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April 18 2014

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Linlee Allen

Basel Style: The High-Low And The Old-New

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We could easily go without ever again hearing about someone’s style ethos being a mix of high and low with some vintage tossed in. But the fact remains—that is the most basic formula for a stylish ensemble. It certainly holds true for the cute looks that Linlee Allen scouted on the streets of South Beach […]

Franca Sozzani Serves Duck For Breakfast

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Friday morning attracted an impressive assortment of fashion identities at the Raleigh hotel in Miami as Vogue Italia‘s Franca Sozzani hosted a breakfast to unveil—wait for it—a duck. Not just any duck, however. This one, a giant resin sculpture (pictured at left) measuring in around one meter, is British contemporary artist Stuart Semple’s ode to […]

How They Navigated Art Basel

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Though there is something to be said for haphazardly finding oneself in the right place at the right time at Art Basel Miami Beach, as evidenced by the past few days, there’s an ever increasing and overwhelming number of things to see, eat, and buy. To get the most out of one’s arty South Beach […]

Basel Style: Black, White, And Plaid All-Over

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As our Blasblogger so astutely pointed out yesterday, the distance between Miami Beach and Bryant Park has grown nearly imperceptible. So we’ve asked Linlee Allen to document the sunny, sandy, arty style scene. Here’s the first installment of what she found. 1. Name: Yvonne Quirmbach Occupation: Gallerist Wearing: Ann Demeulemeester pants, Martin Margiela shirt, vintage […]

Raising The Bardot

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We’re the first to admit Los Angeles isn’t exactly the clubbing capital of America. That may be about to change, thanks to a recently opened hot spot named Club Bardot. “It’s Hollywood without the generic Hollywood crap,” declares co-director Jason Scoppa, who with former Green Door colleague Alexi Yulish have teamed up with owner John […]