There’s nothing like the dangerous thrill of wind, speed and open water. While the sailors competing for the America’s Cup have winning – and survival – on the mind, for spectators the awe of towering catamarans flying by makes this one of the must-see sporting events of the year.
Get the Look of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue
As if there weren’t enough to love about our legendary shoe floor, 10022-SHOE, the new Gucci shop is just one more reason. Located on 8 in our Fifth Avenue flagship, this not-so-little slice of shoe heaven beckons you with an endless array of covetable kicks. Find favorites from the classic striped web sneaker to the highest heels just off the season’s runway. With this many choices, you certainly won’t be leaving empty handed or unglamorously shod.
The New Gucci Shop at 10022-Shoe Makes It’s Fifth Avenue Debut
Express your individuality: For one week only, Prada’s exclusive Made-to-Order Décolleté Collection can be found at the new Prada shoe shop at our Fifth Avenue flagship. Get ready to find 19 fully customizable styles, 90 colors and materials, 3 sole colors, 7 heel heights and the option of plateau soles.
Express Your Individuality with Prada’s Made-to-Order Décolleté Collection
New York Fashion Week: One day it’s sunny and unseasonably warm, next comes a snowstorm and arctic chills. The silver lining to our hometown’s erratic weather? Fashion that runs the full gamut from bare legs and miniskirts to fabulous fuzzy overcoats. Take a look back at the season’s best street style pics, shot by our man-on-the-street Jason Jean of Citizen Couture.
The show notes for Yigal Azrouël’s Fall 2016 collection gave insight to where the designer’s mind was this season, which was exploring “the duality of light and darkness, innocence and impurity.” If that all seems a bit philosophical, just take a look at the clothes: Deep, moody colors were the backdrop for sweet, tiny florals. Thick chunky knits were paired with light-as-air chiffons and silk satin pieces. There were plenty of statement making pieces, like a berry-colored damask top with cut-out shoulders and matching pants, but just as many wardrobe workhorses, like a buttery suede trench or a silk shirtdress. All of it seem to prove his point that opposites can coexists, if not look downright great.
Yigal Azrouël’s Collection Was a Study in Opposites