we do, actually. you must've just missed it: http://www.styleforum.net/t/330616/menswear-fall-winter-2013-14-mens-fashion-week-london-milan-paris/50_50#post_6058785
edit: shah beat me to it!
Four of my roommate's dresses (well technically 5 1/2 if you click the link) are in this month's Vogue and I'm really proud of her so I wanted to share
It's sort of complicated but she does the designing (and occasionally handwork) of the beadwork and any detailing like that. she isn't personally doing the pattern or draping on these but works hand in hand with who does so she can get the intricate stuff incorporated. It's sort of split between these 2 "teams"
Still, I don't think all Marchesa dresses will go through her personally though, since she'll refer to certain things as "my dress" and that she was glad all 4 of the dresses in the Vogue article were "hers" so that she can just use the whole thing in her portfolio. Another one that was hers that impressed me was in the holiday windows at Bergdorf this year. There is a funny picture on a popular style blog of her working on it, but I won't post that or the name of the blog out of privacy reasons.
When I look at all my failed DIY attempts I'm just amazed at what these girls put out.
(hard to find good pics of this online)
I mostly work from a text-only terminal and browsing the main page with w3m is very inconvenient - using subscriptions lets me just scrape the page and find out the title of the threads that have been updated, and then can decide whether or not to open up a web browser (0) It's mostly to avoid being overly distracted dealing with fora; once my focus drifts it's at least an hour's lost productivity.
From the Books Thread Pugh, Tisci, YY, and MMM:
I just found undercover's s/s 2004 collection where he made two versions of each look (one melted), so fucking cool...