We’ve curated the best of the fashion web from the last week for you! Enjoy… Plus, see what our editor’s have to say about each story!
(via Fashionista.com) Let’s just ignore Gwyneth’s other accomplishments (actress, goop-er, cookbook writer, singer, etc) and talk about her clothes today. With a few exceptions, she generally nails it. She knows what she likes, and for the last few years–let’s call them the Tracy Anderson years–she chooses things that are generally bodycon … (Read More)
Editor Says: She definitely made of 2012 Oscars Best Dressed List!
(via TheCut.com) We can confirm that Chis Burch has stepped down from his position as co-chair of the board at Tory Burch, according to a reliable source close to the company. As a shareholder, Chris remains a member of the board, but the Post reports that he is actively looking to sell his remaining shares via Barclays Capital. (Read More)
Editor Says: There’s a new place to buy chic ballet flats! But, shhhh, don’t tell Tory we told you!
(via Fashion Telegraph) The past 12 months has been a turbulent time for fashion with designers shifting around from maison to maison at a turnover rate closer to that of premiership football managers. One appointment that remains rock-solid however is Alber Elbaz’s tenure at the helm of French luxury label Lanvin. (Read More)
Editor Says: Read our review of the LANVIN F/W 2012 show.
(via WWD.com) Christian Dior boasts nearly 7 million fans on Facebook — and now the French house is out to conscript more readers and viewers with today’s launch of DiorMag. The online magazine goes live with eight articles — that number representing one of the founder’s good-luck charms — with Friday’s fall fashion show the (Read More)
Editor Says: So basically Christian Dior has launched a fashion blog, welcome to the club.
(via FastCompany.com) Kevin Ma is the founder and editor of Hypebeast, an online magazine covering fashion, culture, design, and many other topics. Ma runs the site with his staff out of their Hong Kong office, and his stamp of approval (read: a feature on Hypebeast) can help make or break an underground or indie brand trying … (Read More)
Editor Says: Learn some awesome NYC fashion street slang!