2 posts tagged "Miss Lily’s"
Miss Lily’s—the Serge Becker-designed Jamaican-themed downtown restaurant, nightlife hub, shop, and radio station—just got a little bit cooler. The Miss Lily’s crew (which, of course, includes cofounders Bin and Genc Jakupi and Paul Salmon) has announced that they’re releasing an album featuring their favorite reggae beats. A collaborative project with VP Records, Miss Lily’s Family Style Vol. 1 includes both classic and modern beats true to the restaurant’s island-meets-urban spirit. Produced by house DJ Max Glazer and Salmon, the album isn’t officially out until January 22, but it’s available for order on the Miss Lily’s Web site from today.
Cédric Charlier Is Out At Cacharel, Liz’s White Diamonds Will Hit The Block, Lucy Gets A New Disguise, And More…
Alas, it’s au revoir to Cédric Charlier (left): Cacharel and its designer are parting ways. Charlier is only the latest in a line of designer departures that has included Milan Vukmirovic at Trussardi 1911, Vanessa Seward at Azzaro, Clare Waight Keller at Pringle of Scotland, and, of course, John Galliano at Dior. [WWD]
The late, great Liz Taylor had a legendary love of diamonds—even naming her fragrance White Diamonds—and over the course of her lifetime, she racked up a ton of them. Now, sources say her collection will hit the auction block at Christie’s (though whether or not they’ll raise money for the charities she championed, as was predicted during her lifetime, remains unknown). [Grazia via Racked]
Pop-starlet-turned-vintage-shopkeeper Lily Allen is extending her reach yet further: She and her sister, Sarah Owen, are debuting a new label, Lucy in Disguise, this June. Oasis creative director Nadia Dunhill will collaborate with Allen and Owen on the designs for the fledgling collection. [Vogue U.K.]
Looking for New York’s best Jamaican food? You might try Serge Becker’s new West Village restaurant Miss Lily’s. But it’s more than food on offer at the hot spot-to-be: Miss Lily’s is also home to some of the city’s most stylish hostesses, as W discovers. [W]