“Look who it is: it’s Edwina, the Edwina,” Isaac Mizrahi exclaimed to The Observer this past Saturday, as he approached Edwina von Gal, the designer who, Ross Bleckner told us, “did the landscaping at my house in Sagaponack.”
We were at Cindy Sherman’s new East Hampton home at a benefit for the Azuero Earth Project, the Panama-based ecological nonprofit of which Ms. von Gal is president. It was a cozy beginning-of-the-end to the Hamptons summer season. Guests sat on benches under a white tent to eat empanadas and watch performances by Suzanne Vega, Rufus Wainwright, Laurie Anderson and Lou Reed. Children climbed into pendulous bamboo cocoons, stuffed with pillows, that swayed from the trees.
It’s ironic that Yvonne Force Villareal, a woman known for blending the worlds of fashion and art, started her career off with an art installation where almost everybody was naked.
A dozen years ago, the non-profit Art Production Fund launched with a show of naked models standing and slouching, for hours, on the floor of Read More
On Sunday, Guest of Cindy Sherman will premiere at Tribeca Film Festival. And if you’re anything like us and easily excited by the prospect of seeing a film by or about the queen of role-play herself—we already RSVP’d to the after-party hoping to clink glasses with the artist—you would be massively fooled!
The film was Read More
Fabiola Beracasa just returned from a trip to Beijing, where the socialite was a special guest at a Karl Lagerfeld for that Fendi fashion show atop the Great Wall.
Last night she was wearing suede boots, short pantaloons and a corseted top—all black and all Fendi—to a ball to benefit RXArt, a charity that puts Read More
After putting her Fifth Avenue penthouse on the market over a year ago, Julia Roberts is finally closer to selling, according to the New York Post. Also, whatever happened to Lenny Kravitz buying the Duke Semans mansion? Could the ice-cream man have been wrong?
Hank Azaria dropped $4.75 Read More
Leaving all that “sensual elegance” behind, Ms. Sherman recently purchased an approximately 5,000-square-foot condo near the Hudson River, according to the New York Times.
- Michael Calderone