Collect well & you’ll have some things forever…
From work to play, every smart wardrobe starts with pieces you can’t live without! Learn a few simple lessons and get set with a practical, timeless foundation once and for all.
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Art in Paris: We know you love fashion. But, if you also love Impressionism as much as I do, you’ll be captivated by Richard Nahem‘s report on the Impressionism and Fashion exhibition that melds art and clothing.
The Impressionism and Fashion show at Museé d’Orsay in Paris explores the link Impressionist artists had with fashion and clothing.
Renoir, Monet, Manet, and Degas capture the fashion of the dayREAD MORE »
Once upon a time, if I was at a party and Andy Warhol turned up, I knew I was in the right place.
Beyond being lucky enough to be old enough (age is good for something) to have grown up with Pop Art and its exposure to appreciate Andy Warhol as the great leveler of pop culture and celebrity… those nights at Studio 54 didn’tREAD MORE »
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Don’t miss out on limited edition scarves! Hermes Hiroshi Sugimoto- Couleurs de l’Ombre Covetable Scarves
Hermes and Hiroshi Sugimoto’s new line of limited edition scarves -Couleurs de l’Ombre, are destined to become collectors items you’ll never want to stop wearing…
Leave it to Hermes to tap artist Hiroshi Sugimoto to create one of the art & fashion worlds most covetable accessories to come this season with a range of scarves.
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Featuring ombre prints in an assortmentREAD MORE »
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Eyewear designer Moss Lipow discovers the history of eyewear from their humble, practical minded beginnings to their meteoric rise as an impression making fashion accessory in his new book Eyewear.
As a designer, collector & enthusiast Lipow combines his first-hand knowledge and curated collection of eyewear with an insightful look at the evolution of eyewear for this just released tome that should serve as anREAD MORE »
On a recent trawl through Chelsea, New York’s art gallery packed westside neighborhood, came the discovery of Bruce Silverstein Gallery’s “Reflections: The Expressionist Origins of Lisette Model,” an inspiring visual retrospective featuring an edited collection of the late artist’s work.
Model’s use of reflective layers to combine cityscapes and civilians candidly shuffling about through New York City during the 40′s offers a romantic, nostalgia inducing and evenREAD MORE »
Besides the now iconic cone bra’s he outfitted Madonna for in the early 90′s, the highly controversial Hasidic-inspired collection for Fall 1993 and the many in-your-face ethnic influenced collections ripe with rigorous tailoring that have followed, fashion’s original enfant terrible, Jean Paul Gaultier, will forever be a designer who’s done much more than that in our books.
Long before today’s mega names associated with showmanship like John Galliano and Alexander McQueen,READ MORE »