2009 October 5
Links of The Daily
(NEW YORK) Gender Blending: A New Creative Force [NY Times]
For summer 2010, forget the polarizes masculine/feminine elements--hybridization is key
A Controversial Debut for Lohan in Paris [NY Times]
"Ms. Lohan’s arrival at a 45-year-old Paris house known for $1,500 dresses and a tradition of couture craftsmanship [is] something akin to a McDonald’s fry cook taking the reins of a three-star Michelin restaurant"
Margiela Sans Margiela [Vogue UK]
Renzo Rosso on the Maison: "Martin has not been there for a long time. He is here but not here. We have a new fresh design team on board. We are focusing on young, realistic energy for the future; this is really Margiela for the year 2015."
New nail designs debuting on fashion runways [LA Times]
Who knew nails could be "decontructed?" The new "it" accessory is at the tips of your fingers
Stella McCartney: 'Fashion people are pretty heartless' [Guardian UK]
Stella McCartney: ""I was brought up to understand that we are all here on planet earth together. The idea of taking responsibility for what we take out of the earth . . . it's not something we sat down and had lessons in; as a way of thinking it came quite naturally."
Isaac Mizrahi has been narrating the children's story Peter and the Wolf at The Guggenheim Museum for the last seven years, but this year the designer has been tapped to oversee the...
More shakeups chez Hearst: Harper’s Bazaar executive editor Kimberly Cutter is parting ways with the magazine. Cutter has been with Bazaar for one year, and is bidding adieu to spend...
L'Officiel is adding a new talent to the upper rungs of its masthead. The French glossy has tapped Frédérique Dedet as editor-in-chief at the title. Dedet joins the magazine from...