T Magazine : The Top 10 Moments From Spring/Summer 2015 Milan Fashion Week

Ava K. Fashionista:

Loving all the PINK!

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T’s senior market editor rounds up the most memorable happenings both on and off the runways.


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It’s a Barbie world

Jeremy Scott set the shock-value bar high in February when he sent SpongeBob SquarePants and Ronald McDonald down Moschino’s fall/winter 2014 runway. So the Barbies he created for spring/summer 2015 were anything but startling. With attention-seeking street-style stars already donning the pink leather Moto jacket and skirt and flashing the mirror iPhone case, it’s clear many of his fans are excited to dress like their childhood style icons.


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A Pharrell performance

The fashion set let loose on Saturday night at a Pharrell Williams concert. The man about town performed nearby at Mediolanum Forum, where some editors took a break from the fashion circuit to just let loose and get happy.

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Happy Labor Day!

As everyone knows, I am a young fashionista (8 years to be old exact)! Well today, I learned what Labor Day is about!

See the actual conversation between me and my mom below…

Ava K. Fashionista: I have a question. Do a lot of people get pregnant or have babies on Labor Day?
My mom: No! (She was trying not to laugh!)
Ava K. Fashionista: Then why is it called Labor Day?
My mom: It is a celebration of the labor movement and American workers.
Ava K. Fashionista: So, it’s not about women in labor?!?

Happy LABOR Day to American laborers AND pregnant ladies!

“Oscar de la Renta – Five Decades of Style” Exhibit Opens Up In Dallas

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I would love to see this fabulousness in person. A girl can dream…

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Laura Bush at “Oscar de la Renta – Five Decades of Style” exhibition at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, in Dallas, will host the most ambitious exhibition of the museum ever, dedicated to the work of the American designer, Oscar de la Renta – Five Decades of Style. The entire space will be filled with 61 mannequins dressed in luxurious evening dresses and casual ones, created from 1967 to the present day.

Laura Bush came up with the idea and the designer embraced it immediately – “I dressed her all through the years she was in the White House, and she is an unbelievably lovely and wonderful lady, so I was very proud to help her in any way I could,” Oscar de la Renta said to WWD. For the lucky ones who can attend the…

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