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Monday, August 24, 2009

Headline Trip

Since it'd be too obvious to just go into fashion, Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld is opting to curate another art show with a New York Fashion Week launch. [NY Observer]

Mystic revelations from Chloe Sevigny and Joe Denardo fuel the hysteria surrounding Opening Ceremony's Tokyo launch. [Daily Beast]

Now you can get your nails did with the likes of Carri Mundane at WAH in East London. Hipsters were bound to show up. [The Moment]

Is Grace Coddington Vogue's secret puppet master? The September Issue is rife with juicy secrets. [Page Six]

The second issue of LOVE hits newsstands today, featuring Miss Piggy in Marc Jacobs and Allegra Versace flirting with the family business. [LOVE]

WAH Nails

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Sunday, June 21, 2009

Hint Gallery: A Magazine

The ninth and latest A Magazine is out, this time guest-curated by Proenza Schouler (previously Riccardo Tisci, originally Martin Margiela). And the duo isn't shy about who their influences are, at least judging from all the art and photography they filled the pages with...

Cover of Chloe Sevigny by Richard Burbridge

Eye Sore Sun Tunneling With Throbbing Penumbras by David Sherry

Double Entrance / Double Exit by Kon Trubkovich

One day at the Spiral Jetty by Florian Maier-Aichen

Untitled, 1980 (Exterior) by Jimmy DeSana

Style Noir Photography Craig McDean, Styling Karl Templer

Missy in Furs in Western Mass, March 28-29 2009 by Roe Ethridge

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Saturday, May 30, 2009

Horse Power

Drinking in the afternoon is a pretty iffy pursuit, even for us, but how can you say no when the sponsor of the Manhattan Polo Classic is the champion of champers, Veuve Clicquot, and you're rubbing hats with fashion, music, media and royal elite? Besides, someone needs to toast Prince Harry's first trip to New York...

Lorenzo Martone horsing around in pleated shorts
Argentinean polo player and Ralph Lauren model hotness Nacho Figueras

Marc Jacobs might have left the skort at home, but still trotted out the heels
Marc Jacobs and a sun-phobic Madonna being completely bored by someone

No horse's gams can compete with Chloe Sevigny's
His Royal Highness made the only royal point of the match

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Saturday, February 23, 2008

Wow, Chloe Sevigny must be a real busy lady these days, what with launching her new Blossom-meets-The Clash line for Opening Ceremony, style advising at British Elle and providing the face for Chloé's new eau de parfum. Now she's the so-called ambassador of Samsonite Black Label's new Trunk line of vintage-style luggage, designed by creative director Quentin Mackay. Last spring Christina Ricci held this title, vamping for a cute line of rollers and carry-ons that were decked out in cheeky floral prints, à la grandma's kitchen curtains. This time Samsonite went further back in time with an articulate, handmade resurrection of the original trunk collection the Shwayder Brothers (who founded Samsonite) created in the 20s. The interiors were kept intact, but the unwieldy clunk was surrendered to cross-terminal wheel needs and overhead-compartment-era streamlining. Very diplomatic, Chloe.

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