Fashion Collections Big On Collaboration – The Orange County Register

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Source: http://www.jpost.com/Arts-and-Culture/Arts/Holy-fashion-Through-a-creative-lens-353060

Fashion collections big on collaboration A model walks the runway at the Altuzarra fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014 in New York. NEILSON BARNARD , NEILSON BARNARD GETTY IMAGES Related article Newest Target mash-up French-American designer Joseph Altuzarra is the latest to collaborate with discount retailer Target, joining the ranks http://www.chicemma.com of Phillip Lim, Missoni, Peter Pilotto and Jason Wu. The limited edition collection of shoes, apparel and accessories will be in stores and online at target.com and net-a-porter.com on Sept. 14. The nearly 50-piece line is priced from $17.99 to $89.99 for apparel and lingerie, and $29.99 to $79.99 for shoes and accessories. The collection hits stores in time for fall and will feature a mix of iconic Altuzarra silhouettes with designs created specifically for Target, according to a press release from the retailer.
Source: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/collection-615502-fashion-museum.html

Fashion: Get in the swim with new seaside fashions – chicagotribune.com

This is why we started Harlem’s Fashion Row University (HFR-U). It’s a way to expose students of color to the many opportunities in fashion. This spring we partnered with McCafe to launch a Student Design Competition. The winner will collaborate with HFR and Project Runway alumni Kimberly Goldson to create the red carpet look for the McDonald’s 11th annual 365Black Awards host Janell Snowden. The competition for the awards was stiff, but a winner emerged: TraVonne Walker from Bowie State University.
Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/brandice-henderson/hbcu-fashion-students-fin_b_5359950.html

HBCU Fashion Students Finally Recognized | Brandice Henderson

The Kate Spade turquoise mirrored sunglasses are $138 at South Moon Under and Southmoonunder.com. To keep heads stylishly cool, try a Helen Kaminski Marina sun visor ($75, from Shop.nordstrom.com) or a metallic-thread baseball cap ($26, Southmoonunder.com). _ An Isabel Marant tonal-print ruffle-trim silk top ($520) and floral print skirt ($375, both at Hu’s Wear boutique in Washington), and a Peter Pilotto orchid print dress ($1,010, Net-a-Porter.com) are stylish accomplices in an escape to the beach. _ Present a picture of laid-back luxe in a Robin Piccone black-and-ivory mitered-stripe one-piece swimsuit ($138), worn with Joie drawstring pants in ikat-printed silk ($288), both at Nordstrom and Shop.nordstrom.com. – – – Kelly is editor of MyLittleBird.com, a Washington-based women’s-eye view of fashion, design and culture. This story originally appeared in Fashion Washington, The Washington Post’s fashion and lifestyle monthly magazine.
Source: http://www.chicagotribune.com/features/sns-wp-washpost-bc-fashion-beach22-20140522,0,5691298.story

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