This season did not disappoint.
For several years now, people have claimed that New York Fashion Week isn't as exciting as it used to be. This season's schedule looks particularly different as several mainstay designers have decamped to Los Angeles (Tom Ford), Paris (Jeremy Scott), London (Tommy Hilfiger), or are not showing at all (Ralph Lauren). Still there is a lot of singular fashion to gaze upon—and lust after—especially from a new crop of rising talents. From Christian Siriano who kicked off the season to the always-grand finale at Marc Jacobs, here are the best, most outrageous and covetable looks everyone's talking about. Check back regularly for daily updates.
Phillip: Bolton is reportedly growing concerned the White House will claim a large amount of details are classified without specifying why, which could set up a long legal battle over the publication But if trump is wanting to have it wait till he is out of office, why would they then claim large amounts would be classified information then? If that was the case it wouldnt matter if trump is out of office to publish since the information would still be classified right? This is not about whether or not info in his book may be classified, its about the picture that paints trump in a bad way in this book and trump doesnt want that information to be known by the public. Sorry this is his way of silencing our freedom of speech. Again showing how he is truly the most transparent president ever right?