2009 July 14
(NEW YORK) Steven Klein’s Bridgehampton home has hosted the likes of Madonna and Gwyneth, but this Saturday it will welcome a veritable chic-set invasion, all for a good cause. The photographer will open his home to the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America (ACRIA) for the organization’s Cocktails at Sunset benefit, hosted by Calvin Klein Collection and Vanity Fair. With a silent auction of work by artists like Jeff Koons, Julian Schnabel, and Ross Bleckner (while top donors will receive a special gift bag including a limited-edition Steven Klein print gratis), guests will be able to peruse the artsy array, nosh on lobster rolls, and explore Klein’s gorgeous horse farm estate. Committee members Andre Balazs, Sandy Brant and Ingrid Sischy, Francisco Costa, Aerin Lauder, Craig McDean, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, Andrew Saffir, Bruce Weber, and Italo Zucchelli will be holding down the fort along with Klein for what is sure to be one to remember.
Mary Katrantzou For Adidas [Vogue UK] The designer is bringing her wild prints to the sneaker label for a long-term partnership...Vanessa Friedman Is Moving Into Some Big Shoes At ...
Fresh on the heels of its announcement that Roland Mouret would be designing a 25-piece collection for the brand, Banana Republic has brought on another household name designer, but...
The Victoria's Secret show is crossing the pond. The 2014 show will be hosted in London this year instead of New York. Supermodels Candice Swanepoel and Adriana Lima made the announcement...