Alexander Wang's metallic cat eye glasses, Miuccia Prada's candy-colored transparent frames, and Donatella Versace's pink ombre wrap arounds were some of the best sun-blockers to hit the spring runways. Click the gallery below for more favorite styles from Proenza Schouler, Dries Van Noten, Derek Lam, Phillip Lim and Marni's Consuelo Castiglioni.
Posts for October 15th 2009
The fall collections had us seeing spots last March when Isabel Marant sent Erin Wasson down the runway in a leopard print mini dress and cropped black blazer. Just a few months later, Marant's faux leopard fur jacket—worn by Raquel Zimmermann in Paris— was sold-out as quickly as it was sent to stores. If you missed out on the first deliveries, not to worry—Topshop, Christopher Kane, Alexander Wang, and Christian Louboutin all offer killer leopard looks.
Natalia Vodianova models her latest collection of lingerie, co-designed with French intimates brand Etam.
CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalist, George Esquivel, on designing custom footwear for "rock royalty."
The ladies go crazy for Jason Wu in Hong Kong.
In a commission by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, PierPaolo Ferrari photographed Linda Evangelista for W magazine's annual art issues. Styled by Camilla Nickerson, Evangelista wears sweat-stained Rena Lange while backed into a corner, plays with chickens in Valentino Haute Couture, crawls through a cardboard wall on all fours in Carolina Herrera, and has a religious moment in Chanel.
In an interview with W's editors' blog, Evangelista said of the aforementioned chicken sitting, "We were working around the chickens, not me. The chickens go to sleep at dusk—so they said, 'If you don't hurry up, we're going to lose them!' There are moments in your life when you say, How did I get here? And it happened to me in that moment."
View more images from November W in the gallery below.
Source: PierPaolo Ferrari/W