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September 8, 2009
Fall 2009 is really luxurious with a little bit of fantasy. I wanted it to be powerful. We incorporated a bold silhouette. The special developed textiles are a huge part of the collection and the techniques - the feathered coats, embroidered dresses. I wanted every dress to be a jewel of its own. I think it's always important. I think women love to show off their waists. And I'm seeing a lot of women wanting to wear dresses again. And the hourglass figure is sort of an agelong quest.
NEWS
September 10, 2009 | By Elizabeth Wellington, INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
Fall is fashion's most exciting time of year. But it also raises the most questions: What's the in shoe? Will belts be important? Are we still in a dress season? So, to guide us, I asked some of New York's hottest designers: Isaac Mizrahi, the man who chic-ified Target and stars in the brand-new Bravo reality series The Fashion Show ; Jason Wu, best known for his soon-to- inhabit-the-Smithsonian inaugural gown for first lady Michelle Obama; and Tracy Reese, the delicate hand behind Plenty and her girly self-named label.
NEWS
March 21, 2012
Want to shop designers whose clothes are made in America? Here's a sampling: Nanette Lepore 877-537-6734 www.nanettelepore.com Milly 212-921-7800 www.millyny.com Jason Wu 646-395-3774 Chado Ralph Rucci 877-242-3317 www.chadoralphrucci.net/ Brooks Brothers 866-515-4747 www.brooksbrothers.com ...
ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 2013 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
Supermodel Cara Delevingne, the 20-year-old face of major fashion brands - think Chanel, Burberry, Marc Jacobs, and YSL - has young girls (and boys) touting her off-the-runway style: slouchy beanie hats, graphic T's, and super-skinny jeans. Take her tomboy minimalist charm and combine it with her ultra-girly looks, and no wonder she walks top designer runways for Diane von Furstenberg, Stella McCartney, Jason Wu, and Oscar de la Renta. In March, British Vogue named Delevingne model of the year.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 10, 2009 | By Elizabeth Wellington INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
Fall is fashion's most exciting time of year. But it also raises the most questions: What's the in shoe? Will belts be important? Are we still in a dress season? So, to guide us, I asked some of New York's hottest designers: Isaac Mizrahi, the man who chic-ified Target and stars in the brand-new Bravo reality series The Fashion Show; Jason Wu, best known for his soon-to-inhabit-the-Smithsonian inaugural gown for first lady Michelle Obama; and Tracy Reese, the delicate hand behind Plenty and her girly self-named label.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 4, 2014 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
Hollywood's brightest stars sparkled at Sunday night's Academy Awards in gowns fashioned from nude metallics and white shimmer, wrapping up a nearly flawless red-carpet season. The night's best-dressed prize goes to Naomi Watts, stunning in a white, cap-sleeved dress courtesy of Francisco Costa for Calvin Klein. Lupita Nyong'o was a close second. She looked like she was floating in the icy-blue, whimsical Prada gown that she said reminded her of Nairobi, Kenya, her childhood home.
NEWS
January 21, 2009 | By Elizabeth Wellington INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
From the moment President Obama became a serious presidential contender, fashion pundits have been speculating what - and, more important, who - the first lady would wear come inauguration night. Yet as the clock ticked toward the golden hour of 8 p.m. yesterday, when many of the inaugural balls were scheduled to start, there was no relief in sight. At least the James Gerard Orchestra began to play at the Biden Home States Inaugural Ball. But word on the street was that the Obamas would not arrive at that celebration, hosted by Vice President Biden, until after 11. The delay of delays was a combination of factors: historically huge crowds, a Ted Kennedy seizure, and a longer-than-anticipated parade, scheduled to end at 4:30 p.m. but still going strong at 6:30.
NEWS
April 24, 2009 | By Elizabeth Wellington INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
Jason Wu's life definitely changed when Michelle Obama showed up in his one-shouldered, snow-white inaugural ballgown complete with shimmer and over-the-top embellishments. In fact, the 26-year-old has reached household-name status. And not many designers other than Oscar de la Renta, Kenneth Cole, and Donna Karan know that kind of brand recognition. In the fashion industry, that's priceless. "I was in London recently and people recognized me," the designer said yesterday morning, surrounded by local matrons wearing Wu. "I was in Asia and people recognized me. This is amazing for the brand.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 23, 2013
  "IF BEYONCE'S weave thinks she can upstage me, she is sorely mistaken" - @FirstLadysBangs That's right, folks. First lady Michelle Obama's new hairstyle has its own Twitter account. It makes sense, since the hairdo, unveiled on FLOTUS' 49th birthday last week, was one of the most talked-about things on Inauguration Day. Even President Obama affixed his presidential seal of approval. Way to mix it up, Michelle. She did us proud. I was hoping FLOTUS would turn it out for the inauguration.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 26, 2013 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
Red-carpet highlights - like the dazzling Armani Privé gown Naomi Watts wore to the 2013 Academy Awards - are definitely worth noting, but fashion moments they do not make. A fashion moment is the ensemble that's the day's watercooler conversation, or perhaps the week's meme. It's a sartorial snippet in time that challenges our notion of style, makes us shake our heads, or nudges us to possibly tweak our own look. From Miley to Kim-ye, here are my picks for the top fashion moments of 2013.
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ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 2015 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
When Target's Ava & Viv collection hits stores this month, women who are young at heart and wear a size 14 to 26 will be pleased. True to this spring's fashion trends, Ava & Viv's 90-piece line is easy, breezy, sporty, and futuristic. The best looks include a heather-gray print blouse with matching wide-legged pants and a black jumpsuit that features a blousy bodice. Other cool items include tuxedo-stripe jogging pants, a chambray dress, solid V-neck Ts, and a floral bikini - everything I'd like to have in my wardrobe this spring.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 4, 2014 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
Hollywood's brightest stars sparkled at Sunday night's Academy Awards in gowns fashioned from nude metallics and white shimmer, wrapping up a nearly flawless red-carpet season. The night's best-dressed prize goes to Naomi Watts, stunning in a white, cap-sleeved dress courtesy of Francisco Costa for Calvin Klein. Lupita Nyong'o was a close second. She looked like she was floating in the icy-blue, whimsical Prada gown that she said reminded her of Nairobi, Kenya, her childhood home.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 26, 2013 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
Red-carpet highlights - like the dazzling Armani Privé gown Naomi Watts wore to the 2013 Academy Awards - are definitely worth noting, but fashion moments they do not make. A fashion moment is the ensemble that's the day's watercooler conversation, or perhaps the week's meme. It's a sartorial snippet in time that challenges our notion of style, makes us shake our heads, or nudges us to possibly tweak our own look. From Miley to Kim-ye, here are my picks for the top fashion moments of 2013.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 2013 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
Supermodel Cara Delevingne, the 20-year-old face of major fashion brands - think Chanel, Burberry, Marc Jacobs, and YSL - has young girls (and boys) touting her off-the-runway style: slouchy beanie hats, graphic T's, and super-skinny jeans. Take her tomboy minimalist charm and combine it with her ultra-girly looks, and no wonder she walks top designer runways for Diane von Furstenberg, Stella McCartney, Jason Wu, and Oscar de la Renta. In March, British Vogue named Delevingne model of the year.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 7, 2013 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
NEW YORK - About 15 years ago, designer Thom Browne had his own ideas about how a suit should fit. So he shortened the arms and the pant legs, opted for a flat-front trouser, and shrank everything else. The rest of the fashion world jumped on Browne's exaggerated proportions, and by 2003, he opened a bespoke tailoring shop in New York's Meatpacking District. Browne was on his way to becoming the most influential menswear designer the world had seen in 20 years, his contributions to suiting as significant as Giorgio Armani and Christian Dior.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 24, 2013 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
I can't help but wish first lady Michelle Obama had chosen a ravishing, ruby-red gown four years ago when she made her first twirl on the inaugural dance floor with the president. But this is not about me. It's about FLOTUS, and it was clear that Obama and her chosen designer Jason Wu were playing it safe back then with the white, one-shoulder gown. After all, we really didn't know either of them yet. Well, now we do. And play time is over. Obama flexed her bronze, muscled back in a stunning halter gown at the Commander-in-Chief Ball Monday night, to much applause - including my own. Watching from my living room TV, I stood up and clapped when Obama walked out to dance to Jennifer Hudson's screeching rendition of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 23, 2013
  "IF BEYONCE'S weave thinks she can upstage me, she is sorely mistaken" - @FirstLadysBangs That's right, folks. First lady Michelle Obama's new hairstyle has its own Twitter account. It makes sense, since the hairdo, unveiled on FLOTUS' 49th birthday last week, was one of the most talked-about things on Inauguration Day. Even President Obama affixed his presidential seal of approval. Way to mix it up, Michelle. She did us proud. I was hoping FLOTUS would turn it out for the inauguration.
NEWS
March 21, 2012
Want to shop designers whose clothes are made in America? Here's a sampling: Nanette Lepore 877-537-6734 www.nanettelepore.com Milly 212-921-7800 www.millyny.com Jason Wu 646-395-3774 Chado Ralph Rucci 877-242-3317 www.chadoralphrucci.net/ Brooks Brothers 866-515-4747 www.brooksbrothers.com ...
ENTERTAINMENT
September 10, 2009 | By Elizabeth Wellington INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
Fall is fashion's most exciting time of year. But it also raises the most questions: What's the in shoe? Will belts be important? Are we still in a dress season? So, to guide us, I asked some of New York's hottest designers: Isaac Mizrahi, the man who chic-ified Target and stars in the brand-new Bravo reality series The Fashion Show; Jason Wu, best known for his soon-to-inhabit-the-Smithsonian inaugural gown for first lady Michelle Obama; and Tracy Reese, the delicate hand behind Plenty and her girly self-named label.
NEWS
September 10, 2009 | By Elizabeth Wellington, INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
Fall is fashion's most exciting time of year. But it also raises the most questions: What's the in shoe? Will belts be important? Are we still in a dress season? So, to guide us, I asked some of New York's hottest designers: Isaac Mizrahi, the man who chic-ified Target and stars in the brand-new Bravo reality series The Fashion Show ; Jason Wu, best known for his soon-to- inhabit-the-Smithsonian inaugural gown for first lady Michelle Obama; and Tracy Reese, the delicate hand behind Plenty and her girly self-named label.
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