September 14, 2010
Paris-based fashion house Thierry Mugler has tapped Lady Gaga's stylist, Nicola Formichetti, as creative director for its women's and menswear labels. The label said Monday that Formichetti, who is also fashion director with Vogue Hommes Japan, is to begin with the fall-winter 2011-12 collections. Formichetti, a half-Japanese, half-Italian 33-year-old, replaces Spaniard Rosemary Rodriguez. Formichetti will oversee Mugler's head women's designer Sebastien Peigne, formerly of Balenciaga, and head menswear designer Romain Kremer, who also designs his own signature label.
September 12, 2012 |
"Project Runway" designer Nick Verreos and stylist Jeannie Mai, host of the Style Network's "How Do I Look?," are scheduled to judge the final contest in the South Bay Galleria's Project Style competition Saturday. Four semifinalists from earlier rounds of the competition plus one wild card finalist will each be given a $200 South Bay Galleria gift card and one hour to create an outfit. Verreos, Mai and Sean Dennison, head of personal shopping at the mall's Nordstom store, will judge during a fashion show exhibiting the outfits.
October 28, 2013 |
For celebrity stylist Joey Tierney and event producer Tony Schubert, interior decorating at home isn't much different from handling fashion shoots or Emmy parties. "It's interesting how fashion trends and colors cross over to interiors," Tierney says. PHOTO GALLERY: Inside Joey Tierney and Tony Schubert's house Tierney may help Ashley Madekwe and Jaime Pressly look glamorous, but at home in Sherman Oaks with Schubert, she admits she is a bit more low key. “At home, I am a minimalist,” Tierney says.
February 23, 2012 |
The spat between New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and a Santa Fe hair stylist has gotten as ugly as - dare we say it? - a lousy haircut. Earlier this week, KOB-TV ran an interview with Antonio Darden, who has cut the Republican governor's hair a handful of times. Darden, who is gay, announced he would never do so again unless Martinez dropped her opposition to gay marriage. The spectacle of the stylist's protest worked the Internet into, well, a lather. ( The story lends itself to all sorts of goofy puns.)
July 17, 2011 |
Rachel Zoe follows a long line of celebrity stylists who have parlayed their tastemaker status (and access to celebrities) into clothing and accessories brands. Here are some of the other celebrity stylists and their brands: Newbark: L.A.-based stylist sisters Maryam and Marjan Malakpour introduced their line of comfy slipper shoes in 2009, and recently added handbags, including the fab Lauren crossbody style for fall, already spotted on Heidi Klum. At Net-a-porter.com and Maxfield.
December 6, 2002 |
Danny Seo, the 25-year-old Martha Stewart of the organic set, speaks softly, but in that rapid-fire tongue so characteristically New York. He rattles off the eco-friendly elements of his ensemble, which he has worn to an important eco-friendly gala in Los Angeles populated by newly eco-friendly celebrities. "This," he says, pointing to his delicate wrist, "is a solar-powered watch. I'm wearing vegetarian shoes from England -- Paul McCartney loves these."