The Outnet just released its exclusive Oscar de la Renta capsule collection today, featuring a covetable array of chic pieces to help you kick off your Spring wardrobe refresh. The collection — fronted by one of our favorite style setters, Olivia Palermo — consist of 24 pieces, highlighting gorgeous floral- and ikat-print gowns, polished separates, and ladylike dresses crafted from fabrics from Oscar's past collections. Priced from $325 for a top to $1,295 for a silk faille gown, the lineup is much more affordable compared to the thousands of dollars the designer usually sells his gowns for. See and shop all of the pieces right here.
Some pairings just can't be beat, and this might just be one of them. Today, Feb. 24, The Outnet releases an exclusive capsule collection created by none other than Oscar de la Renta. The 24-item collection is comprised of pieces that are quintessentially Oscar — full-skirted dresses, pencil skirts, lace blouses, high-waisted trousers — and are made from the same fabrics, patterns, and factories as the brand's mainline. But the best part? They are all priced at a fraction of the cost; from $325 to $1,295 (for a gorgeous floor-length gown).
Peek the collection.
Heading backstage at New York Fashion Week, we picked up a plethora of beauty tips. Hair, nail, and makeup experts give us premium access to their favorite tricks (particularly of the time-saving sentiment, since their jobs involved getting 30 or so models out in under an hour). So today we're paying it forward and letting you in on the top seven beauty tricks we learned at NYFW. They have truly changed our lives!
Amy Adams stepped out on the Oscars red carpet wearing a dove-gray ball gown from Oscar de la Renta. The bodice featured delicate beading, while the bottom showed off copious amounts of ruffled tiers, which provided some more outright Hollywood glamour. Diamond drop earrings, a matching bracelet, and a chic updo completed her stunning look. What's the verdict?
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Now that the New York Fashion Week dust has settled, we've had time to fully digest a week's worth of parties, shows, favorite designer encounters, and every heart-stopping highlight. Some of our favorite moments are outrageous, others truly iconic — but each could only happen on the streets of NYC during one of the biggest, craziest, and best times of the year. In short, these are a few of our favorite Fashion Week things. Watch on for the top 10 reasons our editors love NYFW.
Herein, find Oscar de la Renta's Fall '13 collection and, of course, your answer to what a "collaboration" between the designer and John Galliano looks like. The latter designer's presence was certainly evident (and felt) in the suiting and coat tailoring, while de la Renta's signature femininity and ladylike wares took center stage with the bright, floor-skimming evening gowns at the end. But for your complete dose of Oscar de la Renta's beautiful workmanship, just press "play."
With John Galliano taking up residency in Oscar de la Renta's studio, the Fall 2013 collection finally answered the fashion world's burning question: what impact would Galliano have (if any) on ODLR? Presented tonight to a packed house that included fellow designers Diane von Furstenberg and Valentino, Oscar's lineup retained its femininity, romance, and underlying beauty most obviously in eveningwear, while it was clear that Galliano had his hand in the suiting and styling that opened the show. Our full review will be posted shortly; click through now for a glimpse of the collection.
The buzz surrounding Oscar de la Renta's Fall 2013 show was nearly palpable as guests — including Diane von Furstenberg, Mario Testino, and Valentino Garavani — settled into their seats at the label's show space on 42nd Street. And with good reason: not only does this year mark the incredible milestone of the designer's 50th year working in New York, but also, rumors had been flying all week that current de la Renta mentee John Galliano might come out postshow to take a bow. Sadly, Galliano was a no-show, but then again, maybe that's a good thing; the clothes that de la Renta sent down the runway were plenty news-worthy in their own right. Click through to see all the gorgeous pieces.
Usually you have to wait until after the runway show to get a glimpse of the hottest nail colors for next season, but for Oscar de la Renta, you can get a jump start on your Fall polish collection right now. The brand is releasing three new nail colors inspired by his Fall 2013 fashion collection (for which the show takes place later today). Covet is a deep wine color, Dare calls to mind Oscar's island upbringing, and Asphalt is a glittery gray shade. Perhaps the hues are a hint at the palettes we'll see strutting down the Oscar de la Renta runway today, but you can preorder your favorite shade now on oscardelarenta.com for $22 each. And tomorrow the shades will be available worldwide. Besides, it's never too early to get your Autumn color combinations squared away.
John Galliano's stint working in Oscar de la Renta's studio might just be extended into a full-time job — if Galliano wants it, that is.
"I would love for him to stay," de la Renta told The Cut in an interview. "Will he? I cannot tell you that today because we haven't gone that far in really discussing it. The fact is, we work very differently in New York than in Paris. It's night and day. We work at a much faster pace. So the answer is we don't know. We're still exploring."
But Galliano has had a little bit of time to adjust to the pace of an American fashion house. De la Renta shocked the industry in January when he welcomed Galliano to his studio on a three-week residency, later revealing that Anna Wintour asked him to bring Galliano in. He says the former Dior designer has had an impact on his Fall 2013 collection, which will be presented tomorrow.
"I like hearing what he thinks should be changed and improved about each piece that we are showing in the fall collection. I am not a loner," he said. "In fact, my Achilles' heel is being alone. I've said that when I am designing a collection, I wish the Virgin Mary would sit next to me."