Kelsey Bennett

NYFW Fall/Winter 2016: The Highlights

February 16, 2016

From Alexander Wang to J. Crew, Jeremy Scott, Maiyet, Tommy Hilfiger, Hood by Air, Jason Wu, and more…Here is everything you need to know from backstage and front row at NYFW Fall/Winter 2016.

Backstage Beauties

February 24, 2015

New York Fashion Week came to a close on Thursday and left us with a renewed interest in dark, glamorous beauty.

Anna Sui

February 20, 2015

Gigi Hadid, walking along to Björk, opened the Anna Sui show Wednesday evening.

Jeremy Scott

February 19, 2015

For Jeremy Scott, the party doesn’t stop.

Marc by Marc Jacobs

February 19, 2015

Marc by Marc Jacobs’ Fall collection wants revolution, girl style, now.


February 18, 2015

This season, Rodarte paid homage to ’70s, Last Days of Disco glamour.

Tommy Hilfiger

February 18, 2015

This season, Tommy Hilfiger showed his collection on a football field constructed in the Park Avenue Armory.

Prabal Gurung

February 17, 2015

If you picked up a rustic old world American vibe from Prabal Gurung’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection, you wouldn’t be off the mark.

Diane Von Furstenberg

February 17, 2015

For Fall/Winter 2015, Diane Von Furstenberg played with a mix of sheer pinstripes, floral lace, and overstated polka dots in the form of pantsuits, jumpsuits, and evening gowns.

Alexander Wang

February 17, 2015

Black clothing has a long, tangled history. Rather than follow the widow’s weeds route like Thom Browne at his fall showing, Alexander Wang went to the subcultural, plumbing the depths of goth.

Jason Wu

February 13, 2015

Jason Wu’s fall collection was an unabashed salute to sexy, grown up clothes for sexy, grown up women.

Kelsey Bennett’s Backstage Diary: SS 2015

September 12, 2014

Artist and photographer Kelsey Bennett captures backstage at New York Fashion Week on Fuji film. Click through the slideshow above to see her shots from Jason Wu, Prabal Gurung, Rodarte, Anthony Vaccarello x Versus Verace, and Proenza Schouler.

Brigid Berlin’s Costume Jewelry

November 24, 2008

Brigid Berlin is one of the great underrated artists of our time. Best known as Andy Warhol’s closest collaborator from 1964 until his death in 1987, Berlin has often been branded as the pill-popping star of Chelsea Girls (1966) and an all-around Factory troublemaker. Today she’s a serious and-mostly-sober artist.