Chloe Sevigney & Kate Foley Celebrate Vintage with Vestiaire Collective

One of the reigning queens of vintage Ms. Chloe Sevigney has partnered with Vintage on Vestiaire Collective and this past Wednesday she and Kate Foley, the Contributing Fashion Director held a cocktail party to celebrate the launch of vintage on the site. Vestiaire Collective is a global marketplace for resale of high end curated vintage items including limited edition pieces from YSL, Prada, Maison Margiela and more.

It all started in 2009 with the aim of offering a community platform on which members are able to buy and sell top of the range and pre-owned luxury clothes and accessories. The catalogue is comprised of the most inspiring items the come from hundred of thousand users wardrobes throughout the world. Each week more than 20,000 new items are added to strengthen a permanent catalogue of 400,000 products. More than 100,000 new members sign up each month and join a international community of 4 million members. See pieces from the vintage collective here.


FIT’s Future of Fashion 2017 Runway Show

(l. to r. Jinwoo Hong, Carolina Sanz, JinYoung Kim, Yekaterina Burmatnovam Aleksandra Gosiewski, Taylor Ormond, Bria Hendrickson, Selen Sahin, Jong Ah Nicole Lee, Samantha Kirshner)

By Akela Moore

One week after the biggest fashion event in New York City took place at the Met Gala, FIT’s Future of Fashion Runway show was held to celebrate and showcase the work of the college’s most talented graduating Fashion Designers. Its the Fashion Institute of Technology’s highly anticipated end of year runway show and it featured some sensational, innovative looks created by the college’s top graduating Fashion Design students.

Sponsored by Calvin Klein Inc, and the Calvin Klein Family Foundation, the students were able to take home awards that included Critics and People’s Choice awards in the categories of sportswear, special occasion, knitwear, intimate apparel, and children’s wear. Throughout the spring semester, designers mentored students as they created their collections, including Chris Gelinas, Erin Rechner, Flora Gill, Karen Sabag, Morgan Curtis, Victoria Lambourne, Isabella Tonchi, Peter DoSander Lak and Sophie Theallet. Once the students’ collections were complete, five accomplished fashion industry professionals judged the designs to determine which garments earned a coveted spot on the runway. This year’s judges were Ken Downing (Neiman Marcus), Nicole Phelps (Vogue Runway), Lilliana Vazquez (TODAY), Diana Tsui (New York magazine’s The Cut) and Kemal Harris (stylist).Some of fashion’s most prominent names were in attendance from Dennis Basso and Fern Mallis to Ruth Finley and Ty Hunter just to name a few. See all of the notable attendees and the creative looks from the runway here.


Migos: For the Culture

 “Your representation is everything. Before you had the money, you had to look like you had the money”

By Amber Monaé

After I predicted the rap trio Migos would end up at the Met Gala (Anna Wintour always loves popular urban talent) they land yet another fashion spread, this time with edgy Flaunt magazine. (more…)