Tag: Helmut Lang

THE RISING RUNWAY STARS OF SPRING 2018

The spring 2018 runways were more diverse than ever. After surveying 94 different NYFW shows and 2,061 models who appeared in these shows, The Fashion Spot found that 36.9% of the cat-walkers were of color, an increase from Fall 2017's 31.5%. 90 "plus size" models walked, along with 31 transgender or non-binary models. We've rounded…

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I NEED A HERO – PHOTOGRAPHY BY LENOX FONTAINE

I Need A Hero - The Untitled Magazine - Photography by Lenox Fontaine. Brianna wears a dress by USEUNUSED, a necklace by BEA VALDES, bangles by LES PETITS JOUERS, and shoes by CHLOE GOSSELIN. Left page: Julia wears a dress by HERVE LEGER, a metal harness by LADY GREY, an ear cuff by CHRIS HABANA, and…

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DESIGNERS TEAM UP FOR SUPERBOWL XLVIII

Tens of millions of people tune in each year to watch the Super Bowl - the halftime shows, the adrenaline-building touchdowns, the viewing parties, even the commercials all become part of the phenomenon. This year, in honor of the 2014 Super Bowl, forty-eight fashion houses have partnered with the Council of Fashion Designers of America, the National…

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CARMEN ELECTRA’S EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE

Long before she was the Baywatch vixen and MTV personality that we know today, Carmen Electra was Tara Leigh Patrick, the small-town girl from Ohio whose singing chops caught the ear of rock demigod Prince, who, incidentally, was the one who suggested she change her name. “We decided Carmen Electra was gonna be it. I…

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CHAOS TO COUTURE AT THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

CHAOS TO COUTURE AT THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART Exhibition location: Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Exhibition Hall PUNK: Chaos to Couture exhibition, on view from May 9 through August 14, 2013,  examines punk’s impact on high fashion from the movement’s birth in the 1970s through its continuing influence today. “Punk’s signature mixing of references…

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HELMUT LANG’S SCULPTURE FRONT ROW AT BARNEYS NEW YORK

Austrian-born New York-based fashion designer Helmut Lang unveiled his 2009 sculpture piece, Front Row, at Barneys New York on Madison Avenue as part of the store’s collaboration with Greek art patron Dakis Joannou and his Deste Foundation for Contemporary Art. The sculpture was revealed alongside pieces from Jeurgen Teller and Parisian design partners M/M, Mathias Augustyniak and…

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