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Last night, Ferragamo took over the upper level of the McKittrick Hotel and its lush rooftop bar, Gallow Green, to celebrate the launch of L’Icona, the brand’s online tribute to their iconic Vara shoe, which is celebrating 35 years on the feet of stylish women the world over. After sharing a very tight elevator up with Lily Aldridge and a gaggle of friends, we took in a performance by Vogue-anointed It Girl Sophie Auster, ogled the charming photos of Claiborne Swanson Frank, which were artfully strewn across tables and hung from clothing lines, and surveyed the very glamorous crowd.
Last night’s events were all over the place, from New York to Australia to Madrid. But the common denominator was the pretty dresses that ladies like Kristen Stewart, Ashley Greene, Lauren Santo Domingo, and more rocked on the red carpet. But which star had the best look? You tell us.
On Monday, Andres Santo Domingo — as in Lauren Santo Domingo‘s husband and heir to Colombia’s biggest beer company — pled guilty to a hit-and-run incident that occurred in March of last year. His victim is still suing in civil court for $100 million.
Oh, Erin Fetherston. Why are you and your apartment both so lovely? The designer let Vogue‘s Lauren Santo Domingo into her French-inspired home for the latest installment of APT with LSD, and we have to say, we’re really effing jealous of how cool it is.
In case you were wondering what’s like to shop for the hottest looks of New York Fashion Week at all hours of the day and night, we’re here to tell you… it’s fairly freakin’ fabulous thanks to the launch of web site, Moda Operandi. The brainchild of Vogue Contributing Editor, Lauren Santo Domingo, and CEO Aslaug Magnusdottir (formerly of Gilt Noir), M’O has officially arrived. The site went live on Wednesday with Alexander Wang’s Fall 2011 collection taking center screen, and we’ve got to say, this site is pretty addictive.
It’s almost here. The moment you (okay, those of you who got an invite) have all been waiting for. The much-anticipated launch of Moda Operandi, the exclusive runway shopping site from Vogue‘s Lauren Santo Domingo and CEO Aslaug Magnusdottir (former head of merchandising at Gilt Noir), is just around the corner.
Rich person magazine Town & Country is the subject of a mid-size tidbit in today’s Memo Pad in WWD, a fact we would normally overlook if the quotes hadn’t been so luxuriously absurd.
Nothing makes us drool quite like some really lustworthy apartment porn. Lauren Santo Domingo‘s interiors column for Vogue.com has given us a peek into the apartments of some seriously stylish folks (like Coco Rocha). Now LSD is featuring her own ridiculous digs on the site.