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Jil Sander returned to the runway after a seven-year hiatus with her spring 2013 menswear collection this past weekend, and the reviews are in!
Ever since Theory president Andrew Rosen hired wunderkind Olivier Theyskens as the brand’s new artistic director, the fashion world has sort of been waiting for the other shoe to drop. But it turns out that Rosen is quite comfortable with his decision, thank you very much, and defended his move and Theyskens’ commercial viability in an interview with Guy Trebay of The New York Times.
It takes an intensely creative mind to market a menswear line, but we’re giving a lot of cool points to designer Adam Kimmel for his latest clothing presentation. It’s a video of illusionist David Blaine wearing one of Kimmel’s tuxedos and swimming around with Great White sharks.
There is nothing we love more than a good, underminey New York Times Style profile — which is why today’s piece by Guy Trebay on Marc Jacobs‘ “ex” Lorenzo Martone is, in a word, amazing. While Martone is certainly the star of the piece, Brazillian model Jeisa Chiminazzo — his date for the evening during which Trebay followed him to the Brazil Foundation Gala — absolutely steals the show.
Every guy needs a summer sandal — to wear at the beach and nowhere else, naturally — but the Birkenstock? Call us old-fashioned or crazy or stuck up if you want, but we’re just not sure this crunchy, hippie sandal is the right one for us.
She’s one of those names, you know the ones — first name only, dropped randomly into casual conversation to test you, to see if you can catch these sorts of oh-so-bohemian cultural references which indicate that the person doing the referencing is a person of Vast Knowledge and Infinite Connections. Hers gradually became ingrained in my media rolodex, but with no context in which to ground it. Which is why I really loved reading Guy Trebay’s piece on Kim (Hastreiter, if you’re not on a first name basis), the editor in chief of Paper magazine and, more importantly, “the coolest person in New York.”