August 20 2014

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Darrell Hartman

Going Grey


It’s been quite a week for Grey Area: The buzzy artist-edition site launched a new collection of products, “Americana,” on election night, and has sold more than 1,500 of Sebastian Errazuriz’s inspired “MANHATTAN BLACKOUT” and “I STILL LOVE NY” T-shirts since last weekend, with profits going to Hurricane Sandy relief.On top of that, cofounders Manish […]

The Beatrice Inn: 2006-2009, 2012-?

------- contributing editor and party reporter Darrell Hartman circles the city and, occasionally, the globe in the line of duty. In a new column, he reports on the topics—whatever they may be at whatever given moment—that are stirring the social set. If you’re familiar with the old Beatrice Inn—the Paul Sevigny, Matt Abramcyk, and André […]

Truly Vintage Lanvin, On Display In Paris


Fashion-minded visitors at the Biennale des Antiquaires, which opened to the public today in Paris and runs through September 23, tend to beeline to the haute joaillerie. Mere paces away from the Cartier booth, however, a Parisian gallery has put together something genuine fashion wonks might prefer: a re-creation of an installation that Jeanne Lanvin […]

Carlos Campos Spring 2013


Label: Carlos CamposNeed to know: More than a lot of menswear designers, Carlos Campos is a constructer. He cuts his own patterns and describes himself as a “frustrated architect.” Collaborating with one of his idols, Santiago Calatrava, two years ago on a New York City Ballet production meant a lot to him; just how much […]

Anna Dello Russo’s Rules Of Fashion


For the inimitable Anna Dello Russo, rules are everything and nothing. “I play with the rules to break the rules,” the globe-galloping Japanese Vogue editor told yesterday at Eloise at the Plaza. She was there to launch her new H&M accessories collection, an ornamental fantasia of curling reptile bracelets, dominatrix boots, and turquoise-and-gilt everything, […]