Calvin Klein’s star-studded fashion show Thursday night referenced America and Hollywood, which I guess explains why designer Raf Simons decided to litter his post-apocalyptic barnyard set with tons and tons of popcorn — 50,000 gallons of it. Popcorn covered the entire floor of the American Stock Exchange, where Simons’ third
Carol Alt, one of the original ’80s supermodels with more than 500 magazine covers to her name, says industry-instituted protections for models are long overdue. “My agency gave me the best advice: Don’t go with anybody unless it comes through us and we’ve vetted them,” the 57-year-old tells the Post
Say a prayer, folks. “Fashion Week is dead.” That’s the pronouncement of Shaun Ross, the outspoken model-turned-singer who gained fame as the first male albino catwalk star. “It really is dead,” the pansexual strutter tells The Post at LaQuan Smith’s runway show on Wednesday. “I could care less about the
Who let the dogs out? Downtown’s Gauntlett Cheng, an underground brand beloved by Kim Kardashian and Rihanna, sent eight pooches down the catwalk for its Sunday Fashion Week show. Dog-loving label leaders Esther Gauntlett and Jenny Cheng presented their latest gender-bending collection titled “Happy and Healthy” at St. Mark’s Church-in-the-Bowery.
Jenna Lyons has over 8,000 Instagram followers and no posts — which might be the perfect metaphor for this moment in the style star’s career. “I can see what’s going on in the world, but I don’t want to know how many likes I have,” the former president and executive
The cast of “Black Panther” may be the coolest people on the planet — but they’re not afraid to nerd out in bowling shoes. “We’re totally family,” star Danai Gurira tells The Post. “Even when we were working very intense hours shooting, we would find ways to have fun. From
Remember the good old days of Fashion Week, when PETA protesters would bum-rush the runway and throw cream pies at Anna Wintour’s fur coat? Animal lovers brought a little bit of that magic back at Marc Jacobs’ Wednesday night show. Animal-rights activists marched to the Park Avenue Armory uptown, carrying