Fashion Week Observed
As much as we love Fashion Week, anyone who has ever been to the shows will tell you that it’s not an easy stroll down the tents. Instead, you have to contend with late start times, harried ticket scanners, dying electronics (due to lack of outlets at Lincoln Center/Eyebeam), and a myriad of other FW-related crises. In that spirit, we’re covering this season’s Fashion Week with YOU in mind, sending our intrepid reporters out to cover the important aspects of the shows…well, the ones that have nothing to do with the clothes.
Below, Naeem Khan, Concept Korea, Pamella Roland, Billy Reid and The Art Institutes.
A whisper of advice for would-be Fashion Week show-crashers: judging from the line for the elevator at Milk Studios last night, it’s probably best to skip Lincoln Center altogether and head down to 15th Street instead. Milk had five separate presentations planned for 7 p.m. on their 8th floor, and when we arrived around 7:10, the line Read More
The most striking thing about this year’s Oscars, other than that a female director finally won? The guys’ hair. There was George Clooney, whose longish (for him) do had a distinctly feathered quality in the front. Then there was James Cameron, whose soft, elongated bowl cut channeled ABBA, and was possibly blow-dried. But Mark Boal, Read More