- And neither of them cost more than $5 — AnotherMag
- The best pieces from Farfetch's vintage Gaultier sale — WSJ
- Men, it's time you start wearing pajamas again — GQ
- You won't want to throw out these trash bags — NYTimes
- Miss Universe is in trouble over a photo shoot — Telegraph
- Hermès is debuting a line of carbon bikes — WWD
- Baublebar launched a wedding eboutique — R29
- 30 bags that look really expensive (but aren't!) — Fashionista
- This is what happened when Amanda Brooks made jam — Vogue UK
Fashion Week (make that Fashion Month!) is finally a wrap, and it was back to business as usual for the most stylish stars. While in LA, Alessandra Ambrosio and Rachel Zoe brought the whole gang out for the kid-packed Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, models like Cara Delevingne and Linda Evangelista stuck to a more sophisticated crowd at Rio's amfAR Gala, and so did partygoers feting the Hammer Museum.
Back in France, Ralph Lauren brought a royal crowd out for the label's private Les Beaux-Arts de Paris dinner. Get a look at all the stylish parties attended, here in the gallery.
Soon you may be able to if designer Giles Deacon and Procter & Gamble Co. — the makers of Tide, Downy, Gain, and Bounce — have their way. According to WWD, the two are teaming up to develop fabrics that won't only look good coming down the catwalk but will also look fabulous after the rinse cycle. "I'm interested in designs that work on the catwalk but also beyond the catwalk," Deacon said. "They must be able to last and maintain their best."
The designer, who creates very dry-clean-only garments (like the one pictured above), is an innovative choice as P&G Fabric Care's first global fashion consultant. As the company's general manager Alex Keith explained, "Giles is ultimately going to help us with his experience and industry insights as we think about our innovation program and where we want to place our bets on new fabrics, new fibers and the ability to clean some of the smart fabrics. We will use him as a consultant to better understand the industry." So, if successful, would you trust machine-washable clothes?
As the months change from Summer to Fall, our favorite fashion insiders are bundling up and stepping out to celebrate the season. Donning rich autumnal hues in New York, Paris, and even sunny California, Eva Chen, Rebecca Minkoff, and Giovanna Battaglia haven't lost an ounce of style with the descending temperatures. Click through to see this week's best shots, and don't forget to keep up with our editors by following us at popsugarfashion!
Although a report from Luxury Society claiming that Ghesquière had landed the job was picked up far and wide on Thursday, the house's spokespersons denied the rumor to other publications. The company told both Style.com and The Financial Times, "No official decision has been made." Ghesquière, however, is still thought to be a front-runner for the position.
Since Ghesquière left the brand, the fashion community has waited to see what his next move might be. Karl Lagerfeld said it would be a good idea for him to start his own brand, and Grace Coddington just didn't want him to leave fashion permanently.
"Hopefully Nicolas won't just give up and walk away," she said. "He's too good, too strong, too brilliant, too passionate."
Hard as it is to believe, beauties Poppy Delevingne, Karlie Kloss, and Caroline Issa have loved and lost — those losses, however, were all of the fashion variety. In a new video series from Moda Operandi and St. Regis Hotels & Resorts titled "The One That Got Away," Poppy, Karlie, and Caroline join Leandra Medine, Anna Dello Russo, and Giovanna Battaglia to talk love at first sight and lament their biggest designer regrets. So, what clothing keeps this set up at night? For Poppy, it's a celestial Chanel Resort 2012 gown, for Leandra, a peplum dress made her decide between purchasing and paying rent. And for lucky Anna, "It doesn't happen to me. Never. I missed so many boyfriends but not outfits." Scroll through their romantic stories as you imagine your one that got away.
- What he says may surprise you — Vanity Fair
- The shoes you shouldn't be wearing — HuffPost Style
- British retailer Whistles to launch menswear — Telegraph
- Karl Lagerfeld knows how to give a good birthday gift — Fashionista
- Jump for joy! The Happy Socks campaign is here — Racked
- A deadly fire in a Bangladesh factory has broken out — BBC
- Net-a-Porter could be up for sale — WWD
- Meanwhile, the CEO of Saks is joining JCPenney's board of directors — BoF
- Saks Fifth Avenue is opening up a restaurant — Page Six