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"linda fargo" Discussed on Pop Fashion

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06:15 min | 5 months ago

"linda fargo" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Linda fargo said quote. I think we've had him at bergdorf since the mid nineteen ninety s. And as far as i'm concerned he's as much a part of the fabric of the store as the main floor chandelier adorable compliment to be compared to a lamp. I may add like you all sparkley. You are part of this building. The collection will not be available in jacob's own stores. That's this significant like they are the exclusive partner. His stores will only feature his contemporary. The marc jacobs line his street. Where line haven or his off price merchandise. I wanna read you. Ww d put out an article about his latest collection. It was by booth more. And i loved the phrasing and the setup of how they went into this collection so watched want to read you this little paragraph at said inside the library. The scene was muted. Because let's be honest you can put on a happy face designed party close and say the roaring twenty twenties or upon us but the viruses still lurking new york. Fashion is struggling. And we're all just trying to work it out while sub well really well said because it was a beautiful collection but we still have a backdrop of like this thing this thing over so lisa. I know you saw the most recent collection. What were your thoughts. I loved it so much. Even at the same time i was like mark. This is crazy but let me give you an idea auditory early since you can't look at it with us. This had a ton of over-sized geometric prince not small prints but like super sized prince. Everything about this was super size. It was big wide pants. It was sleeves that were longer than the models arms. Everything was pretty androgynous. In terms of i couldn't tell you the gender of the person wearing it and part of the reason i could not tell who was wearing it was because people tended to be covered from head to toe in fabric and it was a lot of different fabrics at once. A lot of heavy things like like what looked like tweeds and wools and also like puffer jacket pieces. That made me think of kenny from south park a little bit now the big. Yes and it was. It was truly a work of art this collection. It had what sixty two looks. It was huge and it was just it thought big while also thinking about covering bodies in a way that i have been thinking about but then like now i'm thinking about it and smart jacobs brought it up in this collection. I really really think this collection is worth looking at me too. I came away saying. I want these pieces. So it's not just that it was beautiful in its entirety. I think it's very marketable. Which is wonderful he was working with. These oversized puffer jackets. And another thing that. I wanted to point out as he had a number of looks where the models were wearing body suits that had high cutouts for the legs and then a blanket skirt so you could see like the hip bone but these blanket skirts looked so comfortable. So there is this element of it being really joyful and bright's lots of bright colors but they're still this need for comfort that i think we visually need these days because everything has been so uncertain that he kind of addressed that i appreciate it. Yeah there are a couple of looks in this collection where like granted his cost thousands of dollars. But i still looked at the shapes and the silhouettes and i was like yeah. That's what i looked like dragging a blanket around my house for half the pandemic like that percent. Yes yeah what. I looked like but i think you know. Regardless of the fact that he took off two seasons like he's back and with this double part met retrospective on american fashion coming up like. Yeah he's gonna be one of those to watch for. The next couple of months. Agreed made excited. I was like this is the joe i needed. Right now yeah about american fashion fashions coming back baby. Yeah i'm gonna put you all back in the little fashioned time machine for a minute we're gonna do the what a tv. She goes back in time and it gets all wiggly. Yeah yeah so. We mentioned on our show a few months back. That netflix has a mini series. Right now called halston. That is about the famed halston. Brand and while the designer's family may not be happy about the sexed up. Hollywood ization of the label. They hated that shit they really hated it but halston the brand is loving it and it's going straight to the bank. Sales are up six hundred thirty one percent year over year. Miniseries debut web traffic for halston dot. Com is up. I have the number thirty two hundred here. i think. That's thirty two hundred percent. Yeah and that's mostly from organic search and it's likely to get even better. In terms of sales so in august neiman. Marcus will feature the halston x net flicks capsule collection in stores. The collection debuted online in early. June on the halston site. And it's already forty percent sold holy shit. It is the first luxury designer collection. Netflix is doing and as it turns out. It happened almost by accident. According to women's wear daily the series costume designer. Jerry honest san. Juan asked the halston brand to borrow some archives visas for reference while preparing for the show that was before the pandemic and then in early twenty twenty one halston asked net flex if they would like to work together. Halston already sells evening. Wear and sports. Where through a licensing deal with group j s international. It's sold at department for about four hundred or five hundred for a full length..

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"linda fargo" Discussed on Pop Fashion

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01:40 min | 5 months ago

"linda fargo" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Jacobs is partnering with bergdorf goodman as the designers exclusive retail partner. So marc jacobs skipped the past two seasons of showing a collection which is significant. He presented his fall collection at the new york public library and projected the runway show on the building of bergdorf goodman on fifth avenue simultaneously which is pretty dope. It marks the beginning of a partnership between the designer and a store. Just a new iteration with that. Because he's been a part of that store for a long time bergdorf goodman will be the exclusive retailer to sell his runway collection. This fall it will be in stores and online and october jacobs said that the store has been a supporter of his since the mid nineteen ninety s the bergdorf goodman fashion director. Linda fargo said quote. I think we've had him at bergdorf since the mid nineteen ninety s. And as far as i'm concerned he's as much a part of the fabric of the store as the main floor chandelier adorable compliment to be compared to a lamp. I may add like you all sparkley. You are part of this building. The collection will not be available in jacob's own stores. That's this significant like they are the exclusive partner. His stores will only feature his contemporary. The marc jacobs line his street. Where line haven or his off price

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Marc Jacobs Runway Sets Bergdorf Goodman as Exclusive Retail Partner

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01:40 min | 5 months ago

Marc Jacobs Runway Sets Bergdorf Goodman as Exclusive Retail Partner

"Jacobs is partnering with bergdorf goodman as the designers exclusive retail partner. So marc jacobs skipped the past two seasons of showing a collection which is significant. He presented his fall collection at the new york public library and projected the runway show on the building of bergdorf goodman on fifth avenue simultaneously which is pretty dope. It marks the beginning of a partnership between the designer and a store. Just a new iteration with that. Because he's been a part of that store for a long time bergdorf goodman will be the exclusive retailer to sell his runway collection. This fall it will be in stores and online and october jacobs said that the store has been a supporter of his since the mid nineteen ninety s the bergdorf goodman fashion director. Linda fargo said quote. I think we've had him at bergdorf since the mid nineteen ninety s. And as far as i'm concerned he's as much a part of the fabric of the store as the main floor chandelier adorable compliment to be compared to a lamp. I may add like you all sparkley. You are part of this building. The collection will not be available in jacob's own stores. That's this significant like they are the exclusive partner. His stores will only feature his contemporary. The marc jacobs line his street. Where line haven or his off price

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"linda fargo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"linda fargo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of it and why see let's talk fashion New York City is in the throes of New York City fashion week the work best with skews me and so far we've seen everything from gold chains to egg carton slippers there been shows from fashion week staples like Tory Burch and splashy events by celebrity designers such as in dire who's currently crushing on HBO's you Florida by the way have anything. she's keeping up with Tommy Hilfiger I mean it shows the CBS Sunday morning contributor and host of the interview series at the met call the Italian a with a lean and show where she's interviewed some of fashions biggest names have your wedding there at the met I am on October twenty first come as my looks I love her quick plug you can get tickets by going to my the the link on my bio on Instagram at at the Alina chose so tickets are available the civic auditorium there seven hundred seats so please come let's talk about Tom Ford okay overs chairman for the council if that's a big fire and it's had a big impact on fashion week you know he's got this crazy impressive resume aside from being a designer and working with good she's been nominated for Academy liner award for directing so what does it mean that he is at the helm well I think it means that suddenly you know the world is taking another look at New York fashion week I mean I think historically New York has been an exciting place to show fashion but over the years it's become a little more commercial if you will and less I guess the rap it's been a little less artistic and so some of the more artistic designers have decamp to Paris which is the grandest stage of all but to bring Tom Ford back to bring him at at at the helm of the CFDA which is like the academy right of fashion I'm just means that you know he's already saying I I want you know designers to think internationally I want to shorten the schedule soon so it's no longer you know eight nine days of New York fashion week it's it's five to six days it's been condemned and which is great and I think people are just taking it a bit more seriously you know he means business Tom Ford and by the way I he made quite a splash last night showing at a decommissioned New York subway station that's where he showed his fashion show thank you know people are always trying to do something interesting and new and and fresh and Tom Ford always seems to come up with something. right that's so weird you that was one of you in my questions once upon a time all the shows are under a big tent either at night Stratton west village Warren Bryant prior car right now really interesting location Sir Tom Ford and a commission decommission subway station what have been some of the other interesting places well you know Tory Burch showed princess Diana inspired collection Sunday morning at the Brooklyn Museum you know that designers tend to like downtown locations you know I think the the it it's it's cooler right is considered cooler you know Vera **** just showed on. the Trinity place at the old Lehman Brothers building and this morning at eleven I'm either designers service it is so basically for for people like retailers and editors and and reporters like myself it just makes it a little bit harder because you're and either a subway or a new over I in uncomfortable shoes in an inappropriate day outfit like I'm wearing running around the city all day trying to get to shows but but listening it it it makes it more interesting one of the most highly anticipated shows was and diet with connection with Tommy Hilfiger that's worked together before why was this one such a hotly anticipated show first of all you know Tommy hill figure for the past seven seasons has been doing something that most designers don't do so so remember I think just for context that when the clothes you're seeing on the runway right now are for spring summer twenty twenty they will be in the stores for another six months what Tommy has done he is he said you know what I'm doing a show for the Instagram age for Gen Z. this is seen now by now so the moment these clothes hit the runway was in dire who has sixty two million followers on Instagram of you know they're available to buy you can click and by on Instagram and I was actually texting with Tommy this morning and said how's it selling you said it's doing great you know so tell me the reason why it was a big deal was because Tommy is a big name and he hasn't shown in New York in about three years he's taken his show on the road with these. now by now collections and he's partnered with people like said diet sixty one point seven million followers on Instagram Gigi Hadid the biggest model of the moment forty nine point five million followers on Instagram and these collections are selling out as a result so it was a super smart business decision and Tommy Hilfiger yes he's a designer but he's an even better businessmen and it was and she was held up town and right at the Apollo it was at the Apollo theater yes and you know he's had a long you know a long history with supporting musicians a lot of musicians have worn his clothes over the years and so it was a natural thing he has this love of the Apollo theater so it's a great place for him to show his collection Ashley Graham another model who's got a bit Gillian followers on Instagram is right on the show yes plus size models also currently quite pregnant yes how. is this idea of size inclusivity has it permeated New York fashion week in yet his big thing on Instagram it's such a big thing culturally well yes and no so Tommy showed several plus size model on his runway Ashley Graham being the biggest name. Michael course was the first to do it only a few seasons ago and I remember I was at that show it was a big deal it was a little surprising welcome but surprising at the time now everyone's doing it now does that mean that designers are actually making clothes that are bigger largely now you know you can't go to a department store and and find anything above a size fourteen maybe above a size twelve and you know seventy percent of American women are a size fourteen or above the average American woman is between a sixteen and eighteen and so you know that there was actually something which I went to last week and called the curvy con and was basically a shopping mall set up for only plus size women and plus size clothing and people came from all over the country simply because they don't have anywhere to go to shop and it's really sort of sad you know it's seventy percent of American women why are they being served as also a las business opportunity but leaving money on the table. and so I think they're finally designers are finally coming around to it it's taken a long time my guest is fashion journalist and the nature were talking at New York fashion week okay sustainability seem to be a big buzz word yes no how do we see it well I think the way I explained it to your producer was a lot of people are talking the talk not yet walking the walk yes it's a very big issue right now sustainability who's you know who isn't talking about climate change you know whether it's presidential politics are on the fashion runways however I would say only a few designers are actually walking the walk there was one designer who who I'll be honest with you so newt name escapes me showed all the entire collection one hundred looks with all recycled materials. that's not really happening the largely and I think that that's something that the industry really has to look at you know it's something that Anna Wintour had mentioned she's really watching for on the runway let's hope it happens more in the same way that I hope the designers make larger size clothing. let's talk about trends and what you've seen what it what well what's emerging well you know it's a it's first remember these clothes are for spring and summer of next year and so this year there's a lot of color up for spring and summer there typically is more color but what's interesting is that there's more color monks does hikers who don't typically show color so so right so color is a big theme this season I was speaking to Linda Fargo his it was a big way get at Bergdorf Goodman Angelique Gil heart who's a big fashion consultant and they were both talking about color but Julie mentioned something to me just a couple of minutes ago which was interesting and she said you know I'm the biggest trend honestly is diversity and she said and I don't mean on the runway I mean diversity amongst the designers themselves who are getting the spotlight so brands like higher mas like look Kwan Smith I mean these this is very very important you know we're we're not seeing you know we're we're seeing largely white men designing for a variety of women right across the spectrum and and to see a diverse group of designers is something that we've been waiting for for a long time it's finally happened little little by little who are some of the rising stars well I can only speak for my for your. that's fine okay in my opinion there are a few designers who I really like who are new there's there's a at a design house called Kate K. H. A. I. T. E. which is only been around for a couple of seasons but it's it's a design house that has a strong point of view it's well priced for luxury which I realize I like and I appreciate and it's something that a lot of the retailers and the editors are talking about as their favorite brand right now Gabrielle Hearst is a designer she is a Hearst of but she she's she's quite good and she's gone the notice of LVMH the largest fashion conglomerate they invested in her and she was only a couple of years old at that point and so she's really someone that I'm paying attention to and I like very much I happen to be wearing a Gabrielle Hearst dress today thank you with love very much thank you very much all right now long sleeve what's the material so come from our clubhouse and often I gave you a hug. okay useful Zond you'll make thank you Greg darted RTO and there's this other designer who is so fascinating I don't know how wearable his clothes. but you know Tomoko Izumi he's a Japanese designer fresh on the scene but someone who is being championed by a well known stylist Katie grand and you know it doesn't have a lot of money remember the shows are expensive to put on some Marc Jacobs actually gave him his uptown store so that he could tumble closer we could show his collection and he showed it on one model who changed during the presentation no is brilliant it was really brilliant and only showed six or seven looks I mean it's all made of tool in our dance and it's all cut the kind of look like cupcakes I guess not again not sure how wearable they are but he's someone who's on the radar of a lot of people including editors and retailers and so on so there is some excitement in New York it's coming back I think anybody surprise you anything surprise you any trend and no not not yet I'll be honest with you I haven't been to as many shows as I typically go to because I was out of town and it was work king. but working on other things but but I'm really looking forward to the next couple of shows tonight is Oscar de la Renta which I always love and I love to Mr DiLorenzo when he was still alive and and so I'm looking forward to that and then my favorite show of the entire season usually is Michael cores which is tomorrow morning at ten AM in Brooklyn and he he just has the best by the best models the best music and and he always puts on a great show he's a showman I last season he had Barry Manilow perform at the end so let's see what he does this season yeah my guest has been a lean and show she's a CBS Sunday morning contributor and host of the atelier interview series at the mat where we can get tickets for right right go to my Instagram at the elite a trip Lena thanks for stopping by.

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"linda fargo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"linda fargo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of it what have you and why see let's talk fashion New York City is in the throes of New York City fashion week the work best with skis me and so far we've seen everything from gold chains to egg carton slippers there been shows from fashion week staples like Tory Burch and splashy events by celebrity designers such as and Diana was currently crushing on HBO's you Florida by the way have you seen it. she's keeping up with Tommy Hilfiger I mean it shows the CBS Sunday morning contributor and host of the interview series at the met call the Italian a with a lean and show where she's interviewed some of fashions biggest names have your wedding there at the met I am on October twenty first come as my looks I love her quick plug you can get tickets by going to my the the link on my bio on Instagram at at the Alina chose so tickets are available the civic auditorium there seven hundred seats so please come let's talk about Tom Ford okay overs chairman for the council if that's a big fire and it's had a big impact on fashion week you know he's got this crazy impressive resume aside from being a designer and working with cheese been nominated for Academy liner award for directing so what does it mean that he is at the helm well I think it means that suddenly you know the world is taking another look at New York fashion week I mean I think historically New York has been an exciting place to show fashion but over the years it's become a little more commercial if you will and less I guess the rap it's been a little less artistic and so some of the more artistic designers have decamp to Paris which is the grandest stage of all but to bring Tom Ford back to bring him at at at the helm of the CFDA which is like the academy range of fashion I'm just means that you know he's already saying I I want you know designers to think internationally I want to shorten the schedule soon so it's no longer you know eight nine days of New York fashion week it's it's five to six days it's been condemned and which is great and I think people are just taking it a bit more seriously you know he means business Tom Ford and by the way I he made quite a splash last night showing at a de commissioned New York subway station that's where he showed his fashion show last night you know people are always trying to do something interesting and new and and fresh and Tom Ford always seems to come up with something. right that's so weird you that was one of you in my questions once upon a time all the shows are under a big tent either at night Stratton west village or in Bryant prior car right now really interesting location Sir Tom Ford and a commission decommission subway station what have been some of the other interesting places well you know Tory Burch showed princess Diana inspired collection Sunday morning at the Brooklyn Museum you know that designers tend to like downtown locations you know I think the the it's it's it's cooler items considered cooler you know Vera **** just showed on. the Trinity place at the old Lehman Brothers building and this morning at eleven I'm either designers are busy so basically for for people like retailers and editors and and reporters like myself it just makes it a little bit harder because you're and either a subway or a new over I in uncomfortable shoes in an inappropriate day outfit like if we're going to visit. running around the city all day trying to get to shows but but listening it it it makes it more interesting one of the most highly anticipated shows was and diet was connection with Tommy Hilfiger that's worked together before why was this one such a hotly anticipated show first of all you know Tommy hill figure for the past seven seasons has been doing something that most designers don't do so so remember I think just for context that when the clothes you're seeing on the runway right now are for spring summer twenty twenty they will be in the stores for another six months what Tommy has done he is he said you know what I'm doing a show for the Instagram age for Gen Z. this is seen now by now so the moment these clothes hit the runway was in dire who has sixty two million followers on Instagram of you know they're available to buy you can click and by on Instagram and I was actually texting with Tommy this morning and said how's it selling you said it's doing great you know so tell me the reason why it was a big deal was because Tommy is a big name and he hasn't shown in New York in about three years he's taken his show on the road with these obscene now by now collections and he's partnered with people like send diet sixty one point seven million followers on Instagram Gigi Hadid the biggest model of the moment forty nine point five million followers on Instagram and these collections are selling out as a result so it was a super smart business decision and Tommy Hilfiger yes he's a designer but he's an even better businessmen and it was initially was held up town and right at the Apollo it was at the Apollo theater yes and you know he's had a long you know a long history with supporting musicians a lot of musicians have worn his clothes over the years and so it was a natural thing he has this love of the Apollo theater so it's a great place for him to show his collection Ashley Graham another model who's got a bit Gillian followers on Instagram is right one of the show yes plus size models Jessica. currently quite pregnant yes is this idea of size inclusivity has it permeated New York fashion week it yet just big thing on Instagram it's such a big thing culturally well yes and no so Tommy showed several plus size model on his runway Ashley Graham being the biggest name. Michael course was the first to do it only a few seasons ago and I remember I was at that show it was a big deal it was a little surprising welcome but surprising at the time now everyone's doing it now does that mean that designers are actually making clothes that are bigger largely now you know you can't go to a department store and and find anything above a size fourteen maybe above a size twelve and you know seventy percent of American women are a size fourteen or above the average American woman is between a sixteen and eighteen and so you know that there was actually something which I went to last week and called the curvy con and was basically a shopping mall set up for only plus size women and plus size clothing and people came from all over the country simply because they don't have anywhere to go to shop and it's really sort of sad you know it's seventy percent of American women why are they being served as also a las business opportunity but leaving money on the table. and so I think they're finally designers are finally coming around to it it's taken a long time my guest is fashion journalist and Lena chamber talk about New York fashion week okay sustainability seem to be a big buzz word yes no how do we see it well I think the way I I explained it to your producer was a lot of people are talking the talk not yet walking the walk yes it's a very big issue right now sustainability who's you know who isn't talking about climate change you know whether it's presidential politics are on the fashion runways however I would say only a few designers are actually walking the walk there was one designer who who I'll be honest with you so newt name escapes me showed all the entire collection one hundred looks with all recycled materials. that's not really happening the largely and I think that that's something that the industry really has to look at you know it's something that Anna Wintour had mentioned she's really watching for on the runway let's hope it happens more in the same way that I hope the designers make larger size clothing. let's talk about trends and what you've seen what it what well what's emerging well you know it's it's first remember these clothes are for spring and summer of next year and so this year there's a lot of color up for spring and summer there typically is more color but what's interesting is that there's more color monks does hikers who don't typically show color so so right so color is a big theme this season I was speaking to Linda Fargo his it was a big way get at Bergdorf Goodman and Julie Gil heart who's a big fashion consultant and they were both talking about color but Julie mentioned something to me just a couple of minutes ago which was interesting and she said you know I think the biggest trend honestly is diversity and she said and I don't mean on the runway I'm mean diversity amongst the designers themselves who are getting the spotlight so brands like higher mas like look Kwan Smith I mean these this is very very important you know we're we're not seeing you know we're we're seeing largely white men designing for a variety of women right across the spectrum and and to see a diverse group of designers is something that we've been waiting for for a long time it's finally happened little little by little who are some of the rising stars well I can only speak for my for your. that's fine okay in my opinion I'm there are a few designers who I really like your new there's there's a at a design house called Kate K. H. A. I. T. E. which is only been around for a couple of seasons but it's it's a design house that has a strong point of view it's well priced for luxury which I relax I like and I appreciate and it's something that a lot of the retailers and the editors are talking about as their favorite brand right now Gabrielle Hearst is a designer she is a Hearst of but she she's she's quite good and she's gone the notice of LVMH the largest fashion conglomerate they invested in her and she was only a couple of years old at that point and so she's really someone that I'm paying attention to and I like very much I happen to be wearing a Gabrielle Hearst dress today thank you with love very much thank you very much. no longer leave with some tears so come from our love how soft and I give you a hug. okay useful sanju holding thank you Greg darted RTO and there's this other designer who is so fascinating I don't know how wearable his clothes. but you know Tomoko Izumi he's a Japanese designer fresh on the scene but someone who is being championed by a well known stylist Katie grand and you know it doesn't have a lot of money remember the shows are expensive to put on some Marc Jacobs actually gave him his uptown store so that he could tell macos in we could show his collection and he showed it on one model who changed during the presentation now is brilliant it was really brilliant and only showed six or seven looks I mean it's all made of tool in our dance and it's all cut the kind of look like cupcakes I guess not again not sure how wearable they are but he's someone who's on the radar of a lot of people including editors and retailers and so on so there is some excitement in New York it's coming back I think anybody surprise you anything surprise you any trend and no not not yet I'll be honest with you I haven't been to as many shows as I typically go to because I was out of town and it was work king. but working on other things but but I'm really looking forward to the next couple of shows tonight as Oscar de la Renta which I always love and I love to Mr DiLorenzo when he was still alive and and so I'm looking forward to that.

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