Former reality television star, Lauren Conrad, social media sensation The Fat Jew and Givenchy are all geared up for their debut at New York Fashion Week in September. Conrad will make her runway debut with a limited-edition LC Conrad Runway Collection to be showcased on Sep. 9, a day ahead of the start of the fashion week.
Josh Ostrovsky popularly known as The Fat Jewish is also heading to New York. He will debut the Dad Fashion show, according to The Cut. The Instagram star recently signed up with talent agency CAA and also with One Management as a male model. He has another feather to his cap, being the co-founder of this summer’s drink of choice, White Girl Rosé.
French fashion house Givenchy is for the first time moving from Paris and showcasing its Spring/Summer 2016 collection for the first time in the States, Elle reported. The runway show will be organized under the supervision of its creative director Riccardo Tisci on Sept. 11 with the collaboration of performance artist Marina Abramovic. The Givenchy show will coincide with the opening of its U.S. flagship boutique in Manhattan at the end of the summer.
Conrad will be debuting a new collection at the fashion extravaganza, which she revealed on Instagram. It will be the reality star-turned designer’s first runway show. There will be a livestreaming of the vintage-inspired capsule collection, which fans will be able to shop via her website.
Conrad, who designs for Kohl’s and Paper Crown, will include evening wear, handbags, shoes, sunglasses and jewelry in her capsule collection, apart from her dresses, blouses and shorts. There will be lots of feminine pieces like high-waist trousers, faux fur vests, novelty outerwear, as well as cocktail dresses.
The Fat Jew will present his Dad Collection at the Holy Grail of fashion events. He terms his new line as “an eclectic collection of apparel” that is fit for all dads irrespective of their age group, mood and personality. Josh will showcase his collection at MADE’s studio at the Standard Hotel in New York City.