Oscar de la Renta has passed away at the age of 82, but he will always be remembered through his work and legacy.
Oprah Winfrey and Oscar de la Renta, photographed by Mario Testino, Vogue, July 2010.
See his legendary designs in the pages of Vogue.
Marc Jacobs Photographed by Annie Leibovitz for the January Issue of Vogue
Winners’ Circle: Billy Reid, Karl Lagerfeld, Prabal Gurung, Eddie Borgo
Photographed by David X. Prutting
When Billy Reid, the Alabama-based fashion designer who is taking home the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund’s top prize tonight, was asked on his way into the awards dinner held in New York City this evening what he thought of his chances, he offered up a humble response: “I have to say—and I mean it—I am just so excited to be here at all.” What? No butterflies? “Oh,” he laughed as his wife smiled at him, “there are definitely some butterflies.” The prestigious prize, now in its seventh year, was established by Vogue and the Council of Fashion Designers of America to mentor emerging American design talent, and it awards the winner this year with not only $300,000 for his business, but a one-year mentorship with a leading industry professional to help provide a sustainable path to success. The two runners-up—a distinction that went to jewelry designer Eddie Borgo and fashion designer Prabal Gurung—will receive $100,000 and mentorship. Those in the winners’ circle were also presented with specially commissioned bronze awards created by Rachel Feinstein.
The dinner—which was presided over by key speakers Karl Lagerfeld and Carey Mulligan—drew the likes of Alexa Chung, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, Anna Paquin, Christina Ricci, Leighton Meester, Chanel Iman, a legion of designers like Diane von Furstenberg, Tory Burch, Carolina Herrera, and last year’s Fashion Fund winner, Sophie Theallet. The lovely Karlie Kloss, caught up in all the excitement of the night, debated briefly about heading off to the after-party to celebrate Reid’s big win, but then thought better of it. “I can’t,” she said, laughing. “I have to work tomorrow!”
Fashion designer Stella McCartney at her country estate.
Photographed for the November Issue of Vogue By Bruce Weber
Georgia May Jagger Photographed by Mimi Ritzen Crawford
Georgia May Jagger and Ed Westwick hosted a party honoring London’s emerging designers last night at Ciano in Gramercy, along with Vogue’s Sarah Mower, Meredith Melling Burke, Mark Holgate, and Lauren Santo Domingo. The restaurant—which officially opens next week—is already a hotspot, literally and figuratively. The fire department was called when the wood-burning pit in the center of the space was suddenly a bit too hot to handle. Luckily, there was no real reason for alarm, and the party continued without a hitch. Models and socials dressed for the occasion wearing pieces by their favorite Brits. Jagger and Lauren Remington Platt both were in Meadham Kirchhoff, while Hanneli Mustaparta opted for Todd Lynn, and the Richards sisters each wore frocks by Felicity Brown.