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In the midst of his Asylum book tour, Doonan talks Instagram, Miley Cyrus and the appeal of the demented.
Details about his character are under wraps, but Zegen is quick to point out that, in the wake of Chris Abbott’s sudden departure from the show last year, his character will not be functioning as a ‘Charlie surrogate.’
There’s only one problem with Leandra Medine’s tweets and blog posts: They aren’t long enough. That’s a difficult thing to make people feel in a world where reading anything over 140 characters sometimes seems exhausting, but her confident self-deprecation and natural hilariousness are responsible for many embarrassing public laughing attacks and one instance of almost spitting coffee on a stranger. So we’re obviously pretty excited about the blogger’s upcoming book, Searching For Love, Finding Overalls, which WWD reports as being slated for release September 10.
Despite being a supermodel, businesswoman and oh, Mrs. David Bowie, Iman is perhaps the highest-profile of under-the-radar stars. So it’s a real treat when the 57-year-old icon makes an appearance, especially one with her wind machine-blown hair and crazy-fantastic skin in full force.
Red carpet champ Mary-Louise Parker has done what Anne Hathaway threatened, and is quitting showbiz because of all you internet haters. Parker, who is best known for starring in Weeds, the Red franchise and R.I.P.D, told News Corp Australia today that she’s “almost done acting.”
A New York dream we didn’t even know we had came true when Patricia Field invited us, and a handful of other editors, for an intimate dinner with Pavan Liquer at her downtown Bowery residence, just a block over from her eponymous boutique.
Garance Doré proves that she knows exactly just how much to share. In an interview with The Talks, the French blogger answers practically every question we’d ever want to ask her, and than some, putting it all ever so gracefully — which is a feat when topics like sex, reality TV, Woody Allen, and narcissistic social media sharing are on the table. Side note: She makes us feel better about our tendency to edit our lives to err on the side of bon vivant.
In 2010, shamed designer John Galliano launched his own downward spiral with an anti-semitic rant that was caught on tape. In 2011 he was fired from Dior for those, and other unseemly behaviors. The fashion world has sat back, both rubbing our palms together to watch this disaster unravel, and cautiously awaiting his next move — will he come back? Will he ever be able to come back from this? We may just get our answers in his first-ever sober interview, and first since being ousted from the house, in Vanity Fair’s July issue.
One of the perks to working in Soho is that we can practically feel the coolness that is Kirna Zabête radiating all the way from their Greene Street boutique. On Wednesday night, however, founders Beth Buccini and Sarah Easley took their It-factor uptown to toast the second month of their ongoing collaboration with Nine West. We sat down with the retail mavens to talk sneaky seasons, footwear trends, and shoes that help you “soldier on”…even when it’s still slushy in springtime.
Fashion icon Diane Von Furstenberg recently sat down with Interview‘s David Coleman to talk about her brand, and what we got out of it was a very interesting piece of fashion trivia: where that iconic lip logo came from!
Giorgio Armani opened up to Elle UK in their September issue about what it takes to be a true fashion mogul, and what he had to say was surprisingly poignant.
The other day, we took a look at the designer collections for the cool and affordable eBay Holiday Collective, the auction site’s first foray into fashion. While we were there, we were lucky enough to catch up with Chris Benz and shoot the breeze.
In a a recent interview with La Repubblica, Miuccia Prada expressed several concerns about the direction the Italian fashion industry is taking.
Yesterday we stopped by the eBay Holiday Collective showroom to see the designer collections and chat with Amy Smilovic, designer and founder of It-girl favorite Tibi.
Fashion blogger Bryanboy is a front-row regular who, in the past, has been slightly mysterious. But he’ll be getting up close and personal with his audience when he transitions into television with the new season of America’s Next Top Model.
Our beloved Tavi Gevinson might finally be dealing with her first copycat, and the culprit, she thinks, is none other than Seventeen magazine.
There has already been quite a lot of buzz around Hedi Slimane taking over the reins at Yves Saint Laurent (soon to be Saint Laurent Paris), and French Vogue is adding to the excitement with an eight-page feature on the brand’s new creative director in the its August issue.
Born into France’s high court of fashion (her mother being former editor in chief of French Vogue, Carine Roitfeld and her father designer Christian Restoin), Julia Restoin-Roitfeld grew up around the tastemakers and gamechangers of the entire fashion industry. A graduate of Parsons Paris School of Art and Design, Restoin-Roitfeld has created her own vision of the glamorous world she grew up in through the lens of photography and design. Today she’s taken on a couple new roles that Grazia explored through a recent interview, which became the inspiration for our Top 5 List. Without further ado, the Top 5 Reasons Why We’re Jealous of Julia Restoin-Roitfeld.
The fashion establishment is starting to take notice of one Miss Willow Smith, and we couldn’t be happier! The youngest Smith makes her glossy fashion magazine debut in December’s issue of W magazine, which will hereafter be known as the most awesome issue Stefano Tonchi has rolled out to date.
Ever since Martha Stewart started interviewing fashion people on her show, we’ve been keeping tabs on her work in the industry. We didn’t think it could get much better than her glamorous modeling gig with Chanel, but we might have made that call a little too early.