“People miss New York, whether you come as a tourist, or with family and friends, or you live here and miss how things were,” said Carolina Herrera creative director Wes Gordon.
The Biden-Harris team has been trying to keep their designer options under wraps.
The vice president-elect is rumored to be working with a Hollywood stylist ahead of the inauguration, and her fashion is becoming a source of quiet fascination inside and out of the fashion industry.
Among the shifts, the Spanish company is adding a Derma division bundling three of its dermocosmetics brands.
Fashion’s long-standing emphasis on European designers has kept Latinx creators out of the spotlight, but there’s a shift under way, according to Maria Cornejo.
More than two and a half years have passed since Herrera stepped aside, and Gordon took over the lead creative job.
Endless Zoom sessions made for a deep bonding experience with his team. Now, Gordon says, “it’s good to be back in the office, and to be making clothes.”
Throughout his career, Rubinfeld was open to trying new ideas.
Revelers included Halston, Norma Kamali, Stephen Burroughs, Giorgio di Sant’Angelo, Calvin Klein, Larry LeGaspi and scores of others fashion designers.
After wearing a Carolina Herrera floral shirtdress to visit kindergarteners Tuesday morning, she chose a shocking pink dress from the designer house for the state dinner.