I already know I’m going to be living for the Cindy Crawford-produced model drama when it debuts on NBC sometime in 2016. The show will focus on the infamous “model wars” between three top New York modelling agencies that began in 1977 and lasted well into the ’80s. Before John Casablancas established Elite’s New York office in 1977, the two ruling agencies in the country were Ford and Wilhelmina (who was a former Ford model) and, even though Eileen Ford thought of Wilhelmina as a traitor, they tried not to step on each other’s feet. Casablancas, fresh from Paris and a member of the European jetset elite, was young more open-minded to the decadent ways of the late ’70s disco era. He made Eileen Ford look like a nun.
Yesterday, after three decades at the helm of her eponymous label, Donna Karan announced she was leaving Donna Karan International in order to focus on her new-ish endeavour, Urban Zen. Last April, she handed […]
If you’ve walked by Toronto’s or Vancouver’s Holt Renfrew recently, you couldn’t miss the store’s opulent Charlotte Tilbury Makeup Revolution windows. The brand has finally arrived in Canada. Last month, I wrote […]
I couldn’t contain my excitement when Toronto-based Hayley Elsaesser showed me a sample of her ‘slime time’ sunglasses. They are playful and clever, like pretty much everything this young designer makes. Attention-demanding […]
Cannes gave great red carpet. Particularly because the dreaded pantyhose dress was kept to a minimum. (I’m sure it was seen on the infamous high-end escorts that flock to Cannes every year […]
I can’t with this dress. It’s everywhere. And it’s showing no signs of stopping. When Riccardo Tisci presented his Givenchy Couture Fall 2010 collection, stylists went bonkers for the opening number: a […]
I’ve admired Charlotte Tilbury‘s work ever since I first started paying attention to runway beauty. As an absolute makeup genius, she has beautified Tom Ford’s and Donna Karan’s catwalks, as well […]