2009 November 12
Links of The Daily
(NEW YORK) It Was No Walk in the Park [NY Times]
Miss J Alexander teaches Cathy Horyn how to runway walk; "There was a reason our mothers nagged us about standing up straight. We don’t see what others see"
Beauties' new mouthpieces [Page Six]
A new gig for Lorenzo Martone and former Elite marketing director Ryan Brown: launching ARC NY, a boutique talent PR agency for models
Estethica Advice [Vogue UK]
Put these names on your radar: Ada Zanditon, Christopher Raeburn, Goodone, Minna, Nina Dolcetti and The North Circular have been selected for the BFC's new Eco Fashion Mentor Program
Audrey's Frocks, Another Pop-Up [On The Runway]
Cathy on the pop-up phenomenon: "Well. I’m waiting for Bergdorf to announce that it will open a pop-up store, on the corner of 57th Street and Fifth…"
Picking Apart Bamboo Couture [WSJ]
How eco-friendly is bamboo really? "The bamboo used in textiles has to be heavily manipulated to go from stem to store. To create fabric, it's chopped up and dissolved in toxic solvents—the same process that recycles wood scraps into viscose or rayon. Indeed, bamboo fabric technically is rayon"
Hermès: For a house synonymous with luxury, it makes sense that its ready-to-wear collection should look unmistakably rich in a completely understated and sophisticated way. When ...
Ready for another installment of “The Assistant Files”? Of course you are! This week, The Daily ventured to the offices of Redbook, where Hannah Hickok has been assisting editor...
Prized for her discretion, on-demand makeup artist Tina Bech Lipman’s roster of private clients reads like the guest list at the Vanity Fair Oscar party. Without giving too much ...