August 28 2014

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Maya Singer

In the Navy, New York’s Downtown Hot Spot


Since opening in February, New York restaurant Navy has emerged as something of a downtown clubhouse—a hip yet easygoing place for locals who prefer shooting oysters to vodka (most days). The convivial atmosphere is no surprise, given that Navy is the brainchild of Akiva Elstein and Matt Abramcyk, exes of Employees Only and The Beatrice […]

At the Taj Mahal, a Regional Woolmark Prize Victor Is Chosen


ANDAM. The LVMH Prize. CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. The fashion industry is awash in awards these days. But of all the prizes for emerging designers, none has a more hallowed history than the one given out by Woolmark, which anointed both Yves Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld in the 1950s. Since its relaunch in 2013, Woolmark’s […]

Editor Obsessions: Epure by Lise Charmel’s Barely-There Bra


Every day,’s editors reveal their current obsessions—and where to buy them. Check out today’s pick, below. I love a barely-there summer look as much as the next girl. My conundrum, though, is the bra. The nude-toned bras from Epure by Lise Charmel are as close as I’m ever going to come to full commando, […]

Alexander Lewis Does His Thing for Fall


Alexander Lewis does things his own way. Since launching his label two years ago, the London-based designer has exclusively shown Pre-Fall and Resort collections. And now, as he debuts his first main season outing, Lewis is doing things his own way again: His Fall ’14 collection is a riff on the one he created for […]

Grace Gives London a New LBD


Erik Torstensson and Jens Grede did not go small with the launch of their new label, Grace, last night in London. The duo, who founded the creative agency Saturday Group, as well as the denim line Frame, unveiled a capsule collection of little black dresses in a salon-style show at the opulent Grill Room of […]