The Butterfly Effect

Nothing says spring more than butterflies. While I’m not as wild about them as Mariah Carey, I have noticed butterflies are this year’s flower. They are everywhere in fashion! From shoes, to bags, to dresses, butterflies are free to fly.

Here are just a handful ways to add some colorful butterfly wings to your life.

Today's Fashion Headlines: Donatella for Givenchy, Refinery29 Expanding, Schiaparelli's New Design Director

Donatella Versace Starring in Givenchy Ads Donatella Versace will appear in Givenchy’s fall-winter 2015 campaign. Designer Riccardo Tisci made the announcement on Instagram with an image of the two and a caption saying, “So proud and honored to introduce my new ultimate icon.” Tisci also noted the “Givenchy Family Campaign” would be coming soon. Rumored collaborators include Carine Roitfeld …

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Today's Fashion Headlines: Lemaire for Uniqlo, Nordstrom & Piece & Co. Collection, John Fairchild Remembered

Lemaire Designing Line for Uniqlo Uniqlo has announced it has partnered with French fashion brand Lemaire to design men’s and women’s collections for its stores. The Japanese fast-fashion brand said the new line is set to launch this fall. Lemaire designers Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran said they have always wanted to collaborate with the brand. …

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Christian Lacroix Designs Costumes for "Le Palais de Cristal"

Christian Lacroix has designed the costumes for “Le Palais de Cristal,” for his latest chapter with his relationship with the Paris National Opera. The ballet was created by George Balanchine in 1947 which is being reprised in May. The costumes will follow the four movements of ballet, each part featuring one specific color: red, green, …

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The Life of a Style Icon: Daphne Guiness Exhibit Opens at The Museum at FIT

With the enormous success of the Alexander McQueen exhibition on display at the Met, chronicling the game changing contributions the late designer made to the fashion world, fashion exhibits may be making new strides as culturally relevant experiences. At least that what we’re hoping for from The Museum at FIT’s latest exhibit, featuring one of …

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