2010 September 3

Game Time

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Jonathan Adler Backgammon Set Jonathan Adler Backgammon Set
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While we're waiting for shows next week (because let's be honest, there will be a lot of waiting), we'd love to see this fun game backstage: Jonathan Adler's needlepoint backgammon set. A little kitsch, the white acrylic tray and corresponding game pieces are a moveable treat fit for supermodels' laps or the sand in Palm Beach. Note: competition is only encouraged after a complete reading of chic in your Daily! THE DETAILS: Jonathan Adler backgammon set, $295


2010 September 3

Bathing with Jeff Koons

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Your towels looking a little threadbare after a summer on the eastern shore? Fret not. Jeff Koons, of inflatable metallic balloon sculpture acclaim, lets us take a little piece of his art home to our bathrooms. In collaboration with Target and the Art Production Fund, Koons and several other artists create everyday items with artistic flair. In true form, he juxtaposes vintage prints of horse drawn carriages with the mug of an inflatable monkey. THE DETAILS: Jeff Koons Towel, $95


2010 September 3

How Do You Like Them Apples?

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Roy Lichtenstein for Borbonese Roy Lichtenstein for Borbonese
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Attention, pop art lovers! Italian fashion house Borbonese has collaborated with The Foundation of Pop Artist Roy Lichtenstein to create a line of limited-edition bags printed with the late artist's work. From the Two Apples tote to bags showing his cartoonish red horseman or a bright yellow swipe of paint (click gallery for Chic's top picks), if you're looking to add a splash of color to your Fash-week wardrobe, this is it, darlings!



2010 September 3

The Return of the Factory?

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Andy Warhol has been dead over 20 years, but one designer is looking to bring his famed Factory back for Fashion Week. Prince Peter, purveyor of rocker-hipster tees worn featuring Mick Rock photos and worn by the likes of Rihanna, Olivier Zahm, Jamie Burke, and Irina Lazareanu (and yes, he really calls himself Prince) is unveiling his Spring 2011 collection in a private downtown Manhattan loft that's meant to recreate the famed playground of Warhol, Baby Jane Holzer, and Edie Sedgwick. Expect performances by Bebe Buell and Natalia Kills---and at least one shocking white wig...


2010 September 3

Quote of The Daily: Marc Defends his Key Rings

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"As long as we do things with integrity and believe in them and are passionate, I don’t think we’ve sold out. Whether it’s an $11 flip-flop or a $2 key ring or a $2,000 dress, they’re all done with integrity. They’re all done with a design sense. As long as the creativity exists, then I don’t think it’s a sellout. A sellout is putting your name on any piece of crap and then expecting people to buy it because it’s got your name on it. That’s what a sellout is to me." ---Marc Jacobs to Robert Duffy, in Interview


2010 September 2

Child's Play

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British brand Dunhill calls this game, "Stainless Steel Topple Bricks" but we are instantly reminded of the classic party pleaser, Jenga. However, this set is a bit of an upgrade and much chicer than the original wooden blocks, non

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