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Vionnet

  1. backstage beauty lessons
    How to Wear Glitter Like a ModelBackstage beauty lessons from Fashion Month.
  2. the cut portfolio
    Seen in Paris: Gilded Faces and Kendall JennerPlus: Surrealist face paint, dismembered mannequins, and a Brant brother. 
  3. profile
    Goga Ashkenazi: The First Female Oligarch of FashionWhat would Madame Vionnet make of her?
  4. copy cats
    The Museum at FIT’s New Exhibit Is All About KnockoffsWith its new show “Faking It,” the Museum at FIT explores the history of counterfeits. 
  5. editor's picks
    5 Things I’ve Liked From Paris Fashion Week So FarTasseled slingbacks, off-the-shoulder dresses, and more highlights from the first two days. 
  6. dispatches from fashion week
    News Flash: Fashion Isn’t NaturalParis designers ran the gamut from naturalism to artificiality.
  7. just browsing
    Wish List: Vionnet’s Emerald Silk Wrap-DressA big, bold green for spring.
  8. the cut portfolio
    Seen in Paris: Quiet Portraits Amidst the ChaosBackstage at Dries Van Noten, Rick Owens, Rochas, and more.
  9. review
    Robin Givhan: Paris Fashion Week Begins With a WhimperYet Dries Van Noten (and a few others) deliver a bit of a bang.
  10. costume department
    Q&A: Downton’s Costume Designer on the Early Jazz-Age Fashion of Season 4Rose’s debutante dress, Edith’s transformation, and more. 
  11. Hussein Chalayan to Show Collection for Vionnet This MonthSurprise! His demi-couture collection will be ready by January 21.
  12. first looks
    First Look: Enter the Lavish, Privileged World of Former DebutantesAlso known as the “belles of the ball.”
  13. look of the day
    Rosario Dawson Loves Flashing Her ThighsBoth of them peeked out of her double-slit dress last night.
  14. loose threads
    Kristen Stewart Goes Shoeless on Jimmy FallonPlus, Tyra Banks covers Arise magazine.
  15. ins and outs
    Vionnet’s Designers Have ‘Interrupted’ Their Job at the HouseThey’re not in at the moment.
  16. loose threads
    Obama in Glamour; Bye-Bye, Billabong?Plus, Emma Stone covers Interview.
  17. loose threads
    Mother-Daughter Shoplifting Trip Ends Badly; M Magazine to RelaunchPlus, Guinevere van Seenus covers Vogue Netherlands’ June issue.
  18. notes from a fashion director
    Amy Larocca’s Milan Fashion Week DispatchThe ugliest bag the fashion director has ever seen, plus loveliness at Gucci, Brunello Cucinelli, and the Vionnet store opening.
  19. loose threads
    Today Is ‘Free Shipping Day’; Louis Vuitton Has an ‘Inspiration Song’Plus, Lily Cole covers the new issue of Russian Vogue wearing a visor.
  20. ins and outs
    Vionnet’s Designer Leaves the LabelHe’s been replaced by Barbara and Lucia Croce.
  21. look of the day
    Emma Watson Wore a One-Sleeved Velvet Dress by VionnetIt was her new short haircut’s first time on the red carpet.
  22. loose threads
    Stefano Gabbana Says Men’s Fashion Is Not for ‘Weirdos’; Lady Gaga Recycles Gun BraAlso, Scott Campbell reportedly designed bags for Louis Vuitton men’s show.
  23. resort 2010
    Miuccia Prada’s Ex-Assistant Unveils His First Vionnet CollectionAfter thirteen years at Miu Miu’s side, he’s gone Grecian.
  24. loose threads
    Pamela Anderson to Walk for Vivienne Westwood; Oscar Jewelry Already SoldAlso, Diesel is now making furniture.
  25. Miami Swim Fashion Week Disappoints, But Rio to the RescueFew celebrities or top models attended. But Brazilian Swim Fashion Week ought to make up for it.
  26. show & tell
    Vionnet’s New Designer Says Modern Women Want an Amazing Bust At Barneys this weekend, we met Sophia Kokosalaki, the 33-year-old Londoner who has taken on the daunting task of resurrecting the legendary French fashion house Vionnet, which invented the bias cut and was favored by Marlene Dietrich, Katharine Hepburn, and Greta Garbo in the twenties. Vionnet shuttered its doors at the beginning of WWII in 1939, which means Kokosalaki’s collection is the first to emerge from the house in 68 years.
  27. party lines
    Party Preview: The Week’s Best BashesForget about the clothes, it’s the parties! There are too many to fêtes to mention all of them, but here are five you don’t want to miss. Don’t have an invite? New York’s Jada Yuan and the Fug Girls will be there to report back on the glamour and the gaffes. Check our continuing party coverage throughout the week for all the photos and gossip. What: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week kickoff Where: The Box, 189 Chrystie St., nr. Stanton St. When: February 1, 9 p.m. Who: Mena Suvari, Nick Cannon, Michael C. Hall, and L.A. band Shiny Toy Guns. Why to go: Patrick Bateman may not be there, but Jessica Stam can still cozy up to Dexter. What: Vionnet launch Where: Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., at 61st St. When: February 2, 6 p.m.–8 p.m. Who: Everyone. Victoria Bartlett, Gilles Bensimon, Valerie Steele, Phillip Lim, Olivia Chantecaille, Meredith Melling Burke, Padma Lakshmi, Sally Singer, and, of course, Sophia Kokosalaki. Why to go: To get a first glimpse of the resurrected French label. What: Rock & Republic after-party Where: Hiro Ballroom, the Maritime Hotel, 371 W. 16th St., at Ninth Ave. When: February 2, 10 p.m. Who: Mark Ronson, designer Mark Ball, and a gaggle of catwalkers. Lady Sovereign will perform at midnight. Why to go: Promises to be the best concert of the week. What: Marc Jacobs after-party Where: The MJ bash is the most sought-after invite. Details are on the deep DL. When: February 5 Who: The Olsens, the Roitfelds, Jessica Stam and every model worth looking at. Why to go: If you have to ask, that’s why you’re not there. What:Heatherette after-party Where: Roseland Ballroom, 239 W. 52nd St., nr. Broadway When: February 6, 10:30 p.m. Who: Lydia Hearst, Tinsley Mortimer, Amanda Lepore, and Paris Hilton. Why to go: Best place to fly your freak flag.