"The Wife" star dressed all in gold on the Academy Awards red carpet.
Herrera blasts "carnage and murders" in her native Venezuela.
Designers Tom Ford and Sophie Theallet have both said they would not dress the FLOTUS.
Compared to Ivanka, her look was pretty minimalist.
"I'm in a roomful of people I know," Rita Wilson began her intimate set at the Café Carlyle on Thursday. Though this was not opening night, the room took on an extra glow: On one side sat Michael J. Fox, on the other, Tom Brokaw, Carolina Herrera, and Ken Auletta.
Quentin plied my husband with espresso and Ladurée macarons, and kept him happy and satisfied. And as for Nicolas--I saw
Carolina, the Cake and Me -- How Willie Brown, Denise Hale, Susan Gutfreund and San Francisco Society Witnessed a TV Host Take a Dress for it's Star Turn at Her Sunset Wedding
Sometimes--it's love at first sight. Even with a dress. And when you add a cake--well, anything can happen. Of course, you could say fate brought us together--the gown and me.
Clearly, for an iconic fashion designer whose clients have included first lady Michelle Obama and Jackie O., showing up basically
Fashion heavyweights including Carolina Herrera, Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, Thom Browne and Mary Katrantzou collaborated
By the Editors of TheKnot.com It doesn’t get more classic than a wedding dress designed by Carolina Herrera. This season’s
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As buyers, editors, bloggers, stylists and celebrities descend upon New York City from all over the world, it is a clear reminder of the energy and excitement that fashion creates on both the runway and the street.
There was a project I put together a few years back called "Working Mother's Who Need a Massage" where 35 low income working
Now, as a man who edits the country's most widely-read women's fashion magazine, I am particularly interested in seeing what women designers have in store for women each season. After all, they undoubtedly bring a first-person perspective to the equation.
If you're looking for the seat of creativity, you'll find it under a desk. Vanity Fair invades the work spaces of over-achievers