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Topic - Gilles Mendel
New York Fashion Week is fading to black.
One by one, the ballerinas of New York City Ballet made their grand entrances in "Bal de Couture," a new work by Peter Martins, and the glittery crowd applauded in delight. But the applause, this time, wasn't for the dancers.
The designers previewing spring collections at New York Fashion Week may not have had a single voice, but they all spoke loudly.
Layers are nothing new, but New York Fashion Week is showing them in a different way.
NEW YORK AP) _ The blockbuster colors and florals, geometrics and ethnic prints on the runways at New York Fashion Week may feel like game-changers in the moment. Then there's the rest of your life.
For 16-year-old Princess Lawrence, it was dizzying to be one of 15 high school students invited to the White House as Michelle Obama honored the winners of the National Design Awards.
The resort season is not a time for fashion to take a vacation. Resort collections, which hit stores during the all-important Christmas holiday shopping season, are a growing part of designer businesses as consumers move toward styles they can wear year-round.
A who's who of Hollywood and fashion elite hit the red carpet to celebrate the annual Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala Benefit.
Quilting, lace, fur, leather. Designers are feeling texture for next fall.
"I felt like it was time for leaner shapes, a little fierce," designer Gilles Mendel said backstage. "She's still feminine, but she's not an angry woman."
"Look at my prints tomorrow. They're going to be killer," he promised.