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2 posts tagged "Leonard Cohen"

Garden Commander Cohen

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An object lesson in The Man’s Still Got It was presented at Madison Square Garden last night. Leonard Cohen—78 years young, headlining a tour he’s titled “Old Ideas”—played a packed house that, refreshingly, looked to range in age from toddling to mature. (Anecdotal: This reporter attended in the company, and at the insistence, of his retirement-age parents.) Cohen cycled through all the hits, including a spoken-word rendition of “A Thousand Kisses Deep,” which electrified Haider Ackermann’s Fall 2011 show, but as impressive as the set list was his swagger and style. You could almost believe that he could actually rehabilitate that most despised men’s accessory, the bolo tie, which hung around his neck. Time—and perhaps the next season of menswear shows, fast approaching in January—will tell. In the meantime, Cohen will move on to the Barclays Center tomorrow. First he takes Manhattan, then he takes Brooklyn.

Photo: Mike Lawrie/ Getty Images

Leonard Cohen Lets The Light In

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We kept our eyes peeled for pieces by Raf Simons at Leonard Cohen’s packed Radio City Music Hall gig last night. The singer-songwriter had served as inspiration for the designer’s Spring ’09 men’s collection, but we didn’t see any of the “extreme tailoring” that Simons put on his Paris runway, although there were plenty of fashion types in the crowd: Shalom Harlow, Amber Valletta, and Alexandra Richards included. Unfortunately, the beach towel that features the lyrics from “Anthem,” with which he started his set, wasn’t for sale in the merchandise booth, either—but you can get it at Colette.

 

 

Photo: Courtesy of Colette