Harperâ€™s Bazaarâ€™s new executive editor, Stephen Mooallem, formerly of Interview, might not be the most quotable or quirky editor in fashion, but he definitely gets the job done.
BY ALEXANDRA ILYASHOV
To usher in their first year as members of the CFDA, a group of newbies flocked to Lisa Perryâ€™s exquisitely decorated penthouse last night with a celebratory intent. The incoming class roster rings in at 32 members, a generous portion of whom were on hand to ogle artwork lining the walls, including pieces from Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Jeff Koons.
You don’t walk through life as Valentino’s main man without a story to tell! Today the autobiography of Giancarlo Giammetti is released, which tracks his life “defined by his lifelong friendship” with the designer and “the glamorous life they created along the way,” according to the press release. We’ll say. Giammetti’s walked barefoot with Jackie O, taught Madonna how to ski, and had dinners with Andy Warhol.
Gramercy Park Hotelâ€™s general manager Dan Entenberg dishes on the in-demand nuptials venue!
What makes the hotel a wedding hautespot?
Our rooftop terrace makes guests feel like theyâ€™re walking into an enchanted secret garden in the middle of New York City. Plus, weâ€™ve got a million dollars worth of art up there by Damien Hirst, Richard Prince, George Condo, and Andy Warhol.
WHAT: Bugaboo Cameleon3 Limited Edition Andy Warhol Stroller
WHY: Can’t find any stylish baby mobiles? Don’t bug out! Bugaboo has your baby covered with their new limited edition collection of strollers outfitted with various Andy Warhol prints like his “Cars” series (pictured above) and “Flowers” series. Now your baby can keep it cool and roll around in style with this hautely-hip set of wheels.
Courtney Love made quite the fashion statement in vintage Mrs. Roper last night at Interview mag’s opening of “Lost Then Found” in the MePa. Court joined Ally Hilfiger, Tom English, Jeisa Chiminazzo, Serena Guen, and Hester Sunshine in viewing never-before-seen portraits of Andy Warhol by Steve Wood.
WHAT: Andy Warhol Sleeveless Tunic
WHY: Where UNIQLO and Andy Warhol cross paths, a collection of the “Mmm Mmm Good”-worthy moniker emerges. In 1962, Warhol took the Campbell’s soup can and integrated it into a series of pop art silkscreens, experimenting with negative-reversed color schemes. Now you, too, can express yourself with this tunic. As the Campbell’s folks like to say, it’s amazing what soup can do, non?…AVAILABLE: $19.90, UNIQLO.com…