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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.
Sarah Jessica Parker‘s character as Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City had quite the enviable wardrobe. Fancy wares from Christian Dior, Manolo Blahnik, and Vivienne Westwood were plenty. However, that iconic pink tulle skirt from the opening credits cost stylist Patricia Field a mere $5, and she found it in a bargain bucket at some random sale. And we thought that we were the queens of shopping.
Isaac Mizrahi and Derek Blasberg hosted a screening of Sweet Charity in New York last night to benefit non-profit organization The Good Shepherd. Guests like Patricia Field, Waris Ahluwalia, Amy Sacco, and more attended the screening, but Field apparently did not enjoy the event.
Fashionista spoke with AnnaSophia Robb about playing Carrie, while Patricia Field chatted with WWD about a bargain-hunting expedition she took with Sarah Jessica Parker.
This week saw the end of the Week of Fashion, and what a successful week it was! We brushed shoulders Beyoncé, and chatted with the likes of Tavi and Carine Roitfeld. We also bore witness to the fact that Lindsey Lohan had a less successful week. Marc Jacobs seems to be headed to Dior, even though he’s demanding a huge paycheck. And Suri Cruise wears lipstick. Deal with it.
The Anna Sui show is always one of Fashion Week‘s most fun. It’s the show where you can bank on the the industry’s top models — Karlie, Arizona, Lindsey, Daphne, Jess — walking in flashy, colorful creations to high-octane music. It’s a show that reminds you that fashion can (and should) be fun.
Andrej Pejic is the prettiest boy in all the land, so it’s only natural that he channel Marilyn Monroe at some point. And the time is now! Yes, you can watch Pejic come to life as the icon in the cleverly titled Norman Jean.
Superstar stylist Patricia Field got in hot water last week after a number of publications reported that she’d called British Prime Minister David Cameron fat. Field has since set the record straight, saying the whole affair was a gross misunderstanding.
Patricia Field is as irreverent as they come. Her work as a designer and stylist is certainly kooky, but her opinions can also cause a raised eyebrow or two.
We’re still having some difficulty wrapping our heads around the chaotic organized fabulousness that is Fashion’s Night Out — it’s happening this Friday night! This year the nighttime shopping extravaganza has been ramped up with more stores open and more events to cover, and we’re going to try and see as much of it as we can — without driving ourselves crazy, of course. From Midtown to the West Village, SoHo to the Meatpacking District, here’s where you’ll find us on Fashion’s Night Out.
No one can deny that Patricial Field is a character and we’ve been particularly fond of her (and her eccentricities) throughout the years. It’s hard to hate the woman who single-handedly brought back the nameplate necklace and made it fashionable for a bride to wear a peacock blue bird on their head. But while reading Huffington Post Style’s profile on the stylist, one section jumped out at us.
Sex and the City fans everywhere have been itching for whatever details they can get their manicured hands on before the second installment of the movie hits theaters next week. On Wednesday, to curb the appetites of some, stylist and SATC costume designer Patricia Field invited a small group of editors to her studio to talk fashion and Carrie.
It seems not even Oprah can escape the Sex and the City 2 craze. Next month’s O Magazine takes a look at the girl behind the girls: stylist Patricia Field who, in addition to creating Carrie Bradshaw’s image, has been one of the greatest visionaries in the New York fashion scene since first opening her boutique in 1966. And while we were thrilled to get an advanced peak at the stylist’s favorite things, some of her responses left us scratching our heads and thinking, “Huh?”