Hey, fashion fans! As the NYFW shows have ended and there are countless other places covering the ongoing scene, I'm putting The Fashion Informer on hiatus unti the next round of shows in September. Have a wonderful summer and I'll see you in the fall.
So another New York Fashion Week has come and gone. We've seen some great fall fashion, discovered some talented newcomers and helped launch Foundation Onda, a NYFW nonprofit that benefits Safe Horizon, the largest victim's assistance organization in the country.
Below is a list of Foundation Onda's current Partners, including Narciso Rodriguez, Cynthia Rowley, Derek Lam, Ralph Rucci, Donna Karan, Christine Alcalay, Libertine, Honor and Emerson—to name just a few—and next season we hope to have even more designers, beauty brands and PR firms on board.
Here's to New York's exceedingly generous fashion community, who value the importance of doing good while looking good! And please visit Foundation Onda to learn how you can help.
I'm thrilled to announce my involvement in Foundation Onda, a non-profit founded by my friend and colleague Erin Dixon that's launching during New York Fashion Week. This season, Foundation Onda will benefit Safe Horizon, the largest victims' services agency in the United States.
Please visit the Foundation Onda website to learn more about this exciting new venture—and you can read more about it in this terrific Style.com feature. I look forward to seeing you at the shows!
Forget Polar Vortex 2: Electric Boogaloo (been there, done that, bought the snowboots). The thing that's got everyone talking is the approach of New York Fashion Week and the fall 2014 shows, which begin in a mere two weeks.
As always, I'll be covering a range of shows and presentations from designers both emerging and established—and bringing you all the behind-the-scenes scoop. Looking forward to having you along for the ride!
Welcome back! I hope you've missed me as much as I've missed you. As promised, I'm back in The Fashion Informer saddle to cover the New York Fashion Week spring 2014 shows, which kick off tomorrow and run for nine fun-filled days. (Why they still call it a "week," I do not know.)
As always, I'll be bringing you front row coverage, backstage access and behind-the-scenes scoop on fashion's biggest scene.
After six wonderful years, I'm putting TFI's daily blog coverage on hiatus for the next few months to concentrate on other creative endeavors. Thanks for making the ride so much fun, and I'll see you back here in September for the next round of New York Fashion Week shows. In the meantime, you can follow my fashion world adventures on Twitter and Facebook.