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LUXURY Who’s Showing! Who’s Talking! Who’s Buzzing Right Now!
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COTERIE NEWBIES YOU NEED TO KNOW!
Nili Lotan Booth: 2821, Level 3 Pam & Gela Booth: 1904, Level 3 Anveglosa Booth: 3032, Level 3 Khoon Hooi Booth: 4632, Level 3 Lorena Saravia Booth: 4533, Level 3 Badgley Mischka Outerwear Booth: 1823, Level 3 Valentino Scarves Booth: 3625, Level 3 Rodebjer Booth: 4130, Level 3 Frock + Frill Booth: 11504, Level 1
With Sarah Pacini’s artistic director, Naila Jaffer
What’s the inspiration this season? Istanbul! It’s a bridge between East and West, where mystery, flamboyance and splendor are one. If you had to wear one accessory forever, what would it be? A glittering ring to light a brilliant fire, both day and night! What are three Fall must-haves? Simple, textured knits, satin, and a handbag to complete the look.
BUYER BANTER With Shopbop’s senior buyer, Alana Goldsmith Brown How do you know when something is a trend? Each season, there are styles the Shopbop girl will be excited to wear. It’s fun when we can’t keep those styles in stock. What’s the best part of the trade shows? Making sure I see every single booth at a show! Got any trade show rituals? I like to sit on the floor in my favorite booths, surrounded by samples. F ASSHHI O IO W I Y. L YC. O CO FA NNW EE EE KK DD AA IL MM
Khoon Hooi Booth: 4632 ROLO & ALE Booth: 4742
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Welcome back to Coterie, darlings! A few key morsels to help you hit the trade show floor running… ☛ Need a pick-me-up? How about a cappuccino in the morning and a glass of champagne in the afternoon? Get your gratis java and bubbly daily on Level 1. ☛ At ROLO & ALE (Booth: 4742, Level 3) designer Rolando Santana is offering up a trio of Zoya nail polishes to buyers. The color palette of lacquers coordinates with ROLO & ALE’s Fall hues: Black matte, sparkly black, and a pale yellow. ☛ Karmic kick! 810 Showroom (Booth: 6336, Level 3) has a “Spread the Love” program that will donate $1 for every show order over $1,000 to Hunger Fight. Each dollar will provide four meals to fight hunger in North Florida. Stop by today at 4 p.m. for champers and cupcakes. Giving back has never tasted so sweet! ☛
CHIC JOURNEYS With Marchesa Voyage’s Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman BOOTH: 4113, LEVEL 3
What’s the scoop on Marchesa Voyage? Georgina Chapman: We’ve always wanted Marchesa to be a full lifestyle brand. The next natural step was to design a contemporary collection! Keren Craig: Voyage is effortless, romantic, and eclectic, with a big focus on custom prints. It’s Marchesa for everyday! What are the latest looks like? GC: Fall’s concept is an evening storm in the tropics. KC: There are patterned jacquards and richly saturated turquoises and acid yellows.
With Nonoo’s designer, Misha Nonoo
Managing Editor Tangie Silva Features Editor Alexandra Ilyashov Fashion News Editor Paige Reddinger Writer Reporters Dena Silver, Julie Zigos Art Director Teresa Platt Contributing Photographer Giorgio Niro Contributing Photo Editors Jessica Athanasiou-Piork, Shane Cisneros Contributing Copy Editor Annette Deinzer Imaging Director George Maier Contributing Imaging Assistant Mihai Simion President, Publisher Paul Turcotte Trade Publications Director Charles Garone Advertising Director Hannah Sinclair Account Directors Chloe Worden Marketing Manager Kelly Carr Sales & Marketing Coordinator Sabrina Fares Digital Director Daniel Chivu Manufacturing Operations Michael Esposito Jan Borowicz
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BOOTH: 2720, LEVEL 3
Your blond locks are gorge! Does anyone envy your tresses? God only knows! My puppy tries to eat my hair when she’s feeling naughty or playful. Whose hair do you covet? Poppy Delevingne’s! You’re a Brit. Do you have tons of raincoats and wellies? Yeah! Everyone in London has a Burberry trench coat. It’s not so much of a luxury item as it is a wardrobe necessity.
ON THE COVER: Anmari Botha in J.Mendel Fall 2014 Collection photographed by FirstView
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WRAP STAR! With Diane von Furstenberg BOOTH: 2207, LEVEL 3
Can you believe your wrap dress is 40? It’s crazy! I completely took that dress for granted. Even though it paid all my bills, bought my house, paid for my children’s education, made me famous, and put me on the cover of Newsweek. Sometimes I even resented it. When did you start embracing the wrap? Last year, I decided to honor it. I never thought I made a fashion statement. Its timelessness is incredible.
SUGAR RUSH With Scoop’s VP and GMM of women’s, Heidi Hoelzer
What’s your favorite part of the trade show grind? Finding a new collection or brand that has Scoop written all over it. Got any showgoing rituals? Lots of coffee and candy. What’s your ideal show day? Saying hello to everyone! I have a hit list of brands to catch up with.
Diane von Furstenberg Fall ’14
PLAYING FAVORITES With Hunter Bell
BOOTH: 5520, LEVEL 3 Fave veggie: Corn on the cob. Fave show tune: “Defying Gravity” from Wicked. Fave workout: Flywheel
Fave street: Irving Place Fave bread: I’m gluten free! Illicit crush: Ryan Gosling
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SCENE Love soft T- shirts but bored with basic hues? Timo Weiland has a remedy! The New York-based Weiland team joined forces with L.A.-based with Three Dots to present a bi-coastal collab. The shirts, debuting at Coterie, sport dark floral print (above). Swing by Booth 6704 to check out the start of a beautiful partnership. ☛ Pattern afficionados, take note! According to Denia Guemri, owner of Den Luxury Group (Booth: 3326, Level 3), “Missoni capes are hot!” The showroom has recently introduced the caps in a slew of hues. Also of note, according to Guemri: A lot of vintage Gianni Versace-era prints are being re-introduced to the public, which is very exciting.” Indeed! ☛ Family first! Signal Products’ CEO and co-owner, Jason Rimokh, (Booth: 3440, Level 3) joined the showroom, which reps Trina Turk, Splendid, and Ella Moss, just a year after his father founded the company in 1992. ”My family motivates me to do my best. It’s what our company is about!” Rimokh said. No surprise, then, that Rimokh never travels without a snapshot of his quartet of kids. Aww alert! ☛
TOUGH COOKIE With Jill Stuart BOOTH: 1620, LEVEL 3
What did you have in mind when designing your Fall collection? It’s about a girl with an attitude, who’s massively unpredictable. She handpicks her clothes on instinct. She’s the girl of today! It’s boyishly poetic. What are your favorites from the collection? The embroidered dresses, long skirts, and layering pieces. How hands-on do you get when designing? I do a lot of work in the mills in Italy, developing fabrics.
BLACK IS THE NEW BLACK With Frame Denim’s co-founders, Jens Grede and Erik Torstensson BOOTH: 4907, LEVEL 3 What’s happening for Fall? Jens Grede: This season’s theme is back to black. It’s a dressy, sophisticated aesthetic. Erik Torstensson: Most people we know wear black-on-black-on-black. It’s the fashion uniform—and it’s our uniform! You paired with Karlie Kloss on superlong jeans. How are they selling? ET: Really well! Working with her wasn’t a gimmick: We created something that girls like Karlie actually need.
JUGGLING IT ALL With Kate Spade New York’s president and creative director, Deborah Lloyd BOOTH: 2220, LEVEL 3
What’s your typical day? My life is like a jigsaw puzzle. Nothing ever happens in the right order, but I love it. In order to stay creative I can’t work 24 hours a day. I’m in at half past 8 a.m. and I leave around 7 p.m., but I fiercely protect my weekends, because it’s my time to think. How do you de-stress? All I need to do is walk through my front door in Brooklyn! I’ve got two crazy standard Schnauzers that wag their tails and are so happy to see me. My amazing husband is a huge support. Kate Spade New York just turned 20. What do the next two decades hold? The sky’s the limit, really. The possibilities are endless! F ASSHHI O IO W I Y. L YC. O CO FA NNW EE EE KK DD AA IL MM
Kate Spade New York Fall ’14
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ZYNNI CASHMERE Qing Hua, Designer & Founder Booth: 9822, Level 1 Tell us about Zynni Zynni. Zynni Cashmere is a luxury readyto-wear label made of 100 percent cashmere. It's for the working woman who loves natural elegance and understated glamour. Were you always planning to go into cashmere design? Before I went to London College of Fashion to study knitwear design, I studied and practiced six years of Chinese classical and contemporary dance. Where is your favorite place to wear cashmere? On an airplane!
RAMY BROOK Ramy Sharp, President and Founder, Booth: 1507, Level: 3 What colors were you drawn to this time around? When I think of fall, the colors I like to wear are black and gray. In order to brighten up the darker color palette I'm adding in pop colors such as red, pinks and electric blue. Why did you decide to start designing handbags this season? Handbags are a great accessory to complete a look. My wardrobe was missing a fashionable, fun, yet practical bag so it was time to develop that. What else is new for your brand? Fall 2014 is very exciting for Ramy Brook. In addition to the fabulous bag collection, we're launching a capsule jewelry collection of necklace and bracelets. On the ready-to-wear side, we’re bringing in lots of texture with lace, furs, and leather. In the summer you can always be spotted in the Hamptons, do you spend any time there in the winter? I love the Hamptons in the winter. Nothing beats hanging by the fire with a good book.
INDIGENOUS Britta Reynolds, Designer Booth: 1945, Level 1 What's the gist of your new collection? Fall 2014 is full of featherweight alpaca and organic cotton sweaters in stone and granite mélange color yarns. There are also nomadic sweaters, ponchos, and scarves in soft, bouncy, chunky knits. Boiled-wool alpaca jackets are convertible and plated color sweaters are reversible. How often do you get to travel to see your pieces being made? Our production team heads to South America once a quarter. I don’t have to travel as often as that, but each time I have the experience of working with our artisan partners, it always fills me with renewed purpose and passion. Do you have a Coterie BFF? I especially look forward to seeing Paul and Noel from Zero on Main, and Molly McKee from Whole Earth Provision. ALL PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE DESIGNERS
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WHO’S Showing PLANET Lauren Grossman, Owner & President Booth: 9720, Level 1 What’s trending on your Planet? The trend this season incorporates a menswear influence as well as bold color statements against charcoals and blacks, with mod pops of stark white. What scents pair well with your collection? Clean, woodsy scents. Especially ones that are light and fresh. We like scents that make a statement but don’t overpower the clothing or the individual. Do you have a Coterie BFF? Andy Bazelle! There hasn’t been a Coterie show where he hasn’t supplied my entire staff with gourmet cookies and candies. What was your greatest Coterie success? Our Spring collection launched this past September at Coterie and broke all company records. It’s a phenomenal way to start a season!
SACHIN + BABI Babi Ahluwalia, Designer & Creative Director Booth: 3813, Level 3 Tell us about your collection. We refer to Fall 2014 as sublime facets. Fall is one of my favorite seasons since we are able to use rich and heavy fabrics that work for layering. What colors were you drawn to for this collection? Duskier colors like scarlet red, black, and metallic, many with leather textures. What was your first collection like? Our first collection was Resort. We used washed indigos and white tones. Looking back, we've grown so rapidly as a brand and as designers. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M
EMMELLE Mi Jong Lee, Creative Director & Founder Booth: 320, Level 4 Tell us about your Fall 2014 collection! It’s all about luxury fabrics on sculptural shapes. What colors were you drawn to this season? Accents of deep red on foundations of black and gray. Let’s talk lunch! Where do you usually eat? At the booth. I take bites between buyer appointments. What's your favorite city for shopping? I’m not a big shopper, but I do love Paris.
RAW+ Ryuichiro Shimazaki and Hisako Sato, Designers, Booth: 4534, Level: 3 Any goals for your first season at Coterie? We would like to introduce our innovation to all buyers who are creativity-conscious. The concept of Raw+ is to add something new to raw materials, like our new goat leather, which is double-side tanned, super thin and ultra-light leather What’s the most surprising part of your collection? We want to give you a break from conventional leather clothes that are stiff and heavy. You’d be surprised at our jacket’s thinness and lightness. Who is the Raw+ girl? Our clothes are for all ladies who are intellectual, sophisticated and know how to live their own life. Favorite beauty product? NUXE and Annick Goutal.
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Amour Vert is the eco-fashion company that puts fashion first. For every purchase of an Amour Vert t-shirt we will plant a tree in America. Our partner, American Forests速, has been a leader in protecting and restoring forests since 1875. This program allows us to directly give back to the environment and to future generations. Visit our photo booth on level 3 and we will plant a tree on your behalf. Our goal: Plant 100,000 trees by 2016. Get involved. To become a stockist visit booth #6326 on level 3 www.amourvert.com
DANIEL RAINN Daniel Norzagaray, Design & Creative Director, Booth: 2940, Level 3 What colors were you drawn to for Fall? I can’t stop obsessing over what I call tandoori. It’s a rusty, reddish, washed-out clay color with a hint of vibrant coral coming through. It’s flattering on nearly everyone. You live in Silver Lake. Would you say it's more hipster than Brooklyn? Absolutely not! You can’t get more hipster than Brooklyn. How does L.A. influence your designs? California girls have always demanded versatility in their wardrobes, so giving them the ability to get dressed for work in the morning and meet their friends out after work without going home to change is the core of what we do.
Suzi Roher, Designer & President Booth: 3622, Level 3 Give us the details on Fall, please! I went back to my roots and made a lot of belts with metal. That’s what we're famous for, after all! What exclusive items can we expect from you at the show? Take a look at our oversized zipper belt and our multiple-strand studded belt. What colors were you drawn to for the collection? Besides black, I always do color themes. Right now, I love the greens, dark reds, and rusts. I also bought in a lot of distressed textured metallics. Where do you get your fashion news from? Mostly in Paris and Milan, the shops, the street, and the shows I attend. European magazines are also fun to tune in to: French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, and English, they all reflect a different view of fashion.
Tanya Spivey, EVP Design Booth: 6020, Level 3 What was the Fall inspiration? The inspiration stems from the empowered woman conquering this urban jungle—think Planet of the Apes meets Game of Thrones! What exclusive collabs can we look forward to this season? A more extensive look into Andrew Marc x Richard Chai, including pieces that were styled for the runway, with an emphasis on sportswear styles and heritage outerwear. How many coats do you have hanging in your closet at the moment? My closets at home and at work are full, and I have three rolling racks in storage full of coats! The last movie you enjoyed? I recently saw American Hustle. Don’t be surprised to see lots of ’70s inspiration in the near future!
SIWY Jen Neumeister, Creative Director & Head Designer Booth: 6214, Level 3 What colors were you drawn to this season? Fifty shades of indigo, dark cherry, and faded army green. Of all the features that make denim what it is, which is the most important? The yarn-dyed twill that allows for character to be born and aged over time. Where’s the most formal place you’ve ever worn denim? I wore denim to my last job interview! What shoes pair best with this season’s denim? Combat boots or very shallow stilettos that expose some toe cleavage. Which people in history seriously rocked their jeans? James Dean, Marilyn Monroe, and Kate Moss. What’s your slogan? Perfectly imperfect. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M
MYSTIQUE Danielle Levy, Sales and Marketing Booth: 6620, Level 3 How do your sandals stand out from other shoes? Our sandals are all handmade using 100 percent leather soles and uppers. We also use the best quality of glass stones and Czech crystals. Where does the name of the brand come from? Mystique got its name from the mystical island of Bali. Where do your sandals feel most at home? Our sandals feel right everywhere! They can be worn on the beach or out on the town for a day of shopping. Last season you told us about your home collection. How’s that going? It’s doing well! Every piece is made with love, and we keep our collection unique and one-of-a-kind.
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