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July 31 2014

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Derek Blasberg

Blasblog: Flower Power

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As he himself will tell you, when Carlos Mota put together his first book, Flowers: Chic & Cheap, he was hoping that some of his decoration-loving friends would be willing to host a few fêtes for the tome. Well, he got what he asked for: Since the tome came out in May, Mota has done […]

Blasblog: Dancing (And The Occasional Strip-Down Push-up) With The Dancers

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When I first moved to this big city, the New York City Ballet’s annual Dance With the Dancers benefit was one of my first fancy philanthropic experiences. So Monday night’s fête was both nostalgic and lovely: cocktails on the veranda as the sun set, tucked away in Lincoln Center’s southwest corner (which we’ll all be […]

Blasblog: It All Glitters For Diesel Black Gold

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If the amount of paparazzi outside an establishment is any indication of its popularity—which is the only barometer I use to measure this sort of thing—then the place to be last night in London was Claridge’s Hotel in Mayfair. There were dozens of paps loitering, leaning on their expensive cars and mopeds. (Side note: How […]

Blasblog: At The Movies With Daphne Guinness And DVF

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I’ve been all over the place these last few weeks—from California to Cannes to Canada—so when I got back to New York, jet-lagged and exhausted, I was looking forward to an evening off. Then comes the text message from Daphne Guinness about this must-see, amazing documentary that’ll play one time only in New York and […]

Ed Westwick Hits Fashion Shows But Doesn’t Care What A Girl Spends On Clothes

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Fashionistas of the future converged in Chelsea on Thursday night. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, Express invited a mostly teenage audience to a runway show and party hosted by Chanel Iman, Caroline Trentini, Elettra Wiedemann, and Ed Westwick, in conjunction with Vogue magazine. “They’re not messing around,” Molly Sims noted as she took a seat […]