August 21 2014

styledotcom These days we do most of our sightseeing via @Scottlipps' Instagram:

Subscribe to Style Magazine

Maya Singer

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 […]

who’s alexander wang’s musical guest? foxy brown


So, fashion week’s been pretty tight so far: nice clothes, nice parties, nice chitter-chatter on the side. But admit it, the thought has crossed your mind: Wouldn’t this all be just a little more fresh if Foxy Brown were making the scene? Well, fashion week just got a whole lot fresher, because you can catch […]

ten years on, united bamboo keeps mixing it up


It’s not surprising that the designers of a brand that sometimes presses its own CD compilations should reach for musical metaphors to describe their approach to making clothes. And so it is with United Bamboo, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this season. “It’s kind of like a DJ remixing an old song,” explains Thuy Pham […]