#thegoodshit
what i consider to be worthy of looking at and thinking about.
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womensweardaily:

Oscar de la Renta, John Galliano Explore Role at House
Oscar de la Renta isn’t giving up on John Galliano.The designer is said to be in talks with de la Renta about a more permanent position at the American fashion house. This follows de la Renta’s decision in January to name Galliano as a “designer in residence” for three weeks in his New York studio, which set off a storm of criticism in the media and the fashion world despite being supported by the Anti-Defamation League.
Now de la Renta appears to be as steadfast as ever about giving Galliano a second chance. In a statement issued Wednesday, Oscar de la Renta Inc. chief executive officer Alex Bolen said, “As we have said before, we are deeply impressed with John’s talent and would love to find a way to work with him in the future. To date, we have not found that way.”  For More
womensweardaily:

Oscar de la Renta, John Galliano Explore Role at House
Oscar de la Renta isn’t giving up on John Galliano.The designer is said to be in talks with de la Renta about a more permanent position at the American fashion house. This follows de la Renta’s decision in January to name Galliano as a “designer in residence” for three weeks in his New York studio, which set off a storm of criticism in the media and the fashion world despite being supported by the Anti-Defamation League.
Now de la Renta appears to be as steadfast as ever about giving Galliano a second chance. In a statement issued Wednesday, Oscar de la Renta Inc. chief executive officer Alex Bolen said, “As we have said before, we are deeply impressed with John’s talent and would love to find a way to work with him in the future. To date, we have not found that way.”  For More
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pinerosolanno:

Puffy Takes Paris
pinerosolanno:

Puffy Takes Paris
pinerosolanno:

Puffy Takes Paris
pinerosolanno:

Puffy Takes Paris
pinerosolanno:

Puffy Takes Paris
pinerosolanno:

Puffy Takes Paris
pinerosolanno:

Puffy Takes Paris
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womensweardaily:

John Galliano to Take Residency at Oscar’s Studio
Oscar de la Renta may be paving the way for John Galliano to reenter the fashion world.In a stunning development, de la Renta has invited the disgraced Galliano to spend some time with him in his New York design studio over the next three weeks, WWD has learned.  For More
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davidurbanke:

Yumi Lambert on the runway at Oscar de la Renta F/W 13. Photo by David Urbanke.
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johngallianolesincroyables:


Oscar de la Renta RTW Fall 2013 (in collaboration with John Galliano)
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davidurbanke:

Lindsey Wixson on the runway at Oscar de la Renta F/W 13. Photo by David Urbanke.
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lesbeehive:

 Les Beehive – Kirsten Dunst as Marie Antoinette by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue, September 2006
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"Who’s my favorite designer? Oscar de la Renta, of course! I’ve worn some beautiful Oscar de la Renta dresses over the last few months - at the Golden Globes and the Emmys. I felt like a princess.”

"Who’s my favorite designer? Oscar de la Renta, of course! I’ve worn some beautiful Oscar de la Renta dresses over the last few months - at the Golden Globes and the Emmys. I felt like a princess.”

"Who’s my favorite designer? Oscar de la Renta, of course! I’ve worn some beautiful Oscar de la Renta dresses over the last few months - at the Golden Globes and the Emmys. I felt like a princess.”

"Who’s my favorite designer? Oscar de la Renta, of course! I’ve worn some beautiful Oscar de la Renta dresses over the last few months - at the Golden Globes and the Emmys. I felt like a princess.”

"Who’s my favorite designer? Oscar de la Renta, of course! I’ve worn some beautiful Oscar de la Renta dresses over the last few months - at the Golden Globes and the Emmys. I felt like a princess.”

"Who’s my favorite designer? Oscar de la Renta, of course! I’ve worn some beautiful Oscar de la Renta dresses over the last few months - at the Golden Globes and the Emmys. I felt like a princess.”

"Who’s my favorite designer? Oscar de la Renta, of course! I’ve worn some beautiful Oscar de la Renta dresses over the last few months - at the Golden Globes and the Emmys. I felt like a princess.”

"Who’s my favorite designer? Oscar de la Renta, of course! I’ve worn some beautiful Oscar de la Renta dresses over the last few months - at the Golden Globes and the Emmys. I felt like a princess.”

"Who’s my favorite designer? Oscar de la Renta, of course! I’ve worn some beautiful Oscar de la Renta dresses over the last few months - at the Golden Globes and the Emmys. I felt like a princess.”
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omgthatdress:

Belt
Oscar de la Renta, 2000s
1stdibs.com
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torsive:

live by this shit.
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achrafamiri:

R.I.P. OSCAR DE LA RENTA
WWW.ACHRAFAMIRI.BLOGSPOT.COM
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omgthatdress:

Evening Dress
Oscar de la Renta, 1968
The Museum at FIT
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mypaperplane:

RIP on We Heart It.
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athingcreatedblog:

Remembering Oscar
Today is my little tribute to one of the most inspiring designers ever Oscar de la Renta.
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stopdropandvogue:

A Final Bow
It was a little over a month ago when I was walking down West 42nd street. I blended into the New Yorker mindset perfectly - I kept the right pace and I weaved my way around the concrete jungle’s controlled chaos like I had lived there for years. I was quite nervous, yet that didn’t slow me down to where I was headed. After passing Grand Central Station and Bryant Park, I stopped myself in front of a skyscraping building. “I’m here to photograph the Oscar de la Renta show,” I calmly told the security guard while trying to mask my uncontainable excitement.
Not many people have the opportunity to gallivant backstage at the one of the most prestigious New York fashion house’s headquarters, so my emotional flurry was more than expected. I took the elevator to the 25th floor, and with my head in the clouds, I stepped off into a whirlwind of stuffed garment bags, puffs of clothing steamers and fashionable ladies clad in black. I was 5 minutes late for being 3 hours early, yet the backstage magic was already unfolding.
Reflecting on my experience at the Oscar de la Renta Spring/Summer 2015 show brings back a wave of emotions. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to photograph the collection in the first place, but it grieves me that my first Oscar de la Renta show was his last. From an outsider looking in, he was magnificent. He was as brave, bold and romantic as his designs and most importantly, he was always smiling. We are lucky a genuinely talented, and the epitome of the term, “tall, dark and handsome,” legend graced our artistic values with his sophisticated and glamorous vision.
I remember standing outside of his office as he was surrounded by a small group of his closest friends and family. He was telling a story that was personified through his hand movements. And there it was, that gorgeous smile. He seemed so happy to be there, surrounded by loved ones and his beautiful creations. As the show was about to start he went directly backstage, behind the gorgeous floral arch, to send out the models one-by-one to the runway, for his last time.
My heart feels tumultuous because unbeknownst to me at the time, I was experiencing his most important collection to date. I felt lucky from every accelerated mile on the plane and every stride from the subway station to every beep of the rising floors on the elevator, to be in the presence of his greatness. The gorgeous photographs I took will be mounted on my walls, forever keepsakes that represent my pride, serendipity and enchantment of my Oscar de la Renta experience.
Oscar de la Renta has been a household name for decades. He was a favorite among First Ladies, dressing every single one since Jackie Kennedy in the early 1960’s. Seeing his final designs in person and in detail is an experience I will cherish forever. Being able to attend a Lincoln Center fashion show is one thing, but the memory of being welcomed into an iconic fashion house will live as long in my heart as his legacy does in the wardrobes of majestic, independent and quintessentially fashionable women.
stopdropandvogue:

A Final Bow
It was a little over a month ago when I was walking down West 42nd street. I blended into the New Yorker mindset perfectly - I kept the right pace and I weaved my way around the concrete jungle’s controlled chaos like I had lived there for years. I was quite nervous, yet that didn’t slow me down to where I was headed. After passing Grand Central Station and Bryant Park, I stopped myself in front of a skyscraping building. “I’m here to photograph the Oscar de la Renta show,” I calmly told the security guard while trying to mask my uncontainable excitement.
Not many people have the opportunity to gallivant backstage at the one of the most prestigious New York fashion house’s headquarters, so my emotional flurry was more than expected. I took the elevator to the 25th floor, and with my head in the clouds, I stepped off into a whirlwind of stuffed garment bags, puffs of clothing steamers and fashionable ladies clad in black. I was 5 minutes late for being 3 hours early, yet the backstage magic was already unfolding.
Reflecting on my experience at the Oscar de la Renta Spring/Summer 2015 show brings back a wave of emotions. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to photograph the collection in the first place, but it grieves me that my first Oscar de la Renta show was his last. From an outsider looking in, he was magnificent. He was as brave, bold and romantic as his designs and most importantly, he was always smiling. We are lucky a genuinely talented, and the epitome of the term, “tall, dark and handsome,” legend graced our artistic values with his sophisticated and glamorous vision.
I remember standing outside of his office as he was surrounded by a small group of his closest friends and family. He was telling a story that was personified through his hand movements. And there it was, that gorgeous smile. He seemed so happy to be there, surrounded by loved ones and his beautiful creations. As the show was about to start he went directly backstage, behind the gorgeous floral arch, to send out the models one-by-one to the runway, for his last time.
My heart feels tumultuous because unbeknownst to me at the time, I was experiencing his most important collection to date. I felt lucky from every accelerated mile on the plane and every stride from the subway station to every beep of the rising floors on the elevator, to be in the presence of his greatness. The gorgeous photographs I took will be mounted on my walls, forever keepsakes that represent my pride, serendipity and enchantment of my Oscar de la Renta experience.
Oscar de la Renta has been a household name for decades. He was a favorite among First Ladies, dressing every single one since Jackie Kennedy in the early 1960’s. Seeing his final designs in person and in detail is an experience I will cherish forever. Being able to attend a Lincoln Center fashion show is one thing, but the memory of being welcomed into an iconic fashion house will live as long in my heart as his legacy does in the wardrobes of majestic, independent and quintessentially fashionable women.
stopdropandvogue:

A Final Bow
It was a little over a month ago when I was walking down West 42nd street. I blended into the New Yorker mindset perfectly - I kept the right pace and I weaved my way around the concrete jungle’s controlled chaos like I had lived there for years. I was quite nervous, yet that didn’t slow me down to where I was headed. After passing Grand Central Station and Bryant Park, I stopped myself in front of a skyscraping building. “I’m here to photograph the Oscar de la Renta show,” I calmly told the security guard while trying to mask my uncontainable excitement.
Not many people have the opportunity to gallivant backstage at the one of the most prestigious New York fashion house’s headquarters, so my emotional flurry was more than expected. I took the elevator to the 25th floor, and with my head in the clouds, I stepped off into a whirlwind of stuffed garment bags, puffs of clothing steamers and fashionable ladies clad in black. I was 5 minutes late for being 3 hours early, yet the backstage magic was already unfolding.
Reflecting on my experience at the Oscar de la Renta Spring/Summer 2015 show brings back a wave of emotions. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to photograph the collection in the first place, but it grieves me that my first Oscar de la Renta show was his last. From an outsider looking in, he was magnificent. He was as brave, bold and romantic as his designs and most importantly, he was always smiling. We are lucky a genuinely talented, and the epitome of the term, “tall, dark and handsome,” legend graced our artistic values with his sophisticated and glamorous vision.
I remember standing outside of his office as he was surrounded by a small group of his closest friends and family. He was telling a story that was personified through his hand movements. And there it was, that gorgeous smile. He seemed so happy to be there, surrounded by loved ones and his beautiful creations. As the show was about to start he went directly backstage, behind the gorgeous floral arch, to send out the models one-by-one to the runway, for his last time.
My heart feels tumultuous because unbeknownst to me at the time, I was experiencing his most important collection to date. I felt lucky from every accelerated mile on the plane and every stride from the subway station to every beep of the rising floors on the elevator, to be in the presence of his greatness. The gorgeous photographs I took will be mounted on my walls, forever keepsakes that represent my pride, serendipity and enchantment of my Oscar de la Renta experience.
Oscar de la Renta has been a household name for decades. He was a favorite among First Ladies, dressing every single one since Jackie Kennedy in the early 1960’s. Seeing his final designs in person and in detail is an experience I will cherish forever. Being able to attend a Lincoln Center fashion show is one thing, but the memory of being welcomed into an iconic fashion house will live as long in my heart as his legacy does in the wardrobes of majestic, independent and quintessentially fashionable women.
stopdropandvogue:

A Final Bow
It was a little over a month ago when I was walking down West 42nd street. I blended into the New Yorker mindset perfectly - I kept the right pace and I weaved my way around the concrete jungle’s controlled chaos like I had lived there for years. I was quite nervous, yet that didn’t slow me down to where I was headed. After passing Grand Central Station and Bryant Park, I stopped myself in front of a skyscraping building. “I’m here to photograph the Oscar de la Renta show,” I calmly told the security guard while trying to mask my uncontainable excitement.
Not many people have the opportunity to gallivant backstage at the one of the most prestigious New York fashion house’s headquarters, so my emotional flurry was more than expected. I took the elevator to the 25th floor, and with my head in the clouds, I stepped off into a whirlwind of stuffed garment bags, puffs of clothing steamers and fashionable ladies clad in black. I was 5 minutes late for being 3 hours early, yet the backstage magic was already unfolding.
Reflecting on my experience at the Oscar de la Renta Spring/Summer 2015 show brings back a wave of emotions. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to photograph the collection in the first place, but it grieves me that my first Oscar de la Renta show was his last. From an outsider looking in, he was magnificent. He was as brave, bold and romantic as his designs and most importantly, he was always smiling. We are lucky a genuinely talented, and the epitome of the term, “tall, dark and handsome,” legend graced our artistic values with his sophisticated and glamorous vision.
I remember standing outside of his office as he was surrounded by a small group of his closest friends and family. He was telling a story that was personified through his hand movements. And there it was, that gorgeous smile. He seemed so happy to be there, surrounded by loved ones and his beautiful creations. As the show was about to start he went directly backstage, behind the gorgeous floral arch, to send out the models one-by-one to the runway, for his last time.
My heart feels tumultuous because unbeknownst to me at the time, I was experiencing his most important collection to date. I felt lucky from every accelerated mile on the plane and every stride from the subway station to every beep of the rising floors on the elevator, to be in the presence of his greatness. The gorgeous photographs I took will be mounted on my walls, forever keepsakes that represent my pride, serendipity and enchantment of my Oscar de la Renta experience.
Oscar de la Renta has been a household name for decades. He was a favorite among First Ladies, dressing every single one since Jackie Kennedy in the early 1960’s. Seeing his final designs in person and in detail is an experience I will cherish forever. Being able to attend a Lincoln Center fashion show is one thing, but the memory of being welcomed into an iconic fashion house will live as long in my heart as his legacy does in the wardrobes of majestic, independent and quintessentially fashionable women.