HAUTE NEW YORK?: The idea of designers forsaking their homelands to show a collection elsewhere is nothing new. Giorgio Armani, Miuccia Prada, Helmut Lang, Alexander McQueen and Nicolas Ghesquière have all taken their wares to foreign turf at different times. Only the couture has remained planted steadfastly on French soil. But Karl Lagerfeld may be about to change that. Sources in Paris say Lagerfeld is considering showing his fall couture collection in New York during the September ready-to-wear season. The move would make sense for Lagerfeld: not only was he concerned by the dearth of top American editors at January’s couture, but he has long proclaimed that fashion must always keep moving. And we thought he was talking philosophically. Lagerfeld was unavailable for comment.
CATHERINE’S CLOTHES CALL: Resort, a restaurant and lounge slated to open May 24 in East Hampton on Three Mile Road, has enlisted Catherine Malandrino to design the haunt’s staff uniforms. Malandrino, who also designed tops for the Simon Kitchen and Bar at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, will outfit female staffers in white satin minis and stone-colored wrap tops with satin trim and short kimono-style sleeves. Considering that the watering hole — featuring a VIP room, outdoor patio and late-night dining — is expected to attract its fair share of East End cocktail-sipping hotties, it might be difficult to differentiate between those who sip and those who serve.
Steve Aoki held a presentation, a runway show and outdoor concert for his men's line Dim Mak. Here's a look from his spring 2018 collection, which was titled "Paradise Found." #wwdfashion #wwdmens (📷: George Chinsee)
"I thought years ago that [Jaime] was going to bite the bullet. [The writers] knew who would be left standing, but they never told us so it was this constant guessing game," says @gameofthrones actor @nikolajwilliamcw. See what the actor had to say about season 7 and the show ultimately coming to end on WWD.com. #wwdeye (📷: @tomgoldblum)