August 20 2014

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Nicole Phelps

As the Executive Editor of, Nicole Phelps reports on fashion shows in New York, Milan, and Paris. Before joining the company in 2004, she served as Fashion News Editor of Elle magazine. In that position, she traveled on assignment to Japan, Brazil, Australia, and Kuwait. Prior to Elle, Phelps began her career at W and Women's Wear Daily. Phelps is a graduate of Wesleyan University.

Neil Barrett Digs Zaha Hadid’s Curves


Neil Barrett’s women’s collection has always been about sharp cuts, but for Fall there’s even more splicing and dicing than usual. “It’s about dissecting an Englishman’s wardrobe and putting it back together,” he explained, pointing out a a scarf made from a jacket lapel, a shirt with cuffs at the shoulder, tank dresses patchworked together […]

Buffalo Exchange


The Keystone State is a less than two hours by car from Manhattan, but I had to come all the way to Milan to find out what a Pennsylvania Tuxedo is. Woolrich—America’s oldest clothing company and the brand responsible for the first buffalo plaid—showcased its debut high-end outerwear and sportswear here yesterday. You won’t find […]

Morning Musings (And Muses) At The Met


“A good model can advance fashion ten years.” That was Marc Jacobs quoting Yves Saint Laurent this morning at the Met, where the designer, Vogue‘s Anna Wintour, the Costume Institute’s Harold Koda, and the museum’s new director, Thomas P. Campbell, were gathered for a press conference about the upcoming exhibition The Model as Muse: Embodying […]

Eggs In The Snow


Elise Crombez, Simon Doonan, Eva Amurri, and assorted editors and social types toasted Pollini‘s Jonathan Saunders at a lunch at La Grenouille yesterday. Saunders, whose sophomore Pollini effort will hit the runway in Milan on March 2, is in town to present his signature collection in a Chelsea gallery this Sunday night. Talk ranged from […]

The Selby: Now Get The T-shirt


Todd Selby launched, the addictive, voyeur’s heaven featuring his photographs of creative types and their equally creative homes, just over six months ago and he’s already got the likes of Michael Stipe asking him to shoot their places. “I’ve tapped into a general human instinct, people are always up in everyone else’s business,” Selby […]