Trendy couture: the Cape


From left: cape dresses at Giambattista Valli, Alexis Mabille, and Stephane Rolland.
Photo courtesy: of The Cut

Tom Ford made the crossover by dressing Gwyneth Paltrow in a chic white CAPE for the Oscar’s in 2012. The cape trend has made it’s statement because the trend was seen all over the runways. I bet this trend will make it’s way into mainstream with minor cape like features on dresses, jackets, and other outfits.

Are you a fan of the Cape? Tell me your thoughts!

The Cut’s “Cinemagraph” Series

The Cut’s “Cinemagraph” series might be the coolest thing that I have seen online in a while. The Cut comissened Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg the duo behind .The series features some of the Cut’s favorite fashion people in a series of animated portraits. You can check out their series below.

Jenna Lyons sketching in her downtown New York Office.

Cyrstal Renn Dance on the F Train

Joe Zee multitask in a Cab

Stunning dress from Elie Sab

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“Lebanese designer Elie Saab has long been a leading name in haute couture in the Middle East, where his romantic, crystal-encrusted gowns attracted princesses to his Beirut atelier, opened in 1982 when he was just 18 years old. His ready-to-wear line, which launched in 1998 in Milan, heralds the same feminine aesthetic as his couture dresses, with brightly colored silks, chiffons, pearl beading, and embroidered lace. With their Middle Eastern detailing and European sensibility, Saab gowns are also at home on the Hollywood red carpet; Halle Berry famously wore one to pick up her Academy Award in 2002.” (TheCut)


The choices behind the fashion of Beyonce’s Latest Album

Beyoncé wearing a dress by FIT student Leah Rae. Photo: Courtesy of Columbia Records


In Beyonce’s latest album she is seen wearing unknown fashion designers work.Why?  Beyonce’s creative director Jenke-Ahmed Tailly exsplains that  “It was important to Beyoncé that the choice of clothing not be about the brand but about the quality of the work.” (The Cut)

Can be read fully at the Cut at this link below.