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April 19 2014

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Maya Singer

Welcome To New York—Make That Brooklyn—Fashion Week

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Though The National have a strong fashion following, they’ve always been a little too introspective to qualify as a “fashiony” band. So it was something of a surprise to find out they’d be headlining last night’s kickoff party for the Fall ’11 season at MAC & Milk. It’s always tempting to credit an opening event […]

How To Make A Franco-American Quilt?

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A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou had a special guest in tow for last night’s opening of his A.P.C. Specials store in the West Village: Jessica Ogden, the usually under-the-radar co-designer of the brand’s Madras line. Given the cold outside, it was especially appropriate that conversation with Ogden turned on quilts; her latest collaboration with Touitou is […]

Witchy Woman

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The Lindsey Thornburg look is often described as “witchy,” and for good reason, given the designer’s taste for cloaks and crushed velvet. And for her first-ever fashion week presentation last night, which drew the likes of Nate Lowman and Aurel Schmidt, Thornburg took over a suitably gothic venue—the grottolike wine bar Bacaro—and tapped the talents […]

Behind-The-Scenesters: Nicolas Caito

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Designers design. Photographers photograph. Models model. That much—in broad strokes, at least—is clear. But what about the artists, technicians, and industry insiders, often unpublicized and underappreciated, who help to get clothes and accessories made and shown? Call them Behind-the-Scenesters: people who shape our experience of fashion but never take a bow on the catwalk or […]

Behind-The-Scenesters: Hosanna Marshall

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Designers design. Photographers photograph. Models model. That much—in broad strokes, at least—is clear. But what about the artists, technicians, and industry insiders, often unpublicized and underappreciated, who help to get clothes and accessories made and shown? Call them Behind-the-Scenesters: people who shape our experience of fashion but never take a bow on the catwalk or […]