We won't discount the first few stops along the way of Fashion Month (guys, it's been a good ride), but there's just something about the magical and storied presentations of Paris Fashion Week that always make us feel like they saved some of the best for last. With a wave of excitement in the air — including Hedi Slimane debuting at Saint Laurent (sans Yves) — the shows also seem to capture and preserve the legacy of the most famous fashion houses.There was something old (iconic labels such as Valentino), something new (a Kenzo revival that just keeps getting better), and even something blue (Dries Van Noten plaid coats), which perfectly brought the month's worth of first looks, parties, and Instagrams to a ceremonious end. Relive the highlights of the last stop with our salute to the 20 Paris Fashion Week looks that completely brought the house down.
Doug Funny had it easy. He'd pull on a white T-shirt, a green vest, and some (surprisingly on-trend) front-pleat khaki shorts, and he was out the door faster than you can say Patty Mayonnaise. Unfortunately, in the 3-D world, it's not that simple. But, that also means exciting options abound — yes, even for your 9-to-5 read
In the beauty world, "cult products" is a widely recognized term. From NARS' Orgasm blush to Urban Decay's Naked palette, there are a few items that nearly every beauty aficionado has used in their lives. But for fashion? That concept is a little harder to grasp. The pool is small, but there are a few items that'll get read