>> A classic trench never goes out of style. Here, 18 ways to wear yours — as illustrated by some of our favorite fashion insiders and super-chic celebrities. Whether paired with leather leggings à la Anja Rubik or made of leather like Julia Restoin-Roitfeld's, these Fall-perfect trench looks are the perfect way to ease into the season. Click through to see — and shop — them all.
Posts for October 10th 2011
>> Who walked 73 shows this Fashion Month while still finding the energy to play guitar backstage? Who skipped London Fashion Week this season and still managed to land among the top catwalkers this season? See which models were most in demand for Spring 2012 in the slideshow.
Photos by Greg Kessler
>> In effort to reduce its reliance on advertising, Conde Nast is expected to announce the creation of a full-fledged entertainment division today, The New York Times reports. "Developing television and online programming based on Conde Nast personalities, articles, and general brands is the first priority, although movies are also a focus." Dawn Ostroff, who stepped down as president of The CW earlier this year and has helped develop shows like Gossip Girl and America’s Next Top Model, will be running Conde Nast Entertainment. Perhaps this development has something to do with why Andre Leon Talley recently left Top Model. [NY Times]
>> In a month or so, Versace's H&M collection will hit stores. We've gotten a glimpse of the goods, which will be paraded in full on Nov. 8 during a runway show in New York. Now, the campaign has started popping up, featuring Versace favorites Daphne Groeneveld, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Lindsey Wixson, and Sasha Pivovarova — all blonde — styled by Joe McKenna and photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
>> Less than a week after her Spring 2012 show, and a few days after her second 40th birthday celebration, Stella McCartney dressed the wedding party for her father's wedding to Nancy Shevell over the weekend.
McCartney put Shevell in a “simple and understated, off-white dress to the knee,” according to the designer's spokesman, with covered buttons at the bodice and cuffs, while she dressed her father in a bespoke navy suit. Her children, nieces, and nephews all wore Stella McCartney Kids for the occasion.
The couple married at Marylebone Register Office yesterday and held a reception at their St. John's Wood home for about 30 guests, including Kate Moss, Sam Taylor-Wood, Josephine de la Baume, and Mark Ronson. Stella also helped concoct the three-course vegetarian feast the guests were served.