Besides killing it with his H&M collection, Alexander Wang is heating things up…but not in a way you might expect.
When it comes to fashion, you can find pretty much anything you want at a low, middle and high price point, depending on what you want to spend and the quality of the product. But the one item that is the most difficult to find in that middle category? Bags. Why? I can’t answer that, but it is a constant frustration when not everyone wants to spend a thousand dollars (or more) on an accessory. I’ve already dedicated an entire post to this, appropriately titled The Bag Gap, but that was before I found out about Kara (which is actually designed by a Sarah…)
Last night, fashion’s finest celebrated the 11th annual CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Awards, where the winners of this year’s prizes were announced (with the grand prize being $300k to be used towards the winning designer’s business…not too shabby). And although it’s important to know who was the lucky recipient of this prize, we also need to know who wore what, as I haven’t done a red carpet post in a while and I think I’m overdue for one. Don’t you?
When it comes to blouses and button-downs, I’ve never really been into them. They can often be too preppy and conservative, therefore I find myself in cotton tees and anything leather. But that all changed the other day during an extra special shopping excursion in Berlin…
I know what you’re thinking…OMG Moschino’s fast food collection is so two seasons ago (because it technically is and you’d get an A+). But what if I told you Jeremy Scott isn’t the only one who’s got fast food on their mind when it comes to fashion?