Fashion Tea with Kristopher: September 2018

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Hey you style mavens, it’s Fashion Month with spring 2019 collections being shown in New York City, London, Milan, and Paris. Of course that means that Fashion Reverie’s tea is full of fashion truths, in other words, the inside gossip. Join us at Fashion Reverie as we show you all our new flavors for the season. Get it while it’s piping hot!Fashion Tea item #1

Rumor has it that Anna Wintour is in talks to hand over the Met Gala to another top fashion editor. (Is Andre Leon Talley at the top of the list to replace Wintour at the Met Gala?) While the event has been her baby since the 90s, and Bob Sauerberg has made it clear she isn’t stepping down from Vogue, she appears to be reducing her duties. Wintour has also been making less public appearances this year amidst rumors of her departure from Vogue. Perhaps, she is just waiting for Edward Enninful to pay his dues at British Vogue before she names him her successor?

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A top fashion designer has been selling off his summer homes because his hard partying summer habits were proofing detrimental to his currently struggling fashion line. Hopefully, a break from the summer vacation towns will help him get his act together and get his fashion brand back on track. It’s never fun to watch a fashion icon fall from grace!!

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Fashion Tea item #3 Karl Lagerfeld, the grand maestro of Chanel, was front row for Celine’s runway show at Paris Fashion Week, and rumor has it new designer Hedi Slimane is being looked at as Lagerfeld’s heir to Chanel. Slimane has quite the fan base, and wherever he goes, they will go. Slimane also has worked at major Parisian labels, including Dior and Saint Laurent, so he’s no stranger to the French luxury game. Lagerfeld is getting up there in age—he is in his 80s—so, it might not be too much longer before he names a successor.

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A top women’s magazine is currently gone out of sorts with their fashion department since their fashion and style director took a leave of absence. Their editors have had trouble securing tickets to fashion shows, and their ad dollars have been in a slump. In this competitive market of digital media with publications closing left and right, they better get it together and fast!!

—Kristopher Fraser

 

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