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August 30 2014

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2 posts tagged "Jean-Philippe Delhomme"

Burch and Co. Bring The Big Bucks, Fashion’s New Crawford, And More…

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Chace Crawford is guest-editing Grazia Daily this week, making him the most famous fashion intern since Sean Avery. The guy’s not exactly known for his high-fashion bona fides, but we’re guessing this matters to the smitten girls who’ll be tuning in, oh, not at all. [Grazia]

Helmut Lang menswear has a new guiding light: Naoki Takizawa, a veteran of Issey Miyake, will take over the design of the men’s collection come Fall. [WWD]

T sits down with famed illustrator Jean Philippe Delhomme, whose distinctive drawings have graced campaigns for Barneys and NYC’s The Mark. The takeaway? “Fashion people are disconnected from reality.” Debate freely, below. [T]

And last night, DVF, Theory’s Andrew Rosen, and Tory Burch presented President Clinton a $1 million check from the CFDA’s “Fashion for Haiti” campaign for the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund. Maybe not so disconnected from reality, after all?

Photo: Courtesy of the CFDA

Blog Watch: The Unknown Hipster

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An e-mail message announcing the Unknown Hipster made it through my spam filter this morning. The new blog—with drawn portraits of fashion figures like Karl Lagerfeld, Thom Browne, and Garance Doré—satirizes the self-important fashion world in the teasingly tart manner characteristic of Jean-Philippe Delhomme. The French artist and author, who recently published his first illustrated book in English, The Cultivated Life (and whom stateside readers might remember from the 1990′s Barneys ads), is taking his trenchant wit into a new dimension and I, for one, am happy to follow him there.

Illustration: Courtesy of Unknownhipster.com