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Marc Jacobs set to make Film debut

The New York Fashion Week darling is to star in Disconnect, an indie drama that, in the words of IMDB, is 'centred on a group of people searching for human connections in today's wired world.'  Fashionista.com reports that the designer's latest professional incarnation has just been added to the film site, though there is no official word, as yet, on the character he will play.  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2058743/Marc-Jacobs-set-make-acting-debut-Disconnect.html#ixzz1d9DEGD2a
The New York Fashion Week darling is to star in Disconnect, an indie drama that, in the words of IMDB, is ‘centred on a group of people searching for human connections in today’s wired world. Fashionista.com reports that the designer’s latest professional incarnation has just been added to the film site, though there is no official word, as yet, on the character he will play. The 48-year-old will make his acting debut alongside Jason Bateman, Alexander Skarsgard, Andrea Riseborough, Paula Patton, Frank Grillo and Michael Nyqvist. The impressive cast – and world-famous designer – is currently filming in New York. – – Read more
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John Galliano found “guilty” of making anti-Semitic slurs

©Courtesy of ‘THIS JUST IN’ @ CNN.com

Flamboyant fashion designer John Galliano was found guilty Thursday on charges of making anti-Semitic comments against at least three people in a Paris cafe.The French court gave him a suspended fine of 6,000 euros ($8,415) but he was not sentenced to jail time. The plaintiffs were awarded one symbolic euro each. Aurelien Hamelle, Galliano's lawyer, told CNN he was not surprised by the verdict. He said the designer was happy it was all over and wants to put the whole episode behind him. Galliano was not present at the trial because he didn't want to face the media, his lawyer added. The designer could have faced up to six months in jail and a fine of 22,500 euros ($32,410), prosecutors said before the verdict. -- catch up on this latest HEREFlamboyant fashion designer John Galliano was found guilty Thursday on charges of making anti-Semitic comments against at least three people in a Paris cafe.The French court gave him a suspended fine of 6,000 euros ($8,415) but he was not sentenced to jail time. The plaintiffs were awarded one symbolic euro each. Aurelien Hamelle, Galliano’s lawyer, told CNN he was not surprised by the verdict. He said the designer was happy it was all over and wants to put the whole episode behind him. Galliano was not present at the trial because he didn’t want to face the media, his lawyer added. The designer could have faced up to six months in jail and a fine of 22,500 euros ($32,410), prosecutors said before the verdict.
catch up on this latest HERE


NYtimes Fashion Week Coverage

    The New York Times
View Online:  Most Recent Collections   Featured Collections  Fashion & Style  from The International Herald Tribune Colorful, Digital, Virtual By SUZY MENKES So far, the spring/summer 2012 season in New York can be summed up in surreal flower prints, geometric patterns and a vibrant exploration of fabric and style. More From Suzy Menkes »
Designer Zac Posen shown here….
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Most Recent Collections 

Featured Collections

Fashion & Style

from The International Herald Tribune

Colorful, Digital, Virtual

By SUZY MENKES
So far, the spring/summer 2012 season in New York can be summed up in surreal flower prints, geometric patterns and a vibrant exploration of fabric and style.


John Galliano found “guilty” of making anti-Semitic slurs

©Courtesy of ‘THIS JUST IN’ @ CNN.com

Flamboyant fashion designer John Galliano was found guilty Thursday on charges of making anti-Semitic comments against at least three people in a Paris cafe.The French court gave him a suspended fine of 6,000 euros ($8,415) but he was not sentenced to jail time. The plaintiffs were awarded one symbolic euro each. Aurelien Hamelle, Galliano’s lawyer, told CNN he was not surprised by the verdict. He said the designer was happy it was all over and wants to put the whole episode behind him. Galliano was not present at the trial because he didn’t want to face the media, his lawyer added. The designer could have faced up to six months in jail and a fine of 22,500 euros ($32,410), prosecutors said before the verdict. – catch up on this latest HEREFlamboyant fashion designer John Galliano was found guilty Thursday on charges of making anti-Semitic comments against at least three people in a Paris cafe.The French court gave him a suspended fine of 6,000 euros ($8,415) but he was not sentenced to jail time. The plaintiffs were awarded one symbolic euro each. Aurelien Hamelle, Galliano’s lawyer, told CNN he was not surprised by the verdict. He said the designer was happy it was all over and wants to put the whole episode behind him. Galliano was not present at the trial because he didn’t want to face the media, his lawyer added. The designer could have faced up to six months in jail and a fine of 22,500 euros ($32,410), prosecutors said before the verdict.
catch up on this latest HERE


NYtimes Fashion Week Coverage

    The New York Times
View Online:  Most Recent Collections   Featured Collections  Fashion & Style  from The International Herald Tribune Colorful, Digital, Virtual By SUZY MENKES So far, the spring/summer 2012 season in New York can be summed up in surreal flower prints, geometric patterns and a vibrant exploration of fabric and style. More From Suzy Menkes »
Here, Designer Zac Posen — >
View Online:

Most Recent Collections Featured Collections

Fashion & Style

and from The International Herald Tribune

So far, the spring/summer 2012 season in New York can be summed up in surreal flower prints, geometric patterns and a vibrant exploration of fabric and style.

More From Suzy Menkes »


Sketches of ‘Designer Looks’ at Fashion Week 2012

Get a  Look at some of the Fashion Designer sketches featuring their Collection at this years, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week  for Spring 2012 New York City"s, LINCOLN CENTER for THE ARTS.
Get a  Look at some of the Fashion Designer”s  sketches featured for Spring  Collection Runway Shows presently at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week  for Spring 2012, at New York City”s LINCOLN CENTER for THE ARTS.

Here’s one of them by TRACY REESE:

For spring 2012, designer Tracy Reese was inspired by a land of pure delight. ‘A feminine yet relaxed mood is achieved through the juxtaposition of romance and sport, comfort and flattery,’ she said. ‘Subtle hues of khaki and blush mixed with pastel shades of waterfall, misty blue and acqua tears gradually intensity to deep saturated tones and neon brights, making a bold splash for the transition into summer. 

If you want to see more drawings, please visit the WSJ.com website for the SLIDESHOW. Fun sketches by some of the Top pros.


Sketches for Spring 2012

Get a  Look at some of the Fashion Designer”s  sketches featured for Spring  Collection Runway Shows presently at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week  for Spring 2012, at New York City”s LINCOLN CENTER for THE ARTS.Get a  Look at some of the Fashion Designer”s  sketches featured for Spring  Collection Runway Shows presently at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week  for Spring 2012, at New York City”s LINCOLN CENTER for THE ARTS.

TRACY REESE: For spring 2012, designer Tracy Reese was inspired by a land of pure delight. ‘A feminine yet relaxed mood is achieved through the juxtaposition of romance and sport, comfort and flattery,’ she said. ‘Subtle hues of khaki and blush mixed with pastel shades of waterfall, misty blue and aqua tears gradually intensity to deep saturated tones and neon brights, making a bold splash for the transition into summer. If you want to see more drawings, please visit the WSJ.com website for the SLIDESHOW. Fun sketches by some of the Top pros.