Pals of Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow celebrated the designers’ collaborative bottle design and latest collection Sunday night.
Justine Skye, G-Eazy and DJ Cassidy attended the Sunday morning show in Chinatown.
The New York party featured performances from classic hip-hop artists Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick.
Luminaries in the world of art and philanthropy gathered to honor the late photographer’s legacy in New York on Tuesday.
The event drew Martha Stewart, Katie Couric, Lydia Polgreen and Public School’s Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne.
Fashion has always been a world of what’s next — next trend, next superstar, next must-have item. But today the query “what’s next?” resonates more deeply, going to the core of the communal industry identity — fashion’s role in the culture as it continues to navigate very challenging times. The reality that the industry is in flux on multiple levels pulsed through New York Fashion Week.
WWD checks out hundreds of accessories presented each day on runways and picks the top looks for fall.
Revelers donned red “Make America New York” caps created by Chow and Osborne as a response to President Trump’s ubiquitous campaign slogan.