‘Battle of Versailles’ Relives 1973 Win for American Fashion

Via New York Times, March 4, 2016 The Battle of Versailles, the 1973 showdown between five French design houses (Yves Saint Laurent, Hubert de Givenchy, Emanuel Ungaro, Pierre Cardin and Christian Dior) and their American counterparts (Halston, Oscar de la Renta, Bill Blass, Stephen Burrows and Anne Klein), which is credited with putting American fashion … Continue reading

Spotlight with Uptown Magazine

Unorthodox, creative, daring, bold, colorful, sophisticated, opulence, and excellence are all terms to describe the prolific body of work by American designer Stephen Burrows. From star-studded evenings at Studio 54 to designing signature Barbie dolls, Burrow’s vision and eye for detail have carved a special place in the history of fashion. He is truly a … Continue reading


    “I consider Burrows the only original American designer since Claire McCardell,” Karl Lagerfeld, fashion’s most opinionated man, once said, “Why? Because he created his own rules about cut. It was sophisticated, original, unorthodox.”[1] - Voguepedia
  • Stephen Burrows exhibition: ‘An American Master of Inventive Design’

    May 17-Sept. 15
    SCAD Museum of Art
    601 Turner Blvd
    Savannah, GA