This weekend, Moves Magazine celebrated 25 impactful women as part of their annual Power Women issue. The honorees included the likes of Patricia Clarkson, Michelle Rodriguez, Tamara Tunie, and Lori Silverbush, as well as a number of other prominent women. Those selected are leaders in industries that vary across the spectrum of society.
When dealing with a cast of 73 designers, it can seem difficult to nail down exactly what Flying Solo is. In its most basic form, the SoHo based store is a creative space where designers, photographers, stylists, and other members of fashion work together to awaken new ideas and present them in their individual brands. Each label is available to shop at Flying Solo locations and is included in their NYFW presentations.
Kate Spade is making a major comeback, under the helm of Creative Director Nicola Glass. Bringing new energy, Glass presented a collection bursting with color, life, and most importantly, fun.
The playful and chic silhouettes compliment the collection’s bold attitude, calling to the 60s and 70s for inspiration. Juxtaposing intense hues are soft lavenders and delicate pinks. Florals make a large appearance while keeping the impact minimal yet meaningful.
Statement pieces are leveled out by more modern forms, such as a belted pantsuit and patterned knitwear. To no surprise, accessories elevate the looks, with headscarves playing a major role in the presentation.
The show is the first since the shocking death of founder Kate Spade since her passing in June. In an interview with WWD, Glass says she aims to get back to the heart of the brand, one rooted in bright colors and vibrant patterns, and “define a new modern image for the Kate Spade woman.” She succeeded in this, bringing together a collection that embodies just that. Glass is stepping into the role of Deborah Lloyd, who left in 2017 after 10 years with the brand. While Glass has been in the role since Lloyd’s departure, the Pre Spring 2019 show was her debut collection.
Kate Bosworth, Suki Waterhouse, Gillian Jacobs, Julia Jones, Priyanka Chopra, and Chloe Bridges were all in attendance at the New York Public Library.
The event was sponsored by Fjii water.
Seven miles from the US-Mexico border lies a town whose shakey legacy has been consciously erased from history.
While tucked away along the East River in my Greenpoint apartment, I am often awoken at unspeakable hours. Music, loud and heavy with bass, erupts from a passing car. While many are frustrated by this brief interruption, I tend to smile to myself as I feel the sounds vibrating from the street.
Grace Weber is unexpected, in every sense of the word. At first glance, one would never imagine the power and strength that lies within her.
There is much to be expected from a film directed by Stanley Tucci, and even more so when the lineup includes the likes of Armie Hammer and Geoffrey Rush.
Vionic Shoes celebrates their Men’s AW18 line, a collection that seamlessly incorporates on-trend styles with technological innovation. From business casual to weekend essentials, the presentation features styles that can be worn year round.
“Rockstar” found a home on the charts quickly following its release back in September. The track, featuring 21 Savage, is celebrating its 13th week on Billboard’s Hot 100, where it first stole Cardi B’s number one seat for her track Bodak Yellow in October.