Fashion Was Fine At The Emmys But Look Out For Lizzy Caplan’s Train – La Times

The train on Lizzy Caplan’s lovely Emmys gown was a tripping hazard. (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times) Lizzy Caplan’s train was a tripping hazard at Emmys Governors’ Ball Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kerry Washington were among the style winners at the Emmys Waas Nicki Minaj’s wardrobe malfunction at the VMAs on purpose? Fashion was in top form at the 66th Primetime Emmys on Monday, writes fashion critic Booth Moore. Lizzy Caplan in her sweeping back-and-white gown from Donna Karan Atelier, Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Carolina Herrera, Michelle Dockery in Rosie Assoulin and Kerry Washington in Prada were among the style winners. [Los Angeles Times] 8 But Lena Dunham wilted in her cotton-candy confection, and she along with Julia Roberts, Kristen Wiig and a few others didn’t quite pull off the looks they may have hoped for.

Stylish Sips With Luxury Event Planner April Luca – Forbes

With years of experience in fashion PR under my belt, I launched Simply Stylist to connect the stylemakers and trendsetters I encountered on a daily basis with brands, events and other opportunities. This eventually grew to include what is now a core part of my company: the Simply Stylist conference. Ive been featured in Marie Claire, Refinery29, E! and more. My vision for Simply Stylist is to create an inviting space for driven, stylish and tech-savvy women to come together, learn and connect. I also host monthly workshops called Simply Stylist Sessions and post daily on our fashion/beauty centric blog. Most recently we launched Simply Digital Network which is an agency that manages celebrity bloggers in the digital space.

Farm-To-Closet: New York’s Latest Fashion Startup Goes Old School – Forbes

Buzzwords, some would say. Rethink social. What has worked, what hasnt? Why? Is scale the answer? I cover the people concocting solutions, tinkering away till they find a viable answer.

#SheHasHadIt Takes On VMA Fashion – MTV hide caption itoggle caption The clothing retail giant Zara is apologizing and has pulled a kids’ shirt from its stores after hearing complaints that it resembled the uniform worn by prisoners in Nazi concentration camps. In a tweet, Zara said the shirt was “inspired by the sheriff’s stars from the Classic Western films.” Reporting from Spain’s Canary Islands correspondent Lauren Frayer tells our Newscast unit that this isn’t the first time the Spanish retailer has gotten into trouble. She filed this report: “The shirt in question is navy and white striped, with a big gold star on the chest. Zara sold it online in several countries, including Israel. “The company called it a ‘sheriff shirt’ for kids. But many shoppers thought it looked conspicuously like a World War II concentration camp outfit, and complained on Twitter and Facebook.

Fashion Retailer Zara Pulls Kids Shirt Resembling Concentration Camp Uniform : The Two-Way : NPR

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