In the flurry of fashion shows occurring during New York Fashion Week, one major presentation flew entirely under our radar: While we thought his focus was solely on menswear this season, Romeo Hunte returned to the runway with a Spring-Summer ‘19 womenswear on Sept. 9.
Well, well, well ... it’s been real, New York.
Fenty muse Slick Woods hasn’t let pregnancy slow her down, so we weren’t surprised to see the 22-year-old on the runway at Wednesday night’s Savage x Fenty show—though her barely-there outfit certainly defied any traditional ideas of maternity wear.
One of the most star-studded events of September’s New York Fashion Week didn’t feature a runway show. It didn’t need to, since most of the celebrity guests at the U.S. launch of TommyXLewis, Tommy Hilfiger’s collaboration with English racecar driver Lewis Hamilton, arrived wearing pieces of the new collection.
Never let it be said that Rihanna doesn’t know how to create a buzz. For the final event of New York Fashion Week, the multitalented bad gal knew Savage x Fenty’s Fall-Winter presentation had to shut it down; which she did in inimitable, all-inclusive fashion.
We love seeing the results of celebrity hairstylist Ursula Stephen’s work, so when we were invited backstage to watch her create four distinctly different visions for New York Fashion Week, we jumped at the chance. With the help of The Glow Up’s trusty correspondent Makeda Sandford, we were able to catch a glimpse of…
New York Fashion Week is well under way, and models with various textures of hair sashayed down the runway to represent. Why have a show dedicated to showcasing coils, curls and kinks, you say? Because natural hair matters.
Color! Shades! Shapes! Fluidity! These are all things we love to see in any collection of clothing, but we love seeing it even more on the runway, which is what made watching designer Prabal Gurung’s Spring-Summer 2019 presentation such a delight.
As more and more designers are including are including fuller-figured models on their runways (Cushnie, Christian Siriano, Prabal Gurung and the always inclusive Chromat, to name a few), it’s easy to applaud the fashion world for finally taking notice of the fact that big girls (surprise!) like to be well-dressed, too.
When the shoe throw heard around the world took place at the now infamous Harper’s Bazaar “ICONS by Carine Roitfeld” party on Friday night, Kelly Rowland was a reluctant witness. In fact, several reports noted that the singer (and our personal all-time favorite of Destiny’s Children) had just posed for a picture with…
Queens, NY-based designer Telfar Clemens staged an all-black preview of his Spring-Summer 2019 collection, titled “Not for You, for Everyone,” in London this August, but still managed to make it stateside to present his latest collection during New York Fashion Week. His SS19 NYFW presentation took place in a vacant…
When Issa Rae turned up to host the 2018 CFDA Awards wearing a crystal-spangled sapphire jumpsuit with a black sash that read “Every Nigga Is a Star,” it was not only a nod to the famed Boris Gardiner song, but an affirmation that she was still rooting for everybody black amongst the nominees that night. But for the…
Cardi B’s Fashion Week may not be going exactly according to plan, but there is one bright spot—literally. On Saturday, Tom Ford Beauty introduced its new line of Boys & Girls lipsticks, with a hue named for the entertainer in a shade as attention-getting as she is.
Designer Brandon Maxwell has long been a believer in black girl magic—and equally, a proponent of good, old-fashioned glamour. There was no shortage of both on his Spring-Summer 2019 runway, as he sent a series of retro-inspired silhouettes down the runway at New York City’s Classic Car Club on Saturday afternoon.
Summer 2018 is just ending, but the Christian Siriano woman is already dressed for a tropical getaway, which was the inspiration for the designer’s Spring-Summer 2019 collection. Sending chartreuse chiffons, palm and animal prints and flamingo-inspired feathered dresses down the runway on a body-positive array of…
While our heads were turned by the melee at the Harper’s Bazaar party on Friday night, there was another star-studded New York Fashion Week event that went off without a hitch, honoring a fashion legend in timelessly elegant style.
“Look at the sky, it’s the color of love...”
Remember earlier this week, when life was simpler, and we were all gleefully awaiting the arrival of new spring trends via New York Fashion Week as Cardi B calmly sat front row in an array of splashy outfits?
Updated: 9/8/18, 2:12 p.m. EDT: A insider from the Harper’s Bazaar party told Marie Claire that the altercation was sparked when Nicki (whom, according to Cosmopolitan, was taking a photo with Kelly Rowland and La La Anthony), deliberately stepped on the train of Cardi’s dress, ripping it. Cardi then purportedly…
You’ve seen them on screen, on the red carpet and often, right here on The Glow Up. And now, just in time for New York Fashion Week, several of our favorite fashionable celebs have landed on Vanity Fair’s Best Dressed 2018 list!