Horst photos in 1948’s Vogue Issues, available here.
Curator Corner: Fashion School
Designer and eBay curator Chris Benz survived fashion school and lived to tell the tale. His latest collection for eBay Today pinpoints the starter tools of the trade — a sewing machine, a set of pantone colors, and a classic Vogue issue, including works by legendary photographers Erwin Blumenfeld, Toni Frissell, and Horst.
Peek at the entire collection entitled Fashion School and begin your self-education to earn your spot on the runway.
(Photo: Curated by Chris Benz. Text: Jauretsi)
Faces Come Out for CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund
Here’s a few faces who came out Monday to attend the 2013 CFDA/VogueFashion Fund Awards (CVFF). This is the 10th year of CVFF, which took place at Spring Studios in New York. Congrats to the new winner, Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of the brand Public School. The runners-up were womenswear designer Juan Carlos Obando and jewelry designer Marc Alary. For more details on the evening, visit CFDA.com.
Guests: (Clockwise) Evan Rachel Wood, Orlando Bloom, Vanessa Hudgens, and Christina Ricci.
(Photo: Joe Schildhorn/BFnyc.com. Text: Jauretsi)
Nothing says fall like a knit hat, and this massive cap in a sweet bubblegum hue is just what the season ordered. If you’re looking to stock up before things really start to get chilly, swing over to eBay, where you’ll find tons of oversized hats available right now. Click here to check them out.
(Photo courtesy of Nicole Bentley for Vogue Australia. Text by Jenny Bahn)
Trending: Pointed Flats
Throw away those round-toe ballet slippers. The pointed flat is back! Tabitha Simmons makes some of our favorites, like the Alexa (seen above). Keep your eye on the whole catalogue of Tabitha Simmons shoes by adding her to your eBay Feed. While you’re at it, click here to see which of her shoes are currently available.
(Photo courtesy of Vogue UK via Tabitha Simmons. Text by Jenny Bahn)
Paris Fashion Week
Outside the Chanel couture show, we were mesmerized by the little black hearts on this Burberry coat, worn by Christine Centenera, Vogue Australia’s Senior Fashion Editor.
(Photo by Melodie Jeng. Text by Jauretsi)
Jay & Marina
This week, Jay Z stepped into Pace gallery in New York and recreated the infamous 2010 MOMA performance art piece by legendary Marina Abramovic. A few handpicked invitees were allowed to sit and have a “stare-off” with Jay as he rapped his new single “Picasso Baby,” a song that references 16 artists. Here’s Marina as the grand finale!
(Photo: Photographed by Mimi Ritzen Crawford, courtesy of vogue. Text by Jauretsi)