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Grey Ant

  1. winner's circle
    Paul Andrew Named CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund WinnerEva Zuckerman and Ryan Roche were the runners-up.
  2. the final countdown
    Wes Gordon, Tanya Taylor Among CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund FinalistsTen labels received the nod.
  3. loose threads
    Louis Vuitton’s Latest Ad Campaign; Alexa Chung’s Last-Minute Madewell AdditionPlus, rumors are swirling about Simon Doonan butting heads with new Barneys CEO Mark Lee.
  4. loose threads
    Sophie Theallet Lands Fashion Incubator Spot; Britney Spears Wore See-through Dolce to the GrammysAlso, Kristen McMenamy has fat days, Miley Cyrus’s little sister is launching a clothing line, and more in today’s news roundup.
  5. three is a trend
    Tall Tales Designers are marching into fall with head and hair held high. Ponytails have been everywhere this season, but the real eye-catchers are the unapologetically bold ones. Grey Ant moved slightly crimped, frizzy ponytails to the side, provoking eighties flashbacks. At Sass & Bide, hair was put beneath berets and wrapped sky-high up in black ribbons. And Lydia Hearst’s infamously dyed red hair was softly curled and pinned atop her head at ThreeAsFour. Though these styles will keep the hair out of your face, they’re only meant for girls who want all the attention.
  6. three is a trend
    Waistbands Shoot for the Sky After years of creeping steadily south, the waistband has shot up so high that even your mother’s jeans will be chic this fall. High-waisted pants and denim hit the runways in droves at Bruce, Grey Ant, Erin Fetherston, and Karen Walker. Grey Ant’s wide-legged pair dipped seductively in the back, with just the suggestion of butt cleavage. Fetherston cinched at the waist, with pleating that won’t be flattering for all. Bruce’s deep blue-denim hugged the hips and tummy, making them even less figure-friendly than your skinniest jeans.
  7. ask a retailer
    Jennifer Mankins of Bird Has a Thing for High-Waisted Jeans Throughout the week, buyers from Bergdorf Goodman, Bird, Intermix, and Jeffrey New York will tell us which runway looks they plan to snatch up for fall. Jennifer Mankins, owner of Brooklyn boutique Bird, files her first picks — she’s favoring Grey Ant, Bruce, Karen Walker, and Sue Stemp so far.
  8. new york fugging city
    Grey Ant’s Pajama Pants-Off Dance-OffThis was no ordinary runway show. This was interpretive dance.