• News

    Paige Reddinger | September 17, 2014

    Sandro Homme Opens First U.S. Store With Artist Workshop

    Sandro Homme is getting arty! The brand opened its first menswear store in the U.S. this month at 145 Spring Street across from its women’s store and they’ve created a temporary in-store residence for artists to mark the occasion. Dubbed “The Workshop”, the 880-square-foot store will feature live installations from different contemporary artists each month

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  • Media

    Dena Silver | September 17, 2014

    Marie Claire~Ology

    A delicious Media Issue story you might’ve missed during the madness of NYFW! For 20 years, the U.S. version of Marie Claire has been filling its pages with a solid mix of fashion editorials and real world features. So while the glossy blows out their candles, join your Daily on taking a look back at

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  • News

    Eddie Roche | September 17, 2014

    La Vie En Ruffian: Meet Sunset Tower’s Jeff Klein

    In their latest installment of La Vie En Ruffian, Brian Wolk and Claude Morais of Ruffian sit down with hotel impresario Jeff Klein, owner of the Sunset Tower (home of the Vanity Fair Oscar party), The City Club Hotel in New York, and co-owner of the Monkey Bar to get his secrets…. Jeff Klein is endowed

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  • News

    Alexandra Ilyashov | September 17, 2014

    Sergio Says! Paolo Nutini Edition

    Buckle up, ladies and gents! With soulful pipes and smoldering good looks, Adele’s favorite singer-songwriter, Scottish born hottie Paolo Nutini, is ready for his close-up. I caught up with Paolo about his phenomenal new album, opening on tour for The Rolling Stones and going commando. Your new album is called “Caustic Love”. What does caustic

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  • Chic Report

    Alexandra Ilyashov | September 17, 2014

    Down Under With Dawn Levy

    As a member of a prominent coat-manufacturing family, Dawn Levy knows her way around a well-constructed jacket. Whether it’s down, fur, or wool, she’s got it covered under her eponymous label and its diffusion line, DL2. The next polar vortex isn’t looking so bad, now is it? BY DENA SILVER Are you a fan of cold

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  • Chic Report

    Paige Reddinger | September 17, 2014

    The Real Deal With The Outnet’s Stephanie Phair

    Net-A-Porter’s offshoot, The Outnet, has quickly grown into a luxury destination for savvy shoppers in its own right. And while Natalie Massenet’s visionary entrepreneurial spirit can be credited for its timely launch, longtime president Stephanie Phair was the one who turned the original vision into gold. We caught up with Phair to see just how

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  • Editor picks

    Dena Silver | September 17, 2014

    Skirting The Issue

    WHAT: The Row Nisha Wool Midi Skirt WHY: Want to fully femme out for fall? Seek out the midi skirt, namely The Row’s gray, wool take on the iconic shape. The sophisticated shape is perfectly paired with a motorcycle jacket and crop top for an edgy-feminine look, or with a frilly Peter Pan collar for the quintessential girly-girl. No

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  • News

    Alexandra Ilyashov | September 17, 2014

    Links of The Daily

    Your morning dose of chic intel has arrived. Read on for today’s Links of The Daily… Milan Preview: Introducing Angelos Bratis Meet the latest young designer to have a show in Milan hosted by Giorgio Armani Cara Delevingne Lands Lead In Film Adaption Of ‘Paper Towns’ By John Green   Her co-star will

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  • Runway

    Paige Reddinger | September 16, 2014

    Christopher Kane Spring 2015

    It was a much more subdued Christopher Kane this season. Maybe it’s that 51 percent stake Kering owns in the brand that’s guiding Kane into a more (dare we say) commercial realm. To wit: An easy pair of drawstring maroon leather pants were paired with a simple matching pale blue, maroon, and white houndstooth patterned

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  • Runway

    Daniel Chivu | September 16, 2014

    Simone Rocha Spring 2015

    In bloom…and very much in love! Those were the key sentiments on the runway chez Simone Rocha. The cheeky tokens of girlish, coquettish affection were trotted out first, including crisp, girlish white eyelet, stiffly scalloped at the hems and decking out the Also on offer: marabou fur-trimmed frocks, the boudoir-ready pieces made a bit quirky thanks to fur-trimmed

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  • Runway

    Paige Reddinger | September 16, 2014

    Tom Ford Spring 2015

    No one does sizzling sex appeal to the nth degree while somehow maintaining a sense of sophisticated luxury like Tom Ford. The man knows how to electrify a runway, and this season it was all about legs, legs, legs! Ultra short minis and high slits revealed the models’ endless stems in sheer ’80s style hosiery,

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  • Chic Report

    Eddie Roche | September 16, 2014

    Where Did Richie Rich Go?

    One of the unexpected sightings during NYFW was Richie Rich, who we haven’t spotted out in ages. Where did the former Heatherette co-founder, whose shows were walked by the likes of Ellen DeGeneres, Naomi Campbell, and Anna Nicole Smith, go? A more subdued Rich fills us in on what he’s been up to lately, how he’s

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  • Chic Report

    Eddie Roche | September 16, 2014

    What’s Driving You Nuts, Chicsters?

    Need to get something off your chest? Of course you do, so we had to ask…What’s driving you nuts? ELLE’s Anne Slowey: What doesn’t drive me nuts? I’ve been sleep deprived for 3 years. I’m actually really happy these days. I wish I could still go to the afterparties. My last big blowout was the

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  • Chic Report

    Paige Reddinger | September 16, 2014

    Ryan Raftery On Being Anna Wintour

    A lot has been said about Anna Wintour, and Ryan Raftery has added to the noise with a hilarious one-man show titled Ryan Raftery is the Most Powerful Woman in Fashion. In it, he plays the Vogue editor on the day the Kimye cover is released. Raftery retools popular music with lyrics of fret, world domination, and horrible trolls

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  • Runway

    Alexandra Ilyashov | September 16, 2014

    Peter Pilotto Spring 2015

    Psychedelic chic! A trippy mashup of patterns, metallic layerings, and whimsical, swooping appliques ruled Peter Pilotto‘s minidress-driven runway for Spring. Lots of noir provided a proper base for the poppy, funky embellishments, which lent plenty of texture and visual stimuli, thanks to the acid bright color palette. Pilotto and Christopher De Vos also whipped up draped midi dresses,

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  • Models

    Paige Reddinger | September 16, 2014

    Chic Spree: REVOLVE Clothing

    Top mods Chanel Iman and Barbara Palvin are the new faces of REVOLVE’s Fall ’14 campaign, appearing in the e-tailer’s new fall catalog, “The A to Z Guide for Going Back to Cool.” Shop the brand’s killer model-off-duty style with edgy pieces like an oversize faux shag coat from Tularosa, a boho hat from Lovely Bird,

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  • News

    Alexandra Ilyashov | September 16, 2014

    Town & Country Travel Celebrates Its Return At The Plaza’s Palm Court

    Last night, the return of Town & Country Travel, the jetsetting offshoot of T&C, got a proper welcome-back-to-the-newsstand party at The Plaza’s rebooted Palm Court. T&C‘s editor-in-chief, Jay Fielden, toasted the redux of the globetrotting title, which was around from 2003 to 2008, with the title’s travel editor at large (and former Conde Nast Traveler EIC) Klara Glowczewska and chef Geoffrey Zakarian, who recently took over the iconic Palm Court.

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  • Runway

    Daniel Chivu | September 16, 2014

    Thomas Tait Spring 2015

    Satin separates in black and midnight blue opened up Thomas Tait‘s Spring show, languidly moving with the mods, with a shoulder or two suggestively bare. Linings in lemon yellow added some quirk to the equation, and foreshadowed the wilder pieces to come. A pair of high-shine bubblegum pink trou paired with a sheer, striped blue top

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  • Chic Report

    Dena Silver | September 16, 2014

    Catching Up With Phillip Lim At His New Boutique

    Noho’s got a brand new shopping destination, and we have a feeling that the neighbors will be rather happy with Phillip Lim‘s new addition to the ‘hood. Located at 48 Great Jones Street, right next to haute dining spots Acme and Lafayette, Lim’s bringing his streamlined aesthetic and covetable accessories, all housed in a sleek, white

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  • News

    Dena Silver | September 16, 2014

    Jay Godfrey’s Gift To Women

    With a little nip here and a strategically placed seam there, designer Jay Godfrey is perfecting the art of dressing women in a feminine, flattering manner. Other reasons to love Godfrey: his tailoring obsession and fascination with Savile Row. BY DENA SILVER What’s your brand signature? A love for tailoring and an infatuation with Savile Row!

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