April 16 2014

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Maya Singer

the kiwi lowdown from karen walker


Karen Walker devotees, take note: Those straw chapeaus the designer showed on Saturday will indeed be going into production for next spring. That was a subject of some debate after Walker’s runway cleared—after all, the skyscraping hats, which sent up many a “preorder” murmur, looked suspiciously like one of those cruel just-for-runway jokes designers like […]

veruschka on self: “pretty good”


What does one do for the woman who’s done everything? Well, when the woman in question is Veruschka, arguably the most photogenic person ever to look into a camera lens, the logical thing is to compile the very best snaps of her and issue a limited-edition book. Thus Veruschka comes to press courtesy of Assouline, […]

Rachel Comey and the Zen of Jewelry-Making


Fashion week events turn up in all sorts of places, but Friday night’s Rachel Comey show at the New Dance Group space in Midtown presented attendees with an interesting invitation to narcissism. Comey had set up her runway in one of the rehearsal spaces at the Dance Group headquarters, and inasmuch as the front row […]

Cushnie et ochs get their freak on


First, to assuage the curious: The song soundtracking the Cushnie et Ochs debut show at the Chelsea Arts Tower yesterday was “I Need a Freak” by Sexual Harassment, and it was released in 1982, and if the synths seemed familiar, that’s because the Black Eyed Peas copped a feel off that hook for their rather […]

hurricane, what hurricane?


Lucky, lucky Marcus and David. Despite the fact that they flipped a schedule change on the fashion public at the very last minute, Rag & Bone designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville nevertheless managed to pack the vast hall of Pier 94 to the metaphorical gills yesterday afternoon. And after that triumph, the duo were […]