The world’s most expensive dresses, a postman designs for Hermes…
The world’s most expensive dresses, a postman designs for Hermes, Betsey Johnson and her daughter are adorable and recaps of Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks!
Let’s start this week off with something so luxurious, so high-priced that only the multi-billionaires of the world can afford it – Debbie Wingham‘s $5.7 million black diamond dress. While this isn’t the most expensive dress listed, it’s definitely one of the most beautiful shown.
… and speaking of diamonds. Aren’t the Russians lucky to find an asteroid crater that contains $1 quadrillion worth of diamonds? I’ve decided that I’m forgoing all other vacations, until I’ve explored every other crater out there…
On the topic of jewels, if you are an Ippolita fan, check out her new flagship store in New York!
With leather being one of the hottest trends for fall, everything seems to be getting “leatherized”, including scarves. In this case, I think “bandit chic” is the appropriate term.
While we’re on the subject of neck wear, meet the nighttime postal worker who designs Hermes scarves during the day.
In super fun news, Betsey Johnson‘s daughter, Lulu, is starting her own clothing line with her best friend Allison. Not surprisingly, it will be called “Lulu and Allison“. Still, make sure to watch the video below, as mother and daughter are so adorable!
In sad news, Imelda Marcos‘ shoe collection is ruined.
Milan Fashion Week
- 20 of the most spectacular dresses
- Celestial harnesses at Giorgio Armani
- Conquistador dresses at Dolce & Gabbana
- Red heels at Moschino
- Barcode stripes
- Moody hues
- Floral appliques at Prada
- Toe sock shoes at Prada
- Franceso Scognamiglio‘s rhinestone birds
- Soda Tops dress at No. 21
- Pastel python dress at Gucci
- Roberto Cavalli and Dsquared2
- Le Samourai
- Missoni, Marni and Dolce & Gabbana
- Jil Sander, Bottega Veneta and Fendi
- Moschino and Versace
- Prada and Emporio Armani
- Gucci and Alberta Ferretti
Paris Fashion Week
Below are the hottest of what has come out of Paris Fashion week – and it’s not just about the trends. Check out the trendiest bars and clubs PFW-goers graced in their off time.