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Participant’s Laura Kim Named Executive Vice President of Marketing

Participant’s Laura Kim has been promoted to executive vice president of marketing. The seven-year-veteran of the company had previously served as a senior vice president in film marketing. She will continue to report to the company’s worldwide marketing president Christina Kounelias. “Laura has become a good friend and trusted colleague for the past five years […]
Tags: News, Laura, Christina Kounelias, Participant Media, Laura Kim


Oscar De La Renta Alibi Eau de Parfum

In April 2021, OSCAR DE LA RENTA presents the first fragrance designed for the house by co-creative directors Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim. “Our vision for the Alibi fragrance was to express the evolution of the Oscar de la Renta woman, and the duality of her modern femininity: chic and sensual yet empowered,” Laura Kim says. “The world evolves, and Oscar always told us to evolve with it... Read full article: Oscar De La Renta Alibi Eau de Parfum from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazi...
Tags: Fashion, Oscar de la Renta, Fragrantica Perfumes, Fernando Garcia, Laura Kim, Oscar De La Renta Alibi Eau de Parfum


Comment on kachumber cooler by Laura Kim

I was also shocked about Floyd’s passing. Thank you for posting this recipe – may the recipes and vibrancy of Tabla live on in his honor. XO
Tags: Food, Floyd, Laura Kim


Monse cast 30 dogs to showcase its new puppy-and-me collection

Since launching their label in 2015, Monse designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia have found innovative ways to bring casual chic to sculptural suiting, season after season. Their pre-fall ’19 collection was no exception, featuring a patchwork motif and elegantly re-contextualized bandana print. But on top of the usual rebellious fun, the duo bow-wowed their...
Tags: Fashion, Monse, Fernando Garcia, Laura Kim


Alberta Ferretti, Gareth Pugh, & Giles Deacon Design Costumes For The NYCB

It's that time of year again. Well, a special time of year at least. And no, we're not talking about Halloween (or are we?).The New York City Ballet 's fall fashion gala is upon us and the Sarah Jessica Parker-conceived event is continuing to serve its purpose of blending the worlds of fashion and dance in the name of spectacle. In its seventh run, the night not only sees the world premiere of new choreography for the NYCB's fall season but also a carefully curated selection of designers who'v...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Tel Aviv, Paris, Gucci, Valentino, Hedi Slimane, Sarah Jessica Parker, NYCB, New York City Ballet, Giles, Sharon Eyal, Kyle Abraham, Monse, Virgil Abloh


The 2018 CFDA Award Nominees Are Here

Earlier this month, the Council of Fashion Designers of America announced that, for the first time in its 37-year history, the CFDA Awards — the annual ceremony often thought of as the Oscars of fashion — will take place at the Brooklyn Museum with Insecure’s Issa Rae, the first female host in six years, emceeing the night. And now we have a good idea who will be in attendance on this memorable occasion. On Thursday, the CFDA announced its nominees for the 2018 CFDA Awards with Candice Huffine,...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Thom Browne, Diane Von Furstenberg, Tom Ford, Joan, Mary Kate Olsen, Geoffrey Beene, Ashley, Narciso Rodriguez, CFDA, Donatella Versace, Raf Simons, Brooklyn Museum, Simons, Pyer Moss


New York City Ballet Puts High-Fashion Costumes In Motion

There's a rumble in the industry, and it sounds a lot like a fashion crowd who craves more than just clothes that walk down a runway. Some would go as far to say that New York Fashion Week is dead, but if you look to other parts of the city, you'll find that twice a year, fashion unfolds on an even bigger stage. We're talking about the David H. Koch theater at Lincoln Center, where each season, a handful of designers create costumes for the New York City Ballet, giving choreographers the opport...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Paris, Lincoln Center, Dries Van Noten, Sarah Jessica Parker, NYCB, New York City Ballet, Lauren Lovette, Justin Peck, Oscar de la Renta, Jonathan Saunders, George Balanchine, David H Koch, Monse


The Blazer Gets A Remix For Spring

Blazers are undeniably having a moment right now. As feminism goes more and more mainstream, the sartorial symbols of female empowerment are getting re-examined and served back to us on the runways. The power suit, once reserved for the women working their way up the corporate ladder (paired with sneakers and scrunchy socks on the commute and pumps once you get to the office), has been dissected and now the blazer is a must-have piece in any closet, as essential as Stan Smith sneakers were a fe...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kendall Jenner, Stan Smith, Alexander Wang, Monse, Dion Lee, Fernando Garcia, Demna, Peter White Getty, Laura Kim, Edward James Indigital


Your Collection Of Funky, '70s-Era Sunglasses Just Got Bigger

Everybody says the '90s are trending. But what about the '70s? Disco? Studio 54? The colorful era is by no means forgotten — with help, in part, by the rise in vintage — but capturing the true vibe of the decade doesn't stop at recycled band tees. There are suede boots, fringe vests, sailor caps, bell bottoms, and so many more elements to splurge on. But look no further than Monse 's latest premiere for the perfect place to start. The New York-based brand debuted an eyewear collaboration at its...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Japan, New York, Kim, Fernando, Garcia, Laura, Monse, Tracy Reese, Fernando Garcia, Laura Kim, Renzo Rosso, Jeff Press of Morgenthal Frederics, Morgenthal Frederic, Monse Monse


Raf Simons Made History At The 2017 CFDA Awards

If the 2017 CFDA Awards belonged to anyone, it was Raf Simons. The Belgian fashion designer, who was announced as chief creative officer of Calvin Klein in August, received both Menswear Designer of The Year and Womenswear Designer of The Year, an achievement that's only occurred once before — by Calvin Klein himself in 1993.Since taking on his role, Simons' influence has been heavily felt not just at Calvin Klein, but on American fashion as a whole. His debut womenswear collection in February ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Australia, America, Calvin Klein, Anna Wintour, Vogue Italia, Geoffrey Beene, Rick Owens, Kenneth Cole, Francesco, CFDA, Rammstein, Raf Simons, Pat McGrath, Franca


Why Fashion Is Finally Favoring Designers Over "Celebrities"

Laura Kim was a star student at Pratt Institute. “She could do no wrong,” admitted fellow Pratt classmate and designer Adam Selman to The New York Times . “Teacher’s pet in the best possible way: the perfect draper, perfect sketcher, won all the awards.” She received scholarships from Fashion Group International and the CFDA — and then went on to intern at TSE Cashmere, Donna Karan, and eventually, Oscar de la Renta, where she took on a full-time job in 2003. She rose from design assista...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, New York Times, Paris, Dvf, Jesus, Calvin Klein, Kardashian, Kim, Miuccia Prada, Donna Karan, Chanel, Johnny Coca, John Galliano, Gucci


Emma Watson's New Instagram Is Dedicated To Her Sustainable Wardrobe

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Tags: Europe, London, News, Instagram, Paris, Italy, Brazil, Peru, Watson, Stella Mccartney, Emma Watson, Belle, Vermont, Huffington Post, Louis Vuitton, Jamie Feldman


Oscar de la Renta and Monse triumph with joint show

Tonight’s highly anticipated double fashion show featuring Monse and Oscar de la Renta was a win-win. With design duo Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia now at the helm of both buzzy brands (they started their careers under Mr. de la Renta and left to launch their celeb-favorite brand Monse two years ago), the star-studded front...
Tags: Fashion, Oscar de la Renta, Monse, Fernando Garcia, Laura Kim, Mr de la Renta


Everything To Know Before Fashion Month Kicks Off

You know the drill: New York Fashion Week rolls around and kicks off a four-week relay on both sides of the Atlantic (with a pit stop in Los Angeles first this time around). This is routine for seasoned industry players — but the last few years have involved a number of shake-ups to the status quo. We've seen a handful of brands diverge from the tried-and-true, season-ahead runway show in favor of presentations or private viewings, with some test-driving the whole "see now, buy now" approach. I...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Music, New York, Instagram, California, Los Angeles, Kanye West, West, Atlantic, Hillary Clinton, Paris, Italy, Calvin Klein, Kim, Fashion Week


What Was Ivanka Telling Us With That White Pantsuit?

Hillary Clinton arrived at Donald Trump’s inauguration this morning clad in a white pantsuit, reminiscent of the one that she wore as she accepted the Democratic nomination for president. It was no arbitrary color. White was the color of the American suffragette movement, and Hillary’s decision to wear it on that night in July was a powerful nod to the women who fought the hard battles on our march to equality. So when she chose it again for the inauguration, it also felt symbolic: It was as if...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Planned Parenthood, White House, America, Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Republican, Donald Trump, Megyn Kelly, Sunday Times, Hillary, Clinton, Trump, Ivanka, Ivanka Trump


The Headlines That Defined Fashion In 2016

Well, 2016 was certainly something. It was a noteworthy year across various industries, including politics, entertainment, fashion, and tech, with connections between fields deepening in fascinating and sometimes surprising ways.Take, for example, how the relationship between Hollywood and high fashion got scrutinized, as various celebrities, stylists, and designers spoke out about the sizeism that can decide who gets to wear what on the red carpet. Then, as the U.S. election weighed heavier on...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Music, New York, Hollywood, Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, Instagram, Rihanna, California, Washington Post, White House, Africa, Los Angeles, Nike, Adidas


Laura Kim Will Be Allowed To Begin Work For Oscar De La Renta, Despite Lawsuit

Update: The judge presiding over the Carolina Herrera vs. Oscar de la Renta case has lifted the preliminary injunction that bars designer Laura Kim from starting work with de la Renta, WWD reports.In a statement, de la Renta said, "We are pleased with the court’s decision today to reverse the temporary restraining order that prevented Laura Kim from returning to our company where she worked for over 12 years before being recruited by Carolina Herrera. We look forward to returning on Jan. 10, 20...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kim, Laura, Oscar de la Renta, Renta, Herrera, Kress, Carolina Herrera, Laura Kim, Mrs Herrera


Carolina Herrera and Oscar de la Renta Clash Over Young Talent

The two fashion houses are engaged in a drama-filled conflict over Laura Kim, a young fashion designer.
Tags: News, Kim, Carolina, Oscar de la Renta, Herrera, Fashion and apparel, Carolina Herrera, Laura Kim


Juicy Lawsuit Alert: Carolina Herrera Is Trying To Keep Laura Kim From Working At Oscar De La Renta

One of the most illustrious houses in American fashion is suing another.
Tags: Fashion, Law, Oscar de la Renta, Fashion Law, Carolina Herrera, Laura Kim, Lawsuit of the Day


Here's Why Carolina Herrera Is Suing Oscar De La Renta

The fashion world is dark and full of terrors. To whit: A new lawsuit alleges that an executive tried to push Carolina Herrera out of creative control, failed, and then left to work for Oscar de la Renta.Page Six reports that Laura Kim rejected a $1 million offer from CEO Francois Kress to become the house's creative director last July. According to Kim's attorney Neil Capobianco, she felt that Herrera would never relinquish her creative control over the company named for her. That's because Kr...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kim, Laura, Herrera, Kress, De la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Laura Kim


Vision of a Asteroid Belt Astronomical Telescope and hypertelescopes

Physics Today has a speculative article that proposes that laser light be used to shape and polish an asteroid to high optical standards. This could create an Asteroid Belt Astronomical Telescope (ABAT). The Asteroid Belt Astronomical Telescope (ABAT) focuses light from laser-polished asteroids onto dual imaging arrays above and below the solar system; other intense laser pulses maneuver the arrays to different locations, thus allowing ABAT to point at multiple celestial targets. Asteroid ablat...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Science, Future, Physics, Innovation, Lasers, Asteroids, Neptune, Telescopes, Physics Today, Jupiters, Laura Kim


A Shifting Oscar de la Renta Gave Us Some Solid Casual Wedding Dress Options 

The normally consistent Oscar de la Renta show was a bit off this year, likely owing to the fact that the design house is between designers—Peter Copping stepped down in July, and Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia, of buzzy New York-based label Monse, will step in for the Fall 2017 collection. Read more...
Tags: Fashion, New York, News, Wedding Dresses, Weddings, New York Fashion Week, Oscar de la Renta, NYFW, Monse, Fernando Garcia, Laura Kim, Peter Copping


How Two Former Oscar De La Renta Interns Turned Designers Scored The Roles Of A Lifetime

Photo: Getty Images/Slaven Vlasic. Monse may only be three seasons young, but it can already pack a New York Fashion Week venue. The buzz surrounding designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia and their contemporary label certainly got a boost from last week's announcement that they would be taking over the reigns at Oscar de la Renta (the house that trained them professionally) come fall '17, but their solo project has become its own subject of widespread acclaim. (Selena Gomez, Sarah Jessica ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Customers, Oscar, Calvin Klein, Kim, Kate, Donna Karan, Tommy Hilfiger, Amal Clooney, Alexander Mcqueen, Gucci, Young, Fernando, Gigi Hadid


All The Things That'll Be Different This Fashion Month

Each time fashion season arrives, there's somehow more up in the air than seasons past. It seems like we've seen every fathomable mutation of a runway show or presentation by now, doesn't it? Yet designers and brands continue to tinker with the tried and true (and some might say tired) formats of both showing and selling clothes. Tons of designers are trying "See now, buy now" models," while others are eschewing the the typical wholesale and retailer setup in favor of a direct-to-consumer model...
Tags: Hong Kong, Topshop, Fashion, Music, New York, Hollywood, London, Rihanna, America, Kanye West, West, Ford, Gigi, New York Times, Paris, Preston


Oscar De La Renta's New Co-Creative Directors Are Monse's Laura Kim & Fernando Garcia

In a welcome homecoming, Monse designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia will return to Oscar de la Renta as co-creative directors, The New York Times reports. The duo will replace Peter Copping, who left the company after less than two years in July.Kim and Garcia both worked with de la Renta before his passing, with Kim serving the role of design director and Garcia as a design assistant and celebrity wrangler, the Times reports. Both started at the house as interns. They were passed over with...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York Times, Selena Gomez, Kim, Times, Garcia, Laura, Oscar de la Renta, CFDA, De la Renta, Monse, Sonia Rykiel, Alex Bolen, Fernando Garcia, Laura Kim


Designer Spotlight: Monse

The design house with the dreamiest deconstructed pieces. Monse Founders Laura Kim and Fernando Garcias (source: Elle) The next installment of our Designer Spotlight series is here! Today, we're going to explore design house Monse. Haven't heard of them? That's OK - if you're a fashion girl, you'll want to keep reading.Fashion week for me means scrolling through the Vogue Runway app, looking through the day’s collections, and pinning my favorite looks. While doing my rounds for the Spring 2016...
Tags: Fashion, College, Designers, New York Times, Vogue, Selena Gomez, Kim, Garcia, Bergdorf Goodman, CFDA, Fashion Tips, Brandon Maxwell, Monse, Fernando Garcia, Laura Kim, White Shirt


Here's Who Won Big At The 2016 CFDA Awards

As far as awards shows go, it doesn't get bigger than the CFDA Awards for the fashion industry. And so tonight's event, hosted by Joel McHale and held (for a change of scenery) at Hammerstein Ballroom, was pretty much the biggest night of the year for people in the business. So, who walked away victorious from the unofficial Oscars for the style set?The toniest award, arguably, is the Womenswear Designer of the Year category. Marc Jacobs beat out Joseph Altuzarra, Proenza Schouler's Jack...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Ansel Elgort, Beyonce, Thom Browne, Broad City, Ashley Olsen, Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer, Alexa Chung, Diane Von Furstenberg, Calvin Klein, Kate, Donna Karan, Joel Mchale, Marc Jacobs


Selena Gomez Wears Almost 100K Swarovski Crystals Onstage

Selena Gomez didn't get the nickname Slaylena for nothing. Just witness the star's first night of her Revival Tour: Not only did the songstress debut a new song and a great show, but she did so in (predictably) spectacular and very sparkly fashion.To ensure she'd light up the opening number of her concert, Gomez stepped onto the stage in a bedazzled catsuit featuring almost 100,000 (!) Swarovski crystals. The custom bodysuit, which is peppered with 96,480 individual crystals, to be preci...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Instagram, Selena Gomez, Karl Lagerfeld, Tara Lipinski, Swarovski, Jessica Jones, Sarah Jessica Parker, Garcia, Gomez, CFDA, Slaylena, Vogue Australia, Carolina Herrera


15 Up-&-Coming Designers That Are About To Be It

The fashion industry as a whole is in an undeniable state of transition — major fashion houses are playing musical chairs with creative directors, consumers are getting confused over the fact that it takes six months for products to become available (at which point, it's not even exciting or new anymore), and luxury designers are growing fatigued trying to keep up with a speedy cycle that barely leaves room for creativity. It's difficult to know what exactly that all means for the future of the ...
Tags: New York, London, Gucci, Pacific Northwest, Dries Van Noten, Lvmh, New York Fashion Week, Olsen, Moschino, Parris, Deborah Roberts, Köche, Alexander Lewis, Monse, Sies Marjan, Sander Lak