Lanvin 'I Love You'

Just the Pics, Please: Lanvin's 'I Love You' Book

Celebrated for his lively window displays for Lanvin, among his many creative pursuits, the house's creative director Alber Elbaz has authored the book 'I love You' (Rizzoli, $75, Oct. 2014), a photographic record of these street-theater tableaux derived mostly from the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré boutique, as well as one-off exhibits at the Crillon and Art Basel Miami.

Sep 23, 2014 20:28:00

Just the Pics, Please: Harper's Bazaar ICONS Party

A highlight of New York Fashion Week, Harper's Bazaar celebrated iconic women with a black-tie soiree at the Plaza Hotel, where Lady Gaga lulled the crowd with a surprisingly low-key performance. (photos by Nicholas Hunt for Patrick McMullan)

Sep 08, 2014 12:11:00
Charlie Le Mindu

Just the Pics, Please: Charlie Le Mindu Haute Coiffure

When the hair stylist extraordinaire Charlie Le Mindu isn't creating elaborate headpieces destined to grace the craniums of Lady Gaga, Peaches, and many more ladies of the avant-garde, he's staging tonsorial theater during the Paris couture shows that at times feels more like kabuki theater. He calls it, fittingly, haute coiffure. Last season his theme was Seapunk, in homage to an obscure scene that combines the usual punk accoutrements with elements of sea life. This season's theme could have been Sasquatchpunk, if such a scene exists — and surely it does somewhere...

Jul 12, 2014 21:29:00
Backstage at amFAR 2014, photos Eli Schmidt

Just the Pics, Please: amfAR Inspiration Gala

Merry champions in the fight against AIDS and their admirers turned out to the Plaza Hotel, New York, for amfAR’s annual Inspiration Gala and a fashion show featuring looks by Thom Browne, Raf Simons, Rick Owens, and Calvin Klein.

Honorees included HRH Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, CK's Francisco Costa and Italo Zucchelli, and HBO President Michael Lombardo. The gaiety continued well into the night with a live performance by New Order and a steady stream of rainbow-colored confetti...

Jun 12, 2014 13:44:00
Met director Thomas Campbell, Michelle Obama & Anna Wintour (photo Owen Hoffmann for Patrick McMullan)

Just the Pics, Please: Anna Wintour Costume Center Christening

New York's fashion elite, and then some, turned out for First Lady Michelle Obama's ribbon-cutting and unveiling of the Costume Institute's Anna Wintour Costume Center.

May 05, 2014 18:44:00
Pradasphere

Just the Pics, Please: Pradasphere

Pradasphere — Prada's takeover of Harrods, London — traces the house's assorted obsessions, from fashion to art, architecture, furniture, film, publishing, and even sports...

May 01, 2014 13:01:00
Alan Cumming & Michelle Williams

Just the Pics, Please: Cabaret

At the opening of Cabaret, starring Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams, at Studio 54, New York. (Photos by Marie Havens for Patrick McMullan)...

Apr 27, 2014 20:07:00
Alber Elbaz & Lanvin CEO Michele Huiban

Lanvin, a Picnic and Crushed Cars

Like all great designers, Alber Elbaz is a lover of the arts — and increasingly, a patron. And so, in conjunction with an exhibition of César Baldaccini at Luxembourg & Dayan Gallery in New York, the Lanvin designer paid tribute to the sculptor at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. In the 1940s César took classes at the centuries-old classical arts academy, where he eventually became a professor.

In the grand Amphitheatre d’Honneur, a picnic dinner was served, dreamed up by chef Jean-François Piège. Among chicken confit and mini-burgers, there was, of course, Caesar salad. That was followed by a reading by French actor Emmanuel Salinger of Etgar Keter’s fictional interpretation of César’s famous series of crushed cars. Lanvin is further showcasing three works by the artist in its rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré windows.

Oct 29, 2013 13:10:00
KAWS, Pharrell Williams & Swizz Beatz

Just the Pics, Please

To celebrate the launch of his New York gallery (in the landmark Bank of New York Building on Madison Avenue), French gallerist Emmanuel Perrotin hosted an art carnival in the Russian Tea Room. Several of his artists made — and sometimes manned — booths where party-goers could make spin art (Damien Hirst), grab a stuffed toy with a claw machine (Takashi Murakami), or play a game of ring toss (Daniel Arsham)...

Sep 17, 2013 21:52:00

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