Brian Wolk & Claude Morais presented a sharp and smart collection inspired by Chinoiserie and New York’s Bowery theatre in the 1800′s. The designers chose rich fabrics, and premiered a shoe collaboration with Frye. Pairing coral eye shadow with magenta lips, the two designers set to prove that bold and playful colors can come out [...]Read Full Story
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Rosemary Torre discusses her captivating retrospective of 20th-century styles, this original survey explores the social context of fashion with informative text and over 70 striking images.
Brian Wolk and Claude Morais are the designers behind Ruffian, the critically acclaimed cult New...Read Full Story
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The "Monogram Moon" manicure at Ruffian Spring 2011. Courtesy Photo
A moon is rising over New York Fashion Week, and it's casting a new light on our fingertips.
The moon manicure, which takes the typical French manicure, turns it inside out, and paints the crescent to match the tips, has been creeping back into the fashion lexicon over the past four seasons.
Yet on the first day of New York Fashion Week when we spotted innovative new versions...Read Full Story
Designers Brian Wolk and Claude Morais of Ruffian bring fashion to the beauty industry with three EXCLUSIVE Ruffian Manicures and Lipsticks. The collection includes 24 nails that are pre-glued and in assorted sizes to ensure a couture- worthy fit. The styles are edgy so be daring with this limited exclusive. M·A·C RUFFIAN Available Exclusively Online June 18, 2012 through July 16, 2012 Introducing M·A·C NAIL LACQUERS Available at Nordstrom and M·A·C Stores July 5, 2012 Available August 2...Read Full Story
No, dear Fashion Week attendees, you are not on the set of “Downtown Abby.” Though the quiet morning snowfall against a cloudy gray sky might have appeared a bit like England, Lincoln Center was the locale for Ruffian’s Fall 2012 unveiling.
The Mercedes Benz tent at Lincoln Center was transformed into an English countryside estate with models dressed in nubby tweed, high collars and bold primary colors.
Ruffian presented a Fall 2012 collection inspired by English estates at New York Fashion...Read Full Story