At the recent premiere of That Awkward Moment in Los Angeles, Zac Efron’s co-star, Imogen Poots, stole the show wearing a stunning black dress that featured an uber plunging neckline and low back.
In local news, Fashion Group International presented “The Tastemakers” in New Orleans this past Thursday. The evening centered on businesswoman Bonnie Broel, who received the Lifetime Achievement Award from FGI in 1992, as she shared her contributions to the fashion industry and gave a personal tour of the House of Broel Fashion Museum.
The highly anticipated Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week kicked off Thursday and runs Feb. 6-13 in New York at Lincoln Center with top designers Nicholas K, BCBG Max Azria, and Raoul beginning the week.
In honor of the Super Bowl XLVIII, Bloomingdale’s, CFDA, and the NFL put together a team of designers to design and auction off 48 haute couture helmets for the Fashion Touchdown. The net proceeds from the auction will benefit the NFL Foundation.
Speaking of football and fashion, Green Bay Packer’s running back, Eddie Lacy, showed up to the NFL Honors Awards dressed to impress in his sharp houndstooth sports coat. Living in Louisiana, we don’t normally like the pattern but some people, like Lacy, just pull it off better than others (cough, cough Alabama).
In shopping news, Australian fashion label, Sass & Bide created a first-of-its-kind interactive showroom called “Freetown.” In a 360 degree room, online buyers can click on a variety of items to purchase. It’s a unique way to see not only a multitude of complete looks, but also how flawlessly Brazilian model Aline Weber pulls off over a dozen different styles.
The history of the necktie is as rich and colorful as the patterns that adorn them. Designers, actors and royalty in the 1920s and 1930s left a distinctive stamp on the tie that gives the modern man the opportunity