Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and designer Olivier Theyskens attend Barneys New York Hosts Olivier Theyskens Book Launch during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at the Barneys New York on February 11, 2010 in New York City. (Getty Images)more pics Olivier Theyskens, previously the head designer at Nina Ricci, has been hired to design a capsule collection for Theory. Style blogger Susie Bubble bumped into Olivier at the launch of his new book, The Other Side of the Picture, and asked him a...Read Full Story
Getty Images. There have been rumors that Nina Ricci creative director Olivier Theyskens would soon leave the French luxury brand for some time, now. Theyskens has garnered much critical praise for the brand in the two years of his tenure, yet sales have remained stagnant, and the current economic crisis has set tongues wagging that a change will take place sooner rather than later.When Theyskens spoke to WWD on Monday after his pre-fall show, however, he seemed confident that he would...Read Full Story
Models on the catwalk at the Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2009 collection fashion show during the Paris Fashion Week, Paris, France. (Photo by Flynet Pictures) Does the dress above look familiar to you? It looks strikingly similar to the much talked-about canary yellow gown Madonna wore to the 1998 VH1 Awards. The gown was designed by then-enfant terrible Olivier Theyskens, who went on to head the house of Rochas in 2002. The house folded in 2006, with only the accessories and...Read Full Story
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