Fashion News: Eva Herzigova, Helena Christensen & Claudia Schiffer on the Cover of Vogue Spain; Sally Hansen Making Alexander Wang Nail Polish; & More

August 23, 2011
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Eva Herzigova, Helena Christensen & Claudia Schiffer on the Cover of Vogue Spain (Huffington Post)
“A trio of Nineties legends graces the cover of Spanish Vogue’s September issue. Eva Herzigova, Helena Christensen and Claudia Schiffer, all decades past today’s ideal modeling age (which, these days, is around eight or nine), look good as new, sporting Dolce & Gabbana’s wildly popular star print.”

Sally Hansen Is Making Alexander Wang Nail Polish (Styleite)
“Hansen will be whipping up some polish for Wang’s spring 2012 show in September. We’re hoping the shades will be available in stores soon after — and in the Sally Hansen price range, as opposed to the Wang one.”

Style.com Tries E-Commerce With Print Spinoff (Adweek)
“At a time when the fashion world is increasingly moving online, Style.com is going straight in the other direction with the launch of a glossy print magazine. Announced Monday, Style.com Magazine is a reverse publishing move by Fairchild Fashion Media. It’s also a foray into e-commerce. Set for release right after spring 2012 runway shows end Oct. 5, the first issue will aim at the fashion-obsessed by featuring items from six designers that will be available for purchase on Style.com.”

Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen to Open Stores in The Future (Telegraph)
“They want to be a luxury lifestyle brand, selling globally. They are about to launch handbags for The Row, and then for Elizabeth & James. They want to do shoes for The Row, and although they have temporarily shelved a foray into menswear for the label, they plan to revisit it later. And eventually they will open their own stores. ‘When the time is right, we definitely want some sort of home where we display it the way we want to,’ Mary-Kate says.”

Isaac Mizrahi Drops Out of NYFW (Elle)
“Isaac Mizrahi showed his first collection in 1987, at a trunk show at Bergdorf Goodman. Since then, the brand—and the man behind it—has been through dozens of ups and downs. He officially “came back” when he started designing for Target in 2002.  Eventually, Mizrahi returned to New York Fashion Week and took up his rightful place in the Bryant Park Tents.  This season, he’ll sit out the season for the first time in years.  A publicist says, “We will be releasing images this season in lieu of a show.”

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