Category: Runway

J.Crew Casts Non-Model Models This NYFW

We at Omvogue are all about the democratization of fashion, and from the way things are going, our friends over at J. Crew are too. For their Fall 2017 collection, which showed at Spring Studios this weekend, the brand cast real people to model the clothes rather than professionals. Some of them were actors, some…

From Trashy to Flashy: Moschino and Gucci Surprise with Dramatic Fashion

Just two days in, Milan Fashion Week is shaping up to be a battle of the brands. With increasing economic and cultural shifts creating all sorts of unexpected challenges for the world’s most famous luxury labels, designers in Italy—who exist in their own especially competitive environment—are responding with some powerful collections. Gucci’s Alessandro Michele, responsible…

Jasmine Tookes Debuts $3 Million Fantasy Bra at the 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

Could this year’s Fantasy Bra be anymore dazzling? Jasmine Tookes hit the runway wearing the one-of-a-kind creation at the 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in Paris today, and we couldn’t look away. The piece—which was designed by jewelry designer Eddie Borgo—is valued at $3 million and adorned with more than 9,000 precious gems from AWMouzannar…

The Top 6 Colors You’ll See Everywhere This Spring

After a winter of drab grays, dark coats and navy, we’re craving color. For a pick-me-up, look no further than the spring/summer 2016 shows that wrapped last fall. We combed each runway and pinpointed the top colors that were most prevalent among the collections. For spring, designers gravitated toward autumnal shades, like tomato, spruce, tangerine,…

Riccardo Tisci Leaves Givenchy

It’s the end of an era: Italian designer Riccardo Tisci has parted ways with Givenchy. According to WWD, the innovator officially left the French house on Jan. 31 after 12 years with the brand. Tisci’s last collections at Givenchy were fall-winter 2017 menswear and fall 2017 couture, which were both shown at the National Library…

Where to Place Your Patches Like a Cool Girl

It’s common practice for designers to look back to the past in order to design for the future. Take last year’s all-consuming ’70s movement as proof. But while some time-travel as far back as the renaissance, others have found their childhood to be more than sufficient in supplying ample inspiration (Marc Jacobs has often used…