sourced from plants. How long did it take you to finalize the products? The project ran for around four months. We took a systematic approach, assessing around 100 ingredients in total. Although it took a lot of focus, the systemic approach paid off big time when it came to drafting the initial formulations. As these are powdered products to be consumed in drinks or food, flavor and dissolvability would play a big part, and some of the plant extracts tasted pretty extreme! So using the knowledge we’d gained on each ingredient, we had a pretty good shot at creating workable trial products. We then refined them until everything was feeling right. What’s your favorite way to consume them? I take them in water—a decent-size glass, around eight ounces. We formulated them to be taken in a whole range of ways, though; some people are mixing Super Boosters in with their daily shot of SUPER ELIXIR or a smoothie. What’s your favorite smoothie recipe? I’m going to have to be honest here—I haven’t made smoothies regularly in a while. I am obsessed with snacking on raw brassicas, like broccoli, kale, and Brussels sprouts. A few years ago I was up in the Yarra Valley, the wine region close to Melbourne, and picked up a bag of the morning’s harvest from a Brussels sprout farm. I thought to myself, “Surely I can eat these like an apple?” I haven’t stopped since, although it does freak some people out!

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What’s the gist of your new company, INSPR? It’s basically a fashion label that partners with up-and-coming creatives to design their own apparel collections. So far, we’ve done three collaborations, with Natalie Suarez, Brittany Xavier, and Tezza Barton. We’re essentially a blank canvas to let people create and curate their own collections through our brand. We look at what’s happening [in fashion], and then we look at the creator landscape to figure out who fits that story or trend. With Natalie, we really wanted to do something for fall with a romantic prairie feel, so we reached out to her and said, “Hey, this is a trend that we’re seeing. What does it look through your eyes?” She came back with a modern romantic concept, totally different from what we’d been thinking—much cleaner and with more modern silhouettes, prints, and colors. Rather than florals, she had polka dots; rather than earth tones, beautiful yellow and pink. Any upcoming events in the pipeline? On March 1, we’re co-hosting an interactive experience called “INSPIRED: Beyond the Influence” with 21 Buttons and The Daily, with an inspiring group of influencers and industry professionals in panels and workshops focused on building and growing your brand. Topics range from: how to juggle your nineto-five, to replacing your nine-to-five, to building partnerships that serve your brand’s point of view. You’ll get a closer look at how people have achieved success, to understand what it really takes, and what that journey might look like for you. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I LY. C O M

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What led to INSPR and 21 Buttons partnering on the Inspire workshop? We first learned about 21 Buttons when we were working with Natalie and thought what they were doing and how they were doing it was so relevant. 21 Buttons is the first fashion social network where people can actually earn money when people purchase by browsing their shoppable feed. What are the biggest mistakes people make when building or monetizing a personal brand? No. 1 is not understanding how to first even define your brand. And then, the biggest thing is not understanding the numbers so you can create a business that’s sustainable. I see this not just with influencers, but with major corporations, too. Why do so many large corporations have these massive structural inefficiencies? They’re always trying to make current structures more efficient, rather than trying to completely reimagine the world they’re in. Then they’re stunned when entrepreneurs with no experience blow things out of the water. Take INSPR: We don’t have a designer. We have a master patternmaker who works with our guest creatives. Other apparel companies would literally have to fire 75 percent of their staff to do what we do. Imagine not having a really fancy photo shoot with an expensive photographer. I think about how much money I used to spend on photo shoots—people really don’t care. They just care that it’s pretty; that it’s engaging. Big corporations are often terrified of failure, and are always about “more, and faster!” People can be so shortsighted. You have to embrace failure, because that’s where you learn the most. Success doesn’t create greatness; failure creates greatness.

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Meet Gaston Calabresi, VP of Marketing, 21 Buttons Why did 21 Buttons decide to partner with INSPR? We knew this opportunity would be perfect for two reasons—we both focus a significant part of our businesses on our influencer communities, and we loved the idea of something that helps our community of influencers in growing their brand presence. What sort of expertise will 21 Buttons be bringing to the event? Our influencers earn revenue from sales made through their content published on the app. We have learned a lot from the influencers on our platform, who’ve grown their revenue incredibly through 21 Buttons. We’ll be bringing those insights and more to the event!

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How did that change your view of the business world? I realized people look for an authentic connection. They don’t want to be marketed to. They want you to tell them the truth; they want to know you’re listening to them, and that you actually do things as a result of those conversations. It became important that anything I did going forward should be truly collaborative.

CHIC VISION (From left) Chantel Waterbury; a collaboration with designer Natalie Suarez (pictured above) resulted in the INSPR-D by Natalie Off Duty line.

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Tell us about your professional background. I climbed the corporate ladder, working for many large retail corporations as a buyer and merchant—at Target, Macy’s, Gap Inc., and, eventually, LVMH. I started seeing this massive shift in sales from in-store to online, and realized retailers really didn’t have a strategy for dealing with this change. So I launched my own brand, Chloe + Isabel, which was based off a direct-to-consumer model and was completely social. All of a sudden, I had people in the middle of nowhere—a town with a population of 5,000—selling $100,000 per year in jewelry, which isn’t something any one department store could have done for a single jewelry brand.


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Fashion forward Pologeorgis is growing its business in the outerwear category. How are you incorporating more fabrics into your Fall collection? We have always been known for our fur garments, and now we’re making a name for ourselves in the outerwear category. It’s exciting to grow our brand in this direction. Our team of designers really did their research and found new sources for fabrics from Italy and Japan. They worked to discover weatherproof fabrics with interesting textures that are both functional and stylish. We have great metallic tweeds that we’re offering combined with fur and shearling. Our luxurious knitted cashmeres are mixed with furs, too—we have a chunky knit zip pullover with fur sleeves. How are materials mixed and matched? A standout for this season and a style that really sums up the feeling of the collection is the deep indigo corduroy shearling-lined jean jacket. It has a lot of attitude, with classic pocket details, riveted buttons, and a furry lining. How do your shearlings factor into the collection? Shearling has really become a touchstone for our collection. In reaction to our clients’ requests, we’re offering reversible shearlings and expanding the collection. Some are given a metallic treatment or made into puffer jackets and parkas. All are super soft and lightweight. We’re also mixing shearling with bonded fabrics for an interesting mix of textures—in fact, we’re really blurring the lines between fur and fabric. Several of the shearlings have a distressed crackle finish, which lends a vintage vibe to the pieces. We offer a ton of color options this season, reaching far beyond the classics. There’s an emphasis on soft tones, such as lemonade, peach, and mango. You’ll also see a focus on blue, including various shades of dusty blue and arctic. Any standout pieces that you’re particularly into? A long, ivory perforated shearling coat. It has an intricate

pattern, made up of tiny pinholes, which add texture but don’t compromise the all-important warmth factor. We’ve added shearling accessories to the collection—our bags and clutches are really popular. We’re introducing hats and mittens this season as well, and you will also find some really exciting multicolored blocked scarves and wraps. We also have a new twist on a classic French beret—we made it in an oversize knitted mink with a lush fox pom-pom. Really chic! The puffer trend is still going strong—what is Pologeorgis’s take on it? Yes, the trend is only getting stronger—it’s a reflection of a more casual approach to dressing. Clients still want to feel the luxury and warmth of fur or shearling on the inside, so we’re offering them lots of options. We’re even giving the puffer treatment to shearlings and tweed garments. We’re quilting minks as well, which make the garments reversible as an added feature. Tweed puffers with metallic and Lurex are a mainstay of the collection. What’s your color story for the season? We’re concentrating on warm hues—spice, nutmegs, and honey gold. All are perfect for fall. We’re also excited about all the shades in the gray family—vapor, steel, and arctic. They’ll definitely get you in the mood for a cold winter! And please give us a sense of your home offerings! Home has become such an important category for us. Each home is a reflection and extension of personal style, and fur brings an element of luxury and warmth. We offer a full line of coyote and fox blankets, which are perfect for a sofa or a bed. We’re making one-of-a-kind intarsia mink blankets and pillows—these are really like pieces of art, and each is made by hand in our New York atelier. On the less serious side, we have also created a decadent but whimsical oversize ivory shearling bean bag! It’s almost big enough to seat two.

Which products are included in your made-tomeasure offerings? We’re continuing with our made-to-measure minks, which have always been a strong element and signature of the Pologeorgis collection. We’re offering multitudes of colors and techniques. Custom is what we do best!

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DANIELA ZELTzER, BRAND MARKETING DIRECTOR Are there any fashion phases you wish you had never gone through? For about five minutes in junior high, I wore clothes backwards, channeling Kris Kross. Oh, boy.

How would you describe your brand’s signature look? Poplin leggings with jersey side panels, The Jetters, in an earthy tone, paired with a deep scoop, brafriendly tank and a lightweight poplin jacket.

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FRANK PRENNTZELL, CHIEF DESIGNER What’s your dream collab?

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I’d like to collaborate with an environmental organization, like 4ocean. It’s important to be aware of how we’re consuming our planet and how to take better care of it.

Any advice for Coterie newbies? Just have fun with it…and bring snacks!

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MELISSA PASSARELLA, CHIEF SALES OFFICER USA What are you excited about this season? The introduction of leather and suede pants, jackets, and skirts! We’re not just about knitwear anymore.

Any post-Coterie recovery plans? There will definitely be self-care involved: face masks, pedicures, a yoga class, and maybe a visit to HigherDOSE!

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EVE BENDER, VP of SALES FOR 5M USA What’s your brand’s vision, and is there a hallmark style? Authentic, impeccable, luxurious handbags. The Luana signature is a modern constructed top-handle satchel, like this season’s Renata and Tasha.

Any post-Coterie recovery plans? A solid workout at the gym or a 50-mile bike ride, weather permitting, the weekend after Coterie!

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LEIGH MOOSE, FOUNDER & CREATOR What’s your brand’s signature look? Approachable. Inclusive. Bold.

What does your morning routine look like? Coffee; my pug, Stella; aromatherapy, kiss my guy on the cheek; e-mails; and go—oh, and then more coffee. I’m a coffee junkie. Beck bags FA S H I O N W E E K D A I LY. C O M

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EVE BENDER, VP of SALES FOR 5M USA What’s the brand’s M.O.? The functionality with each handbag. They’re designed from the inside out.

What are you excited about this season? There are three unique groups, with different hardware and materials.

What do you crave most while at Coterie? Chewy ginger candies. They perk up your mind and mouth!

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JORDAN TSABAG, EVP Where do you find design inspiration? Traveling, mostly, wherever I can go! From Europe to Asia; South America to the Middle East. Everywhere, I find amazing architecture and a mix of old and new.

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What makes for a great Coterie booth? The best booths are simplistic in design: spacious, clean-looking, contemporary, and not too cluttered.

Are there any fashion phases you wish you had never gone through? Early 2000s style—shirts with glitter and skulls, baggy jeans, and trucker hats. Ugh!

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CHRISTOPHER BELT, DESIGNER What inspires your brand? Art, art, art! Also, Seoul, traditional Korean architecture, machinery, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and anything vintage.

What snacks do you crave at your booth? What I crave and what I eat are two different things. I keep protein bars, almonds, and apples available for everyone. For those feeling naughty, I’m serving Citarella black and white cookies, and good ol’ Nestle Toll House cookies.

Do you have any fun summer plans? planet by lauren g

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I’m looking forward to Porsche Fashion Week in the Coachella Valley; May will be spent in Rome, Milan, Florence, and Paris talking to buyers. Finally, what I’m looking forward to most is my tour of the U.K. My last stop is in Edinburgh, where I’ll see the Spice Girls on my birthday!

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EVELYN RIDDLE, CREATIVE DIRECTOR & FOUNDER What is Capote known for? Capote offers coziness and comfort that’s also grand and luxurious, with faux fur trims, which look and feel so real!

What’s new this season? We’ve sourced magnificent new faux furs—leopard prints, silver fox, ombre effect chinchilla, and mink.

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LAUREN GROSSMAN, OWNER & DESIGNER What are you excited about this season? Our new scuba fabric. It’s amazing—minimal, washable, and comfortable.

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Who’s your dream collaborator? Donna Karan. I read her book, My Journey, and I was shaking when I read her concept of the seven easy pieces. It is exactly what Planet’s philosophy of dressing has been for 20 years.

What advice would you give a Coterie newbie? Be prepared and know your product inside and out. Knowledge is power. capote

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FLACKFiles OUR ANONYMOUS PUBLICIST HAS RETURNED WITH A MESSAGE FOR ALL YOU INFLUENCERS… “During NYFW, we air-kiss our enemies with Markle-like sincerity, swan around in torturous footwear, and generally hate on life. Why do we subject ourselves to this trash can fire instead of avoiding it like the Fyre Festival? All for the Instagram content, darling. That’s why! Take this pop quiz to see where you rank on the social media totem pole.”

The Devil tagGED Prada! 2. A brand has offered to dress you for its show. You…

A. Make an appointment, but skip it because it was “golden hour” outside of the showroom. Instead, you pose in front of its door for 2.5 hours with your photographer while a PR assistant slowly loses her mind B. Show up on time, pick out a look, make plans to return it, and deliver coffee to the sweet PR assistant who slept for only 2.5 hours in the past week C. Have your assistant call in the entire collection, keep every piece, refuse to confirm what you’re going to wear, and be maddeningly vague when you’re asked to confirm your attendance

3.Your NYFW prep routine includes…

A. A week of Hungryroot and lathering on the entire St. Tropez product range while posting conspicuous photos of palm trees to imply you’re somewhere tropical B. A liquid diet—mostly booze—and walking instead of Ubering. You also update to the latest version of Facetune C. A month-long Sakara subscription, daily privates at Tracy Anderson, and a weekend on a day bed at the W South Beach

4.You’re invited to an exclusive dinner thrown by a reputable media outlet. You’ve been told that the list is

comprised of models, designers, and fellow influencers. Your response is…

A. You’ll attend—if you’re paid B. Accept with gratitude C. Demand to know who else is on the guest list so you can decide if you can be bothered to sit amongst the gen pop. When you receive the list, confirm your attendance only if seated next to the most famous person in the room

5.You attend a lavish brand party, where a thoughtful flack has manufactured countless opportunities for you to take great photos and tag the hosting brand. Naturally, you…

A. Allow yourself to be tagged in someone else’s photo, but never tag the brand in your own main page content B. Cooperate graciously C. Refuse to be photographed, but take a thousand photos two blocks from the venue with your gang of friends so everyone knows you were out, but can’t quite identify where you went

6.Your go-to ensemble is…

A. Exposed midriff in subzero temps, accompanied by a filter of Juul smoke, to give you that “mysterious” look B. A new outfit by a new designer that’s repped by your BFF in PR C. Something from your latest “collaboration” with a big box retailer that paid six figures for your “designs.” Does said design look remarkably like an up-and-coming designer’s signature frock you wore eight months ago? Never! It is wholly your creation!

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You’re Emily Charlton—vicious, but not cutthroat enough to make it to Paris. You can sniff out a freebie à la Rosco the Bed Bug Dog, but at the end of the day, you will graciously throw in a tag or two to let us flacks know that your black heart isn’t totally frozen!

Hello there, Andrea Sachs! Human resources certainly has a sense of humor. You’re the heart and soul of what keeps fashion pumping, even if it means you’re the soiled red carpet under the heels of the glamorous. Earnest will be chic again…someday! At least we hope!

Move over, Miranda Priestly, an editrix from the Jurassic period who probably doesn’t even know what Instagram is…you are the shining star of social media. You’re not tagging unless doing so positively impacts your net worth. And when your greedy reputation ultimately gets the best of you, you’ll already have a book deal in the works.

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A. The screen of your cell phone, via the front row seat you swiped last minute B. The standing section. You’re just happy to be a part of it all! C. Ick, fashion shows are such a hassle. They didn’t even offer to pay for you to come. You’ll just take that free Uber and use it to visit a friend in Red Hook during rush hour

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