Teddy Tinson

STAERK Restarts

December 16, 2015

Camilla Staerk, the Danish designer, New York social fixture, and purveyor of all things romantically gothic, recently re-launched her eponymous e-commerce site Staerk.com.

West 4th Street’s Most Wanted

October 19, 2015

There seems to be something with sets of twins dominating fashion design conversations, or more precisely, musings on modern minimalism.

Into the Miu Miu Woods

October 9, 2015

Miu Miu designer Miuccia Prada closed out Paris Fashion Week (and Fashion Month) with one of the most theatrical productions of the week.

Go-Go Boots and Micro Minis at Giambattista

October 8, 2015

Giambattista Valli presented an array of Mod Squad floral mini-dresses and pantsuits for his Spring 2016 collection.

Valentino’s Voyage

October 8, 2015

Valentino designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli have been on a celebratory rollercoaster since presenting their Mirabilia Roma couture collection.

Stella McCartney Melds Muse and Artist

October 7, 2015

The opening group of colorful plaid knit dresses and separates at Stella McCartney’s Spring/Summer 2016 show were sporty and fun without being twee.

Chanel’s Mile High Club

October 7, 2015

After his glorious mile-high outing for Chanel, where guests were transported to Chanel Airlines at the Grand Palais, the most luxurious airport terminal of all time, Karl Lagerfeld shared: “I wanted to make the perfect airport where boarding is a pleasure, and not a nightmare which it is now.”

Alexander McQueenâ??s Bird Song

October 7, 2015

Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton showed what could easily be classified as her most definitive and purest collection to date.

Haider Ackermannâ??s Smoke Show

October 6, 2015

At Haider Ackermann’s show at the Palais de Chaillot on Saturday morning, models paraded down the red, green, or purple smoke-filled runway in various states of aristo-punk-inspired undress.

Variations on Vaccarello

October 2, 2015

Anthony Vaccarello once again showed his street-chic collection at the wonderful Maison de la Radio in a sprawling corridor with splendid views of the Eiffel Tower.

Milan’s Reinvention

October 1, 2015

The governing theme of the Spring/Summer 2016 collections at Milan Fashion Week might best be described as a study in restraint.

Jonathan Cohen’s Pottery-Inspired Prints

September 17, 2015

The morning of September 11, Jonathan Cohen showed his Spring/Summer 2016 collection at Industria Studios in Manhattan’s West Village.

Rosie Assoulin’s Pool Party

September 17, 2015

Highlights from Rossie Assoulin’s “beach cover-up”-themed collection included pants done in a JNCO style, their accompanying “boxer brief” waistbands creeping upward à la early TLC or Aaliyah.

What Maria Cornejo Wants

September 17, 2015

Allow Maria Cornejo to reintroduce herself.

Adeam’s Japanese Roots

September 15, 2015

Adeam designer Hanako Maeda looked to her own Japanese heritage for her Spring/Summer ’16 collection.

Chromat’s Diverse Focus

September 14, 2015

Chromat’s Spring/Summer ’16 collection focused on more than just clothing.

Orley’s Paisley Dreams

July 20, 2015

Design trio Orley is quickly carving a niche for the in-between, marrying traditionally feminine knitting techniques with urbane cool.

Siki Im’s Junk Drawer Treasure Trove

July 17, 2015

At the close of NYFW:Men’s, designer Siki Im’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection might best be described as a study in Occupy Wall Street-chic: The Aftermath.

Public Enemy Number One

July 16, 2015

Upon entering the Skylight Clarkson warehouse turned NYFW: Men’s epicenter for Public School’s Spring/Summer 2016 menswear presentation, fashion’s spectators were immediately transported to what could have been a scene from Law & Order: SVU.

The Office Man 2.0

July 15, 2015

For the reinstatement of New York Fashion Week: Men’s, Thom Browne revisited the classic grey suit.